Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 29, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 29, 1963
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JS_ Jaaiesburp Kefltster -Mail,Caalesburg, claw +~J6 eft/iced, lions Calvary A8MmM,v ttf Owl — New simntaer program will be introduced. Sermon during worship will be "the King's Business." Evening service topic will be "The Important Words That Direct Lffe." Tuesday, prayer at the church. Wednesday, midweek service in the evening. Saturday evening, church rally with Rev. E. M. Clark, guest speaker, First Lutheran — Sermon will be "The Work of the Church." One period of worship and study during months of July and August. Worship will he at 9:30. Study at 10:15 a.m. Sunday. July 7, congregational meeting at 11 a.m. Saw. We Heard, We Know." Ser mon at 11 a.m. by Deacon Vernon Johnson of East Galesburg. Re union service at Nauvoo with gea eral fellowship meeting at 9, and worship at 10:45 a.m. Speaker will be Apostle Percy Farrow of Ifi> dependence, Mo. Weslcyan Methodist — "Christ's Way, My Way" will be theme of vacation Bible school program Sunday at 10 a.m. Pastor will speak on subject, "The Way of God" during combined program and worship hour. Annual business meeting of Weslcyan Missionary Society Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the church. Second Baptist — Sermon during worship will be "The Conquest of Inner Space." BTU at 6 p.m. Evening worship at 7:30. Tuesday, Mission Circle at the church at 8 p.m. Wednesday, midweek service at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Trail Explorers at 9 a.m. SI. Martha's and Knox County Nursing Homes — Melvin Rewald, retired minister, will speak Sunday at St. Martha's at 2, and at Knox County at 3 p.m. Mt. Calvary Lutheran — Sermon will be "Brother to the Prodigal." Holy Communion on first Sunday of I he month.' Allen Park Baptist — Morning message will be by„Gene Sparks. Evening message by Howard Garrett. Tuesday, GA's at 6:45 ( ).m. Wednesday, BiL' ...ldy and prayer at 7:30 p.m. Evangel Temple — F on, "The Weapons of Our Warfare." Evening evanr;;'isUc Tervice '' 7:30 p.m. T / "An Alarming Cr, at Midnight." Thursday, Bible stta'y sn A prater at 7:30 p.m. First Church of the "pen V" '2 — "Echoes of Truth" •<-> V"i Sunday at 9 a.m. Topic will be "The Man. Christ Jesus." iev. Smith Terpening will speak ^n "Facing Life." Evening worship U ' at 7 will be "It's T 'p to Us." Wednesday, Bible 'udj ' t ay- er at 7 p.m. Thursiay, Sunday school picnic at La'..., Storey, f" t- lu-day, men's pray... • ceting at 7 p.m. Grace Episcopal - Holy Eucharist Sund-y t "" ^0 a.m. Morn ing pr • ; ' serr— ' ' • "n. with church school r or nursery through third grade. Morning prayer and Holy Eucharist Wednesday at 10 a.m., and Thursday at 9 a.m. First Church of God — Christian Brotherhood Hour Sunday at 8:30 a.m. over WG1L. Sermon during worship will be "God, Our Father." Gospel service at 7 p.m. Ladies prayer group Tuesday from 10 to 11 a.m. Midweek services Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, youth, children's meeting. First United Presbyterian Sermon during worship will be "The Sa 1 'Tying Life." Community vespers at 2294 N. Broad St. at 7 p.m. Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church, speaker. Tuesday, Boy Scouts at 7:15 p.m. V- dcrson St' '. ~ . ' t-Cer- mon chirr _ '-orship will be "Taking Ifc. I - d's Name in \V~." Junior youth at fi p.m. r ,,ing service at 7. Mystery musician will play. Wednesday, visiWion at 6:15 p.m. with prayer meeting to follow at 7:30 p.m. Rescue Mission — Services every night at 7:30 p.nj. Speakers will be as follows: Sunday, Kev. Sylvester Sanford; Monday, Rev. J. Alfred Johnson; Tuesday, ny Meline; Wednesday to nounced. Thursday, Rev. Ernest Moates; Friday, Sherman Grimes, and Saturday, Jess Huddle. July 7, there will be a musical at fr-e Mission at *:30 p.m. United Church of Christ, East Main Congregational — Sermon will be "Such as I Have." No youth fellowship. Trinity Lutheran — Sermon will be "The ' *nd of Heaven." Sat urday, Luther League summer te treat at Camp Skylark. Bcthesda Baptist — Sermon wil be "A More Excellent W-v. ' Birthday tea at Carver Cente'i from 4 to " - .m. Monday, business meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tues day, Bee Hive Club at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, midweek prayer serv ice at 7 p.m. service at Henderson ^et list Church at 2:.10 p.m. Membership class at 6 p.m. in pastor's study. Junior and senior youth at 6 p.m. Evangelistic service at 7 p.m. Message, "Why No Peace?" Monday, Sunday school sk: ting party at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, visitation at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, trustee