Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton, Illinois
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SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f»AG£ FIVE I Anrn Demand* Social Justice ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON* M_ _____ ^k^^^^^^^^^^^^k^^^^— A^^.^* A*. A^A _JA 1 _ ..-..-_.„.. . The Prophet Amos told his people: "Thus salth the Lord: For three transgressions of Israel, and for four, 1 will not turn away the punishment thereof; because they sold the righteous for silver, and the poor for a pair of shoes. 1 '—Amos 2:6. "That pant after the dust, of the earth on the head of the poor, and turn aside the way of'the meek. . . . They lay themselves down upon clothes laid to pledge by every altar, and they drink the wine of the condemned."—Amos 2:7-8. "Therefore as your treading is upon the poor, and ye take from him burdens of wheat: ye have built houses of hewn stone, but ye shall not dwell In them; ye have planted pleasant vineyards, but ye shall not drink wine of them."—Amos 5:11. "I know your manifold transgressions. . . . Hate the evil, and love the good, nnd establish judgment in the gate: if may be that the Lord God of hosts will be gracious unto the remnant of Joseph."—Amos 5:15. MEMORY VERSE—Amos 5:15. Amos Demands Social Justice THE MESSAGE OF REBUKE AND WARNING WHICH GOD SENT TO HIS OWN CHOSEN PEOPLE THROUGH THE PROPHET AMOS Scripture--Amos 2:6-8; 5; 8:4-6. By NEWMAN CAMPBELL |and the Sabbath, that we may Quoting from the Rev. Wilbur | set forth wheat, making the M. Smith, editor and commentator of Peloubet's Select Notes: "Before his prophetic calling, reared on the edge of the desert, 11 miles south of Jerusalem, Amos, like Micah, was a rustic; ephah small, and the shekel great, and falsifying the balances hy deceit? That we may buy the poor for silver, and the needy for a pair of shoes; yea, and sell the refuse of the wheat?"— Amos 8:4-6. Che (Sotdeit (Text and because his father's name; Amos (old them, "They hate is nowhere mentioned, it is in-j him that rebuketh in the gate, ferred that he probably sprang (and they abhor him that speak- from a poor and obscure family, eth uprightly. Forasmuch there- He raised a peculiar breed of;fore as your treading is upon the stunted, fine-wooled sheep, a > poor, and ye take from himj breed small in size, ugly in ap-iburdens of wheat: ye have built) pearance, but highly esleeemod i houses of hewn stone, but yei for their wool. He lived close to i shall not dwell in them; ye have nature. Hi* occupation natural- j planted pleasant vineyards, ly carried him to the wool mar-1 but ye shall not drink wine of kets of the northern cities, and i them." —Amos 5:10-11. he had become acquainted with! "For I know your manifold the life and religion of the peo-! transgressions, and your mighty pie. Though he was untutored,!sins: they afflict the just, they yet, being by birth a morally!take a bribe, and they turn aside MEMORY VERSE "Hate the evil, and 1 ove the good, and establish justice in the gate."—Amos 5:15. noble, healthy, and vigorous I the poor in the gate." —Amos yeoman like John the Baptist, 5:12. who spent most of his years in "Seek good, and not evil, that the same wilderness, he develop-iye may live: and so the Lord, j ed into a religious reformer, and <. the God of hosts, shall be with eventually became supremely;you, as ye have spoken. Hate concerned for the rights of God;the evil, and love the good, and! 9:30 and 11 a.m. Wood River has Sunday service at 11 a.m. dnd Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Elsah has Sunday service and Sunday school at 11:15 a.m. The subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday July 10, will be: "Sacrament". Golden text: "Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: and see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting." Psalms 139: 23, 24. Church of God Meadowbrook Church of God, L. R. Worden. pastor. 