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   Blue Island Sun-Standard (Newspaper) - March 7, 1963, Blue Island, Illinois                                Thursday, March 7, 1963 THE SUN-STANDARD Churches STS. PETER 4 PAUL Evangelical Lutheran (The Little Church On The Hill) 13153 Greenwood Ave. Rev. Edward P. Salint, Pastor Friday, March 8: p.m. Confirmands meet at parsonage for instruction. Sunday, March 10: a.m. Sunday School. a.m. Worship Service. Tuesday, March 12: p.m. Church Council. Wednesday, March 13: p.m. Vespers Service. Thursday, March 14: p.m. Luther Leaguers will meet at Church parlor for trip to Elmhurst College for Choir Concert. p.m. "Mad Hatter's" So- cial given by the Ladies Altar Guild. Donation is ATWOOD HEIGHTS EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH 118th and Springfield E. E. Schaefer. Pastor Sunday, March 10, 1963: a.m. Divine Worship, sermon "Invitation in the Market Place." a.m. Sunday School classes. a.m. Divine Worship with sermon. p.m. Visitation by Youth Fellowship. Wednesday: a.m. Lenten Devotions and Breakfast, sponsored by Youth Fellowship. p.m. Boys and Girls Fel- lowship. Thursday: p.m. Junior Hi and Sen- ior Youth Fellowship roller skat- ing. p.m. Teen Choir prac- tice. p.m. Adult Choir re- hearsal. ST. BENEDICT ALTAR AND ROSARY SOCIETY CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE DINNER Saturday, March 16, 1963 Old Main High School Maple Ave. High St. 5 p.m. till Adults Children Under 12 SAINT PHILIP LUTHERAN CHURCH 2500 W. 121st St. FUlton 5-3284 FUlton 5-2434 Charles P. Kern, Pattor Thursday, March 7: p.m. Angelus Choir. p.m. Senior Choir. Friday, March 8: p.m. L.C.W. Executive Committee meeting. Saturday, March 9: a.m. Junior Confirma- tion. a.m. Senior Confirma- tion. Sunday, March 10: a.m. The Service. a.m. The Fellow- ship Hour. a.m. The Adult Forum and Church School. a.m. The Service. Holy Eucharist. p.m. WNBQ TV Frontier of Faith Program. p.m. Adult Inquiry class. Monday, March 11: p.m. Sts. Philip and An- drew Society Tuesday, March 12: p.m. All Parish commit- tees dinner. George McDonald, Synodical representative, guest and speaker. Wednesday, March 13: p.m. L.C.W. short meeting. p.m. Lenten Vespers. EVANGELICAL COMMUNITY CHURCH (United Church of Christ) 2237 W. 120th St. Frank A. Kostyu, Pastor Thursday, March 7: p.m. Women's Guild dessert luncheon. Program "Prayer." p.m. Youth Choir. p.m. Senior Choir. Board of Christian Education. Friday, March 8: p.m. Parents of Confir- mation Class. Saturday, March 9: a.m. Confirmation In- structions. p.m. Sr. Hi. Y.F. meet at church for swim party at West Pullman. Sunday, March 10: a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon: "James." a.m. Church School and Adult Study. a.m. Morning Worship. Monday, March 11: p.m. Brownies. Cherub Choir. p.m. Consistorymen's dinner and workshop at Faith United Church, 92nd Justine. Call office for reservations. Tuesday, March 12: p.m. Junior Choir. p.m. Supts. and Officers of Church School meet. Wednesday, March 13: p.m. Lenten Service. Third in a series of sermons: "When He Was Income Tax Service (INDIVIDUAL) EGBERT INSURANCE AGENCY FUlton 5-1238 12452 WESTERN AVE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 12654 Maple Avenue Blue Island, Illinois Christian Science Church Sunday: a.m. Sunday School. a.m. Church Service. (Nursery Available) A Bible lesson on the subject "Man" will be read this Sunday. Scriptural selections will in- clude these verses from Psalms (90: "Lord, thou has been our dwelling place in all gener- ations Let thy work appear unto thy servants, and thy glory unto their children." Correlative readings will em- phasize the Christian Science teaching that man's real iden- tity is not material, but