Londoft Mills Methodist James E. Mahoney, minister. Morning worship, 10. Church ichool, 11. M.Y.F., 7. Family Night, Friday at 7. llcrmon Methodist James E. Mahoney, minister. Church school, 10. Morning worship, 11. Ontario Congregational James L. Parker, minister. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship with sermon, "Alive To True Value," 11. Youth Group's annual election, G:30. There will be a brief business meeting of the church at 11. Annual Woman's League bazaar and dinner, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. Yates City Methodist The* Rev. William II. Day, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Preaching on theme, "A Serious Hindrance," 11. Losers of Sunday school contest entertain winners at noon and afternoon. Special meetings begin Oct. 18 at 7:30 and continue through week. Family night, Oct. 22 when Miss Dorothy Taylor of Hanna City will show pictures obtained 'Hiring her tour of Palestine. Douglas Methodist The Itcv. William II. Day, pastor. Preaching at 9:45 on theme, "A Serious Hindrance." Sunday school after preaching. Preaching Sunday evening at 7:30; theme: "The Closed Season." Lomax Christian The Rev. J. F. Martin, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11. Evening service, 7:30. Choir, Thursday at 7:30. Lomax Nazarene The Rev. J. V. Morsch, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11, N.Y.P.S., 6:45. Evangelistic service, 7:30. Midweek prayer, Wednesday at 7:30. Orange Chapel Methodist The Rev. Julius J. Webb, pastor. Sunday school, 10. M.Y.F., 6:45. Evening worship, 7:30. W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday at 1:25 p.m. at home of Mrs. Fred Cook. Altona Methodist Arno Hutchinson, pastor Sunday School, 10. Worship, 11, with sermon, "Sin and Grace," based on Romans 5:20. Official board meets tonight at home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thuline at 7:30. Finance commission meets there also at 7, Yates City Presbyterian The Rev. Charles J. Pardee, pastor. Church School, 9:30. Morning worship, 11, with sermon, "Sprit- ual Service." Westminster Fellowship groups meet "at Lewistown Sunday afternoon and evening, Women's Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon at home of Mrs. Ear! Rogers. Fall Presbyterial to meet at Canton, Thursday. Register at 9:30. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IOC St. Joseph ASPIRIN SAVE M0RE-3UY 200 TABLETS 790 New Windsor Presbyterian Lawrence Thompson, minister Sunday School, 10. Divine worship, 11. Ladies Aid, Tuesday invited to a tea at Ophicm Church at 2 p.m. Twentieth Centry Class meets at Carl Johnson home, with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Walsten, as hosts. Also, Presbyterial at Norwood Thursday. Woman's Missionary Society to visit Mercer County Home at Alcdo at 2:30. Alpha Baptist Marvin Kemp, pastor Morning worship, 9:30. Sunday School, 10:30. Choir practice, Wednesday at 7:30, followed by Bible Study. B.Y.F., 6:30. Sunday evening worship, 7:30. New Windsor Lutheran Rudolf Nilson, pastor Sunday School, 10. Divine worship, 11. Lutheran Brotherhood Tuesday at 8 with E. W. Johnson, Gus and Kenneth Chilberg, Arthur and Eugene Benson and Franklin Stevenson, hosts. Woman's Missionary Society meets Friday at 2 with Mrs. Arthur Benson and Mrs. A. G. Youngberg, hostesses. Confirmation Class, Saturday at 10. Dahinda Methodist Clyde Carpenter, minister Worship service, 9:30, with sermon, "Guideposts." Sunday School, 10:30. Williamsfield Methodist Clyde Carpenter, minister Sunday School, 10:30. Morning worship, 11, with sermon, "Guide posts." Vesper service at 4 with installation of M.Y.F. officers to which adults have also been invited. Elmore Methodist Clyde Carpenter, pastor. Sunday School, 9:30. Altona Presbyterian Ralph E. Osborne, minister Morning worship with sermon, "Not What — But Whom," 10. Church School, 11. Westminster Fellowship Rally at First Presbyterian Church, Lewistown. Supper reservations. Session meeting in minister's study, 7:30. Bible Study and prayer meeting in sanctuary Thursday at 7. Peoria- Presbyterial (Society fall district meeting at | First Federated