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\ !l 0 13. g A f tog wheel from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, (of the WSCS. Wednesday, f:30 Communion will be observed Oct. | p.m., the mission! commission will meet at the church. Friday, ,6:39 ftit,. libit mm will 6t James held at MM ehureh. ^^^^ HT^l^^fc. M _. • • I ii ^ dtfc WendhMil MeM»t Weiss, patter. Sunday school at 9, Worship at 11 a.m. iiilo. Worship at 10; 4ft am Ring iervtee at 7; so Boy W. Johnson, pastor. Sun churchmen's dinner at am, MreagNrtt ChrWIaa - Hay Rasar, minister. Regular services Sunday. Basket dinner and at noon, Annual meet- Methodists Look Closely And Find Some Drinkers s77%aa ?L2£ SO? * !}* Mtt8, ?. h . Luth * ran * » p.m. Teen meeting Sunday at ft:M p.m. Wesley Nelson will show film By BOBIBT Mi ANDREWS Uritei Ptm fatefaatleaal The Methodist Church, Methodist doetor who had retired after 30 years' practice in forlDes Moines, Iowa. He became of his trip to Mexico. Weodhull Owe Community ~ , , , Worship at o, Sunday school at c,i » l w,fwr tt the Wan church at *m p.m. Harmony ™?3**JB iW 1,88 ^ ovi^w,,g, Kaatttn* O^kmarttoNw. ^Hatdent, Utaagalte.1 Vetted . M •chooj Sat* tNlhret * Orrell Ruth, pastor. SSLS?*- W * iW ' w u im - 9wa$ y whool tt W. WoVsSp at E8 ?iBi , !K *?S? I 17i * 11 a JT' will ba ob- Friday. Bible study with pictures served. Youth at 6 p.m. Mission 10 a.m. dill Fox home Oct. • Methodists drink. tAn-^ M . Four lurveyi, including two na "M* aL<rl . BCi Uonwida, Indicate that adult en a closer look at its follower! His new post: A Presbyterian and discovered a choker; Many mission hospital in south Kasal in the Conge at 7: so p.m. East Chapel Galeaburg • Raymond pastor. Sunday school at to, Wor ship at H a.m. Evening service at ?:30, Wednesday, prayer service at 7;30. institute Monday. Men will meet at Alexis Tuesday. Thursday, Community Bj ble hour at 3; 10 p.m. Prayer Marqu'th, meeting at 7 p.m. Council meeting at 8 p.m. Birthday Center Prairie Methodist ^. « the «huf«h Oct. IS. VfSfS* IS KS Bu^t^tor*mdv Sut IXirL^! Orange Chapel • m. 10. Worship at tt alt, Tuesday, JJoUwdlsti who drink range as I™ ChrisUanaires at 7 p.m. Wednes. w « h ** « Per cent. As few as 39 HogtS V alley day, Bible study and prayer at Per cent agree with the church's — J Cameron Christian Moyd r Alexis Evangelical United Orrell Ruth, pastor. Case, pastor. Sunday school at * J 30 IMii. MYF at 7:90 p,m; Com 10. Worship at 11 a.m. Commun munion Will be observed this Sun- ion will be observed. Board meet- da> ing Monday evening. demand for total abstinence. Hymn dtftt?@f*0 Quotes From Today's News (fteg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International NEW YORK - New York City Detective Lt. Mario Biaggi speak, dig before an Italian-American or* gflnization in criticism of the Sedate crime hearings in Washing* ton: "What we are now subjected to ll neither a trial nor even a hearing but a disgusting political spec- tide of politically Inspired characters seeking an opportunity to project thomstlvei into tho homes and meeting places of people of sll ages, all stations, all interests/' Plant At neula Herman Bible - rranli Beat? ^° rship at 9:30 - Sunda y scho01 pastor, Sunday school at 10. Wor- 10:25 am Commu ni«>n will bo ship at 11 a.m. Youth at 6 30 ? bserved - Vouth at 4 p.m. Mission p.m. Evening earvica 7:30 p m |. nstltute at Fairview Center Mon- Youth fellowship Tuesday niaht d ? v - Men W,H meet Tuesday niglit. at 7:30. Wednesday, prayer niMt- 5 huroh m «n >bershlp class Wednes' day at 7 :15 p.m. Monday, council Orange Chapel Methodist Clarence Burnett, pastor. Sunday school at 9, Worship at 10 a.m. Gilson Community — Rev. Thelma Case, pastor. Worship at 9 with sermon, "I Will Re* | Communion will ba "observed, member Thee." Communion will be observed. Sunday school at 10 with special class in churchmanship