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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPages the Florence morning news Florence 8. 0. Saturday morning june thorough reveals americans Are religious Folk religion in action no. 89 Virgin birth heaven and hell the Trinity and baptism. In addition an array of Side lights on religion is Given in a Long series of charts Survey statistics geographical breakdowns description of various religious observances reports of polls and analyses. Some of the findings in contrast to nearly All denominations which carry on missionary programs to win converts Quak ers Christian scientists jews and unitarians not proselytize or Send out missionaries. Suicide rates Are lowest among jews and somewhat higher among protestants than catholics. Three of every 10 catholics marry a non Catholic one of them without their Church s approval. Jews have the lowest divorce rate of any of the three major religious groups while protestants have the highest. The Catholic total is rising largely in the desertion and non support categories presbyterians episcopalians and congregationalists have the High est proportion of College graduate members with jewish bodies slightly behind. Catholics baptists and lutherans have the lowest. Sentiment among protestants favouring one United protestant Church has climbed from 40 per cent in 1940 to 50 per cent now Vith an increased number of undecided shrinking those opposed a 39 per cent. Farmers Are fairly evently rep resented in such churches As methodist baptists presbyterians lutherans and while catholics jews and episcopalians have much smaller Larm memberships. By George w. Cornell new York june 23 Gion in America was Given a thorough going Over today with some interesting revelations. Among them 1. Ninety per cent of Ameri cans say they believe in god but Only 76" per cent in a life Here after. 2. More than 70 per cent of american negroes Are Church members while Only about go per cent of Whites belong to churches. 3. Couples who see Eye to Eye on religious matter have twice As Good a Chance statistically of a Happy marriage As those that Don t. 4. Episcopalians presbyterians end jews have the biggest pro portion of professional and White Collar members while catholics lutherans and baptists have the biggest share of manual labourers. These Are scattered titbits from i volume a guide to religions of published today by Simon and schuster inc., and aimed at giving people a better _ understanding of each other s dist Church for special term pious ideas and backgrounds. It is says the Book s editor. Leo Rosten. How Little we really know about the Faith of our neighbors or the Pray ers and practices of the churches 71 Are accepted for missions seventy one Young men Aud i women have been accepted by the aboard of missions of the Metho we pass every clergymen and Church research ers of Many denominations contributed to the study which pro Vides detailed up to Date data about the country s churches and they re doing. Of it describes the history and Mew York n. Y., the cases of some 755 japanese convicted As War criminals in the heat of the Days following the end of world War ii and still in prison ten year later should be re studied a View of sen cd Agency or Freedom. Of missionaries Sion service in the United states territories two years. Eleven of tries. The Board has approved 36 Young persons for service in methodism s overseas Mission areas and 35 for service at Home. The special term for overseas service is three service set for area Cap cadets a special service for cadets of with their families Are especially civil air patrol in this area red to be present in a body is being planned at Baptist Tab Nacle sunday evening at 8 o clock members of the organization Are a attend in a body in uniform. The pastor the Rev. Jimmy Cas on who is also chaplain of the Eastern regiment of civil 3atrol, will speak on god is the Public is also