The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 10, 1948 · Page 6
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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PAGE SIX THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBUKG, ILL., SATURDAY. JANUARY 10. 1048 Attend Sunday F.K I, ! a Sponsors of the Church Page Dean's Garage Hudson--Packard Sales--Service DEAN HILL Bible Curiosities The ending of the Lord's Prayer, "For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen," does not appear in the oldest manuscripts of the Bible. 'Jfl ··a Edwards Jewelry Co. Elgin Watches We Give Eagle Stamps -.18 Go to Your Church This Sunday fr Pool Pontiac Soles Pontiac Sales and Service USED CARS WANTED E. Poplar and Mill Phone 702 The Harrisburg National Bank Zola Young Sloan Insurance -- Public Stenographer I2y y E. Locust St. Ford Brick Tile Co. PHONE 97 B. P. O. Elks Harrisburg Lodge No. 1058 LEADER DEPARTMENT STORE Outfitters for the Entire Family Hirrisborg, HL Send Your Cleaning TO THOMAS' First Presbyterian Stewart W. Kadford, pastor 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45 Morning worship. Sermon subject. -- "Universal Christian Tiaming." 5:15 p. in. Junior High School Westniiiustei Fellowship. 0:00 Youth Vespers, to be followed by Senior High Westminister Fellowship. 7:00 Evening worship. Sermon subject, "A Saviour." Wednesday at 7 p. m. midweek service. Since the annual con- pi egational meeting had to be changed to next Wednesday the midweek service will be held as usual. This gives another week 10 secretaries of all organizations in which to prepare their reports and get them to the church office. Thursday at 7 p. m. choir practice. Boxes Cor the Philippine War Relief bundles are in the vestibules. Materials will be sent off this week.- If you have neglected to do so. make your contribution today or tomorrow. First Baptist K. \\. Wallis, pastor 9:30 a. m. Bible school; F. G. Burnett, superintendent. 10:50 Morning worship. Sermon subject. "The Lost Opportunity." Scripture. Acts 24:24-27. "6 p. m. Brotherhood; H. C. Kenshaw, president. 6 p. m. Training "unions; Chas. L. Mitchell, director. 7 Evening worship. Sermon subject, "Jesus, the Soul Winner." Scripture. Luke 19:1-10. Special music will be furnished at each worship service by the choir. Wednesday 2 p. m. W. M. S. Royal Service program. Wednesday 7:45 p. m. Scripture study. Acts "3:19-26, conducted by the pastor using the subject, "Seasons of Refreshing." \$L\ A IAT)TIK N First Methodist C. Henderson, minister 9:30 a. m. Church School; E. L. Perhaps you've n e v e r . thought of it quite this way. But life is like a ladder. Each careful step takes us higher and higher. And every serious mistake means a fall. We help our children up those first few rungs. We steady the ladder, we help them to gain a firm footing, we show them how to climb higher. But, then, the day comes when our youngsters are on their own. Mother and Dad can only watch and hope. They cannot guide each step - . * nor can they prevent a fall. Wise parents equip their children with a religious faith that can go with them up life's ladder. Then, when Mother and Dad can ho should they falter--as most of us do --they will have within them the power to take a firm hold, and go on, higher and higher. The Church teaches all men to climbl It prepares our children to climb alone! Norman, superintendent. , 10:40 Morning worship. Sermon ,,:J~ +V.oiV frvnf?tpnc; f^ev by Rev. Howard w. Sweeten. longer guide their lootsieps, u.e/ " Song service in charge of Joseph j w ^| know the way alone. Ana L. Grouse. 6 p. m. Youth Groups. 