Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 22, 1965 · Page 7
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Prayers and Meditation DIAL 662-8080 CreendHirg (Ind.) Daily Mews, Friday, ~i PACE 9 All Weekly Church News Must Be Mailed to Arrive At the Daily News Office Not Later Than Noon Thursday . GREENSBURG PILGRIM HOLINESS— 0. W. Willis, pastor. Wendell Gookins, superintend ent. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. 7—Young people's service. Wednesday, 7:30—Prayer serv ice. ZION METHODIST— William Whitehall, pastor. William Colson, Sunday schoo superintendent. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Worship services. Wednesday, 7 — Bible stud; and prayer group. "Acts of thi Apostles." Friday, 7:30 — Family nigh halloween party. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE John Thompson, pastor. Vic HartweU, Sunday schoo superintendent. Sunday school — 9:30. Morning worship — 10:30. Juniors — 7. NYPS - 7. Evangelistic service — 7:30. Revival services each night a 7:30 with Rev. Orville Firestone evangelist. Special music: Sex ton Trio. HOLY TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN— Donald E. Levenhagen, pastor Robert Stutz, Sunday school superintendent. Worship—8:30. Sunday school—9:45. 3-7:30—"Mission Fair" at Co lumbus. Monday, 8 — Sunday school teachers' meeting. Wednesday, (5:30 — S u nd a y school Halloween party. Saturday, 8:30—Junior confirmation. CLARKSBURG CHRISTIAN- John Smith, minister. Zack Bowman, superintendent Rodella Speer, organist. June Deiwert, pianist. Beverly Noah, song leader. Bible school — 9:30. Morning worship — 10:oU Vocal duet: John and Mary Smith. Youth meeting — 6:45. Evening worship — 7:-sU Special music: Rudy Sampson accordian solo. Vicky. Powers ^Wednesday, 7:30 - Bible study. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETYSubject: "Probation After Death." Golden text: II Corinthians 5:17. "If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold all things are become new." Responsive reading: John 5:19-26. Morning service—10:45. Sunday school—9:30. Reading room open each Wednesday from 2 to 4. SANDCREEK BAPTIST— R. E. Davidson, interim pastor. Gale Fleetwood, Sunday school superintendent. Ruth Schilling, organist. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. "The Seven Great Promises." 7:30—Evening service, "The Turnpike of Life." Tuesday evening—Fellowship supper and guest missionary. Wednesday, 7:30—Bible study and prayer service. NEW POINT CHRISTIAN— John Baynes, minister. Boyd Hacker, Sunday school superintendent. Ercil Williams, pianist. Joyce Holtkamp, organist. 9:30—Bible school. 10:30—Morning worship. 6:30—Youth hour. 7:30—Evening worship. Monday through Friday at 8 —Morning devotions for New Point youth on their way to school. Tuesday. 7—Harmony Builders class meeting. Wednesday, 7—Junior choir practice. 7:30—Friendly Circle Class meeting. Thursday. 7:30—Bible stdy. 8:30—Adult choir practice. KINGSTON UNITED PRESBYTERIAN— Stan Ray, minister. Russell Fussrier, clerk of session. Mrs. Bernice Throp. organist. Edward Parker, superintendent. 9:30—Worship. Sermon: "Living Epistles." 10:30—Church school. 7_United Parish Youth at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hash. Sandy Hash, leader. Oct. 30, 7—Parish masquerade Halloween party at Springhill. , Compliments Of The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Ask for It Either Way COCA COLA OR COKE Union Bank & Trust Co. A Modern Bank COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Greensburg, Indiana' Huntington's Jewelry GIFTS YOU GIVE WITH PRIDE See Lee's "Hi-Folks" Every Saturday North Side Square Phone 662-7932 OLIGER-PEARSON 'funeral ffome 24-Hour Ambulance Service, Oxygen Equipped 232 North Franklin — Dial 662-8573 McCoy & Douglas, Inc. Since 1930 BUICKS . . . OLDS . . . PONTIACS "The Pick of the Field" Repair Work — All Makes Greensburg Milling, Inc. Master Mix Quality Feeds West Main St. Phone 662-6641 W. C. Pulse Lumber & Hardware Co. Everything in Building Materials Meadow Gold Dairy Products Meadow Gold Is Mighty Good 935 East Main St. Phone 662-6401 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 SAVINGS &IOAN ASSOCIATION OF 212 North Franklin St. Phone 662-5601 COMPLIMENTS OF Westport Branch Union Bank & Trust Co. A Complete Banking Service LOW PRICES PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS 736 WEST MAIN Bill's Furniture NEW, USED FURNITURE, APPLIANCES East-Side Square Where A Dollar Buys A Dollar's Worth Eversole Radio & TV COMPLETE TV SALES, SERVICE 810 East Main Phone 662-1252 COLOR AND BLACK 'N' WHITE The Cock Can Teach Us A Lesson When a new day dawns the cock announces it with a lusty crow. No lagging, slothful bird, the cock. He calls his