Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 20, 1963 · Page 6
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6 Golesburg ReajsM^Moii, Gqlesburg, III, Sgtyrdgy,July 20, 1963 vranqe Q J Q 9 3 Ijrunction& Trinity Lutheran — Sermon will be "Law and Gospel." Members will meet at 3:30 p.m. at the church before going to Rod and Gun Club. A joint picnic .vith Trinity members Of Moline and former pastor Marvin L, Raymond and Mrs. Raymond, is being planned. First Methodist — Sermon will be "The Purpose for Living." Vacation church school for grades 1 - 6 will be held Aug. 5 -15. First Church of Christ, Scientist — Topic during Sunday school | and worship at the same hour will be "Life." Galeshurg Rescue Mission—Program will be Rev. Sylvester Sanford. Sunday; Farmington Bible Church, Monday; Evangel Temple, Tuesday; Rev. Elgin Shook, Wednesday; E. W. Hagspihl, Thursday; J. R. Huddle, Friday, and Saturday to be announced. Emmanuel Methodist — Sermon will be "Sojourners and Wanderers." Youth at the church for bike hike starting at 2 p.m. Delta Alpha Circle at the church Friday for potluck lunch. Henderson Street Baptist Church—Sermon will be "Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother." Youth at 6 p.m. Evening service at 7. Wednesday, visitation at 6:15 p.m. with prayer meeting to follow at 7:30. Bethany Baptist — "Bethany Bible Thoughts" over WGIL Sunday at 8:20 a.m. Sermon during worship will be "Fear, Forgetfulness and Fury." Junior and senior youth at the church at 6 p.m. Message at 7 p.m., "A Red HQrse for a Doomed World." Wednesday, Bible study and prayer at 7:30 p.m. Christian education committee at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, intermediates leave for Camp Ul.-Mo. Advent Christian— Sermon during worship, "How Much Are You Worth?" All evening services dismissed until September. Youth at the parsonage for reorganiza- tional meeting Friday. Meeting of church region Aug. 10 at Cardington, Ohio. Pastor and wife expected to attend. Mission meeting for August will be held at the home of Jane Van Dell Aug. 13 at 7:30 p.m. Family camp at Camp Rude near St. Charles Aug. 18-25. First Baptist—"A Letter From a Birmingham Jail" will be the sermon theme during worship services. Sunday afternoon Senior youth will attend youth rally a' First Baptist Church in Havana at 7 p.m. Pastor will speak at vesper service, 2294 N. Broad at 7 p.m. Friendship Class Hawaiian Luau at the home of John Robson. Wednesday, youth camp committees at the church at 8 p.m. Saturday, senior youth social at the home of Pam Hilligoss. Grace Episcopal—Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon at 10 a.m. with church school for nursery through third grade. Wednesday and Thursday, morning prayer and Holy Eucharist at 10 a.m. Friday, Holy Eucharist at 9:30 a.m. at Cox Chapel at Research Hospital. Mt. Calvary Lutheran—Sermon during worship will be "Peace." 'speaker. At 10 a.m., special contest for each department. Evening service at 7:30 with the Rev. Mr. John Polizzi and family in the closing service. Wednesday, family night at 7 p.m. Children's hour, silent church and living faith group. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — Church school theme will be "By Godly Walk and Conversation." Sermon at 11 a.m. by Elder Thomas Poplett. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Centra! Congregational — Wor ship at 10. Sermon will be "Travelers of the Mountain." Community vespers at 2294 N. Broad St. Sunday "at 7 p.m. Second Baptist—Broadcast over WGIL with theme, "The Value of a Personal Faith." BTU at 6 p.m. Evening service at 7:30. Wednesday, midweek service at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, youth choir bake sale at 11 a.m. Sunday, July 28, deaconess board will hold annual program. Message at 3 p.m. by Robert Steward. First Church God — Christian Brotherhood Hour Sunday at 8:30 a.m. over WGIL. Sermon during worship will be "What is That in Thy Hand?" Sunday at 7 p.m., monthly musical program. State camp meeting Monday through Sunday at Camp Warren, Decatur. Wednesday, midweek activities at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, youth fellowship, and children's meeting. — \ Allen Park Baptist — Morning message will be "The Difference Calvary 9 a.m. Assembly of God—At Rev. Shotwell Is Speaker For Vesper Rev. Malcolm Shotwell, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will deliver the sermon Sunday evening for the fifth in a series of six Sunday evening community vesper services. The service will be held at 2294 N. Broad St. on the backyard lawn of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tribbey. Open to the public, the service will begin at 7. Sharing in the service with the Rev. Mr. Shotwell will be Dr. Robert J. Kirkpatrick who will