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*• r IftVEHTU DAI AtfVlfmtt Ml Biiint Afi •JO; ©wwh.n* II jftM0i BAMIB torn** •Hi Mr aoum tti v • Wtitttttfii* piitei DIRECTORY iAriiit Atimnted *fttb Souihftffi 0«pU*l Convention. _ 1701 Mtiltttfy at, bible school* M6t *or«h.p s*rvtc« 10:4ft; B.T.U*. #;30t •vtning icrv tee. ItT BMiHANt BAP rial (Aalotilatftd fftlfti U.AJtB.C.). Dr, Paul TftMtU. etitet Ha fi. B.mm<m# St. •uhd »y ichool »46j morning Mnr* 1**, 10:6d; ov*niftf feme*, is Youth rthowihlp, tti midweek Bible etudy end puyet Wednet day, 1*0 10:301 BKiHhX BAPTIST Donald G. Peterson, oestor l\m N Academv £i Bible achool, 0:30; worship, evanma guipei service ' high* and seniors at BKTHUSDA BAPT1S1 VVhiteaboro atreel and Orand ava nufc Robert £. Morgan. Sunday achool, 9.45; morning for •hip, ll; midweek ear viae Weclneiday. GALESBURG CHURCHES JilRH'l CHHlS'llAft Jamea E. Smith, mlntetet. North Broad and North atretto Sunday schooL eJOt worship tees 7 10:46. tiaai UHUHGH Of CHRIS i SCIENTIST Broad add Ujaay aueeta. Sunday achool and sarvtcas 11', Wednesday, I. Reading room 66 S. Prairie St, CUVKNAN'A Dayton and Jefleraon street* G Harold Ahlberg pnator Sundny school, 9; worahij, 10; ning services, 7. eve Bl BLE BAPT1S1 _ Clifford Dartt, bettor Corner ol Brooks streeta. Sunday achool, 10: morning wot- ship, 11, goapel preaching*, eve* ning aervfea, 7*0: Bible study Wednesday 730. riRST BAPTIST (American Baptist Convention) Cherry and fqmpkins atreatt. Malcolm O. Shotwell, pastor. John D. Kern, associate pastor. Church achool, 9.30 classea for aU ages; worship at 10:30, including •ermonette for children. Super* vised nursery and kindergarten. 9:30-11:30: children's extended aession, 10:46. BYF 0:30-6. Midweek service, Wednesday. 1-8. a^aHar HENDERSON STKttJC'l BAPTIST (Independent fundamental) Henderson and North streeta. William Thurber t pastor Bible school, 9:30; morning worship, 10:30- evening worship, 1; midweek aervlce, Wedneaday, 7:30. . SECOND BAPTIST 605 S. Cherry St. C. L. Coleman, paator. Sunday school, 9:30; morning •hip, 10:46; evening service, GONUHaiUAi'iOflAi* CKNTRAi. CON OliKU AT ION AL W. T, Uppert, minister. Southwest corner ol Public square. Church achool tnurtery through Junior department) and worship and Munbard | A t 10. UM'i'Jtt> CHUKCH Of CHRIST, EAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL Main and Whitesboro street*. Leon WUhite, mlniater. CHUrch achool. 9:46; worship senr- Icea, 11. GRACE EPISCOPAL Prairie and Tompkins streeta. George W. DeGraff, rector. Hold Eucharist, 7:30; morning prayer, 1st, 3 and 5th Sundays; Holy Eucharist, 2nd and 4th Sundays and sermon, 10; church school (nursery through third grade) 10. Weok days and holy days as announced. ANUEL1CAL UNITED BRETHREN Dale Catlin, paator. anday school, 9:30; worship Ice, 8:30 and 10:30. aerv WOT 1:30. BIBLE MISSIONARY 1640 Moshler Ave Larry Roberta, paator. Sunday school, 9:30; mornmg ship service, 10:30; Young pie's meat, 6:45; evangelical tee. 7:30. WOT- peo aerv GRACE BIBLE 714 fi. Fremont St. Oavld Funk, paator. Bible school, 10; morning worship 11; evening service, 7. Midweek aervicea, Wednesday. 7:30 * APOSTOLIC T A BERN ACLE 662 W. North St. Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. Roy Mast, paator. Sunday achool, 10; worship, 11; eve* ning service. 7 :30. Wednesday Bible study. 1:45. CATHOUC CORPUS CHR1ST1 CATH Prairie and South streets A. B. Curran, pastor; Anthony Lane. J. Callanan, aaniatanta. Sunday Masses, 6^7; a, : and .Uj Holy days, 6, 7, 8 and 9; evening Masses, every Wedresday. ttrer Friday and Holy day at 6:16., IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CATHOLIC At end of North Broad street to achool chapel. .J. E. Lohan, pastor, Richard Slavish, Thomas Kimball and William J. Stratman, assistants. , . Sunday Masses at 6, 1, 8, 0, 10, 11 a. m. and 12 noon; daily Masses at 6:15 and 8 a. m.; evening Masses at 5:20 on Holy Oaya and first Fridays. SAINT PATRICK'S CATHOLIC John Horan, pastor; Joseph' Mae- Poland, assistant. South Academy and West Third streeta. Sunday Masses, 6, 8, *0 and 11 a. m.; daily Masses, 6:30 a. m. except Saturdays and first Friday. 