Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1953 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 16, 1953
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, Til. Ontario Congregational James L, Parker, minister. Church school, 10. Morning worship, ll, with sermon: "Unless They Are Sent." No Youth Group meeting. Potluck supper Sunday evening with guests from Watagn to hear Mrs, Perry Tibbetls, religious worker with Protestant Indians in Rapid City, S. D. Next Saturday is to be observed by Youth Group as Work Day Tor Christ. Itermon Methodist James E. Mahoncy, minister. Church school for all classes, 10. Morning worship, 11. London Mills Methodist James 13. Mahoncy, minister. Morning worship, 10. Church school, 11, Family night, Friday at 7. Wataga Congregational II. IT. Baughman, pastor. Church school, 10. Morning worship, 11, with sermon: "Who Will Cross the Line?" Enlistment Sunday for service with the King. Joint potluck supper and missionary meeting Sunday evening with Ontario Church to hear Mrs. 'Perry Tibbetts, Protestant Indian worker of Rapid City, S. D. Solicitation being made for Church auction sale of Saturday, Nov. 14. Rally Day in church and church school, Sunday, Oct. 25 with home visitations the preceding week. Silent meditation each day for peace. Yates City Presbyterian The Rev. Charles J. Pardee, pastor. Church school, 9:45. Morning service, 11, with sermon: "The Church of Jesus Christ." Westminster Fellowship, Junior High at 6 p.m. and Senior High at 7 p.m. Altona Immanuel Lutheran M. Arthur Johnson, pastor. Morning worship, 10, Sunday school and Bible classes, 11:15. Brotherhood Sunday with special offering. Luther League, 7:30 with confirmation class invited. All Day work meeting at Children's home at Andover Thursday. Inform Mrs. McKie what dish will be brought. Altona Methodist Sunday school, 10, Laymen to have charge of service at 11. Woman's Society and bazaar, starting at 5. District M.Y.F. at Monmouth, cars to leave Woodhull parsonage at 2 p.m. Saturday.^ Altona- Presbyterian Ralph E. Osborne, minister. Morning worship, 10, including Harvest Home Festival. Church school, 11. Centennial committee meeting at*Church Supper room, 3. Bible study and prayer meeting in sanctuary, Thursday. London Mills E.U.B. Thomas Lowery, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 10:50. Evening worship, 7:30. Youth for Christ this Saturday at 7:30 at Methodist Church with the Rev. R, V. Henry, Fairview, guest speaker. Adults also invited. Victoria Methodist Donald T. Caspers, pastor, Church school, 9:45. Worship sdrvice, 11. Center Prairie Methodist Donald T. Caspers, pastor. Worship service, 9:30. Church school, 10:30. Lorn ax Christian Rev. J.. F. Martin, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11. Evening service, 7:30. Choir practice, Thursday at 7. Lomax Nazarcnc Rev. J. V. Morsch, pastor. Sunday school, 1.0. Morning wor ship, 11. N.Y.P.S., 6:45. Evangc listic service, 7:30, and Midweek prayer service, Wednesday at 7:30. Douglas Methodist William Henry Day, pastor. Preaching, 9:45, on theme: "The Magnetic Forces Controlling Humanity." Sunday school after preaching. Yates City Methodist William Henry Day, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Preaching, 11, on theme: "The Magnetic Forces Controlling Humanity." Prayer and Evangelism meeting, Thursday at 7:30. Birthday dinner at church, tonight. Family Night, Thursday, Oct. 22, with Miss Dorothy Taylor of Hanna City with story of visit to Palestine, 7:30. Special membership and evangelism meetings every night except Saturday. Friday, Oct. 23, at 7:30, theme will be: "What Are We Anyway?" Williamsficld Methodist Clyde Carpenter, minister. .Sunday school, 10. Worship service, 11, observing Layman's Sunday. Robert Mackie, lay leader, will be in charge of service. Thomas Butler will deliver message Dahinda Methodist Clyde Carpenter, minister. Sunday school, 9:30. 10:30. Galesburg district Luther- ait pastors and wives meet at parsonage, Tuesday at 2:30. District meet at 3 :30 at church with the Rev. Nils Bostrom of Sweden, speaker. Wives of church board to serve dinner to visitors at 5:30. Public service at 7:45. New Windsor Presbyterian ' Lawrence Thompson, pastor. Sunday school, 10, Divine worship, 11. Men's meeting of presbytery at Sterling at 3:30. Presbyter- ial at Norwood, Wednesday at 10. Meeting of session, trustees and officers of Woodhull and New Windsor churches, Wednesday at 7:30 at New Windsor. Women's Missionary Society visit to Mercer County Home at Aledo, Thursday, meeting at church at 2. Choir rehearsal, Thursday at 7:30. Detective Speak* To Victoria PTA VICTORIA — William Allison, detective on the Galesburg police force, spoke at the Victoria Parent- Teacher Association meeting Monday evening. Fifty members were present for the meeting held at the school.