7:00 Evening service. Evangelistic message. Dr. Sweeten. Our revival begins with today's services. The services will begin at 7 o'clock each evening. There will be a stirring song service and a soul stirring message in each service. We are asking the Christian part of our congregation to pray for the meeting, and to back up your prayers with your presence and help in every way possible. Tell your friends about the meeting and invite them to come The officers of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will have an installation service during the morning worship service today. McKinlcy Avenue Baptist McKinley and Sloan Streets C. W. Miller, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; Kenneth Smith, superintendent. Morning worship 10:40; sermon by Missionary George B. Leathers. "Training Union 6 p. m.; Ross Pclhank. director. Evangelistic service 7; sermon by Missionary Leathers. Service from Tuesday to Friday 9:30 a. m. daily. Rev. Leathers preaching. Revival services will continue through next week 7 p. m. daily v\ith Rev. Leathers bringing the messages. Maynard Cannon, choir director, is the song leader. Everyone is invited to attend these revival sen-ices and enjoy the blessings which the Lord is so graciously bestowing. ·\poslolic Church of God Lewis and Elm Streets Elder W. I. demons, pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m.; Essie M. Claybrook. superintendent. Morning worship 11:30. Evening worship 7:30. prayer meeting each \Vedncs- dav 7:30 p. m. Prayer and Bible study each Friday 7:30. p. m. Our friends are always welcome. The Church of God Homer and Vine Streets Johnny Ganz, pastor Saturday service 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11. ' Evening service 7. V. L. B. Wednesday 7 p. m. The public is invited to all services. The church with the ensign (or fiag) which Is a fulfillment of prophecy. Psalm 20:5. Mt. Calvary General Baptist Gaskins City Vernon Buchanan, pastor Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; V.'iley Fulkerson, superintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7 p. m. Preaching service on the second and fourth Saturday nights, Sunday morning and Sunday night. Everyone is invited. St. Mary's Church Rev. G. P. Lally. pastor Sunday Masses at 8:00 a. m., and 10:00 a. m. Week-day Masses at 7:30 a. m. Confessions will be heard on Saturdays from 4 to 5 and from 7 to 0 ' Everyone is welcome to attend divine services at St. Mary's. Buena Vista Methodist · George D. Jenkins, pastor Church school 10 a. m.; Everett Cooper, superintendent. Morning service 11. M. Y. F. 6 p. m. Evening service 7. Midweek prayer service Wednesday 7 p. m. Everyone is welcome. American Sunday School Union James G. Johnson, missionary Number Ten Sunday school at 10 a. m.: Miss Wanda Waller, superintendent. Murray Sunday school at 10 a. .11.; Bernard Ping, superintendent. Chenault Sunday school at 10 a. m.: Lemuel Pittman, superintendent. Stonefort Methodist Robert Gulledge, pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching first and third Sundays of each month 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Midweek prayer meeting each Thursday 7 p. m. Young people's M. Y. F. each Sunday 6 p. m; Anyone not attending services elsewhere are always welcome at our church. · . CopyrsK'nt 1945 by E. E. KeUter. Stnubure. Virginia -WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON- What We Know About God Mountain Grove 'Church of God Rev. Alvah Crim, pastor The Mountain Grove Church of God is located 13 miles south of Harrisburg on Route 34. We have services 9n the first and third Saturday nights of the month, and 'a cordial welcome is extended to all. Lesson for Jan. 11 Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; J. E.,^»iptu.« is-iah 40:28-31: Rose, superintendent. Morning worship and sermon . Dr. Noel M. Taylor, Carbondale ,Thc International Sunday School was made flesh and dwelt among us vand we beheld His glorv, the Dorris Heights ·Methodist W. E.- Shafer, pastor mday school 9:30 a. m.; War;, superintendent. Morning -worship ·*-···' Lesson lor Jan. JLI , us vanu «t uvuciu n« ,,·"',,·, «~ Evans superintendent r ;Sc-:ipUm: isr.iah 40:28-31: John I p l o r y a s o f the only__ bego« en °jj Morning'-worship 10:45. ""l 14:8-14 tl«o Faither). lull oi *TM^ . , Youth Fellowship 6:15 p. m. '.Bv WILLIAM E. GILROY. D. D.' TMth ' (John 1 14). Jo know the E . Worsh5 7 £ i "The poet Tenm.on wrote, m '7?* Cl " ISl 1S l ° knOXV lhC G ° Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. Id "In Mcmonam": " ', . 'm. . , -\\e have but faith: we cannot is oC things we 10:40. All of our people should hear Dr. Taylor's message. Training Union 6 p. m.^ Miss ..Joy Randolph, director. ! " Evangelistic service and sermon -'.