Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 7, 1950 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 19SO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MOIIBVIN Carrollton Baptist Meeting Jan. 22 CARROLLTON, Jan. 7.—(Special) -*The annual roll call meet' Ing of the Baptist Church will be held Sunday, Jan. 22, according to plans made Wednesday evening at the quarterly business meeting of the church. A potluck dinner wilt" be served at noon, followed by a program In the afternoon In the church auditorium with the speaker to be announced later. Miss Nlta Ford, Earl Journey, and Mrs. Richard Ciller were named members of the program committee, with Mrs. Anna Hubbard as chairman of the invitational committee. Dinner committees will be appointed later. Plans were discussed concerning the Stewardship Advance program which will open In February with classes each Sunday evening for five week*, Announce Greene Farm Program CARROLLTON, Jan. 7. — <Spe> clalS—Charles H. Shuman, president of the Illinois Agricultural Association, will be guest speaker at the combined annual meeting r the Greene County Farm Bureau and the Greene County Service Co. Saturday, Jan. 21, in the Greenfield Community High School Auditorium at 12 noon. In addition to the address, musical entertainment is being planned attendance prize will be given each family. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Kenneth Byland and son are spending this week in Springfield at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Burkholder. Gary Kimbro returned home Wednesday from Our Saviour's Hospital, Jacksonville, where he had undergone surgery. Oren . Siebermann entertained a group of friends at dinner Wednesday evening at the Siebermann Service Station. Howard Stewart, William Parker, Arnold Hyde, and Ellery Dawdy went to Springfield Thursday to remain over Friday attending a feed conference. Mrs. H. E. Kistler entertained a group of friends at bridge Thursday evening at her home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Breitweiser, Godfrey, were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kimbro. Church Notes CARROLLTON — "The Second Mile" is the theme of the sermon to be given Sunday morning in the Methodist Church by the Rev. Marshall D. Ulm. Audiovisual booklets will be distributed and the churches throughout the Conference will be having the sarr.e type of service with the same sermon theme. The Methodist Youth Fellowship .meeting will be held at 5 p. m. Tuesday evening, there will be a-supper meeting and program at the Roodhouse Methodist Church to which board members and their wives of the seven churches in the group are Invited. There will be a rummage, food, and handwork sale Jan. 14 In the church basement, sponsored by the WSCS. Choir practice will be Saturday evening at 6:30. Dr. C. C. Benedict will speak at the morning worship Service Sunday In the Presbyterian Church, followed by observance of the Lord's Supper. There.will be candidates for baptism and reception of members into the church during the morning hour. Monday night there will be a potluck supper at 6:30 p. m. when family night will be obs'erved. The program will consist of showing of the film, "Salt of the Earth." The choir of the hurch will have Its rehearsal at 8 p. m., Thursday. "Meeting the Unknown" is the The Church Receives Power IUUSTRATID SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON When the day of Pentecost had come, the apostles were In a room together, when suddenly there came • sound, as of a rushing, mighty wind. There appeared to the apostles, sitting together, "cloven tongues" that were like fire, and they sat upon each one of them that were in the room. All the apostles were filled with 1he Holy Ghost, and they began to speak In different languages than their own, at the Spirit gave It to them. When devout men of mnny tongues heard this, they rushed to see for themselves; Peter told what had happened. MEMORY VERSE—Acts 2:28. NEGLECTED EXPLORATION By CHARLES A. WELLS. We have become so obsessed with the development of destructive physical weapons that we apparently have failed to observe that every new deadly missile, atom or germ we produce can and will quickly be reproduced on the other side of the world. This universality of science should have been brought, home to us when Russia upset all timetables in developing the atom bomb. Whatever we invent to destroy the enemy wil be used to destroy us. Moreover, physical force can stop Communists, but it can't stop communism. We are discovering that communism comes up from within wherever there is greed, hunger, poverty and desperation. And our enormous expenditures tor death weapons do not even touch these causes of communism. Can we not now hold our military embattlements strong while we turn some of our talents to the development of those forces that destroy the very foundation upon which communism