preside. Scripture will be read by Ralph Nevvberg of the East Main Street Congregational Church and Robert Parke of the First Christian Church will lead in prayer. Music will be provided by soloists, Rev. Dale Catlin of the Evangelical United Brethren Church and James Huff, trumpeter of the First United Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Mr. Catlin will be the song leader, and Mrs. Harold R. Moore will be the organist. Worshipers will be welcomed by ushers from the First Christian Church. Those who attend may park on either side of North Broad Street and on the island. Worshipers should bring blankets or light folding chairs for seating during the service. In case of rain the vespers will be held at the First United Presbyterian Church. Between Sin and Salvation." Evening message will be "Responsible to God Through Jesus Christ." Wednesday, Bible study and prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m. Evangelical United Brethren- Sermon will be "Life is a Tragedy." Youth will have a river trip at 1 p.m. Leave from the church. Young adults at 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, camp at East Bay for juniors, interme diates and senior highs. Tuesday, adult Bible class at 2:30 p.m Wednesday, adult Bible class at 7 p.m. First United Prcshytcrian — Church school and worship at 9 a.m. Sermon during worship by Miss Emily V. Gibbes, secretary of the Women's Department of the Board of Christian Education of the United Presbyterian Church. Vespers at 2294 N. Broad St. at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Boy Scouts at. 7:15 p.m. Session at the church at 8 p.m. First Lutheran—Sermon will be "Alive to God." Training for capital improvement fund beginning July 24. Bible study Sunday morning. Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- 1 tcr-day Saints—Priesthood meet-^ ing Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Marilyn j Ator and Allen Hosier, speakers during Sunday school service. Sacrament service at 6:30 p.m. Darrell Flake, Nauvoo district councilman of Keosauqua, Iowa, speaker. Wednesday, Mutual or-1 ganization at the church at 6 p.m. to go to Lake Bracken for swimming party. Friday, Primary at | the chapel at 10 a.m. First Church of the Open Bihle -"Echoes of Truth" over WAIK at 9 a.m. Topic will be "How co Be Spirit Filled." Sermon during worship will be "Righteousness of Christ." Overcomers at 6:15 p.m. Topic at 7 p.m. will be "Jesus Is All You Need." Wednes- Rev. John Polizzi guest Church ol God Adopts Record Annual Budget ANDERSON - Church of God. Honor Couple At Toulon Open House TOULON - Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hackwith were hosts to an open house Sunday honoring his brother and sister-in-law, Airman l.C. Donald Hackwith and Mrs. Hackwith. Married Dec. 22. 19H2, in Dusseldorf, Germany, they came to the states June 14 and are visiting relatives before reporting to disclosing an 11 per cent increase j Malmstrom Air Force Base in in budgetary giving during l-jiia- 1 Montana. Guests were present 63. has adopted a record $1,634,2*5 i f r0 m Chicago, Champaign, Rock budget for the current fiscal year, j island. Moline. Kewanee. Shef- Rev. Paul Tanner, executive di- j field and Toulon Mrs. Hackwith, Greenbush 4-H'ers Give Program GREENBUSH — The Greenbush Unit Homemakers Extension met July 17 at the Greenbush schoolhouse with Mrs. Frank Woods acting as hostess. The unit was hostess to the Greenbush 4-H Baste and Taste Club and mothers. The program was presented by the 4-H club girls. Charlotte Hatch gave a talk on her recent trip to the University of Illinois. The girls presented a dress revue. Ilene Shreck gave a demonstration on "Honey Biscuit Dough." Tressa Anderson gave a talk on her trip to Camp Shaubena. Susan Schmolshof gave a demonstration on "Tossed Salad." Third year girls showed their dresses. They were Chrissie Haar, Charlotte and Cindy Hatch, Becky Kepple, Karen and Sherri Lincoln and Ilene Shreck. Eilene Flanagan gave a talk on "Safety." The program was announced by Mrs. Merlyn Anderson. Returns From Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vandeveer, Kristin and Ricki returned Tuesday from a vacation trip to Denver and Boulder. Colo. While in Boulder, they - visited Mrs. Vandeveer's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mitchell, who are spending the summer there. The Vandeveers came to Greenbush after arriving in Galesburg, where they were breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mitchell. They later returned to their home in Farmington. rector for World Service Division the movement's promotion and fund raising agency, said giving through June 30 was $1,485,363. Church of God overall per capita giving in 1962-63 was $132. The church executive said 51.4 per cent of