meeting at 7 p.m. Bible study and prayer at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, senior youth al the church at 7 p.m. to go play miniature golf. Bethel Baptist ->• Sermon, "When a Man Meets the Lord." R •. Leonard - Ser^, prsl ol Elim Baptist Church, speaker. Prayer al 6:45 p.m. Evening serv lev .at 7. M" w - 'v terson. Tuesday, Committees >t Christian education board at / p. m. Senior j i .uth at Peterson at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, I "Me study and prayer at 7:30 p.m New study on "Life and Teachings of Jesus" will begin. Baptist camps at Camp Shaubena n junior camp July 21-27, and jun ior high camp July 28 through Aug. 3. Vacation Bible school Aug. 12-23. Rev. Gene McAllister, guest minister Sunday, July 7. Advent Christian — Sermon will be "The Liberty of Christ." Evening service at 7. Midweek service Wednesday at 7 p.m. Youth camp for junior high youth and up will be held at Camp Rude near St. Charles July 7-14. Mission Society will have monthly, meeting July 9 at the home of | Mrs. Dorothy Lockwood of Knoxville. Sunday school council July 7 following worship. "Official Bctiiany Baptist — "Bethany Bi ble Thoughts" over WGIL Sunday at 3:20 a.m. Missionary Sunday will be observed. Sermon during worship will be "One Thing God Will ' T ot Give Away." Baptisma Evangelical United Brethren — Homebuilders picnic Sunday. Sermon during worship will be by Dr. John Bouldin, superintendent of the district. Intermediate scavenger huni and lunch at the church Moday at 11 a.m. Group symposium No. 3 at 7 p.m. Church softball league at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rev. Jesse Cotton will meet with youth at 7 p.m. Wednesday, WSWS at Lake Storey at 9:30 a.m. Central Congregational — Ser mon during worship will be "Struggle With a Purpose." Community vespers Sunday at 7 p.m. al 2294 N. Broad St. . Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — Church school theme will be "We Is Not iii the Abundance of Things Possessed, but Is in Doing the Work of Christ IF A MAN LOVE ME HE WILL KEEP MY WORDS" John 14:23 LIFE BEGINS IN CHRIST 9:30 Bible School. 10:30 Morning Worship. Miss Vivian Johnson will play violin. 6:00 Junior Youth. 7:00 Evening Service. We will have mystery musician. "Galeiburg's Friendliest | Church." tywtfaM&n Sheet BAPTIST J COR. NQ8TH AND HINDfJtSON SIS. k E«v. William Thurber, Pastor N. Henderson Circles Plan Breakfast NORTH HENDERSON - Jean Wolford and Mildred Taylor Circles of the North Henderson Methodist Church will hold a breakfast July 23 at 8 a.m. in Loins shelter house at Lake Storey Park The Wolford Circle will serve the breakfast, and the Taylor Circle will present the program. The circles will give a party at the Galesburg State Research Hospital July 16. Plans for the projects were mapped at recent meetings of the circles. Report on Projects In the Wolford Circle meeting, members fashioned washcloth slippers and Fourth 'of July favors for the Research Hospital and Mercer County Hospital. The lesson on National Council of Churches was given by Mrs. Lee Ynrde, assisted by Mrs. Cletus Robertson and Mrs. Ed Axell. Mrs. Amy Ross of Smithshirc was a guest at the session held at the home of Miss Rose Mathers. The Taylor Circle, which met at the home of Mrs. William Meeker, also fashioned items for the Research Hospital and Mercer County facility. Mrs. Kenneth Benham, Mrs. Jim Jones and Mrs. lx>is Allgeyer will make nine dozen cookies for the Research Hospital July 28. The lesson was given by Mrs. S. W. Timberlake, assisted by Mrs. Lee Lynch and Mrs. Harold Tornqurst. Mrs. Lois Allgeyer was received as a new member. Vacationers Return Home At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD - Mrs. Thelbertl Barnett has returned home after] a 2 -week vacation. Mrs. Barnett visited her sister, Mrs. Sam Barnett and family at Springfield: her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Guthris and twin bbys at Joliet, and B a r n e t t's brother, and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnett and family at Lockport. Ronald Barnett, who had been visiting the Barnetts in Lockport, returned home with Ills mother. Mrs. John D. Baugh and Mary Frances of Kansas City, Kan., came to the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Stauffer and family, to take] Madena Stauffer to their home! for a 2 -week visit. Mrs. Donald Teel and sons Dale, Danny, and Mark, visited Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Houfburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ketchum and I Mike of Escondido, Calif., are visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ketchum, and other relatives in this area. Serves at Camp Rev. James L. Agee, pastor