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   Moberly Monitor-Index (Newspaper) - September 30, 1939, Moberly, Missouri                              MONITOR-INDEX AND DEMOCRAT. MOBERLY, -MO. ifcATTTRDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1939 4 In God We JfattJ) NOT All OHS HOT one GOD US Copyright 1039 GO TO CHURCH THIS SUNDAY L TL hrist or Ihoas At 1st Methodist Or Chaos" is the sub- ject announced for the morning sermon tomorrow of the pastor of First Methodist church; the Rev. J. P. Ingerslew, arid he says con- cerning' his subject, "David Lloyd George has been given the credit of making the statement, 'It is Christ or It was years ago. The world did not seem to have taken the, state- ment very seriously or did It pre- fer chaos to the Christ? can hardly think so but rather that people continued in an indifferent attitude without making a determined choice. Neg- lect is all that is needed to'make chaos out of order and a shambles out of creation. Two Major Forces. "A very casual observation will reveal that we are Jiving in a world where two major forces are at work. There is a creative force everywhere present and likewise is th er e e very wh ere a fore e of d e etruction. The house where no- body lives will soon deteriorate and the field or garden which no- body cultivates will be a patch 8 Are Now In World's Saturday Owen Says The Lord's Supper will be ob- served at First Baptist church tomorrow morning. Tomorrow night the pastor, the Rev. E. D. Owen, will preach, using for 'his -sermon topic, Seven Days of Time" about which he says: "The Bible is eloquent concern- ing both time and eternity. It tells us that there are seven dis- pensations, ages, or prophetic days in what we call time. The first day was the day of Inno- cence. This began with the Crea- tion, and ended with the fall of man. Then followed the days of Conscience, Human Government, the day of the Patriarchs, the day .of the Law, and the day of Grace. We are now living in the sixth day of Grace. Ev- ery day so far has ended in fail- ure on the part of man. Man failed under Innocence, under Churches To Be Discussed At Zion Lutheran At Zion Lutheran Church the Rev. Edw. G. Deffner will preach in the morning service at on the subject, "The Church at In explaining his sub- ject, he says, "In the first chap- ters of the Book of Revelation there are seven letters, one to each of the churches of Asia Minor near the end of the first century of the Christian era. The first of these letters is addressed to the church at Ephesus. From a study of this letter we can form a definite opinion of this church. Many good things could be said of it. It was a church at work, and it had a correct idea of the purpose of its ork. It was no social club, nor did it fritter away its time dabbling in politics, It was engaged in pro- claiming the Gospel of Christ and it insisted that its members live For P MenAers- At Central Church RELIGIOUS REMARKABLES By O. BERG E. W. PHILLIPS OKE4 000 SOCIETY IM 12-3 YfiAftS, Conscience, under Human Gov- Christian lives. But it had one ernment, under the Patriarchs and under the Law. We are now living in the world's Saturday night. How is the present age going to What of the sev- enth day, the 'day of the Lord', which is yet to come? The only of thistles and brambles and this answer to these questions is is equally true in human lives and eociety, Man is placed in a world where he becomes a co-worker with either one of the forces, cre- ative or destructive. There is no thing in life as being com- pletely neutral. Neutrality too of- ten simply is another, term for indifference and indifference and Jieglect are" the preliminary stage of destruction, "The Apostle Paul speaking of the Christ says, that He is the image of the invisible that 'by Him were all things that are in heaven and that are in and that "all things were created by Him and for Him." For it pleased the Father that in Him ,should all fullness dwell. He appeals to-man to. be 'renewed in the spirit of the mind' and to put on the new man which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness. The nations today stand on the found in God's Word. With great clearness it tells us to the 'things which were, the things which are, and the things that shall be here- after'." Sunday School meets at o'clock; Training Union at and Baptismal service .'