found in God as His spiritual image and likeness what St. Paul referred to as "the new man" (Eph. Included will be this passage from "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy (p. "The admission to one's self that man is God's own like- ness sets man free to master the infinite idea." Wednesday: 8 p.m. Testimonial Meeting. SALEM EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH The Church of the Lutheran Hour Corner Maple Ave. and High St. FUlton 5-1086 Clifford C. Streck, Pastor Thursday, March 7: p.m. Intermediate choir. p.m. Senior choir. Saturday, March 9: a.m. Junior choir. a.m. Confirmation In- struction. Sunday, March 10: a.m. Divine Service. a.m. Sunday School. a.m. Divine Worship. Monday, March 11: p.m. Scout Troop No 785. p.m. Adult Instruction. Tuesday, March 12: p.m- Walther League. p.m. Dart-Ball with Or- land Park, here. Wednesday, March 13: p.m. Faculty Meeting. p.m. Lenten Service. Thursday, March 14: p.m. Ladies' Aid. FIRST EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH (The Church with a Christian Day School) Grove Ann Streets Blue Island, Illinois F. W. Lange, Senior Pastor FUlton 8-1306 G. H. Vander Schaaf, Assistant Pastor FUlton 8-0015 R. J. Freimark, Intern FUlton 8-2323 Office Phone: FU 5-4700 Sunday, March 10: and a.m. Morning Worship. a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes for all ages. Monday, March 11: p.m. Church Council meeting. p.m. Boy Scouts meet- ing. Tuesday, March 12: p.m. P.T.A. meeting. Wednesday, March 13: p.m. Mid-week Lenten Service. p.m. Bible Study Lead- ers meeting. Thursday, March, 14: a.m. Ladies Aid Sew- ing. p.m. Youth Choir Re- hearsal "It is written that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God." Many times, by teachings and example, Jesus brought forth to His disciples and followers the importance of finding faith and strength in the words of God. Once, urged by His disciples to rest from His teachings and partake of food, He reminded them of the importance of the fruits of His labour. Tempted by the devil to turn stone into bread, Jesus refused, answering that it was written man lived "not by bread alone, but by every word of God." Even in this modern world to- day, bread alone is not enough. A man may achieve fame and great wealth, only to discover something still in his search for happiness. Whatever his means, the man who lives by the words of God is richest of all. Read your BIBLE doily and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY EMIL J. BUTT, PAINT 12930 S. WESTERN AVE. FUlton 5-0242 HARMON INSURANCE AGENCY 2431 VERMONT ST. FUlton 5-2600 BLUE ISLAND LUMBER CO. HOHMANS STATIONERY 2750 YORK ST. FUlton 5-5610 13016 S. WESTERN AVE. FUlton 8-0341 A Lenten Message Prepared By Members Of The Kiwanis Club Of Blue Island WHAT MY RELIGION MEANS TO ME. By Arthur Newhouse Because I have faith in God I must trust Him at all times. I feel it necessary to seek His help and guidance daily not just in time of crisis. I desire to express my gratitude for all of the many bless- ings he showers upon us and for His constant love and care. When I do wrong, I am free to ask and receive God's for- giveness and his gift of salvation so that I can live a life that is pleasing to him and be prepared for eternal life. I believe that regular attendance at Church Services is essential and ihat if I follow the Golden Rule "Do unto others as I would have them do unto me" I will be serving God and my fellowman. Howard L. Smith, Rev. ancf Mrs. J. E. Stockdale. Departing Minister Is Given Reception Rev. James E. Stockdale con- cluded his Ministry at the Or- chard Street Christian Church last Sunday and in the evening, he and Mrs. Stockdale and their children, Mark and Jennifer, were guests