invited to at this impressive evening ser Rice the Rev. Or. Caslon announced. The Church is located on East Almetto Street and is known As the Little Green Church by the officers and cadets of the Cap crusade rally tonight the air topic creeds of the principal denominations and in separate tables con years and in this country and its territories two years. Eleven of the group Are men and 6c i worn in. Division o f Nati Orai missions 1 final selections were made june the National Council in new York by the Board s mis trusts their beliefs on such Trines As the lord s a action. In a statement of the Case Sermon topics methodist a. At their 8 first free will Baptist 11 a. 8 p. King of Jursche a. They Are urging the United Statts government to re open these cases and Are asking churchmen to urge this a statement of the Case or. Thoburn t. Brumbaugh administrative Secretary of the meth Odist Board of missions and chair Man of the National Council s com Mittee on the subject says As a result of the peace treaty made with Japan in 1952. War criminals sentenced by trial courts of United states great Brit Ain Australia and the Netherlands were transferred from the custody of these nations to Attiat of the Jap anese government subject to the authority of the supreme com Mander for the Allied Powers acting in behalf of the Allied govern ments respectively involved. Baptist Tabernacle a. On 8 . God is Amman girl Baptist a. 8 p. Mission messages by the Rev j. E. Aiken assistant pastor who will be supplying for the pastor through july 27. When recipe directs you to whip sinary personnel department. The overseas missionaries will serve on three continents Africa Asia and South America. Moat will be teachers but ethers will be nurses musicians agriculturists. Engineers and evangelists. The will serve under the Board s division of world missions and the women under the woman s division of Christian service. All of the special term Home missionaries Are women and will serve under the woman s division. They will educational religious educational medical and social work in hospitals children s Homes schools and Community centers in the United states alas a Hawaii puerto Rico and the dominican Republic. Most of them fresh from col lege graduation the foreign missionary group Are assembling in Nashville. Tenn., to begin a How often would 1 Hove gathered thy children together even As a Hen gather eth her children under her wings and be would Matthew morning news Youthful Al marked of one of Florence s youngest Church organizations the first free will Baptist Little less than two years old and located on King successfully completed its daily vacation Bible school wednesday night. The packed quarters of its temporary Assembly Hall pictured extreme interest shown As the youth of the Church Render pm a very interesting program in the commencement exercises. The eight Day session of school was lauded by pastor the Rev. W. A. Hales As being one of the Best he has Ever had in his Chu highly merited. We have added 52 members to the Church since shows additions he concluded. The Rev. Or. Hales took Over the pastorate Al the beginning of the 1955 Church year last fall. He boasted of the willingness of his members to take on responsibilities in the Church organization. Attendance at the Church school averaged More than 150. The nightly a Outh meetings were attended by an average of 140. The Rev. Henry Vankluyve was guest evangelist and Jet Turner acted As youth pastor for the meeting the school was under the direction of mrs. L. Defee who it add a list of some 30 workers radio talk or. Roy Mcclain on Baptist hour sunday at 2 . Over radio station Wols will speak on the of coveting and the Joy of Contentment. There Are those who live out All their Days under the grinding wheels of inordinate desire and never pause Long enough to measure the distance they have Al read or. Mccadn wid Tell Ilis listeners. He will base his talk on the 