-.will be Just before the evening worship Every member of the Sunday School is urged to be present to- morrow as the actual promotion world will their choice be Christ or Evening1 Service. The evening at o'clock will be conducted by the Young People's League of the church. .The address will be given by Franklin Green of Kirksville. Mr. .Green is a recognized "leader among young people and a good speaker. A good program has been arranged and everybody is most cordially invited.' Music for tomorrow announced "by Mrs. Irvin R. organ- ist, will be: Morning organ pre- lude, "Meditation" of- ifertory, "Andante" spe- cial, selected; postlude, "Gloria" in B evening or- jgan prelude, "Night Song" offertory, "Morceau in G" postlude, 'Fughetta" To Qiurdi Call Rings Out From West Park above will take place. Also pro- motion from one grade to anoth- er will take place in each de- partment up to the Adult De- partment, The program theme tomorrow will be "Jesus Is Corn- ing- Again" and the special at closing assembly will be a violin solo by Jack Osterloh. .The su- perintendent, H. H. Cavanaugh, are< classes for ev- ery age as our Sunday School is thoroughly graded. Get started Sunday as' we need you and you need the influence of the Sunday School." Music announced by Mrs. Leo Bisenstein will be: Morning, pre- lude, "Consolation" "Song Without Words" (Flag- "Contemplation" quartet, "My Jesus I Love Thee" Mrs. James Simcoe, Mrs. H. O. Anderson, Mrs. Nellie j Hale and "Mrs. Martha Diehl; evening, "Night Song" (Schu "Impromptu'1 (Flagler) "Postlude" "Jus When I Need Him Most" CGab Misses Louise Gairrett Shirley Jacobs and choir. Immaniie! Baptist Planned By Rev, Burnham J The pastor of Immanuel Baptist fatal defect. It had lost its first love. And all its other virtues were not great enough to cover that one failing. "There are still many Ephesian churches. There are congrega- tions that measure up in every other respect, but they lack in love to God, and because they lack that they lack everything. The world has enjoyed ninteen centuries of Gospel preaching.' Some churches in our locality have a history extending over more than a century. But old churches are not the only ones that need to guard against the loss of their first, love. If a chv.i-ch has lost that love no other quality will serve aa an acceptable substitute." The evening sermon will treat the subject, "Three Views Re- garding the Lord's Day." Of this subject the Lutheran minister writes, "It might strike some people strane to hear that there is a Lord's Day. To judge ,by their lives, they, never heard of it. They certainly do not keep it sacred. Does God view this at- titude with indifference Does it make any difference whether a person has the correct view re- garding the Sabbath question Surely -this subject is important enough to merit our considera- tion." The Sunday School and Bible' Class will meet at All bers are asked to be present and to be on time for a prompt be- ginning. The Rev. C. W. Corrin, pastor of Central Christian Church, an- nounces a- special Re-Enlistment Day program and urges every member of- the church to make every effort possible -to be present. The program of the Bible School begins at with special Promo- tion Day exercises. Following- is the program, Children's Choir Cradle Roll, Mrs. Roy Hampton; Nursery and Beginners'- Depart- ment, Mrs. O. T. Turley and Mar- ilyn Sue Stephens; Primary De- partment, Mrs. Gilbert Palmer and Nellie Mae Stephens; Junior Re- partment, Miss Vera Pollard and Ann De- partment, Mrs, Forrest Clore; De- cision period. Attendance Awards will be giv- en to the following; Junior Depart- ment, third year, Mimi Jean Halli- burton, Ann Hammett, Laura Hammett, Donafd Wayne Baker, Howard McCrabb; second year, C. A, Smith, Jr., Betty Ancel, Mar- garitte Leeds; first year, .Marian Jolly, Allene Butterly. Primary Department, Nellie May Stephens, Roscoe Creed, Lewis Leeds, The- resa May Hammett, Tommy At- terbury. A special service of Re-enlist- ment has been arranged for ,the morning hour in which the whole church may take part. The subject of the morning sermon will be "Faith a message o re-enlistment. The Rev. Mr. Cornn will speak at the evening services on the sub ject, "The Heart of the Christian Message." Music for" tomorrow announced by Mrs. WUliam Carr and Irwin Umlauf will be: Communion, "The offertory, "A danfe" postlude, "Look Down On Us" an- thems, "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes' soloists, John Low and Miss Jewell Nevins, and "Give Un- to the Lord" soloists, Miss Mary Louise Maddox and Mr. evening, "Welsh "Pre- lude In E Flat" Sunday will be observed as West Park Methodist church, it is hoped that the people, In the face of world conditions, will avail themselves of their op- portunities as well as recognize their responsibilities in promot- ing spiritual