Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 23, 1953 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 23, 1953
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London Milts Evangelical United Brethren Thomas Lowery, minister.' Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 10:50. Evening service, 7:30. Midweek service Wednesday at 7:30. Sunday school Halloween party, Friday, Oct. 30 at 7:30. Lorn ax Christian The Itev, J. F. Martin, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11. Evening service, 7:30. Choir practice, Thursday at 8. Lomax Nazarene The Rev. J. V. Morsch, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11. N.Y.P.S., 6:45. Midweek prayer service, Wednesday at 7:30. Avon Methodist Donald J. Jones, minister; Harold Bell, Supt. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship with sermon, "Poised for Power," 11. Intermediate Youth Fellowship at church, 6:30. Senior Youth Fellowship at Church, also 6:30. Young Adults go to Willlams- £ield for sub-district meet. Commission on Education meets at Church with all Sunday school officers and teachers, Tuesday at 7:30. Choir practice, Thursday at 7. Week of Prayer and Self-denial meeting, Friday, Oct. 30 at 2:30 at church. Prairie City Methodist Donald J. Jones, minister; Mrs. Helen Gingerich, Supt. Morning worship, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:30. Intermediate Youth Fellowship, 4. Young adult rally at Willlamsfield, 7:30. Busy Bee Class party, Monday at 7:30. W.S.- C.S., Friday at 2. Oneida Presbyterian The Rev. Ernest Richards, pastor. Sunday school, 10, Divine wor- •hip, 11. Ontario Congregational James L. Parker, minister. Church school, 10. Morning worship, with sermon, "The Soils," 11. Youth group will not meet this week. A film will be shown at the church at 7 on the purpose of Christian Rural Overseas Program. Youth Group will observe National Work Day for Christ this Saturday. Biggsville Methodist John I. Osborn, minister. Morning worship, with sermon, "The Day of Salvation," 10. Sunday school, 11. Young People's meeting, 6:30. Evening worship with sermon, "What Think Ye of Christ?". 7:30. Prayer meeting for youth on way to school, Monday at 8:15 a.m., sponsored by M.Y.F. Choir practice, Wednesday at 8. Biggsville United Presbyterian James C. McClelland, minister. Morning worship, 10. World Wide Temperance Sunday. Bible school, 11. Builders meet at 6:30. Youth club meets Wednesday at 3:30. Monmouth Presbytery meets at 1:30 p.m. Monday at West Side Church, Monmouth. Wataga Congregational B. H. Baughman, pastor; Lewis Dykeman, Supt.; Mrs. Opal Canham, pianist. Church school, 10. Morning worship, with sermon, "Sleeping in Church." Rally Day in church and church school and special features and musical numbers at both services. Church's community farm sale deferred till Saturday, Nov. 7. Contact Harold Williamson, Gerald Shafer or Albert Canham for entries to sale. Choir rehearses Wednesday at 7:30. Silent meditation for peace each day at noon. Messiah Lutheran (Henderson Grove) Dr. Emil F. Bergren, pastor. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship with sermon, "Our Greatest Need," 11. Choir practice, Tuesday at 7:30. Sunshine Circle, Wednesday at 2 with Mrs. Ruby Moberg and Mrs. Ruby Smith, hostesses, and Mrs. Ruth Carlson and Mrs. Frances Moberg, pro gram committee. Luther League RUMMAGE SALE Saturday. October 24 • Art. 393 E. Simmons St. •Sponsored by Maquon Wide Awake CUM Maquon Methodist Church Halloween party, Wednesday at 8 with Eric and Emory Johnson, committee. Confirmation class, Saturday at 10. Dahinda Methodist Clyde Carpenter, minister. Worship service with sermon, "The Man of Distinction," 0:30. Sunday school, 10:30. Sermon by the Rev. Mr. Pierce Thursday evening at 7:30, with subject, "We are Ambassadors for Christ." Klmorc Methodist Clyde Carpenter, minister. Sunday school, 9:30. Sermon Friday at 7:30 by the Rev. Mr Pierce on subject, "The Joy of Being a Christian." Willlamsficid Methodist Clyde Carpenter, minister. Sunday school, 10. Worship service with sermon, "The Man of Distinction." Young adult sub- district rally, 7:30. Midweek service, Wednesday at 7:30 with sermon by the Rev. Mr. Pierce, "The Necessity of Evangelism." Zion Lutheran (North Henderson) Dr. Emil F. Bergren, pastor. Morning worship, with sermon, "Signs of the Times," at 9:30. Sunday school, 10:30. Women's Missionary Society work meeting at 2 p.m., Thursday, with Mrs. Virgil Farm, hostess. Sunday afternoon, Nov. 1, the congregation will visit Mercer County Nursing Home at Aledo when pastor will speak and men's chorus will sing. London Mills Methodist James E. Mahoney, minister. Morning worship, 10. Church school, 11. M. Y. F„ 7. llermon Methodist James E. Mahoney, minister. Church school, 10. Morning worship, 11. E. Galesburg Community Dedication services set for 2 p. m. Sunday, with the Rev. T. W. Jolly, the Rev. John IT. Clarke, the Rev. Roland Holmberg and the