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to THE REGISTER-NEWS -- MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951 CHURCHES Attend Church Services j^^^tjvvvvyyiV^ri**************** 8ALEM SOUTH ASSOCIATION V Hie regular monthly meeting of the workers of Salem South Baptist Sunday School Association will be held with the Camp Ground Baptist church at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, June 24. A good program ha;; been planned of great interest to all work- en and those interested in progress of Sunday School. , ' C. J. BADGER, Sec.-Treas. NA80X FBEE WILL BAPTIST JACK KETTERMAN. Minister Saturday service, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. League, 6:15 p.m. Sunday evening service, 7:30. Prayer service Friday, 7:30 p.m. Students from the Bible College will put on a special program Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Proceeds go for the Youth Camp. MT. VERNON METHODIST CIRCUIT JOSEPH C. HARRIS, Minister Pleasant Grove: Morning worship, 9:00. Church School, 10 a.m. Marvin $ledge, Supt. West Salem: Church School, 10 a.m. Wilbur Jones, Supt. Morning worship, 11:00. Hopewell: Church School, 10 a.m. Donald Dalby, Supt. OAKLAND FREE WILL BAPTIST BRO. OREN KERSH, Pastor Services this Saturday night, June 23, at 7:30. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sunday morning worship, 11:00. There will be a program given on Sunday evening by Reba and Maurine Edwards of Sesser for the benefit of the Free Will Baptist Tabernacle at 7:30. FANTHEB FORK MISSIONARY BAPTIST ROY HEAL, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a.m. Prayer meeting and Bible study each Wednesday night. Sunday, July 1, will be our homecoming. The Fellowship quartet will be there to sing. Bro. Paul Cravens will bring the message. RABMONT BAPTIST CHURCH OTIS FENTON, Pastor Saturday evening services, 7:45, followed by regular monthly business meeting. Bible School, 10 a.m. J. R. Ed- inison, Supt.; Mabel. McDonald, pianist. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evening services at 7:45. ELK PRAIRIE CHRISTIAN CHURCH GRANT HAWKINS, Minister Elk Prairie Christian church .will have their annual homecoming Sunday, June 24. Bible School at 10 a.m. Preaching and communion service at 11 a.m. Basket dinner at noon with plenty of chicken. The afternoon service will begin at 2 p.m. with special singing by the Homeland Harmonaires. Melvin Coffman of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, will bring the message. There will be no evening serv- lce.\ PLEASANT VIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH : BRO. S. E. COLE, Pastor 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School. Bro. Leslie Hall, Supt. * 11:00 a.m.—Preaching by the pastor. .7:30 p.m.—Preaching by the pastor. Prayer meeting each Thursday evening at 7:30. DELAFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH L. A. ADAMS, Pastor This Sunday will be our annual Homecoming. Days service will be ^s follows: Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Bro. Wilton Smithpters, Supt,; Mrs. Treva Daily, pianist. Preaching service 11:00 a. m. Message by the Pastor. Basket dinner will be served at noon hour. Afternoon service.- Special singing by Bro. and Sister Mitchell of Norris City and some home talent Singing. Message by Bro. C^rup Maulding. There will be no Sunday evening services. SPRING GARDEN CHURCH LEPTON HARPOLE, Pastor Services over the week end as follows: Saturday night service at 7:45. Sabbath School at 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. Sunday night service at 7:45. There will be a fellowship meeting July 6, starting at 7:45. Denean Taylor of Whittington will be the speaker. There will be a quartet and special singing. BLUFORD BAPTIST CHURCH EVERETT APGAR, Pastor Res. 1012 S. 26th—Phone 3618-WX Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Willis Keele, Supt; Dwight Bray, Asst. Supt.; Claude L. Butler, song leader; Grace Russell,. pianist. Morning service at 10:30. B.T.U. at 6:30 p.m. Evennig service at 7:30. Family Night at City Park Saturday at 6 p.m. Bring covered dish. If it is raining, come any way— we have arranged, for kitchen. Wednesday prayer and praise •envice at 7:30 pni. Mrs. Apgar in charge. ' OLD UNION BAPTIST CHURCH SAM McCOY, Pastor Bible School, 9:30 a.m. Frank Pureell, Supt. > Morning worship hour, 10:30. Ed Tennyson, song leader; Delores Pureell, pianist. We will observe tthe Lord's Supper at the morniqg service. ' Evening service, at 8:00. Prayer meeting^ Wednesday at T:30 pjn. Bro. Shaw wiU be the Itsder for the evening. Wc wiU start haVing B.T.U. the lint Saodsy in Jilly. SUGAR CAMP BAPTIST CHURCH RRO. KENNETH HOLLAND, Pastor Week end services will be as follows: Commencement exercises for our Vacation Bible School will be held on Friday night. Satiirday night preaching and business meeting. Sunday is our homecoming and there will be "all-day" meeting. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church service, 11 a.m. Special singing by pupils of Vacation Bible School. Reading—Midhael Neal. Duet—Judy and Marshall M. Cross. Reading—Phyllis Smith. Preaching by the pastor. Basket dinner at noon hour. 1:00 p.m.—Singing by Park Avenue Baptist Quartet. Roll call. Singing—Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Gholson. Afternoon address by the Rev. Eugene Auxier. TAYLOR HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH ELD. J. R. McDUFFY, Pastor ELD. JARVIS MARSHALL, Supply Pastor Bro. J. A. McKitrick, Supt. Virginia McKitrick, pianist Services over the week end as follows: Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Qasses for all ages. Bro. Earl Green, song leader. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Virginia McKitrick will be the leader. SUNDAV SCHOOL LESSON B¥ WILLIAM E. GILROY. D. D. BONNIE METHODIST CHURCH GEORGE ROSE, Pastor 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. Otis Braddy, Supt. Flannelgraph lesson. Classes for all ages. 11 a.m.—Morning worship. Message by pastor. 7:00 p.m.—Junior service. 7:30 p.m. — E\'ening worship. Sermon by pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Leader, Bertram Hale. OPDiTlE BAPTIST CHURCH RAY WILKIE, Pastor Sammie Burnett, Supt. Pauline Marlow, pianist Grace Burnett, song leader 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., prayer service. Sister Wilkie, leader. The present pastor and all officers were re-elected for the coming year. Attention all Juniors: We will start our journey to Palestine on Sunday, July 1. SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST ROY BEAL, Pastor Services ov the week end are as follows: Sunday School at 10 a.m., followed by worship service at 11. Services Sunday night at 7:45. BAKERMLLE CHURCH MARSH HARPOLE, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Omar Smith, Supt. Morning worship 11:00 a, m. Evening worship 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday night 7:30 p. m. WOODLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH PAUL CRAVENS, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Eugene Russeli, Supt.; Margaret Schmidt, songleader; Lela Clark, pianist. Preaching 11:00 a. m. Sermon by Pastor. B. T. U. 7:00 p. m. Leo Harlow, director. Evangelistic services 8 :00 p. m. Sermon by Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 7:30 p. m. and business meeting. Pastor will be called for the coming year. .CAMP GROUND BAPTIST CHURCH EVERETT LEMAY, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Bro. Ray Hi^smith, Supt. Our Associational Sunday School meeting will be held with our church on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. Worship services at 11:00 a. m. and ''7 :30 p. m. Bro. Glen Bunfill of Carbondale, 111. will preach in the absence of the pastor. Prayer service Wednesday evening at 7 :30 p. m. We will study the second chapter of Philippians in this service. LAIRD BAPTIST CHURCH MELVIN CHAMBLJSS, Pastor Lord's Day service as follows: Bible School 9:30 a, m. Bro. Nolan Phillips, Supt.; Grace Peyton, pianist; Bro. Glen Phillips, song leader. Classes for all ages. Prayer meeting every Thursday night at 8:00. Our regular preaching services second and fourth Sunday night 8:00; Sunday morning 10:30; Sunday nieht 8:00. There will be an ordination of Deacons Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. DIX-KELL METHODIST CIRCUIT LEO A. MABRY, Minister Old ShUoh: Church School, 10 a.m. Worship service, 11 a.m. Evening service at 7:30. Special singing. Kell Methodist: Revival meeting begins June 25 and continues to July 8. Preaching by Rev. L. A. Mabry, the pastor. Mrs. Mabry will be in charge of the singing. There will be special singing and special music. FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH , PAUL SULCER, Piistor Corner 11th and Jordan St. Our revival will continue Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. We