Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1953 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 17, 1953
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The Daffy Regtster-MaH, Gatesburg, HI. Saturday, October 11 1959 .,? Attend the Church of Your Choice Sunday Fill Out This Blank to Aid Church Census RELIGIOUS etnsus CAAt* Family N*m«. 3*1 •jlj '1 ^ffc^'*^*^^ j ht'H N »rrt6 .:««ac8 >s Mr Mr> C I -. » *» •K b t !i 0 r 301 ALL Mim Mt I - Alt. Onrfa ft*. What foe*» 'Chu'reh or Suftd* y 9ehool>«W,. M Pilgrim Church Revival Continues Fn Second Week Revival services at the Pilgrim Holiness Church, Arnold and Summit streets, initiated a week ago, will continue another week through Sunday, Oct. 25, the Rev James Taylor announced today Large congregations have been at tending the services each evening •iVmtiiii r,niie,<m»it*'<mt, •nuMwfa TIMS IS RRIJ(;i0US CKNSUS FORM upon which enumerators will note Information in the cltywnle canvass of Sunday afternoon. Those who will not he 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. RESCUE MISSION GUESTS attending the recent 12th anniversary services represented many states from coast to coast, according to the Rev. Sylvester Sanford, superintendent of the mission. They were provided with free meals and lodging. Three of the group reported conversion to the Christian life and all arc now working in Galesburg. Transient men are housed each night up to the capacity of the mission and receive advice and encouragement from their hosts at the mission at 66 Public Square. and attendance has doubled since similar services a yeaf ago. The Rev. .1. F. Wilson, Alva, Okla., evangelist, is assisted by the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Scbrce, ministers of music and they lead the services each evening at 7:30. The Rev. Mr. Taylor points out that services are held seven evenings a week including Saturday. Thus a continuity of Christian evangelism is maintained without interruption by the Pilgrim Holiness church evangelists. Census Takers to Make Out Cards In connection with the religious census to be tiken in Galesburg Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Roland Holmberg suggests that all census enumerators make out their own reports and leave them in their doors to be picked up by whoever is assigned as enumerators in their respective districts. Several hun­ dred enumerators are expected to be on the job Sunday afternoon. The census information form was printed in Friday evening's Register-Mail and appears again tonight on the weekly church page. At the Galesburg Slate Research Hospital Chapel service at 2 p. m. Sunday, the Rev. Glenn Anderson, newly assigned pastor of the Knoxville - Walaga Lutheran parishes, will be in charge. Killingsworth Is Fireside Chairman Alan KJlllngsworth of Galesburg, a student at Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kan., is chairman of the committee planning fireside services for Christian Fellowship Week to be held on the campus Oct. 18 through 21. Killingsworth, a senior, Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Killingsworth of 1114 W. Main St. The broadcasts of Radio station WGIL in the ensuing week include the following:' Sunday — Home, and Prayer Hour with Rev. O. A. Streepy, 8:30 a.m. Scandinavian Hour with service in Swedish conducted by Dr. Charles E. Bengtson, 9 a.m. Divine services from Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. Marvin L. Raymond in charge, 11 a.m. Echoes of Calvary from Calvary Assembly of God, 10:15 p.m. Monday through Saturday— Early morning devotions sponsored by the Galesburg Council of Churches, 6:15 a.m. The Rev. Arthur Wolfgarth, pastor of the East Main Street Congregational Church, will be in charge. r 31 Meeting in Kingdom Hall, Sunday, Jehovah's Witnesses will hear at their 2:30 service a talk on "Is God Responsible for the World's Distress?" with Dan Crousc, a minister of the Watchtower Society speaking. "Flight to Safety With the New World Society," will be the Watchtower study topic at 3:45. At the Chapel of the Knoxville Home and Hospital at 2 p.m., the Rev. Sylvester Sanford of the Grlesburg Rescue Mission will bring the message. At the First Christian Church, guest speaker Sunday morning will be the Rev. Benjamin F. Burns of Oak Park. His theme is "The Church Shall Lose Its Life." The Chapel choir sings the anthem, "Through the Darkness" and the Chancel choor sings "O Saviour of the' World." Mrs. Everett Eager sings "Jesus, With Thy Tender Love" as a solo. Youth groups meet at 6. At Bethel Baptist Church, the Rev. Victor Sherling, Chicago, state missionary of the Baptist General Conference, will be the RIDING FOR A FALL If A visitor at your home should suffer an accident, it might cost you a lot of money. Protect yourself against such unexpected expense with Comprehensive Personal Liability Insurance Lawrence D. Johnson Insurance Main and Cherry Streets Phone 4181 '9fjKCSCttcuig The iCcos 4"Mvtfify tod) tocczy Cempiay of UiaXatd, Caaa. guest speaker at both morning and evening services Sunday. Sunday's schedule at Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church includes breakfast served by Usher Board at 8 a.m.; morning service with abiding redemption theme; religious census starting at 2:30 p.m. and evening worship at 7:30. At the East Main Street Congregational Church, Mrs. Percy Tibbetts of Rapid City, South Dakota, missionary to the Indian population in that area, will speak at the morning worship service. Mrs. Tibbetts is a full-blooded Sioux, born and raised on the Santee Sioux Reservation in Nebraska. Herbert Mallin will sing "The Holy City" (Adams). The choir will sing "Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled" (Richolson). Mrs. Eleanore Oxley will play at the organ "M e d i t a t i o n" (Claussmann), and "Liedchen" (Mendelssohn). The Youth Fellowship will meet at 6:30 p.m. At