The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 31, 1948 · Page 8
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January 31, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., SATUKDAY. J A N U A R Y Si, 1948 Attend Church Sponsors of Ihe Church Page Dean's Garage Hudson-- Packard, DEAN HILL Bible Curiosities The ending of,thfc Lord.'s Prayer, "For thine is the kingdom, - and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen," does not appear m thc oldest manuscripts of the Bible. Edwards Jewelry Co. Elgin Watches We Give Eagle Stamps Goto Church This Sunday Pool Pontioc Soles ·«--·-- Pontiac Sales and Service USED CARS WANTED E. Poplar and Mill, .... .. ... - Phone 702 The Harrisburg National Bank Zola Young Sloan Insurance -- Public Stenographer 12% E. Locust SL Ford Brick Tile Co. PHONE S7 B. P. O. Elks Harrisburg Lodge No. 1058 LEADER DEPARTMENT STORE Outfitters for the Entire Family HuTisbnrg, Dl Send Tour Cleaning TO THOMAS 1 First National Bank Dorris Heights Methodist W. E. Shafer, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; Warren Evans, superintendent. Morning worship 10:45. Youth Fellowship 6:15 p. m. Evening worship 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. Dorrisvillc Church of God 722 Charleston St. Rev. Alvah Crim, minister Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.: Kestner"Wallace, superintendent. Morning worship at 10:45. Young people's meting at 6 p m. Children's meeting at 6:15 p. m. Evangelistic service at 7 p. m. Bible study Wednesday at 7 p. 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 sen-ice 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday / p. m. Everyone is invited to these services. Pierson Saline Ridge Baptist Rev. Tommy Cook, Pastor Saturday services at 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning sen-ice at 11. Evening service at 7. Come and bring a friend with you. First Christian South Webster Street E. M. Oakes, minister Bible school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30. Evening worship 7: You are cordially invited to these services. The Church of God Homer and Vine Streets Johnny Ganz, pastor Saturday sen-ice 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m- Morning worship 11. Evening sen.ce 7. V. L. B. Wednesday 7 p. m- The public is invited to all services. The church with the ensign (or flag) 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 8. Everyone is welcome to^ attend divine services at St. Mary's. Assembly of God 415 South Mill D. C. Moraingstar, pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer service Tuesday 7 p. m. Young people's sen-ice Thursday 7 p. m. , The public is invited to attend. Bucna Vista Methodist George D. Jenkins, pastor Church school 10 a. m.; Everett Cooper, superintendent Morning sen-ice 11. M. Y. F. 6 p. m. Evening service 7. . « - , _ , Midweek prayer service Wednesday 7 p. m. Everyone is welcome. ·Vmcrican Sunday School Union James G. Johnson, missionary Number Ten Sundav\ school at 10 a. m.: Miss Wanda Waller, superintendent. Murray Sunday school at 10 a. m.: Bernard Ping, superintendent. Chcnault Sunday school at 10 a. m.: Lemuel Pittman, superintendent, Stonefort Methodist Robert Gullcdgc, pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching first and third Sundays of each month 11 a. m. and 7 Everyone enjoys a good story-children, young people, adults -there" are no exceptions. The better the story is told, the more thrilling the action, the more appealing the characters, so much greater is the enjoyment. And if the story is true, then new lustre is added. Parents are continually looking for-stories to tell their children And wise parents look for stories that also teach everlasting truths about life, and how it can best be lived. · The stories in the Bible are the cherished stories of generations They are .told by masters in the art of story telling Their characters are interesting, their plots exciting. They are stories of real people, containing timeless truths.' You and your children will find these stories unique, wholesome and thrilling. You and your children can look forward to many happy evenings, as you discover together the eternal appeal of the Bible stories. THE _ ., spiritual ««.