\ na J 0 t w e trust it comes from by pastor 7 p. m. The Muddy Baptist choir and their director will have charge of our devotional service, and the pastor of , . r e a i o n s i p s o ai » . . · «,,_.!-,, Muddy Baptist church will admin- knowledge, except, to point out Mary Smith circle mec^s Monday ister the ordinance of baptism/ |tj ial tii c *~xno\vledge 01 God that is|l P- m. " · _ Tuesdav. voung people's pray- bum of foith becomes, through ex- j Usher board meets'Monday ..- , M _ _. i ~ ,1 ,i ~,,.,i «^^.^,«i... . r m at lnf» homo ol JOnn Jr see: thce: "A beam' in darkness: let it gro%v." charge. Mt. Pleasant - Baptist 331 East Walnut. Street Rev. S. D. Woods", pastor Sundav school -9:30 a. .m. Morning worship 11; youth in shall r.ot presume to discuss relationships of faith and Evening worship 7, w » tn a P ro " gram. er meeting 7 p. m. Wednesday, boys' and girls' prayer meeting 6 p. m.; regular church prayer meeting, which all members should attend, including young people, boys and girls 7 p. Tonight at 7 o'clock is our regular church business meeting. AH members should be present. \V"e extend a special invitation to all who do not have a church home to come and worship with m. I penencc. a deep and real .-\nd our experience of bled to the experience of saints and prophfib. These men were seers in a very real sense, men ol keenness oi mind and purity 01 «*.rt. who.-c clearness of vision m. IIII UU^H UA~ 1 wjiix.* w*««. %· ····*.----^ -- . X»*«J ual certamtv. · P m. at the home of John Patton. p m if God is re- Cordelia Williams'circle meets We Tuesday 7 p. m. at tfie home of Mrs. Nellie Adams. * Prayer meeting Wednesday i m.. · Mamie Brown circle meets Tnurs- I U J t - I V . » » l l V i ' V \. I V « » l H - r - O V I » 1 . 3 * V » « . · · * * · ! · · ·«. » * · · · · * · " - made them .-is competent to ox- day 7:30 p. m. at the home ot piore the im^ery oi me world and. Mrs. Helen Williams. ric, and uml God. as men ot sci-j Junior choir rehearsal _Fnday Mice have l cen to explore the us. Calvary Baptist Third Jackson Sts., Eldorado S. E. Anderson, pastor j (Northern Baptist) | Bible school 9:30: classes forl all ages. It is to the Hebrew saints and piophets. the precursors bot!i historically and spiritually of me, luimt." who said. "He that hath j j c c n Me n.itli seen the Father.' 6 p. m.: senior rehearsal 7.. . A welcome is extended the public to attend all sen-ices. Church of Christ 217 South Granger Street James C. Brasher, minister vvvm.^1^ j.i . in.-.. -- ......... -- .i s-thi's. the p^wer to create, ami | g preach- m Apostolic Tabernacle 1250 South Granger Street J. L. Dunning, pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 1" Evangelistic service Wednesday. Bible s--,, . , ; , « · » , -,,,, ,,,-ru..- -noinr -AK^n:^ -- ~-|g£H2aSnE :t "~^, ^ " - - · · · - ' «-is,?-*. imggsEs. .JSfesssrE-. EMer W. W. Wright, paMor m the image and likeness of God direction of Bro. Melton. Sunday school 10 a. m,; Mac, 1 think, in all the history, o»' Evening worship *. Brown; superintendent. PrcSching 11. Y. P. W. W. 6:30 p. m : Theodore Brown, president. Evangelistic sen ice 7:30 Pravcr and Bible band Tuesdav 7:30 p. m. Healing service Friday 7 30 p Oxir rccular broadcast is on Wednesday at 3 p. m. over station WKBQ. The public is invited to all our scr\ ices. First Christian South Webster Street K. y\. Oakcs. minister Bible school 0:30 a. m. Morning worship J0:30. FA cuing worship 7. You arc cordially invited to these services. , . r-uman Istc is the most dar-l Choir practice ^Tuesday 6 p. m.. i:,- thins :r..r, man has ever done, prayer meeting «. - m. Everyone is invited. Spring Not Yet !:«;; mins ;na, man n«i «-»vi w u n v , i"-v~- ·----··=· -- · wc-nn linkms man God. and seeing) Weekly broadcast over \\EBQ Go;i through what they saw in|Friday from 3 to o:4o. icmM?hcs And it is notable that 1orr ; s , illr Socia] Brcthrcn ^^.Kc^io uL'nd 1!S I «TM TM««l TMT r - pastor lex! --mnknu His Fatherhood ,iuh their ov»n i.V,heihood. and ^^ ti.u-hinu 'hem lo know the greater roodnrss of God through v.hat w.: % First Notional Bank Warm like May and snow knee deep maybe any time. P,e warm keeping ftll good stuff all the time. NICK'S The Talk of. the TowiT roonrss o o ou .. .s ,,· - j od in tnomvehc*. "What man TucMi.iv t p. m. ' Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Mornina worship 10:40. Evoninr: worship 7. Yo'«n;i people's praver service 01 voi:. who if ni^ son ak ' bread. v\ill lit- give him a slono'' Or ii ho «-i^ .1 fish, will he give him ,n orpen1? If vo ihcn. bcma oil, know how to r,ivc good sifts linto *ur (h/tdi (.