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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1032 MISSION WILL BE SEVEN YEARS OLD; PLAN OBSERVANCE The latest item of news for the many friends of the "Wayside Mission." Mission." 852 East State street, is the celebration of Founder’s Day. on Feb. 20 and 21. On Feb. 20 It will be seven years since the Wayside Mission was founded. The charter members of the “Inner Circle," founded on that day. were the following: Elder W C. Rigg8, now residing in -Kewanee. 111.. Mrs. Virginia Fegueirra and her daughter Lily of 1043 Doolln avenue, Clinton and Clifton Arenr. residents of this cltv, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Streuter, who were then living at 128 East Oak street. All members of the original ‘‘Inner Circle,** founded by Cornelia and Meta Grueneuald. during the famous Billy Sunday meetings, and member* of the same society, reorganized by Mrs. Streuter after her return from India, are cordially Invited to be present present at all the public meetings. Note books, badges, eld programs, or any other article of Interest for display on Founder s Day may be turned in at the Wayside Mission, or ■ o Mrs. Frank Arenr, 511 Hardin avenue avenue The founders *oukl highly appreciate appreciate co-operation to make this occasion a succès« Flowers for decoration decoration will be acceptable. The following is a brief outline of the main feature* of the program which will be rendered on that day: Saturday, Feb. 20, 1932. morning praise and prayer service a( 10 a. m. At 2 p. m. tho«c. Interested in Divine Healing will attend a special service, conducted largely by Elder W. C. RI brs , »misted by : Mother founders. Clinton Arenr. now attending Moody Bible Institute, expect* to deliver a sermon at this tune. Music will be in charge of his twin brother. Clifton Aren*. Weather conditions permitting, permitting, there' will be a street meeting north of the square at night, conducted conducted by Mr. K Abraham. From to " p. at- Founder s Reunion at the home of Mrs Virginia Fegueirra. 1043 Dooltn a\enne. Sunday aenices: Sunrise praise service at 6 a. m In «harge of the Areni twins and Mrs Miiton Arenz Sunday school at 9 Ï0 a. m, communion and fellowship service service at 10 30 a m ; at' - p. m the past and present histories of the Wayside Mis*Jfco will be the chief items of interest interest to the public. Mrs Streuter will read the principal history. History History of Songs and Song Books, Clif- ton Arenz; Easter Sunrise Praise Services. Mrs. Clifton Arenr; Sunday School by the superintendent, M. B. Metcalf; Young People's Meeting. Clifton Arcnz; History of Founders Day, Clinton Arenz. assisted by the others who uere there on Feb. 20, 1923. There will be an introduction of workers who have assisted in the building up of the Mission since its establlshn%nt. At 7 p. in there will be a praise service, followed by ad- addresses or sermons by Elder Riggs. Clinton Arenz. K. Abraham, the pastor pastor and others. The public is cordially Invited to all the meetings except the Founder's Reunion. Clippings from the papers by friends will be highly appreciated. LENTEN SERVICES BEGIN AT CHURCH ! OF OUR SAVIOUR Lenten services began today at the j Church of Our Saviour. The schedule includes daily mass at 6 30 and 8 30, a.m . with the usual Sunday masses. 1 Services will be held every Wednes* day. Friday and Sunday e\ening during during the Lenten season. The hour will be *7 :30 o’clock On Wednesday evening evening the program will consist *of the Rosary, a sermon by Rev. Fr. Holmes and the benediction On Friday evening the service *111 ; consist of the * Way of the Croas" and the benediction On Sunday evening, the program will be the Rosary, a aer-1 mon by Rev Fr Lawler and the bene diction of WILLIAM RIMBEY PASSES AWAY IN > HALSTEAD, KANS. tan Mi >. d. F Blakeman of Murrayvllle has received word by telegram of the death of her brother, William Rimbey, Rimbey, pi Halstead. Kansas. Funeral1 Services will be held In Kansas Thursday Thursday afternoon Mr Rimbey was formerly a resident resident of Morgan coumy and N» n any friends as well as relatives In this neighborhood. * He U survived by his widow, Mrs

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 27 Apr 1932, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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