5:30 p, m. St. Joseph's Convent, 6:20 a. m. except Saturday, 1am. CHURCH Of CHRIST 955 Lawrence Ava. Forrest Shatter, evangelist Bible study, 9:45; morning worship, 10:45; evening worship, 1:90; Thursday Bible study 7*30. CH U RCH Of CHRIST 1501 E, Losey St. Bible study, 10; morning worship, 11: evening service 7:30 ADVEN'l CHRISTIAN Donald Mace, pastor. 1673 N. Seminary.St. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; evening service, 7. Wednesday. prayer service. 1*80. EVANGEL TEMPLE Ira L. Bevard, pastor 62 Illinois Ave. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; evangelistic service, J:W. Thursday, Bible study and prayer, 7 3© CHURCH OF GOO 1530 Brown Ave. Ernest Moatea, pastor. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 11; young people's meeting, 6:30; evangelistic service, 7 30. Wednesday, prayer meeting, 130; YPE service, 7 30; Junior YPE meeta In small auditorium. FIRST CHURCH OF GOO 1614 E. Knox St. Henry A. Stamm, pastor. Sunday school. 9:45; morning worship, 10 45; evening vespers, 7; youth activities, 8:16. r ^^^^^^a^^^^^^^^^a^^a^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^ CHURCH OF GOD IW CHRIST B57 W. Berrien St. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 1130. TrtE ISRAEL OF GOO'S CHURCH : THE W»H.A> Corner Knox and Holton atreeta. 'Elder Dewel Taylor, pastor Sunday Mass, 10:30: Sunday achool, 6: evening worehlp. 8. Friday, Testimonial and prayer service, 7 ' 4 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 360 E. Ferris St Donald E. Pont, oranch president. Priesthood meeting, b 30; Sunday school, 10; Sacrament service 6 30. Tuesday. Women's Relief . society, 7 30.. Wednesday. Mutua) Improvement Association. 730 Saturday; Primary. 10. (eaaaVMaSeWal^^VBiimBV REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS 53 N. Henderson St Thomas Poplett, paator. Church school. 9:45: morning ship. 11; evening service. 1 UN1VERSAL1ST-UN1TAR1AN • Woman's Club, North Prairie and East Grove Streets. Church school. 10; worship service* 11. ^^^^ LUTHERAN FIRST LUTHERAN Seminary and Waters streets Ordell W. Peterson, pastor Richard Kenndey intern. Morning worship and Sunda> school hours. 9:30 and 11. TRINITY LUTHERAN Kellogg and Ferris streets. Ralph D Anderson intern. Worship, 0; junior church service, 10:10. 1372 W I'remonf 9t Jamea Atfee, past of. Divine aerviee IO *JM Mimf end mnie eiaaiMe, , im, Holy communmri uetjAity firtt Sunday e* the ia>einli MEtMOtilit ^ 4 ^ ALLEN CHAPEL A. it. I 153 E. rothpkfni St. J. w Cotton, nature. Sunday aohbOL »;16; mortilng #o» ehip. 10:46Tchriitian Endeavor, 4; evangelistic service, 7 JO suMt* filed nursery during eervleee Midweek prayer and B Wednesday 1 EMMANUEL UETHODISt Kellogg and Waters atreeu Ralph H Dude, pastot Sunday achool, 10; morning wor. ship, lit Methodist Youtb Fal- lowship, 6:30; evening worship, 7:30. riMS'l METHOD181 Northwest comet Kellof* end Ferris stteeu Joseph C. Hoffman, pastor; Orin Watson, minister of education. Sunday school, 0:46; worship, 11; ore-school children are cared for in the nursery. MCCOLLIIM ^E'lHOUlBTt Perry Bishop, pastor. Semiiiary inn I'nnu «treete. Worship, 9; Sunday school, 10. WESLEVAN METHOUiSi M. J. Bailie, paator. 857 N. Farnham St, Sunday school, 9:46: morning wor* ship, 11; evening fellowship hour. MAZARENE ~ FIRST CHURCH Ol THIS NAZARENE Webster and Elm etree*. Floyd H. Pounds, paator, Sunday acnool, 930; morning worship, 10:30; NYPS 6:16; evangelistic aer/ice, 1. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:3d: Missionary meeting first Wednesday of each month. FAITH CHURCH^F THE NAZARENE Monroe and oemard «treeta. Arthur ^urnsido, paator. Sunday schopl, 9:45: mornmg worship, 10:50: NYpS. 6:45; evangelistic service, 730. FIRST CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 856 W. Losey St. Weldon Davis, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11. Overcomere, 630; Jet Cadeta, 630; evening service, 7:45. Wednesday. midweek service, 7:45. Saturday Men's prayer meeting. 