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-IOWA CUT PEE8S-CITIZEN S»t, Sept. 99, 1941 IHU i IU11 fl l^»A* *mmm*xr** ^..^P..TM--- -- , » Services in Iowa City Churches __ . _ *~m * * m * .XI I. L Congregational Church - Clinton and Jefferson Streets ' Rev. James E. Waery, Minister Sunday. September 21 9-30 a. W-Church school. Bill Bauer sil«sX r S5i morning worship hour at 10.30 a. m. 10-30 a. m.-- Morning worship service. Theiermon subject will be "Religion £ College " The choir under our new wUl Play "Adagio Molto by tyv -$ a and an informal p - D y iSd share it with your friends. Wednesday, September 24 , .on D m --Circles Nos. 1. 2, 3 and 4 - will hold their first fall meetings. They about these meetings srer«£°M; who «e employed or for St. Patrick's Church 224 Bast Court Street R{. Kev. JUsgr. Patrick J. Pastor Rev. Raymond J. Pacha, Assistant Pastor 6:30 ».m.--Low mass. 8:30 a.m.--High masi. 9:45 a.m.--Low nMtt, 11 a.m.--Low mass. St. Mary'8 Church 228 East Jefferson Street Rt. Rev. Usgr. Carl B. Ueinberg, Pastor Rev. John W. Schmitx, First Assistant Rev. Eugene H. Hoenlg, Second Assistant Sunday--Low masses at 6. 7:80, 9, 10:15 and 11:30. ,. * ·? «n Week-day mass In the church at 7:30, in the convent at 6:30. ' _ . . Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Confessions on Saturday afternoon, 2:30 to 5:30. evening, 7 to 8:30. St. Wenceslaus Church 630 East Davenport Street Rev. Edward W. Neuzfl, Pastor 'Rev. Joseph P. Bines, Assistant Pastor First Presbyterian ^Church 28 East Market Street ',ev. P. Bewison Pollock, Pastor Sunday. September M * 9-30 a.m.--Church school. All departments meet at the same hour. Mr. . D. Hensleigh, superintendent, rlncetonlan class meets in the pastor t 10 Xs a.m.--Morning worship. Sermon, "Religious Live Options" by Dr. Pollock. The choir under the d rection of the circle. Wednesday, September Z4 7 p m,-- Choir practice. Mr. Kent sft sosna ss Friday, September 86 An evening student reception will be held in the student room downstairs. This will be a get acquainted hour so 6:30 a.m.--Low mass. S a.m.--High mass. 10 a.m.--Low mass. Daily masses at 7 and 7:30 a.m. Catholic Student Center 108 McLean Street St. Thomas More Chapel 405 North Riverside Drive Telephone 2173 Rev. Leonard J. Bntgman, Pastor Sev. J. Walter McEleney, Asst Pastor Rev. J. Ryan Beiser, Ph. D., Asst Pastor away from home. Methodist Church Dubuque and Jefferson Streets Dr L L Dunnington and Rev. 'victor V. Go/A Ministers Sunday, September 21 9-30 a m.-- Church school, Mr. Donald' Seavy, superintendent. Each department meets in separate session. 10-30 a m.-- Morning worship service with sermon by Doctor Dunnington, plk be "The Be of ^. ^^ pre"'by Russell and "Pedal Etude" by ^ dl chuixh C hour kindergarten will be maintained during the worship service for the convenience of parents with small children. ^ a3)ts are invited fo the Wesley foundation vesper-forum m Fellowship hall of the chnrch A panel of students will present: Your Tear With Wesley." Marjorle Miller, Paul Onstad and Conrad Wurtz will speak and lead a discussion. Bob Brashares is in charge of vespers. A social hoar will follow the forum. St. Paul's Lutheran Chapel Jefferson and Gilbert Streets Rev. John F. Choits, Pastor Sunday, September 21 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school and Bible 'io-30 a., m.--Divine services. Theme: "What Does the Lord Require." 5:30 p. m.--Gamma Delta Supper. Masses: Sundays: 6:45, 8. 9. 10 and 11:30 a.m. Week days: 7 and 8 a.m. Holy days: 5:45. 7. 8. 11 and 12:15 p.m. Fiist Fridays: 5:45, 7 and 8 a.m. Confession: 3:30 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8:30 p.m. on all Saturdays, days before Holy days and first Fridays or anytime at your convenience. Newman club meets every Tuesday at the Catholic student cenjer at 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church 227 South Clinton Street Rev. Elmer E. Dterks, Minister Sunday, September 21 9:30 a. m.--Church school. Classes for all ages. The Judson fellowship for married students and the Roge Williams fellowship for all student meet jointly at this hour for a seminal on religion conducted by Dr. ROsco Woods Parents may leave smal children in the nursery during thi hour and the houi of church worship following. 10:30 a. m.