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•ATUkDAY. JANUAHY 14, 1050 Patrol Program AlCottage Hills PTA Cxecutive Board to Meet Jan, 26 COTTAGE HILLS, Jan. 14.(Special)—Patrol boys and girls presented the program Tuesday evening we the Parent-Teacher Association meeting. Martha Hampton had charge of the program. The .banner attendance prize was awarded to Miss Martin's room. The hospitality committee composed of Mrs. Orval White, Mrs. Howard Me- Monlgal, Mi* Wllburn Newcomb, Mrs. Elmer Oettle, and Mrs. George Meade, served refreshments. The executive board will meet Jan. 28 at the home of Mrs. Olin Hanks. ALTON TKLfcGKAPH ffAOI •iVIifi Ftllowihlp Practiced in Early Church ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON * *** j. •„•.*« After the Holy Ghost had come upon them, the apostles continued In close fellowship, owning all things in common. Peter and John went to the temple where a man lame from birth was asking aims. Peter cured his lameness. Seeing the lame man walk, all the people ran toward him, Peter and John to express wonder and amazement. Officers of the temple, angered by preaching, took Peter and John to prison. MEMORY VERSE—Acts 4:32 Lutherans Install At Cottage Hills COTTAGETHILLS, Jan. 14.— (Special)—The Lutheran Con- cordla Church will install the following officers at morning services Sunday: Arthur Rothe, elder; J. Q. Zimmerman, president; Fred Mansholt, secretary; Joseph Kessler, treasurer; Chris Masiero, trustee; Charles Roesler, chief usher; and Elroy Vogel and Charles Roesler, auditors. A voters' meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p. m. Sunday. The Rev. E. J. Kolb is pastor. Brotherhood to Meet COTTAGE HILLS—The Men's Brotherhood of the Community Baptist Church will meet in the church this evening at 6 o'clock for a potluck supper. Families of the men are to be invited. Cottage Hills Notes COTTAGE HILLS, _ Mrs. Chester Kutter took her Sunday school class of boys and girls on a roller skating party in Wood River Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Tedrick and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brown entertained 18 boys and girls o£ the Cottage Hills Baptist Church with a chili supper Tuesday evening. Roger Williamson, who is stationed at San Diego, Calif, with the navy, visiting his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dorris. Final Exams Next feekatAltonHigh Final examinations for the first half of the 1949-50 school semester will begin next week at Alton High School. The exams will be given Tuesday and Wednesday. Students will have two hour classes instead of the customary one hour session. But the exams will last for two days. ; Tuesday, the 1st, 4th, 5th, and '7th hour student^- will be given finals. First hour classes will last from 8:30-10:15; 4th hour from 10:15-12; 5th hour from 12-1:45; 7th hour from l':45-3:30. Wednesday, the 3rd, 6t.h, and 2nd hour classes will have final examinations. Third hour will have tests from 8:30-10:15; 6th hour from 10:15-12; 2nd hour from 1:00-2:45. Thursday will be a holiday for the students, although the teachers will have a work day checking exams and making out grades. On Thursday some of the commercial pupils will go to different business places in St. Louis. They will visit such places as Monroe Calculating Co., Equitable Life Insurance Co., Rubicam Accounting Co:, and Miss Hickey's Secretarial School. Accompanying the students will he Miss Marguerite Tibbetts and Mrs. Ethel Ingles, faculty members at Alton High. Friday the students will go back to school and have half hour classes. School will bb dismissed about 12:30. ETERNAL GUARD By CHARLES A. WELLS. Never before In history.has the relationship of Christian truth (o human values stood out so clearly. In some places Christians have been driven underground and religion prostituted to the service of a tyrant, but even there the church, with the flaming sword of truth, has continued to give its life and strength to defend those values which embrace the highest treasures of men's minds and hearts. Were it not for this, the future would be dark indeed. But this valiant guardianship confounds the tyrants, and not the oppressed. The