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' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1952 - i THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOfS ' CHURCHES Attend Church Services ,/^>^^»AA /V'w'»<*M %*»*i* *r*f*"*"»-*>^"*^^^^^^ BONNIE-INA METHODIST TESSIE MINOR, Pastor Phone 3881-J-l BONNIE— . „ ^ Sunday school 9:45, Otis Braddy, superintendent. Morning worship, luOO. Message by William Minor, M. Y, F., 6:30. Doris Wilson, president. Children's service, 7:00, Evening service, Rev. Walter Leslie, a former pastor bringing the message. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening, 7:30, Mildren Becknjan, leader, INA— Sunday scho61, 10:00, June Glasco superintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30. Ruth Presley, leader. DAHLGREN METHODIST CIRCUIT Preaching services— Opdyke, 9:30 a, m. Belle Rive, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sermon by.O. R, Buess of Mt. Vernon, CAMP GROUND BAPTIST L, A, ADAMS, Pastor Bible school, 10:00 a, m. Brother Ray Highsmith, superintendent. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Preaching again at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Harlan Highsmith, leader. HOWARD COMMUNITY CII^VPEL Sunday school, 10:00 o'clock with some special singing. Prayer meeting Tuesday night at 7:30 o'cldck. Sister Ruth Michel will be the leader. The Rev. Howard Flota will bring the naessage. We are looking for a big crowd, so come early if you want a seat. WOODtAWN BAPTIST ' CHURCH JAMES L. FEAMAN, Pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Donald Hall, Supt. Morning worship 11 a. m. Training Union 7 p. m. Clarence Coats, director. Evening worship 8 p, m. Bible study and officers and teachers meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. NEW HOME CHURCH Homecoming Sunday at New Home Church, nine miles northeast of Bluford. Special music by Glad Tidings Trio. New Home revival starts Oct. 6. MARKHAM CITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE LESTER OATHOUT. Pastor Sunday School 9:3 Oa. m. W. R. Taylor, Supt. Morning worship 10:45. Message by the Pastor. N. Y. P. S. 6:45 p. m. Lora Hiatt, president. Evangelistiv service 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday night 7:30. Sister Tyler, leader. Bible study, 7:30 Thursday evening. ANTIOCH MISSIONION.'^BY BAPTIST CHURCH BYFORD KING, Pastor Sunday evening services 7:30. Sunday School 10 a. m. Gene Taylor, Supt.; Claude Flanigan, song ledaer; Joyce Foreman, pianist. Morning services 11 a. m. Evening services 7:30 p. m. There will be special singing at this service. Prayer meeting each Wednesday night 7:30 p. m. BLUFORD BAPTIST CHURCH EVERETT APGAR, Pas tar Rec. Stanley Ave. - Tel. 4429-J Sunday School 9:.30 a. m. Willie Keele, Supt. Claude L. Butler, song leader. Grace Russell, pianist. Worning worship 10:30 a. m. Baptist Training Union 6:30 p. m. Norman LeMar, director. Evening service 7:30 p. m, Wednesday evening prayer and praise service at 7:3. Sister Levin Keele in charge. Young People's prayer service in basement of Church. June Harlow in charge, BAKERVILLE CHURCH MARSH HARPOLE Pastor Sunday School 10 a* m. Fred Deachman,, Supt. Morning'worship 11 a. m. Evening service 7i30 p. m. The regular monthly business meeting of the church will be held Saturday night. PLEASANT VIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH S. E. COLE, Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday School, Bro, Leslie Hall, Supt. 11 a. m, Preaching. 7:30 p. m. Preaching. Bro. Cole has accepted this church for the coming year. Prayer meeting every Thursday night at 7:30 p. m. UNION CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH LEO RlABRY, Pastor Church School 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. M. Y, F. 6:30 p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. NASON FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH JAMES. FITE, Pastor. Saturday night service 7:30. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning worship 11 a, m. Evening worship 7:30 p. m. Monday night, Sept. 15 we are starting a revival with Bro. Floyd Hartley evangelist. Special singing every night. LIBERTY METHODIST ROSCO GANT, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m., Logan Marlow, Supt, Prayer meeting, Thurs,, 8 p, m., Carl Herriman, leader. Preaching services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p.. m. Sept. 21 at 8 p. m. will be our Fellowship Night. Special invitation to all gospel singers. SUMMERSVILLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH LESTER RILEY, Pastor Bible school, 9:30 a. m., R. L. Scrivner, Supt. Classes for all age groups. Morning worship, 10:30 a. m., pastor preaching. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Bro. Ernie Tate will be with us and will bring the message. Mid-week prayer service, Wednesday, 7:30 p, m. Sister Imogene Ellis will be the leader. We will be studying Revelations XVI. INA BAPTIST CHURCH PAUL CRAVENS, Pastor Sunday school. 10:00 a. m., Frank Coffman, Supt. Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. sermon by pastor. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. m. Sermon by pastor. Special music and singing both morning and evening. A wire recording will be made of special- singing in the morning and will be played at beginning of evening service. Come, have a voice in it. » Thursday, 7:30 p. m., prayer meeting. MT. VERNON CIRCUIT METHODIST CHURCH MRS. ALMA McCLAIN, Pastor Hopewcir Church school, 10:30, Donald Dalby. Supt. The first Quarterly Conference will be held in the Hopewell church at 3:00. Dr. Whitlock-will preside. Pleasant Grove Morning worship, 9:00. Church school, 10:00, Marvin Sledge, Supt. West Salem Church school, 10:00, Wilbur Jones, Supt. Morning worshjo, 11:00. Jr. and tr. M. Y. F., 6:30. W. S. C. S. will meet in regular service Tuesday 16th. Wednesday night prayer service will begin at 7:30. The Pleasant Grove congregation enjoys the ne\V steps leading into the auditorium. They are not only comfortable, they also add to the appearance of this lovely little church. The new addition to the West Salem church is progressing rapidly. The auditorium and basement have long been necessary to this rapidly growing church. MOORE'S PRAIRIE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Hungry Hill) DOUGLAS COX,, Pastor Saturday evening, 7:30. Sunday school, 10:00 a. m., Bro. Vincel Pierce, Supt., Miss Janet Cox, pianist. Morning worship, 11:00 a. m., DOia Mae Pierce, pianist. Eld. Raymond Pierce .will bring the message. Sunday evening, 7:30. Mid-week prayer service, 7:30 p. m., Charles Head, the leader. INA FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH CARL V. WILLIAMS, Pastor 7:30 p. m. — Saturday night. Evangelistic Service. Special singing. Preachin|: by pastor. There will be a special business meeting following the preaching service. 10:00 a. m. — Sunday School. Bro Hershel Hale, Supt. Our School is growing come and be with us. 11:00 a. m.—-Morning Worship. Message by pastor. ' 7:30 p. m.—Evangelistic Service. Special singing. 7:30 p. m.—Tuesday night. People's meeting. Sister Fowler, leader. ' Our pastor will be preaching at the Rescue Mission in Mt. Vernon 111 Friday night Sept. 12 at 8:00 p. m. PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST ROSS PARTRIDGE,. Pastor Phone 3949-J4 Sunday School — 10:00 a. m, Jess Knauss, Supt. Morning Worship — 11:00 a. m. B, T. U. — 6:30 p. m. Harley Duncan, Director. Building fund offering. Evening Worship — 7:30 p. m. Mid-week Service Wednesda,y— 7:30 p. m. The pastor will give the sermon at the Mt. Zion Homecoming Sunday afternoon. DIX CHRISTIAN CHURCH HARRY BLACK, Pastor Sunday School — 9:30 a, m. Mac Hayes", Supt. Morning Worship — 10:30 a. m. Evening Worship — 7:30 p. m. Bro. Ward Fry will preach for Ufi at the evening service. Bible Study Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. BLUFORD E. U. B. CHURCH Sunday School — 9:30. Morning Worship — 10:30. Youth