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SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAUttltvfc God'i Leva for Hit Children ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON « A*« i. •«.*» , StHptnr*— ftom* It. News of Area Men and Women In Armed Ft "When Israel was a child, then 1 loved him, and called My son oul of Egypt," said God.—Hospa 11:1. The prophets warned them, hut the Israelites sacrificed to Baalim and hurned Incense to graven imaxes.-- — Hosea 31.2. "They shall unlk after ihp I/ord: HP shall roar like a lion . . . the children shall tremble."--Hoson 11:;10. In spilo of lies and deceit. ".ludah yd nileth with God. and is faithful." Hosea \\-.\2. MKMORY VERSE- I John .1:1. God's Love for His Children HOW THE LOVE OF GOD FOR ISRAEL WAS SPURNED AND HOW IT WILL FINALLY PROVE VICTORIOUS (Che Golden Cleat Scripture- H risen 11. I By NEWMAN CAMPBELL : branches, and devour them, bc-| "When Israel was a child, cause of their own counsels, then I loved him, and called My And My people are bent to son out of Eygpt." — Hosea backsliding from Me: though 11:1. f they called them to the most "This is the third time that HiKh. none at all exalt Him."— MOSPH reminds Israel of her Hosea 11:5-7. earliest C)H.VS of that youthful time "How shnll 1 Rive thee up. when God called her out of Is- Ephraim? how shall I deliver rael and led her through the thee Israel? . . . Mine heart is wilderness." — The Rev. Dr. turned within Me. My repent- Wilbur M. Smilh in. Peloubel's ings are kindled, together." — Select Notes. Hosea 11:8. It would seem that after God Then the Lord said: "I will not h»d shown His people that He execute the fierceness of Mine loved and cured for them, that anger, I will not return to de- the Israelites would be true to stroy Ephraim: for I am Him and worship only Him, but God, and not man; the Holy One when fiilse prophets called them in the midst of thee: and I will "they sHcrificed unlo Baalim, not enter into the city." — Ho- and burned incense to graven sea 11:9. (iOI.DKN TK.XT "Hchi'ld. uriHi inaiiM'T of love the Father hnth bestowed upon us, thai we should be called the .sons of God." • 1 John 3:1. images. — "I taught Hosea 11:2. "They shall walk after the Kphraim lanother Ix>rd: HP shall roar like a lion: name for Israeli also to go, tak- when He shall roar, then the ing them by their arms: but children shall tremble." — Ho- they knew not that I h e a I e d sea 11:10. them." — Hosea 11:3. "Kphraim compasseth Me "I drew them with cords of a alxjut with lies, and the house of man, with bands of low: and I Israel with deceit: but Judah yet was to them as they that take off ruled with God. and is faithful the yoke of thr-ir jaws, and I with the saints." — Hosea 11:12. laid meat unto them." — Hosea Believe in God's goodness and 11:1. in His love for us. Love and For their punishment God worship Him, carrying out the said. "He shall not return into teachings of Christ Jesus, lov-p uh , u,ut we should be called the sons of God."—I -John 3:1. the land of Egypt, but the As- ing others as yourself. Then you'- of Edwardsvlile road, Wood River. 8:30, Morning prayer. 9:30 a.m. Coffee hour. St. Paul's-Third at Market. John M. Young, rector. 