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promlftefit towttsfilp the. Col&.{ Aft Wilbur 8' __, Cta*» tt<% ChHrfmas ciiliiSTl318i < il2lj& **, Mist' Ruth Sawtell, assisted by Mi.- 8ofito the DaughtssfS of 06rc«i-chutch class, Thttfiaat, k «MMtt|, "Utt. Horace Brrfmley, Maty Keele, and ,Catntelet* were guest*.- ' p- ./> , Miss Ruth conducted t thfe devotional-service." Duritig the Business meeting, conducted by thfe pifesi* dent, Mrs. Robert Fehstermttri, Mrs. Mildred Towse, secretary and treasurer, g£ve a teport of the financial condition' of the' class tir the past year. . Mrs. Rlchey, the* ttew president appointed the following committees: Finance, Mrs. Elizabeth Reinten- berg, Mrs. Everett Adams, 'Mrs. Leo Arnett; .program, Miss Ruth Sawtell, Mrs. Wayne Metforct, Mrs. Verda Branan.Mrs. Mildred Towse, and Mrs. Rlchey; card, Mrs. Emma Dams. The January meeting will be at the home of Mrs. S. A. Malone, who will be assisted by Mist Elizabeth Wade, TaUung w**4i «««C|L uiava»»v«f w«au» TT*M» taken up; aid g cloufl received Him • f Sat o? their dgftfc* .saltttt UfttlJ they _ Ghost, Oi*n to go J end* of T*« A«|^«r wturnetf t« Jerusalem, wlifert tHefjftmaifted In ttrayer «nd sup- itatlot. fth ««.««, including Mary, -j >J«^ Bother, and brothers. , the eleven regaining disciples cast lots t» select a twelfth to replace Judas; «!*«» !**«»*? MAalth l"- MEMORt VERSE-Acts 1:8. Masons Install *. At Chesterfield M this Sf, Rev. \ Masies 'i Christian FIRST OlRiSTlAN-flth at ton. R» E.:St*JBh«iS6n, D.D., Minister. 9 ido, 1 worship afld Communion,/, JS&mm >f PlMt Things Firsts" lOtSO^Blble school. 2:30, Servteei In doUfttic ; h6me by young people. 6:30, Christian Endeavor. 7:30, Evening worship. Sermon: "The Joy of Service," Candle- lighting service following the ser- 'mon. , - £he (5ol6ett CHESTERFIELD, Dec. 31. — (Special.)—John .Rltchey was Installed worshipful master of the local Masonic Lodge, Tuesday evening, In the local hall. Other officers installed were senior warden, Evans Lee; junior wardep, Bud Towse; treasurer, Harry Mlddlekauff; secretary, Paul Miller; chaplain, Bill Wheeler; senior deacon, John Tapscott; junior deacon, Ansel' Dowland; senior steward, Melvin Ketchum: junior steward, Manning Miller, and tyler, Lorl'n' Arnett. ' Following Installation, a social hour was enjoyed, Frank Burrows, Brighton, was Installing master nand Everett Per- rlngs and Everett, Turnbull, Carlinville, were installing marshal land Installing'Chaplain, respectively. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD, —Jack Garln, THE GIFT OF TIME By CHARLES A. WELLS. A new year, like youth, can'seem SO endless in Hi storehouse at time. In January we »have endless time for all Uiose things that we want to see accomplished'In the year. In'December it Is as if.some thief had stolen Into our lives and made of f with a large portion of our days. That thief is neglect,—procrastination. He has robbed so many lives'of success and the richness of experience that had been anticipated. One of the great benefits of the Christian faith is its' teaching that we are responsible to God forlall things. We* are stewards who have been given many treasures; that we are to Invest and not squander. So the devout person faces the end of a year with a deep awareness,—he wants to mark the passing of the year with prayer and meditation. Let the bells then ring'and the fun begin,—after he has taken God Into his accounting. It Is no wonder'that those.who have made a.cheap and wasteful failure of their years want to dim" the New Year bells In an alcoholic fog. The question all must face at the year's end— what have we done with the llght'that has now been spent? Sunday Church Services Assembly of God ALTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE, «?nrlnpflplH hai hppn the euest of 512 Spring. Hapold A. Hamilton, Springfield, has. beep the guest o£ ,,,p Mto f. .