Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 19, 1963
Page 11
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19,1068 Stamps in the News is* t A svti i* two British colonies, vastly separated from one another, haVe fliade stamp hewS With ; , , SlBgft- haii reijaild 'two fsfiw stamps £6ntmemoTtttlttg Its eerit large . -built the Singapore' tlousing and Development 'ftflfard, from flic Ga'rwean . area/ Dominica has' announced the Issuance of a flew set df 1? stamps showing various scenes add Items of interest in and arduttd Dbmlttlcaj reports the Cro\vtt Agehts Stamp Bureau. Some of the items featured on these stamps are: the seashore at Rosalie, a/sailing canoe, road making, traditional costumes; bananas, cocoa, parrots and/fat'traits of Queen: abeth. :, . * • »„• * .. * They even furnish on loan film and film strips. Stomp dubs may receive further information on these fftnttwa by wwt- tions, N. Y. * * * « Tunisia has isstted four ig its the World Wide Philatelic Agency. The 15 M value features mosques and minarets of the towfl of Kair- mian, the ancient capital of Tunisia. A woman in traditional dress Is seen in the fore- grouiid. the 25M depicts a woman of Djarba, a beftuttful island of Tunisia. The 55M portrays a woman of Kosar Hollar, a town of oliye groyes. the 60M Illustrates woman at« tired in the garb of the Arabian Nights, , •, *. *,- * * •the Geheral Post Offide In England reports tliat it will The tilled Nations Postal ] ssue spec iai gi flmps on April Administration/ deserves a vote 23, 1984, to murk the -iOOth of thanks':for the excellent job it has been doing In providing a wide ^variety of stamps, publicizing the aims and activities of the United Nations and Its specialized, agencies! In addition to issuance of stamps, the anniversary of the birth bf William Shakespeare. Artists are now being commissioned to submit designs to the British Post Office. United Nations participates in From Czechoslovakia comes word that two new stamps were plillatelld.i^xhibitlons throughout Issued to commemorate the 10th the world, f the material' for I..-...—.... ~* rv.»-u ._i_..i»i«« these exhibitions range from large dlsplayfi.suitable for showing at international exhibitions to small exhibitions appropriate for display at local stamp clubs. anniversary of Czech television. One stamp features a television camera, an aerial and a TV set. The other stamp shows a television aerial and a transmitter. i • . • .. Church Notes Grace Methodist Women Hear Program on Korea Korean orphans adopted here, 7:30 p.m. in die church. The and the, founder of a Korean films are "Sponge-Treasure orphanage presented a program from the Sea," and "Salmon- Wednesday everting lor mem- Catch to Can." bers of 'the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Grace Methodist Church. A reception The Junior Youth Fellowship of the church will have a swimming party and wiener roast honoring the speakers followed July 28 at the home of Miss Rhonda Burden in Rosewood Heights. The group will meet the meeting, held in the church. Speaking on the program were Kim, Jay and Sally Barnett, adopted children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Barnett of 913 Wallace St.; and Major Edward Bates, "USAR, retired, of St. Louis. The' children gave illustrated talks on Korean customs and showed clothing, household items and art objects from their native country. Sally, 7 years old, came here eight months ago from a Korean Methodist orphanage, knowing no English, and now .does third grade level reading. Kim is 10 years old, and Jay is 9. Major Bates says his hobby is Korean orphans, and is called "grandfather" by many of the orphaned children. He showed slides of orphanages, with emphasis on those supported by American army personnel and .persons living in the; St. Louis area. Mrs. Gerald' Bagley was hostess chairman. Those pouring were Mrs. John Campbell and Mrs. Oliver Buettner. Mrs. Campbell is here from Washington, D. C. as a guest of her parentsj Mr. and .Mrs. William G. . Schroeder. KVANGBUOAL Two films will be shown at the meeting of the Churchmen's Brotherhood of Alton Evangelical Church Wednesday night at Fare at Hand at the church at 2 p.m. BAPTIST Lawn socials will be given by women of Tabernacle Baptist Church at 1 p.m. Saturday. The events will be given by the Matrons' Society at-the home of Mrs. Richard B. Bea on Oakwood Avenue; and by the church mothers' board at Mrs. Myrtle Jones' home at 69 Sullivan, Drive. LUTHERAN The auxiliary to the Council of Lutheran Churches announces it has completed a project of placing copies of the book, "P. S., I Love You," by E. J. Mall in libraries at Alton, Wood River, East Alton, Roxana, and Alton State Hospital. CHURCH SPEAKERS The Rev. and Mrs. James Kossler who will speak Sunday at First Assembly of God Church at Wood River. Rev. Kessler to Speak At Wood River Sunday ; Newsfeatures) Bus drivers, -usually exasperated by the delay caused by females fumbling tor ' their fares, will certainly hall the trend to outside ,chaflge purses, One '••' model ' features dual change' purses attached to the bottom frohfof the pocket book. Another is content with just one in very middle; But they're invitations to pick pockets unless you keep the change piirsp side next to you. Mother's Helper reptocln* wife » took *t •twite. Mike-tt lo»f tver bubr'l be** *M»lr, lob the eWn, |n at the Cattle Drive In WOOD RIVER — The Rev. and Mrs. James Kessler will- speak at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday at First Assembly of Qod Church. As superintendent of the Ghana,, West Africa, Assemblies of God field , fellowship, the Rev. Kessler supervised 98 organized churches and 146 preaching points with more than 5,000 adult members. The Rev. Kessler is under missionary appointment 'of the Foreign Missions Department of the Assemblies of God with international headquarters in Springrield, Mo. His first term in Ghana was spent at Kumasi, the country's largest inland city. He directed 45 Assemblies of God churches in the area, and served as treasurer of the Ghana Assemblies of God. It was during this time that Ghana gained her independence —the first African colony to do so. In addition to serving as superintendent of the Ghana Assemblies of God, the Rev. Kessler was principal of the Southern' Ghana Bible School. Formerly located at Kumasi, the school jvas relocated under the Rev. Kessler's supervision. Now at Saltpond — between the important coastal cities of Accra and Takoradi — the school serves students from all of southern Ghana. The new. campus was designed and built under the direction of the Rev. Kessler. The Rev. Oliver Swaim, from Covena, Calif., is acting principal of the school during the Rev. Kessler's furlough. Prior to missionary service the Rev. Kessler served as, assitant pastor of Bethel Church, Modesto, Call/., and First Assembly, Salem, Ore. He was pastor of Assemblies of God churches in Sandpoint, Idaho, and Sheridan, Ore. The Rev. Kessler attended Modesto Junior College, - Modesto, Calif., and the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. Both the Rev. and Mrs. Kessler attended Bethany Bible College, Santa Cruz, Calif. The Kesslers have three children: Evangeline Elaine, Annette Kay, and Benjamin Joe. The Rev. Kessler will show a 30 minute color film entitled Send the Light and will display curios from the African field. Church Outing WOOD RIVER - Young people of the Evangelical United Brethren Church will leave Monday for an outing at the East Bay Church Camp, Bloomington, the Rev. Glenn 'E. Huffman, pastor, reports. Private transportation will be provided for the group. A meeting of the. Women's Society of World Service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the church social rooms to plan activities of the fall months. Mrs. Mae Crause and Mrs. Carolyn Cook will be in charge of meeting and program arrangements. Wdrship services will follow the regular schedule of 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday when John Cook, class leader, will be in charge. The Dix River Dam near Danville, Ky., is said to be the largest rock-filled dam in the world. It is 275 feet high. A meteorite is- a meteor thai hits earth. Carrollton Presbyteiiaii to Observe 182nd Anniversary CARttOLLfON ~ Hie 132nd anniversary of the tlrst Presbyter- ah Church of Carrollton will bo observed Sunday at the 16:45 a.m. worship service. Dr. Frank Mar- stoh will speak oH the topic, "Faith of Our Fathers." Continuing the celebration there will be afl all church picnic supper, Monday at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Marstort Is giving a special lecture each Sunday morning In July to the members of the Cosmopolitan class of the church and other adults who wish to attend. Sermon topic at the ti30 a.m. service In Our Redeemer Lutheran Church Sunday will be "Re- llglouslly and Religion." The Rev. Kleth Gerberding, pastor of the church will officiate at both services. The Bible lesson discussion will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Dan Vitiloe will speak at the 9 a.m. worship service Sunday in the Berdan Baptist church. July 19 at 7:30 p.m. there will be a public ice cream social at the church. < The 'Rev. John T. Finnan will speak at the 10:30 a.m. worship service Sunday in the Baptist church in Eldred, his topic being "A Survey of the Bible." St. John's Catholic The Sunday Mass at St. John's Catholic church will be at 7, 9 and 10:30 a.m. and the weekday Mass will be at 6:30 and 7 a.m. The Catholic Youth Organization will meet 7:30 p.m. at the school hall. The Rev. Norman Ward will speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 7:30 p.m. worship services Sunday in the Zlon Baptist Church. The training union will be at 6:30 p.m. under the direction of Claude Bowker. The prayer service will be Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. There will be no service other than Sunday scliool at 9:30 a.m. in the First Christian Church. First Baptist "Everyday Righteousness" is the sermon theme of the Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastor of the First Baptist church for the 9 a.m. worship service. Sunday at 2 p.m will be the Visitation Meeting. The members of the Board of Christian Education and the Vacation Church School workers will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the church. The teachers will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. and the chancel choir will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. The Daily Vacation Church school will be held from August 5 to August 9 from 1:30 p.m. to 4; 30 p.m. and there will be classes for ages three through junior high. The Rev. Dan Vititoe will speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 8 p.m. worship services Sunday -In the Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. The BYF will meet at 7:15 p.m. The prayer service will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. Plans are being made for evangelistic services to begin August 11 through August 16 with the Rev. Mike McBride of Gray Summit, Mo. as the guest evangelist. The Rev. Franks Varble will speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 3 p.m. worship services Sunday in the Faith Baptist Church. The training unhn will be at 7 p.m. with Chester McKay directing, the. prayer service will be Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mefhtxllst Service The first o* u series of sermons on "Tell Ma About God" will be given Sunday at the 10 a.m. worship service hi the Methodist Church by the pastor, the Rev. Roger F. Christlnnson. The sermon title Sunday Is "God is Light." The M¥F will meet at the church Sunday at 6:30 for outdoor recreation, fellowship, slng- ng and devotions. The Happy Homemakers 4-H Club Achievement program will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the church to which the public is invited. The dally Vacation Bible School Unwanted Hair Removed . F.orever By t. Electrolysis I ' Paulene * Sham Win, member of ^Electrolysis Society' of 'America. PAl/LEWE'S MONTICELLO PLAZA Dial 466-3821 OUR BIGGEST EVER JULY COAT FES YOUR CHANCE TO "ASK THE EXPERTS"! Exclusive Trunk Showing of Roberto Coats and Suits H01IIW10 of Mr. Roberto will be here SATURDAY, JULY 20th hi? complete collection of Fall and Winter untrimmed and fur-trimmed coots, , i EA8TGATK PLAZA—OPEN 10 A.M. to 9 Sotitit Worker Trainee Hired At Alton Slate A social worker tralflee, JarneH Allan Gerst, has beeri hired by Alton State Hospital's social Serv- ce department, it was announced Thursday by Or, Abraham Simon, superintendent. Get-st, a former resident of Evarisvillc, tnd., has a bachelor of arts degree in phyehology from Evansvlllp College. He also attended classes two years at Vihcehnes University, Vincenens, Irld. Previous employment was at Evansville Sfate Hospital where worked as a psychiatric aid. The assignment was required for Us studies. He also Worked there jart-tlme in 1958 as a recreation therapist. Gerst, a Marine Corps veteran, lias not been joined yet by his wife and three children who are "esidlng in Evansville. He is stay- ng temporarily at 615 E. Sixth Street, Alton. will open July 22 and continue through August 2. The hours will 1:30 to 4 p.m. .and will be for Kindergarten through sixth grade children. The leaders are Mrs. Chester Munday and Mrs. Paul Hartwlck. Mrs, Daum Will Head Greene Cancer Society CARROLLTON - Mi*. Philip A. baum jr., of Carrollton Was elected chairman of the GreeTO County Cancer Society Tuesday evening at Day's Colonial ftotrfn In Carrbllton. Other officers elected were Of. Earl Walker of Roodhouse, vice" chairman; Mrs. Charles V. Arnold, While Hall, secretary; Mrs, Hal Nevius, White Hall, treasurer. The chairmen of the various departments are as follows: Mrs. Charles Sullivan, Carrollton, public information; Mrs. Herbert Harr, Carrollton, service; Mrs. Charles Purl, publicity; and Mrs. Eugene Batty Carrollton, memorial. Dr. F. Earl Walker of Roodhouse Is the professional delegate and Mrs. Paul Prcssler of Carrollton is the lay delegate. The professional board members are Dr. A. K. Baldwin, Dr. Paul A. Dailey, and Dr. A. D. Wilson, Carrollton; Dr. Richard Jakobi, and Dr. Robert W. Piper, both of White Hall. The lay board members are Mrs. Margaret Barker, Hillview; Mrs. Bob Hubbard and Mrs. Glenn Wad- dell, both of White Hall; Mti, Paul Prensler, Cattolitofl, Mfi, Robert Best, Mdted. Mrs. Philip A, Catffli, asuflly chairman reported that th* annual Cancer Crusade Ifl dreef* County, including memorial con* tributions, totaled $Mi4.S9. Mrs, Ertna Hays, field representative, spoke briefly eonfiern- Ing the cancer prevention study which was started Hire's years ago the and the checkup ta be made in October. Mr&,ThelmaWUk!tison Honored at Greene, CARROLLTON — Mrs, Thelma C. Wilkinson, who will'fetire 1 in, August after two terms as Greene County superintendent of schools , and who was not a candidate for, reelection last year, was honored with her husband, W, A. 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