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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Cambridge, Ohio The Ohio adventure i cup 6qm7y practice Man practice rut 9ght in laa3 cup Eakly w jew amp is w45 the Plumer. 0cv5 Pectic ass a ?2�?f26, to a smitten in Wattle via the pfc a i so pfc Moeft boys w0zje i a Rwy or. The Prum major started a out proc Tunc on planks. As they became More proficient Drums were issued. Sat., feb. 25, 1961 the daily jeffersonian Page 5 Cambridge. Ohio Moi baptismal service at lutheran Church flan Evensong for St Johns Newcomerstown Rainbow for girls to assist in heart drive Jaffa Ronlan Iveta stir Tai tinsel k. Shirts Ann flood Rich at. Phone by Newcomerstown a members of the Rainbow for girls will participate in the House to House canvass for funds for the heart drive sunday. Solicitors will give a pamphlet a protect your family a to each Home. Dale Boyd co hostess. The business conducted by mrs George Little included a report on the girl scout troop sponsored by the club and announcement of the legislation Day to be held at Coshocton March 9. The club voted to give $5 to the March of dimes and $5 to the heart fund. Mrs. Robert Leonhard chair mrs. Joann hannahs heart a a 0 Iman of the License plate collection sunday chairman stated that the or it Octaf. A Hariw heart fund dollars would be put to work at once. This year the Central Ohio heart association awarded Over $157,000 to research at Central Ohio institutions and has channelled a total of one million dollars to local research since 1950. To form new league Steps to form a newcomers project stated that would be conducted year and containers plates would be at the drive again this for the old the service stations. Officers for the coming year will be elected at the March meeting. Favors were made to be placed on the trays of patients at the Hill top rest Home sunday. A White elephant Sale was held with town Golf league will be taken at mrs franc a a auctioneer a meeting sunday at the mum i pal building. If 26 members Are members Are obtained they can play All season at Coshocton Hill top for a season membership of $12 plus $1 each Outing. The Newcomerstown news tournament will be played this year. Korosis club Korosis club met thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Bernard Goodall Goodrich St., with mrs Barnesville pastors list Sermon topics mrs. Carl Krebs jr., will entertain March 24. Mayors court Howard w. Probst 43, forfeited a $15 Bond Friday on a charge of being on an off route. Lodges merge the Rebekah lodges of Dennison and new Philadelphia merged thursday evening in a meeting held at the new Philadelphia Hall. Attending from frees Rebekah Lodge were mesdames Mary Sager Bernice Miller Celia lower Bessie Chambers and Mildred Lindsey. Discuss legislation reports on matters affecting real estate which Are now before state legislators were presented when the Tuscarawas county Board of realtors met wednesday at the hotel Reeves new Phila John c. Ross Newcom a baptismal service is planned for the 10 30 worship sunday morning at Christ Sev. Lutheran Church according to Rev. Howard c. Hahn pastor. The Sermon a a Peter a i denied him a is the second in a series of first person lessons by Rev. Or. Hahn. Jim held will serve As crucifer and the acolytes will be Mark Roth and Ted Wallace. Miss Martha Turner organist has selected the following numbers for the sunday worship a Dada ghetto a Bizet a song of Faith a Mozart and a shark my soul be still a Malan. Church school is at 9 15 a. In. Luther league meets at 6 30 p. In. St. Johns episcopal Donald Terry Rector of St. Johns episcopal Church will continue his series of sermons based on the prayer for a fall conditions of men sunday at 9 15 a. In. The theme will be a the Bond of Sandy Laird will be Lay Leader. In addition to the regular services of communion at 8 a. In. Worship 9 15 and morning prayer 10 45 a. Rn., there will be a choral Evensong at 7 p. In. Sunday. Rob Laird Mike Abood har old Braniger or. And Bill Johnstone or. Will serve As acolytes Ushers will be j. W. Knight Frederick w. Robbins and or. R h. Olnhausen. Those in charge of the altar for sunday will be mrs. C. E. Speer Ellyn Long and Connie Markley. The youth Fellowship