9:30 a.m. Worship. 10:45, Church school. 6:30 p.m. Children's Hour, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening service. First Church of God (Anderson, Ind.) 65 Elm. Cleo P. Keirn, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Church school. i 1(7:30, Worship. 7 p.m Worship 18:15, YF. lowship. 7:00, Evening worship "The Religion of the Hand and Heart". Wood River First Methodist- Edwin H. Grant, minister. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:40. Worship. 6:30 p.m. Senior MYF. 7:00, Evening service. St. Paul's—Rosewood Heights. Roy Baugh, pastor. 8:30 and 10:40 Worship. 9:30 Sunday school. 6:30 p.m. MYF. 7:30, Evening worship. Naxareae Rosewood Heights Church of the Nazarene—Airline at Bert. Gerald G. Van Tine, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:30, Morning worship. 6:45, NYPS and NJS. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. Hillcrest Church of the Nazarene — 3316 Hillcrest. Robert Weathers, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:30, Morning worship "Forward With God". 6:45 p.m. Youth service and Junior service. 7:30 Evangelistic service. 7 Employes Retired by Olin Plants Ora Hatcher, John Springman, George Cox, John Dunn, William Gruner, Wesley Fletcher and August P. Kaeshamer have retired from the East Alton plants of the Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Gruner retired with 38 years of continuous service in the cast shop. He previously was employed by the former Western Cartridge Company in 1918. He gan as a mold tender and subsequently held the jobs of caster, • assistant foreman and foreman. He retired as a, caster. Gruner and his wife, Hazel, plan to continue making their home at 430 Broadway, East Alton. Gruner has no particular plans for the future. He says, "I just want to get some rest." Fletcher's continuous service dates from October 3, 1939. He was employed prevously from 1928 to 1930. During his 21 years of service, all of which was spent in the brass mill re pair department, he worked as a repairman welder. mill- Onmer Fletcher Congregational !"The Whole Plan of God". Church of the Redeemer-Ctrl I Roxana Church of the Naza,and Henry. Grafton M. Thomas, rr-ne. Charles W. Alstott, minis-!wnght and repairman. He re- ipastor. 9 a.m. Church school, ter. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, tired as a repairman. denlng. He also hopes to do some hunting and fishing. Kaeshamer retired with 19 years of service. He came with the Olin company on June 24, 1941, in the brass specialties de. finisher helper. department he of assistant ad- hand, machinist pnrtment While in as a that hfld thf> jobs Justnr, bench jpasiui. U a. til. \-llui\iii a\,il\nji. • — • - • --- ~ ..... ---- , . •' _, . llO a.m. Morning worship. \U:& Morning worship. "Christ Godfrey Community Congre- i Makes the Difference". 7:00 Evening evangelistic serv- garional— Frank B. McDuffee.lP-m- minister. 9 a.m. Worship. 10l ice a.m. Sunday school. j Amos. "Hat* the evil, and love the and for justice.'" — George L. establish judgment in the gate: jgood. ( and establish justice In the Robinson. lit may be that the Lord God ofj gate ' ~ Amott5!l5 Also from Peloubet's Select:hosts will be gracious unto the' Notes we are told, "Amos lived i remnant of Joseph." —Amos 6:3 ° BYF - Family night. Episcopal St. Gabriel's—Whitelaw north of Edwardsville road. 8:30 a.m. Morning prayer. 9:30 Coffee Hour. St. Paul's—Third at Market John M. Young, rector. 9:30. Family Eucharist find sermon. Rev. Luther O. Ison. Trinity Chapel—State at Mildred. 