at a reception in their honor. On behalf of the congrega- tion, Howard L. Smith, Chair- man of the General Church Board, presented Mr. and Mrs. Stockdale with beautiful gifts from the members. Mr. Stockdale assumes his new responsibility as Pastor of the First Christian Church of Mount Carmel, Illinois, on March 3. During the interim period and until a new Minister a- rives for the Orchard Street Church, 'Rev. William N. Weav- er, Associate Dean of the Div- inity School of the University of Chicago will serve as Pastor. The Pulpit Committee is un- der the chairmanship of Russell Miller and he will be assisted in the task of calling a new Minister by Mrs. Edward Ral- off, Bill Webb, Ernest Johnson, Mrs. S. T. Berg, Mrs. Edmund Smith and Howard L. Smith. GRACE METHODIST Maple at Prairie FU 8-9140 Rev. C. A. Chamberhn, Pastor Rev. Arlie Knipmeyer, Assoc. Mrs. Frank Judge, Secretary Robert Guenzler, Music Director Mrs. Howard Sigtenhorst, Organist Mrs. Vernon Schultz, Jr. Choir Dir. Mrs. Wayne Hanawalt, Ch. Sch. Supt. Church School A.M. Worship A.M. "The Church going family is happier family." Thursday, March 7: p m. Stewardship Cru- sade Information Meeting, Kelly Hall. p.m. Cradle Roll Moth- ers' Club in the home of Mrs. Vernon Meyer, 12621 Highland. p.m. W.S.C.S. Evening Circles as follows: Deborah cle in the home of Mrs. Vernon Schultz. 2452 Lewis; Lydia Cir- cle in the home of Mrs. Arthur Haase, 2311 Florence. Friday, March 8: a.m. W.S.C.S. Board, Fireside Room. p.m. W.S.C.S. meeting, Kelly Hall. Saturday, March 9: a.m. Confirmation class, Fireside Room. Sunday, March 10: a.m. Worship. Consecre- ation of Crusade Workers. Methodists will join other de- nominations in collecting blank- ets for Church World Service, a.m. Prayer Mary Heim Chapel. a.m. Church School. Children's Division during worship service. p.m. Jr. Hi M.Y.F., Fire- side Room. pm. Sr. M.Y.F., Fire- side Room. Monday, March 11: p.m. Boy Scouts, Fire- side Room. p.m. Stewardship Cru- sade Kickoff meeting, Kelly Hall. Tuesday, March 12. p.m. Girl Scouts, South Room. Wednesday, March 13: 2.00 p.m. Golden Age Club, Fireside Room. p.m. Junior Choir, Fire- side Room. p.m. Chancel Choir, Sanctuary. p.m. Stewardship Cru- sade Report Meeting, Kelly Hall. THE ST. PAUL CHURCH (The United Church of Christ) Gregory Street at New Street IOrville Brummer, Pastor es. FU 5-3558 Church FU 8-9775 The St. Paul Church Thursday: p.m. Junior Choir. p.m. Senior Choir. Saturday: a.m. Confirmands. p.m. Confirmands. p.m. Couples Fellow- fhip. Sunday: a.m. Church School. a.m. Divine Worship. Monday: p.m. Mary Martha Guild. Tuesday: p.m. Dart Ball in Annex. Wednesday: a.m. Women's Guild Bandages. p.m. Women's Guild Luncheon. p.m. Women's Guild Meeting. p.m. Lenten Service. Thursday: a.m. Willing Workers. Mary Martha Guild is Annual Family Night pot-luck supper with committee furnishing des- sert. Hostesses are Nancy Feh- ser, Chmn., Irene Woods, Donna Gordon, Gert Mager, Eleanor Atherton, and Irene Brievogel. Women's Guild Luncheon has Alma Andersen and Laura Klin as hostesses. The meeting will include "Lenten Quiet Hour' Jed by Thera Mosel. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 12815 Gregory St., Blue Island, III. Telephone: FUlton 5-5616 Carl H. Roberts, Pastor Sunday, March 10: a.m. Sunday School. a.m. Worship Service. p.m. Choir practice. p.m. Young P e o p 1 e' i Service. p.m. Old-F a s h i o n e d Service. The Harmonette Trio from Olivet Nazarene College will be presenting the music in both -the morning and evening serv ices. Friday, March 8: p.m. Dr. T. Harold Jones, missionary-doctor. Saturday, March 9: p.m. "The Tony Fontane Story" m color film. Pay all your bills with :MONEY "...from us! Just tell us how much you need. Phone now for prompt courteous service! AMILY MISSION COVENANT CHURCH "Serving God in Blue Island Since 18S4" 2501 St. Walter W. Johnson, Pastor 2457 W. Collins St. FUlton 8-1111 This afternoon (Thursday) the annual Missionary Conference will begin with the C.W.A. meet- ing at 1 p.m. The guest speaker will be Miss Le Ola Johnson, Missionary to the Congo. She will speak on the Literature Mis- sion to the Congolese. All ladies are invited. The hostesses are Mrs. Norma Dell Koehler, and Mrs. Bessie Weyant. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Alvar Lind- berg. The Junior Choir will re- hearse at p.m. The second in the series of Lenten Bible studies and pray- er meetings will be at 7 p.m. on Thursday. The studies are being made in the 17th chapter of John's Gospel. The Choir will rehearse at p.m. The Confirmation classes will meet as usual at 9 and Saturday morning. Next Sun. will be Girl Scout Sunday. The Girl Scouts will have a part in the morning wor- ship service at 11 a.m. The pas- tor will continue with the Len- ten series of messages on the Second Word of the Cross, "The Way of Salvation." The choir under the direction of Mr. Jer- ome Jackson will sing. Youth will meet at 5 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Dr. Walace Thornbloom, med- ical missionary to the Congo, will be the guest speaker at the Missionary Conference on Sun- day evening at 7 p.m. ORCHARD STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Orchard at Gregory James E. Stockdale, Pastor Office Phone: FUlton 5-2917 Residence Phone: FUlton 8-6749 Mildred Frank. Organist Maurice Briscoe, Choir Director Howard Smith, Chairman Church Board Robert Holloway, Director Christian Education Thursday, March 7: a.m. Moss Circle meets at the Church. p.m. Christian Educa- tion. Saturday, March 9: p.m. Church Bowling League. Sunday, March 10: a.m. Family Worship service. There is care for chil- dren up to four years of age. a.m. Nursery and Kin- dergarten Church School classes meet. a.m. Primary and Jun- ior Church School classes meet. a.m. All other classes meet. Monday, March 11: p.m. Construction. Tuesday, March 12: p.m. Program Planning. Wednesday, March 13: p.m. Sanctuary Choir. Thursday, March 14: p.m. General Board. LOAN CORPORATION and CHICAGO FAMILY LOAN CORPORATION Blue Island: 13018 S. Western Ave.......FU 8-0086. BE 3-8185 Harvey: 194 E. 154th St................ED 3-4090, CO 4-4277 Loop: 22 W. Monroe St............................pi 6-4370 Hammond, Indiana: Hohman Ave'. .WE 1-4650 Open 9.30 le i 30 Met. thru Than. 9 30 to B Fri. Sofu.-rfor TJhere are 13 FAMILY offices rn or arcund Chicago Church Of Nazarene History Outlined The Blue Island Church of the Nazarene, 12815 Gregory St., or- ganized in 1943, is proud to be a part of the general Church of the Nazarene, which had one of the most outstanding years in its 54-year history. The denomination's growing world mission program opened work in Chile and Bermuda, and the first Nazarene church in the Republic of Panama was organ- ized. The Nazarenes now have work in 43 countries. Also abroad the Nazarenes or- ganized a new church district in West Germany with five con- gregations, and dedicated a sanctuary at Frankfurt and a church in Copenhagen, Denmark. Opened was a church at Nazareth, Israel, the first Pro- testant church to be built in Is- rael since the nation was re-es- tablished in 1948; and a new church at Brasilia, the first Pro- testant church to be dedicated in the new inland capital of Brazil. The denomination's Spanish language broadcast of "Show- ers of denomination- al radio program, increased to 110 stations, while the English program was carried on 425 sta- tions. Meanwhile, the church at home set a denominational record in per