values. Can any one doubt 'tljat build- ing the! kingdom of God' in the lives of the people would be less expensive than the building of great navies and maintaining great armies? Le't us find our way back to God _and the .Church, says the pastor, the Rev. J. E. Baker. The Rev. Baker will preach at and Sunday. Church School will meet at with Ralph Morrison, the newly elected superintendent, in charge. This is Rally'Sunday, so let every one come and enroll for the new Church year; there is a place for every age. Young Peoples meeting at Miss Mildred Gray will be the leader and will use for the dis- cussion period, "What If Jesus Were Here." At the conclusion of the morn- Ing service the Sacrament of the Lords Slipper will be adminis- tered. A cordial welcome awaits you. We will looking for you. church, the Rev. O. R. Burnham, says about Sunday School which meets at o'clock, Promotion Is over and we should settle down to our place for the coming year. Let everyone be in his place to- morrow.'' "The pastor's subject for his morning message will be On The Field." His evening -sub- ject will be "Given Self." Training Union will meet 30 minutes earlier than during the summer months. Thursday night will be the Church Mission Night. service. All missionary organiza- tions will meet for their services. The church is looking forward to meeting the first of November with the Rev, J. B, Ragsdale of St. Louis occupying the pulpit. Satur- day afternoon, October .7, will be Visitation Day for the Sunday School. The pastor urges everyone to be at the church at 2 o'clock and do some work for the good of the Sunday School. Evangelistic Meet AH Next Week at Carpenter Church Evangelistic meeting will con- tinue through next week at the Carpenter Street Baptist The evangelist, .the Rev, A, J. Johnson of St. Louis, will speak Sunday morning on "The Tri- umphant In the evening he on "Salvation And How to Obtain It." Special music Sunday will Morning, .Women's Trio, Miss Clara Doehring, Mrs. Rozier Rob- erta and Mrs. Fred Axt; -even- ing, Mens quartet, Forest At- kins, Sam Cobb, Ralph Hines and Eddie Doehring. Services will continue through next week starting, each evening at and day services will be held from Tuesday through Sat- urday, Training .Union will meet at Sunday night. Tonight the Rev. Mr. Johnson will preach on "The Winning Quartet." Special music will b by Miss Wanda Miller. Paul's Message To The Church, Theme At 1st Christian The o'clock sermon sub- ject tomorrow of the pastor of First Christian church, the Rev. E. B. wttUbe "A Message To The Church" and the pastor "Returning on his third missionary tour Paul, ac- cording to the 20th chapter of Acts, stops on the isle of Mile- tus and calls the elders of the church at Ephesus unto, him that he might give them a message for the church, If we today would consider more earnestly this message the church would be the power that it was in day and the pews would be filled instead of empty." The of this message is found in the- 13th to 36th verses of Acts 20. The evening service, beginning at oclock, will be given to the ordination and installation of an elder. A charge will be given- to all elders and deacons and the minister urges all to -be present. Bible School convenes at and the Men's Bible School at the same -hour. Young People's meeting is at and a cordial invitation is given to all young people to gather with- First Chris- tian young people at this time. BOUOUT WAS DICKENS Tvfc OF HIS Nine Reasons for Going to Church Theodore Roosevelt had nine good reas- ons for going to church. This is number one on his list: "In this actual-world, a churchless com- munity, a community where men have .aband- oned and scofied at or ignored their religious, needs, is a community on the rapid down grade." J' Your church is more than just a community adjunct a casual stopping-off place to be visited and, be done with all on a Sunday morning. Your church is the oasis from which springs strength and courage to meet ones daily tasks is, the 'mortar that binds society together; the granite pedestal of liberty; the strong back- bone of the social No other institution has so consistently served mankind and to no other institution is mankind more deeply in debt for the basis of civil society and the source-spring of "all good and of all comfort." "Persecution has not crushed it power has not beaten it back, time has not abated its force, and, what is most wonderful of all, the treas-: ons and abuses of its friends have not shaken its stability." This feature sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews and Loca] Civic, Professional