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fOH MISSED COtlCt MOM lit F-V" • > Vv--- 1 > -v^.^^-^^.--.---; ••• :•.•:.•.•.>:•••••<• With the queen are the two flower girls- QUEEN DONA AND COURT — Dona Christensen, queen of Monmouth High School Homecoming, and her court, are shown on the queen's float in the parade held Friday afternoon. The two girls at the front end of the float are Ann Toal, left, freshman attendant; and Sharon Wine- bright, sophomore. Senior Marjorie Brantingham is to the left of JoEllen Hamilton, junior. In the picture at the bottom, entered by the Future Homemakers of America, the members present the "Basic 7 for Victory," recommending teamwork, alumni and cheering, among other things. To make the Hdmecoming a complete success the Zippers raced to a 250 win Canton. over ball team. He left school with a group of students in 1893 to he a chair pusher in 1893 in Chicago. He didn't return to college but School at Charles Spicer, on First Scot Grid Tea Dies at Age 84 MONMOUTH — Charles T.mnght at the Denny Spi.cer, 84, former Warren County Eleanor for eight years, resident, died Friday afternoon atffarming for eight years near Rose- Set Victory Adult Forum Sets Theme of Christian Hope MONMOUTH — "Christian Hope," has been selected as the main theme for the 1953-54 series of adult forums sponsored by the First Presbyterian. Church to be held Sunday evenings in the chapel. Geared towards promoting and understanding of the Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches, which will be held at Evanston next August/ these meetings are open to the general public. * The first of the series is set for Oct. 25. Opening the year's programs, Oct. 25, will be Dr. Lloyd Stephenson Hindman, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Davenport when he will discuss "Evangelism, the Mission of the Church to Those Outside Her Life." Following Dr. Hindman, on Nov. 22, will be Dr. Marcus Bach, well known member of the school of religion at the University of Iowa. His topic is "Inter-group Relations — The Church Amid Racial and Ethnic Tensions." Handling the discussion of "Social Questions — The Responsible So* ciety in a World Perspective" on Jan. 10, will be the pastor of the Evanston First Methodist Church, Dr. Harold J. Bosley. Coming to Monmouth in February will be Dr. Charles T. Leber, secretary of the Board of Missions, New York City. Confirmation of a definite date is pending the return of Dr. Leber from Europe where he has spent the summer studying behind the iron curtain. This past summer's experience will be invaluable as he tells of the fourth theme, "International Affairs—Christians in the Struggle for World Community." Only Layman Next on the agenda will be the only layman to appear as main speaker to the forum this year, Harold Belt, who recently retired as director of the Fred Harvey Co. of Chicago. Selected as his theme is "The Laity — The Christian in His Vocation," and it will be presented on March 14. Mr. Belt is now interested in the field of free-lance publishing and editing. Concludin List Five Meetings For Home Bureau MONMOUTH — Five Warren County Home Bureau units are scheduled to meet next week. On Tuesday at 2 p.m. the Maple City unit will meet at 2 p.m. at the Gift Nook in Monmouth. Meeting at the same time will be the Berwick unit for a home adviser meeting with Mrs. George Keister the hostess. Wednesday Greenbush will have a home adviser meeting at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Leo Mitchell the hostess. Iona is meeting at the same time for a local leader meeting with Mrs. Lee Yard the hostess. Friday the Louise McVey unit has a home adviser meeting at 2 p.m. with Miss Jewell Payne the ess. host Legion Plans News Letter At Roseville After a Quad-City hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday at the Lugg Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Harry Cochran officiating. Burial will be in the Kirkwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after Sunday noon. Mr. Spicer was born Jan. 23, 1869, in Culpcper, Va. ( and moved to Warren County when he was two years old. He entered Monmouth College in 1890 and was a member of the college's first foot- ville he bought a farm in Canada in 1911. He stayed there until his health failed when he became a painter. He had to retire when he broke a hip. He was a member of the Liberty Chapel Methodist Church. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Mary Frances Parrish of Fort Madison, Mrs. Lucy E. Barick of Grand Valley, Colo., and Mrs. Bertha Schoulier of Monmouth, and a brother, Walter. Los Angeles. ROSEVILLE — The regular meeting of Lawson Babbitt Post of American Legion was held Wednesday evening in the Legion Home with the Commander Herman Steele in charge. The post voted to give $5 to the Girt Scout troop during the present drive for funds, also voted $5 to the library fund. Phil Gerding presented the idea of preparing a news letter to be sent to each member of the post following a meeting and the post) adopted this idea. The letter is to be written by Mr. Gerding. James Smith was appointed as public relations officer. It was decided to serve a lunch at the close of the business session at each Legion meeting. The commander appointed Phil Gerding, Eugene Bacon and Carlos Adams to serve on the food committee for the November meeting. The post also decided to hold a memorial service as a part of the November meeting which falls on Armistice Day. Past Commander James Smith was presented a past commander's pin at this time. It was decided to have a stag party on the series will be thel^ e n tetrt of the December meeting meeting on April 4, when Dr. Con- and toe commander appointed rad Bergendoff, president of Au-{ Bob Grimm, Ralph Holeman, Phil ^ETHEL BAPTIST 200 North Chambers Street. Roland H. Holmberg, pastor. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, it; Youth meeting, 5; evening service, 7; Midweek service, Wednesday, 7:30. fcETHESDA BAPTIST Whttesboro Street and Grand Avenue. Louis W. Nance, pastor. Sunday school, 9;45i morning worship, II. FIRST BAPTIST Cherry and Tompkins Streets. Frederick L. Gilson. minister. Unified Service: Classes, 9:30 to 10;05; worship, 10:05 to 11. SECOND BAPTIST 305 South Cherry Street. Rev. C. L. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; morning worship, 11; evening service, 7:30. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST nev. Robert Thompson, pastor. \V. O. W. Hall, 347 E. Main Street. Bible school, 9:45; worship service, 10:45; evening service, 7:30. CONSEHVATIVE BAPTIST North and Henderson Streets. O. A. Streepy, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11; evening service, 7:30. CATHOLIC CORPUS CTIRTSTJ CATHOLIC Prairie and South Streets. M. .7. Cronin. pastor; assistants, Patrick Byrne, Alphonsus Curran. Sunday Masses 6, 7, 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Weekday Masses 8:45 and 7:30 a.m. SAINT PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Sontli Academy and West Third Streets. Patrick F. Murphy, pastor; assist- and, Joseph Hunt. Sunday Masses, 5:45, 8 and 10 a.m. Daily Masses, 6:45 and 7:30 a.m. Sunday devotions, 3 p.m. During month of October, the Rosary, the Litany and Prayer to St. Joseph will be recited each weekday evening at 7 o'clock, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Broad and Losey Streets. Sunday School, 9:30; services, 11; Wednesday, 8. CONGREGATIONAL CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL Southwest corner of Public Square. William Mathews, guest minister. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11; Supervised nursery during services; Y.P.F., 6:30, FAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL Main and Whitesboro Streets. Arthur Wolfgarth, minister. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship. 11. EPISCOPAL GRACE EPISCOPAL Prairie and Tompkins Streets, Donald F. Heermans. rector. Holy Eucharist, 7:30; Church school, 9:30; Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11; Eucharist Wednesday, 7:15 a.m. DIRECTORY o GALESBURG CHURCHES wor TRINITY LUTHERAN Kellogg and Ferris Streets. Marvin L. Raymond, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11, _n- L LJ__B_ - CHRISTIAN FIRST CHRISTIAN North Broad and North Streets. T. W. Jolly, minister. Sunday school, 9:30. morning worship. 10:45. ADVENT CHRISTIAN 1G73 North Seminary Street. Joyce K. Thomas, minister. Sunday school, JO; morning worship, 11; evening service, 7:30; Wednesday, prayer meeting, 7:30. ALLEtt CHAPEL A.M.E. 153 East Tompkins Sireet Emory G. Davis, pastor. Sunday school, D:15; morning worship, 11: evenirig service, 7. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 3fi0 East Ferris Street. Priesthood and RcIicC Society, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 10; Sacrament meeting, 7 p.m. METHODIST FIRST METHODIST Northwest corner Kellogg and Ferris Streets. Jual R. Ford, minister. Church school, 9:45; morning worship, 11. McCOLLUM METHODIST Seminary and Fourth Streets. Harry R. Evans, pastor. Sunday school. 10; morning ship, 9, EMMANUEL METHODIST KefioRg and Wafer Streets, Harrv R. Evans, pastor. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, tt. MISSION COVENANT BETHANY COVENANT CHAPEL Irwin and Loscv Streets. Dcimar Anderson. Unified Sunday school and worship service, 9:30 till 10:43, MISSION COVENANT East Simmons, near Seminary Street. Glenn Lfmlell, pastor. Sunday school. 10; morning worship, 11; evening service, 7. NA2ARENE FAITH cmWCTi OF THE NAZARENE Monroe and Bernard Streets. Reuben L. Weinberg, pastor. Sunday school, D:45; morning worship, 10:45; Y, P., 0:43; evangelistic evening service, 7.30. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARRNK South and Pearl Streets. Charles E. Downs, minister. Sunday school* 0:30; morning worship, 10:30; Junior Church, 10:30; Y. P., 6:45: evangelistic evening service. 7:30. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS 53 North Henderson Street. Ambrose Kins, pastor. Church school, 10; morning worship, 11; evening service, 8. CHVHCH OF CHRIST 1591 East Losey Street. Bible study, 10; morning worship, 11; evening service. 7;30. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 857 West Berrien Street. Elder J. S. Derrick, pastor; G. J. Duncan, assistant. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 11:30. FIRST CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 650 West Losey Street. M. W. DeWitt, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45: morning worship, 11; Y.P., 6:15; evening, 7:30; prayer meeting, Tuesday, 7:45; Bible study, Thursday, 7:45; Men's prayer meeting, Saturday, 7:45. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 1614 East Knox Street. Henry A. Stamm, pastor, Sunday school, 0:45; morning worship, 10:50; Youth Fellowship, 6:45; evening service, 7:30; midweek services. Wednesday, 7:30. PENTECOSTAL APOSTOLIC TABERNACLE B2 Illinois Avenue. R. R. Tripp, pastor. Sunday school. 10; morning worship, 11; evening, 7:30; midweek service, Thursday, 7:30, CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 206 East South Street. George W. Clark, pastor. Sunday school, 0:45; morning wor- nhip, 11: Y. P., 0:30; evening service. 7:30. FULL GOSPEL"PENTECOSTAL 719 West Knox Street. D. H. Walker, pastor. Sunday school, 0:45; Praise service, 2:30; evangelistic service, 7:30. PRESBYTERIAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Prairie and Ferris Streets. Kermlt W. Petersen, minister. Church school, 9:45; morning worship, 11. SALVATION ARMY 1 147 South Cherry Street. Mai or Bert Curtiss, commanding. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 11; Y- P. L., 6:15; evangelistic meeting, 7:45. LUTHERAN FIRST LUTHERAN Seminary and Water Streets, Leman V. Olsenlus, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; morning worship, 9:30 and 11. MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN (MISSOURI SYNOD) Brooks and Lombard Streets. Arthur Schornack, pastor. Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30; morning worship, 10:45. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 South Chambers Street. •£aLk, 2:30; Watchtower study, 3:45. PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold Street (corner ot Summit). James Taylor, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11; Young People's service, 7; evangelistic service, 7:30. RESCUE MISSION 66 Public Square. Sylvester Sanford, pastor. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 11; meeting every night, 7:00. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Howard E. Greene, pastor. 247 Blaine Avenue, 259 Blaine Avenue. Services Saturdays; Sabbath *chool 9:30; preaching, 11. UNITED BRETHREN EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN Knox and Day Streets. Glen H. Leathers, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11: evening, 7:30. UNIVERSALIST FIRST UNIVERSALIST Prairie and Tompkins Streets. Stanley Manning, minister. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 11, inner in SHOT SPECIALS nday MONMOUTH Bowling MIXED LEAGUE In the women's division Mildred Hurka and Jessie Blevins were tied for high game with 147. Mrs. Blevins had high series with 420. M. F. McBride had high game in the men's division with 225 and high series with 579. Phelps had high team game with 718 and high series with 2050. Standings: R-B's 16-5; T-B's 13-3: Johnsons 12-9; 4-L's 1M0; Phelps 110V4-10%; H-B's 10-11; Arthurs 6Vfc-14%; and 4 Aces 546. dozen REGULAR SIZE RINSO Box Will Study Tailoring In Winoia Adult Class NEW WINDSOR — Miss Viola Herington, home economics instructor and in charge of the adult sewing class, at Winoia Junior High School, will assist the first class with their personal problems in tailoring from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday evening and give demonstrations for both classes from 8 to 9 p.m. The second class will receive aid in personal problems from 9 to 10. Fund Campaign MONMOUTH — The Monmouth Y.M.C.A. fund drive will come to a close at 6:10 o'clock Monday evening with a victory dinner scheduled for the Marine Room. The Rev, Harry Cochran, chairman, today urged all who have not contributed and wish to do so, to try to get in their donations at once so that the goal of $16,500 may be reached by Monday. At the second report meeting held Friday $2,957.75 was turned in. That, with the $7,104.50 previously given, made the goal total $10,062.25 to date. MONMOUTH Hospital gustana College, Rock Island, will speak on "Faith and Order — Our Oneness in Christ and Our Disunity As Churches." All of the speakers have been invited to appear at chapel services at Monmouth College on the day following the forum. List Committee Speakers have been secured by the adult forum committee which consists of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Steis, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weaver, Mr: and Mrs. Norman Wells, Miss Mabel Bowman, Mrs. James Brook, the Rev. Arthur Hall, Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard and Mr. and Mrs. David Moffett. This committee is also arranging for the coffee hours following the talks. Gerding and Charles Ranney to serve on the stag party planning committee. There were 23 members attending the meeting. Will Meet Chapter N of P.E.O. of Roseville will hold the October meeting on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Wil- Meetings of Week Are Announced By Various Churches While the Christian Teaching Mission features the program of many of the Galesburg churches in the ensuing week, various meetings of church organizations are scheduled. The individual congregations report the following: Evangelical United Brethren — Services each evening of the week, * • Ham Jahn south of town. Assist- Monday through Thursday at 7:30 ing as hostesses will be Mrs. with the Rev. Wilson Forbush, Frank Pratt of Roseville and Peoria, as guest speaker. Mrs. Theodore Scharfenberg of| A n en chape i A.M.E. - Official Galesburg. MONMOUTH Funerals Admitted Friday was Robert Robinson of Roseville. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Max Lant of Kirkwood on Friday. Parents of a son born Friday are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson of Alexis. Dismissed Friday were Louis L. Manlove, E. Byron Burgland, Miss Dianna K. Smith, Mrs. Adela Hobart and Raymond E. Miller, all of Monmouth. Admitted today was Mrs. Annie Williams of Monmouth. Postpone Meeting MONMOUTH — The Warren County Saddle Club has postponed next Wednesday's meeting to Oct. 28, a week later so as not to conflict with the citywide White Elephant sale. TOILET SOAP WANTED TO BUY Late model truck with fiock rack. Prefer 179 in. wheelba»« or may buy C.O.E. ELMER BLOOMBERG R.R. 1, I-ynn Center, III. Residence Swedona, 6 mile* north oi New Windsor Church. Plan Sewing Session MONMOUTH — The Robert Stickler Unit of World War II Mothers will have a sewing session Monday at the home of Mrs. Walter Neely, 716 S. Sixth St. Nine members put in 25 hours of sewing Friday at the home of Mrs. John Needham. Size Is a nagging cough wearing