continuing. Douglas Methodlit Clarence ing at 8 p,m. Wllliamsfleld Methodist - Phi) lip Snyder. Sunday school at *45 Worship at 10:90 a.m. Dahtada Methodist at 8 p.m. Altona Immaauel Lutheran A. J. Tterfaff, pastor. Church school at 9;80. Worship with com- Ar.Mr. mu "'on at 10:30 a.m. Monday, fi or » n| P nance committee at 7:15 p.m. at 9:18. Church school at i0;30 rhZu , , am ^ hurch co «"cil at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Mary-Martha group at 2 Yates City Methodist - Wayne ^lo^m^ c ° nfirniat,on c, «« s S. Nordstrom, pastor. Worship at 9. Church school at 10 a.m. Yates City Presbyterian Ralph Cummins, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Communion will be observed at 11 a.m. Prairie City ^Presbyterian E. L. Dunavin, pastor. Worship at 11 a.m. Presbyterial fall work Burnett, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at 9 a.m. Monday, Official Board at 8 p.m. Tuesday, women will go to Elmwood for « tea. Wataga Congregational <-» ED. Lyon, pastor, Worship at 9:30 with communion and sermon. "Immortality." Sunday school at u * it* - « • , 10:30 a.m. Men will meet Tues shop at Warsaw Wednesday at 9 .j ay at g p m a.m. Friday, women's mission* ary society at 1:45 p.m. Bishop Hill Methodist - Robert E * Ho,mes ' Pastor. Church school ™«tnr K at 0;49( Wor8hj P «t W«« a.m. Brimfleld Methodist S. Nordstrom, Prairie City Methodist ~- E. h. Dunavin pastor. Worship at 9. Official Board Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Plus Ultra Class with Mrs. Waters In Bushnell at Ontario Congregational ~ E,D, Lyon, pastor. Sunday school at L0. Worship with communion and jermon, ''Immortality." Youth at B:80 p.m. In view of this, the church has MAQUON-Spoon River Valley Jrafted a new ^policy statement Hymn Sing was held Sunda / t on alcohol for Meth^ists* study the 0 range Chapel Methodist and comment. Pinal action will church ne | r Maquon. come at the church's worldwide general conference next May. So sharp Is the statement's the new minister of r the i chweh" b S^. w l th !*• P** 1 church R ev. Clarence Burnett, The Rev. ALGIERS Mrs. Ross Weaver, the president, welcomed and introduced — Mohand Ou El Hadj, leader of the Berber mountain fighters who have rebelled against Algerian President Ahmed Ben Bella's one-man rule: "We are the last chance for Alto geria to get on the democracy. For that, path to we are officials freely predict that a ma« Mr. Burnett led the congregation | r «^y to sacrifice everything." jar denominational controversy i n singing and gave the invoca- will explode soon, sparked main ly by Midwestern and Southern tion. congregations. During the business meeting it _ ^ was reported that nine churches The proposed new stand re as- were represented with an attend- aerts the old principle that Meth* ance of 48. Rapatee Union Church odista should abstain from drink- won the Sunday School attending completely. But it takes a ance banner. The Gilson church milder view of those who don't, will be the site of the October LOS ANGELES of the -« Ralph Houk, New York and discards a number of long- cherished reasons for abstinence cited by traditionalists. The meeting. Rev. Floyd Case, pastor of the Cameron Christian Church, led a.m. Alexis St. Theresa — seph Nickerson, pastor. Masses Sunday at 7 and u a.m, Daily Mass at 7:1$ a.m. Confessions Sat- Class at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 8, Social Concerns at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 9, Rev. Jo- Philathea Class at 2 p.m. Walnut Grove Methodist Smlthshlre Mehtodlst James „^»« * .i 8, ^"wy* P« tor ' Worship at 9:30. 