9:30, Family Eucharist and sermon Trinity Chapel—State at Mll-i dred. 8 a.m. Holy Communion. '• Jehovah's Witnesses school* they are given additional military training along with the technical instructions. ! t'pon completion of special technical training at an Air | Force Technical Training Center, airmen are assigned to operational units of the USAF Aerospace Force. Army PVT. JOSEPH GONZALES, son of Mr. and Mrs. Atanaclo Gonzales, 2740 Grandview Ave. completed the food Grafton Church Women Meet GRAFTON derman, returned to th*tf Itonw to Parker, Kan., after ft OH* at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Owflf* Paddock. Mrs. Nell Rlorclan of Alton is visiting this week at the homes Mrs. Charles 1 of Miss Mary Rlotdan and Mr. Campbell was hostess to mem- j and Mrs. Robert Freeman Sr. bers of the Woman's Society- Mr. and Mrs. .John of Christian Service of O f Alton have bought the resi- the Methodist Church at her donee O f Mr. and Mrs. Elmore home Thursday afternoon, with Morrison and plan to move there Mrs. Walter Corey as co-hostess, about Sept. 1. Devotionals were led by Mrs. service course July 28 at Fort j „ Dev ?" 1 ? nl1 " 1 . w £ re 7 by Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Fred Forf** Jr. Leonard Wood Mo ! Campbell and Mrs. Corey pre- havp hni|gn , , hr prop prty of Mr. Goiuales received training in^" tpd , th * , p ™ Rra , m '' Li * hts For 'and Mrs Charles Burns on Main cooking, baking, meat cutting iTod " y " Ch '! dren .**** wa * as ' slreet and will move there in the and preparing a field kitchen. ot . **»•««"• Orr Mn futurp . PVT. JOHN i has completed basic training at , Fort Leonard Wood and is home leave visiting his mother, The 19-year-old soldier entered the Army last March and completed basic combat training at Fort Leonard Wood. He Is a 1959 graduate of Marmiette High School. Before entering the Army, he was employed at 3t. Joseph's Hospital, Alton. CHARLES T. ADAMS. 20, son of Mrs. Gertie B. Fernandez. 3720 Coronado Dr.. was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers of the U. S. Army after completing six weeks of training at the Army Reserve Wood River Kingdom Hall—; M Linton. 6:45 p.m. Public °" •«•"- *""""*. "!*1 '""•"" '\ Officer Training Corps summer talk. 8 p.m. Watchtower study, Mrs. Dorothy Bechtold of Alton- Leonard Wood Mo "Dwelling Together in Honor." Jerseyville Road. ' (ttmp al mi Leonara wooa ' Ma Alton Kingdom Hall—436 E. A member of Chi Epsilon fra- rtiiun iMiiKuum nan—HOD r>. t3,, r ,htnlfl !<<fl fnr the ArmVi , _, , ! Broadway. 3 p.m. Public Bible , B , „ 1U '°' tne ^mry ternjty hp was graduated from i lecture. 4:15, Watchtower study, Mav lb ' Hp attendee! school at| A]ton Hjgn Scnoo | in 193 7. Adams I "Dwelling Together in Honor." West Junior High before enter- 1 j Latter Day Saints I Reorganized Church of Jesus "'"."'t-',!!''•!. i Christ of Latter Day Saints-5th and Hank ' jand Lorena, Wood River. 9:30,: I Church school. 10:55, Sacra- Iment. i The Church of Jesus Christ of I Latter Day Saints (Mormon)— i Ronald L. Guthrie, Bishop. 19 a.m. -Priesthood meeting. i 10:30, Sunday school. 11 :45, Fast I and Testimony meeting. 