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'SAWW3AV, AUQtJSt 81, ALTON CORNERSTONE LAYING Participating In cornerstone laying ceremony last Barnett, district Methodist superintendent, H. F. Sunday at the new educational building of Bunker Scheldt, Jesse Scroggins, Ralph Gerdt, Ken Miller and Hill Methodist Church were, from left/Robert Grelbel, the Rev. Victor P. Herman, pastor, the Rev, Vernie Bill Jaynes. Kneeling is Don Ray. The POWER of FAITH By WOODI ISHMAEL *n each table in th« restaurants along the New Jersey Turnpike is a small card. It reads, "Thanksgiving before meals." Below are prayers for Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox, and on the other side Jewish and Protestant. Benton E. Caldpn, division ,areq manager for the restaurants along the Turnpike is, responsible. In 1951, when he was •astern division manager of the restaurants on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, he and his associate decided the prayer curds would be an invitation and inspiration to all to give thanks before, meals. . He has sustained the policy Wherever his work has taken him. In the many letters of favorable comment, he has had requests for large numbers of the cards from both individuals and organizations. These requests he always fills. Re- •ently a. commandant of a military academy asked for the cards to be used by the cadets at meals. They rotate the blessings, using a different one at every meal. The words are a little different, but In each the spirit is the same. . ;- , ' . AP Newsfeatures —-• Edwardsville Witnesses Plan Meeting Illinois Circuit No! 6 of Jehovah's Witnesses will hold a three-day circuit assembly in Edwardsville, Oct.' 4-6, it was f '%! j'r { • James 'Kogel, presiding minister of the'Alton congregation of the Witnesses, said that sessions will be in the 'Edwardsville Sea lor High School. Attendance is expected to reach upward of 1,000. Delegates wlH : come from Belleville, East St. Louis,''Alton, and other cities as far as Mount Vemon. The program will include a variety of talks on Bible subjects, with sessions conducted morning, afternoon, and evening. Groups of ministers will discuss ministerial prpblems and prac tical demonstrations, they will teach how to conduct Bible studies and deliver sermons on Bible subjects. The featured speaker, appearing dally, will be Harry C. Good, from Brooklyn, N, Y,, headquarters of Jehovah's Witnesses. 4 Area Lay Leaders At Methodist Meet School for Retarded at Wood River A non-denominational school for mentally-retarded chOdren will, be conducted this year in the educational building of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Third and Beach, Wood River. Classes will be held for children 5 years of age or older, and a nursery school will be conducted for children 3 to 5 years of age. The classes will be held . on Mondays and Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Registration has been set Sept. 4 or 6. . A .qualified, teacher will be in charge. Interested persons may call CL 4-8748 for more information. Howlett Will Be Te Deum Speaker Michael J. Hewlett, state auditor of public accounts, will be the featured speaker at a dinner forum meeting of Te Deum International, Alton .chapter, .Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., at Our Lady Queen of Peace church of Bethalto. Dr. James Cai;row, of Godfrey, said Re- Four area lay leaders attended the Week - long second Metlv odist Conference on human tions in Chicago this week. Representing the Alton - Wood River area were Miss Diane Simpson, Mrs. Neil Featherstone and Mrs. Leo Woods, Alton and Miss Vera Jones, Wood River. Integration of the segregated jurisdictions within the Methodist Church, possible in 1964 or 1968, was the primary concern o the conference. Five churches within the Negro Central Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church are included n the geographical Illinois Area, lower two - thirds of the state. If a merger of the Cen- ral Jurisdiction with the ihurch's five geographical jurisdictions is voted by a General Conference, the five Negro churches would be absorbed by president of Howlett will the chapter, discuss "The New Schedule For Services Is Announced New times for Sunday service at 'Cottage Hills ' Baptist Church will go into effect Sunday. Sunday school will begin a 10:30 rather than 9:30 with morn ing worship services begining a 1}: 30 'rather than 10:30. • The youth of the church -from fouiv through • eight 'years of. age and nine through 16 years of age Will meet- each Sunday at' 6:30 p.m. v • • ;• ,• • • A revival is being planned at the church Sept. 15 through Sept. 21. The evangelist will be the Rev. William