^Sunday-school, 9,:30 a. m friends here the past week. >TMnrnin«r worshin. 10:45. Junior Evarigelis- Mr.> and,' Mrs, Nashville; ' Tenh.; George' Buche, were "Tuesday .evening dinner, guests of-Mr. and Mrs. Stariley-'Pbihter and ;son, Bll- He. Miss .Ella Mae Branan. visited this 'wiee'ki'in'iSt. Louis with relatives. ... Mrs. 'Marie'.Hazelton, Burling-, ton, la,, and Miss Pearl Nelson, Beardstown, were hursday evening guests of Mrs. Wilbur W.,Dams. Mrs. Stanley Pointer, Mrs. Edith Tullington, Mrs. Pearl Armour, and Mrs. H. M. Anderson spent the day Thursday With Mrs, Harry Anderson in Wood River. Mrs. Anderson fell recently and broke 'her hip. ,' Mrs. Lula 1 Moore visited this Week In BrooWield with her daughter, Mrs. John Hampton and family.- , . Aimoiiiice Meeting Dates Of Chesterfield Co-ops CHESTERFIELD, Dec, 31. (Special)—The, annual meeting" of the Chesterfield-Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. will be held Tuesday at 10 a. nu In the IOOF building. W. A. Woods is president and Frank Sawtell clerk. 'i The annual meeting of rehester- fleld Co-Operative Elevator will be held In the IOOF building', Jan. . 12, at ; 2 p. m. 512 Spring. Hapold A. Hamilton, pastor. Sunday-school, 9,:30 a. m, Morning worship, 10:45. Junior C. A. service,. 6:30. ^ tic service, 7:30 p. m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD— Cottage Hills. Kenneth Marshall, pastor. 9:45, Sunday school, 11, Morning worship. 7:30, Evangelistic service. - ; , ; ASSEMBLY OF GOD— 2615 Edwards. J. C. Kofahl, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. i Baptist FIRST BAPTIST— 5th : at Market. •'•.Roland .E. Turnbull, < pastor.-.. 10 . a'.- m. xChUrch 'school.'"" ll.VMorn- > ! Ing', worship, . Sermon : '...VA :;New 1 Year With -Old ^Faults.' 1 L6rd's Supper^ .6:30 p. rn; Youth Fellowship.- '7:30, -Evening, worship.^ "I '•'.Am W : ith Yp,u' ; ' -as-minute sound '' ; '-"'"' •'•- •'"• •'• ' •"-•'•• ' BROWN STREET BAPTIST—3125 Brown. A. G. Annette, pastor. 9:15, Teachers and officers meeting.' 9:30, Bible school. 10:30, Morning; worship. 6:30, Young people. 7 p. m. Pre-servlce prayer meeting. 7:30, Evangelistic service. New Year's service fol- A pic- Forgot . . CHERRY: STREET " at Cherry. W- Freeman -Prlvettr pastor. 9:30- a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "New Year's Day Thoughts." Communion. 6 :30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. The Gospel Hour. Sacred concert by All- American,: Quartet, service. Baptismal FIRST BAPTIST — Tydeman and Central, Roxana. D. A. Ziemer, pastor. 9:45, Bible school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon topic; "A Message From God for 1950." Communion, 6 ;30, : Senior young people. 7:30, Evening service. Sermon; '-'And .Andr.ew Brought Pet^er tp x jesys." ' CHURCH of CHRIST=| Start the New Yuar Right The Church of Christ lnyit£5 Xou To Attend Their Worship Services Regularly. Telephones: 4-6386 or, 3-63964 E Maple St., HARTFORD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS 10:00 A.M,' Church School. 11:00 A.M. Observance of Lord's Supper, "A New Year With Old Faults?" Broadcast VVOKZ, 18TO. 11:30-12:00, ' 6:30 P.M. Baptist Youth Fellowship. 7:30 P.M. "I Am With You." (75 iqlnute Sound Movie.) VISITORS ABE INVITED TO ATTEND. Roland & TurnboH ' MlnUter .•lowing' evening service, 'ture, "The Man Who God'i will be shown. , CURDiE HEIGHTS: BAPTIST— Goodfellow and Come-in place. : Claude Evans, pastor 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30, Morning worship. 7:30, Evening worship. WHITELAW AVE. 'BAPTIST— 800 Whitelaw, Wood River.. A. A. Capron, pastor. 9:45, Sunday school. 11. a. m. Morning worship. 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 7:30, Evening worship, FIRST BAPTIST—3rd at Lorena, Wood River. Earl Jefferson White pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30, Morning worship, •7:30, Evening worship. Mrs. A. W. Judd Will preach at both services. COTTAGE HILLS BAPTIST—Cllne . Z., Barkey,. pastor. 