are having some wonderful services and old fashion preaching. Evang. Alfred Rainey and wife Helen, singing and preaching the MAN'S TRAGIC INHUMANITY TO MAN The miracle of the growth and spread of Christianity in the ancient Roman world, the world dominated by Rome, from the little group of disciples of the lowly Nazarene, is equalled only by the miracle of the survival of Christ- anity despite the cruellest and bitterest persecution by pagan groups. Early Christianity shares that miragle with the Judaism from which it sprang, for Christians ha\e never suffered more terrible persecution that that with which Grecian conquerors had sought to paganize and corrupt the worship of tlie Temple. This was in the days of the Mac­ cabees, shortly befoi-e the Christian era. I have frequently told in these columns how in that persecution eight hundred Pharisees, then the party standing for the integrity and purity of their faith, had been crucified on a single day; and six thousand worshipers, protesting against the paganizing of the worship in the Temple, had been put to tlie sword within its very precincts. Would God that all such persecutions had been in the far distant past, or e\'en in the few centuries ago, when the Inquisition did its dastardly work, arid the fires of Smithfield burned! We know what Roman Catholic prelates and priests have suffered in communist - dominated European and Balkan countries, and at the present moment daily papers tell of what Roman Catholic missionairies are suffering in China. The persecution and massacres of Jews under Hitler and Hitler­ ites have made our twentieth century rife with a terrorism and destruction probably unequalled in all history, though present day horrors have recalled and emphasized the long tragedy of man's inhumanity to man. It is a devastating and terrifying record; yet not altogether terrifying, for with profound hope the evidence is clear and strong of the persistency of truth, and the power of religious faith, held with zeal and constancj', to survive against all the powers of hell. Persecution, moreover, is not to be thought of only in its more dire and terrible forms. There is a persecuting spirit prevalent in our own and other lands, which does not take on forms of physical cruelty, but which seeks, nonetheless, to besmirch and destroy those against whom it directs its intolerance. Such persecution often attacks even the noble and high-minded, by tactics of smearing, and lying, in the belief, unfortunately true, that many will believe lies if they are loudly and persistently told. The fact that religion persists against all the efforts to destroy it, and that truth crushed to earth does rise again, does not lessen the reality of the suffering of the persecuted, or minimize in any spirit. It is well that we should search our own hearts and lives, and see if there be in us any of that intolerance from which persecution springs. Zeal is not good, when it is not dominated by love. STATE COLLEGE BOARD TO BE INDEPENDENT Legislature Takes Normal Schools Out of Registration Dept. gospel. There is always something new. Special singing. Services start at 7:30 p. m. ELLIS MOUND BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday night service, 7:30. Sunday School, 10:00. Sam McCormick, Supt.; Grace Hawthorne, pianist. Classes for all ages. Morning Worship, 11:00. This is the annual homecoming of the church. A good program has been arranged for the day. LEBANON BAPTIST Lynchburg Road RAY WILKEY, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Preaching service, 10 :45 a, m. Lunch served immediately after service. Baptizing at 1:00 p. m. All who wish to go meet at the church. Preaching service in the evening at 8:00. Prayer meeting each Thursday at 8:00 p. m, PLEASANT HILL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH "The Church on the Salem Road" W. T. WARING, Pastor 1405 White Street — Phone 2847 10:00 a. m., Bible school, under the supervision of Superintendent Carl T. Jolly, to be followed by the pastor's message. 2:30 p. m., Associational Sunday school meeting at Camp Ground Baptist church. This will be super- infendent's day. 7:45 p. m.