Blake, pastor of Grace Baptist Church in East Alton. to Speak at Meet Of Association CARROLLTON -r The Rev. Harold R. Blatt, American Baptist Missionary to the Philippines will be the guest missionary speakei 1 at (he fall meeting of the West Central Baptist Assn. Wednesday In Ashland at 10 a.m. to 9 ,, sponsibility of the Layman in Public Affairs. , Auditor Howlett, by virtue of his office, was a member of the Illinois Public Aid Commission until it was .reorganized recently into a code department," said Dr. Carrow, "We hope he will give us an informed view of problems of public assistance, and.other majoi issues of our state government." Te Deum, 'organized in '1940, has chapters in eight states which promote adult education through events. lectures on current Call Alton Evangelical Church Meeting A special meeting of the con gregation of the Alton Evangel! cal United Church of Christ wil he held at 2 p,rn ; , Sept. 15, to hear the building committee re port. The group has been studying the possibility of -relocating from its Eighth and Henry Street site In other church news; Profes sor A. Rumpf of Eden Seminary will deliver the sermon while the Rev. and Mrs. Charles L, Stev ens are on vacation. Cyprus will .get a < loan • Jrpm the World Bank, Retreat for Baptist RoxanaMeti ROXANA ~ A men's retreat at Low Point, 111. will be attended by men of the First .Baptist Church Sept. 6 and 7. On Sept. 12, the Mississippi Valley regional meeting for the women of the Women's Missionary Union is on the agenda at the local church, with Mrs. Roy Glbbs as arrangement chairman. Mrs, Gaylord Hamilton will be the morning speaker and Mrs. George Hess will speak in the afternoon. Start Work On Carrollton Methodist CARROLLTON - Work will begin next week on the exterior of the Methodist church. The project will include sandblasting, tuckpointing and sealing all masonry. Contractor for the work is B. L. Silveus of Bethalto. The painting of the exterior wood surfaces of the church will be done by the men of the church. Meadowbrook Young People Elect Officers Officers have been selected in he young people's Christian Indeavor organization at the Mrst General Baptist Church ! Meadowbrook. The organi- ation was formed at the church ast Sunday. Those elected were: Daniel Hmer, president; Bob Vandalia, vice president; Ronnie Eaker, Also SporUtmn Miami Minister Gets Mr. Enthusiasm Title By BOB BAfttNG MIAMI, Gkla. (AP)-Mr. Enthusiasm is the name for Russell Martin. His energy embraces such diverse fields as the ministry and sports announcing for a radio station. He also travels extensively on evangelistic crusades, writes songs and is active in civic affairs of this northeastern Oklahoma town. Martin Is minister of the First Christian Church. He also is sports director for the radio station and, in that capacity, broadcasts dozens of football and basketball games of area high schools and Oklahoma AIM Area. They are in Peoria, Jacksonville the Illinois Springfield, and East St. Louis. So crucial is the future of the church — largest Protestant denomination in America — is set- lement of the divided membership issue that the Rev. A. Dudey Ward, executive director of the conference, said: "The church must accept inte gration .as a presupposition. We :an no longer debate whether the church will hold itself from the great historical drama. The church is involved and must become increasingly involved, or il will die." In tliis context, local Methodists at the conference are participants in the discovery of what is being termed "the great racial encounter" or the "great revolution." Rev. Vance Guest Speaker At 12th Street The Rev. Dr. E. J. Vance again will be the guest minister of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church on Sunday at the 10 a.m, worship service. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs, min ister of Twelfth Street Church, lias been on vacation and will return to his pulpit on Sept. 8. He has recently returned from a visit with his brother, the secretary; Ray Vandalia, trea- iurer; Sheryl Kilmer, pianist; and Ralph Cardwell, songleader. The organization will meet each Sunday evening at the church :rom 6 to 7 o'clock. In other news at the church, members of the senior Sunday school class will attend a dinner Sunday at the home of the teacher, Jackie Kilmer. The Rev. Terrell Thompson, a missionary from Guam, Puerto lico, will be guest speaker at he 7:30 evening service at the church Sunday. Carrollton Lutherans Set Assembly CARROLLTON - Our Redeemer Lutheran church will Rev. Kan. L. T. Krebs, of Wichita Rev, Collisson Returns to Pulpit Sunday The Rev. C. H. Collisson, pas tqr of Elm Street Presbyterian Church of Alton