10th Central Church school Success Central Fodist Church closet a very successful vacation Church school recently. The following Are those workers who helped conduct the school kindergarten mrs. D. S. Baker mrs. A. L. Windham mrs. E. B Jordan miss Margaret Brunson mrs. R. B. Bartram mrs. Robert e s. O. Russell jr., mrs Hugh Merriman jr., mrs. Alvin Odom mis. L. A. Baker mrs Raymond Hyer mrs. L. W. Cope land mrs. J. W. Hinfon mis Terry Bryan miss Patsy Roberts miss Bertie Warren Stokes Ann Wolfe miss Sarah Brigman mass Jackie Griffin miss Ann Merriman and miss Florence Bak primary mrs. G. V. Phillips mrs. Albert Cole mrs. M. L. Rob bins mrs. Bunny Crouch mrs Martin Stalheim jr., mrs. J. H Altman jr., mrs. N. A. Spivey mrs. W. E. Martin mrs. Alle eagles. Mrs. J. L. Duffell mrs ii. J. Corbin mrs. Harold Robin Tsoa mrs. Harold Creel mrs. Jul beginning tonight and each night using the summer the weekly Tristian crusade Raby will by eld in a different local Church. Of night s crusade will be held Manuel Baptist Church on East Almetto Street a coining at clock. Boyd Hatchco will be the song racier and toe musical entertain sent will be under his direction. Girls duet will Render a special umber and also on the program ii be a Solo by the Rev. Jerry assistant pastor of Irnan. Al Church. The message of the evening will brought by Buck Harris after Chi Cha a period of fun and fellow will be held for All Young particularly Are the youth being invited to attend the crusade and Fellowship period but adults Are being asked to visit and participate in the rally also. Nex1 weeks rally is scheduled at Southside Baptist Church and he at Wes Miinster presbyterian. On july 16, the rahy will be held at St. Pauls Metho dist Church. Other rally Sites will e announced As available. Young speakers from Columbia will be heard at each of the next free crusades it was announced Urther. Musk leaders asked to meet Nashville Tenn. Three South Carolina music lenders have Xci invited to assist As faculty members for she fifteenth South Ern Baptist Church music Confer ence at Ridgecrest Baptist Assem Bly. N. A. July 14-20. More than Idan Way. Mrs. Leigh Wilson mrs. 12.500 Church music leaders Are sex Herbert Caiman mrs. Bruce to attend the meeting Lor mrs. L. B. Watson i Samuel Shanko minister of mus when re Cripe directs you to itim., a o pea Whites until they Are stiff week training course june 21 to july 31 preparatory to going to jut not beat the Whites in a they stand in stiff peaks whose not Lap Over. The air nibbles in the egg Whites should five Points Baptist 11 a. 8 i is your next Ebentier Baptist 11 a. Eternal Date with destiny by the Hev. Harris Parker. 8 p. By a first presbyterian a. Amazing Dis covery every Christian should Lake 8 p. In the Victory of the Field. They will study on the Campus of the Scarritt College for Christian workers. Years in the ministry. The showing made by the work ers in the combined youth revival and Debs has inspired the officials of the Church to no be declared. Total of 32 people most of them Young people made decisions for Christ during the events. We first Baptist s. Person and his 8 p. M child to first Assembly of god 11 a. M. a Man in Chris 7.45 and heal ing meeting pastor Rev. Roy by Lin s subject then came Isaiah Dost keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee because he trusts in Rev truer words could hardly be than Are these. As a Man thinks in his heart so is his one keeps his mind upon god there will flow through his thinking the great attributes of god his characteristics and his great promises. To the extend that one s thoughts Are positively entered on god there will not Only be Calm poise and peace but a Power flowing through that is super human dynamic that will result in the behaviour which brings happiness. If you want to your mind. Or. T. Rupert Coleman Ginter Park Baptist Chuich Richmond a. Thou Shalt not anniversary St. Johns nod., june 24 Newfoundland