—Vacation Bible school demonstration. Wednesday: The midweek prayer service. With pastor in charge, followed by the regular monthly business session of the church. Thursday — Young People's Leadership Institute for Y. W. A., R. A., G. A. and Sunbeam leaders or prospective leaders. Miss Bessie Mae Ice, Miss Elaine Dickson and a worker from the Home Mission Board will be among the faculty at thai meeting. Our E X p ej t WHEEL BALANCING Goodyear SERVICE STORE S. 10th St. Phone 1101 By Assoclattd Press SPRINGFIELD. 111., June 22.-^ P.roposals to make the State Teachers College board independent of the Registration and Education Department advanced today to Governor Stevenson following Illinois Senate approval. The Senate passed the legislation yesterday by a vote of 46 to 0. The bills provide for appointment by the Governor of a nine member board; subject to Senate confirmation. The Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Finance Department director would be ex-officio members. The board would supervise the State Colleges and Universities at Macomb, Charleston, DeKalb and Normal. A bill to require a 60-day cooling off period before a divorce action could be filed was stricken from the Senate calendar by its sponsor. Sen. James W. Gray (D-East St. Louis). Bills to combine the unemployment compensation and free employment offices and one to set up an Illinois Turnpike Authority with power to issue bonds for turnpike projects were turned down in the Senate. Raise Fire Tax The Senate passed House approved bills to: Increase the fire protection district tax ceiling from 12% cents to 25 cents on each $100 valuation. Fix the pay of Airport Authority Commissioners at S15 a meeting instead of a flat $150 a month. Allow townships to levy a tax of „ cents on each $1,000 valuation for bridges built jointly with counties. Provide state regulation of vocational training schools. The House okayed and referred to the Senate for concurrence in amendments a bill to require candling of eggs, their identification accordingly and licensing by the State Agriculture Department of persons dealing in eggs. The House killed a bill to oblige law enforcers to grant a five per cent "tolerance" in determining truck overweight violations. Paris School Board Measures approved by the House and advanced to the Senate included those to: Increase from six to seven the number of board members in the Paris Union school district. Transfer the state motor carriers division, an agency regulating trucks, from the State Public Works Department to the Secre-'s tarv of State's office. Authorize the State Revenue Department to collect the state liquor gallonage tax on sales by importing distributors of liquor destined for dry states. The liquor bill was drafted by the department a stanch the flow of tax free Illinois liquor that officials in dry southern and southeastern states protested was bootlegged into their areas. Trust to Circus Fans' Honesty By Associated Press WOOD RIVER, 111.. June 22.— The Alton-Wood River Shrine Circus committee has decided to trust to the honesty of circus fans. S. E. Seymour, general chairman of the committee, said yesterday the circus will hold a second performance hero next Thursday, after it was rained out late Tuesday. Most of the fans left the first performance without rainchecks and a subsequent flood washed away the committee's ticket records. Mcxt Thursday, Seymour announced, anyone saying he attended the first circus showing will be admitted free to the replay. $1,000 Damages for Chimpanzee Bite By Associated Press SPRING CITY, Tenn., June 22— Mary, a big chimpanzee, bit a hand, but it wasn't the one which feeds him—it belonged to the police chief. It was an expensive bite, too. Judge Harold S. Duncan yesterday ordered the chimp's trainer, Dan Riley, to pay $1,000 damages to Chief J. C. Mincey, who said he was nipped Tuesday night when Fay's circus was in town. Black Maria to Be Painted White By Associated Press ST. I.GUIS, June 22.—The Black Maria will soon go the way of the gas light and the hitching post. The Police Department is putting six new patrol wagons into service. But they'll be pure white, with blue lettering, instead of the traditional black. The idea is to make them more noticeable. Minimum Pay Bill Discarded By Associated Press SPRINGFIELD, 111.. June 22.— The 75 -cent an hour minimum wage bill rested today on the top of a rapidly growing heap of proposals discarded by the Illinois legislature. The House rejected it 69 to 49 yesterday, with 77 favorable votes needed for approval. It would have affected an est: mated 750,000 workers in the- state. 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