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00CHUI00CH HEWS CROOKED CREEK CHURCH Roy. C. Elliot Gardner, Praetor Rlohard Oswalt S.S. Supt. SRuday School 10:00 a.m. Thursday night meeting 7:00 Preaching each let and 3rd Sun- day morning and evening. WEBB CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH Roy. T. Edward Giles, Pastor Gene Barr S.S. Superintendent Worship Service every Sunday at O:r a.m. Ohuroh School 10:00 a.m. THORNHOPE PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH Roy. C. O. Cummings, pastor William Hoover, Sr. S.S. Supt. Sunday School at 9:30 Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Youth Meeting 6:45 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Mid.Week Prayer Meeting Wed ueaday at 7:00 m, PISGAH CHURCH Rev. Ronald Lewellen, Minister Fred Wells, Supt. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Church service 10:30 a,m. METHODIST CHURCH Royal Centre, lndiana Chicago and South Street Pastor: Noble Gibson Max Jones S.S. Supt. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Women's Society of Christian Service will meet 3rd Wed,nesday at 1:30 p.m. Wednesdays at 8 a.m. m Men's Coffee cup prayer group at the church basement. "Phrsdays  Choir rehearsal at church at 7.30 p.m. I.Y.F. 6 p.m. every Sunday O LUCERNE ZION METHODIST CHURCH Rev. John Mull, Pastor Donald Nicoll, S.S. Supt. Worship Service every Sunday at 9:00 aJm. Sunday School at 9:50 a.m. --O------------ BELL CENTER CHURCH Located Seven Miles West el Royal Centre on State Road 16. H. Garner, Pastor Sunday Scilool at 9:30 am. Melvin Rogers, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship at 10-30 Evening services for all agbs tgaJn at 6.30. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and choir prac- tice Wednesday 7.30 p.m. Lads Bible Study let Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. ...... u ..... POST ME MORLAL PRESBYTERIAN N  20,0 W R.R. 1, Pastor, Den Blggs Hebert Hanna, SS. Supt. Buildy WorRhlp 9:30 a.m. . Sunday School 10:30 a.m. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH Alva C. Ward, mintstvr; ward Sharer, lay lder; Gesrgs DoWitt, Sunday school suPerllteldsat. Mid-week service and ohoir -e- hearsal Thursday at 7:00. Sun@ay morxting worship at 9:30. A representative of the Gideons will seak @sting this service. Sunday school at 10:25 "Youth Fellowship at 6:00. Evening worship at 7:00. Local conference will meet after the evening service. CENTER PRESIYTERIAN CHURCH Gene Morgan, S.S. SupL Dale Mcgee, Asst. Supt. Carl Polstra, Pastor Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Church worship 10:30 a.m. BAPTIST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Re. David P. St. Clair. Ptor Bible Schoo Supt., Frank Smltk Worship 9: 30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. I Youth Fellowship 6;30 p:m. Jr. to'uth Feliowship 6:30-6:30 Sr. Yottth Fellowship 6:30-8:00 Jr. Woxhip 9310:30 " -- O---------- LUCERNE CHRISTIAN CHURCH done ,ellers, Minister R G. Cre Superintendent Bible School 9:30 Worship Service 10:30 a.m Board meeting 1st Sunday evening at 7:30. Dorcas Circle 2nd. Wednesday afternoo,. Come Join Us Class 3rd. Sunday Jr. C.E. each Friday 3:30 p.m. r. C.E. 4th. Sunday 7:30 p.m. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH Roy. John M. Harris, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 am. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 Thursday evening Prayer meeting i WHITE OAK METHODIST CHURCH Morning Worship II:00 a.m. White Co.; Cuss twp:; 1 mile Wes Headlee, Indiana Pastor: Noble Cbson Wayne Bridge S.S. Supt. Sunday School I):00 a.m. Mornig Worship 11:00 a.m. O-- SHILOH CONG. CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,Roy, C. ElUott Gardner, Pastor Frank Myers, S.S. Supt. Church School 9:30 a.m. Preaching each 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening INDIAN CREEK CHRISTIAN CHURCH LAMPLIGHTERS H D CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. MORPHET Mrs. Donnell Morplet gave the lesson "Citizenship" and showed slides of her trip to V, ashington, D.C., when the Lamplighters H D ciu, b met recently a her home, Mrs. Paul Sheetz led the pledge to tae flag aml the creed.. Mrs. Russell Clary gave the history of the vng of tlv momh "Who Wants to ltay Young" was the devot, ion given by Mrs. Donald Clary. The seremry-treasurer reports were subm, tted by Mrs. Henry Jones and Mrs. Gen Horn, res-- pectlvely. Roll call responses was "'sme- thing nice done for me" and heatlh an,d safety leader Mrs. Walter ,nz's report was "Get Vac- hated." Mrs..Louis Zimmer, president, inrouucod Mrs. Gerald MoClain, county i-I D agent, who announced the Homemakers style how to be held July 5 and 6, Plans were made to entertain another club and committee were appointed. Refreshments were served to 17 members and 2 guests by the host. ess assisted by Mrs. lussell Polly. Mrs. Slentz won the door prize. The next will be March 15 a the home of Mrs. Ru.ssel[ Clary with Mrs. Daniel Wagner assisting. CALEY CHURCH Alv C. Ward, minister; Mary Carlson, lay leader; Dale Baker, Sunday school at 10:00. Morning worship at ii:00. Children's meeting and adult prayer and study Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. WEST UNION METHODIST CHURCH Re. John Mull, Pastor Dick Funk, S.S. Supt. Gale Slater, Asst. Supt. Sharon Sister, S.S. Sec. Shirley Fultz, Asst. S.S. See. Clara Fern Sommers, Pianist Alta Daily, Asst. Pianist Darl Daily, Chorister Sherry Daily, Asst. Chorister Nancy Daily, Cloretta Knebel, Lib- rarians. Moletta Knebel, Alan Daily, Aat. Librarian. uaday School at 9:00 a.m. Worship Service every Sunday at I0:00 a.m P00STO00'S 0000RNER PASTOR JAME H. GARDNER PASTOR OF THE ELL CENTIR CHURCH "Therefore watch, an d reqnem- ber, that by the space of three years I ceased not to war every one night and ,day with tears." Acts 20:31 Paul in writing to the church at Ephesus, that is to the elders or pastorg there told them they had two Jobs to do. One is to feed the flock of God. That is a pastor sh'ould feed his people the word of God from Sunday to Sunday. The Bble says "Preach the Word" not preach about this, that ad the other thing. Then Paul also said the preachers were to "warn the flock of God". If a pastor feeds but does not warn his flock, he is only fattening tlem or the slaughter! If he only warn, s them. they will likely starve to death. I have tried to warn you who are God's sheep of certain dangers from time to time. H you heed the warning or not i*s up to you. But my task. is in part to warn you of dangers to the flock. Sometime ago I attenpted to warn you concerning the d, angers of the World and National Coun- cil of Churches of what I sld, i and I can always back up what I [ say by printed docume.n, a news-- I paper in Mon,ticello has hence- #forth refused to print any longer these articles. I have in my pos- sussion a letter from the pu,blish- l ers stating that the reason they l will no longer print the "Pastor's Corner" is because what I said about the National Council of Churches. But wht I said is the truth! If we cannot prin,t the truth, then the day is not too far away whe we will no be per- mitted to speak the truth. Many of tlose who write books which the NCC recommended are dirty and filthy minded, and' in heart and llfe. Perhaps you re- call the poem I printed by Langs- ton Hughes entitled "Goodbye Christ." Mr. Hughes has 9 books on the NCC reading list. And his is just one of many examples. If the lCC is not in sympathy with Communism, th, en why do they favor aml support writers "whose writings con.tain the Communist lin? And it is no mistake or over- sight. There is too much of this happening. God says "Wherefore come out from among tttem, and be ye separate, salth the Lord." 2 Cor 6:;17 Remember: Good apples never made bad apples 'ood' ROOM. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE Read John 16:7-14 The Spirit also replieth our ih- firmities: .... the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us. Ro- mans 8:26. Jesus said, "Ask, and it shall be given you." We and others, our in- terests and those of others, can properly be the objects of our prayers. Prayer mean, s looking to God in thougltt and with heart and soul. To pray well it is ney also to atlow ourselves to be guided by the Holy Spirit. ,Scripture tells us that the 'Spirit Himself "comes to the aid of our weaknea" . Prayer that is not heartfelt can. not be an expremon of faith and dgenerates in interest an eeet- iveness. Even in prayer mde with faith, we must always rely upoja Jesus' merits, believing that He "pleads our cause." Christians know that he who lives a life of prayer is in direct communio with God, that He speaks mere to us than we speak to Him. PRAYIR: Our Father, we than Thee for Thine infinite goodness every time we prostrate ourselves before the throne of Thy grace. We come to Thee to lnvolk Thy mercy and pardom We ask in the name and for the love of Christ Jesus, our Lord. Amen. THOU(}IiT FOR TI-I DAY We express revermce for God through humblene in His presence. Erioo Caputo, Italian Eitiou (Italy) METHODIST WOMEN CR:GANiZE I R(LE Plans have ,been completed for the organizatio of aR auxiliary Society, to the Women's Society for Christian Service, of the Meth- odist Church. The first meeting of tke ,Circle will be held Tuesday, March 9 at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Delores Mannin,g, assisted by Darlene McKtnney an, ct Betty Beecher. The General Chairman of the Circle will be Mrs. Della MeWher-- ter. The group will meet on the second Tuesday evening of each month. It is thought that evening meetings will be more convenient for the Circle members. Mrs. Allen Boose and Mrs. Tom Halleck of Winamac will ad"dress this first meeting of the group, and will provide the evening's program. These women simultaneously become members of the Women's Society of Christian Service, when they become members of the Cir- cle. This Circle division provides closer fellowship, more intensive study an, d more service activity. Here the purpose and functio of he Society can be interpreted to new members and mission lessons will be studied. Circle programs will supplement those of the Soc- iety. The Circle is a most welcome ad,dition to the working organ.iza-- tion,s of the church. -O ROYAL CENTRE ELEMENTARY P.T.A. PROGRAM 1964.1965 Apr. 12 (Mon)"Pushing Steadily Onward" Music by Grades 5 and 6 Special Speaker, In- REMEMBER THESE BLOODMOBILE DATES Wednesday, April 14Donor Recruitment Knights of Columbus. Friday, May 21. Monday, June 28. JANICE MERSCH HONORED AT BRIDAL SHOWER Miss Janice Mersch, who became the bride of William Scheffer on Saturday, was honored at a mis- cellanous bridal shower given recently by members ofSt. Eliza- beth's Altar Rosary Society at Lu- cerne. Mary lIargaret Scheetz and Agnes Woodlous were hostesses and the bride.elect's chosen colors f bilhteeanudm z of blue and. white preaiied it the table decorations. . Cotest prizes were awarded to winners with duplicates going to the honored guest. Invited guests included. Mrs. Joe Mersch, Mrs. [innie Scheffer, Agnes 'Woodhouse, RitR Schsetz, Kathleen Scheetz, Rtt Vo0dhouse, Mary Margaret Scheetz, Agnes Gates, Miriam Schists, Mary Kay Scheez, Elma ,Rogers. Rose Scheets. Alice Barrett, J olene Mersch, Joyce Fru:,hour, Agatha Otten, Monica.White, Mary Loner, Mary Ann Woodhouse, Mary Ann Willianspn and Mary Torney. He made thee to hear his voice, that he might instruct hee.--(DeuL 4:26). ne of God's greatest gifts the conscience He has in- fllled in all of us. Acting like warning boll this conscience ella ua when we are about to to something that will cause mrm to ua or to other& We hould heed it at all t/rose.