Church, Elmira, with all women of church invited. Avon Methodist j Donald J. Jones, minister > Sunday School, 10. iCally Day program, 11. Senior Youth Fellowship and Intermediate Youth Fellowship, both at 5:30 at church. Methodist Men meet at Church Monday at 7:30. Kum-Join-Us Class party Wednesday at 7:30 at church. C practice, Thursday at 7:30. ( il board meeting at church, I y at 7:30. Prairie City Methodist Donald J. Jones, minister Morning worship, 9:30, the sermon, "The Folly of Fakery." Sunday school, 10:30. Intermediate Youth Fellowship, 4. United Youth Fellowship at Presbyterian Church, 6:30. Avon Federated The Rev. Marvin E. Maris, minister. Rally Day with combined Sunday school and church service, 10:30. Sermon, "The Open Doors of Our Church." Baptism of infants, admission of new members, and giving of Sunday school attendance awards. Family dinner following the service. Public school teach- 'ers have been especially Iftvlted this day. Youth Fellowship, 5, with Vfcki Schleich conducting devotions and John R. Chatterton, the discussion. Trustees' monthly business meeting Tuesday. Senior choir rehearsal Tuesday at 7:30 and Junior choir, Thursday at 7. ADD OUT CHURCHES Wataga Congregational B. I!. Baughman, pastor. Church school, 10. Morning worship, 11, with sermon, "Looking Thitherward." Special music by choir, Choir rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30'. Silent meditation for peace each day at noon. Rally Day for Church and School, Oct. 18, Auction sale, Nov. 14. Victoria Methodist Donald T. Caspers, pastor. Church school, 0:45. Worship service, 11. Center Prairie Methodist Donald T. Caspers, pastor. Worship service, 9:30. Church school, 10:30. Altona Immanucl Lutheran M. Arthur Johnson, pastor. Sunday is visiting day. District Luther League Rally at First Lutheran, Galesburg, 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Wataga W. M. S. guests of local W. M. S. at 3 p. m„ with Mrs. Leonard Nelson, Mrs Clyde Nelson and Mrs. Harvey Lindeen, hostesses. Choir practice Thursday at 8. Brotherhood Sunday, Oct. 18, with special offering. Luther League at 7:30, Oct. 18, with confirmation class invited. Kathryn Cummins and Lilian Ry- landcr, committee. All-day work at Andover Thursday, Oct, 22. Rio Presbyterian , Sunday school, 10. Worship 'service, 11, with Henry Stenner, senior at McCormick Theological Seminary, in charge as candidate. Congregational meeting to follow .service. Ladies Service Guild and choir rehearsal Thursday. Guild rummage sale and in evening Guild will have charge of lunch stand at McKee hog sale. Oneida Presbyterian The Rev. Ernest Richards, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Divine worship, 11.,. Women's Association meets Wednesday at 2 with Mrs. Carl Lingwall, Mrs, Otis Edwards and Mrs. Howard Henderson giving program on "Highlights of Religious Literature." Devotions by Mrs. Will Rice. Presbyterial I meets at Elmira Friday at 2. Oneida Methodist . H. R. Brinkman, Minister Church school, 10. Morning worship, with solo by Gale Adams, 11. Junior Hi M.Y.F., 5. Worship service with old fashioned "hymn- sing," 7:30. M.Y.F. Counselors meet at Galesburg, 7:30, Monday. Executive meeting of WSCS at home of Mrs. H. R. Brinkman at 2, Wednesday. Three meetings are set for Thursday, namely, WSCS Group meeting at North Henderson* at 10 a.m.; Senior choir practice at 7:15 and Senior M.Y.F. at 8. On Saturday, Melody Choir prac tices at 3 p. m. Maxey Chapel Methodist II. R. Brinkman, Minister Worship service, 9:30. Church school, 10:30. Men's Club meets at church at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Annual chicken supper and bazaar are Wednesday starting at 4:30. Youth choir practice at 4:30 p. m. Friday Zion Lutheran (North Henderson) Dr. Emil F. Bergren, Pastor Morning worship, 9:30, with theme: "A New Vision." Sunday school, 10:30. Woodhull Presbyterian Lawrence Thompson, Pastor Morning worship, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:30. Youth Institute at Edgington Sunday evening. Youth Fellowship meets at Krans home at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Wimodausis Class meets