9:30 a. m. ; Bible school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Comforter." Communion. 6;30 pr m. Bible study. 7:30, Evening service. Sermon: ."New Purpose." TWING MEMORIAL—West-Ninth at State. J. T. Finnan, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship. Communion. 6:30, BYF, 7:30, Evening worship. ' , TABERNACLE BAPTIST—Amelia street. J. R. Johnson, "pastor. 8 a. m, prayer hour. 9:30, Sunday school.. 11, Morning worship. Text: "Take Jesus ;Wlth You." 3 p. m. Consecration hour and'th'e Lord's Supper, 6 p. m. ' BTU. 8 p. m. Opening of the mid-Winter revival. ,.'.".• MOUNT GIDEON BAPTIST— 226 South Pence, East. Alton, Raymond White, pastor. 9:45. Sunday sch6ol{- 11 a. m. Worship} 7s80. p p;.. reus Evangelistic service." JAMESON BAPTIST —2636 Sanford. JameB Shields, pastor. 9 ;30, Sunday school. 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "Taking Inventory." 6i30, Youth meetings, 7:30, Evening service. Sermon; "Sweetness and Bitterness^ of the Word of God," UPPER ALTON BAPTIST—College at Seminary. LaRue Jensen) pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. 'Sermon i "Thei Faithful Church.'M Chll- dren's sermon: "The New Page," 6;30, youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening worship. Sermon: "Fac», Ing the New Year." Baptism. FIRST BAPTlST—tia^ford. Maurice Powers, pastor. 9;45, Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship, Sermon! "This One Thing I Do." Communion. 6;30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening worship. MAIN STREET BAPTIST—509 Main. Arthur M, Ulrich, pastor, 9:30, Church school. 10:40, Morn- Ing worship. Sermon: "FpUow- Ing tlyrLord Fujly," . 6:30 p^m. Youth FeUowship. 7;SQ_ p,' rt>, EvajrgelUtic service, Sermon: Christian Science FIRST C«URCH OF CHRIST SClENTIS,T+*533 E. Teftth. Sun- daV's lesson suftject: "God." Golden Text*. Psalms 77:13. Sunday services at 11 a. m.. Sunday school at 9:30 a, m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST • SCIENTIST—217 North Ninth St., Wood River. Sunday's lesson subject: "God." Golden. Text: Psalms 77:13. Sunday services at 11 a? m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. 1 m. Church of Christ CHURCH OF CHRIST—E. Maple, Hartford. C. Otto Schlleper. Ora Wheeler, Walter Fields and Berdell McCann, elders. 10 a, m. Bible study. 11 a. m. .Exhortation, 11:30 a. m. Communion and Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. Exhorta- CHURCH OF CHRIST—Harvlll St., Cottage Hills. .10 a. m. Bible 'study. 11 aA m. Exhortation. 11:30, Communion and Fellowship;"" •••• -.•'•,.,CHURCH OF CHRIST—13th and Madison, Wood River. Dewey Cletcher, elder. (Meeting temporarily .; at Roxana community buildlrfg). .;10 a. m. Bible study. *11 a. m. Preaching by Bro. Good- glon. 11:45, Communion and Fellowship; 7 p. m. Preaching ' and Communion. CHURCH OF CHRIST—State and Marguerite, Wood River. 10 a. m. Bible study. 11 a. m. Exhortation. 11:30, Communion and Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. Exhortation. Church of God in Christ CHURCH OF-GOD IN CHRIST— 2603 Main. A. L. Tinsley, pastor. Sunday school at 10:30. Morning worship at 12 noon. Young people's service, 6:30 p.-m. Evening Congregational FIRST CONGREGATIONAL—6th at Henry. Reuben Robert Trickey, WTOt .THIS 1PtK&¥> of the y«af 1950 we haV« the phestet df'Wie great p«rpheti Israel, arM b*gin a study of the wdrk of the dttdples, ln'«lt- rying out Jesus' instructions, given them before His ascension. With the establishment of the Jewish people In ttretf own Iftftd, a member of th6 United Nations and a republic, interest has be«n particularly directed to this historic country and its people. Persecuted in many lands, discriminated against in others, It re mains for the world tft see how this new-old nation will develop. The people have a chance to show the rest of the world how a tea] democracy should work—holding high Its ideals for all to see am emulate. The book of Acts, which Is the larger part of bur reference for today's lesson, was written by Luke, physician and author-»-the tftir <ttf$i iifrbft TCnti . r!