730 PENTECOSTAL FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL 719 W. Knox St. D. H. Walker, pastor. Sunday school 9:45; Praise service 2:30. evangelistic service. 730. DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE 260 N. Chambers St. A. D. Snyder, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; evangelistic service, 1:30. Wednesday, midweek service. 130 JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 S. Chambers St. Sunday: Public talk. 3: watchtowet study. 4:15. Thursday Ministry school. 730; service meeting. 830 LIVING WAY BIBLE CENTER 74 S. Seminary St Dorothy O'Connor. Rachel Stroopa. Adelaide Carter evangel* ists. Sunday achool. 10; worship, ll; evening service. 730 Thursday service, 7:30. FOURSQUARE GOSPEL East South and Pearl streets. Jamea Uhler, pastor. Sunday school, t ):45; morning worship, ll; Crusaders. 630: evangelistic service, 7 30. Wednesday midweek service, 730. Saturday men's prayer meeting, 730. PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold St., (comer of Summit) L. S. Lancaster, paator. Sunday school. 9:45; morning worship. 10:45; Pilgrim youth service. 7; evangelistic service, 7 30 Prayer meeting Wednesday 730 RESCUE MISSION 66 Public Square Sylvester Sanford, religious dl- rector* Meetings each evening at 7 30. Free beds and meals' for homeless men THE SALVATION ARMY 137 S. Cherry St. Major Violet Hasney officer in charge. Sunday school, 10; Holiness service, 11; Young Peoples Legion, fl; Salvation Service, 7:30. (Street service at 7.) Tuesday, Directory class, singing company and Junior Legion Wednesday teachers preparation class, 7. Midweek service 7:45. Thursday. Ladles Home League, 1:30 Band and songster practice. 'I. Friday Corps Cadets and Torehbearere Club,' 7. Saturday. Feginnerr music classes, 10.* FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Prairie and Ferris streeta Kermit W. Petersen and Joseph R, Boatwright, ministers. Church school 9:90; worship 1L JEWISH Temple Sholom, Monroe and Wesi North streets. Club Gives Farewell at Alexis Home ALEXIS Mrs. Robert Houser and Mrs. John K. Elder entertained at a buffet supper Monday in the Houser home the members of Faculty Bridge ar)d guests as a farewell party for Mrs, Don Parr and Mrs. Charles Beck, who are movin^Jrom Alexis, Bridge was played, with favors going to Mrs. Thomas Peake, Mrs. Raymond Hart, Mrs. Charles Beck TRUE INDEPENDENCE COMES FROM CHRIST Christ not only tell* us to be Free, but He mokes MI Free* ******** SUNDAY IS A H01Y PAY DON'T MAKE IT A HOLIDAY v ' 0:30 Bible School My. Elmer Howard, Supt. 10:30 Morning Worship 6:00 Youth Group 7:00 Gospel Hour Galesburg's Friendliest Churci BAPTIST COi. NORTH AND HENOflSON Kev. WiUiojn Thuri ^^^^^^^^ and Mrs. George Zarcoff, A gift was given to honored guests by the group. Guests were Mrs. Lawrence Moore, Mrs. Edith Deuth. Mrs. George Johnson Jr., Miss Ruth Anderson and Mrs. Les Guilinger, of Little York. Mr. and Mrs, Scott Mabry of Alexis are parents of a boy bom Tuesday morning at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrence accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Laurence of Monmouth Monday to Wausau, Wis,, to visit her sister, Mrs, Roy Bradberg, and family and Sayner, Wis., Jo visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles'Laurence, on to Minneapolis, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Wilkinson. They will be gone a week. Mrs. 0. A. Walters and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Driscoll, of Monmouth, spent Sunday with O. A, Walters, a patient at Veterans Hospital in Iowa City. Rev. and Mrs. B C. Sthio left Monday for their new home at Danville, where he will be pastor of Methodist Church. Rev. and Mrs. 0. Ruth moved to Alexis Monday to be new pastor at Evangelical United Brethren Church and Henderson Evangelical United Brethren Church. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Sharer and family, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sharer and family attended a picnic supper held Sunday evening m the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rod­ ney Streets of Seaton. Others present were Mrs. Eileen Litton of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Litton and family, Mr. and Mrs, Donald Litton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Litton, of Woodhull; Mr, and Mrs. Elwyn Kanau and daughter of Kewanee; Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Granger of Rock Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wright and son of Moline. Bible School Program Held At Henderson HENDERSON—The Evangelical United Brethren Bible School held its program at the church Sunday. Mrs. M. L. McClure, director, was in charge. She said they had an average attendance of 46 and had 10 teachers. Each class sang songs or gave Bible verses. They also had their handcraft they made on disnlav. Refreshments were lawn with charge of serving. on display, served on the church Thomas Franks in Clerics At Home in Swan Creek ftev. Melon SWAN CREEK Cox, flev. Mable Brown and Rev Edith Swope were dinner guestf Sunday in the home of Delia Ap plegate. Isaiah Shows Problems of His Time Are Common By LOUIS CASSEta United Press international During a recent Senate debate on Housing legislation. Sen. Clifford P. Case, R-N.J., pleaded for new controls over "urban over Mr. and Mr«.~Hownrd Bradley "P™ 1 " , which , ,ca y csm ™ ^ J space between developments. To bolster his argument, he visited Sunday in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Cushing at Crawfordsville, Iowa. ed In piling up ffiofe lusritt fof themselves. To escape from anxiety about the international situation, $t ©lit of boredom, many of the "best" people had begun to drink heavily, and to engage In promiscuous sexual adventures. It was to this people that Tsa ENGAGES QUARTET—The "Witnesses," North Central Bible College women's quartet, will be featured In a concert at Calvary Assembly of God Church Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Members of the group Include Delores Krans of Toledo, Ohio, Janet Swan son of St. Paul, Minn., Myrna Quam of Superior, Wis., and Doris Geffert of Northflcld, Minn. A combined family reunion and pro ph e t 'isaiah* shower were held Sunday at EU .. Wo6 to those who j oIn house dridge Park to honor Mrs. Judy to house Bagley, with about 40 persons attending. read from the Bible a warning j a h spoke. And he made clear voice 2 t 700 years ago by the that the warnings were not his i. r ^ Margery Wolf attended Spring Lake Camp for the young people of the Bardolph Methodist Church "Who add field to field, "Until there is no room. That Isaiah is still being quoted in legislative assemblies, aft- 1 he cried, last week. Jean and Danny Wolf cr 27 centuries, will come as no own, out tne woras or me Lord- Contemot for Lip Service Isaiah said God had only contempt for a people who "honor m°re| me with their lips, white their hearts are far from me." Lo Mrs. Minnie Larson is now a patient at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Knoxville. Charles Schroeder of Oak Park took dinner with his mother, Mrs. John Schroeder, Sunday. He is visiting with his daughter, Mrs. William Snedden, and other rela- 1 tives in Galesburg. Marble Fragment May Prove Jesus Did Live in Nazareth "Bring me no more vain offer- spent a few days with their grand- surprise to anyone who is famil- j n g S . your incense is an aboml parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ir- j ar with the Old Testament book na tion to win. me. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Varney and son Terry of Aurora have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl De Moss. Mr By CARL C. CRAFT LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Jesus from Nazareth? digging, recalled that be* in Monmouth Harry Goodell which bears his name. Isaiah was one of the greatest of the Hebrew prophets. He spoke passionately about the problems of his own time and place. But his generation had much In common with our own, Indeed, I cause was there a Nazareth in his time, searchers were I ell has been ill recently. some growing disheartened and careless or was it invented to satisfy pil- near fhe end of the season, grims to the place where Jesus The seminary lived? A workman's accidental dis- evidence that Nazareth did exist in covery of a fragmenfof a Hebrew the time of Jesus. The inscription Rio inscription on marble may help on the marble was part of a list terdahl of Macomb The year Rio Area News Notes have been preached to an A can congregation of the 1963. Isaiah poured out his message to the children of Israel for a period of about 40 years, begin "Your solemn assemblies and your appointed feats, my soul hates; they have become a burden to. me. "Even though you make many prayers, I will not listen while your hands are full of blood. "But wash yourselves; make yourselves clean; remove the evil of your doings from before my eyes; "Cease to do evil, learn to do good; "Seek justice, correct opprea- ning around 740 B .C. This was a s j on) defend the fatherless, sup- At 1 ll 1 • 1 - £ T--J_t- * . * . A. Rollin Set- . - , t _ . , — spent the time when the kin g dom of Judah port the widow." was under constant threat of at- Again, and again, Isaiah answer urcac questions, JLIIC uaK- «~"»~" r *.~«wj ~~ —~ »»^n^iiv* ai tuc nvniv. vi mo ^ai . , , . ~ ment is being studied by the Is- towns where they lived in Gali- e nts, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Setter- ^ ck ^ a ruthless aggressor, the stressed that ]ust treatment of Hebrew University. Antiquities dahl, and attended the wedding A^™" em P ire People Were Faithful fragment Shalom Attiah noticed the chunk in the period of the late second to I Huff of Woodhull at the Hender- all men was not merely an incidental aspect of religion, but the of marble in his wheelbarrow at the fourth century, A.D. Dr. Vardan excavation .site at Caesarea, a™an said the inscription contains [ 29. Mediterranean the earliest known Hebrew refer- Israel, Coast. on the ences to Nazareth. It was a time when people heart and core of it. And he said Church June I were very punctilious about keep- that God was angry at every ing up the external appearances wrong inflicted upon the weak or Mr. and Mrs. Roy Halsted of I of religious devotion. They kept disadvantage members of so- Peoria drove to Marshalltown. Dr. Jerry Vardaman, archaeol-, --„ t , , „ , . tJ t lU « ,i 1 w .ir, ltttAri i« mi /waif/in nr I ents. Mr. ana Mrs ogy professor at the ful in their attendance at solemn assemblies. Bantist Theological Seminarv in Capernaum. The Name "Naza- son. Peterson had been a patient Mi^^^S^t2^ as applied to Jesus some- in the Evangelical % Hospital three however^ Isaiah saw a spreading Speaks Of The Weak "What do you mean by crush- Beneath this superficial piety, | ing my people, "By grinding the fa^es of the poor? says the Lord God of JACOBY ON BRIDGE times is said to refer to a pre- weeks » wh <*e he had undergone moral rot. There were grave social in jus- 1 Hosts. He also spoke unequivocally Christian religious group. Skepticism on the subject was noted in the Encylopedia Bibli- surgery. Mr. and Mrs. David Flack are I tices in the land. But the people ca: "It is very doubtful whether the the parents of a son born Friday, who controlled the power struc- about the rising rate of alcohol- the vain and provocative and other June 28 at the Cottage Hospital. tures of society were pot doing | ism Mrs display, Wrong Card No Mistake By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Ass areth itself was really the dwell- } Lindquist family of Peoria called June 28 at | fact, some were trying to perpet-1 symptoms of moral decadence which he saw in a materialistic Mr Although the nation was enjoy- an d self-centered