Rev. Sylvester Sanford and Wade McNaught participating. Avon Federated Marvin E. Maris, minister. Sunday school, 10. Worship, 11, with sermon: "Living of Higher Levels." Youth Fellowship, 5, with devotions by Patty Powel and discussion, Smith Brand. Senior choir, Wednesday at 7. Junior choir, Thursday at 7. Clayberg Sewing Circle, meeting Friday noon for luncheon and sewing. Altona Methodist Arno Hutchinson,- pastor. Sunday school, 10. Worship, 11, with sermon, "Security," based on John 11: 3-20. Yates City Methodist The Rev. William Henry Day, pastor. Church school, 10. Preaching, 11, with theme, "The Christian's Part in the Kingdom of God." Preaching, 7:30, with theme, "Is There a Kingdom of God, and Where?" Family night, Thursday at church at 7:30, with Miss Dorothy Taylor, Hanna City, showing pictures of trip taken in Palestine. Special music. Special meetings —This evening at 7:30, with theme "Who Are We?" Monday evening. 7:30, "How Can We Enter The Kingdom?" Tuesday, 7:30, "The Individual." Wednesday, 7:30, "Wages ." Thursday, 7:30, "The Church." No services Friday and Saturday nights. Douglas Methodist The Rev. William Henry Day, pastor. Preaching 9:45, with theme. "The Christian's Part in the Kingdom." Sunday school, following preaching service. Yates City Presbyterian Rev. Charles J. Pardee, pastor. Church school, 9:45. Morning worship, 11, with sermon, "The Fullness of Christ." Westminster Fellowship for Junior High, 6; for Senior High, 7. Choir, Thursday at 6:45. Victoria Methodist Donald T. Caspers, pastor. Church school, 9:45. Worship service, 11. Altona Inimanuel Lutheran M. 'Arthur Johnson, pastor. Morning worship, 10, with Mr. Larson of Rock Island in charge since the pastor will conduct Bethany Church service at Woodhull. Sunday school and Bible Classes, 11:15. Sunday school teachers meet Tuesday at 7:30. Choir practice, Thursday at 8. Center Prairie Methodist Donald T. Caspers, pastor. Worship service, 9:30. Church school, 10:30. Alpha Baptist Marvin Kemp, pastor. Morning worship, 9:30, with layman from Aledo Baptist Church in charge in absence of pastor who is at Baptist convention in Springfield. Sunday school, 10:30. Choir practice, Wednesday at 7 and quarterly business meeting of church to follow at 8. All department chairmen and officers to give reports. St. John's Catholic (Woodhull) The Rev. W. C. Carey, pastor. Mass at 8:30, second and fourth Sundays; at 10:15, first, third and fifth Sundays. (Continued on page 21) Wataga Church To Open Crusade To jEfilarge Membership WATAGA—The rural Congregational Church at Wataga Is launching a crusade for memberships beginning next Sunday and con tinuing to Dec. 25. ' The crusade -seeks to activate inactive merrrber- jships and to enroll Dew members during the intensive season of enrollment designated. Mrs. .William Bloomfield has been named as director of the membership endeavor to be assisted by Mrs. Chester Stewart. Mrs. Chester Swanson has been .named to head the visitations Icommittce. She will leave church and home magazine at each home where calls are to be made. I The Sunday School also has a (part in the crusade and Sunday School children have been given cards to be received by the .adults attending and these cards |are to be counted on a percentage Ihasls In ft Sunday School contest. 'The winning class will be honored at the close of the contest. Singing Event Is jSet For Sunday At London Mills Church I LONDON MILLS — There will jbe a singing convention at the iK.U.B. Church at London Mills .Sunday afternoon, Oct. 25, beginning at 2 o'clock. The various :churches within the Spoon River jValley School District Unit No. 4 arc cooperating in this program [and any others desiring to take jpart are being cordially invited, j The program will be entirely inimical in nature, with the several ichurches furnishing the talent. •Solos, duets, quartets and instrumental numbers are expected. The public has been invited to this afternoon of music, singing and fellowship. The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Friday, October 23, 1063 S Social and Music Events Set at Ivomax LOMAX—There 'will be a Halloween party for all ages at the Nazarene Church Oct. 29. Besides Ihe devotional part of the program there will be the annual "Ghost Walk." Next Sunday night Mt. Pleasant choir will sing the entire evening at the Church of the Nazarene. The pastor will narrate while the choir sings. It will be a worthwhile evening for all, starting at 7:30 p. m. Yates City YATES CITY—Charles Bean of Los Angeles, Calif., spent the weekend with the Rev. and Mrs. William Henry Day. The Rev. Mr. Day resided at the home of Mr. Bean's parents at the beginning of his ministry when he was pastor at Stillwell, III. L. A. Is 'Smogtown* LOS ANGELES (UP)- David O. Gwinn, a deputy m the Ideal tax collector's office, said today he receied without delay a letter addressed to hint In "Smogtowt, 57, Calif." 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