^._j. • -. .Sli&rif uWi iMl&a!t._ aftdunio&S ettftli. V * "AM whew hi !*s, taken Mhtt the disciple gftz&d toward Hetl^Bij w Lord's ascension,! lehd In white (angels, stood by them. "Ye It&ftfll Gall* lee," they said, "why st*M ^e gTa%. Ing up fnto Heaven ? This sftrftl Jesus which Is taken u(> frcm into Heaven, shall so come In manner ail ye have setm Rim go* into Heaven. ^ Returning to Jerusalem, accord* Ing to their departed Lord's Instructions, the 11 went into that upper room, and there, with oiherl including Mary, mother of Jesus, and His brothers, they remained in prayer and supplication! MEMORY VERSE "But ye'shall receive power, when the Holy Spirit is come upon you: and ye shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea and Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth."—Acts 1:8. ! The , Day of "But ye shall receive power, wheri l.he'Ho'ly Spirit is come unto you; and ye shall be my witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaen .and'Samrala, and unto the uttermost part of the earth."—Acts 1:8. one highly educated man -among the disciples. He was a Gentile and contemporary with Paul—not one of those who associated with the Master while He was on earth. The gospel begins with the story of Christ's ascension, which occurred 40 days after His resurrectloiu He had appeared ito ; His'disciples many times durlhg" this period, and In this last, day'He Instructed them In the carrying on*of the work in His absence, Jesus and the/disciples were on the Mount of Olives, outside Jerusalem. He toloV them they should stay on in Jerusalem until they had been baptized by the Holy Ghost, which, He promised, would be "not many days hence." Still vlslonlng a return of ,the glories of Israel instead of a spiritual-kingdom of God, the disciples asked Him: "Lord, when wilt Thou at this time restore again the kingdom of Israel?". His ,answer was: "It is not for you to know the times or the sea sons, which the Father hath pu' In His own power. "But ye shall receive power Peter then made a speech, sug* gestlng that they must choose & man to take the place of Judas [scarlet, so there would be 12 when they began their ministry after power had been given them. They appointed two men, "Joseph called Barnabas, who was surnarrted Justus, and Matthias." They prayed for guidance, then drew lots, and the choice fell to Matthias, so he became the twelfth member of the apostles. • It Is interesting to note how the day of Pentecost changed these men. From looking for the reestablishment of their old kingdom of Israel on earth, they turned to the business of founding the church of Jesus Christ, which wa» to extend to a great part of the earth-^and which is for Gentiles as well as Jews. .Think of It—this little band of 12 men—humble and unlearned— but inspired of God, with their sucessors,' succeeded In spreading the gospel around, the then knowri world, nnd It'has since traveled north, south, east and west/ through the Immensely larger world of today. m minister. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "The . Days of Our Years." Infant baptism. GODFREY CONGREGATIONAL, Lawrence Graves, pastor. 10 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. Worship. Sermon: "The Lure of the Open Ddor." • Episcopal ST. PAUL'Sj-3rd at Market. William H. Brady, rector. 8 a. m. • Holy Communion. 9:45, Morning prayer and church school. Holy Communion Will be distributed at this time. 10:45, Sung, Eucharist. '.This Sunday is the last day on which Christmas Communion mayvbe made. The sermon .will be omitted today. . 6 p. m. Young people. TRINITY CHAPEL—State at Mil- ,,dred. .9 a. m. Holy Communion .and church school. ST. GABRIEL'S CHAPEir—980 Whitelaw, Wood River. 