--Church service of wor ship and sermon by the pastor. "Keep ing Life's Growing Edge" will be th Rev Mr. Clerks' sermon subject. Mis Martha Kool will direct the choir. Na thaniel Williams will be at the organ 5 p. m.--All married students are in vited to Judson House, at North Clin ton and Fairchild streets (opposlt North Currier hall entrance) for ves pers and a talk by Dr. Roscoe Woods Pot-luck supper follows this meetini and there to a nursery for small chi 1 6 p. m.--All students are Invited 1 the Roger Williams House, 230 Nort Clinton street (one block south of Cur rier hall), to go outdoors for a "star light vesper" sprvire. Refreshments fo a picnic supper will be provided. Friday, September 2C 7:30 p. m.--"Cirrus Party" at th church at South Clinton and Burling ton streets for all students, new an old. First Christian Church 217 Iowa Avenue Donavan Grant Bart, Minister 7:45 a.m.--The Christian radio hour, WMT, Cedar Rapids. 9:30 a.m.--Church school for all ages. Feel free to join our group and study. Mr. Harold Woodard in charge of school, 10:3* a.m.--Morning worship and communion service. The sermon topic will be, "For the Sake of Others." Miss ..lUVA. *11«- Vllwli "..--»- -", f Prof. Thomas Muir will ..-o Most Holy" by Frnnck with solo. * " _ _ « , if. V M *'.,j4n*n hin. MT a os oy »t, Eugene Oliver. Mrs. Budora Shep; erd will sing "O Rest la the Lord Elijah) by Mendelssohn. as chosen for her organ numbers Chorale" by Kirnberger, "Benedictus y Karg-Elert, and "Andante con moto y Volckmar. . A nursery i» maintained during the morning service for the convenience of Barents with small children. 4:30 p.m.--Westminster student vespers. Dick Sutherland, worship leader. Doctor Pollock will speak on 'IJour Church at the University. 1 ' All Pres- yterian students are cordially invited, 'here will be a complimentary supper and a social mixer following. 5:30 p.m.--High school group meet- ng in the church. Virginia Sievers. eader. Topic: "What Touth Can Do Vlth the Race Problem." All high chool students in the church are in- rlted. Tuesday, September ZS Iowa City Presbytery meeting at itallssa. . .. Wednesday, September 24 12:30 p.m.--Group II meeting with Mrs. Robert Breese. 926 Bowery street. Thursday, September ZS 6:30 p.m.--First "colony" potluck upper in the church parlors. Elder ider, Mr. A. Clyde Sutherland. Friday, September 26 8 p.m.--Welcome party for new and old Presbyterian students. First English Lutheran Church (United Lutheran Church In America) Dubuque and Market Streets Rev. Ralph M. Knieger, Pastor 8:30 a.m.--The matin service with a sermon by the pastor. 9-30 a.m.--Sunday school. 10:45 a.m.--Morning worship. The J.U.~(;^--·»"-"» ii»n»j H U M - J H I * . . mi" pastor's sermon theme will be The High Cost of Life." Sunday afternoon and evening, from 3 to 10 o'clock, an open house for Lutheran students will be held at_tne ,utheran student house, 122 East Jhurch street. Monday, September 22 7 p.m.--Boy Scout meeting at the church. Wednesday, September 24 2 p.m.--Mission study class meets at the church. Thursday, September 25 6:30 p.m.--Married couples potluck supper will be held at the church. Each couple is asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Friday, September 26 8 -p.m.--Lutheran student welcome larty at the Memorial union. All stu- fents invited. Saturday, September 27 10 a.m.--Catechetical class meets at the church. Church of Christ, Scientist 722 East College Street Sunday, September 21 9:45 a.m.--Sunday school. 11 a m.--Lesson-sermon. The subject of the le.«son-sermon in all Churches of Christ. Scientist, for September 21, is "Matter." The golden text is "Little children, keep yourselves from idols (I John 5:21). Wednesday, September 24 8 p.m.--Testimonial meeting. The public is invited. A nursery with an attendant in charge Is maintained for the convenience of parents with small child: en. A reading room at the same address Is open to the public between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock every afternoon except Sundays and legal holidays. Christian Science radio broadcasts: Sundays, 8-9:15 a.m., WHO, Des Molnes. Will DC, JPUr u«s oajie UA WHIGA.J. *--~~ Ruth Colllster, organist, has chosen to Dlay. "Saoctus," oy Gounod, "Song. by Schumann and "Meditation" by Bubeck. Special music will be by a trio from Iowa City high school. Their number will be "Lift Thine Eyes" by Mendelssohn. , , . A nursery school Is maintained lor all pre-school young people under competent care. Bring your child to the nl 6:30 p.m.