chief oppressor of religion in the Soviet cried out in dismay over his failure to destroy the church in Russia and said, "Religion is like a nail, the harder you hit it the deeper it goes into the wood." The churches-of America are free, but they are obligated to do their utmost to encourage and nurture the millions of Christians elsewhere who, under oppression, are sanding in defiance of the tyrants and safeguarding the sacred rights of the individual. For the vitality of the church where it faces tyranny is the measure of what religion represents even in our more fortunate society. Sunday Church Services Assembly of God ASSEMBLY OF GOD—2615 Edwards. J. C. Kofahl, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. ALTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE, 512 Spring. Harold A. HamNton, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning worship, 10:45. Junior Young People, 6:30. Evening Service, 7:30. Ing worship. Sermon "The Work of the Holy Spirit." 6:30 Youth Fellowship. 7:30 Evening Service. Second in series on Stewardship. "Stewardship of Time." FIRST BAPTIST • Central, Roxana. • Tydeman and D. A. Ziemer, Baptist Stevens of Macoupin Mark 29th Anniversary CARLINVILLE, Jan. 13— (SpecaiD—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stevens sr., who reside south of Carllnville, will observe their twenty-ninth wedding anniversary Sunday. • They are the parents of six children, five of whom are living, including Floyd jr., Chicago; Thomas of near Chesterfield; Walter, Roxana; Mrs. Alice Rhoads, Springfield, and Barbara, at home. They have three grandchildren. To Move Here Feb. 1 CARLINVILLE—E. A. McCraw, Montlcello, his wife and one-year- old son, will move to Carlinville about Feb. 1. Mr. McCraw Is the newly appointed soil conservationist for Macoupin County, suceed- Ing Howard Turner, recently resigned. FIRST BAPTIST—5th at Market. Roland E. Turnbull, pastor. 10 a. m. Church school. 11, Morn- Ing worship. Sermon: "The Nature and Natavity of Christ." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. Worship. "The Salt of the Earth." (Sound moving picture). Ordinance of immersion. FIRST BAPTIST — Rosewood Heights. Fahenstock drug store. Glenn L. Smith, minister. 10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Worship. 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship. 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. FIRST BAPTIST—Fosterburg. E. C. Sandin, pastor. 9:45, Sunday sch'ool. 11, Morning worship. Sermon: "Vital Verities." 7 p. m. Young people's fellowship. 8 p. m. worship. Sermon: "The Three Men." 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—4th and Bowman, East Alton. William F. Bohn, pastor. 9:45 n. m. Worship. 10:15 Sermon: "Psalm 65:13" Reception of members. 10:45 Sunda v school class session. 11:30 pastor. 9:45, Bible school. 10:45, Morning worship Sermon tonir: "God's Will For Your Life." 6:30, Senior young people. 7 p. m. Pre-service prayer meeting. 7:30, Evening Service, sermon: "Prepare to Meet Thy God." CHERRY STREET BAPTIST—6th at Cherry. W. Freeman Privett, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "Sitting Where the Other Fellow Sits." 6:30 Youth Fellowship. 7:30 The Gospel Hour. Sermon: "It's Hard to be Good." 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 Youth Groups. 7:00 Pre-service prayer meeting. 7:30 Evangelistic service. UPPER ALTON BAPTIST—College at Seminary. LaRue Jensen, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Guest at Your Door." Children's sermon: "The Bottle Family." 6:30, BYF. 7:30. Evening worship. Sermon, "God of Creation," Sound motion pictures. .!AMESON BAPTIST - 2636 Sanford. James Shields, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "The miracle of the Swimming Ax Head." 6:30 Youth Meetings. 7:30 Evening worship. Sermon: "The War in Heaven." CALVARY BAPTIST—1422 Washington. J. C. Martin, pastor. 9:30 B. m. Sunday school. 10:40, Morning worship Sermon tonic: "Patient in Tribulation." 6:30 Mass Assembly o f Training Unions. 