you down? LEAN Roasts THE 3-WAY COUGH SYRUP TRADING (1) Stops tickling in upper bronchial region. (2) Ptnttrattf raw and sora bronchial ar«a wifh a prolonged toothing and coating action. (3) Ha* a non -U riutin? expectorant action to loosen and liquefy phlagh and mucus accumulation* that nearly «lw*y» go 'long with • cold. Name Committee for New Windsor Dance NEW WINDSOR—At a called meeting ot the ways and means committee of the Parent-Teacher Association, which met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Gilbert Johnson, plans were completed to hold a public dance at the Winoia Junior High School Saturday night, Oct. 24. Dancing will be from 8:30 to 12 and music will be by Meeker Orchestra. Members of the ways and means committee who were recently appointed are: Mrs. G. H. Johnson, Mrs. Albert Bredberg, Mrs. Wilbur McQueen, Mrs. Vernon Shull, Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Mrs. Lyle Anderson and Mrs. Howard Yerkey. Mrs. Lillian Oberg, president, also attended. An every member canvass will be held when they will be solicited for pies, sandwiches or money. Cards are being mailed for the canvass. Plans for the annual fail supper for members of the 20th Century Class of the Presbyterian Church were completed at their meeting Wednesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robins, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hickok will be hosts at the supper Nov. 11. The Rev. L. E. Thompson conducted devotions and Mr. Hickok, 'president, presided. I During the evening John Spivey projected his lilm taken in Hawaii. Receiving awards for high and low score at bunco that was played at four tables Wednesday afternoon were Mrs. Rachel Thomas and Mrs. Hugh Marks. Mrs. Guy Leonard was hostess to the club in her home with Mrs. Andrew Wil- iett and Mrs. L. L. Wallin as guests of the club. Mrs. C. B. Walsten will entertain at the meeting No. 4. EDWARD GRASSMILLER MONMOUTH — Edward Grass- miller, 66, of 440 S. Seventh St., died at 4:35 o'clock this morning. - . A11 - r u n „i p ln v at the Monmouth Hospital after ^tess to Sf^ft"^* a %Sri ^SSl an illness of about: a weok The same evenin S f fc 8 » the £f wm an mness ot about a weeK. reception for the Rev. Emory Funeral services will be held!^./^ ^ chupch# board and Church Improvement Rally captains report at 8 p.m. Monday. Youth Choir rehearses Tuesday at 6:30. Church school teachers* institute is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday and the midweek prayer service will be at 8 the same evening with Roy Stewart as leader. On Friday at 5, Doty Whitfinch, 1413 Haynor St., will be Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the Lugg Memorial Chapel and burial will be in the Oquawka Cemetery. Mr. Grassmiller was born April 19, 1887, in Henderson County. He married Barbara Brechvili who died in June, 1930. He farmed in this area for a number of years and most recently employed at the Spur Station in Monmouth. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs, Reba Bush, of Monmouth; a brother, Lewis Grassmiller of Aledo; and two sisters, Mrs. May Kinkaid of Aledo, and Mrs. Viola Meyer of Oquawka; and two grandchildren. Hear Book Review at Club in LaFayette LaFAYETTE—The meeting of the LaFayette Woman's Club was held Tuesday evening at the home|feature film, " ' withlChnst." Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — Prayer service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Bethel Baptist Church — Special services in connection with the Galesburg Teaching Mission will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:30 at the church with the Rev. Victor Sheling in charge. Wednesday evening will be spent in visitation. The Bethel Youth Fellowship will meet in the Harvey Guenther home, Saturday evening at 7:30. First Church of God. The monthly missionary program under the direction of the Worn- en's Missionary Society will be presented Wednesday evening at 7:30. The program will include a "They Too Need of Mrs. Harriet Nowlan Mrs. Musselman, co-hostess. Sixteen members were present. Mrs. Lois White presided. A book review, "Cyclone in Calico," was given by Lois White. Mr. Mazurek, one of the prietors of the elevator, has chased the Mayo Frail home. Frail is in a nursing home in Galesburg. pro- pur- Mrs. Members of the LaFayette Woman's Club who attended the meeting of Stark County Federa* tion of Women's Clubs held Tuesday afternoon in Toulon were Mrs. Lois White, Mrs. Bella Jones and Mrs. Ethel Butler. Sixty-three were present. First Southern Baptist Church —Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the home of Carl Graham, 247 W. South St. Missionary meeting is set for 2:30 Thursday at the home!