« Mr. Allison's talk on "Safe Driv ing Is Your Responsibility" was both interesting and Informative. He also showed a color film, "A Day in Court." Wilfred Wager, president, conducted the business meeting held prior to the program. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Nov. 9. To Dedicate Church At East Galesburg On October 25th EAST GALESBURG—Plans being made for the dedication of;|g« from ,,asl « r Bostron of Swe- Clyde Carpenter, Worship service, school, 10:30. minister. 9:30. Sunday Calvary Lutheran (New Windsor) Rudolf Nilson, pastor Sunday School, 10. Divine Wor ship, 11. Luther League hayrackim. •,, • ., „. . , _ party Wednesday evening. Fern& Com ™ mty 'p hur £\ al <? pHm Leaf Society meets Thursday at S " nda , y '« 0cl - f A . The ? u " da .y 8 at Mrs. Victor Reem's home. s ?. ho ° ,s reported increasing in Confirmation class, Saturday at io.a« e ndance since the summer va- Ications. Prayer meeting is held each Thursday evening at 7:30. T/Ulhcrans Hold District Meeting At N. Henderson A meeting of the Galesburg District, Augustana Lutheran Church, will be held noxf Tuesday at Zion Lutheran Church in North Henderson. Prior to the pastor's meeting al 3:30, pastors and wives will be guests of Dr. and Mrs. Emil F. Bergren at. the parsonage. At. the 3:30 meeting at the church, (he Ro\. Nels Bostrom of Sweden will spe;ik. Wives of the members of the board n r administration will serve supper to visitors at 5:30 p. m. The Rev. Oscar Bohman, Canton, president, of tiic district, will officiate at the 7:30 service when the Rev. I). V. Charlson of Galva will bring the message. The Itcv. Glenn Andersor of Knoxville-Wataga parish, will be lilurgist. Sermon topic will bo, "The Way of iOod." There will also be a greet- Friday, October lfc 5053 | Fill Out This Blank to Aid Church Census RELIGIOUS ClNftUt CAftO rlJOTl rfl'm.-. ii i in" , r Him' i iHiii'i family N»mi, N<rt at. heme *j tiUMii trifofflittiftff N« r#tlgt «ut prawane*. J Mr „. MM „ .... C I sot bit Biggsvlllc U.P. James G. McClelland, minister Worship service, 10. Church school, 11. Builders Youth meeting, 6:30 al church. October session meeting, Wednesday at 8. I»lggsvillc~Mclhodist John I. O.sborn, minister Morning worship, 10, with sermon: "The Soul's Greatest Enemy." Sunday school, 11. District Youth rally, Monmouth, 3. Evening worship, 7:30, with ser. mon: "Mistaken Notions of Scripture Cleared Up." Prayer meet- way to school, Young people meet each Monday evening in the church basement. M Ontario People Hear Mrs. Tibbets Sunday Evening Mrs. Percy Tibbets of Rapid City, S. D.. Congregational Christian counsellor and social and religious worker with the Protestant Indians of that city, will speak at the Ontario Congregational Church Sunday evening, Oct. 18. Born and raised on the Santee There are 200 different types of cheese. Alt. trull Pi* Hit What too»i Chureh or Surtday &eho6i hart? D «nomirtatlonf Wh«r«, If «|««wh«r«f tm 1111)11.11 ^1 -•A THIS IS RELIGIOUS CENSUS FORM upon which enumerators will note information in the citywide canvass of Sunday afternoon. Those who will not be at home Sunday may clip the form, note information desired and leave same attached to front door or at convenient place where it will be visible to enumerators. The cards will be checked on Monday. ing for youth Monday morning at 8:15.. Family^ioux Reservation in Nebraska, supper and program, Wednesday Mrs ' Tibbets was educated at the at 0:30. Choir practice, Wednes-(Congregational Mission school at day at 8. Fall district meeting a t' Santee a "d at Hampton Institute -- • - - - 'in Virginia. The wife of the Rev. Perry Tib- i bets, both Mrs. Tibbets and herj husband have been for about two years workers with the Protestant' Indians of Rapid City and in charge of a Community Service Center built for the use of members of all minority groups. This is sponsored by the South Dakota Council of Churches and the Pennington County Council of Galesburg, Friday at 2 p.m. Wataga Lutheran Glenn L. Anderson, pastor Prayer meditation, 9:20. iMorn- ing service, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:45. Mission Festival, Sunday, Oct. 25. RUMMAGE SALE CIRCLE 10 Saturday. Oct. 17th First Methodiit Church Csrntr