must stand? We have spent billions on bombs and pennies on the "Voice of America" which has already wrought havoc behind the Iron Curtain. We have spent billions for bombers which become obsolete faster than we can build them and pennies for those programs that transform blind greed and offer a way out of their desperate poverty. We have become such giants In the science of death, yet remain so immature in the sciences of life. Sunday Church Services theme of the sermon to be given Sunday by the Rev. Laurel Grigg at the morning worship service in the Baptish Church. The BYF will meet Sunday evening with Miss Sara Beth Williams as the leader ,the topic being "The New Way." The Rev. Grigg will speak on "Keeping One's Footing" at the Sunday service at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Elmer Johnston will speak at the morning worship service In the Christian Church. The Rev, A. C. Meier will- have charge of the morning worship service in the Lutheran Church, Three Teachers on "Sick List" at Alton High Another name has been added to the list of Alton High teachers who are ill. Besides Miss Julia Snider fjnd Miss Bernadotte Robertson, Miss Opal Renner Is <ir,w on the "sick list." Miss Renner missed teaching duties Friday because of a "strep" throat. Assembly ot God ALTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE. 512 Spring. Harold A. Hamilton, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning worship, 10:45. Missionaries, George and Lucile Clark. Junior young people, 6:30. Evening service, 7:30. Clarks will be ministering. 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, service. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Baptist FIRST BAPTIST-5th at Market. Roland E. Turnbull, pastor. 10 a. m. Church school. 11, Morning worship. Sermon: "A Basis for Living." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p. m, "The Christian and His Money." A sound moving picture. CHERRY STREET BAPTIST—€th at Cherry. W. Freeman Privett, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "Supremacy of Christ." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. The Gospel Hour. Sermon: "Is Any Sin Unpardonable?" FIRST BAPTIST - Tydeman and Central. Roxana. D. A. Ziemer, pastor. 9:45. Bible school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon topic: "Gideon's Three Hundred." 6:30, Senior young people. 7 p. m. Pre-service prayer meeting. 7:30, Evening worship. Sermon by the pastor. FIRST BAPTIST—4th and Bowman, East Alton. William F. Bohn, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Worship. 10:15, Sermon: "Approvingly Amazed." 10:45, Sunday school. 11:30, Benediction. 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening Gospel Hour. First In a series: "Beware of False Prophets." PWING MEMORIAL—West Ninth at State. J. T. Finnan, pastor »:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship. 6:30, Youth Fellowship, ship. 7:30, Evening wor- 'CHURCH OF CHRIST THERE IS SOMETHING IN THE NAME READ ROM 16:16 ACTS 4:10-12 TB1JSPHONE8 4-OIM or I.UM I. Mapto ft, Hartfortf Evangelical Cbiircb O. W. HEGGEMKIEK, fast" "Th« Fothtr't What Is TIME Of SERVICE 10 A. M. Broadcast 'VoW »70 On OVM Station /or Your Dial COTTAGE HILLS BAPTIST—Cline Z. Barkey, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Bible school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "One Sent." 6:30, Bible study. 7:30, Evening service. Sermon: "Feasting." 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. . 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-service prayer meeting. 7:30, Evangelistic service. Rev. Den/el of St. Louis will speak at both services. 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. MAIN STREET BAPTIST—509 Main. Arthur M. Ulrich, pastor 9:30, Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Holy Spirit." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening service. First in a series of sermons on ''Stewardship." • UPPEK ALTON BAPTIST—College at Seminary. La Rue Jensen, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40. Morning worship. Sermon: "The Lukewarm Church." Children's sermon: "Choke Damp." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening worship. Sermon: "How to Keep From Slipping." JAMESON BAPTIST - 2636 Sanford. James Shields, pastor. 9:30. Sunday school. 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Woman Who Gave Her All." 6:30, Youth meetings. 7:30, Evening Service. Sermon: "The Two Witnesses of Rev. 11." CALVARY BAPTIST—1422 Washington. J. C. Martin, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon topic: "The Salt of the Earth." 6:30. Training Union. 7:30, Evening worship. Sermon: "Awaiting the Verdict." Catholic ST. MATTHEW'S - Milton road. Rev. William Croke, pastor. Masses at 6. 1:90, 10 and 11:15. Chrutian Science FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST- 5M E. Tenth. Sunday's lesson subject: "Sacrament." Golden Text: Proverbs 16:1, 3. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. Sun* day school, 9:30 a, m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST--217 North Ninth St., Wood River. Sunday's lesson subject: "Sacrament." Golden Text: Proverbs 16:1, 3. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 9:30. Church of Chrir* CHURCH OF CHR1ST-E. Maple, Hartford. C. Otto Schlieper, Ora Wheeler, Walter Fields nnd Berdell McCann, elders. 10 a. m. Bible study. 11 a. m. Exhortation. 11:30 a. m. Communion and Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. Exhortation. CHURCH OF CHRIST—Hnrvill St., Cottage Hills. 10 a. m. Bible study 11 a. m. Exhortation. 11:30, Communion and Fol low- ship. CHURCH OF CHRIST—Stato nnd Marguerite, Wood River. 10 a. m. Bible study. 11 a. m. Exhortation. 11:30 a. m. 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 worship, 8 o'clock. Con fire national FIRST CONGREGATIONAL—6th and Henry. Reuben R. Trickcy, minister. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45, Morning warship. Sermon: "Looking Ahead." Episcopal ST. PAUL'S—3rd at Market, William H. Brady, rector. 8 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:45, Morning prayer and church school. 10:45, Sung Eucharist and sermon. 6:30, Young People's League. ST. GABRIEL'S CHAPEL — 980 Whitelaw, Wood River. 9 a. m. Holy Communion and church school. TRINITY CHAPEL—State at Mildred. 9 a. m. Morning prayer and church school. Che (Soldett (Text The apostles preaching in Jerusalem. "Repent ye nnd be baptized every one. of you in the name of Je»us Christ unto (he remission of your sins; and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit."— Act* 2:28. Newest Accessories Evangelical EVANGELICAL— (Evan gelical and Reformed.)—Eighth and Henry. O. W. Heggemeier, pastor. 9 a. m. Church school. 10 a. m. Service of worship. Latter Day Saints REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS—Marie at Highland. Fred Immer, pastor. 10 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. Preaching by Benj. Clark of St. Louis. Lutheran TRINITY LUTHERAN—Blair and Central. Paul Juergenson and Roland H. A. Seboldt, pastors. Sunday school at 9:30. Lesson: "The Wedding at Cana." Adult, Senior and Junior Bible classes at 9:30. Divine service at. 10:30. Sermon: "The Bread of Life— s Supply and Demand." MESSIAH LUTHERAN—Milton rd. at Oakwood. William E. Wessler, pastor. 9:15, Adult and Junior Bible class. 9:15, Sunday school. Topic: "The Wedding at. Cana." 10:30, Divine service. Sermon: "Is Baptism Important?" 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: "Personal Mission Work." 7:30, Bible Fellowship Hour. ZION LUTHERAN Bethalto. W G. Bruegmann, pastor. Sunday school at 9 a. m. Divine worship Two In One Pattern at 10:15. p. m. Voters' meeting at 1:30 Methodist FIRST METHODIST - Sixth and Market. Paul B. Brown, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Holy Communion. 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship. ('.RACE MKTHODIST Henry and Seventh. F. M. Hedger, pastor. 9:30. Church school. 10:30. Morning worship. Sermon: "Prayer." 7 p. m. Junior Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Hymn sing and sermon. 8:30, Youth Fellowship. EAST ALTON METHOUIST- Main and Church streets. L. B. Walklngton. pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Sin of MOECS." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening service. Sermon: "The Costly Journey." BRIGHTON METHODIST—Frank O. Wilson, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:40. Morning worship. Sermon: "An Evangelistic Awakening." 6:30, Youth Fellowship, '7:30, Evening worship. Sermon: "The Last Prayer." FREE METHODIST -1619 Main. Homei Foster, pastor 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "The First Commandment." 7 p. m. Youth Cherry Street Baptist Church Sixth and Cherry Streets W. FREEMAN FRIVETT, I'astor 1:30 CHURCH SCHOOL (CloMM lor all 0900) 10(40 MOWING WORSHIP torn**—"SUPREMACY OF CHRIST' 1:30 YOUTH FELLOWiHIF-Loo Irimholl, Director 7:30 You'll Find a Wirm-Hoartoo 1 Welcome at Cherry Street This dickey has creted yoke set In material; gives you the beauty of crochet with little work. Pattern 706; pattern parts; crochet directions for dickey; gloves in small, medium, large. Laura Wheeler's improved pattern makes needlework so simple with its charts, photos and concise directions. Send 20 centi in coin* for thli pattern to Alton Telegraph, M, Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelnea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS. Here's good news! Send 15 cents more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler Necdlecraft Book —today! 104 illustrations of youi favorite needle-hobbies—the choicest designs and the most concise- patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book. service. 