Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 22, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Friday, October 22, 1965
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Week's Church Notes (Continued from Page Nine) Wednesday, 6:30 — Chancel choir rehearsal. 7:15—Prayer meeting and Bi ble study. Saturday — Anderson College homecoming. BETHEL APOSTOLIC— Alfred Asarisi, pastor. Jack Liford, youth leader. Karen Castor, organist. Jo Ann Kress, pianist. Gene Coy, superintendent. 8:30 — Radio broadcast. 9:30 — Sunday school. Lesson: '«A Mighty Ministry." Scripture setting: Mark 1:14-34. Remember: "Come ye after me, and I will make you the become fishers of men." Mark 1:17. 6:30 — Choir practice. 7:30 — Evangelistic service. Tuesday, 7 — Prayer service and Bible study. Thursday, 6:30 — Youth choir practice. 7:30—Young people's service. STAR BAPTIST— Charles Cantrell, pastor. •Sunday school — 9:30. Stanley jLemmons, superintendent. Carl :and Mildred Dietrich, orchestra 'leaders. ; Morning worship—10:40. Mrs. iDon Hayes, choir director. Mrs. "Wilmer Platt, pianist. Mrs. Raymond Clapp, organist. . 7:30—Evening worship. Social afterwards and farewell for Mr. ;iand Mrs. Marvin Kersey and Marlene. Saturday — Willing Workers class will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hayes for •wiener roast. Tuesday, 7:30—Choir practice. Wednesday, 7:30—Bible study and prayer service. Friday, Oct. 29— Pitchin supper and family night for entire church. Howard Houston, missionary to the Philippines, will be the speaker. GREENSBURG METHODIST— Alda I. Carter, minister. 9:30—Church school. Richard Welch, superintendent. 10:30—Worship service. Laymen's Day will be observed. James Maple will preside and Michael Hancock and Walter Weiss will speak. A men's chorus will sing. Mrs. Ruth Kutchback, organist. 5—Junior high M. Y. F. 5—High school M. Y. F. Tuesday, 1:30—Hannah Circle meeting at the home of Mrs. Mabel Samuels. 1:30—Martha Circle meeting at the home of Mrs. James Miller. 2—Lydia Circle meeting at the home of Miss Marguerite Tillson. 2—Miriam Circle meeting at the home of Mrs. Orris Elder. Wednesday, 4 — Junior high choir rehearsal. 6—Family night dinner. Rev. Russell Kemmerer, former major league baseball pitcher, will be the speaker. 8— Chancel choir rehearsal. Thursday, 9—First session of the W. S. C. S. study course. 7— Boy Scout meeting. Friday, 3:30—Children's choir rehearsal. FIRST CHRISTIAN— Gordon E. Masters, minister. Donald Wilson, superintendent. Mrs. Don Buell, choir director. Mary Louise Beggs, organist. Linda Wickersham,"pianist. 9:20—Bible school. 10:30—Morning worship. Offertory: "What a Friend," organ and piano. Anthem: "My God and I." Sermon: "Survival Kit." Judith Ann Webster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Webster, will dedicated in the morning worship. 2—District convention at Carthage for youth and adults. 7—The Golden Rule class will meet in the social room. Tuesday, 9 a. m.—County ministers will have their monthly meeting and coffee and rolls will be served. 3:30—Cub Scout Den 1. 3:45—Cub Scout Den 3 at 8 Meadow Court. 4 — Girl Scout Troop 188.. 7:30—The Christian Women's Fellowship will meet in the Sunday school assembly room. Mrs. Walter Lowe will review Dag Hammarskjold's book, "Markings," as the program. Refreshments will be served by the Evening Circle. \ Wednesday, 2 — The Loyal Daughters will have their class meeting in the social room. 3:30 —Girl Scout Troop 61. 3:45—Cub Scout Den 4. 7:30—Choir rehearsal. Thursday, 6:30—Boy Scouts. Friday, 4 — Girl Scout Troop 207. 7—Halloween party for the Primary Department. Wear costume. Parents invited. Saturday, 7-9-Girl Scout Troop 61 Halloween party. MT. AERIE BAPTIST— Cleon Lipp, pastor. Norman Weston, church school superintendent. Mrs. Robert Owens, organist. Mrs. Cleon Lipp, choir director. 9:30—Church school. 