society. "Woe to those who rise early Testament, in Josephus, or in. Stewart Carlson the Talmud." County Carl C. Cree I ing economic prosperity, there were vast numbers of poor peo- * n the morning entered the I pie who did not share in it. The run after strong drink; some sort of settlement existed | Tuesday to undergo surgery, at the present site of Nazareth in excavations Jesus* time. He said recent there—a.ong with the prize find Any time you find things run- of the fragment _have produced ning badly it should cheer you to archeological support for meet my friend, the unlucky ex- ^ bscriptura i statement that pert. He never makes a mistake, but unfortunately his opponents never make mistakes against him. It is even more cheering to Jesus was from Nazareth. WEST *Q73 V Q 10 9 3 2 • 762 + A6 NORTH 4K1082 VK8 • AQ953 493 EAST Prairie City News Notes Miss Beckie was an overnight guest June 28 at the home of Alta Kay Loveridge. Who tarry late into the eve- them; they were solely interest-1 ning, until wine inflames them." And in another place he pronounced a woe upon "the daughters of Zion (who) are haughty and walk with outstretched Right for You PRINTED PATTERN 4888 SIZES 12 '/2 -24£' * J654 V J75 • K8 4X542 PRAIRIE CITY — Relatives have received word that Arch Everly, a former resident of the community, is a patient at a hos- >ital in Longmont, Colo., where le has made his home for a number of years. His home address s 430 Emery St., Longmont, Colo. Mrs. Flo Hoagland was released from the hospital Saturday and is being taken care of in the lome of Forrest Serven. Boy Scout Troop 345 has acknowledged the support of local residents on its car washing project last Saturday at the Flat Iron Park north of the business block. The boys earned $30.75 to go to the camp fund, but are still far listen to his stories in his own (behind of their goal to make it possible for all boys of the troop to go camping next month. Florence Sloan, Margaret SOUTH (D) A A9 V A64 • J 10 4 + Q J 10 87 4 Both vulnerable South West North East Opening words. 12 "Maybe I shouldn't open point hands, but I can't imagine anyone passing this one. And mflvhA mv nartner shoulc trump. But who can blame him for jumping to game? He had 12 good points and a nice five-card suit. Any- sponsored the three girls going to camp. Mr. and Mrs. Albert White Smith and Beverly Wenz are at- ending MYF Camp at Lewistown this week. Mrs. Sylvia Gunther went as the camp counselor. The WSCS of the Methodist Church way, the three no-trump contract was a good one. Give West the king of diamonds and I have nine easy tricks against any defense. However, finesses never work for me when I need them and I had an extra line of play at my dis- were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ronk in Canton oun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Moran from Cincinnati, Ohio, were also present. Miss Nancy McFadden is visit- posal, in case West had opened # from a five card suit, f «™hheA I ing friends at Chicago this the first heart in dummy and lec the three of clubs. "As you can see, if East plays a low club I can't lose the hand and Mrs. Kathryne WestfaU Mrs. Grace Buchen were weekend guests with NOTE: S#nd ptlt«rn orcUu direct to Htw Yoflc. Watch addrcii balow. Ordavt will NOT b« »cc«pi«4 at GaiMbu?9 nawtpapa? of Ilea Softer shirtwaist pretty to look rtUiiw ^an at. practical to live in! Good-taste Uieir cmiaren, details include raglan sleeves, crisp I play any one of my clubs. If West ducks I go after diamonds and even i£ the finesse loses I have nine tricks. If West takes the ace 1 .simply duck one heart and nothing bad can happen to me. Furthermore, East was not a good enough player to go up Canton aluminum sidin with the king of clubs. But look what happened. "He played the king of clubs and then looked at it as if a rat- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis V/estfall and pleats. For cotton, blends P , Printed Pattern 4888 Half Si family at Morrison. 