8 a.m. Holy Communion. Reformed Evangelical ft Evangelical and BfHe Covenant Presbyterian—Brighton. Robert Dunn, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:45, Worship. Bible Presbyterian—212 Elm. Albert F. Moginot Jr., pastor 9:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:40, Morning worship. "Citizens of God's Town". 7:30 p.m. Gospel service. "Christ Is My Candidate". Reform ed- during the days of Uzziah, king of 15:14-15. Judah, and of Jeroboam II, who! God demands of us not "burnt reigned over Israel from 784! offerings or other formal cere- to 744 B.C. Israel was prosper-j monies, but for us to let judging, but the people were not liv-iment roll down as waters, and ing godly lives. They sinned righteousness as a mighty) greatly, and Amos rebuked stream."—Amos 5:22-24. them sternly, warning them of; Let us all, today's people, pon- punishment to come." jder and obey this wise man of "Hear this, O ye that swal-jold. striving to hate the evil and low up the needy, even to make'love the good, and do what the poor of the land to fail,]we can in our individual lives to Sanford Avenue Baptist—2636! Sanford. John Lineberry, pastor. 9:30, Church school. 10:30, Worship. "The Meaning of the Lord's Supper". 6:30 p.m. Youth meetings. 7:30, Gospel Hour. "Christ In the Old Testament". Main Street Baptist—509 Main. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40, Morning worship. Rev. Kenneth Wigger. 6:30 p.m. BYF. 7:30, evening service, Rev. Wigger. i Bethany Baptist—N. Alby St. j 8th at Henry. Leonard F. Todd pastor. 9 a.m. Church school 8 and 10 a.m. Worship services. "Teacher, Disciple, Ambition". Jehovah's Witnesses Alton Kingdom HaD—436 E. Broadway. 3 p.m. Public lecture. 4:15 p.m. Watchtower study, "Speak From a Good Heart". •Wood River Kingdom Hall— 224 Linton. 6:45 Public Talk. "Why Are There So Many Religions?" by J. Mitchell. 8 p.m. Watchtower study, "Speak From a Good Heart". Presbyterian U.S.A. College Ave. Presbyterian— {College at Clawson, John C. Saying, When will the new moon [help to establish justice in ouri^ u " day sch £Sl' T 10B: ™' Worship. be gone, that we may sell corn?;world. worship" 1 ' evening Latter Day Saints Baaed on copyrighted outlines produced by the Division of Christian Education. National Council of Churches of Christ In the U S.A . and used by permission. Distributed by King Features Syndicate. Sunday Church Services Baptist Curdle Heights Southern Baptist Church—Milton Road. Lol- lard Simmons, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Worship. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. Victory General Baptist—2730 iViewland. Barney Da vault, pas- Sunday school. 10:30. morning| tor. 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 worship, 6:30 p.m. Training Un-|a.m. Worship. 7:30 p.m. Evan- ion. 7:30, evening services. 1 gelistic service. R. R. Tipton, pastor. '9:30 a.m.' Reorganized Church of Jesus - — 'Christ of Latter Day Saints—5th and Lorena, Wood River. 9:30. Church school. 10:55 Sermon hy Rev. Walter Amick. No evening service. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) — 2821 E. Broadway. Ronald L. orship. Cherry Street Baptist—6th at Cherry. W. Freeman Privett, pastor. Message: "The Desert Call". 8:15 and 10:40 Worship. 7:00 9:30 a.m. Church school. ,_ . . _. , p.m. Youth fellowships. 8 : 00, i Guthne, Bishop. Living Christ Hour. Message: hood meeting. 10:30, "Living Satellite". Christian First Church of Christ—2nd at Lorena, Wood River, G. R. Schreiber, minister. 9:30, Bible school. 10:30, Worship. "Final i Authority In The New Testa- school. service. 9 a.m. Priest- Sunday 6:30 ~ p.m. Sacrament Lutheran Castle Jr., pastor. Church school. 8:15 9:30 a.m. and 10:45, Family worship. Communion. "The Desiring Christ". First Presbyterian—4th and Lorena, Wood River. Manley L. Mace, minister. 9:30, Church school. 11 a.m. Morning worship. Elm Street Presbyterian- William R. Kimbrough, pastor. 9:30, Church school. 