6:30, \ Primary program. , is a Student at Missouri School ing the .service. He has two of Mjnes & Melal | urgy in Rol | a . brothers in the service, Bernard; MUR1EL D ^^ JR ^ man apprentice, USN, of 405 N. Belwood Dr., East Alton, serving aboard the destroyer USS Mullany, took part in a joint Canadian-American anit-subma- rine warfare exercise from July 21 through Aug. 3 off the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada. Two American anti-submarine warfare groups headed by two aircraft carriers joined with six Royal Canadian destroyer escorts and supporting supply ships to provide the seagoing forces. Air units from Whidbey Island, Wash., Alameda and North Island. Calif., also joined in the operation. ROBERT L. McCORD, signalman seaman,, USN, son of Mr?. Mary L. McCord of 242 Dooley Dr., serving aboard the destroyer USS Stoddard. also took pavt J. Bradfisch, Mrs. C. Campbell.: Mrs. W. Kelley, Mrs. K. Taylor: and Mrs. Chas. Pellikan. Fol-i lowing the business session, con-* ducted by Mrs. R. Baxter, pres-i ident, refreshments were served. Rites for Infant GRAFTON — Funeral services j lor Frank Main, Infant son ofi Mr. and Mrs. Paul Main of Grafton, were conducted Tuesday afternoon at Jacoby Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Burial wasj In Scenic Hill Cemetery in Grafton. Grafton Notes ' GRAFTON - Miss Freda Freiman received word from her' niece, Mrs. Ray Freeman, that! they have moved from Guam tO| Okinawa, where her husband, j SFC Ray Freeman is serving in; the armed forces. Mrs. Free-i man is the former Miss Sybil Freinvn of Grafton. Miss Mary Elizabeth O'Donnel left this week for New York, en route to Germany. Miss O'Donnel will serve as principal of an Air Force Dependents School at an Air Force Base. Jack DeSherlia and two children left by plane Friday for their home in Hawthorne, Calif., following a visit with his par- I Lutheran Zion Lutheran— Bethalto. Er- wm J. Kolb, pastor. 9 a.m. Sun;day school. 8 and 10:15 a.m. i Worship services. "The Great !Day of the Lord." Rev. F. Wm. ;E. Wolter. i St. Paul's—9rd and Beach. Alfred H. Beck, pastor. 8 and 10:30 a.m. Worship services. 9:15 a.m. Sunday school. ! Faith Lutheran—Godfrey road. 'Paul R. Schroeder, pastor. 8:30, j J',, <<-. j Morning worship. 9:30, Sunday! ~" 'school. i Trinity Lutheran — Blair and! i Maple. Reuben C. Baerwald, AIRMAN WILLIE L. PIER- j n a joint Canadian-American jpastor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. | SO N. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry anti-submarine warfare exer-|son in Granite City. 8:30 and 10:30, Worship' serv-jp, ]931 E lh Sl t Al-jcise from July 21 through Aug Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holder,„„, «„!.,/- .,„,„„=» in.™ ri- J man and nephew Ricnard Hol . ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer De- Sherlia. Robert Howard, who has been visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plttenger and Mr. and Mrs. C. Overmeyer, left Friday for Greenfield where he will visit Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mears before returning to his home in Sylvania, O. Mrs. Stella Freeman returned to her home -Friday following a visit with Mrs. Rosemaiy W Guardian Angel. '_ "Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon has completed his initial,3 off the West Coast of the U.S. •Gold. ""Herbert A. Schulze, pas-j course of Air Force basic mili-iand Canada. tor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. syrian shall be his king, be- will be doing your part in the ful- Cnurcn Kcnoo] ]0:30. Morning cause they refused to return. And|fillment of God's will, says evan- worship. "The Good News." The : 11 a.m. Worship. Messiah Lutheran- -Mllton Rd. the sword shall abide on cities, and shall consume his gelhrt Oral Roberts in God Is a Lord's Supper. First Church of Christ, Scien- Carl Hilgendorf, pastor. 