«.. dernocra FOR ALL «* THE CHURCH for the store- Th, iattend CoDynnht 19*7 by . . E.E.Keister,Stmsbnrt:,VirK»nj« -WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON- First Methodist N. C. Henderson, minister 9:30 a. m. Church school. E. L. sjonnan, superintendent. 10:40 Morning worship. Sermon, Wealth That Never Fails," the astor. 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship roups. 7:00 Evening worship. Sermon, Religious Quitters," the pastor. Monday at 7 p. m. the church ooard of education will meet. All vorkers in the church school are urged to attend. Wednesday at 7 p. m. thc mid- veek service. We had a splendid service last week. Friday there will be a dstrict meeting" of the board of education under the leadership of Rev. F. E. .arris, conference director. The program begins at 9:30 a. m. All eachers who possibly can should attend. We hope we can get the subscription for the Advocate all in tomorrow. Please let the pastor ;no\v about yours. Gaskins City Baptist A. II. Modglin, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; Alonzo Reinei, superintendent. Morning worship 10:35; sermon theme, "Whom Shall Ye Serve?" Training Union 6 p. m. Evening worship 7; serfnon theme, "Where is Jesus Now and What is He. Doing?" G. A. meeting Monday 7 p. in. at the home of Jane Partain. R. A. meeting Tuesday 7 p. m. at thc church. Midweek prayer service Wednesday 7 p. m. with Bro. John Mc- Ntal as leader. Brotherhood meeting at the church Friday 7 p. m. McKinley Avenue Baptist McKinley and Sloan Streets C. W. Miller, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; Kenneth Smith, general superintendent. Morning worship 10:40: sermon by the pastor. Training Union 6 p. m.: Ross Pelhank, director. Evening worship 7; sermon by the pastor. The public is cordially invited. Members of the church are urged to attend the Associational Sunday ^chool training school this week at the First Baptist church beginning at 7 p. m. daily. Church of Christ 217 South Granger Street James Brasher, minister Bible school 9:45 a. m. Worship 10:45 a. m. Worship 7 p. m. 1 Prayer service Wednesday 7 p. Jesus' Work of Salvation m. -First Presbyterian Stewart W. Radford, pastor 9:30 a." m. Sunday school. 10:45 Morning worship. The sermon subject will be. "One Way to Answer," which is one of a series of "Men Around the Master." 5:30 p. m. Junior High Westminster Fellowship. 6:00 Youth Vespers, to be followed by the Senior High Westminster Fellowship. 7:00 Evening worship. The The International Sunday School I who asked him early in the war Sunday school 9:30 a. I he international » u "« h pcople had been killed Melton, superintendent juesson lor reu. A ··« . - * _ _ _ _ _ -c-_.ri_-,.i -nrv.«n ,» :_- ...«..~i,: n 11 General Baptist Arthur Austin, pastor Preaching tonight 7; monthly- business meeting following. Sundav school 9:30 a. m.; Charles Scriptu-e: Isaiah 53:4-6; Matthew 1:21; 5:17; 20:26-28; Hebrews 4:15-16 Bv WILLIAM E. GILROY. D. D. 15 in air raids over England. When Dr. Peel replied, "About forty-five thousand." the man's comment was, "Not a large proportion.'' ' A jSftSn wS.T ottV« M id Not a large proportion! ButJesus "bout Jesus both in the prophe-jvas concerned about the loss ol cieT'coSningthe Messiah/be one. The world wi 1 neveir be.safe fore . . His comn" and in inter- 'for the many until we learn the of The° meaning of His| Jesus. way of ^concern, for Morning worship 11. Evening worship 7. Choir practice Tuesday 6 p. m.; prayer meeting 7. Weekly broadcast over \VEBQ Friday 3 to 3:45 p. m. I I L C SHU uealll. out;! JLIIO ».i «*w«»..».~-- and resurrection. Jesus himself SSSSi meet at 10 a. m. Monday at church. Miles Chapel C. M. E. iTPTaTion ni me mtrcuiiu^ v*- mo i ·*^--«~ --- -- -- .. , .. t KCV. ____. 