1 the church at 5:30 p.m. urday (run 7:» to 8:15 p.m. and | Sunday school at 10:30 am. Communion will be observed this Sunday. on Sunday before Mass at 7 a.m. Wataga St. Aloystus — Joseph S. Nickerson, pastor, Mass Sun- g w „ C ntk Methodist - R G day at 9 a.m. Confessions before Marks, pastor. Worship at 8:30.' Mass - Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. North Henderson Methodist - Swa|J Cwk CnUir William Palmer, pastor. Church Edith Swope, school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30 a.m. Communion will be observed. Woodhull Bethany Lutheran E. M. Lorimer, pastor. Bible I poached" a^ classes and classes for children 1 E. at 9:30. Organiasation of junior ™[T L. Dunavin, pastor. Worship at confirmation class in the parson- ' to. Friday, Busy Bees will hold a ge. Communion at 10:30 a.m. m . ntAri w{n . annual fried chicken supper at Saturday, Sr. confirmation class ™" ™, at 9 a.m. Teachers will meet Oct. . . _ tt . .... IM . 7 at 7:30 p.m. Finance committee ~ *J *" n "^diUonar only Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13, bap- J* ^^Tf' ? at ' tism festival for church and com- he Mld - Methodist leaders in tern statement was explained the responsive reading. Rev. Mrs. this week by Roger Burgess, as* Thelma Case presented a vocal sociate general secretary of the solo, and Mrs. Burnett sang, ac- Methodist Board of Christian So- companied by Mrs. Inez Pum- dal Concerns, which approved it. frey. The Rev. Mrs. Case pre- Burgess questioned, among eented the benediction, other things, the idea that Methodist founder John Wes,e y Alphans Return ley ac- * _ tually drank beer and wine, he while Biblical scholars agree that Jesus Christ drank fer- From Dakota ALPHA Burgess also noted that abstin Tuesday, Women's Society will meet at 2 p,m. Wednesday, Official Board at 8 p.m. Friday, chicken and noodle sale. Orders can be picked up from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. North Henderson Zlon Lutheran — Roy W. Johnson, pastor. Communion at 9:30. Sunday school at 10:30 a.m. Luther League wiener roast at 6:30 p.m. at the Edwin Olson farm. Monday, confirmation class at 4 p.m. Thursday, LCW at 2 p.m. Henderson Grove- North Henderson churchmen's dinner at 7 p.m. Wesley Nelson will show film of his trip to Mexico. pastor. Sunday school at 10. Worship at U a.m. Christ Ambassadors at 7:15 p.m. Evening worship at 7:45. Tuesday, Bible study and prayer at 7:30 p.m. Altona Presbyterian — H. Douglas Fowler, pastor. Saturday, junior high youth at Oneida at 7 p.m. Sunday, worship at 9:30. Communion will be observed. Sunday school at 10:45 a.m. Monday, Session at the church at 8 a,m. New Windsor Calvary Luther. an — Paul Holmer, pastor. Sunday school at 9:15. Communion will be observed at 10; 30 a.m. Hayrack rid 3 at 6 p.m. Monday, church council at 7 p.m. Tuesday, supper for the men Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, munity at 3:30 p.m. perance societies were not dedi cated to a complete ban on drink London Mills Evangelical | in 8 but onl y *° United Brethren —• Lyle Leverton, pastor. Worship at 9. Ser- meaning moderation. All these historical mon, "Lord's Supper." Sunday are "wrong arguments Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kronsted returned home Tuesday from a visit of more than two weeks with their son and daughter- in-law, Lt. and Mrs, Paul Kronsted and family at Minot, N .D. Groups Convene Mrs. Clyde Barton was hostess Tuesday anight to the bunco Club temperance," | when game awards went to Mrs. John Buban, Mrs. Tony Buban reasons Jr., Mrs. Pearl Firch and Mrs. today. Eugene Jordan, The AlWood Junior Girl Scout Martha Society at 2 p.m. Satur- school at 10 a.m. Youth at 6 p.m. Burgess said. The Methodist case day, confirmation class at 9 a.m. Evening service at 7. Sermon will for abstinence must be based on Troop No. 79, met Monday at the be "Christ Renews His Church." other considerations besides mo- Legion Hall. Plans were made for Prayer service Wednesday at 8 rals - especially the emotional and twoL sl»Hng- parties. Cindy Petro- p.m. mental effects of alcoholism, he ? ich . and Janice McLaughlin were said. New