Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 27, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 27, 1965
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PAGE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Oct. 27,1965 Married At Fort Sill The marriage of Miss Linda L. Bowling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R. Bowling of Edgewood Acres, and Stephen D. Flint, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Flint of Greensburg, took place at 7 p. m. Oct. 22 in the chapel at Fort Sill, Okla. Wesley V. Geary, protestant chaplain, officiated with the double ring service in a candlelight ceremony. Floral arrangements were white mums. Mrs. Ora Carmichael was organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a floor- length gown of white brocade. The sleeveless sheath featured a scoop neckline with short sleeved bolero top and had a floating back panel. Her illusion veil was held by a pearl and crystal crown. She carried white carnations. Mrs. Donna Flint, matron of honor, wore light blue wool and carnations. Dinah Bowling,' flower girl, was in pink faille and carried red rose petals. Robert Cramer was best man and ushers were Allen Flint, Bill McGehee and Flint Williams. The bride's mother was in powder blue lace with blue accessories and the groom's mother in medium blue wool crepe with black accessories. They had white carnation corsages. A reception followed at Ramada Inn, Lawton, Okla., where decorations were blue candelabra on a table skirted in white with 'blue ribbon. Assisting at the serving table were Miss Nancy Bowling of Greensburg and Miss Jackie Murray of Shelbyville. The couple left for Oklahoma City on a wedding trip the bride traveling in a grey wool knit, empire style, with satin trim and black patent accessories. She is a member of the 1966 Greensburg High School class and the groom graduated in 1961. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Murray and daughter, Jackie, Shelbyville, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Flint, Greensburg and Mrs. Mary Bowling, California. Others were from St. Joseph, Mo., Chicago, Maplewood, N. J., New York, Dayton, 0., McAllen, Tex., Kansas, Fredericksburg, Va., Oklahoma City, Canada and Iowa. Rev. Walter Weber Resigns Pastorate PENNTOWN, Ind.—The Rev. Walter Weber has resigned, effective Jan. 1, as pastor of St. John's Evangelical Church, Penntown, and St. Jacob's Evangelical Church, Blue Creek, both affiliated with the United Church of Christ. He has served the two congregations since 1951. The Rev. Mr. Weber is a former pastor of the First Reformed Church, Rising Sun, and previously served St. John's and St. Jacob's from 1928 to 1931. He has not announced his plans for the future. Coming Events Study Class The Methodist W. S. C. S. Study Class will meet at 9 a. m. Thursday in the church. The topic is "Mission, The Christian Calling." Approaching Wedding Methodist Laymen Hear Dr. Trueblood Approximately 200 persons attended the fall rally for Methodist laymen of the Greensburg District Tuesday evening at Batesville. Principal speaker was Dr. Elton Trueblood, widely known author and lecturer and former professor of philosophy and religion at Earlham College. Dr. Trueblood, who delivered the sermon at funeral rites for former President Herbert Hoover and more recently attended a dinner conference with President Johnson to discuss the spiritual life and decay of the church, spoke Tuesday evening on the subject "Laymen as Ministers in the Church." He identified laymen in the church as the team and the minister as the coach. Approximately 15 persons from Decatur County attended the rally. Jerald Drain, Connersville, district lay leader, presided. The Rev. Harold Criswell, Greensburg District superintendent, welcomed those attending the rally. The marriage of Miss Norma Gilbert and Douglas Rainleaf will take place at 10:30 a. m. Oct. 30 in the Assembly of God Church on Barachel Lane. Friends and relatives are invited. Miss Gilbert, formerly of Greensburg, now resides in Cincinnati and is the daughter of James' 1 '.'Gilbert and Bernice Parker. Minister Will Ride Horse to Baltimore FRANKLIN, Ind. (UPI)—I)r. Siunner L. Martin, 77, a retired Methodist minister and former superintendent of the Indiana Methodist Home here, was one of 12 Methodist preachers chosen to ride horseback to Baltimore for a ceremony || marking the bicentennial Of Methodism next year. Dr. Martin will ride from Greencastle, site of the grave of Bishop Robert Roberts, first Methodist bishop in Indiana, beginning next March 13. He plans to cover about 25 miles a day, arriving in Baltimore in time for the ceremonies April 21-24. Dr. Martin is an ardent horseback rider. He is the oldest in the group of 12 scheduled to ride to Baltimore. A car and trailer driven by the Rev. Robert Chafee, pastor of the Worthington Methodist Chferch. will follow horseman Martin all the way. _ • , j The Social Circle By MART K. EMMERT R. N. Club The R. N. Club had its meeting Tuesday 'night in the conference room of Memorial Hospital. Sixteen attended. Edward .M. Kucinsld, hospital administrator, -spoke. Members are to' bring wrapped toys or wearing apparel for children to the -next meeting. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Marilyn Schilling, Marlene Cochran, Helen Stone and Rosemary Scheidler. x- Witty Wise Club The Witty Wise Club held its! first organizational meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Bertha Studler with eight mem- bers and one guest, Mrs. Helen Parker, present. Officers are: President, ,Mrs. Wayne Cox; vice president, Mrs. Gertrude Kuntz; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Marilyn Cooper. They were installed by Mrs. Parker. The group came in Halloween costume and there were games and refreshments. Milford W. S. C. S. The Milford Methodist W. S. C. S. met Monday night with Mrs. Eula Mae Norris with 11 present. Mrs. Norris -had devotions. "The Simple Things of Life," and Mrs. Helen Morgan sang "There Is Room at the Cross." Mrs. Norris had the lesson on living in the space age. Refreshments were served'in a social period. Prizes went to Mrs. Lillie Gibson and Mrs. Norris. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Gibson. x General Meeting The general meeting of the Christian Women's. Fellowship was held Tuesday night at the church with Mrs. Howard Hornberger, president, in charge. Devotions were by Mrs. Fred Deiwert and Mrs. Robert Murphy led in singing with Mrs. Gordon Masters at the piano. Mrs. •Hornberger introduced Mrs. Walter B. Lowe, who reviewed the book, "Markings," the diary of Dag Hammarskjold. A social period followed with refreshments served by the Evening Circle. x Circles Meeting Circle Four of the Presbyterian Women's Association entertained Circle Three at the home of Mrs. Robert Beeson Tuesday evening with twenty-three present. • • Mrs. Claude Wyant, chairman of Circle Four, presided at the joint ' business session. The prayer for missionaries and the summary of the study of Gala- tions was given by Mrs. Beeson. Mrs. Mary McCoy had the program using as her topic, "Christian Education." Mrs. Henry Forkert assisted the hostess with serving during the social period. x Onward and Upward Mrs. Dorothy Pleak was,hostess for the meeting of the Onward and Upward Club Tuesday night with 11 present. Guests were Mrs. Helen Davis, Mary Lou Davis and Mary A. Gosnell. Devotions were by Mrs. Pleak reading "The Simplest Things." Mrs. Cora Moffett read the verse and the song history was given by Mrs. Thelma Gosnell. Mrs. Jeanette Moffett had the health lesson on proper footwear and Mrs. Vern Hamer the lesson on buying wisely. New officers are: President, Mrs. Hamer; vjce president, Mrs. Naomi Gardner; secretary, Mrs. Moffett; treasurer, Mrs. Pleak. Miss Davis received the door prize. \f Drama Circle Mrs. Irvin Cook was hostess for the meeting of the Drama Circle of the Department Club Tuesday night. For the program, Mrs. Russell Powner reviewed the book, "Stage Struck," the story of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. This book had been presented to the library by the circle. A social period followed with refreshments. x Rebekah Lodge Philo Rebekah Lodge was in session Tuesday night in the hall with Noble Grand Thelma Bostic in charge. A business session was in order, sick reported and Mrs. Marjorie Doggett and Mrs. Naomi Morris reported Rebekah Assembly. Friendship Night will be observed at St. Paul at 7:30 tonight- Members bring small gifts to the next meeting . for a party at the I. 0. 0. F.^ Home. A social period followed.' <*' ~ Priscilla Circle The Priscilla Circle of the Baptist Church held -its meeting ' Tuesday night at the church. "Trust In Jesus" was sung and Mrs. Walter Sparks offered prayer. Mrs. Charles Ryckman conducted the business session with 14 answering roll call. The fall luncheon Nov. 5 in the Christian Church was announced. Baptist World Day of Prayer will be observed at 7:30 p. m. Monday in the church. Each member took part in the program telling something of mission fields throughout the World. A discussion followed. Meeting was closed by Mrs. Ryckman then she and Mrs. Ed-' na Hillman served refreshments. Mrs! Shaw of Anderson was • a guest. FOR HAPPY GOBLINS HOOK' DELICI ALL FACTORY FRESH-BIO ASSORTM HERSHEY'S 5 C BARS "FIRST IN FAVOR AND FLAVOR" • MILK CHOCOLAffBARB' • ALMOND BARS • MR. 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