Fellowship — 6:15. Preaching — 7:3a Prayer meeting Wednesday evening- OAKDALE E. U. B. CHURCH Sunday School — 9:30. Hall Marlow, Supt. LAVERL COOK, Pastor PISGAH HOMECOMING The annual Homecoming and basket dinner is being planned for Sunday Sept. 14 at Pisgah church, located 2 miles southeast of Cravat. A basket dinner will be served at noon. Special music and program is being planned for the afternoon. MT ZION HOMECOmNG There wall be a Homecoming at Mt. Zion Church Sept. 14. Preaching at 10 and a basket dinner at noon. Roll Call in the afternoon. Sunday School Lesson BY WILLLAM E. GILROY, D. D. IN THE TIME OF KING DAVID WAYNTC COUNTY SINGING CONVENTION The Wayne County Singing Convention will meet with the Zif Missionary Baptist Church, approximately six miles north of Enterprise, on Sunday, September 14, at 2:00 o'clock. Everyone is invited to attend, HAROLD L, HAGEL President OLD UNION BAPTIST (Old Union Road) SAM McCOY, Pastor Bible school, 9:30. Frank Purcell, superintendent. Morning worship hour, 10:30. Ed Tennyson, song leader. Delores Purcell, pianist. B. T. U., 6:30. Mrs. Marie Wilson, director. Evening services, 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Brother Everett Graham will be the leader for the evening. • EAST SALEM BAPTIST DAVID GODDARD, Pastor Services Saturday night. Brief message by the pastor, followed by the business meeting. Sunday Bible school at 10:00 a. m. Message by pastor at 11:00 a. m. Night services will be an evangelistic message again by the pastor. David, first successful King of Israel after the tragic downfall and suicide of Saul, the first chosen king, has become a great figure in succeeding centuries, a sort of religious symbol dowrt to our lime. He is the harpist and singer, symbolizing music in life and worship; he is the Psalmist, voicing life's deepest emotions and aspirations; he is £^ symbol of the loyal and affectionate friend in his love for Jonathan, a counterpart in the religious world of the fa- mouS Damon and Pythias; and perhaps, more than any other famous man except Abraham Lincoln, he symbolizes magnanimity and elemental gentleness in such incidents as his sparing the life of Saul and in the famous incident of the water from the Well of Bethlehem (H Samuel 23:14-17). But what of Israel during David's time? What was the condition religiously and socially of the people vvhorn he consolidated for the first time into a nation? For hitherto, I think it might be said, the Jews had been a people rather than a nation, with a tribal rather than a national organization — a fact strikingly interesting in pur own time when there is again a Jewish nation in Palestine. David, the successful man of war, brought peace to Israel. For the first time since the return from Egypt there was the opportunity for some permanency of building and prosperity. Despite the fact that we are living today in a war economy and our evident prosperity seems built largely upon vast production and expenditures incident to war, I think that history shows that the great eras of social and economic propserity have been based on peace. Iron curtains, fears, suspicions, and hostilities have almost abolished international trade and exchange, the potential volume, power and wealth of which . can be only dimly imagined if all the progress of communication and transportation could be brought will be Elder Ross Partridge; Elder Ray Wilkey, alternate. Elder Byford King, Moderator BELLE RTVE BAPTIST Sunday school, 10 a. m. F. Glenn Payne, superintendent. Worship service, 11 a. m. Message by the pastor. Training Union, 6:15 p. m. William Eugene Orrick, director. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. m. Message by the pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the pastor's home. M. D. Compton, leader. Work has already begun on our new church building. All - able- bodied men and boys are urged to help. Work each evening under floodlights until 9 p. m. SALEM SOUTH ASSOCIATION The Ministers meeting of Salem South Association will be held at the Antioch Baptist church southwest of Mt. Vernon on Waltonville road, Monday night, Sept. 15th starting at 7:30. The speaker for the evening YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND A FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE By THEODORE WALLACH, C. S. of Chicago, Subject: Christian Science The Key to Happiness At the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, 12th and Main Monday Evening, September 15th, 8:00 P.M. Under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Mt. Vernon, Illinois Mr. Walldch is a member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Chur.ch, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts. HARMONY BAPTIST KENNETH HOLLAND, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Howard Lisenby. superintendent. Mabel McDonald, pianist. Robert Lisenby, song leader. Morning worship service, 11:00 a. m. Evening worship service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening prayer service, 7:30 p. m. Jerry and Shirley Minor, leaders. OPDYKE MISSIONARY BAPTIST KENNETH HOLLAND, Pastor 10:00 a. m., Sunday school. Classes for all ages. Sammie Burnett, superintendent. Grace Burnett, song leader. Pauline Marlow, pianist. Prayer and praise service every Wedne,sday at 7:30 p. m. 11 UNPOPULAR UNIFORMS- -Shelves of this West Berlin clothing store are ailed with uniforms and accessories confiscated from East Berlin DoUcemen who have deserted, and found sanctuary In the^ western sector of Berlin Over 200 of the "People's Police" have managed to slip through chinks in the "Iron Curtain," and desertions stiU continue. INDICT BREWER ON INCOME TAX By Aiioclittd ^rc» WASHINGTON — Lawrence P. Bardin, former Indiana brewer whose name has been brought into congressional complaints of government tax irregularities, was indicted today on charges of trying to evade his 1946 income ta.xes. The two-count indictment, at Indianapolis, was announced by Attorney General McGranery. Hardin's name figured prominently in charges by Sen. Williams (R-Dol.) in William's recitation of alleged irregularities in the Iniernal Revenue Bureau. McGranery's announcement described Bardin as former manager of the Indianapolis Brewing Company. The two counts charged that Bardin reported an income of $5'28,824 and a tax theron of $246,382 for 1946, but should have reported $759,827 and paid a tax of $639,841. Williams told the Senate February 14 that Bardin settled a big tax claim for a small amount after Joseph D. Nunan Jr. former com- into effect and action in a world of international peace. David brougnt peace to Israel, and an abounding prosperity, the full nature of which became evident in the heritage he left to Solomon who continued to build upon the foundations David laid. This prosperity brought its own problems, as prosperity has brought them in successive generations. A spirit of materialism arose in contrast with the religious aspiration and expression that found its highest and noblest utterance in Solomon's prayer at the dedication of the Temple (I Kings 15:53). So in the national life, as In the lives of individuals, the conflict between good and evil, between religious aspirations and materialism, went on until evil eventually, or temporarily, triumphed to bring the nation down in division, dispersion and exile — with an ultimate restoration, fortunately, in the days of Ezra and Nehemiah. FINANCE YOUR HOME Through -n EQUITABLE ASSURED HOME OWNERSHIP PLAN which provide*— (1) Life Insurance to cancel mortgage \f OWTIPT diet. (2) Interest at only 4%. (3) A Cash Fund for emergencies. Call: A. PAUL FELUHGER 420-21 Rogers BIdg. 