Windsor United Presbyterian — Church school at 9:45. Communion will be observed at 11 am. Dr. J. K. Patterson of manager Yankees, after the Los Angeles Dodgers' second victory in the World Series: ,1 We're not throwing in the towel. Teams have lost the first two games before and won the series." BARROW, Alaska - State Sen. Eben Hopson commenting on an Arctic storm with freezing winds up to 80 miles an hour that left two dozen families stranded: "It's been a helluva busy day for every one here. We're pooling our resources to save whatever we can." The Almanac By United Press International Today is Friday, Oct. 4, the 277th day of 1963 with 88 to follow. The moon is approaching its last quarter. The morning stars are Mercury and Jupiter. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. Those born today include Rutherford Hayes, the 19th president of the United States in 1822. ONEIDA - At a recent m#et* ing of the American Legion Auxiliary, it was decided to hold • bake sale and coffee Oct. 31. Chairmen of committers were pp- pointed which included Dorothea Hendricks, Christina Harmiaofl, Alta Olson and Beth Wagher. The rehabilitation chairman, Alta Olson, reported that sevon members had taken part in the party given at Research Hospital for veterans. A decision was nwda to sponsor a party each month. Beulah Behringer reported that dues had been received by 35 members. The unit will subscribe to the National Legislative Bulletin, Shirley Harmison, legislative chairman, announced. Delegates to the Wth District convention Oct. 11 In Kewanee were nominated. They are Mary Jean Veimioy, Carrio Corcoran. Beulah Behringer and Shirley Harmison, with Ethel Reynolds and Eunice Dougan. alternates. Announcement was made of the county meeting to be held in Galesburg Oct. 17. Honor Kir k wood Bride-«lect KIRKWOOD - A shower was held recently in the home of Mrs. W. C. Cochran honoring Miss Linda Van Riper who will become the bride of Richard Lee Fillman in a ceremony to be held at the Kirkwood Methodist Church Nov. 9. The hostesses, Mrs. Cochran and Mrs, Andrew Young, used Miss Van Riper's selected wedding colors of blue and white in decorations. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. in the ultimate justice of the peopL equal ft READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! A On this day in history: In 1854, Abraham Lincoln made I Wedding London Mills Methodist Lyle in charge of games, and Jill Allison and Becky Morland led in In Your Moline will officiate.. Senior youth to Eddington and junior! at 9:45. Worship at 10:45 a.m. *> i„J _ .1. 1 C AMMAM HT Crnn.. •» USUI* The statement itself urges, be-. . . „ Leverton, pastor. Sunday school | aides abstinence, an attack by Ji"?" 8, T ony Petrovich * non-drinkers on the problems of 1 of the troo P- high youth to Buffalo prairie at Sermon, "Lord's Supper." Bible 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, budget plan- study at 8 p.m. MYF at 8 p.m. ning committee at 7;30 p.m. Wednesday, church trustees at Belmont Methodist 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Monmouth Rapp, pastor. Worship at 10:15. alcoholism and a bigger effort to help those with a drinking problem. . Oneida Presbyteria las Fowler, Rio Presbyterian T. Rollo Crowell, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship with communion at 10:40 a.m. Junior youth institute at Buffalo Prairie at 7 p.m. Senior youth at Eddington at 7 p.m. Meet at the church Sunday at 0:15 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Club will hold a wiener roast this Saturday evening at the Alpha skating rink. A skating party will follow. i — H. Doug- pastor. Saturday, junior high youth at 7 p,m. Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at ll a.m. Communion will be observed. Thursday, committee on stewardship and missions at the church at 8 p.m. Woodhull St. John's Catholic— New Presbyterial at Registration at 9 a.m. Saturday, Junior Missionary Society at the home of Gloria Brown at 2 p.m. FruiuHill School Reunion [onmoutn Kapp, pastor, worsmp ac iu:xa. iwetnoaists wno use alcoholic F tf f* J -w Windsor. Sunday school at 11 a.m. Com- beverages," the statement says. " ^OnuilCtCU Saturday, munion will be observed this "We also recognize that sincere MAQUON — The Fi Christians may differ his first great political speech at the state fair in SpringM 111. Ih 1958, Transatlantic commer-1 IPutUTe 9 *ial jet flights began. 1 c*«v«*r<^ In 1960, 61 persons were killed when an Eastern Airlines Electra Be sure to see the China and Stanley | "We recognize that there are Methodists who use alcoholic munion Sunday. Fruit-Hill on this I School reunion was held Sunday Stronghurst United Presbyterial . G. Lunan, minister. Morning question. The Methodist Church in the city park, because of ill- Victoria Reorganized Church of has always upheld the right of n «ss and weather conditions, only Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints individual conscience." | 13 w *re present. Those present — Worship at 9:45. Theme will be crashed in Boston Harbor. In 1962, President Kennedy announced the United States would blockade ships of all nations trying to travel to Cuba. A thought for the day — Abraham Lincoln said: "Why should there not be a patient confidence Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too 842-1417 Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 E. Mai worship at 9:40, Communion will be observed. Sermon, "Thirteen r ^*.A AMU - for Supper." Youth at the church class 2 p,m„ meeting. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., missionary society will meet with Mrs. Clara Shoemaker as hostess. Woodhull Presbyterian — Sunday school at 9. Worship at 10:35 a.m. Oct. 7, Women's Association board meeting at the church at stronghurst Bethel Baptist 1:30 p.m. Oct. 10, annual fall Stanley S. Johnson, pastor. Com- Presbyterial meeting and train- munion Sunday morning. Sermon Burgess said many Methodists | to ta,lc over old school days were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howard, Lake Bracken, Mr, and Mrs. Bavard Howard and Mr, and Mrs. Earl - I the practice of social drinking." S™*? 1, K " oxvil, «; Mrs. Grace Elmwood Congregational— Rob-1 Rut Burgess favors re-statinc and Mrs * Edna De nnis f the Methodist stand "mora a \»J. l™ shur & _ Mr ' and Mrs. Walter Let My People Be Faithful," pre fer the Presbyterian stand, Classes at 10. Communion at ll which he said encourages abstinence but gives "tacit approval to a.m. NEW ition To Our "Clam Digger Coat Line 29.98 99 $ Two new additions to our j line of wonderful "Clam Digger Coats." One with lovely plaid wool icerf and plaid wool lining. For coats to keep you cozy all winter long, see our array of storm fashions, so dashingly styled , • , so warm, so water repellent and wonderful. ert M. Mannschott, pastor. Sun day school at 9:15. leave at 10 a.m. for Jubilee | abstainers alike."' where worship will be held witn Following service, .ii «™«*«' W MW* OWIIIV more clear-1 m n *t j , Cars will ly for ^ }mMt of drinkers flnd | ^^^J^ 1 " 1 Mrs - As another communion. official put it: .„ L L u T IU , "Good Methodists don't drink picnic w,ll be. Wd. In but we don't necessarily con- of rain, worship will be held in demj) fa „ Methodifit [ t ^ Jubilee chapel. Coldbrook Christian — Hugh A. Reynolds, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship and communion at 11 a.m. Sermon will be "When II topic, "Thirteen for Supper." Monday, 8 p.m., meeting of the Council in the church undercroft. Wednesday, 8 p.m., "Profile of the Church in Our Later Years" will be the theme to be de* „. rtU r ^A* 0 d nn *» veloped at the monthly meeting We Observe the ^ of the Marks and Marthas in the Chl Rho and CYF at 630 pm church