Kollogfl * Fcrrii Sti. DOOM Optn 8 A. M. Oneida Presbyterian The Rev. Ernest Richards, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Divine worship, 11. Circles meet Wednesday at 2 as follows: Circle 1, with Mrs. Adolph Thalmann; Circle 2, with Mrs. Vernon Sw,anson, and Circle 3, with Mrs. Merle Flickinger. Avon Federated Marvin E. Maris, minister. Sunday school, 10. Worship, 11, with sermon: "The Christian Hope, 'Love Hopeth All Things'." Youth Fellowship, 5. Marlene Jennings, discussion leader and Karen Sundberg, devotions leader. Couple's Club, 6:30, with supper followed by speaker, the Rev. William Henry Day, Yates City, speaking on The United Nations." Senior choir, Wednesday at 7:30. Junior choir, Thursday at 7:30. Messiah Lutheran (Henderson Grove) Dr. Emil F. Bergren, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11, theme: "Faithful to Trust." Confirmation Class, Saturday at 10. Zion Lutheran {North Henderson) Morning worship, 9:30, theme "Use of Talents." Sunday school Avon Methodist Donald J. Jones, minister Sunday school, 10. Morning wor ship, 11, with Dean Lock, speaker Churches, on subject: "Christ Calls Men." The Center has a Fellowship Male Chorus and quartet to pro- Room available for group meet- vide music. Senior Youth Fcllow-jings dealing with religion, child ship leaves for Monmouth to at-:care, social problems and other tend Louth Rally, 1:30. Juniorjtimely matters. It holds sewing M.Y.F. meets at church, 5:30. Ma-jclasses, fellowship gatherings and quon W.S.C.S. meeting, 9:30, Mon-jcarries on a recreational program day. Choir practice, 7, Thursday.! Galesburg District, annual rneet,JHftl^ York Friday. Christian party, Saturday. mux mug wuiaiHii, Trim * iv-v. , „. _ 1( „ v.„,,~ I Seeds speaking on subject: "God'lwo daughters of Affton, Mo have Calls Men." Sunday school, 10:30. returned home after a visit withjl Intermediate Youth Fellowship, 4. her parents Links Class Prairie City Methodist Donald J. Jones, minister Morning worship, 9:30 with Fred LITTLE YORK—Miss Pearl Cooper of Colchester has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Keithley. Mr. and. Mrs. E. G. Reifsteck and!| When does a bargain become a VALUE? Senior Youth Fellowship, 6:30. Colchester meeting of W.S.C.S., Thursday at 9:30. Oneida Methodist Richard Brinkman, minister Church school, 10. Worship service, 11, with J. Marion Butler, district lay leader speaking at Layman's Day observance. Official board, 2:30. District Youth Rally, Monmouth, 3. W.S.C.S. at church, 9:20 a. m. Wednesday,, with all women to wear aprons. Senior Choir practice, 7:15 and Senior Hi M.Y.F., 8, both Thursday. Fall District meet, Galesburg, Friday. Melody choir practice at 3 Saturday. Maxey Chapel Methodist Richard Brinkman, minister Worship service, 9:30. Church school, 10:30. District Youth Rally, Monmouth, 3. Worship service, 7:30. Men's Club at Church, Monday at 7:30. W.S.C.S. fall meeting at 9:30 at Maquon; Youth choir practice, 7:30 and prayer service and Bible study, 8, all on Thursday. Fall district meeting at Galesburg, Friday at 2. Mr. and Mrs. Charles | McBride. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson and two children of] Galesburg were also visitors at the McBride home. Mr. and Mrs. George Howard have gone to the New England states on a trip. Mrs. Estill Arnold left for a visit with relatives in Wisconsin. Mrs. Nelle - Smith and sister, Mrs. Mable Shoemaker, have returned home from their trip to Armstrong. British Columbia, Vancouver, Portland, and Medford,|| Ore. Meerschaum, used in the making of fine pipes, is a mineral dug in Asia Minor. It is cheese­ like in consistency when first mined, but hardens rapidly when exposed to the air. A bargain becomes a value when every cent of every dollar you spend pay) you back in service and satisfaction. That's why your telephone is such a big value. It is at your service day and night, in good weather or bad, every day in the year. What else do you buy that provides as much all -round service and satisfaction at so until a cost? Draper Utah Queens Make Own Selection, DRAPER, Utah Ut— Lou Dunyon has found a painleess method for [ picking a beauty queen. In a celebration here, Dunyon had two sections of Draper each elect 6 girls to compete for Draper's queen title. Each sextet was then asked to do its own judging to pick a semifinalist. Then the remaining pair drew straws. RUMMAGE SALE Friday. Oct. 16 4 P.M. Saturday. Oct. 17 I A.M. Spomorod by Corpui Chrlstl P.T.A. 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