7:45, Evening service. Sermon: "The" Holy Spirit and the World." MAIN STREET METHODIST- Main at Benbow. Virgil W. Corrle, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. R p. m. Methodist men potluck supper and program. 6:30, Youth meetings. 7:30, Evening service. Nazarene CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE- MI 6 Hlllcrest Wm B Kelly, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:40. Morning worship. Sermon: "The KD 4669 SIZES One for now and one for later! The darling yoked-princess style Is so becoming to young figures that you'll want to sew both versions. Gay in gingham and eyelet! Pattern 4669 in sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Sue 6, top 2 yards 35-inch; other, 1% yards 35-inch; % yard contrast. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete Illustrated Instructions. Send 35 vent* in coin* for this pattern to A\NE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 249 Went 17th St., New York II, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Send 15 cents more for our Anne Adams Fashion Book. Pages of patterns for the whole family; smart styles for every occasion. Includes a free pattern printed right in the book. Life of Truit." 6:45, Young people. 7:30, Evangelistic service. Presbyterian. U,S.A. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN—4th and Alby. Edgar J. Vance, D.D., pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Quest of the Holy Grail." Celebration of the Holy Communion. 6:30, Westminster Fellowship In parish houne. 7:30, Eve- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS 10:00 A.M. Church School. 11:00 A.M "A laiii For Living" |l:SO-lt!«0-WOKZ, 1110 6:30 P.M. - lapti>t Youth Fellowship 7:30 ».M.r-"Tho Christian and Mil Money" •teiuMi ftfevliu I*ft0tiiire (Is* deaslon of the School of Stewardship) VISITOR* WELCOME, Minister The Church Receives Powtr HOLY GHOST DESCfeNDS UPON APO&TL&8 Scripture—Acts 2:1*41, By NCWMAN CAMPBELL WE ARE told that each of us hag more Inherent power within us than we ever realize or use. In fact, that we employ but a small fraction of our abilities, and that f we could release them all they would add Immeasurably to our 'fficleney and capacity to meet life's problems and win success. Bonks and magazine articles on this subject suggest, how we may develop these unused talents and put them to work In the world. Few, however, ever learn the secret and harness. It for use to iheir own and the world'i good. In today's lesson, we find 12 humble, unlearned men gathered In a room waiting for Jesus' promise that such power would como to them to help them carry on His work. It was on the day of Pentecost—a solemn Jewish festival celebrated on the 50th day (seven weeks) after the Passover--that "suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and It filled all the pour out My Spirit Upon all and your ions and your daughteta shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams." Then Peter spoke of tfetut, whom "ye have taken, and by wicked hands have crucified and slain; Whom God hath raised up." David, he said, had spoken concerning these things which all those present had witnessed. The hearts of the multitude were pricked when they heard Peter's speech-, and they asked what they should do. Peter answered, "Repent, and be baptised every one ot you In the namo of Jesus Christ for the remission Of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.' "For the promise Is Unto you, and to your children, and to oil that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call." With many other words did Peter "testify and exhort, saying, Save yourselves from this untoward generation." "Then they that gladly received his word were baptized; and the MEMORY VERSE "Repent ye and he baptized every one of you In the name of Jesus Christ unto the remission of your sins; and ye shall receive thn gift of the Holy Spirit."—Acts 2:28. house where they were sitting." After the wind there appeared cloven tongues "like as of fire, and it sat. upon each of them." All were filled with the Holy Ghost, and they began to speak in other languages than their own. Living In Jerusalem were' devout men of many nations, and when they were told of this unheard-of-thing, they were amazed, and a multitude came to see and hear with their own eyes and ears. They were still more astonished when they heard the apostles utter words that they could understand though they came "out of every nation under heaven. 