Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 13, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 13, 1963
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-» JStit Mahi CMgngatlMftMfer. IB*«, "FdlloWefs of Christ*'* PH- grltn youth fellowship at 6:30 p.m. Boy Scout troop meeting Monday •t 7 p.m. Tri-M ice crearii social Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m. and cleaning night at the church on Thursday at 7 o'clock. Emnunu«1 Methodist -Sermon, "Sojourners and Wanderers." Youth feUowshipers will meet at the church for a bike hike starting at 2 p.m. Delta Alpha Circle tteets at church for potluck lunch on Friday," Second Baptist — Sermon, "Fatth in Action." BTU at 6 p.m. and evening services at 7:30 o'clock with message by Wardell Cato. Midweek service Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. First Church of the Open Bible — Sermon, with Rev. Charles Learning speaker. Special 25th anniversary celebration at 2:30 p .m. Evening worship at 7 o'clock and Bible study and prayer Wednesday at 7 p.m. Men's prayer meeting Saturday. First Lutheran — Rev. Robert Kinas wjll be installed at the church at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. Mr. Kinas is a graduate of Carthage College and the Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago. At First Lutheran he will be a director of parish education and youth activities. Rev. Eldred Trede of Chicago will deliver the sermon and rite of installation. Bethel Baptist — Sermon, "Our Great God." Prayer at 7 p.m. and the pastor will report on a recent trip to a conference at Vancouver, B. C. Church League Kitten Ball, Tuesday at 7 p.m. Quarterly fellowship and potluck picnic Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Lincoln Park Pavilion. Junior high youth groups, will spend the day at the Blackhawk State Park on' Thursday. Circle meetings, Marjorie Malm at noon, at Lake Storey Lions Shelter; Jean Nelson at 1:30 p.m. at Lloyd Coopers, and Jean Skoglund at Mrs. Rudy Sward 's at 1:30 p.m. Bethany Baptist — Bethany Bible Thoughts at WGIL Sunday at 8:20 a .m. Sermon, "The Power of God." Junior and senior youth groups meet at 6 p.m. Evangelistic service with sermon, "A Builder of Ruins," at 7 p.m. The pastor will conduct service at the Galesburg Rescue Church Mission Monday at 7:30 p.m. Bible study and prayer hour on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and Missionary Committee meeting at 8:30 p.m. Senior youth picnic at Monmouth Park Saturday. Henderson Street Baptist—Sermon, "The Lord's .Day.". Youth group meets at 6 p.m. and evening service at 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. with Earl Mannon in charge. The junior age boys will leave Saturday for Camp 111.-Mo. with the pastor. First Methodist — Sermon, "The Enemy of Religion." Children in grades 1 through 6 are urged to register with their Sunday school teacher for Vacation Church School Aug. 5 to 16. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints—Church school theme "All are Called According to the Gift of God Unto Them." Sermon at 11 a.m. by Elder Wade Hankin of Peoria. Bible school achievement program at 7 p.m. Women's department will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. District Women's leader, Hally Funk of Peoria, will speak. First Church of God—Christian Brotherhood Hour, 8:30 a.m. over WGIL. Community Vespers at 7 p .m. Ladies Prayer Group will acocecececey ENGAGE SPEAKER — Rev. John Poiizzi has been engaged as special speaker during evangelistic sevlces beginning Sunday for a week at the Calvary Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Mr. Poiizzi of St. Louis is a former member of the St. Louis and Miami Symphony orchestras and will play wind and string instruments during week long services, scheduled fo 7:30 p.m. every day. meet Tuesday 10-11 a.m. Quarterly business meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Senior camp at Camp Quest Monday through Friday. First United Presbyterian- Church school changed to 9 a.m. Senior high school student will have an evening of swimming and games at the Kirkpatricks on Fairway Road Monday at 7:30 p.m. Monmouth Presbytery meets at Coal Valley Tuesday at 4 p.m and Boy Scout Troop 215 meets here at 7:15 p.m. Junior high schoolstudents meet at the church at 4 p.m. to ride