will return to tna» pulpit Sept. 1, after a month's vacation visiting rela lives in his home town of Keo kuk, Iowa, and -his eldest daugh ter, Mrs. Thomas Epperly a Hubbard, Iowa, He spent som time at a cottage near Roches ter, Minn. Northeastern College. Yet Martin rarely misses a Sunday in his own pulpit. And he has led his church to first in baptisms among both Disciples and New Testament Christian Churches in Oklahoma. In his 17 years here, membership has grown from 450 to 1,900. A feature of the church is the "Kiddie Kollcge," a program conducted each Wednesday after school to encourage youngsters to memorize Scripture on which the church's beliefs are based. Martin helped organize a boys' baseball program about seven years ago. More than 600 youngsters now play in three leagues. Mrs. Martin is active, too. She recently took a group of girls from the church on a tour of Bible colleges and frequently takes part in clinics at Ozark Bible College in nearby Joplin, Mo. She also runs the Martin home, where five of their six children still live. One daughter is married and the Martins have three grandchildren. Martin was graduated from Cincinnati Bible College in 1940 and spent five years in evangelistic work before he came here. He recently was elected vice president of, the American Christian Church Convention. Weekly Book Review From City Library By DAVID BAttL MOLT Librarian "A Man Named John: The Life of Pope John XXltt," By Alden Hatch. On a warm summer evening in Rome on June 3, 1963, the world lost one of its greatest and most beloved religious leaders Pope John XXHl, the "Pope of the people," after only four and one half years as the supreme pontiff of the Catholic church, was called to God. His death, though sudden to most, was not to John. For almost a year he had known that the small pain which almost, imperceptibly sapped his magnificent stamina was a tumor that could not be removed because of his advanced age. During that year he had driven himself unceasingly in his urgency to achieve his intense ambition—to bring into unity all who said, "Our Father" and peace to all men everywhere. Born on Nov. 25, 1881, on a windy, rainy day in a small Italian village of Sotto il Monte (Under the Mountain), Angelo Roncalli, son of a peasant, knew both privation and hardship as a child. His rise from these hum- le beginnings to culmination as he Vicar of Christ is told in in- piring and sympathetic narra- ive by an author who was acquainted not only with documentary matter, but also the people .vith whom Pope John grew up —his relations, friends and asso- For Roxana Nazareties Church Grtrttp* Will We&kinShipman The Rev. F. A. Welsh o! St. Louis, former superintendent ef the Missouri district, will be guest speaker at the Roxana Church of the Nazarene Sunday at 10:35 a.m. and 7 p.m. while the pastor, the Rev. Allen Dace and his family are on vacation. Richard Farmer of Cahokla, 111. will be speaker at the 9:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. worship services Sunday at the First Baptist church while the Rev. Gibbs and family are on vacation. Roxana Class Plans Supper ROXANA - The Women's Bible class of the First Baptist church will have a family poMuck supper at 6 p.m. Tuesday at t h e church. Letter from President ROXANA — Steven, Kimberly, Kathi and Jeffrey Norton, children of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Norton of Rohm Place sent a letter of sympathy to President and SHIPMAN - SI* here have scheduled meetings here this week. Ste. Denis Altar Society will meet at the chutch tueadtay at 1:30 p.m. and hdstestitfl Will be Mrs. Richard Groihaui and Mrs. defence fhowae. The Christian Aiders will meet Tuesday evening at ?'.45 At the home of Mr*, Kenneth Archer ,fr. Other hostesses are Mrs. Martin Archer and Mr«. Dale Maxwell. The lesson will be In charge of Mrs, Austin Jaynes. The Piasa WSCS will meet at the church annex at 8 p.m. Wednesday and Mrs. John Wilson will be in charge of the lesson and devotions. Tltf hostesses Will.be Mrs. Chester Darr, Mrs.! William Stone and Mrs. Floyd Darr, The OES will oberve "Friends Night" Wednesday at 8 p.m. The Lutheran Ladles Aid will meet Thursday at l.'SO p.m. at the home of Mrs. Leslie Alward. The hostesses will be Mrs. George Krause and Mrs. Darrell Allen. New officers will assume their duties. The Piasa Baptist WMU will elect new officers at a meeting at the church Thursday at 2 p.m. The program will be under the direction of Miss Muriel Schulthes. The Harmony Community Club hold a voters' assembly Tuesday, 8 p.m. The Walther League will meet Wednesday at 7. The Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church of Berdan will meet