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IO ROYAL CENTRE RECORD THURSDAY APRIL 12, 1973 The Pasta1 s ,=oroer Several important things happ- ened on this date in history. On April 12th in 1945. Franklin D. IRoosevelt died, He had led Amer- ica through some rough days. In passing, the reins of governmen&apos; tell upon Harry S. Truman. He too laced some very trying times, We <,Jght to pray for those m author- ity over us. God says "I exhort therefore, that irst of all, supplic- ations, prayers, intercessions, and g:ving of thanks, he made for all nen: For Kings, and for all that ,are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.'" 1 Timotly 2:1. 2 It is easy to crkicize, but il the leadersh p were in ur hands. | am sure we v ould be more under- standmg of the need for under- standing and prayer for our lead- mrs. We need men who will lead us aright, and not always give us just what we want. Also on this day in 1961, Greg- arin became the first spaceman. But was he) The Bible tells of Enoch and Elijah who passed through apacel And Jesus Christ also went through space, And when He comes., those who are the true children of God will be caught up into the clouds, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye. And so shall we ever be with the Lord. I Thessalonians 4:! 7. Are you ready for that trip through space) Rev. James H. Gardner Bell Cnter Bible Church f PRETTY FEET o un/que beauty cream • t m that changes those dry & rough areas of skin into baby softness. Try it -- you'll find PRETTY FEET is like no other. Go On , . , pamper yourself. Read Psalm 118.24-29; Luke 17:11-19 "'This is the day which the Lord lhath made: we will-rejoice and he gl*td in it. (Psalm 118 24) One day my husband and 1 "stopped at the home of a mountain tarmer. Taking in the breathtaking haauty, 1 exclaimed, ",What a ]vely view you have herer' "The farmer looked about him and then dryly answered. "Huh there ain't nothing to see but anountains l'" Too many of us take for granted all the wonders about us. With each new day comes evidence that there is a Supreme Being govern- in4g the universe. Each time the sun rises and shines, it means that God has created a new day for our use and pleasure. We should rejoice in (The article mentioned b,-low wll be found under another head.) South Bend, Indiana April 3. 1973 .ditor of the R. C. lt.cord D.: r Sir The March 26th ed'tion of the South Bend Tribune, had this en- closed artile o( interest to some o your readers. It brought tack some memories. 1 along many of your readers will remember Miss Kistler and her brother William (Bill) as straight A students in R.C.H.S. Many from the Royal Centre area migrated to South Bend after completing their 12 years in your local schools. I do not know when Bill and Ellen left Cass County. Back to the chuckle. There was called in that day a township orat- orial contest, which culminated in the County contest at Logansport. In the township contest, the writer l a freshman survived. The other three students was Vera mith Mary Ward and Ellen Kistler. Yes t you tt, essed it, ! was eliminated on the first round. The word absent. ot me. Yes, you again guessed it. In writing this i had to look in my dictionary, which 1 always have handy to see whether it is spelled with an "'s" or a "'c". Concluding, ! believe Ellen was in the class of "15 or "16, Was sorry to hear of the recent pass- in of Milfred House. M:lfred was was in my class (Class of '19) and was an e¢ceptional student. Richard L. Fry this knowledge and express our thanksgiving in our prayers and in service to our Creator. Being glad in each new day is possible for us. With the help of Christ we can fill it with service for Him and our fellowmen. Whatever our work or wherever it may take us, we can be glad in our hearts. The old saying, Make yourself hap- py until ten. then you will be hap- py all day" holds much meaningl PRAYER: Our God, give us glad hearts for the work of this day, May our service to Thee be unself- ish and done with joy. In Jesus" name. Amen. PRAYER: Our God, give us glad heart accomplishes more than a sad one. Margaret Bundy Moss, Lewisville, North Carolina 61498 Oak Rd. I Nora( Mrs. J. B. Cundall) called me l and advised of reading in the Re- 1 South Bend, Ind. 46614] P.S. My how time flies, My sster SGT RALPH KAUFFMAN SERVES WITH AIR FORCE IN THAILAND ) East. Before his arrival to Thailand, he was assigned at Ellsworth AFB, S.D. The sergeant is a 1968 graduate of Pioneer High school, cord of the 50th Anmversary Cele- / US. Air Fo.rces ThinS]and -- I His wife is the former Edith A. bration of Harold and Bernard;ne/U.S. Air Force Sergeant Ralph E. iDihs. She and their son Micky re" Coleman. [Kauffman. son of Mr. and Mrs. ls:de here in Royal Centre. (Chares E. Kauffman of here is on( ........ , .......... Agonizing Pain duty at Korat Royal Thai AFB, Th- From Ingrown Toenail? ai'"s0000Je t I LOSe, Get Outgro For Fast Relief o .an Kauffman, a power pro- lk.m,,[U. )Z.nJPl.lt,J'. duction specialist, is assigned to a I / g,'/"q{Uffllllo Outgr0 gves you fast temporary relief unit of tht Pacific Air Forces (PA-I kt ..7 Jllq /; from ingrow toenail pa,n. Outgro tough- ens irritate, skic eases inflammat,on, CAF) which provides tactical air ! h''I-MD IT "€' reduces swelling without effecting the ) 'l:l II[llrt( shape, growth, or p0sm0n of the nail. power supporting the US and its al- Stop ingrown nail pa,n fast wth 0utgr0. lies in southeast Asia and the Far I IIIIrl UUI gaul aua LUCERNE ZION qETItOI)IST CHIfRCH David Alexander, minister 't-,arles Watson. S.S Supt. Worship Service every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. Sunday School at 10:00 a,m. BAPTIST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Keith Megilligan. Pastor Morning Worship Service 9:30 Conrad Funk S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:30 Sunday evening Service 7:30" First Mission "Circle. first Tuesday of each month. Ladies Auxiliary, third Tuesday of each month. Thursday Evening Bible Study 7:30 SHILOH UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Bey. Raymond Jones, pastor Supt. Raymond Peters Asst. Supt. Victor Sell Sunday school at 9:30 Morning worship at 10:30 Preaching every Sunday morning (except 5th Sun.) no evening ser- vices, Missionary Society meets rd Wed- nesday of each month. WEST UNION Vl FTHOlil,qT CHURCH Rev. James Ah. Pastor Dick "unk, S.S. Supt. Mrs. FeLetia Beckley, Tress Sunday School st 9:30 A-M, WorsE? Service every Sunday at 10:0 A.M. Women's Society o Christian ervice will meet 1st Tbursday Ut each month at .1:]0 p.m. WHITE OAK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gorman Pritchett. Pastor qershel [ ee Moll, S.S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00 Church Services 10:55 M.Y.F. second and fourth Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m. LUCERNE 'HRI,qTI .N CHURCH 2.end Sellers. Minister Donnell Morphet, Superintendent Sunday School 9:30 Worship service 10:30 WEBB CHAPEL HETHODIST CHURCH Rev. Lewis Ruman Richard Rusk S.S. Supt. Worship Service 9: I S Church $¢hool 10:15 PISGAH CHURCH Rev. Ronald Lewellen, Minster S.S. Supt. -- Tom Hettingr. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Church service 10:30 a.m, INDIAN CREEK CHRISTI ,N CHURCFI C, ene ellers, Lucerne Ind., minis- ter Supt. - Richard Crimmins Ass't. Supt. - Elmer Herd Worship Service 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. on 2nd and 4th Sundays Sunday School 10:15 a.m. to I1:00 a.m, ('ROOKED CREEK CHURCH Larry Leonard, Pastor Richard Oswah, Supt. Noel Kennell, 5th Sunday Supt. Michael Roast, Supt. on th. Sun. Worship Service 9:30 a.'m. every Sunday Sunday School 10:0 a.m. Youth have charge of service Ist Sunday of the month. POST MEMORIAL I'RgSBYTERIAN 500 N  200 W R.R. I Logansport Pastor, Bruce Fry S.S. Supt., Lawrence March Sunday Worship 9:30 am. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Thornhope Community Holiness Church Brother Moss, Pastor S.S. Supt., John Hoover Sunday School at 9:30 Morning Worship (0:45 a.m. Youth Service 6:30 p.m. Sunday night 6:00 Mid-Week Prayer Meeting Wed- nesday at 7:0 p.m. CENTER PR£SBYTERIAI CHURCH Carl Polstra, Pastor S, S. Supt. Allen Tribbett Asst. Supt. Robert Gray Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Church worship 10:0 a.m. F1EI,I, CENTER BIBLE CHURCH James H. Gardner, Pastor Melvin Rogers, S.S. Supt. Sunday School at 9:30 am. Morning Worship at 10:30 Evening worship at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at BURNETTSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH Ray. H. Gordon Hyde. Pastor Max Larimore, Supt. Perry Haskins, Asst. Supt. Church service 10:00 a.m. Sunday school I I a.m. 5:00 p.m, Youth Choir Rehearsal 6:00 p.m. Baptist Youth Fellowship 7:00 p.m. Victory Hour Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Midweek Bible Study and Prayer meeting. TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gorman Pri¢chett. Pastor Max Jones S.S. Supt. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday Sc:loo] 10:30 a.m. U.MY.F,, lot and rd Sundays. W.S.C.S., rd 'ednesdays. Suzannah Wesley Circle, 2nd Tuew days. LAKE CICOTT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Terry Shumaker. Pastor Phone 635 - 2651 Kewanna Church School 9:40 a.m. Worship Service 10:40 a.m. W.S.C.S. meeting monthly THORNHOPE CHURCH OF CHRIST Sundag worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday school 10:00 a.m. Sunday evening worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Frank Guyer, Minister CALEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Alva C. '/ard. pastol. Ruth Ann Logan, lay leader; Melvin Varoest, superintendent. Sunday school at i 0:00. Committee Meetings at | | :00. Evening worship at 7:00. Administrative Board meeting at 8:00. Tuesday evening service at 7:00. GRACE UNITED METHODIS CHURCH Alva C. Ward, pastor Galen E. McVay, lay leader; Dean Phillips, Superintendant. 7:30 p.m. IO.C-C,O. Thursday evening at 7:30 ' m Sunday morning worship at 9:30 HEADLEE IBibh School at ,0:25 COMMUNITY CHURCHIuntedl.it, Methodist Women meet iWednesday, April ! 8 at 9 "00 Rev. Gilbert DeWitt, l"astor t " " Supt. Derward Coy I Sunday School 9:30 a.m. I iChurch 10:30 a.m. I iSunday eveoing Service at 7:0 'l Monday night Prayer service 7:00 J Thursday evening at 7:30 - : = -- -- ,,,I,,,>o. NO Better Way To Invite Customers To Your Store Than With An Advertisement In The Royal Centre RECORD? •