9:15, tist—217 N. Ninth, Wood River. I Sunday school. 8 and 10:30, First Church of Christ, Scien-! Divine worship. "The Validity Methodist St. Paul's—Rosewood Heights. tary training at Lackland AFB.I Texas. He* has been selected to attend the technical training course of statistical and finance at Sheppard AFB, Texas. Airman Pierson attended Alton High School. Basic airmen at Lackland are Retires After 33 Years at Laclede John P. Hawkins, an employe Sunday Church Services his Good God. Cherrv Street Baptist—6th atjt'St, Elsah. 111. -of Jesus' Doctrine." !Cherry St. W. Freeman Privett.i Alton has Sunday services at, Based on copyrighted outline! produced by the Division of Christian Edo- nnstnr 8-15 and 10'40 Worship, i U a - m - an d Sunday school at, cation, National council of churches of .Christ in the USA., and used by rV, " 'p h urch Family" Com-! 9:30 and 11 a.m. Wood River! - _,, „„„.„„ _.. „, -_ - - ir?^«!^".'*!!!!l.!" munion 7 p m BYF. 8 P m.ihas Sunday service at 11 a.m..Roy L. Baugh, pastor. 8:30 and j ^^ for specialized training of Ladede Steel Co. for more Livint? Christ Hour. "Does God end Sunday school at 9:30 a .m •Wj*J- *°%™* s fZ EvenirT-'at technical schools on the basis! than 33 years, retired July 31. "'i^pt^ The -S. "****• 7 ' 3 ° M ,7 ": of their interests and aptitudes. Hawkins, 72, was employed in John 5 C. Oliver, pastor-T 9:30.:subject of the Lesson-Sermon in Wort River First.Methodist-]They are reassigned to the Assembly of God i6:30 p.m. BYF. 7:30, Evening Church school Forest Mission—5th and For-1 worship. worship. est Dr.. Forest Homes Add.; Nortn A!ton Baptist — 2245 Louie Estes, pastor. 9:30 a.m.;state. William Robertson, pas- Sunday school. 11 a.m. Wor-,, or g :30 am church school, ship. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic IQ.^ Morning worship. 6:30, service. |BTU. 7:30, Evening worship. East Alton Friendship Gener- inc \ mD ..pe n , e ua Lrd's sK LOIUS supper. Catholic «?r castor 9-30 subject of the Lesson-Sermon in Wood River First metnooisi-: They are reassigned to the il 10'45 Morninc H(J Churches of Christ, Scientist, F.dwin H. Grant, minister. 9:.iO. scnoo j after fjve weeks of basic c Great C" on Sunday. Aug. 7. will be: Sunday schooK 0:40 Worship., T 7-30 Evening "Spirit." Golden text: "Now;Rev. Mayo Bowles. 7:30, Eve-, b .* __ .. _ i . . _ _: i . i i : .1 »i t rirr t-«r l v;ir>n i College Avenue Presbyterian— Baptist C.HSI Aiwn r ncnusnip uener-iRev William CTOKC, Godfrey Baptist-George H. ^ Baptist—McCasland avenue. :R ev . Paul Sheridan, as! EddT oastof 9 30 am Sunday • l ohn Yuha8 - V**tor. 9:45 a-™-! Masses at 6, 8:30, 9:30. S£i: P «So. Church serv? C e aSy I^ay school. 11 a.m. Worsh,> and „ :3? 6-30 om BYF 7'30 Evening! 6 - 30 P' m - CE - 7:3Ql Even i n S St. Kevin's-Rosewood H ..." :_' ' ' jworship. ?r.rvinp« in the Zike Phs St. Matthew's—1110 Milton Rd. 1 given to us of God. William Croke, pastor, i Baptist—McCasland avenue. R e v. Paul Sheridan, assistant. RecolTet" we" have received, not the spirit ining service. " .of the world, but the spintj St. Mark's- r 3512 McArthur.i Dast nr9-30 _^ hjch ^ ^ ^ ^ might Fred Beck, minister. 9:30 a.m. John C. Castle Jr., pastor. 9. JO, know the things that are freely Church school. 10:4£ i Worship. " " Ricrht nr Wronr? 6:30. MYF. Church school. 8:15 and 10:45, I Cor. 2:12.! "Right or Wrong?" 6:30. MYF. Worship. "Symptom, Diagnosis, Church of Christ Main Street Methodist—John Henderson, minister. 