9 a. m. Morning , prayer and church school. ' 'Evangelical EVANGELICAL—(Evangelical and Reformed:)—Eighth and Henry. O. W. Heggemeier, pastor. 9 a. m. Church school. 10 a. m. Service of worship. 10 a. m. Sunday school. 10 a. m. Adult Bible class. 11 a. m. Public worship. Sermon: "A Christian Goal for 1950." ZION LUTHERAN—Belhalto. W. G. Bruegmann, pastor. Sunday school at 9 a. m. Divine worship at 10:15. .Sermon: "Our Congregation's Work." ST.. PAUL'S .LUTHERAN—Lorena at Fifth, W6pd 'River.' Norman L. Wolff, pastor. 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30, Divine Worship. Installation of church officers. No vespers. . ' Methodist FIRST METHODIST — Sixth and Market. Paul B. Brown, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon topic: "This Year." .6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship. GRACE METHODIST—Henry and Seventh. F. M. Hedger, pastor. 9:30, Church school. 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "New Opportunities." 7 p. m. Junior Fellowship. 7:30, Evening' worship. Laymen in charge. 8:30, Youth Fellowship. EAST" ALTON METHODIST— Main and Church streets. L. B, Walkington, .pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Right Road for the New Year." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30; Evening service. Sermon: "Let Us Resolve." FREE METHODIST—1619 Main. Homer Foster, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30, Class meeting. Grace Nowlin in charge. 7 p. ml Youth service.- 7:45 p. m. Evangelistic service. BRIGHTON METHODIST—Frank O. Wilson, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "A Workable Religion." 3:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening worship. Sermon: "If Then." Dr. O. Clark, minister. 9:45, -Church school, 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Voice of John." Bible Presbyterian BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN — 517 Market. Albert F. MOginot jr., pastor. .9:30 a. m. Bible school. ; Open Forum Bible•class:for;youngj people. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "A. New Resolve: to Glorify God." 7:30, Evening praise service. Sermon: "The New Life in Christ Jesus." Education and used by permUilon. Distributed by King Features Syndicate "; Based on copyrighted outlines produced by The International Council of Religlou* Vnitaria FIRST.-UNITARIAN—3rd at Alby. John G. GUI, minister. Forum at 10 led by William Brunner on: "The Influence of Egyptians and Babylonians on Early Psalms." Church school at 10:30. Morning worship at 11. Sermon: "The Twentieth Century Half*Gone." Pastor at Moro Entertains Class Christian Science Services First Church of Christ Scientist 533 East Tenth Street-Public Welcome Sunday Service 11 A.M. Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting, 8 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. (For Pupils under 20 years.) r/ Middletown Bus to Tenth and Henry Streets. ^Reading Room, Church Edifice Open daily except Sundays and Holidays from 12 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. if .•**• * • Cherry Street Baptist 1 Church Streets ,, a* Latter Day Saints REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS • CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS—Marie at High;land. .Fred; Immer; pastor. 10 a. m. .Church . school. 11 a. m. Sacrament service. Lutheran TRINITY LUTHERAN—Blair and Central. Paul Juergenaon and Rpland H. A. Seboldt, pastors. Sunday school at 9:30. Lesson: "Jesus 1 Baptism and Temptation." Adult, senior and Junior Bible daises at 9:30. Divine service at 10:30, Sermon: "Plan Your Future With Christ." .MESSIAH LUTHERAN—Milton rd, -:at Oakwood, William. E. Wessler, pastor. 9:15, Adult and Junior Bible class. 9:15, Sunday school. Topic: "Jesus' Baptism and Temptation," 10:30, Divine service. Sermon: "The Goal of, the Christian Congregation." 