8:30 and 10:45 Worship. "How Neutral Is the Church?" First Presbyterian—Fourth at Alby. Edgar J. Vance, minister. "Celebration of the Holy Communion. 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. Morning worship. "Lest We Forget". 9:30 Church school. Twelfth Street Presbyterian— At YWCA. Paul Krebs, pastor 9:30, Church school. 10:40, Worship. "A Time To Speak". Roxana First Presbyterian- William E. Rice, pastor. 9:30, Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. "The View From The Hill". Fletcher and his wife, Minerva, reside at 612 Monroe, East Alton. They are parents of one daughter. Hatcher joined the Olin company Feb. 9, 1942, as a loader in the detonator department. In 1945 he transferred to the cap department where he worked briefly as a rimfire charger j before returning to the deto- Hatcher nator department. That same year he transferred to the old brass specialties department, now known as fabricating, as a machine operator, the position from which he retired. During World War I Hatcher served with the Field Artillery. He and his wife, Ethel, reside at ill E. Forrest St., Hartford. They are parents of one son, Nolan. and maintenance machinist. In he transferred to the tool (ievolopment antf repair department as a maintenance machinist and later worked as a fabricating machinist. He transferred to the metallic manufacturing department in 1957 as a maintenance machinist. The next year he went to the production tool department as a machine operator, the position from which he retired. During World War I, Kaeshamer was in the U.S. Navy. A member District 9, tornalional soclation of Machinists, Kaeshamer served as a union steward for two years. Kaeshamer and his wife, Kaeohamer Rosalind, make their home in Bunker Hill. His plans for the future include traveling and fishing. Springman's service with Olin dates from March 7, 1942. He began as a yardman in the pow< der mill. In 19- he transferred to the power plant as a laborer. Later that went brass mill, from which Springmun he retired as a machine operator. Springman served with the Infantry during World War I. He and his wife, Effie Mae, their ing operator. In 1945 he transferred to the brass mill bo* shop as a hand nailer where he remained until 1954, That year h« worked In the general plant maintenance department wood box the brass ami the ammunition before returning to mill box shop. He retired as a saw operator. Cox and his wife, Lula, reside at 6^5 Grout St., White Hall. They are parents of one son and four daughters. Their son, Lylp, Is employed by Olin In the brass mill box shop. Cox now plans to work on a farm and do some gardening. He also has plans for a trip to Colorado this summer. Dunn retires as an operator helper in the brass mill. He has teen an employe of the Olin company since August 20, 1943, Laclede Steel Man Retires After44Years John H. Bullock, W. of 1510 Main St., Alton, hat retired after 44 years of continuous service with Laclede Steel Co. He was employed as a heater in the Alton Works 8-inch mill. Bullonk was born Feb. 9, 1992. In Dahl*n>n Til. Hi»ai- tended school there after which he moved to Kansas where he worked as a ranch foreman for six years on the "76 Ranch." Upon depart-leaving the ranch he wandered throughout the western and southern United States working as a cowboy. In 1916 he returned to Illinois and settled in Alton where he as a ! started work at Laclede the operator | when he came to work in the brass mill rep a i r merit as a re-| pairman helper. I The next year! hf> went to thej brass mill as a I slitter Dunn helper and j H(s flrst ^ w(th ^tete was transferred back to brass mill a chipper | n the chipping shed, repair later that same year. In 1946 he worked in machine re- Three weeks after he was hired Bullock became heater on the pair as a repairman. He trans-l io-inch mill and