9:30 a.m. 10-30 Church of Christ-Central atiChurch school. 8:30 and 10:40, Madison, Wood River. 9:45 a.m.'Worship services. 6 p.m. MYF. Heights (Bible study. 10:45, Preachingl7 p.m. Evening service. Servi'ces"in"th'e"zike"pharmacy'by Bro. Hujjhey. 11:30 a.m. First Methodist-6th at Mar- SrfbaTemenf R* Frank J y Communion, and Fellowship. ;ket, William _L, Bird^ pastor _ ^ minictnr o-in Preaching a ndCom. ;S <ead mimst er. 9.30. ;ReTw K ' Bush 6?15. MYF.! Christ's First Evening worship. Rev. iEvemng service. Exhortation. ' | worship Pleasant View General Bap- 1 Wood River First Baptist fist—Third and Whitelaw, East Alton. Orville Myers, pastor. 9:45. Church school. 11 a.m. Worship. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service DIT. i ..>u, nvening worsnip., ivieuaru LAJIJUCIM, i^ui ' Victory General Baptist-2730 Deacon in charge. ing. Peter Bertoldo. assistants. View-land. Barney Davault, pas- Mam Street Baptist—509 Main, Masses at 5:45, 7:30, 8:40, 9:4S, tor. 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 ?:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40, and 11 a.m. rrrttaWHilk am Worshin 7-30nm Evan- Morning Worship. Rev. p;rrol St. Patrick s—nth and central. ;>-i'ii<ij,e niut>. Eristic service ' Bosley. 6:30, BYF. 7:30. Eve- Rrv. John J. Crosson, pastor study. 11 a.m. Calvary Southern Baptist-,ning worship. Rev. Kenneth Revs. Thomas O'Connor and; 11:30. Communion and Fellow- 1425? Washington '"owardTodd Digger. Henry Schmidt, assistants. Sun- sh.p. 7:30 p.m. Exhortation. Taylor, pastor. 8:30 and 10:35, Brown Street Baptist - 3125iday Masses at 5:45, 7:30, 8:45, Church of God Worship services. 9:30, Sunday'Brown. Arthur Woolsey. pastor. 1C. and 11:15. Fi , ru^u of r^-j f Ander . school. 6:30. TU. 7:30, Worship. S:30, Bible school. 10:30, Wor-, St. Ambrose-St. Ambrose Dr., fllsl <~iurcn 01 ixxi lAnoer Bethel General Ba thalto. Alvis Wrigi 9:45, Sunday school. Worship. 7:30 p.m. „ tic service. i Church school. 10:40.. Worship. St. Mary 's-r ourin ai nciuy. i roreno and Dulanev \\MlliamF 'Weathers uastor 9-30 a.m. Sun- Whitelaw Avenue Baptist- Communion. 6:30, BYF. 7:30, Rev. James A. Juddes pastor | ^ ^y™'*- A;..9.P ro ^^-^^^^±L «..*,.,_,«« K M 7 h °^«r^?H alle ±±Sts 5?hool. 10:30, .Worship. 7:30.|ship. ^The y Spirit «^l»rd£ Church of God,; Evangelistic service. "What Cure." Rev. Richard Morey. Twelfth Street Presbyterian— At YWCA. Paul S. Krebs, pastor. 9:30, Church school. 10:40. Morning worship. "Thoughts of An Old Man." the Alton Works \Vire Mill During his more than three decades with Laded e, Hawkins reported late for work only once, and that was occasioned by last year's heavy ice Hawkins storm. In 1958 he received a 30-year j Safety Award Pin from La- Pakistan will electrify its only railroad. KIM A HEALTH? Spiritual Climate •y CHURCH WORSHIP and CHRISTIAN GROWTH DON I MISS A SERVICE Sunday Bible School 9:30 a.m. The Sunday School Is the right arm of the church. Support your church by attending Sunday School regularly. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Message—By Taster Woolsey Vocal Solo—Come Ye Blessed John Prlndle Scott R.B.T.U. Groups 6:30 p.m. Study to show thyself approved unto God. II Timothy 2:15 a. Evening Gospel Hour 7:30 p.m. Message—by Pastor Woolsey Two Parking Areas — Air Conditioned Nursery. YOU ARE WELCOME at I BROWN STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 3125 Brown St. G. Arthur Woolsey. Paitor John R. Ever. Assistant to the Pastor First Baptist Church College and Johnson Streets Alton, Illinois. Crrln M. Anderson, Pastor 9:30 Church School 10:30 A.M. Morning Worship Message—"LOOK WHO'S HERE" 11:00 Until 11:30—Broadcast over WOHZ Nursery maintained during morning Service. Ample parking (or Everyone. Miracle." 