2 p. m, State Hospital concert. CONCORDIA LUTHERAN — Cottage Hills. E. J. Kolb, pastor. Sunday school at 9 a, m, Junior and Adult Bible classes at 9 a. m. Divine worship•* at 10. Sermon: '«The State ot the Church." BEREALUT.HBJRAN—Green and f Gplf ttreets.) • fa Vincent, pa?tor.; Nazarene CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE— 331.6 Hlllcrest. Wm, B. Kelly, jDas- tor. 9:30, Sunday school, 10:40, New Year's message. 6:45, Youth service, 7:30, Evangelistic service, Presbyterian, U.S.A. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN—4th and Alby. Edgar V, Vance, D.D. pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: ^The Half Way Mark of a Century." 6:30 p, m, Westminster Fellowship, 7:30, Evening worship. Study In Islah, "Religion in Relation to National Life;" TWELFTH ST. PRESBYTERIAN, Paul Krebs, pastor. 9:30 a, m. Church school. 10:45, Morning worship. Communion. • , COLLEGE AV, PRESBYTERIAN, College at Clawson. Francis Henderson, pastor, '9:30, Church school. 10!<lO r Morning worship. Sacrament ,ot the'i Lor4's' ; : Supper. Reception of 'members and infant baptism. 6:30, Westminster Fellowship. -.-••"•••• ELM STREET PRESBYTERIAN— Elm at Q.erson. Marshall Rice, pastdr, 9:30 a, m. Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship: Communion. Sermon: "Counting the Cost of Communion," 6;30 p. m Westminster Fellowship. P,BTHALTp PRESBYTERIAN-- MORO, Dec. 31 (Special) — The Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Parrlsh entertained members of the Charles Curran Sunday school class, Wednesday evening, honoring their guest, Miss June Giles, Decatur. The evening was spent playing games. Mrs. Parrish served refreshments. Miss Giles returned to her home Thursday evening. Mrs. Kabel Entertains MORO — Mrs. Margaret Kabel served a family dinner at her home Wednesday evening. Present were, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kabel, Champaign; Mr. and Mrs. Ca.rlan Hans, of near Edwardsvlllc; Mr. and Mrs. <T. L. Brazier and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Johnson and Miss Georgia Kabel, Mpro, a.nd John .Dobrinsky, Ellenvllle, N. Y. Missourluns Visit Here MORO — M£, and Mrs. Charles Mehl, Affton, Mo,, spent Thursday with Mrs. Mehl's sisters, Mrs, H, E. Dorsey and Mrs. Margaret A. KabeL ALTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE 512 SPRING STREET WATCH SERVICE. .Saturday Night, 8:00 to 12:00 Word of Life—Broadcast 8:30 A.M—WOKZ. SUNDAY'SCHOOL 9:30? MORNING WORSHIP '. 10:45> 1 • "V' ) EVANGELISTIC SERVICE ',..., 7:30' The Tabernacle "extends a welcome to you * ' so start the New Year in Church Sunday: '• HAROLD A. HAMILTON, Pastor. "WATBHTOWIB" STUDIES SUNDAY* JA& 1ST, 7 P. M, "FAITH WITH • School in TJieopratlo Ministry HMOfty 7 P» M» Welcproe, " • Mcdorn Notes Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Challacombe had as supper guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Klnser and son, Charles, Hardln; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kltzmlller, Mr. and Mrs. Wll Ham Searles. Mr. and Mrs. Kinser also called on Mr. and Mrs, P, H. SanderSt Beverly and Dixie Lynch, Wood River, came Thursday to spend the weekend with Mrs.' Meda Tober, Dedication of Communion Altar Sunday Evening At 7:30. REVIVAL MEETING TO CONTINUE -.:..'... . —AT— ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH FIRST AND JENNINGS, WOOD RIVER Evangelist Pan Mallough is greatly used of God in preaching the Full Gospel in a dynamic way, A special: feature of the meetings is the playing of Sacred Numbers on the Cow Bells and Sleigh Bells by • ..'..'. Rev. Mallough. [ SPECIAL GUESTS THE "ALL AMERICAN QUARTETTE^' Mount Vernon, 111., will sing in the Sunday morning service which begins at 10:4(5. REV. MALLOUCH WILL SPEAK IN THIS . Church School, for all ages. Start the Hew Y«f r Worship Service - ........ . Evangelistic Service (Our New Year SUBJICT; "THS FIRi, THS WOOO AN&

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