--University young people meet in the lounge. 7-30 p.m.--University of Life meet! at Methodist church. For all high school age youth. Tuesday, September 23 Boy Scouts meet at church with Mr. 'Wednesday, September 24 W.M.B.'s meet at 2:30 p.m. Meeting place will be announced. Friday, September Z6 Choir rehearsal in the sanctuary. Mr. Reinhart S. Ross, directing. Those wishing to sing in choir call Mr Ross at 8-0109, or the Rev. Mr. Hart. 6282. Coralville Bible Church Coral vllle Affiliated with Out Evangelical Fre« Church of America Rudolph Messerli, Pastor gifhday, September 21 9-45 a. m. -- Sunday school with classes for all ages. Mr. Leo Bergthold,. superintendent. 10-50 a. m.--Morning worship service." The pastor will begin a new =eries of sermons based on the sec9nd Epistle of Peter. The semon subject is "A Triumphant Entrance Into the Everlasting Kingdom." Special music will be presented by a mixed quartet. 7:40 p. m.--Pre-service prayer meet- "f'p. m.--Evangelistic meeting opening with song service and special music. The pastor will present a mes- age on the theme The Voice of the 1101-4 Thursday, September 25 8 p. m.--Prayer meeting and devotional Bible study at the church. The time for choir rehearsal will oe announced In the Sunday services. Zion Lutheran Church Johnson and Bloomington Streets Rev. A. C. Proehl, Pastor Snnday, September 21 9:15 a.m.--Sunday school. ' 9-30 a-m.--Student Bible class under the direction of the pastor. 10-30 a.m.--Divine service. The paa- tor 'will speak on "Sinai or Zion, Which?" 3 to 10 p.m.--Open house at the Luth..-an student center, 122 East Church street. 'Radiogenic' Music Urged for Churches DBS MOINES UP)--"Radiogen- ic" church music has been proposed by Dr. Alvin F. Brightbill, head of the Bethany Biblical institute school of church music, as an "antidote" for the hillbilly tunes heard over the radio today. Dr. Brightbill says he means church music of such quality that "not only hillbilly fans but those who tune out both hillbilly and church music would be inspired to listen." Group to Meef Next Month-Delay Action on State Mansion * --, ,,__,,.. .» iin fJreen Thursday. September 25 6-30 p.m.--Potluck meeting of the Home-Makers In the church parlors Friday, September 26 8 p.m.--All-Lutheran reception to Lutheran stuflpnts at union. Saturday, September 27 9 a.m.--Confirmation instruction. Church of the Nazarene Burlington and Clinton Streets Rev. Walter C. Morris, Pastor Snnday, September 21 1:45 p.m.--Church school. Mr. Pau Clippinger, superintendent. 2-30 p.m.--Worship sen ice. The Rev Mr. Morris will speak on the subject "The Supreme Qualification for Chris tian Livinr " i p.m.--u u... Adams, leader. 7 p.m.--Hi Ny society. Mrs. Raymond Crow, supervisor. 7 p.m.--Nazarene Young People's society. Mr. Lynn Crow, piesident. 8 p.m.--Evening sen-ice. Farewell service by the pastor. , Wednesday, September 2* v 8 p.m.--Prayer meeting. Mennonite Gospel -- Mission Church Seymour Avenue and Clark Street Rev. Norman Boobs, Pastor Samuel Bershberger, Sunday School Superintendent 10 a.m.--Bible school hour, classes for 11- a.m.--Sermon, "The Power of the Blood." 7:30 p.m.--Young people's program, hildren's cburch in basement. 7:45 p.m.--Prayer and praise. 8:15 p.m. -- Evangelistic sermon, ·Where Is Tour Sacrifice for Sin?" Trinity Episcopal Church 322 East College Street Rev. Fred W. Putnam, Rector Rebecca Davis, College Worker Sunday, September 21 8 a.m.--Holy communidn. 10-45 a.m.--Choral eucharist. Sermon sy the Rev. Donald Brieland. Nursery n. the parish house. 5:30 p.m.--Canterbury club. Wednesday, September 24 6:45 a.m.--Holy communion. 10 a.m.--Holy communion. 7 p.m.--Senior choir reheasal. Friday, September 26 6 p.m.--Student-faculty buffet supper in the parish house. Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints Conference Room No. 1 Memorial Union 10 a.m.--Sunday school. Lesson subject. "Doctrine and Covenants." Visitors welcome. For information call Von Hansen, 8-0658. Unitarian Church Gilbert Street and Iowa Avenue Rev. Evans A. Worthley, Minister 10:45 a.m.--Morning service. Sermon topic. "Calling All Bystanders." Provision for the care of small children during the church hour has been arranged. Jehovah's Witnesses 111% South Dubuque Street Snnday, September 21 8 p.m.