7:30 Evening worship. Sermon: "A Sight Seeing Tour." Church of Chrirf CHURCH OF CHRIST-E. Maple, Hartford. C. Otto Schlieper, Ora Wheeler. Walter Fields and Berdell McGinn, 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— State and 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 CHRIST— Harvill St., Cottage Hills. 10 a. m. Bible study. 11 a. m. Exhortation. • 11:30, Communion and Fellowship. CHURCH OF CHRIST— 13th and Madison, Wood River. Dewey Cletcher, elder. (Meeting temporarily at Roxana community building). 10 a. m. Bible study. 11 a. m. Preaching by Bro. Goodgion. 11:45, Communion and Fellowship. 7 p. m. Preaching and Communion. Christian FIRST CHRISTIAN— 8th at Easton. R. E. Stephenson, D.D., minister. 9:30, worship and Communion. Sermon: "Christ Or . . ." by R. E. Stephenson. 10:30 Bible School. 6:30 Christian Endeavor. 7:30 Evangelistic Service and Baptismal service. Sermon: "The Devotion of Man." 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. Congregational CONGREGATIONAL— 6th end Henry. Reuben R. Trickey, minister. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Crisis." Installation of officers, Communion of the Lord's Supper. GODFREY CONGREGATIONAL, Lawrence Graves, pastor. 10 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. Worship. Sermon: "Be What You Are." Che (Solicit (Text Healing of the lame man by Peter. "And the multitudes of them that believed were of one heart and soul; and not one of them said that aught of the things which he pos- aei»ed were of his own; hut they had all thing;* common."—Acts 4:32 Do One a Day Episcopal ST. PAUL'S— 3rd at Market. William H. Brady, rector. 8 a. m. Holy Eucharist. 9:45, Family Eucharist and church school. 10:45, Sung Eucharist and sermon. 6:30 p. m. Young people's meeting. ST. GABRIEL'S CHAPEL — 980 Whitelaw, Wood River. 9 a. m. Morning prayer and church school. TRINITY CHAPEL— State at Mildred. 9 a. m. Holy Eucharist and church school. Evangelical EVANGELICAL—(Evangelical and Reformed.)—Eighth and Henry. O. W. Heggemeler, pastor. 9 a. m. Church school. 10 a. m. Service of worship. and Benediction. 6:30 Youth Fellowship. 7:30 Second in series on "Isms" and creeds. Sermon "Many Infallible Proofs." MAIN Main. STKKE1 BAPTIST—509 Arthur M. Ulrieh, pastor. Mam. nrinuK w. wit tun. |w«tui< 9:30, Church school. 10:40, Morn- Cherry Street Baptist Church Sixth and Cherry Streets W. FREEMAN PRIVETT, Pastor 9:30 CHURCH SCHOOL (Classes tor all agea) OTHER FELLOW SITS" 8:30 YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 7:30 THE GOSPEL HOUR Sermon—"IT'S HARD TO BE GOOD" Thii friendly Church Invitt* You. ^^^^••••^•^••^^^•"^^^^ii^^^^^^^M^^^^^ Evangelical Church O. W. HEGGEMEIEK, Pwler 'THE CAUSES OF OUR FAILURES" TIMK OF SERVICE 10 A. M. fAlff 1^70 On fVM Your Dial /or Chi/dren froadcoat Over Station rice Powers, pastor. 9:45, Sun day school. 10:45, Morning worship, 10:45, sermon "The Judgment." 6:30 Youth Fellowship. 7:30 Evening worship. Latter Day Saints REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS—Marie at Highland. Fred Immer, pastor. No services Sunday because of district conference In St. Louis. Lutheran TRINITY LUTHERAN—Blair and Central. Paul Juergenson and Roland H. A. Seboldt. pastors. Sunday school at 9:30. Lesson: "Peter's Draft of Fishes." Adult, Senior and Junior Bible Classes at 9:30. Divine service at 10:30 Sermon: "The Epiphany of Christ Must Go On." MESSIAH I.tJTHKKAN—Milton rd. at Oakwood. William E. Wessler, pastor. 9:15, Adult and Junior Bible class. 9:15. Snnrtnv school. Topic: "Peter's Draft of Fishes." 10:30. ' Divine service. Sermon: "Fellowship at the Lord's Table." Holy Communion. ZION LUTHERAN-Bethalto. W. G. Bruegmann, Pastor. Sunday school at 9 a. m. Divine worship at 10:15. Sermon: Christian Church." "The Holy Catholic ST. MATTHEW'S - Milton road. Rev. William Croke, pastor Masses at 6. 8:30, 10 and 11:15. Christian Science FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST-533 E. Tenth. Sun* day's lesson subject: "Life." Go), den T«xt: Luke 20:37, 38. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. «RST CHURCH OF CHRIS! SCIENTIST-217 North Ninth St.. Wood River Sunday's lasson subject: "Life," Golden Text; Luke 20:37, 38. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a, m. CONCORDIA LUTHERAN - Cottage Hills, E. J. Kolb post or. Sunday school at 9:00 a.m. Topic Peter's Draft of Fishes. Junior and Adult Bible Class at 9:00. Divine services at 10:00. Installation of church officers. Sermon topic: "Serving My Church." Bible Fellowship Hour 7:30. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN—Lorena at Fifth, Wood River. Norman L. Wolff, pastor. 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30, Divine worship. Sermon: "The Members of the Family." 7 p. m. Vespers. Subject: "Studies, Gospel of St. John." Methodist FIRST METHODIST - Sixth and Market. Paul B. Brown, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:40. Morning worship. Sermon by Dr. M. D. Ross, returned missionary from India. 6:30 Youth Fellowship, BRIGHTON METHODIST- Frank O Wilson, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Striking in texture and design! The leaf design is crocheted over a band of filet mesh, making a chair set of rich elegance. This set is crocheted' from a chart—leaves are crocheted on afterward. Pattern 863; directions. Laura Wheeler'* improved pattern makes needlework so simple with its charts, photos and concise directions. Send 20 cents in coint for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME, und ADDRESS. Here's good news! Send 15 cents more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler NondMcraft Boole —today! 104 illustrations of your 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. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIFTH AND NARJUCT STREETS 10:00 A. M. Church School 11:00 A. M. "THE NATURE AND NATIVITY OP CHRIST" <ll:ao~11;ee WOKZ, 1870) 6:30 P. M. liptiit Youth Fellowship 7:90 P. M/'THE SALT OF THE EARTH" (Saiud Moving Picture) ORDINANCE OF IMMERSION VISIVOM AM WELCOME. ReuuMIE.Tur«bull Minister Sunday school. 10:40, Morning ing worship. Sermon: "Christ Minded." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. No evening worship. GRACE METHODIST—Henry and Seventh. F. M. Hedger, pastor. 9:30. Church school 10-30, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Lord Hath Founded Zion." 2:00 p.m. Round Table study and discussion. Our Faith in Love. 7:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship. 7:30 Worship Service. Youth fellowship in charge. 8:30 Youth Fellowship. FREE METHODlS'l 1619 Main. Homer Foster, pastor 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, 10:30, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Second Commandment." 7 p. m. Youth service. 7:45, Evening service. EAST ALTON METHOIMST- Main and Church streets. L. B. Walkington, pastor. 9:30 a, m. Church irhool 10:MO, Morning worship. Sermon: "A Word to New Members." 6:30, Youth Fellowship. 7:30, Evening service, Sermon: Son—Jonah." "The First Klder New Lines 4784 SIZES i?~?o 40 This is the way it's smart to look this spring. A flattering little dress, it has nice balance of asym- metlc detail that is easy to do. Fascinating cap sleeves! Pattern 4784 comes in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. Size 16 takes 3tt yards 39-inch fabric. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 25 cent* in coinn for thin pattern-to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 248 Went 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Our new Anne^ Adams Pattern Book for Spring is ready! Send 15 "cents now and let Anne Adams show you how to sew to be well-dressed! Magic one-yard patterns, 'smart new fashions for everybody. Plus a free pattern printed right in the book—a stunning one-yard blouse! 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' "Echoes of an Old Refrain." 6:30 Westminster Fellowship in the Parish House. 7:30 Evening worship. A study in Prophecy. Subject: "The Difference That Christ Makes." TWELFTH ST. PRBJSBYTERIAN, Paul Krebs, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church ichool. 10:45, Morning worship. Annual congregational meeting. 6:45 Westmenster Fellowship, BETHALTO PRESBYTERIAN— Dr. O. Clark, minister. 9:45, Church school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Stations of the Cross," SUMMERVILLE PRESBYTERIAN —(Route 111). Eugene Fisher, student pastor. 9:45, Church BROWN STREET BAPTIST OHUROH •116 HROWN STREET 9:30—Sunday School, cUuti for all ages. 10:30-Worship Service. 