capita giving of This was an increase of a member over 1961 when the denomination ranked first in the nation in per capita giving among all Protestant churches with members or more. The annual statistical report by Dr. S .T. Ludwig, Kansas City, Missouri, general church secretary, showed the domestic membership grew to This was a net gain of or a gain of 2.49 per cent. Dr. Ludwig said the denomin- ation had a net gain of 28 new churches during the year for a total of on January 1, 1963. Gains in 1962 also were re. ported for the Sunday School, Foreign Missionary Society, Va- cation Bible School, and Young People's Society. HOLY CROSS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Collins St., near Greenwood Rev. Louis Kerestes, Pastor Res. 2207 W. 119th Place Phone: FUlton 5-1259 John Dvorovy, Organist Thursday, March 7: p.m. Sunday School Teachers' meeting. Friday, March 8: p.m. Confirmation class. Saturday, March 9: a.m. Saturday School. Sunday, March 10: a.m. Divine Worship Service. a.m. Sunday School. a.m. Adult Bible class. p.m. Lutheran Hour Broadcast WMAQ. p.m. Adult Instruction. p.m. Lutheran Hour Broadcast WMBI. Monday, March 11: p.m. Voters' meeting. Tuesday, March 12: Confirmation makeup after school. Wednesday, March 13: p.m. Midweek Lenten Service. Drive Carefully and Live HOMETOWN CLAIM SERVICE Coll.- FU 5-4656 STATE FARM UttTOAL AUTOMOBILE _. i j nuuiuNCE COMPAXY Chuck Mudgeft ONE PRICE FOR EYEGLASSES NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Single Vision ONE PRICE 85 Styles TO ALL Bifocals Laboratory On Premises LeaaAK T 9 Complete Lens And Frames COMPLETE EYE EXAMINATION CONTACT LENSES Hours: Daily 9 A.M. to PM. Monday and Friday 9 AM. To 9 PM. MODE OPTICAL Dr. Leonard E. Lasker Dr. Mandel M. Berg OPTOMETRISTS EDison 3-3458 205 E. 154 St. Harvey, 111. Business Professional Guide This directory is published for the readers convenience in locating live business and professional men of integrity. A card in this directory reaches readers throughout the great Southwest area. INSURANCE CONTRACTORS C. MARTIN ROME 12310 S. WESTERN AVE. South Side Office FU 8-0225 ANYTHING IN SHEET METAL Industrial Commercial Residential JOHN J. RICKHOFF CO. Heating -Air Conditioning Roofing 320 E. 152nd St. 2336 W. 122nd St. Harvey, III Blue Island, III. EDison FUlton 5-3235 PAINTING DECORATING Hoogervorst Decorating Painting Decorating Paperhanging ESTIMATES FURNISHED 17802 67th Avenue Tinley Park, III. Phone: KEIIogg 2-4067 FUlton 8-4100-4101-4102 BEFORE YOU BUY TRY CONSOLIDATED SUPPLY CO. PLUMBING HEATING ELECTRICAL "The Best For Less" See or Call Jerry Vink 13500 S. Crawford Ave. Blue Island, III. FU 5-1555 Estimates Furnished G. W. THOMPSON PAINTING SERVICE Painting and Decorating Interior and Exterior Work Wallpapering 12520 S. LOOMIS ST. Chicago 43, III. REMODELING REMODELING ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING No Job Too Small Dial FUlton 5-5610 Blue Island Lumber Co. CARPENTER CONTRACTOR East-Side Carpenter General Contractor MICHAEL MART1NO Remodeling or New Work 14712 Palmer Ave. Posen, III. FU 5-5881 "SPRUCE UP FOR SPRING" By Remodeling Your KITCHEN. BATH. ETC. For Free Estimates call: A. F. HILL PLUMBING and HEATING 12506 Western Ave. FU 5-9158 M. ROLSTED Installer of Metal Weather Strips Caulking Broken Sash-Cords Replaced Windows and Doors Adjusted To Work Properly 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE Call or Write for Free Estimate 9210 Si. Aberdeen St., Chicago 20, III. BE. 8-4724 PR. 9-0089 ORBIT HEATING FURNACES BOILERS GAS AND OIL CONVERSIONS SHEET METAL WORK GUTTERS Special: Gas Furnaces. BTU installed as low as S450 with all new warm air ducts. 24 Hr. Service Free Est. 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