7:30, Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Gerald Meyers. Nazarene Rosewood Heights Church of the Nazarene—Airline at Bert Gerald G. Van Tine, pastor. WOOQ 4 V< * W* . «-». J"» . t-fL* J*» X*««| fn«w ,~~ fl t~ - „,---_- --- f tor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, j Sanford Avenue Baptist—2636 Vincent Worland, assistants. 10:45 Morning worship. 6:30, Sanford. John Lineberry, pastor, j Masses at 5:45, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, TU. 7:30, Evening worship. ;S:30, Church school. 10:30, Wor-110:30, and 11:30. East Alton First Baptist—4th ship. "Blood Atonement." 6:30,j st Bowman. Thomas D. Mc-i Youth meet. 7:30, Gospel Hour, i Dermand, pastor. 9:45, Morningj"The Millennial Kingdom." worship. 10:45, Church school 9:30 a.m. THAT INSPIRE -Art-Wood" PlaquM WtU «4d s wsnt. rteb sbnos- ph«rs of stmifth to «ny room. Bscb plaque If trft Mrved In wood oy nuitsr ssnwi; thn It If faithfully nproiuc* In •MUtifully m«Uod '•Art-Wood." •Mb fsstursf s 4l*>sgt Upon print of • Mima «•*<•> - AMraximitt ris* of o*ca vivKt InchM. ID rich mthpisjw solor. with t3l to ailt av ham vMi VlMs-HM 'f'i»Ujr nwt F r • jr i Tof*th*r •Uyi ToctUwr Maay ODur Dt*l|M Tt 6bMM ~ ALTON BIBLE BOOK STORE MM & Broadway Alton, 111. ftwiw HOwftrd Christian Worship. 10:45, Church school. First Christian-Sth at Easto!«:30 p.m. Youth Hour. 7:30, Bethany Baptist-Alby street | First Christian - Eighth and | Evening service, road. R. R. Tipton. pastor. 9:30.iEaston. J. W. Jordan, pas-, Sunday school. 10:30. Worship, i tor. 9:30 a.m. Church school. | 6:30 p.m. BTU. 7:30, Evening 10:30, Worship. "Onward Chris worship. Congregational Church of the Redeemer- 6th and Henry. Grafton M. Thomas, pastor. 9 a.m. Church school. -••-.- , tian Soldiers." 6:30 p.m. CE. Fosterburg Baptist-Roy Carl- 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. ??*™ r - sW o r Th in son, pastor. 9:45, Church school.!"Christ First." steckel P ' 10:45, Worship. "The Lord's! First Church of Christ—2nd at, ; " CL " ei Supper." 7 p.m. BYF. 8 p.m. i Lorena Ave., Wood River. G. R. Gospel Hour. "The Marks ofi. c chreiber, minister. 9:30, Bible False Teachers." (School. 10:30. Morning wor- First Baptist—College at John-1 ship. "Finding Life's Highest son. Orrin M. Anderson, pastor.!Values." 7:30, Evangelistic hour. 9:30, Church school. 10:30, Wor-: „ —. „_ sn jp' | CJirUtlan Science Twing Memorial—9th at State.: First Church of Christ, Sclen- Wllliam Stoeckel, pastor. 9:30, list—533 East Tenth St., Alton. Episcopal St. Gabriel s-Whitelaw north'D. E. Wassen. Keeps Man From Salvation?" Presbyterian U.S.A. Wood River First Presby- terian—4th at Lorena. Manley L. Mace, minister. 9:30 a.m Church school. 9:30, Morning worship. Dr. Andrew Kurth. First Presbyterian — 4th and Alby. Edgar J. Vance, minister. 9:30 a.m. Church school. 8:30 and 10:45, Morning worship "A Friend or a Taboo?" Rev. Christian Science Services First Church of Christ, Scientist 533 East Tenth St. - AH Are Welcome Sunday Strvict 11 A.M. Wedntsday Evening Testimony Meeting 8 P.