--Watchtower study: "Praise That Guarantees Salvation." "I will call upon Jehovah. Who Is ·worthy to be praised: so shall I be saved from mine enemies." Thursday, September 25 8 p.m.--Bible study: "Spirit's Sons of God." DES MOINES UP)--The committee namtd by the 1947 legislature to buy a home for the governor doesn't seem to be in any hurry. The committee met Friday and looked over three houses here, and then adjourned until October 9 without taking action. Sen. Fred Maytag (R-Newton) chairman of the legislative portion of the committee, said that "none of these hovwes really fills the bill exactly." It appeared certain, however, that the state is going to buy a home for the governor rather than uild one, and that the state is not olng to spend all the $75,000 ap- ropriated by the legislature. The three homes examined by the committee were those of Allan i.--Junior society. Miss Eileen f 1.02 PEB POUND SIOUX CITY (Jet--The grand champion baby beef of the Interstate 4-H show, here, shown by Mildred Johnson of Ida Grove, was sold at $1.02 a pound. THANKS... TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS! T AST month this Company put into effect a new system of handling its monthly gas and electric statements. Instead of being distributed by messenger as in the past, each statement is now sent via government mail. Reduced to postcard size, it is also somewhat different in form -- although th* information provided is virtually the same as before. It is gratifying to note that the change has met with decidedly favorable response on the part of the great majority of customers. "I like this bill---not so much paper to carry." "These are much more convenient." "Been after your company for years to mail these. Now you have found out that I was right." "It's a lot easier to file these receipts away." "A bill coming through the mail , is more satisfactory." These are typical of the many favorable comments made. Adopted as a means of streamlining and improving the billing procedure, the new system represents one of the many ways ia which the Company, is striving to provide the best possible service at the lowest possible cost. In ac- eentirn* th* change agreeablv you have helped greatly in putting it into effect smoothly and efficiently. Your cooperation is very much appreciated. IOWA-ILLINOIS GAS AND ELEOTRIO CO. 211 Eaat Washington St. A. (X Kelley If you had an automobile accident in Texas, Florida, or California and had no liability insurance just exactly what would you do? The above question we hear all the time and we know the answer. They are our very best customers as t h e y learned the hard way. · The new Iowa Financial Responsibility Law that goesi in effect October 1st makes the uninsured owner think about taking any more chances. Want to ask any questions about the law? On Any Insurance Problem Consult S. T. Morrison Co, ?03'/, East Washington Street Telephone 6414 W Denny at 4141 Greenwood Drive, Harry Ginsberg, 200 Foster Drive, and Gerard S. Nollen, 2900 Grand avenue. The governor of Iowa has not , lived in a state owned house since i World War I days. Goy. Robert D. Blue and his family are living in a house Blue bought. How Does * Christian Science Heal? ·F you would like to know more about this scientific religion which heals human ills and wives human problems, come to A FREE LECTURE " entitled Christian Science: The Hope of the World Fulfilled" By Harold Hotter, C. S. B. of Chicago, Illinois Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The Urst Churok of Christ, Scientist, to Boston, Mas* Sunday Afternoon, Sept. 21st, 3 p.m. in First Methodist Church First Church of Christ, Scientist, .of Iowa City, Iowa Cordially Invites You WELCOME STUDENTS We hope your stay in loWa City will be a happy one. We are here to help you with your financial affairs in every way we can. No doubt you'll want to open a checking account and perhaps a savings account and you'll find the First National Bank always friendly and reliable. You will be welome/ too, to confer with us on your financial problems, and you'll find our officers courteous and co-operative at all times. / FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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