12>/ a , 14V&, 16>,2, 18%. 20V2, 221 .3 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barbhur and I f*^ rec * uires 4 * ards 45 * FIFTV CENTS in coins tor this tlesnake had bitten him. He started to apologize for pulling the wrong card, but after the king held it was a (liferent story. He led a heart and when I took the three children from Galesburg , r Pll „ >„„ ,„ ( L ft pattern—add 15 cents for each pat- moved luesday to the Robert [ ern (or nrst-cias* mailing and Ryan place vacated by the Ralph special handling. Send to Anne Wagners, who moved nell Monday. Barbhur works at d IS[ainiy eW ONE!: SIZE and STYLE NUMBER pany. The Bishop Hill News Notes BISHOP HILL - Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bergren motored to Normal Saturday and Ruth Ann returned with her parents after attending the FHA camp at the University at Normal. She attended camp with t\yo Cambridge girls, Nancy Carlson and Dyann Peterson, Mr. and Mrs* Lesley Carlson brought the girls to camp. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Oberg have returned after spending the week, Mr. Oberg at Bemit, and Mrs. Oberg at the WSCS School of Missions at Wesleyan University at Bloomington. Mrs. Oberg was the Galesburg District Scholarship winner given by the conference to a member in each district, and there are seven districts. Six of the scholarship winners were present and were luncheon guests of the conference president, Mrs. J. L. McAdam. John Oberg, Sr., stayed in the home of his son, while they were gone and he is spending this week m in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McLennan in Kewanee, visiting his great grandsons Allen Dean and Steven Payne of St. Charles, Mo., who are spending two weeks in the home of their grandparents, the McLennans. necks, glancing wantonly with their eyes, mincing along as they go." "Hear the word of the Lord," Isaiah cried to the rulers and people of his day. "The Lord of Hosts says.. .1 will turn my hand against you, "And will smelt away your dross as with ly6 "And remove all of your alloy. .. "Zion shall be redeemed by justice "And those in her who repent, by righteousness. "But rebels and sinners shall "And those who forsake the Lord shall be consumed." be destroyed together, 2 Men and a Mallard MIDDLESBORO, Ky (AP) Merlin Gagle and Gurvey Madon unexpectedly wound up with a floating duck hatchery on their hands. Returning from a fishing trip, they found a mallard sitting on five duck eggs under a seat in their boat. Politely, the owners left the craft to Mrs. Duck to hatch her brood. CALVARY CHURCH (Kellogg and South Sts.) F NEW WORSHIP SERVICE SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER To 10 A.M. 10 To MORNING WORSHIP Air-Cooled Sanctuary! 250 Free Seatsl Nurseryl SUNDAY SCHOOL Class For All Agesl Absorbing Talks! Kid Stuff! A.M. This schedule permits "Whole Family" Devotionals Before ncreased Seasonal Activities of the Day Begin, Rookie pitcher Mel Nelson of the Los Angeles Angels is a former outfielder. He's a southpaw to Bush-1 Mail 411 Pattern Dept 243 V$ York NAME. 11, N Y ADDRESS Print with corn- Household Science will meet Wednesday, July 10, at CatalQ * Just outl 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern- -any one Club you choose in new Summer Pattern Send 50 cents now the Presbyterian Church. Roll call will be a "safety travel hint." guests present *vere Mr. and Mrs Hostesses are Wilna Beatty, Nell Grant Ryan and children, Abing- Taft and Blanch Parkin. Clark Slothower of Dixon, a don. friend of Bobby Ryan, is a house Ed Meyerson, a native of Cleve- j diamond finesse I was down I guest of the Robert Ryans this land, Ohio, coaches the Univer- A ft • 1 1 A 1 111 rn 1 !i . r 111 l* . L 1 * A. ___ 1 two." week. A cookout was held Tues team SPECIAL SUNDAY NIGHT Rev. E. M. Clark Springfield, HI. Plus North Central Bible ln$t. GIRLS' QUARTET — Come • Visit «*> . . . End of a Search — for a Friendly Church. CALVARY

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