today observed St. John s Day. Lit was the 458th an. Niv Crary of the discovery of Kew feel this has certainly shown us Fondland by John Cabot june 24, that our cause in the Church or. E. A. Dillard tells audience of two ways there Are two choices con fronting each of or. E. A. Dillard founder of Homes for men and women alcoholics told the congregation of Central methodist Church last sunday night. The guest minister the former pastor of tenth Avenue Presby Terian Church in Charlotte n. C., and currently operator of a Faith work at Hebron Colony Tor men and Grace Home for women near Boone n. C., in the appalachian mountains was Blunt to Tell his hearers that they have two ways to die two ways of living Ami their lives Are headed in one of two ways. He intermittently gave illustrations to Back his various Points one of the illustrations pointed a lady patient of Grace Home who came there a paralytic be cause of alcoholism. She was cured Ettsiel Jurnigan. Junior mrs. J. Kilgore. Mrs. Lawton Anderson mrs. Bob Damson. Mrs a. R. i mrs. D. Bray jr., mrs. Frank Waddell. Mrs. Julian Roberts mrs. E. E. Hembree miss Elizabeth Morrison miss Lauralee Bryce or. W. D. Blanton miss Marjoric both Long. Miss Hulen Osteen miss Mary Jane Stikeleather and mass Peggy Anderson. The Rev. E. E. Glenn is pastor of the Church. University Greenville will serve As conference leaders. Or. W. Hines Sims Secretary. Church music department sunday school Board will direct the con Ference which is planned for ministers of pc. Usic song leaders choir singers Organ. Pianists pastors and associational loaders. He will be assisted by department associates or. Boren Williams Clifford a. Hoi comb and William j. Reynolds. And is now in nurse training in Louisiana he said. She overcame ice paralysis completely and now s capable of writing a Fine letter with hands that were once use or. Dillard revealed some Statis tics about the Homes. He said that men have gone through Hebron Colony and been cured of their habit on a Large percentage. I it was pointed out that the Homes arc operated without cost1 to the patient but that Only individual contributions from interested persons and cured patients keep the Homes in operation. Anyone desiring to attend the Home for the 8-weeks course is invited. The Home for women is singing for Joy Are members of Hie doily vacation Bible school at first free will Baptist a completed a very successful session wednesday night in a highly entertaining Brown of Florence May be commencement exercise. These Are members of the beginners department the contacted for further information closing exercise which was attended by a filled Church. Morning news photo keep the charge of the lord thy god i Kings to Walkin his ways keep his commandments every Day a i t p. Baptist Leif be. Rev. William Howard Advt Lobl t j a Evansel Suc service j 10 a. school. Seventh Day adventist. W7 w. M win essay i Nyer met a. to amp. File Otto St., the Rev. A l. Ewett. P m Union. Jor i .-evening won hip. t school. I . Even inf Post Baptist Corner Palm Otto ind Irby Edwin l. Kike will Baptist coir. Com d., pastor. Roads the Rev. E. Hurley Assembly of god Mission sunday Bechool l 10 school v of Ron w crippled Home j 11 won hip. First of 000 w 11 so mall p. part pow in Hortto a. The Rev no Nylon. P. M Vinu Folwic p. I1 Lleni list tint no Union. A. M. Mor Tiik Bak i a i i 8 i in Noi lip i training Union. Baptist tabkhnac1jc. E. Poll Mol so. Id x in. L j in and 7 pm Yuri help. Metto St. The Rcv. Jimmy Catoo. Muu i Nimr. .muml.ii. 11 n. bal 1. K. 10 a. School i Catholic St Anthony s Catholic 135 s Irby St., father Sydney f. Pastor father Myles v. Morris at stunt Pai Tor father w. A. Tobin pastor Emerl Tiu . Morning won hip. P. 8 a. M. Mai 10 a. M holy thursday Mihic study and prayer p. Everyone episcopal St. John s episcopal 246 5. Par i by and chores streets the Rev. E 7 p. M league. Biog worship p. sex ice. Horn Glenn in Cli Uili commit to. I. Worship. Tui Many 10 training it .