1^. KOSITlonu, |Padiui life and death, after His crucifixion | That is the essence of salvation. , Sun(Jav school 9:30 a b There will be no morning worship. Epworth League 6 p. m. Evening service 7. The public is invited to all services at Miles Chapel. ways. Th= two outstanding statements this'are that in Luke 19:10. "The Son j 1 of Man is come to The Deacons will meet at 7 p.; that which was lost " and the dec- m. Tuesdav. All those whose terms ! laration of Jesus before Pilate. are expiring as well as those who when the Roman governor aske. were elected at the Congregation- i him whether he was a king Thou · to attend sayest that I am a King. 10 mis 0 19«|cnd was I born and for Urn : «use ... Mt. Pleasant Baptist 331 East Walnut Street Rev. S. D. Woods, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 11. Program by the men of the in «_. . other ill convene auer me meai. ~»* ·» --; -;,_,» «,, The Session will meet at 7 p. m. jand in the parables that_ He Thursday. Those recently elected.He emphasized the P»»»TM o to the board are to attend this mission, and the spin meeting. The choir will also prac- h=d come, more fully to tice at 7 Thursday. church 3 p. m. Evening worship 7. with obsen'- ance of the Lord's Supper. Mary Smith circle meets Monday 1 p. m. Usher board meets Monday 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Mabel Rawlings. Cordelia Williams circle meets Tuesday 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. Mamie Brown circle meets Thursday 7:30 p. m. at thc home God to men. He.had not come. j of Mrs .- Anna y.iUcr He declared, to destroy J nc ..|f w .^ 1 i Junior choir rehearsal Friday Ihe prophets, but to fulfill in ,-] 6 p . m . : scn . 0 r rehearsal 7. sruth that Uic\ had procla.mca., ^ wc j comc j s extended to thc had nol come to be ministered ] ubl j c lo aUc nd Calvary Baptist Third and Jackson. Eldorado S. E. Anderson. Th. D.. pastor Sunday school 9:30: classes for all ages. _ ',, Ed comc lo show . n His lite anc Morning worship 10:30: sermon h t lr .._. Rrca t n css was noli on "Saving Face," or Justification. . .. bit ,, cr or morc importan; i Baptist Youth Fellowship 6:15. 5U?^nSoS els?! but in sen-! Evening service with a mes- . f . p _ .., ajn amons you as one t h a t ; lianl Hughes, superintendent. ..... ..... ~ ,-...-.. for many. He, Ijtd comc to show in His life anc Church of thc Nazarene Corner Main and O'Gara Leo Darnell, minister Sunday school 9:30 a. Wil- sage on "New Life for Old." followed by a singspiration at the I CllJ*V**l£t ' V *· ·""· He had comc to be z as well as a Saviour. "1 ,,,,_,., ,,. iowca oy a Mn^pirduun u me j.- r j cn _ as well as a baviour. J J^SW pnjcr m^^chj^-^.^^^roc,^ ,, ^ gj.1*-*^ __,. Y^M pcwS M. Y. F. eachl^"^ al '- tel "» vcd b ' choir ,cS! in snd »c-rcTun. ?? f. »P » : c,,r,,ir.Y. « n m rcncarsai. , hc onc suprc ...c fact of His wor*. Sunday 6 p. m. Anyone not attending services elsewhere arc always welcome at our church. Mountain Grove Church of God Rev. Alvah Crim. pastor Thc Mountain Grove Church of God is located 13 miles south of Harrisburg on Route 34. We have services on thc first and third Saturday niuhts of the month, and n cordial welcome is extended to all. tio all. ··· . the one supreme fact of His Northern Baptists welcome you. o; ^vation. That work of salva . ,. *7Z--i. r ^ j tion- and the goodness of God in Apostolic Church of God iodine men to repentance, is thc I?! 1 *:. m ^ n .l. Ix:wis Strc f ls i theme and exposition of the bcay- Elder \\. M. demons, pastor ', |ful para blcs thai Jesus told, thc Sunday school 9:45 a. m.: Essie Arable of the Lost TM T Morning \\orship 10.45: sermon by pastor. Junior N. Y. P. S. 6 p. m. X. Y. P. S. 6:30 p. nr Evancclist'c service t p. m. p ra ycr mcctms Wednesday 7 p. m ' Ho 3i ncss j s the ihcmc and pur- c of thc Church of lhc Naza . Free Pentecost 10 East O'Gara Sam Ripperdan, pastor Saturday service 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 11. Young people's meeting 6 p. m. Evening worship 7. Praycr meeting Thursday 7 p. Watch for the free bus. Come to Sunday school. We welcome the public. Our Redeemer Lutheran 208 South Main Street Arnold Wagner, pastor Divine worship. 