bicycles to Lincoln Park for a picnic. Lunch must be brought. Covenant — Sermon theme, "A Soul-Searching Question." Music committee meets in church lounge Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Bible study Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and ice cream social on church lawn Thursday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Evangelical United Brethren- Rev. P. L. Mast will preach Sunday. Group YF meeting at Colusa Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Church league softball game Monday at 8:30 p. m. YF picnic with the YF of AME Allen Chapel Tuesday at 5:30 p. m. at Lake Storey. Homebuilders picnic at Lincoln Park Wednesday at 6 p.m., bring fried chicken, one dish and table service, young people attending East Bay Camp will meet at the church at 7 p.m. Intermediate YF swim at Lake Storey Thursday at 1 p.m. Local conference at 8 p.m. Friday. First Baptist — Worship services will be held in Memorial Chapel with sermon, ' "If Man Should Reach the Moon." There will be no extended session for the Middler Department. Rev. Malcolm Shotwell wil lhost services at St. Martha's Home at 2 p.m. and at the Knox County Fourth Vesper Service Set For Sunday The fourth of a series of six Sunday evening Community Vespers will be held Sunday with Rev. Henry A. Stamm, pastor of the First Church of God as speaker. The service will be held at 2294 N. Broad St. on the backyard lawn of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tribbey. Sharing in the services with the Rev. Mr. Stamm will be Dr. Robert J. Kirkpatrick. Scripture will be read by James L. Bjorkman of Grace Episcopal Church and Roy Harding of First Methodist Church. Music will be provided by a trio comprised of Mrs. Hubert Dawson, Mrs. Rayford Darst and Mrs. Herman HiUery and soloist Miss Beverly Moores. David Allen will be the song leader and Mrs. Harold R. Moore, organist. Worshipers are asked to bring blankets or light folding chairs for seating during the service. In case of rain the service will be held at First United Presbyterian Church. Open Bible Church Marks Anniversary A 25th anniversary celebration will be held by the First Church of the Open Bible Sunday. Rev. Charles Learning pastor of Faith Temple, St. Petersburg, Fla., will be the speaker at 2:30 p.m. It was Mrs. Learning, accompanied by Mrs. Finn, who came to Galesburg in June 1938 and started a tent meeting on Henderson Street. This continued until September when the congregation moved into the present church building at 656 W. Losey St. It was purchased for $1,200 and could accommodate 35 persons. The church received its state, charter in 1941 and remodeling projects were conducted in 1942 and 1947. The church is currently involved in an extensive relocation program costing $100,000. Members have given an average of $80 a week for foreign missions in 1962. Missionaries from the church are Helen Clark, Guinea, John Heck, and Shirley Rounds, Japan. with CHRIST When you take Christ on the Journey of Life you have an infallible guide who'll go with you all the way. IN EVERY SEASON CHKIST IS TOUR FRIEND 9:30 Bible School 10:30 Burning Worship 6:00 Youth Meetings 7; (Ml Evening Service Everyone is invited to "Gatesfcurg's Friendliest BAPTIST Golden Age Affair Held In Alpha ALPHA — The fifth annual Golden Age banquet was held Tuesday at the Baptist Church. Members of the Loyal Workers Circle and Woman's Society served the meal. The oldest person present was Mrs. Grace Briggs of Alpha, and the one coming the farthest distance was Mrs. Herman Mason of Dunedin, Fla. Each woman presest was given a corsage. Table decorations were in yellow and white with vases of mixed flowers. Rev. Harvey Preston gave the table prayer and scripture was read by Mrs. R. G. Bohman. Taking part on the program were Paul Davison, Mrs. Miles Whimpey, Mrs. James Stewart and Mrs. Reuben Jones. Each person gave a short talk. Mrs. Laverne Phmkett was elected president; Mrs. Walter C. Peterson, vice president, and Mrs. R. G. Bohman, secretary- treasurer. Nursing Home at 3 p.m. Vesper services at 7 p.m. at 2294. N. Broad St., with Rev. Henry A. Stamm as speaker. Kum Join Us class is sponsoring a Cup and Saucer Tea on Wednesday 12:30 to 4 p.m. Builders class will leave the church for Swanees Saturday at 6 p.m. Central Congregational — Sermon, "Ideas That Jump Fences." A short meeting of the board of trustees will be held in the min­ ister's study following worship service. *—* • CalVary Assembly of God—Rev. John Poiizzi will be guest speaker at 9 a.m. worship and Home Missions Day will be observed at Sunday school. Services every day of the week at 7:30 p.m. with the Poiizzi gospel team. Grace Episcopalian — The rector will be out of town from Sunday noon through Thursday. In case of need for a!priest during his absence, parishioners ara asked to call Mrs. DeGraff at the Rectory. There will be no weekday services. Sunday morning services will be conducted by the rector. Church Women Meet at Kh'kwood KIRKWOOD — The Mary Marthas of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met July 9 in the church. Mrs. Edgar Lodwick. chairman, opened the meeting with an article about prayer, after which Mrs. Fred Bear led the group in prayer. Mrs. Cleo Dye was in charge of* the lesson on "National Council of Churches." She was assisted by Mrs. Wendell Wetzell. Mrs. New Windsor Bible School Enrolls 124 NEW WINDSOR— A total of 124 children was enrolled the first day Monday at the community Bible school. Mrs. Charles W. Peterson and Mrs. Harlan Peterson are in charge of the nursery; Mrs. Myrtle Thompson and Mrs. James Anderson, kindergarten; Mrs. L. Dahlgren, first grade; Mrs, F. Ryan and Sally Ann Wright, second grade; Mrs. Arthur Willems and Mrs. Hilding Johnson, third grade; Mrs. Curtis Young, fourth grade; Mrs. Dallas Switzer and Mrs. Lillian Oberg, fifth grade. Mrs. Donald Crawford and Mrs. Mario Forseth, sixth grade and Mrs. William Johnson, junior high. Other assistants are Carolyn Rice, Debora Forseth, Cindy Brown and Judy Brown, Melanie Forseth, Elin Thomas, Beverly Wadhams, Anita Anderson, Nancy Carlson and Tracy Goben. James Jones and Neal Bredberg are in charge of recreation, Miss Mabel Coleman and Judy Bonnett, pianists. Musk rut Fur The muskrat i? considered first among most valuable fur-bearing animals in North America, in the point of number of furs used. Trappers take between 10 and 12 million muskrats annually. Fred Bear was at the piano for group singing. Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Wetzel presented a dialog, explaining the work of the National Council of Churches. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, .Mrs. James Paris and Mrs. Randell Lovell. These Religious Messages ore published under the auspices of Golesburg's Churches ore sponsored by Golesburg's Business Firms High comedy! They may not be actresses, but they're accomplished mimics. Yet as I eavesdrop on their little game of pretending — well, as a mother, I'm just a bit frightened. How readily they pick up our characteristic poses and attitudes . . . always exaggerating to an extent. . . trying to be more like us than we are ourselves ! Then I remember the day John and I made that thoughtful decision to join the Church and raise our Children in a Christian home. What a difference that decision has made in our lives. And what a difference it is making in our children's lives. There's no harm in youngsters imitating adults ... so long as the adults they imitate are worth imitating! Copyright 1963, Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg, Va, THE CHURCH FOR ALU ALU FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of charae* ter 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 regu* larly and read your Bible daily. Sunday I Chronicles 29:14-19 Monday Proverbs 6:16-23 Tuesday John 13:1247 Wednesday I Corinthians 4:14-21 Thursday II Corinthians 10:12-17 Friday Ephesians' 5:1.6 Saturday I Thessalonians 1:440 THE CONTINENTAL CLOTHING CO. 143 East Main St. VIRGINIA EARY of Eory & Sullivan 223 E. Main St. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie St. THOMAS PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 2262 Grand Ave. EKSTROM HEATING & PLUMBING KIMBLE KARPETS 132 £. Simmons St. 1411 Bridge Ave. W. H, MAST & SONS SCANDIA BAKERY & LUNCH 108 and 326 East Main St. W, T. GRANT CO. 225 E. Main St. KLINES DEPARTMENT BADGER PAINT STORE STORE 7 E. Alain St. * E , Main St, 646 W. Main GOLDEN CREAM DAIRY 1700 Grant} 4# N, Kellogg PEOPLES FUEL AND COKE CO. 468 E. Berrte* LEATH FURNITURE CO* 456 E. Main St. t

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