-Sundhy Ghl or Vulval monday Kris Fly Vii Caput. Ulli to a. M. Ask so a 4-16 a Lect Ltd by a Meruil. J 10 in s a Alvah Baptist. 7l a Afton Clung it mum 1 on Civi Circle the Rev. H. The to i1 in Maia a uni l r., l 0 is the bpm k Colum Ali. 1 p. M to Stittig Ami in pin. 10 a. Sunday school Luijs morning worship. 7 p. M. Btl let training in i p. won hip. And Leaf p p troop rent ukr Baptist Supply Pottor. It school. 11 a. Won hip. F. Truin Trif Ulm tuft p. M worship i Nasr Tiee will Baptist Comer of King Avenue and Homi stud Lac to Ltd. W a Pictor. 10 a 11 a. War ship. Fi.15 p. M Hull he ka8t Hok wbk Wii hapt19t. 5.1171. Mem rofl to nor. Marrum i. 10 a. M it shool. 11 Koimn Row Polnau 10 a. Sci tool. La i . Moin lug Woi Phlp. P. Training i non. B p. M evening . Swamp two. Had 1, Tim. . If a school 11 i. M morning workup. 8pm Chang Clytic soit11sidb baptise1, Colm rat j p. Hulcha pastor. 1a school Llila a. Wet Phlp. P. Union p. Worthly. Baptist. A n the Rev j ,1 Abney 1c i Shoal 11 snort no we Only t. P Irwin Long in Lek 7 p. M Prajer Tang k p worship St., the Rcv. Joseph h pastor. J a. Communion. St. Ann s Catholic. 113 s. Kemp Service. St Flora nor. Chr a try Aman Mccarter. 10 a. School i morning player and in Ninny n in mass. Mon. Ili Routi Saladay mall of her sunday sen ices cancell Fil Mem Stein gift Monolia. I up in. A veining p in. Her cutman gospel Chapel St Nims gospel rilapkl., 618 to Jug cum Kirtland methodist a. M the supper Droit St attic Rcv j w i urn1, family Ulbine hour. 9.45 Sci tool 8 . Com h i t. M Morii Inu worship. 8 . 1 Imlay i Rajer and 5 p i study. Methodist Central methodist Corner fit in 57 Paulj a methodist w pal Metto si., the Rev. S. Putor a pastor a sunday school a. M. Morning worship. P. M. Intermediate Council in 5-30 p ill a club t p i Myk ant s chh1siian sc1knck society on to kit in it reel Iillngton. 10 sinday school. Chime ii of Christ Myca. 138 n. La Mcnel St it a in Stu ulay school. U . Moil no god Cinman of a a Miro it., Rov j. P. Kitchens Pictor. 10 a sunday school 11 a morning a Firth a. T p youth fellow help p. Serve it. 10 a school a p. Fellowship. S evening worship. 1 8 wednesday prayer i Ervoes. 1 wednesday. 8 p. M prayer and Nike scr its in he hut. Wino May. P. rehear 11 a. Worship. 7 p training session of the Church. 8 p won hip. Tuesday 8 p. Day at Church. 8 p. High fellow ship coun and holiness to Willip. A wr1n-s.v1i.r mid week or win a Nanri of non hot f Ranh tatter Pant Ecosta. c b t a morn link ii a school Soho of i p. on i evangelism. 67 Parton i Syf Slipyan mkt Odist. 1612 w. St. Tin Rev. Parker pastor 10 a 11 a. won hip. P. . P 3. Pine a Rock mk1110d1st, Tim 7.30 p. A Snunk worship . Uie Fri b. 5 Hughei i p won hip. 10 t school. 11 . Morn link it orig up. 7 p. M youth off Tang. Ham. Of Jehovah s witness is. W event 4 p to a Lulu. P p p. M p. Fellowship. 8pm i ., ind p1soaii methodist had Mot. Luv b s 10 Schwil ii i p 11 p. A. Rolt tuft South run mktilnnl.11, w Pine Nazarene f the naza1 Carolynn a Irvin Avenue the ii nine pasto 10 dry Church of the Naz ahem Ner o South Carolina drive and 11 a worship. P. M. Worsnip. P. A. Morning youth evening of raft lutheran 10 00 St Lumi is mfg John Jul i l bran. To Kim a. Curl Lor p p nor risk it Krilor w by Jmwa. I p. Wili w 1. I presbyterian Prears Tantan Marlon Highway l Vav tit Tor. 10 a school 7im p. Worship. First presbyterian ctr Row of Park n venue and Cherokee Road. Riv. W. G Foster. 1 a. Pastor. 10 Church school a in worship. 4 p a hip Octant Merlinx of c Harln. i Iii action on Icil in the oflus p , Pioneer and sen Blok 8p Kex Ching worship. Tuc Lav a. In. Vincill Bible Wilth mis. L. 061 s. To jut Ensi. p. Meet Hope will Hev Kinry l Reaves pastor 10 a. H a. Wf.stm1nst e n fir find i on Road Rev Walter x Neaty pastor 10 a. school 11 a worship. I t salvation army salvation army 15. m., loan t. Rev j. Edwin Trail. 1a i

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