of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, will serve as adviser for a week at Camp Cilca near Springfield. The camp, sponsored by the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, conducts a program of camping throughout the summer. It was announced that Gary Gohlinghorst of 918 N. Seminary St., and Bruce Menke of 218 N. Henderson St., recently returned from the camp. Ioivans Visit Alpha Home ALPHA—Relatives from Have ock, Iowa spent a night at the liomes of Mrs. Winifred Rinehart. The party, along with the Louis Browning family, attended the wedding June 22 at St. Anthony's Church in Atkinson of Teresa VanDeWoespyne of Atkinson and Dennis Jones' of Geneseo, the bridegroom being a grandson of Mrs. Rinehart. The relatives from Havelock were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones and daughter Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rinehart and family. Club Convenes Mrs. Jules Lambin entertained the Ninette Club at her home Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Clarence Kerrick of Havensville, Kan., a former member of the club. Games were played and prizes went to Mrs. Gerald Whitcomb, Mrs. Kenneth Morland, Mrs. Glenn Anderson Jr., Mrs. Tom Page, Mrs. Wayne Nelson and Mrs. Clarence Kerrick. Mrs. Gary Kerrick of Sheffield was a guest. Postpone Rio Meet PIO — July 3 meeting of the Women's Service Guild of the "Rio Presbyterian Church has been postponed from that date to July 11. Reason is because the Knox County bloodmobjle will be at the church July 3, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mrs. Joe Shepherd is in charge of the campaign, and Richard Shepherd and Don Fritz are recruit chairmen. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Board Wednesday evening, July 10, following midweek service. fltrt Methodist — One service at 11 a.m. Sermon wHl be "Down to Earth Religion." Community vespers Sunday evening at 2294 N. Broad St.. at 7, D*. Joseph Hoffman, pastor, will speak, Tuesday, wscs at 9:30 ft.ftt in church dining room. First Church of Christ, Scientist — Subject for worship and Sunday school at the same hour will be "Christian science." , Covenant — Sermon during worship will be "the Poetry of God." Picnic for Sunday school at Lake Storey at 1 p.. Mo ' y> kitten* ball game at 1 p.. vena» . vs. Bethel Baptist. Wednesday, l 'Me study and prayer at 7 p.m. imftiannel thodlst — Sermon will be "David and Jonathan." District t-l." j conference at First Methodis* Church Loin 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, k'tte*' -.11. Emmanuel vs. F' jt Melodist at 7 p.m. Wednesday, commission on eJU"ition at 7 p.:.i. at 1 ' ?h. All com Htees will meet prior to the meeting. These Religious Messages ore published under the auspices of Galesburg's Churches and are sponsored by Galesburg's Business Firms THE FLAG THE CHURCH FOR ALL... ALL FOR THE CHURCH . The Church is the greatest factor on earth for;the building of character and good citizenship. It is a store-. house 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. Behind the open Book, we see the Star Spangled Banner of the United States and the cross-borne flag of Christianity. Does this seem like a strange combination to you—the flag of a nation beside the flag of a religion? Not at all! Look into the Bible and see these great truths: MAN IS THE CHILD OF A LOVING GOD; WE ARE MADE IN GOD'S IMAGE. Here is explained the DIGNITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL. Now we begin to realize how close is the relation between democracy and the Church. Our national flag, our church flag would not be here today were it not £o» the open Book. Come learn of this Book. Come worship and study in the church of yow choice this Sunday. Copyright 1963, Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Straiburg, V*. Sunday Deuteronomy 4:1-8 Monday Deuteronomy 28:1-6 Tuesday Joshua 24:14-25 Wednesday Psalms 8 :l-9 Thursday Isaiah 1:2-9 Friday Galatianf 4 :1 -7 8atnrdagr 1 €o!oMii «g 1 BUM? 1 HAWKINSON MFG. CO. 151 Cedar Avenue GALESBURG SOFT WATER SERVICE 175 North Cherry St. KARMELKORN KANDE SHOP 44? fast Main St. LANE GLASS CO. 18 West Main St. ADAMS PRESSED METAL CORP. Chamber! A Mulberry St. HIGGINS' ROSZELl DAIRY 75 Maple Ave. J. P. BENBOW PLUMBING ft HEATING 1191 South Wttt St. CLIFF ANDERSON INSURANCE AGENCY 45 South Kellogg St. PALMGREN FLOOR COVERINGS 439 fait Main St. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 600 fait Main St. SEARS ROEBUCK ft CO. 4*7 Salt Main St. PARK DRIVE DAIRY 595 N« Whitetboro St. C ft E GROCERY Henderson ft Fremont $ti. CHAS. S. GAMBLI MUSIC CO. 5*4 N. Henderson ft. MAURITA DALE SHOP 131 fait Main St. ^ PUCKETT IUICK CO. 149 Wwt Main ft, i

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