mates to awaken and enjoy each new day. The human family can take a lesson from him. We can, if we will, meet each day with a song or shout in our hearts and defy the things which seem a drudgery. There are aids which give the kind of spirit needed to meet each dawn with a lilt. Attendance at the church of one's liking is such an aid. It assists in putting most people in the right frame of mind and spirit for meeting each day. For one thing, church attendance helps dispel resentments — great drawbacks to meeting the day in the proper spirit. Learn to use the Church as a source for joyful living. It is well worth your trial. ST. PAUL E. U. B. — Bill Waugh, minister. Sunday School—9:30. Morning worship—10:30. ADAMS METHODIST— S. E. Morgan, minister. 9:30—Worship service. 10:15—Church school. ST. PAUL METHODISTS. E. Morgan, minister. 9:30—Church school. 10:35—Worship service. FOREST HILL PRESBYTERIAN— Herb Wasson, lay minister. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. CLARKSBURG METHODIST — J. M. Austin, pastor. Miss Mary Lewis, superintendent. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:45 — Morning worship. ST. PAUL CHRISTIAN— Daniel Kapornyai, Minister. Sunday school — 9:30. Worship service — 10:30. Sermon: "Who Are The Peacemakers." District 10 Convention at larthage. .IBERTY BAPTIST- Harry F. Cooke, pastor. 9:30 — Church school. Gayle loombs, superintendent. Donald Whipple, song leader. Sermon- ette. 10:30-— Worship. Organ pre- ude, Virginia Robbins. Song eader, Melodi Parker. Processional, choir. Special music, emple choir, "Like A Mighty Sea." Sermon theme, Christian Convictions. The junior department of the church school will sponsor a Halloween party on Friday evening in the education room. All children of the church and community are invited. LETTS METHODIST— A. T. Atkins, pastor. Glenn Hodson, sperintendent. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. Mrs. Glenn Hodson, organist. fr-M. Y. F. 7—Evening service. MDLFORD METHODIST— Leonard Bucy, pastor. Gilbert Fortner, superintendent. Mildred Hime, pianist. 9:30 — Worship. 10 — Sunday school. 6 — Youth Bible study. 7 — Worship. MT. PLEASANT METHODIST— William Whitehall, minister. William A. Davis, superintendent. Hazel Wonn, pianist. 9:15—Worship. 10:15 — Sunday school. 5—M. Y. F. senior high at Greensburg Methodist. COMMUNITY FREE METHODIST— R. N. Ewer, pastor. Sunday school — 9:30. Aaron Hamon, superintendent. Linda Jackson, pianist. Morning worship — 10:30. Evening worship — 7:30. Wednesday, 7:30 — Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30-8:45 — C.Y.C. SANDUSKY METHODIST— J. M. Austin, pastor. George Chadwell, superintendent. Mrs. Lillian Johnston, organist. Mrs. C. Arthur Smith, choir director. 9:30 — Morning worship. 10:30 — Sunday school. Friday, Oct. 22 through Oct. 31, at 7:30 — Revival services with J. M. Austin, speaker. UNION BAPTIST James Kautz, pastor. Richard Beatty, superintendent. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Morning worship. No evening services. NEW POINT BAPTIST— Frank Bradburn, pastor. Cecil Vire, superintendent. Billie Morton, pianist. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. 6:30—Training union. 7:30—Evening worship. Wednesday, 7:30—Prayer and Bible study. Monday, Oct. 25 to 31—Revival with Rev. Jack Frost, evangelist. Special singing each evening. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD— 0. M. Rayborn, pastor. Freeman England, superintendent. Barbara England, pianist. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Morning worship. Rev. Baldwin, speaker. 7 — Evangelistic service. Saturday, Oct. 23, 7 — Missionary service with Rev. Baldwin showing films on his trip to and his work in Honduras, Latin America. Wednesday, 7 — Midweek prayer and praise. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN (Smyrna)— Donald Schambow, pastor. Arthur Fischmer, superintendent. Janet Fischmer, organist. 9 •— Morning worship. 10 — Sunday school. Wednesday, 1:30 — L. C. W. meeting. 7:30 — Junior choir rehearsal. 8 — Senior choir rehearsal. Saturday, 9 — Catechism, at Cross Roads. J. H. Porter & Sons Funeral Home 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF Clarksburg Branch Union Bank & Trust Co. Clarksburg, Indiana Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-Op GREENSBURG CLARKSBURG LETTS .Bass Funeral Home AMBULANCE, OXYGEN EQUIPPED Phone Westport 591-2571 Decatur County National Bank YOU ARE IMPORTANT TO US WEST SIDE SQUARE COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS Greensburg Building & Loan Assoc. South Side Square INSURED SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS The Handy Man's Store Wholesale and Retail • Plumbing • Electrical • Heating • Cabinets • Paints • Hardware