Wednesday evening at 7:30 with musical tea to feature Church night supper set for Oct. 29th. The Methodist Parish Robert E. McWilliams, Pastor Woodhull—Sunday school, 10. Junior worship, 10:50. Morning worship, 11. Clover Chapel—Worship, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:30. Woodhul St. John's Catholic The Rev. W. V. Carney, Pastor Mass at 8:30, second and fourth Sundays; at 10:15, first, third and fourth Sundays. Woodhull Bethany Lutheran M. Arthur Johnson, Vice Pastor F. E. Anderson, Pastor-Emeritus Sunday school, 9. Morning worship, 10:45. District Luther League rally at Galesburg, 3:30 and 7:30 p.m. Luther League hayrack ride and wiener roast, Monday evening, with members to meet at church at 6:30. Ladies invited to tea at Ophiem Lutheran church at 2 Tuesday. Combined Brotherhood; Norwood Presbyterian Church Will Get Achievement Award From State Synod The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg; 111 Friday, October & 1953 } 6 Set Christian Science Lecture Ttieidiiy ALEXIS — The congregation of the Norwood Presbyterian Church will be honored Sunday morning at 11 o'clock when the minister will officially present to the trustee* of the church an Achievement Award. The Award comes froth the Synod of Illinois. It states that the Norwood Presbyterian Church has met the achievement requirements and has thus become a Rural Church of Distinction. The Award is presented annual ly to churches (located in a town of 2,500 population or under) that are outstanding in the following fields: parish administration, worship, evangelism, Christian education, missions, stewardship and finances, and property and equipment. The minister, the Rev. J. L. Young, is very happy to announce that Norwood is one of the few churches in the state of Illinois to receive the Achievement Award this year. He slates that this has been made possible by the fine spirit of loyalty and co-operation that is shown by the congregation. Norwood Presbyterian Church How to apply Bible teachings to problems of the individual and the home will be the topic of a public lecture on Christian Science to be delivered in Galesburg Tuesday evening, October 13, by Arnold 11. Exo of Chicago, it was announced today. A member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, Mr. Exo will speak under the auspices of First Church of Christ Scientist in the First Christian Church at 8 o'clock. His subject will be "How Christian Science Blesses the Individual and the Family." Mr. Exo is currently on a nationwide lecture tour. A native of Iowa, he had a successful career in the sales and advertising field prior to leaving the business world to devote his full time to the practice of Christian Science. He has been active in the denomination since 1928 and served as a Christian Science Wartime Minis ter during World War II. He has been an authorized teacher of Christian Science since 1949. Arnold II. Exo 5 LAST A SERIES Disabled Are Employable You'll find it in the Classified Pages of Your Telephone Directory It's easier on your fect, your back-, your patience—* md you save time—when shopping with the handy Classified Pages of your Telephone Directory as a guide. There at your fingertips—while you are com* fortably settled in a chair—are all the businesses, serv. ices and products you need! Remember-~whcn you're looking for something, you'U find it quicker mi easier in the Classified Pages! Biggs ville United Presbyterian The Rev. James McClelland, minister Morning worship, 10, when Laymen's Day will be observed with four laymen of the church to discuss, "Christian Stewardship of Time, Abilities and Treasures." Church school, 11. Pioneers and Builders, 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship meeting on Tuesday evening with Dr. Vanderwort, Kirkwood, as speaker. Wednesday Evening Youth Club, 3:30 to 6:30, with dinner to be served. Three Churches To Join in Preaching Mission Oct. 28th WILLIAMSFIELD — Plans for a Preaching Mission in the Meth- |odist churches of the Williams- jfield-Dahinda, Elmore charge hav« ;been made and the dates set for Oct. 28 to Nov. 6. Rev. Frank Pierce, pastor of the