1:00-Friendly Gospel Hour, WOKZ, 1570 KC 6:30—Youth Groups. 7:30— Evangelistic Service. Good Music—Bible Mossagt A. 0. ANNITTI, Pwtor Fellowship Practiced in Early Church FRIENDS OF JESUS LIVED HAPPILY TOGEtHUH, SHARING ALL THINGS. Scripture—Acts 2:42-5:42. By NEWMAN CAMPBELL In this discordant world it Is comforting to read about the apostles in the early Christian church and how they lived happily together, sharing all their worldly goods, praising God and "having favor with all the people." Our newspapers are filled with reports of quarrels—between nations; between states of the same nation; between leaders of governments; between memgers of the same churches, and between members of the same families. This fellowship of the apostles and other early Christians was a type of comunism, but It was a communion of love, freely entered into—a sharing of worldly goods with one another for love of the Risen Christ, not through any compulsion—but quite voluntarily. This happy comradeship made a very favorable Impression on people generally, and helped to make converts. All went to the temple for prayers and ate from house to now came upon the scene and told hands on them and put them in prison until the next day. Next morning they were brought before Annas, the high priest, "and many others high in. the temple," arid were asked, "By what power, or by what name, have ye done Mill?" Peter told them plainly, In a sermon of great power. What could they do? The lame man wae cured and standing before them— proof of the miracle—eo, telling Peter and John to preach Jesus Christ no more, and further threatening them, they let them BO. Now comes the note of discord Into this happy band of people. A man named Ananias and hla wife, Sapphira, had considerable property which they sold, but In* stead of turning all Into the general fund, they kept some beck, as If, however, It was all they had. Peter knew that Ananias was lying about It and accused him, and hearing this charge, Ananias fell MEMORY VERSE "And the multitudes of them that believed were of one heart und soul; and not one of them said that aught of the things which he possessed were his own; but they had all things common."—Acts 4:32. house, with "gladness and singleness of heart." Discord was to come later, but at first the fellowship was perfect. The first miracle by apostles Is recorded in the Scripture read- Ing assigned to our lesson. Peter and John went together to the temple at the hour of prayer. A crippled man had been carried there to beg for alms—his only mode of getting the wherewithal to live, we may suppose. When he saw Peter and John, he held out his hand for money, but Peter, looking down on him, said, "Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have I give to thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk." Taking Peter's offered hand, the man did indeed rise, walk; nay, he went into the temple leaping and praising God. People who had known this man from childhood were amazed at such a miracle, and crowded about the three. Seeing their astonishment, Peter explained it was not through their own power—that of himself and John—that the miracle was performed, but through Jesus Christ, "whom ye delivered up, and denied Him In the presence of Pilate, when he was determined to let Him go." Then Peter called upon them to repent and be converted, "that your sins may be blotted out." The same men who had opposed Jesus and brought about His death, over dead, and his body was carried away. About three hours later Sapphira came in and Peter told her of her husband's death, and why he.had been smitten, and she too died. Thus three names have come down to us as synonymous with liars. Peter, continuing his bold preaching In Jerusalem, throng! of people came to hear him Mid to bring their sick for the apostles to heal. The rulers of the temple, the high priest and the Sadducees were "filled with indignation." They took the apostles and put them in prison. But the Lord released them, and when morning came they were gone, and were found teaching in the temple. The captains and officers feared to do them violence, because of the