WESTPORT, IND. PHONE 591-5211 F.W.McHenry Standard Oil Agent )You expect more from Standard and you get it. Phone 662-4351 Wooden-Thompson LUMBER CO., Inc. Builders and Outfitters for Farm and Home Metal-Clad Hog Houses—Roofing—Siding WESTPORT—PHONE 591-3131 D-X MOTOR SERVICE Federal Land Bank Association FARM LOANS WILLIAM F. SMITH, Manager ,. Room 3, Murphy Building DOC & SON'S FOR TOP QUALITY Late-Model Cars • Compare Prices • Compare Merchandise We Will Not Be Undersold! SUPER MOTORS, Inc. • DODGE CARS AND TRUCKS • DEPENDABLE USED CARS Complete Service On All Makes 727 WEST MAIN PHONE 662-8283 BOB'S 1-STOP SERVICE 1-74, New Point-Rossburg Interchange. • Restaurant • Bunk Room • Tires • Batteries • Gas OPEN 24 HOURS, 7 DAYS A WEEK Shirk's Tree City Supply • Minneapolis-Moline • Delaval • Kewanee • International Trucks and Equipment 926 NORTH LINCOLN PHONE 662-5565 Black Brothers JOHN R. R. 3, Phone 663-4777 BILL R. R. 3, Phone 662-8974 New Homes for Sale Visit Beautiful Hillcrest Addition JOE DANCE OIL CO. JUNCTION 3 AND 46 Restaurant Discount House : Gas For Less LOWE'S Pellets & Grain, Inc. 1V4 Miles West On 3 and 46 and Sandusky Phillips Petroleum Co. (Formerly Reynolds Gas) Philgas Distributor OSGOOD, IND. • FURNACES • SPACE HEATERS • APPLIANCES BURNEY METHODIST— A. I. Atkins, pastor. Bob Ward, superintendent. Edwin Jackson, song leader. Vey Hitchcock, organist. 9:30—Worship. . 10:30—Sunday school. Tuesday, 7—Bible study. Thursday, 6-U. N. I. C .E. F. party sponsored by Baptist and Methodists. All children of community invited. Saturday," Oct. 30, 5-8—Smorgasbord in school cafeteria. MT. MORIAH BAPTIST— Charles M. Ferguson, pastor. Harold Lane, superintendent. Sunday school—9:30. Morning worship—10:30. Miss Linda Lacey and Mrs. Gale Gordon, organists. Mrs. Harold Lane choir director. Senior choir: "Man of Galilee." Message by Rev. Ferguson. Evening service dismissed to attend missionary program at Clowes Hall, Indianapolis, at 7:30. Wednesday, 12:30 — Salad luncheon in Church Annex, sponsored by women's organization. For the program Mrs. Walter B. Lowe will give a book review and Mrs. Nettie VanArsdall will sing a solo. SPRINGHILL UNITED PRESBYTERIAN— Stan Ray, minister. Donald Martin, clerk of session. Mrs. Evelyn Harding, organist. Sheldon Alverson, superintendent. 10—Church school. 11—Worship. Sermon: "Living Epistles." Congregational meeting to elect member-at-large to nominating committee. 7—United Parish Youth at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hash. Sandy Hash, leader. Annual thank offering service of last Sunday netted $319.45, plus three junior honorary memberships, one honorary membership and one memorial scholarship, besides a large assortment of clothing for Kentucky Mountain Missions. Oct. 30, 7—Parish masquerade Halloween party. BURNEY BAPTIST— —Paul Er-ScnreibEr, 'pastor. Gordon Alexander, Sunday school superintendent. Norma Louden, Sunday school pianist. Beaulah Cook, church pianist. Reba Workman, organist. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Morning worship. No evening worship at church. Group will go to join other Indiana Baptists in World Mission Rally at Clowes Hall on the Butler Campus at Indianapolis. Monday, 7:30 — B. Y. F. Rally at Union Baptist Church. Wednesday, 3:15 — Discipleship classes for young people. Thursday, 6:30 — Children of community will meet at the Methodist church to go out trick-or-treating for U.N.I.C.E.F. Nov. 7-Nov. 14 — Evangelistic ;ervices will be held. FIRST BAPTIST— Jossph King, minister. Fred Prescott, choir director. Mrs. Darrell Rhodes and Miss Joretta Robbins, pianists. 7:45 — Early morning worship, .aymen's .Sunday will be observed. George Granholt and Dale Harrison will be the speak- TS. 9:15 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Morning worship. John Davidson and Leonard Comingore will be the speakers in observance of Laymen's Sunday. 6:30 — Senior high fellowship. Monday, 7:30 — BYF Rally at Adams church. 7:30 — Business and Professional Circle will meet. Wednesday, 7 — Prayer meeting. 8 — Choir rehearsal. Thursday, 3:30 — Cub Scouts. 7:30 — Boy Scouts. 7:30 — Fellowship meeting of all circles. I'IRST CHURCH OF GOD— Robert L. Browning, pastor. Cecil Williams, chairman of oard. Sue Gould, song leader. Dixie Semon, organist. Nellie Henderson, pianist. 9:30 — Sunday school. Shel Trick, superintendent and youth eader. Rosemarie Pavy, assist- mt. 10:30—Morning worship. H. ,ee Murrell, evangelist. Chancel' hoir anthem: "God So Loved he World." 7—Closing revival service with [. Lee Murrell speaking. Friday-Saturday, Oct. 22-23, 7 —Revival services. Tuesday, 7—Pizza party at the iome of Shel Trick. (Continued on Page Ten) . _)

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