10:30—Morning worship. Sermon: "On a Certain Lord's Day." 6:45—Baptist evening fellowship. Discussion groups for all ages. 7:30 — Evening worship. Sermon: "The Great Confession." 7:30 — Ten church members attending missionary rally at Clowes Hall, Indianapolis. Tuesday, 1 — loleta 'Mission Circle at the home of Marie Richards. Wednesday, 6:30 — Choir practice. 7:30 — Prayer service and Bible study. Thursday, 6-8 — Community U.N.I.C.E.F. Halloween party at this church. Saturday, Oct. 31, 1:30 — Junior choir practice. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN— Rex E. Wentzel, pastor. Mrs. Lee Weisner, superintendent. Mrs. John Goddard and Miss Cindy Conwell, organists. Steve Marrs, choir director. 9:30—Church school. 10:30 — Morning worship. A nursery is provided for preschool children. 6:30 — Tuxis will meet at the church. Monday, 7 — Boy Scout Troop 71 will meet in Fellowship Hall. Tuesday, 4:15 — Girl Scout Cadette Troop 192 will meet. 7:30 — Circles Three and Four will have a joint meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Beeson. Wednesday, 6:30 — The junior choir will rehearse. 7:30 — Adult choir rehearsal. Thursday, 3:45 — Girl Scout Troop 34. 4 — Girt Scout Troop 93. Now You Know Four oceans are recognized as "major" bodies of water by geographers and mapmakers — the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian and Arctic oceans, according to the World Almanac. PAGE 10 >--..>•<•_ ••-;... '< ; ,3,-,-j, ; "£.'* : 3£'; i* r «*i ; f **Pi* FrWiy, Oct. 22,1965 Would-Be Bank Robber Fails Twice MICHIGAN OTTY, Ind. (UPI) —A would-be bank robber failed twice Thursday. Once when he attempted to rob a bank from its drive-in window and again after he entered the building. Authorities said they arrested Nelson Gosa, 31, Michigan City, a former patient at Norman Beatty Memorial Hospital, moments after an alert teller at the southside branch of the Citizens' Bank turned in an alarm. They said Gosa drove up to the bank's outdoor window and told teller Joyce Lisecki to fill his envelope with $5, $10 and $50 bills. Miss Lisecki told police she had trouble hearing what Gosa said; so the man got out of his car and walked to the front door of the building. The would-be robber entered the bank as Kenneth Porter, the manager, followed him through the door. Less than a minute later, two police officers arrived and placed Gosa under arrest. Authorities said the officers had been in a patrol car about two blocks from the bank when the alarm was sounded. They said Gosa was unarmed. For Personals — 663-3111. Pictures of Russia At Springhill Church A public event for all interested citizens of the community will be held at 8 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 23, in the Springhill Presbyterian Church. Dr. Irwin Lanning, local veterinarian, will show pictures taken on his recent trip to the Soviet Union, with descriptive narration. The Rev. Stan Ray, pastor of the church, will preside. Fit of Tempe^T PITTSBURGH (UPI) Frank Gaworeckie readily admitted to FBI agerite that he tore up his draft card, but not because of any objections to U. S. policy in Viet Nam. GaworecM, 24, said lie destroyed the card in a fit of temper after the Army rejected him when he attempted to enlist. He was fined $10 on a.dis- orderly conduct charge*. The U. S. attorney's «ffice said it would decide whether any federal charges woWd be filed. WARNING SIGHS Just as traffic signs held you drive safely, the label otvyour prescription gives you information oh safe dosage. Ffollow these directions carefidjy for best results. The next time you have a prescription to bo filled, rely on our Rexafl Pharmacist because "prescriptions are the heart of our business". Your( )Pharmocis» FREE MAILING AND DELIVERY SERVICE BEESON'S REXALL DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 662-5811 NEW ORLEANS — More than 170 million pounds of shrimp— about one pound per person—are sold in the tr. S. per year. FOOD VALUE ~ ST. 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