undercroft. Saturday, senior confirmation class at 9 a.m. in the church undercroft. Stronghurst Methodist — Irving H. Kenyon, pastor. Communion Service Sunday morning. "Thirteen for Supper" will be the ser- RJO — Sunday dinner guests mon topic. This is the theme & the home of Mr. and Mrs. selected by each of the pastors Walter B. Johnson were Mrs. of the Stronghurst Council of Johnson's mother, Mrs. Walter Churches. Youth at 7 p.m. Tues- Miller of Greensburg, Ky.. her day, 1:30 p.m., regular meeting brothers, William Miller of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs, Keith Miller, and son Mike of Oakhru Mr. Johnson's sister, Grace, ancj brother, William, were also there. cause he does." Rio People Entertain Kin At Dinner WANT ADS Kell First FASHIONS SATURDAY Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 AAA. Phone Your WANT AD Early 342*5161 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pye of Quincy spent the weekend at the home of his parents Mr* and Mrs, Guy Dye. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrick' son and their grandchildren, Denise and Duane of Sea ton, were Sunday dinner guests at the Warren Dye home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shepherd were weekend guests in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr* and Mrs. Ross Shepherd, who recently moved to Hebron. Mr- and Mrs. Guy Dye received word of the birth of a grandson, born on Sept. 19, to their daughter and son-in -law Mr and Mrs. John Scrrillo of Kaiserslautern, Germany. Mrs. Serrillo is the former Esfcalioe Dye. The baby was welcomed by his sister and brother. Roman Catholic officials are predicting massive new missionary aid for Latin America, already in the midst of what they call a "genuine religious revival. Baby Shower Honors Cameron Resident MAQUON - A surprise baby shower w^s held Sept. 28, honoring Mrs. Marilyn Fouts of near Cameron. Gathering at the home of Mrs. Rose ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ te«?. ^8 •&8 &N, Lee, 258 Fulton St., friends surprised Mrs. Fouts with many gifts. Mrs. Idella Thurman received father John J. Considine, head the prize for a game played of the National Catholic Welfare Assisting Mrs. Lee was Mrs. Conference's Latin-American Bu- Sally Scalf of Maquon, Those at reau, said the U. S. church is ex* pected to send 5,000 priests, brothers and sisters, along with more than 1,000 laymen, to Latin America before 1970, In addition, he said in a Washington, D. church tending not were Mrs. mentioned above Betty Horkstrom, Mrs. Isabelle Fouts, Mrs, Janie Anderson, Theresa Myers, Esther Thomas, Mrs. Thelma Hoosen, Mrs. Madeline Hickok, Mrs. Helen Smith, and Mrs. Lu* speech, U. S. sources are spending I ci ' le Adolphson and Kevin. more than $10 million, chiefly for personnel there. Production of a single edition Father Considine said the em- of our lar 8 est Sunday newspaper phasis is on fair wages higher takes 80 acres of woods iov P U, P living standards for peasants and *° mak * th * paper improved social legislation, simi* lar to the goals of the Alliance for Progress. The weekly Baptist Standard told its readers that American missionaries may be forced to leave newly independent African nations if church members in the United States do not clean their own houses of racial prejudice. The Dallas, Tex., magazine said many Christian leaders in Africa are talking about taking over mission churches aj MIUCjM in sanding white missionaries homo. "If we expect our missionaries to be welcome f here, then we must change our attitude toward their kinsmen over here," it said. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 1 The Presbyterian Board of World Missions tells the story of Dr. Floyd O. Woodward, a late convert. Dr. Wooddard, 71, is « • COOKINO 0 WATfft MATING • HOMI HEATING 41 f. 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