** of Mrs. William Herrin, 421 S.<<- dU Cherry St. Second Baptist Church —Prayer meeting will be held at the church Baptist Evangelist — The Rev. H. Walter Fricke, Central Area Representative of the Conservative Baptist Foreign Missionary Society, Chicago, will be guest speaker at the Conservative Baptist Church .(former Christian Tabernacle) at Henderson and North streets, Sunday at the 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. services, the Rev. O. A. Streepy announces. The Rev. Mr. Fricke will present the work of the society by lecture, picture slides or colored movies, ical, and educational work in 10 countries. The society has missionaries in Japan, India, Philippine Islands, Formosa, Argentina, Brazil, French West Africa, Belgian Congo, Portugal and Italy. He accepted his present position with the mission society in 1949 after serving as a pastor for seven years. Wednesday evening. Senior choir rehearses at~ L. C. Carter home Thursday evening at 7:30. A luncheon will be given Saturday, Oct. 24, at the home of Mrs. Rubyi Roberson, 282 Holton St., at 11:30, a.m. to 4 by the Usher Board. Rescue Mission — The W.C.T.U. will have charge of the meeting at the Mission Monday evening at Mrs^. David Iteed will speak and there will be special ipusic. To Ordain East Main Minister Sunday Night Arthur Wolfgarth, the pastor of the East Main Street Congregational Church will be ordained into the Congregational Christian ministry Sunday evening at 7:45. The service will be at the church and the public has been invited. The Rev. Mr. Wolfgarth has received a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in philosophy and classical languages, from Northwestern University. He has taken theological training at the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. The Rev. Halphe Harris, pastor o! the Abingdon Congregational Church, will deliver the ordination sermon, and Dr. Nels Nordstrom, Northern Area director, will par. ticipate in the service. Victoria James Heflin left the Army at Chi- VrCTORIA Monday to join cago. Mrs. Katheryn Peterson, director of the 15th District of Amcri- of the evangelistic, med-jcan Legion Auxiliary, attended ihn Fulton County meeting at London Mills Thursday and the Knox County supper and meeting in Galesburg Thursday evening. Mrs. Stella Englund of Galva, Miss Norma Jean Swanson of Oneida, Mrs. Ralph Clark and Mrs. Myrle Gordon attended the senior class play in Abingdon Wednesday evening. Leaves of a peculiar Australian tree look like long grass. New Radio Serlei "HOW CHRISTIAN* SCIENCE HEALS" Every Sunday Morning (CST) on WJJD Chlpago 1160 k-c. 7:40 a.m. WHO Dei Motnei 1040 k.c. 9:00 a.m. WKAl Macomb 1510 k.c. 8:15 a.m. WTAD Oulncv 930 k.c. 9:45 a.m. WIRL Peoria 1290 k.c. 12:15 p.m. International Voice of the CHURCH OF GOD WPEO Peoria 1020 On Your Dial Each Sunday 8 :30 A.M. Men Sunday C7 leran i arch East First day relief with Bronchola or your money back Only a few cents good drug stores. Investments pay dividends. Your best investment this month is in the Community Chest, for ^it will pay big dividends in happier kids, a healthier community and wholesome recreation facilities for all. BIBLE DELIVERANCE Acts 19:12; 103:3; Mark 16:1 READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Prayer for the sick at all services. Prayer cloth sent on request "The Praying and Believing Church* CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 656 W. Losey St Parsonage 807 Olire St Church Phone 6551-2 Residence Ph. 8140? M. W. DeWitt, Paslor Kellogg and Ferris Streets M» L Raymond, Pastor SERMON PRESENTED BY Raymond Bohman — J- Forrest Olson — Ear! Findohl SPECIAL MUSIC - Men's Brotherhood Octet Men's Brotherhood Chorus A/ways a We/come Awaits You at Trinity 9:45 A. M. 11:00 A. M. Sunday School • - Worship 4

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