later transferred to the job of heater on the ferred to tho metallic manufacturing department in 1949.jg.inch mill, the job he held un- Later that year he worked for'til his retirement, a short period in the stores de-, Bullock was married to the partment before returning the brass mill. Dunn and his wife, Edna, plan to continue living at 606 Fifth | na * \ ^° sons and seven grand- Si., East Alton for the present. year he to the will continue to make home at 201 Kenwood Ave., Jerseyville. His plans include some farming. Cox's continuous service with the Olin organization dates (from April 21, 1942. However, he was employed previously He began as a laborer in the powder mill. The next year he transferred to the tetryl manufacturing department as Cox a tetryl operator. Later that same year he went back to the powder mill as a hand packer operator. The to i former Mammie Albright of i Springfield. May 5, 1917. Mrs. Bullock died in 1944. Bullock They are parents of two One son, Edgar, is a former employe of the Olin Mathiesonj company. j A trip to Arizona is included! in Dunn's plans. Denmark's highest flagpole— a gift from Finland, 75 feet high —now stands atop the "Skam- Hngsbanken" near Kolding. children. After retirement he plans to maintain a residence at 1510 Main St. Most Valuable The so-called "black" opals iare the most valuable type of | opal. These may actually look black, or may be blue or gray, with reflections in many other colors. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Hatcher's plans include work- i following year he went to the ing around his home and gar-'20 MM department as a load- Godfrey Baptist — George H.j Calvary Southern Baptist- Eddy, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday! 1422 Washington. Howard Todd school. 10:40, Church services.!Taylor, pastor. 8:30 and 10:35, 6:30 p.m. B.Y.F. 7:30, evening i Worship services. 9:30, Sunday services. i school 6:30, TU. 7:30, Worship. Pleasant View General Pap-. W ood River First Baptist-3rd tist-Third and Whitelaw, East| an d Lorena. Walter C. Burk, ^ J l? n '^ CUr ? s Eater, astori 8:15 and 10:30 Worship. 9:45, Church school. 11 a.m.j Sermon: " SaV ed By The Water and The Word". 6:30 p.m. BYF. j 7:30, evening worship. "Mood? and Attitudes North Alton gelistic Hours, "Faith in Christ" First Christian—8th at Easton. J. W. Jordan, minister. 9:30, Bible school. 10:30, Morning worship. "Walking In The Old Path". 6:30 Christian Youth Hour. 7:30, Evangelistic service. "With Christ". "MUSIC FOR AMERICA" SOUVINW AlBUM Mwucto ir PMH mcmsoN Forward To Christ, Mutic For America Choir • I'll W*lk With Cod, Bill Ctrle • Think* Bi To God, Beth Ftrautn • Conn Thou fount, The Twin Piano* of Chsrlw Msgnoion and Kun Kaiser • O Mtittr, Ut Mt Walk With Tbtt, Funk Boggi • Only Truit Htm, Paul Miclwboit Orchestra • Singing, Ronnie Avtlont • ThirSt A Rainbow In Tin Sky, WUt* Sisters • Juit » Clour Wtlk With Tb ftl Ethel W«w« • Tmwt li A Grttn Hill f* Aw*t, jtW Cult • Swiour, lib o Sbttbtre Lul Vi, Music For America Choir • Wb,n Tkt Moll It CMtt Vf \o*dtr, }. T. Aduni «nd The Mto Ol Tnss • Ovtf Tot Sun- itl Mountain, till P««K» tod Dick Anthony. W4M74F Alton Bible * Book Store UN Bait Broadwaf Paon* HO Baptist — 224 State. William Robertson, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Church school 10:45, Morning worship. 6:30 TU. 7:30, evening worship. Brown Street Baptist — 3125 Brown. Arthur Woolsey, pastor 9:30, ship. Bible school. 10:30, Wor"God Is Love". 6:30 p.m. RBTU. 7:30, Gospel Hour. "When Wrongs At Last Are Righted". Union Baptist—Seventh and George. John C. Oliver, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Church school. 10:45, Worship. "The Loom of Life". 6 p.m. BTU. 7:30, Evening service. "The Threefold Effects of Sin". First Baptist—College at Johnson. Orrin M. Anderson, pastor. 