will meet at 6 30 p. In. In the Church and episcopal students of Muski Ngum College Are scheduled to meet in the Village Hall new Concord at 6 30 also. Call Barnesville a a the of the Cross will be the subject Delphia of Rev. Fred shill Sermon at the a a a a Quot a president presided. First methodist Church sunday by Kerr n w phl1 the methodist youth . Legislative chairman. Will present the Board s views to morning. Fellowship will meet at the Church at 7 p. In. Sunday. The subject will be a a spotlight and Marilyn Mann will be the Leader. At the main St. Methodist Church sunday morning Rev. R. E. Swinehart will speak on the subject a a chosen vessel a can god use you a he will use the same Sermon subject at the 11 30 service at the Bethel methodist Church. Legislators representing this District. The next meeting will by March 22 at the Reeves hotel grass fire the local fire department a called out Friday at about i . To fight a grass fire on a vacant lot on Beech St. There was no damage. Fortnight club honors in Bridge went to mrs. George Blickey mrs. Carl peo the methodist youth fellow pies and mrs it Roy Dennis when ship will meet at the Church at 7 or. Harold leading. Main St., p. In. Sunday with Larry Hanford entertained the fortnight club presiding. Mrs. Buckey will entertain Rev. Jack Holcomb will Deli March 9 at her Home on Beaver or the Sermon at the Church of St. The Nazarene at the morning Mistletoe club worship service at 10 45 and he euchre honors went to mrs will also preach at the evening Lloyd Ley mrs. Harvey Reger service sunday at 7 30. Are a mrs. Charles Ray when mrs Quot requirements for disciple Felt a Goettge Eros. A hip Quot will be the theme of Rev. Ai Quot cd he club thurs Huff mrs. Huff Heller dr., will entertain March 16. New Athens by Betty Yoho Sam Webb of the u. S. Navy is visiting his Mother mrs. Irene j. Harold Hopkins Sermon at Thel a it a 1ehv no Quot if a Rio Frank first Christian Church. Sunday won the spec Al or la a morning. The Chi rho and Christian youth Fellowship groups will meet at the Church at 7 p. In. Sunday. Or. Byron b. Evans minister of the first presbyterian Church will speak on a this ways Are not our ways at his Church sunday morning. The Junior and senior Westminster Fellowship Linton groups will meet at the Church sunday at 7 p. In. A it could happen Here will be sister Mary Lou Henderson a Sermon subject at the Bethel j ame Church sunday morning. I Emerson j. Scott will deliver the Sermon at the morning and evening services sunday at the e. Main St. Church of Christ. Elmer Taylor of Woodsfield first presbyterian the Sermon a the word of love a to be Given by Rev. Thomas Wayman at 10 30 a. In. Sunday at first presbyterian Church is the third in a series of lenten sermons based on the seven last words of Christ. The Sermon will be based on the words that Jesus spoke from the Cross to his Mother and to the disciple John. Mrs. Karl Hackney will direct the chorister choir for its presentation of a to lord most holy a Cesar Franck and a cast thy Burden upon the lord a Mendelssohn. There will be Church school at 9 15 a. In. With extended session for children crib room through third Grade. At 3 30 p. Rn., communicant class members will meet with Rev. Or. Wayman. Junior High Westminster Fellowship will hold a meeting at 4 30 p. Rn., and at 6 30 of clock the senior group will meet at first u. P. Church. Jay Harris attended the com Mission planning group in Cadiz tuesday. Or. And mrs. Max Griswold visited or. And mrs. W. R. King of Short Creek recently. Or. And mrs. Keith Carter and daughter of Cleveland recently visited relatives Here. Recent visitors of or. And mrs. Ralph Mccoy were mrs. Jennie. Nelson and or. And mrs. Dematte will be the speaker sunday at the of Short Creek. W. Main St. Church of Christ at miss Judy Griswold of Elyria both the morning and evening was a recent visitor of her Par services. Ems or. And mrs. Max Griswold. Mrs. Ola Culbertson was a recent caller on her daughter mrs Robert Yanick and family of near Morristown. Walton Howell is vacationing at Daytona Beach fit. The Community club will hold its annual Chicken dinner at the fire Hall March to. A round and Square dance will be sponsored by the Mfd and ladies auxiliary