the new budget is earmarked for home and foreign missions work. Included in the new 1.6 million dollar budget is a $100,000 special project goal ..o aid Warner Pacific College. Portland. Ore., in a broad expansion program. STARTING SUNDAY See ELVIS in "IT HAPPENED AT THE i WORLD'S FAIR" j CADI THEATRE | CAKL Knoxville Maqtion Group Represented at WSCS Meeting MAQUON—Mrs. Donald Swearingen, Mrs. Walter Piatt, Mrs. Harry Harper, Mrs. Russell Wilson and Mrs. Clarence Burnett attended the district meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian ed home from Kewanee Public j Service at Monmouth Wednesday. assisted by Mrs. Kathryn Pendarvis. served refreshments. Toulon News Notes Charles i Chuck> Davis return- Hospital, where he had been a patient alter being accidentally injured with a gunshot wound in his leg incurred while returning his gun to the holster. He had been doing target practice while working at the Allendale coal mine near Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shonk and David of Marshall and Miss Con- Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Randall and sons of Louisville, Ky., came Tuesday to spend a few days at the home of her mother. Mrs. Laura Wilmot and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor were dinner guests Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McCune. The Steady Stitchers Club met nie Leonard are visiting this week j Tuesday at the rural home of with Mr. and Mrs. James E. ; Mrs. Sadie Cooper. Miss Connie Mock Sr. and other relatives. j Cooper was a guest. Members Mr. and Mrs. Otto Paulson and ' spent the afternoon with needle- Pam and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth work. i Muckey and Jerry have returnedi i home from a vacation trip to' Iron ore was reported in Min- j Mountain Home, Ark. ' nesota as early as 1850. day at 7 p.m., Bible study, "Divine Healing Versus Medical Science." Saturday, men's prayer meeting. St. Martha's and Knox County Nursing Homes •- William Palm­ er will speak Sunday at St. Mar* tha's at 2 and at Knox County at 3 p.m. McColhim Methodist—Rev. Orin Watson of»First Methodist, guest minister, Pastor is on vacation. Ice cream social Tuesday'from 8 to 9 p.m. Covenant Chrirth — Story for children will be- presented, Sermon will be "A Message From Outer Space." Evening service at 1 p.m. Sefmon will be "The $ny to a Consciousness of (Sod." Monday, kittenball at 7 p.m. Wednesday, servjee of prayer and Bible study at 7 p.m. '\ 'Evangel Temple — Mfss'-Mar­ garet' Shaw, guest speaker, She is a missionary to tfavajo and Hoppi Indians. Evangelistic service at 7:30 p.m.' Evflhlng message will be "Wagbfts*' ftodfld for Egypt." Thursday,' Sible study/ and prayer at 7:30 p.m. These Religious Messages are published under the auspices of Galesburg's Churches and are sponsored by Gales burg's Business Firms - -- i v -P - ' mmmmmmmkmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm You can't see any farther ahead from the second step than you could from the first. But you know you are closer to the top. And that very aptly describes one aspect of man's quest for spiritual understanding. ONE SUNDAY IN CHURCH DOESN'T MAKE US CHRISTIANS. And sometimes a month of Sundays finds us still struggling with doubts and wrestling with temptations. Prayers'don't always seem to have been answered. And parts of the Bible may constantly baffle us. But the truth of the matter is that every spiritual step we take is exactly that — a step. It may leave our perspective unchanged for the moment. But it is bringing us closer to that higher level of life from which man's vision enlarges. Until we reach life's spiritual crest, the most important step is always the NEXT. Join the millions who'll climb a little closer to the summit Sunday. Copyright 1963, Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg, Va. Sunday Psalms 63:1-4 Monday Lamentations 3:22-27 Tuesday Matthew 6:7-15 Wednesday I Corinthians 10:6-13 Thursday Hebrews 6:9-15 Friday James 1:16-21 Saturday II Peter 3U4-18 BLACK BROS HARDWARE 401 L. Main St. P&M ACCESSORY CO. 367 E. tompkins St. WESTINGHOUSE LUKE'S — APPLIANCES 45 s. Prairie St BUTLER MANUFACTURING COMPANY 1020 S. Henderson St. CARROLL'S BOOK STORE 125135 E. Main St. W. A. JORDAN COMPANY HO S. Seminary St. FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK 21 E Main St. QUINT'S SERVICE GOODRICH DISTRIBUTOR 612 E. Main St. BENNER FOOD STORES 735 VV Main, 962 E. Main, Seminary and Frempnt St. GALESBURG FINANCE & THRIFT CO. 121 S. Prairie St. McCREERY MOTOR SALES Kellogg ft Tompkins GROSS GALESBURG CO. M E. Ferris St, ALTON BOX BOARD COMPANY MomnouUj Blvt O, T. JOHNSON COMPANY 13fi E. Main St. FIDELITY FEDERAL SAVING * LOAN ASSOCIATION Main tad Cherry I,

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