'Phones: OH 231: Ret. 1020 Here's real refreshment DRINK The wholesome goodness of Coca -Cola makes any pause refreshing. Enjoy it ice cold—right from the bottle. Bomeo UNOHi AUTHORITY » THI COCA^ COU COMPANY »Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. - 1129 Broadway ~ Phone 202 © 195», TH( COCA-COLA COMPANY missioner of Internal Revenue, obtained a special permit to represent the brewing firm. Nunan said, however, that he never represented the brewir^ company, never spoke to anyone in its behalf and never received a fee from the company. Williams contended, nevertheless, that he had a photograph of a waiver Nunan obtained from the Treasury to represent the firm. Such a waiver would be required because of Nunan's recent connection with the Internal Revenue Bureau. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 5c BUNDLE ROLL TICKETS 2,000 in Roll Double or Single Numbered Double Roll..... $3.00 Single Roll $1.75 MT. VERNON REGISTER-NEWS CO. (orriciAJ, POBUc^moii) REPOBi or coNomOh or » FIRST STATE lANK OP DIX DlX UXINOtS and showing condition at the cloie of bu.lnei. on th« 6t& t»4 of •«»)„ 1M8. 1. o 3. 4 6 8. 7 12 14 18 16 17 18. t RtSOURCEt Cash and du* from bank* Outside checks and other rash Items „„_ U 8. GoTcrnrotnt oblitatloaa direct tnd/ar faUjr rttaraBle.d ..... Other bond*, itocke and tecurltlei , ... Lo»n« and dii'^nnti - i....„._— Overdraft! —-——— Banklni hooM $1.00 furnUur. and fUtoraa $1 00 --— Other reaource* • 3 -ro .tTMK «<IQ,00 toft.ani.io Nona 836,0711.03 6P,99 i,aas,T4 Grand total reiOurMl UABiLrruts Capital ttock Surplua DndiTided pro«te (Net) „ Reserve aocounte ..-_-.„•—________..., Demand deposi(a _«._,__._____„_„„. Time depoMti .—. , S 1,382.010.M . • Ift .oonoo 20.000,00 18.SB2,(I7 83,«9«,5« . l,330..138.flll 43.440.04 (1) (2) (3) Total of depdsita: Secured by pledra of aaaeta Net aecured bj pledre of aasett- ... . ..llMa $1,978,788.6a Total deposits __.$l,27g,788.«» 26 Other llaftUitiea S73.9» Qrand total UabUltiea .... i 1,S83,S10,»4 I, Sub; E. Hooker, eaabier ef th. aboT.-named bank, da •olemBl; iw.ar that lb. abOTe statement I* true to th* bctt of my kaowMr. and belief and that- the tiana and amounts shown above atre. wltb the ttema and imotinta elioiro In (he report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, itate of IlUndU pursqani \a \vm RDBT •.«BOOKXll. Caehler. Correct Atterfl. N. W. OSBOEJI, OLA DOE An <aT. Dlrectere. STATE or ItiLINOlS—County of .Tefferaon—a* bubseribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of Sept., J.952. (SEAL) , LOLA PELL£ KMAUS8. tlotarr Pablte. PRESSURE CREOSOTED FENCE POSTS i POLiS-IUMilR Save substantially by buying direct from our Treatment Plant at MT. VERNON. ILL Te J. MOSS Til COMPANY Fhent 11 First Baptist Church 8th and Jordan ANDREW CARAKER , Minister W. H. Beckmeyer Director of Music Betty Pembcrten Orf anist The Fall Program Gets Under Way MORNING WORSHIP—10:00 Sermon: "Laborers Together With. God" Nursery Department—10:QO-11:00 . Church School—11:10 Baptist Youth Fellowship Supper—6:00 Meetmgsp^:25 EVENING WORSHIP—7:30 Sermon: "The God of Jesus" CHRISTIAN EDUCATION \VEEK—SEPT. 28-OCT. S PARENTS-CHILDREN NrGHT--OCT. 1st WORLD WIDE COMMUNION—OCT. 5th RALLY DAY IN CHURCH SCHOOL—OCT. 5th Attendance Gool—350 RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK—NOV. 9-16 Leader, Dr. D. J. Ev'ons Every morning service is broadcast over Station W.M.I.X. from ten to eleven. EFFECTIVE CHRISTIANITY TODAY Christisnlty was born In a time of crisis and Is crisis-proof. Christ enunciated the world's greatest religious principles when the world about Him was faUlor apart. His followers braved every danger in loyalty to Htm. Their work Is our work tpKiay. This Is a day, not for pessimism or passive waitinfi: for the coming of the Lord. This is the day to stand up for and with Christ. The world caa be won to Christ. The world can live by the principles of Christ. Therefore, let every Christian re-eaJist with Christ and make His way known in the life of today. In. an hour of great opportunities let it be said of each one of us as followers of Christ that "God can confidently count on me." "I will not fail God", is the uncompromising dedication each one must make. WORSHIP WORK PRAY UVI SERVE GIVE

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