saturday night Hopes meeting leads to peace Tunis Tunisia up a tunisian president Habib Bourguiba said thursday night he hoped his meeting with president Charles de Gaulle next monday would Lead to peace talks Between France and the moslem algerian1 from 0 to 12 . Nationalists. I mrs Drusilla Touvell is visit Bourguiba whose country Shel Juns her brother Joe Hendershott ters the algerian a provisional an am in a finest go Ernie nth and rebel troops will Confer with de Gaulle at Rambouillet Castle the French leaders official country residence outside Paris. Jeff want ads bring results miss Connie Stanco is ill of tonsillitis. Miss Alice Day spent the week visiting Patricia Yoho. Mrs. Hazel Hendershott of Cadiz visited her daughter mrs. James Yoho and family monday. First methodist Rev. Frank Tully associate pastor of first methodist Church will teach a preparatory class at the Church sunday at 9 15 a. In. Church school for All Ages is held at this time during which a Nursery is provided for babies. Rev. Wallace r. Bryenton Pas Tor will use As his topic for the worship at 10 30 a m., a Jesus the music to be Given includes the Anthem. A the holy City a Adams by Chancel choir. Soprano and Alto Solo parts will be Sung by mrs. Richard Switzer and mrs. Earl Patterson respectively. Wesley choir will present a it pays to serve Jesus a Huston. Or. Raymond Zepp will direct both choirs. The organist miss Evelyn Graham. Will present a a Capooci and a chorale from fifth sonata a Mendelssohn. Children from grades one through three will attend the additional session in the co wed class room at 10 30 a Senior my will meet at 7 . With the advisors or. And mrs. Charles Mathews. Bob Bryenton will be Leader and or. And mrs. Robert Fahner advisors for the intermediate group which meets at 7 of clock. Ushers for March include James Johnston George Vance Harold Bates Ward Hixson r. R. Morris Clarence Combs. Ross Deeren Robert Culbertson Richard Greer and William Watson. Ninth St methodist mrs. William Caygill organist director will present the following selections sunday at ninth St. Methodist Church a a Benedictus Kargo Elert a take the name of Jesus with you Quot Thompson and a departing Blessing a Stainer. The choir will sing a purer yet and purer a Wilson. Rev. Floyd Gaugler pastor will speak at 10 30 a On the topic a the gospel of a the message of the Christian Church is a gospel a he stated. A the Faith declared by the Church Speaks to people in their perverseness and in their personal need of support and direction the Cross demonstrated this saving love through Christ our lord a he said. Nursery care and kindergarten activities Are provided during the worship hour. Sessions Are also held for the Junior and primary children during the worship with mrs. Richard Drake and mrs George Dougherty in charge. Second u. P. A Christ faces opposition is the Sermon to be Given at 10 30 am. Sunday at second u. P. Church by the pastor Rev. Joseph t. Brownlee. Rev. Or. Brownlee said a we prepare ourselves for a fresh experience of resurrection Faith As we see Christ steadfastly set his face to go to Jerusalem knowing that he was on his Way to the j Cross. A Jesus had much opposition from Many sources. It is important for us to see How Jesus faced this miss Linda Angel will play a Romance a from a Tannhauser a Wagner a Solitude a Benoit and a Cortage a Peeters. The choir directed by mrs Evelyn Brower will sing a a psalm of Praise a Wilson. The youth will meet in first u. P. Church Ai 6 30 . First Baptist Rev. Glenn Barrett will give a lenten Sermon a the inner Man a at to a Sunday at first Baptist Church. The Sermon is one of a series on a religion in in reference to his Sermon topic Rev. Or. Barrett said a Jesus was highly concerned about the inner Man. He cared not Only for our actions but also for our motives not Only for what we do but also Why we do it. It is in the realm of the inner Many our thoughts and affections that we need self examination repentance and sunday school is at la am the Junior High Fellowship meets at 6 45 . And the senior group at 7 . First u. P. The first Sermon in a lenten series on a your incomparable Christ will be presented at 10 30 a Sunday at first u. P. Church by the pastor Rev. Charles