9 a. m. Tune in thc Lutheran Hour every Sunday over KWK 11:30 a. m.. WEBQ 2 p. m.. or KFUO 3 p. m. Each Saturday at 1:00 p m. the ! Lutheran church of Harrisburg presents "Victorious Living" over WEBQ. The pastor will speak on the topic: "Christianity Untangled." rcn c. We that without holiness no man shall sec thc Lord and neither will any mar. want lo w *... VVi7 ...... v v . v , .._, * ....... -,-,.-._--4 i i « i i / v -*» M.*- *-wv- - - ^*rt i 3T1Q I i v i l I I v J " i l l c J - J v j _ j d _ . w d . i t tw M. Claybrook. superintendent. |vcr, thc Parable of the *«-«;?; SC c thc I^rd without holiness. Any Morning worship 11:30. -Son, ar.d. above all, the iarao.. ^^ __..._. $in and any __...__ can " . Morning worship 11:30. Evening worship 7:30. , -Son, ar.d. above all, o f thc Lost Sheep __..._. $in and any __...__ but" no man needs to sin. . o c . ,,_.,-_;-_,,.,. sin, but no man n Praycr mccting Wednesday :30 One of 'he sublime ^ncnccs ^ of _... __ p. m. Our p^ior will be present 'of my life was as z student \. ncn m. Our p^ior will be present 'of my life was as z student \. ncn that \c,inncTh, it shall die." A hearty welcome is extended l heard Ira D. Sankcy sinji -he, ,. g6{nv {or fc Dorrisville Social Brethren Rev. Clifford Potter, pastor Sunday school 9.30 a. m. Morning worship 10:40. Evening worship 7. Young people's pravcr sen-ice Tuesday 7 p. m. Praycr sen-ice for all Wednesday 7 p. m. We welcome you to each scn-- ice. Nick Will Save You from freczinjr fast like cake of ice outside inside here 72 all the time. NICK'S ·The Talk of the Town" bcautiful hymn. "There \\crc Ninety and Nine." which he h a d , improvised cars before during his association "with thc great cvan- gt-list. D. L. Moody. Moody Apostolic Tabernacle 1250 South Granger Street i* lie) ri I Mftfi.lV MOOUV «Jji **· **· wUnlHIiI;. pastor , -_,... ........ ..... ............. n v i o i i ihcn in one of his last campaigns. Thc revival will begin Sunday service on Saturday nights at 7. IT. Tftronio and the singer, then . 7 p. m. and continue each evening Thc public is urged to attend Sn and blind had come for a day. 'at that lime for two weeks. Evange- all these sen-ices. His voice was clear and beautiful list Wayne Rooks. "The Sunshine' -despite his vcars as he sat down i Boy" from Florida, will speak at at a small organ and sang. "But. the service each night. You will at a sma organ an . . one was out on thc hills away, far- , enjoy the preaching of this young ' o f f from lhc gates of gold." That man. Be sure to come. · v.aj. the Ivosi Sheep and the quest Sunday school 9.45 a. m. of 'the Good Shepherd. .Corning worship 11. I How different are the concep- Radio broadcast Wednesday 3 'tion and way of thc world'. 1 once « 0 3:45 p. m. over WEBQ. Tune heard my ffier.d. Dr. Albert Peel. j n . Call any announcements or icf London. England, tell of a man requests to telephone 1109W1. Equality First Presbyterian V, B. Hockcmcjvr, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; T. Y. Williams, superintendent. Worship 10:45 a. .m.: sermon theme, "Seeing Straight," The" public is invited. Additional Church Notes on Page Six Sponsors of the Church Page Bankston Fork Ernest Ammon, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching 10:45 a. m. B. T. U. 6:15 p. m. Preaching 7 p. m. Our church maintains worship (has. V. Parker Co. FURNITURE STORE "The home of Cros/cy in Harrisburg" FARM IMPLEMENTS BARHAM-GREEN TRACTOR IMPLEMENT CO. Locust Mill Streets Phone 136R "Vitality Feeds for Every Need" Feed Store 621 N. Jackson Phone 327W HEATING -- VENTILATING AIR CONDITIONING KEITH BUILDERS SUPPLY Corner Lot-nit Mill Streets Phone 156K "THEY ALL SAY" MILLIARD'S CAFE HOME COOKED MEALS City Style for Country Folks Country Style for City Folks Corner Jackson Locust CLOSED ON SUNDAY Harrisburg Printers (Formerly Hooker Printing Co.) LEGAL BLANKS, YEAR BOOKS, PROGRAMS GENERAL COMMERCIAL PRINTING W. L. ARMJSTEAD, Prop. 22 South Vine Street Phone 11SOW A Union Shop PANKEY BROS, Baked Fine Since 1909 Borter-Keltner EAGLES AERIE NO. 2406 HARRISBURG, ILL. W. A. Grant Jewelry Co. Your Sunday Best Keep your clothes sparkling to look best every day. BROWNIE CALL 25 'SFAFLRI

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