peo» pie, so they were brought before the council and the high priest asked them "Did not we straitly command you that ye should not teach.in this Name?" Peter and the others answered simply: "We ou.ght to obey God rather than men." This time they were beaten before being released, being again warned that they must not preach again. "And they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for His Name. And daily in the temple, and In every house, they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christ." Based on copyrighted ouUlnei produced by The International Council of Rellgiou* Education and uted by pet-minion. Distributed by King Feature* Syndicate. Macoupin Mutual Insurance Elects CARLINVILLE, Jan. 14 (Special)—Directors and officers were named at the annual meeting of the Macoupin County Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Tuesday, at the Evangelical hall. N. F. Camp, Staunton, treasurer of the organization for many years, resigned and his place was filled by H. H. Suhling, Dorchester. A. D. Anderson, Atwater, was elected president to succeed Rob* ert Whiteley, Carlinville. Other officers elected include Ralph Cutler, vice president; G. L. Dorsey, secretary, and H. C. Rhoads, assistant secretary. Directors elected are Norman Rosentreter, Henry Point; A. J. Klerle, Bunker Hill; Ralph Cutler, Nilwood; H. H. Suhling, Dorchester, and Charles L. Anderson, Cahokia. Service Company Elect* CARLINVILLE—Ralph Turner, school. 10:45, Morning worship. Sermon: "The Great Decision." ELM STREET PKKSBYTKKIAN- Elm at Gerson. Marshall Rice, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45 Divine worship, including Seminary Sunday observances. 6 p. m. Potluck supper and fellowship meeting. COLLEGE AV HRESBYTER1AN, College at Clawson. Francis Henderson, pastor. 9:30. Church school. 10:40, Morninp worshin. Sermon: "Apples of Gold." 12:00 Noon. Youth Board. 6:30 p.m. Westminster Fellowship. Bible Presbyterian BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN - 517 Market. Albert F. Moglnot jr., pastor. 9:30 a. m. Bible school. Open Forum Bible class for young people. 10:40, Morning worship. Sermon: "Magnifying Christ by Life or by Death." 7:30 Evening praise service. Sermon: "God Who Guides and Guards," Payson, has been elected manager of the Macoupin Service Co., a subsidiary of the Macoupin Farm Bureau. He will succeed L. V. Hauler, who recently purchased the Allis-Chalmers agency in Jerseyville. The Macoupin Service Co. will occupy the room on North Broad street recently vacated by Dr. H. G. Zilm. Parent* of Daughter CARLINVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. iVayne Bates are parents of • daughter, Sandra Sue, their second child, born Thursday at Macoupin Hospital. Mrs. Bates is the former Miss Lillian Schrader, Bridgeport, and at the time of her marriage was home adviser of Jersey County. W. H. White Rite* Monday Funeral services for William H. White, 71, of 2336 Brown, who died Thursday night, will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p. m. in Tirst Baptist Church, Blue Mound, II. The body is at Gent funeral home where friends may call intil Sunday mo|nlng when it will )e taken to Blue Mound. Egypt to Get Japanese Cloth CAIRO—C*)—The reliable news- lapcr "Al Zaman" reports Egypt s considering a SO percent cut n duties on cheap Japanese tex- iles to lower the cost of living. _ocal cloth Is made of expensive ong staple Egyptian cotton. "WATOHTOWER" STUDIES SUNDAY, JAN. 15th, 7 P. M. "Our Greatest and Enduring Quality" School in Theocratic Ministry Every Thunday 1 P. M. All Welcome. KINGDOM 81* State St. HALL Und flew) CHURCH OP CHRIST — -• .FEAR GOD AND KEEP HIS COMMANDMENTS IS THE FULL DUTY OF MAN. Ecclesiaites 11:11 Did you know that only a member of the body of Christ can fulfill this Scripture? Investigate the faithful Church of Christ—Through it is your only hope of Eternal Life. TELEPHONES or a-eave Christian Science Services First Church of Christ Scientist 533 East Tenth Street-Public Wtlcom* Sunday Sarvico 11 A. M. Wednesday Evening Testimony Mooting, I». M, Sunday School 9; JO AM. (FeTfu.* under 10 ytjn,! 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