Mccormick. He will use As his topic a none looked like Rev. Or. Mccormick stated a the world gets a glimpse of what Christ looked like through the reflection of him in holy Christian lives. He is either attractive or repelling As we transmit the Light of his i knowledge through our illumined faces and transparent Marilyn Phillips organist will present selections and senior choir will sing. Following the worship the evangelism commission of both sessions and deacons will meet. Youth Fellowship will meet jointly at 6 30 . In the Church. First Christian a a Paul a portrait of Jesus will be the topic of the lenten Sermon to be Given at first Christian Church sunday by Rev. James Faulconer pastor. The Sermon is one of a group of lenten sermons on a portraits of Rev. Or. Faulconer said a just As no two artists paint alike no two writers in the new testament give us the same picture of Jesus. Each one saw Jesus from a different a putting them All together though gives us a clearer picture a he said. The worship at 10 30 a. In. Is followed by Church school at 9 30. United Brethren Rev. C. G. Rodawalt pastor of the United Brethren Chapel will use As his Sermon sunday at 10 45 a. Rn., a the mystery of he stated in reference to his topic a prayer is a Power that shakes the foundations of the kingdoms of darkness that moves the hearts of men and that works out the will of the Sermon is taken from Jeremiah 33. Church school is at 9 45 a. In. Rev. Or. Rodawalt announces that he will speak on a the King and the Man a at the 7 45 p. In service. First eve. U. B. The pastor Rev. James d. Hopper will speak at both morning and evening services sunday at first eve. U. B. Church. His morn-1 ing theme is a be not afraid a and is built around the text found in acts 18 9 Ion Quot be not afraid but speak and hold not the peace for i am with thee and no Man shall set on thee to Hurt thee for i have much people in this the choir will provide two Spe rial numbers for the worship. Sunday school is at 9 30 a. Inland the youth hour is held at 6 30 p. In. Church of the Nazarene sermons will be Given at 10 30 a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Sunday at the Church of the Nazarene by the pastor Rev. Russell Long who announces his topics As follows morning a a the easy Way and the right Way a and evening a a the lost sheep. The lost Coin and the lost sunday school is at 9 30 a. In. At 6 30 p. In. There is a Bible study and meetings for the Junior and Young Peoples societies. \ in ask a seek the Church for All. All for the Church the Church in the greatest Factor on Earth for the building of character and Good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a Strong Church neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There Are four sound reasons Why a very person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They Are i for Hia own Sake. 2 for his children a Sake. 3 for the Sake of his Community and nation. 4 for the Sake of the Church itself which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to Church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday Friday Book chapter Veree Matthew 7 7-12 Luke 12 85-40 John 20 24-29 Isaiah 55 6-11 psalm 34 1-10 John 14 12-16 revelation it 19-22 everyone knows that Success comes not to those who merely desire it hut to those who achieve it through Long hard work. It is Odd then that in the spiritual area of life some people should expect blessings to come for the asking. Those who really understand prayer know that it i More than Mere asking. It is seeking. It is the hungry search for truth and moral enlightenment a a a digging for spiritual Gold in the Hills of life. But prayer is something More even than seek fag. It is knocking. Meeting life a obstacles bravely a a. Waiting with patient determination until closed doors open. Entering portals that the More timid past by. We really need churches if spiritual growth came for the asking. But we do need churches to help us seek the treasures of god. And through our churches with the United strength of millions of christians we Knock on the portals of the More abundant life and there find it. Otoji Tri Gilt Imi of mar is. So the str a Lorg a. 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