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. and 11 A.M. (for Pupilc Under 20 Years) Nursery Open During Each Service Reading Room, Church Edifice Open Daily Except Sundays & Holidays from 12 to 4:30 P.M. THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sixth and Market Streets Alton, Illinois WILLIAM L. BIRD, Minister 10:10 A.M.— BSRV1CE OF HOLY COMMUNION SERMON: "DRAW NEAR WITH FAITH" Open to "all who do truly and earnestly repent of their sins." SOLO: "The Lord'* Prayer" (Malotte) Mr. Donald Denby Church School: 9:30 A.M. Tk* b»outlful Mtthodltt Church in the htort of Alton Making to lift tht hoorti of ptoplt to Ood. CATHOLIC INFORMATION WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN WHAT THE OATHOLIO OHUROH TEACHES? t. FROM A FRUIT ^ mm k, IV CORRISFONDINCICOUR8J e. PROM A LAYMAN d.RICUYIUTWATUII CUC. CHECK AND SEND ADDRESS TO BOX 320, ALTON, NAME ADDRESS EVANGELICAL CHURCH Rva medical and Reformed Eighth and Henry Streets REV. LEONARD F. TODD, Pastor CHURCH SCHOOL 9 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 8 A.M. and 10 A.M. SOMETHING MIGHTY FINE The** we eve w ew re* uler oHemleixe ore eipecieUy i e com* • Radio WOK/.. 8:30 • Sunday School 9:30 (going, growing, glowing) • Worsuip 10:4% Kev. W. B. Williamson, former Illinois District Superintendent, speaker. t KvuuuelUlli' .. 7:30 EDWARDS ST. ASSEMBLY 2615 Edwurdi St. LLOYD SHOEMAKER, Pastor Kadio, WOK2 8iOO A.M. Sunday School 9:80 A.M. Morning Worship 10:46 AJM. Shift Workers Sunday buhool 6:*0 P.U. Evening Evangelistic 7:00 t?M. WEDNESUAV Midweek tCvangelistlo 7:00 P.M. Service* for All Ages. Phone HO 3-9427 (or Transportation. The snd of your (•arch tor • friendly church.. SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 1428 Washington Avenue 110 »'«814 HO H-08M RIV. HOWARD TODD TAYLOR, Pastor MORNING WUHSH1P KE.RVICES St*A »nd lOiM A.M. SUNDAY SIHUUL liM A M. 1 RAINING UNION »:»0 P.M. tVtNINO WORSHIP SERVICE 7:aO P.M. WtU. M1UWEEK PHAYtR StRVICtS 7:(tf P.M. Allt tJONUJTIOMil) fUtt VOUlt CUAlfUUT Of «OOU PAttKlNO Our 5 modern nurwriee provide UM bMt ot oare during all CHERRY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH Sixth and Cherry Streets, Alton, Illinois W. FREEMAN PRIVETT, Minister Message—"OUR CHURCH FAMILY" 8:15 WORSHIP—COMMUNION 0:30 CHUKC'H SCHOOL 10:40 WORSHIP—COMMUNION 7:00 YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS 8:00 LIVING CHRIST HOUR Message—"Does God Really Love the Individual?" This Friendly Church Invites You FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner of Fourth and Alby Sti., Alton, Illinois REV. EDGAR J. VANCE, D.D. Minister 8:30 a.m. and 10:46 a.m. Morning Worship Guest Minister—Rev. D. E. U'assen, Ph.D. Sermon Subject: "A Friend or a Taboo?" 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Nursery to the Educational Bldg. 9:30 a.m. The Church School and Nursery Parent* art invlttd to u*e the nursery In the Educational Bulldlni. A cordial Invitation I* extended to all of our tervlcM. The LUTHERAN CHURCHES of THE GREATER ALTON AREA WELCOME YOU TO WORSHIP TOMORROW Ste Lilting of Cengr«g*tient on P«ge I for Information WE SPONSOR - Diol-A-Proyer-HOword 2-6663 R.dlo KFUO-"Th, Sotpel Voict"-850 k.«. "Thii Is The Life" Sundcyi 9:30 «.m. Ch. f "Tht Luth.r.n Hour" Sundayi 2.30 p.m. KFUO For Information on tn« n«ar«it Lutheran ••II HO 5-3833 or writ* 117 M«rth ft,, Att«t, IU,

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