Itethcsda Baptist Church Sunday, morning worship will be preceded nt 11:15 by a meditation and consecration service. The evening service will be addressed by the pastor. The Rev. L. W. Nance reports that the recent revival series was a great success and that cooperation of the membership brought gratifying results. The newly organized First Southern Baptist Church will hold services according to regular schedule Sunday. The new congregation is continuing temporary worship quarters in the W.O.W. hall at Seminary and Main streets. Due to the Galesburg religious census proceeding on Sunday afternoon, there will be no service at the Evangelical United Brethren Church Sunday evening. Morning service will be held as usual with a special theme for the Christian Mission season, "Christian Obedience." The pastor of the Second Baptist Church, choir and congregation will leave immediately after the close of Sunday School, Sun Sixty-six Trinity Men to Conduct Sunday Services Harvey Kalin and his staff of ushers: Eugene Fosburg.'Dale Adcock, Bernard Petrie, John Dugan, Donald Standard, Carl Sautcr, and Gene Hanson will greet the Trinity Lutheran congregation Sunday at the 11 o'clock service as the men take over the Worship Service for the day. k Raymond Bohman, J. Forrest Olson, and Earl Findahl will present the sermon on the subject: "Christ Calls Men". Intern Paul Kroon will have charge of the Altar Service; Donald Swedlund will read the Epistle Lesson; Howard Sterling will read the Gospel Lesson; E. W. Lantz will sing the Introit; John R. Hallstrom will present the Temple Tidings. Special music will be provided by the Brotherhood Men's Octet composed of Ross Stephens, Oscar Hallstrom, Leonard Swedlund, Robert Hechler, Lawrence Modine, Guy Selander, Charles W. Rose and Donald Swedlund. Thirty-six men of the Brotherhood as the Brotherhood Chorus will sing the anthem for the day. Acolytes for the day will be Wal ter Griffith and Larry Heller. Men who will offer the closing prayers are: Hal Olson, Horace Bishop, Paul L. Johnson and John Ankersen. day, to proceed to Fort Madison, Iowa, where they will have charge of a special Men's Day service at the Second Baptist Church of that city. All those who are to ride the chartered bus have been asked to be at the church at Cherry and South streets at 10:45 a. m. The Rev. Louis Bean will be the guest speaker at the First Baptist Church Sunday morning. The Unified Service begins at 9:30 and closes at 11. The service in the sanctuary begins at 10:05. In the seven years that the Rev. Mr. Bean has been pastor in Centralia, a fine new educational plant has been built and the church school enrollment increased to over 1000. He is a past president of the Baptist Ministers of Illinois. Conrad to Speak Donald Conrad, student at Au- gustana Seminary who addressed the Brotherhood meeting of the First Lutheran Church last Wednesday evening, will address the First Lutheran Ladies Aid Society session next Thursday at 2 p.m. at the parish hall. He will also speak at the Youth Rally at 5:30 p.m. the same day, this rally to start with a potluck supper at the parish hall. Our Annual Old Range Roundup Ends October 31 Don't Miss This Opportunity for tho Range Buy of tht Year, $37.00 FOR YOUR OLD STOVE! ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY 284 East Simmons Strett Phono 4261 A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE Meet John and Mary Smith—and their child. See the pride and hope, the faith and love that shine like soft lights from the little girl's face? See the look of the future in her eyes? Nothing in all the world could cause that reflection of happiness and contentment but a well-behaved child. Perhaps she has just spoken a piece. Perhaps she was singing a song. Perhaps she is playing with her small brother and sister. But whatever she is doing, you will agree it is the result of wise and loving guidance. And you can be certain there is another member of the family not shown in the picture—God, the guide and Father of all of them. Where parents and the Church work together for God, yo'u will find true happiness.. THE CHURCH FOR ALL... ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest (actor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship It is a storehouse of spiritual values Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church They are: (1) For his own sake (2) For his children's sake (3) For the sake of his community and nation (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Book Chapter Sunday. I Xinft 3 Mond»y Paalrat 116 Tueidiy .............Pulnn 119 Wednesday ....Matthew 19 Thur»«t»~ . - 1 - L 17 4 11 ""neadj s «urday .'i Matt Luke •....Phili ppU ••••-Hebrew, Vera,, 1-15 1-9 9-16 U-22 1-10 a-u 1-4 ^^•^ -'tijiyrtfU I'ihi, KetiUr Ad*. Service, .-':r*f.bijrs,. . . These Religious Messages are published under the auspices of Galesburg's Churches and are sponsored by Galesburg's Business Firms: SCANDIA BAKERY & LUNCH 1M A 326 {. Main St. STATE LOAN CO. 309 Bond! Bldg. GRANT BULLIS AGENCY- INSURANCE 43 N. Stmimry St. L. B. BELL FUR CO. 53 N. Stminary St. BANK OF GALESBURG 902 i. Main it. BLOCK & KUHL Main fc Stminary DOYLE-GORDON INC. 428 E. Main St. FERM MUSTARD- PHOTO STUDIOS 106 E. Main St. GALESBURG LINCOLN- MERCURY CO. Broad t> ftrria HOWE-ANDERSON BAKERY 79 S. Chambwa tt. AMERICAN BEAUTY RESTAURANT 308 E. Main St. SPANGLERS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 433 E. Main St. PLUNKETT & BRESLIN— FLOOR COVERING 44 N. Stminary St. BROWN LYNCH SCOTT CO. 244 E. Main St. ODELLS JEWELERS US Hill Arcad* HIGGINS ROSZELL DAIRY 60 S. Chambtra St. ' LAWSON ELECTRIC CO. 62 S. Stminary St. DINSMORE FINANCE & INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 65 %. Prtirit St. TED GROTHE— CUSTOM FITTED SHOES 140 E. Main St. QUINT'S SERVICE— iOODRICH DISTRIBUTOR 642 E. Mala St.

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