Tuesday. Dr. Frank Marston will speak to :he Cosmopolitan class preceding :he worship service at the First Presbyterian Church. The Catholic Youth Organiza- :ion will meet Wednesday at 7:30 in the St. John's school hall. There will be no service other than Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. in the First Christian church. The teachers will meet Tuesday, 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church and the Christian Education committee will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Members of the church will plan to attend the fall meeting of the West Central Baptist Association to be held at Ashland Wednesday from 10 a.m. through 9 p.m. Homecoming For Baptist Of East Alton Members of the First General Baptist Church of East Alton will hold their annual homecoming services and .dinner Sunday. The meal will be served during the noon hour at the church. The Victory Quartet will sing for morning services and again during the afternoon. 3 Scouts of Troop 65 Get Church Awards "God and Country" awards have been presented to three boys of Troop 65 at St. John's United Church of Christ at Wood River. Honored were: Robert Cotton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cotton; Alan Grove, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Grove; and John Kasten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hasten. John Kasten's achievements are notable inasmuch as he, at the age of 13, had attained the rank of Eagle Scout in a Bethalto troop near his home and currently is an Explorer in a troop in that same town. St. John's Troop 65 serves not only boys of the parish but of the surrounding community with many [aiths represented. Singing Session Slated Sunday At Bible Baptist Madison County Singing Con vention will stage a singing ses sion at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bible Baptist Church, 11 MacArthur Dr., Cottage Hills. Richman Brothers Quartet o Cahokia will be featured and Al vie Richman will be a song leader, Mrs. Betty Crabe, secre tary of the convention, said. Glen Ray West of Wood Riv er will be painist and L. W (Bill) Miles of Cottage Hills president of the singing conven tion, will be master of ceremon ies. The Rev. A. R. Fields is pastor, of the host church. ANKARA—Turkish police wil move to bar obscene movies. French petroleum is climbing rapidly. production lates. The book vividly re-creates :he life of an extraordinary figure, a Pope who blended diplomatic grace with the simplicity of a humble farmer. His was a 'ather's concern and friendship : or the poor and weak and their daily problems. Yet he had a ;een insight into contemporary ivorld politics and international relations. His consuming desire, always evident, was for the ultimate union of all creeds. His record of achievements from his writing of eight encyclicals, to the calling up of the Ecumenical Council—are as impressive as any Pope's, despite his all too short reign; his sincere love for his children—the precedent breaking visit to the Regina Coeli Prison, all endeared him to the hearts of Catholic and non-Catholic alike. "A Man Named John," is a story of a man whose devotion to God, his church and his people led him from poor fields on an isolated farm to the glory and greatness of the Throne of Peter. Highly recommended. Hamel Lutheran PTL Plans Schedule HAMEL — Officers of St. Paul's Lutheran School PTL, teachers and members of the Planning Committee met at the school Wednesday evening to plan the schedule for the coming year. Those attending the session were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Behrhorst, Bill Brandt, Mrs. Lynette Spudich, Mrs. Betty Steinman, Mrs. Ruty Kelly, Mrs. Flora Lee Renken, Mrs. Lucille Martin, Miss Ruth Kleinschmidt and Miss Judy Schroeder. Businessmen Meet HAMEL — The Hamel Businessmen's Club held its monthly meeting Wednesday at the Hamel Park building. Seventeen members were present. Reports were given by all committees. Thursday nights have been designated as work nights. Firemen Meet HAMEL —Hamel Firemen met Monday evening at the fire house. The family picnic for Madison Mrs. John Kennedy on the death of their infant son and Friday received an acknowledgement from President and Mrs. Kennedy. The card had been mailed from the White House and had the presidential sea). Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bean and children, twins Donald and Debbie, and Diane of Upland, Calif., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bean of E. Tydeman Avenue, and with Mrs. Bean's mother, Mrs. Mary Grange in South Roxana. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis and daughter, Kathy, of Doerr Avenue and Cheryl Giles of Wood River have returned after spending a week vacationing in the Ozarks. Miss June Huck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Huck of Hawthorne Avenue, left Thursday for freshmen orientation at Lincoln Christian College at Lincoln, 111. Her sister, Miss Ruth Huck, will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Center. The hostesses will be Mrs. Margaret French, Mrs. Elsie Robinson and Mrs. Alice Powell. Calhoun4-H Clubs Plan For Festival HARDIN — Committees of the Calhoun County -4-H Federation are making final plans for the ie- freshment stand the group will sponsor at the Apple Festival in September. Committees completing plans are as-follows; Erection of stand and securing ice cream • .containers,- .Leonard Fortschneider, David Jennings, Tom Nolte and Gary Fortschneider; supplies, Judy Held and,Ther- will leave Monday to begin her junior year at the college. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knipping and her father, John O'Neil, of South Roxana have returned from Sullivan, Ind. where they spent several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shileto. Mrs. Louis Piper of Vincennais, Ind., has returned to her home after visiting the past few days with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. O'Neil, of Wanda. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Arnoldi' and family of South Roxana and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Stearns and family of Main Street have returned after a two-week vacation with friends and relatives in Mississippi and Louisiana. 2 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Two area residents were admitted and three persons discharged from St. Joseph's Hospital at Highland Friday. Admitted were: Mrs. Lillian Weiler and George Waffensmith. Discharged were: Mrs. Elloma Strubberg, Rte, 4, Harry Schiermeyer, 219 McKinley and Mrs. Valeria Elam, Rte. 5. Bank deposits are reported growing in Austria. First Baptist Church College and Johnson Streets Alton, Illinois OHHIN M. ANDERSON, Pastor 9:25 a.m Sunday Church School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Message: "\/ater for Thirst" by Rev, Anderson SOLO—"Calvary" Guest Soloist: Mr. Donald Judd Alr-Condltloned Nursery maintained during service. Ample Parking for Everyone. County Firemen and families will be held Sept. 8 at the Highland Park. Those who will attend the September Madison County Firemen's meeting at Highland will be Roy Halbe, Harold Halbe and Melvin Gusewelle. Klenkes Observe Date HAMEL — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Klenke celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary recently at their home with a chicken fry and potluck supper. esa Nolte; • scheduling workers, Ada Mae Herter and Patty Hanks. Largely through the sponsorship of a similar stand last year, ihe federation was able to pay tuition for two delegates to leadership camp this cummer. At a meeting of the Federation last week, Ada Mae Herter was elected to head the Federation for a one-year term. Other officers named were: Fred Herter, vice president; Leonard Fortschneider, treasurer; Judy Held, secretary; Patty Hanks, reporter; and Judy McKenney, recreation chairman. 490 Enrolled HARDIN — James Ringhausen, Hardin Grade School principal, has announced the 1963-64 enrollment in the five elementary attendance centers of Unit, 40. Hamburg has 31 students; Batchtown, 61; Michael, 57; Kampsville, 138; and Hardin, 203. The total, 490, is slightly under the 1962-63 enrollment, /although t h e number of students has increased in some centers. There are two new teachers in the grade schools this year. .Mrs. Mildred Barry of Hardin is teaching the lower grades in Hamburg formerly taught by Mrs. Margaret Poore, who resigned to accept the position of., assistant county superintendent of schools. Walter Schlereth of St. Louis is teaching the 8th grade, and is the coach at Kampsville, replacing Max McIntyre who resigned to take another position. SERVICES ON MONDAY LOS ANGELES (AP) — An unusual experiment in worship — services on Monday evening — is being tried by Holman Methodist Church here to reach people who can't or won't attend Sunday I morning. Come to The Congregational Church Of The Redeemer on Henry Str«tt at Sixth in Alton SUNDAY SERVICES: 9:30 A.M. — Church School Clanoi 10:00 A.M. — Service of Worship Holy Communion Sermon: "God Is At Work" Soloist; Mr. Boyd Sever Robert Chqtfl*ld Ktmptr, Pastor ALL 5 STORES • •WlliMrt Vilta«i * Alton Pl«l« » «Jllll»St « 509 W,,&«lm«r * FRESH FILM * PICNIC NEEDS * SUNGLASSES * GRILLS CHARCOAL PHIQE GOOP SUN. AND MQN, 100 SHEETS NOTEBOOK FILLER PAPER

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