-!). how i.iuch KIOTO Vhall vour i'.'.iher w h u h . . «;nico for ;,11 Wedncs- Sponsors of the Church Page Dorrisville Church of -God 722 Charleston St. Rev. Alvah Crim, minister Sunday 9:30 a. m.: Kestner Wallace, superintendent. Morning worship at 10:45. Young people's meting at 6 p. Children's meeting at 6:15 p. m. Evangelistic service at 7 p. m. Bible study Wednesday at 7 m. Weekly broadcast over WEBQ Thursday from 3 to 3:45 p. m. Equality -Social Brethren Rev. Carl Huston, Pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:45. Evening service 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. Everyone is invited lo these services. Picrson Saline Ridge Baptist Rev. Tommy Cook. Pastor Saturday services at 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service -at -11. Evening service at 7. Come and bring a friend with you. Our Redeemer Lutheran 208 South Main Street Arnold Wagner, pastor Divine worship. 9 a. m. Tune in the Lutheran Hour every Sundav over KWK 11:30 a. m", WEBQ" 2 p. m.. or KFUO 3 Each Saturday at 1:30 p. m. the Lutheran church of Harrisburg presents "Victorious Living" over WEBQ. The pastor will speak on the topic: "What Good arc the Ten Commandments?" ,111 1«Mvo:i ^ivt- 500.1 inmo ;o Ihe.i. · lh:,1 .«A h i m ' " , I: T - l - fi:1 'V- n j- · Arc!. ;i- man has found God Kvnins worship t. . ithioiuh all that is* cood in him-, Our church has worship services i-oK. so the supreme revel;,:ion of Saturday i p. m. j(.od li.-«N COIIH- ilu-oiuli Jhe One,' » j j - - · ^. . (Miprcmelv 1,00,1 m Uie life io.-it lie' Addilional Church iiivrd hoc on o.irth. "The Word 1 NolCs on Page Three Free Pentecost 10 East O'Gara Sam Rippcrdan, pastor SaJurday service 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.: Sister Doolcy, superintendent. Morning worship 11. Young people's meeting 6 p. m. Evening worship 7. |V t p m , Watch for the free bus. Come We welcome vou to each senicc. I J « Sunday school. We welcome .: the public. Bankston Fork } Krnest Ammon. pastor j Surdav school SVSfl a. m. Morning worship )045. 3 Gaskins City - Baptist A. IT. Modglin, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m.: Alonzo Reiner, superintendent. Worship soryice 10:35 a. m. Training Union 6 p. m. Evening worship 7. G. A.'s meet Monday 7 p. m. R, A.'s meet Tuesday 7 p. m. P.rothcrhood meets Friday 7 p. ! m. at. the church. Chas. V. Parker Co. FURNITURE STORE "The home of Cros/ey in Harrisburg" BREVITY OF MAN'S LIF^E "Man that is born of a woman is 'of few days, and full of trouble. He cometh forth like a flower, and is cut down: he fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not . . . For there is hope of a tree, it it be cut down, that it will sprout again, and that the tender branch thereof will not cease . . . But man dieth, and wasteth away: yea, man giveth up the ghost, and where is he? If a man dies, shall he live .again? All the days of my appointed time will I wait, till my change come." (Chapter 14 of the Book of Job.) "Vitality Feeds for Every Need" Dixon Feed Store 621 North Jackson Phone 119W Hear the Voices in Song World Wide Devotional Shedding Brightness Over Many Lands; All 'People Enlivened by Their Religions. » "THEY ALL SAT" MILLIARD'S CAFE HOME COOKED MEALS City Style for Country Folks Country Style for City Folks Corner Jackson Locos* CLOSED ON SUNDAY Harrisburg Printers (Formerly Hooker Printing Co.) LEGAL BLANKS, YEAR BOOKS, PROGRAMS GENERAL COMMERCIAL PRINTING W. L. ARMISTEAD, Prop. 22 South Vine Street Phone 1180W A Union Shop PAN KEY BROS. Baked Fine Since 1909 Borter-Keltner Drugs EAGLES AERIE NO. 2406 HARRISBURG, ILL. W. A. Grant Jewelry Co. Your Sunday Best « Keep your clothes sparkling to look your best every day. BROWNIE CALL 25

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