Alpha Church, who is to be the speaker at the meetings, met Monday evening with the local commission on membership and evangelism to make arrangements. A schedule of the services in the three churches will be announced. HOLDING RESPONSIBLE positions in the administrative phase of the business, three more disabled workers are shown here performing a good job for the Midwest Manufacturing Corp. in Galesburg, which is among organizations sharing in the current observance of National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week. These workers are (from left) Howard A. Draile, 434 W. Dayton St., accounts payable supervisor; L. I. Teach, 1431 Clark St., assistant auditor, and J. K. Likes, 261 N. Arthur Ave., assistant secretary and auditor. Teach and Likes have been physically impaired from polio since the age of 2, while DralleS leg was amputated as result of wounds sustained in action with the Air Force in 1944 on a mission over Germany during World War II. Free Lecture on Christian Science . "How Christian Science Blesses the Individual and the Family." . Arnold H. Exo, C.S.B., of Chicago, Illinois. M«mfa«r of th« Board of lectureship of The Mothtr Church, Tha Fir if Church of Christ, Scientist, in Bolton, Mmachutetts. . FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Broad and North Streets Auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Galesburg, Illinois TIME Tuesday Evening, October 13, 1953. at 8:00 o'clock. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND SUBJECT . LECTURER PLACE. . . and Women's Missionary Society family night meeting at church Thursday at 7:30. Films, music and refreshments. Messiah Lutheran (Henderson Grove) Dr. Emil F. Bergren, Pastor Sunday school, 10. Morning worship with theme: "The Blind See," 11. Woman's Missionary work meeting at h o m e of Mrs. Sid Heagy, Wednesday at 2. Confirmation class, Saturday at 10. Sunday afternoon and evening district Luther League Rally at First Lutheran church, Galesburg. Biggsville Methodist John I. Osborn, minister Morning worship, 10, Sunday school, 11. M.Y.F., at 5:45 for social hour preceding meeting at 6:30. Evening worship, 7:30. Choir practice, Wednesday at 8. ! The disabled veteran and the i physically handicapped worker have a rightful place in the eco-<'gf|i|| nomic structure of the community, i READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS He Sleeps Like a Top TUMSQeietsd His Acid Stonach No longer does he lie awake because of excess stomach acid. No longer does he toss and tarn wiih that queasy, restless feeling. He just takes 1 or 2 Turns as a "nightcap" before he goes to bed. Then sleeps like a top—wakes up fresh and "win' to go." Always keep Turns handy to counteract gas, | heartburn, acid indigestion. Get a roll to have on hana tonight. StftfoWy Wfalaff OPEN HOUSE DON'S FLOWER SHOP 959 EAST MAIN STREET ALL DAY Saturday & Sunday Celebrating our 3" ANNIVERSARY Everyone Welcome to Visit Our Newly Decorated Shop. REGISTER FOR BEAUTIFUL FREE GIFTS Free Flowers For All The Ladies Our many friends are responsible for our success in Galesburg, so we just feel like celebrating. The shop is packed with beautiful items that we want everyone to see. And too — we have some Anniversary Specials. nutt rot rwi TVMNT BUYING Scrap Paper (All Paper)' . TURN YOUR OLD PAPER INTO MONEY I A Beautiful Fall and Winter Bouquet of strawflowers, etc, in a lovely "Haeger" vase that you can use at a television lamp. A $5 value for only WHILE THEY LAST! WE BUY: • Iron • Metal • Rags * Batteries cCABE SCRAP IRON AND ATERIALS COMPANY Serving Galesburg For 97 Years Ferris at Academy Streets Phone 4414. If you enjoy visiting flower shops don't fail to visit "DON'S" during this Third Anniversary Open House. "Don's Flower Shop" is owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Don Cunningham, who have but one store and are not affiliated with any other flower shop in Galesburg. A great big THANK YOU to our many,* many wonderful customer* that we have served these first three years and hope we may continue to serve you for many years to come.
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