9:30, Church school. 10:30, Worship. East Alton First Baptist—4th at Bowman. Thomas D. McDermand, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Worship. 10:45, Church school. 6:30 p.m. BYF. 7:30, evening worship. Upper Alton Baptist — 9:30, Church school. 10:40, Morning worship, Rev. Chas. Hartman, speaking. 6:30 p.m. BYF. 7:30, evening worship. Foiterburg Baptist—Roy Carlson, pastor. 9:45, Church school. 10:45 worship. Message by Rev. Carl Anderson. 7:00 p.m. BYF. 8:00 Gospel Hour. Twlng Memorial Baptist—9th at State. William Stoaokel, pastor. 9:90 a.m. Church school. 10:30, Worship. "The Marks of Christian Chapaotar Todav." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH Comer of Fourth and Alby Sts., Alton, Illinois UV. ID4AB J. VANCI, D.D. Milliter Celebration of Holy Communion ItM ».m. and 10:46 a.m. Hondo* Wonbip iuujeot of Meditation—"Last We Forge?' ItM s>iu. and tfitf a.m. Nursery to the Educational •do aon. The Qburoii lokuoi and Nursery are invited to UM toe nurury la ttw educational BuUdioj. A cordial invitation i* •Kteodwi to all of our Mrvlcw. Cnnrch of Chrtot Church of Christ— Central at, Ho _, Madison, Wood River. 9:45 a.m. ay Trinity Lutheran—Blair and Maple. Reuben C. Baerwald, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school 8:30, Worship. 10:30, Worship service. Berea Lutheran—Greene and Gold. Herbert A. Schulze, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school 11 a.m. Worship service and Holy Communion. Messiah Lutheran—Milton Rd. Carl Hilgendorf, pastor. 9:15. Sunday school. 8 and 10:30, Worship. "A Great Faith". Zion Lutheran—Bethalto. Er- Undenominational Berean Bible Church — 3047 Alby. Vernon A. Schutz, pastor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40. Worship service. 7:30 p.m., Evening service. Blew Up Ship The German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee was blown | win J. Kolb, pastor. 9 a.m. Sun'« * » m Bible study. 10:45, Preaching toy Bro. Hughey. 11:30 a.m. Communion and Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. Preaching and Com munion. Church of Christ—37 Harvel, Cottage Hills. 10 a.m. Bible study. 11 a.m. Exhortation. 11:30, Communion and Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. Exhortation. Church of Christ—3402 Franor. 10 a.m. Bible study. 11 a.m. The Lord's Supper. 11:15 a.m. Mutual Edification. 7:30 p.m. Exhortation. Science First Church of Christ, Scientist. 533 East Tenth St., Alton. First Church of Christ, Scientist-217 N. Ninth, Wood RJver. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Elsah, HI. Alton has Sunday services at 11 a.m. and Sunday school at nrB Worship ' True Free Methodist Free Methodist—Hillcrest and Sering. K. P. Mayhew, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:30 a.m. Worship. 7:00 p.m. Youth service. 7:30 Evangelistic service. Methodist First Methodist—Sixth at Mar ket. William L. Bird, pastor 8:30 and 10:10 a.m. Worship "What Shall I Do?" 9:30 a.m Church school. Main Street Methodist—John Henderson, minister. 9:30 a.m Church school. 8:30 and 10:40 Morning worship. 10:40 Junior church. 6:00 p.m. Fellowship groups. 7:00, Evening service. East Alton First Methodist- Jack D. Travelstead, pastor 9:30 a.m. Church school. 10:35 Worship. "Making Room For a Faith". 5:30 p.m. Family Pel- up ner comman der outside the harbor of Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1939. France now has 1,250 miles of gas pipelines, largest network in Europe, Paris announced. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sixth and Market Streets Alton, IlliiioU WILLIAM L. IIRO, Minister Morning Worship Service 10:10 AM. SEKftlON: "WHAT SHA1XI DO?" The Rev. Mr. Bird. SOLO; "How Beautiful Upon the Afountaui*" (Hurker) Mr«. Philip H. Joae* Church iehuol: 8:80 a-m. Nursery and attendant at all services. The beautiful Methodist Church in the heart of Alton seeking to lift the hearts of people to God. EVANGELICAL CHURCH Evangelical and Reformed Kif nth sod Henry Street* MY, UQHAID F. TODD, Ntftr CHURCH SCHOOL 9 MORNINQ WORSHIP I A. M, AND 10 A. M, SERMON: "Tetcher, Disciple, Ambition" EVERYBODY NEEDS GOO IN DAItr LIFE and our church n*«dl people who want !