1 ' Among tnis motley throng were Parthlans, Medes, Elamites, dwellers from Mesopotamia, Judaea, Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia; from northern Africa — Lybia, Egypt, "strangers from Rome," in Europe, etc. Some of the throng were merely amazed and in doubt, others said the apostles were drunk. But Peter, standing up, lifted up his voice and denied that they had been drinking wine, but that the power that had come to them was the fulfillment of a prophecy by Joel, namely: "And It shall come to pass In the last days, saith God, 1 will same day there were added unto them about three thousand souta." This was the first sermon preached by a member of tlio first Christian Church after Jesus' ascension. Men of many nations heard it and spread the word abroad In their lands. Today this same gospel is preached in many lands that no one knew existed at that time. Our world Is immensely larger than the old world of which the Bible speaks. It is larger, and at the same time, it is a smaller world. Today we know much more about it—that it la Indeed 'one world." We travel over It— in trains, buses, boats, airplanes. We receive the news from the farthest corners by radio, telegraph and from people who have visited these far-off places. In all times, people have been troubled by the same earthly problems — hunger,, bad housing, lack of proper clothing, etc., but now, if we will—with God's help —we can do something to remedy these ills. "What would Jesui do?" That is a challenge to all of us—young and old. Power will be given us if we believe and make up our minds to follow in His footsteps — going about doing good. For our actions speak louder than words, and a real Christian acts his religion. Gducptlur. «nd u»4 bv pcrmiiw n. Distributed by King Feiturei Syndicate Based on copyrighted outline, produced by Th« International Council of Relifiow ning worship. A study in Proph esy: "The Effect of Sin on ou Life." TWELFTH ST. PRESBYTERIAN Paul Krebs, pastor. 9:30 a. m Church school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Sense of Need." 6:45, Westminster Fellowship. COLLEGE AV. PRESBYTERIAN College at Clawson. Francis Henderson, pastor. 9:30, Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Restraint of God. 1 ' 2:30 p. m. Parents and leathers of the church school will have a conference. Miss Vanna Bewell will be present. 6:30, Westminster Fellowship. ELM STREET PRESBYTERIAN- Elm at Gerson. Marshall Rice, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "Windows Open to Worship." 6:30, Westminster Fellowship. 7:30, Evening worship. Miss Vanna Bewell sneaklnc' on the use of New Curriculum Materials In the Church School. Rihle Prpxhvtpri'in BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN - 517 Market. Albert F. Moglnot jr., pastor. 9:30 u, m. Bible school. Open Forum Rlhlp class for young people. 10:40. Morning worship. Sermon: "The Whole Armor of God." 7:30, Evening praise service. Sermon: "The Lord of the Sabbath." Sled Stolen Theft of a sled of Penny Jo of 514 Lawton was reported the police today. The sled disappeared Thursday afternoon rom the yard at her home. Two sled thefts have been reported since the sleet storm of Tuesday night. Greene Farm Group • To See Film Monday CARROLLTON, Jan. 7. (Special)—"Greene Dollars," a sound movie, will be the feature of the Greene County legume-grass meeting, Monday at 7:30 p. m. In the courthouse. The state-wide legume-grass program Is sponsored by'the University of Illinois college of agriculture and the movie "Greene Dollars" 'is produced by thjp .college and will show how to increase farm profits by growing nore legumes and grasses. . ; ;•• The latest results of research conducted by the college will also >e shown. A discussion will be icld on the legume-grass program ed by W. H. Brown,-county farm adviser. The latest bulletins on how to get the program started .vill also be distributed. Malta has raised Import duties in alcoholic drinks and tobacco. Christian Science Reading Room Church Edifice 533 East Tenth Stre«t Open Dally Except Sunday and Holidays from 13 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Bible. Selene* and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, and all other authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. ALTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE 512 SPRING ST. SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY ONLY GEORGE AND LUCILLE CLARK, Missionaries From Guatoiiiula, Ontral America SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 MORNING WORSHIP, Clarkt Speaking k . 10:45 JUNIOR YOUNG PEOPLE 6:30 EVANGELISTIC SERVICE ". 7:30 Clark* will Iw in charge. WOKZ-Evory Sunday Morninj, 1:30. "WORD OF LIFE" GOSPEL PROGRAM. VOU ARK INVITED. HAROIJ) A. HAMILTON, Patter. FIRST PRESfcVTERIAN 1 CHUBCH FOURTH AND ALBY SHEETS * Rev. Ugir J, Vajico, D.D, Minister. The Church School Morning Worship Junior Church in Parish HOMM Nurtary on first Hoor of Church , Wottftiititor FtMowih> in Parish Hows* Eveniitf Worship 9:30 A. M. 10:40 A. M. 10:40 A. M. 10.40 A. M. 6:30 P. M. 7:30 P.M. Yfce first Holy Communion lontoo Of ft* Now too* H*l hO ehrated. Our nwNhere will, of OOMMO. * *"*•* *•>••» I. Christ, arauM HU Holy 'ItM* ChrUMans, wtthe* froM hooiM are liven a owwlal iovHoMoft ffcoji «M (MM* i are iNvltnl to SM* Him ta (he *t*j hot*, of W«ljh> We took fevwowHo " ' twtlni

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