• know and serve Chritr. YOU ARE INVITED Sunday Bible School 9:30 a.m. The Bible contain* life's most important ineBMige. Attend SuuOuj School tuid learn of tbiti Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Message: "God Is Love" MlnUtry in Mu»lc 'O For A Tlioubuwi TUIIJIU«K' Arr. Harold DeCou R.B.T.U. Groups 6:30 p.m. Evening Gospel Hour 7:30 p.m. Message: "When Wrongs Are At List Righted" YOU ARE WBLCOMS •t BROWN STREET BAPTIST CHURCH SUB Brown at. Two Parking Areas — Nurnory for Cblldran O. Arthur WooUey, Ptitor John R. Ever. AuiiUnt to Uw Paiior The LUTHERAN CHURCHES of THE GREATER ALTON AREA WELCOME YOU TO WORSHIP TOMORROW See Listing of Congregations on Page 5 for information WE SPONSOR — Diol-A-Proyer—HOword 2-6663 Radio KFUO—"The Gospel Vole*"—850 k.e. "This Is The Life" Sundays 9:30 a.m. Ch. 5 "The Lutheran Hour" Sundays 2:30 p.m. KFUO For information on the naarasf Lutheran Church call HO 5-3833 or writa 517 Marsh St., Alton, III. First Baptist Church College and Johnson Streets Alton, Illinois. Orrin U. Anderson, Factor 8:80 Uburofc School 10:80 A.M. Horning Worship MtMuutve: "Anitnuwidori. for Chrlvt." 11:00 Until 11:80—Broadeait over WOK/ Nursery maintained aunns morning and •vraios ••rviea*. Ample parking (or «v«ryon«. OHERRY STREET BAPTIST OHUROH Slifh Md Cherry Srreer* W. MUMAN NtlVITT, MWifor Me««a(e--"TttJ£ »WWT CAUL." 8:16 WORiHlP BiaO CHURCH iCHOOL i<i:4v wo&atur ItOO YOUTH tm&UWSHU'S •lOO UVOfG CUKIMT HOUK atMua«»—"UVINU MATUUJTt)" Thin Friandly Jlhurvh Invites You. ALTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE 812 Sprint St. Alton Visit This Splendid Assembly of God Church Now «r Enjoy a Radio Broadcast with Alton at Heart (WOKZ) 8:30 a.m. Fully Departmentalized Sunday School for all ages 9:30 a,m. Where People of All Faiths Worship 10:45 MB. Evangelistic Service where People Meet God 7:30 pan. Visit a church that Is gaining new friends every day EDWARDS ST. ASSEMBLY 2615 Edwards St. J. W. ELLSWORTH. PMtor. Radio, WOKZ ..: »'M AM. Sunday School • 9*0 AM. Morning Worship 10:45 AM. Shift Worker* Sunday School ...6:50 PJM. Evening Evangelistic 1:00 VM. WEDNESDAY Midweek Evangelintic : 7:00 PAL Services for All Age*. Plume HO 2-8437 for Transportation. CATHOLIC INFORMATION WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN WHAT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH TEACHES? D o. FROM A PRIEST D b. BY CORRESPONDENCI COURSE R e. FROM A LAYMAN d. RECEIVE LITERATURE CLIP. CHECK AND SEND ADDRESS TO BOX 220. ALTON, ILL. NAME ... ADDRESS Christian Science Services First Church of Christ, Scientist 533 East Tenth St. - All Are Welcome Sunday Service 11 A.M. y EvtMhig Testimony Metftof I P.M. r School »:30 A.M. and 11A.M. Wednesday I Sundayj (far Pupils Under 20 Yean) Nunary Open During E«eh Service Reading Roam, Churcn Edifice Open Daily Except Sundays & Holidayi from 12 to 4:80 P.M. Also Tuesday Evening from 7 to 9 P.M. CALVARY SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 14X2 Wiuhiii«tQM Avenue "the end of your search for a friendly Southern Baptist Church." UV. HOWA10 TODD TAYLOR, talw MORNING WORSHIP seuvice* CM and SUNDAY SCHOOL .T. TKA1NINC UNION ttm » EVENING WORUUP tBRlVCB lilt 9.2! RgfftliHiai eMrvic« I m mad I a rail r ifaiJattiiu ^^"^^•^^•^^ ^^ p * »»iw •Mvi^Pv^pMpweMeT * WMWHB WED. MIDWEEK PRAYER SERVICE! .7.. ),g • far TnuuiturUtloji Call HO »-Wif, I • Ptouly of Itoffchif • ft Mo*sru Air-CouQittiMftd for Veur <

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