and Church Leaders, Below appear the names of Moberly business and, professional leaders who are undertaking to encourage increased church activity and religious Dr. Newton C. Allen -Prescribed. "There no Niihictitute for OHlce hours 0-12 A, to ami to S P. ill, Phone 169, Res. iffOl. Moberly Trust Bell's Auto Parts AND USED PARTS Inwinll Plain or Safety Glass fn Any Car 001-013 Concnnnoh Phone 384 Pete Stauffer R O O FIX G M A T E RI AIx Special Water-Proofing Service 213-215 Slursreon St, Phone 430 Thieman Flower Shop 'FLOWERS BY WIRE 4102 W. Reed. St. Phone 369 Greenhouse 600 B. McKiusey Temple Stephens Co, Wm. I. Mulkey Our Qunli ty. Workmuimhlp Asaurt Too ihe Very Jn UPHOLSTERING Free 220 BT< Clark Phone Sittler Dry Cleaning Co. Little Dick Clothing Co. (The LJve Store) KTJPPlDiVHIflrMlBR. u nd VARSITY 'TOWN-' PtU 9 SERVICE" Went Contci St. Phone 322 JHuts 300 Reed Preemiui Phone Gonsers Cash Market MEATS   COAL Lumber Office Phone 1100..., CoaJ Phone 94 CIDER Pressed .daily from good, clean apples. 25c gallon. Phone 5009F5. Oichard.. (19tf) A regular schedule of services will be followed tomorrow at the Church of the Nazarene with all services held in the S, B. A. Hall. Sunday School -will convene at sermon by the pastor, the S, L. Mosley, at 11 o'clock and again at when he will conduct evangelistic services. N. Y, S. will convene as usual at 7 o'clock. Cottage prayer meeting will be at Tuesday night at 832 Myra street and mid-week prayer meet- ing will be at the Hal] at Thursday night. Monitor-Index Ads help why not any services with his membership. Our Want Ads wHMnterest you. 4th Street Church School Rally Day A program in the form of a radio broadcast will feature the observance tomorrow by the Fourth Street Methodist Church School of Rally Day. Paul Steven- son will be the- announcer and Glenn Pittenger will be the radio technician. Those appearing in the program will be all members of the Be- ginners, Primary and Junior De- partments and Iris Jane Slav- ens, Walter Miller, the Rev. B. V. Powell, Billy Bddings, Miss Mina Jo Poe, Miss Jo Ray, Mrs. Malcom Rippel, Miss Doris Kelly, Miss Jen- nie Lou Wadsworth, Miller Barton, Harold Young, Reynolds, Dean Scott and Cecil Hoover. The pro- gram will consist of songs by the children, a recitation, reports and talks, number by a male and an instrumental duet. Church School will begin at New Testaments will be given as souvenirs to all present by o'clock. All members of the Church School are urged to be present to- morrow and others are cordially invited. GILLUM MEMORIAL CHURCH SERVICES Holy "Communion will be observ- ed at o'clock tomorrow morning at Gillum Memorial Meth- odist church. At 7 o'clock in the evening the pastor, the Rev. J. O. Murphy, will preach on "Some Halfway Folk." The- pastor has this message, "The church needs all of us and we need the church. Begin' with it, journey with 'it, end with it, Herein we can make the best use of our talent and enable the whole life.'v Hart's Cafe DROP IN AFTER CHURCH FOR OfJK Sl'UCIAL SUA'DAV DIJVtffiJHB 320 Con tea Tel. 2032 Tailen Bottling Co. South Randolph Dairy ICE CREAM BUTTER CK K V HI BUTTE K.1I TLK COTTAGE CHEESE 120 E. Tel, 402 Thomas and Son "Over 60 1'cars of SQTJIIre U. S. TJKJ3S AXD TUHES U. S. Bnfterfcs 21b .iV. Willinmn St. Pit one 0V" Arlditional Church News, Pag-6 J, W. Balzer GROCERIES and FRESH MEATS Deli Anytime during the ART- 111 Carpenter Call S29 H. A, Proffitt stock of WATCHES.'. ClrOCKS, JEUrELRY, DI AM O .VD S a nd S J L VE A RE Repairing 214 W. Reetf 322 Orscheln Bros. Truck Lines Dr. H. B. Hunter SPECIALIST Physicn) Cnltiirp, tileTfr and Ground GrJppe.r Cohcaniiou and Holnmn Rond Tel. Lois Beauty Shop WE CAN GIVE YOU BEADTT YOU JS'EVER THOUGHT YOU HAD W. Reed Incorporated PHO.YR 2343 Close inspection will reveoJ nn excellence' of crnffinnn- .shlp 3n every dctaiJ of the benuty servk-.e at ADA'S City Bank J. V. Gulick Grocery MONARCH nnd LEE PRODUCTS 5In plr and "Grocerfen FRESH MEATS mid VEG'KTA For DcHycrT CnU 270 Corner and Bedford Bogie-Kussman Lunch Try OUT Sperlal Noonday und Even- fng Plate Lannon's Super Service Station HIXCL A IR P H O I) UCTS F. M. Stamper and Co, Dr. A, P, Thursby Eye SlgrM Better to II. and by ftppotntmeBt Hit W, Reed St. 2OtO Bled see and Self Dairy MILK CUE ATM Free fjp nnd Delivery Service, 501 Phone 1022 McQuitty Agency Company (Forrisl Kdmonwfon) MIIAKCB OF ALL KINDS Real 211 N. St. Phom- 217 Grade A Dairy Call KOOJ F 13 M.F.A, Farmers Exchange Pnlnt, Rootiiyar, Wire and Feed of: all W. IV Stone. 324 N. (Unrlt Phone "A GREAT DAY" Mrs. nevr book June out. Miller's Book Store F, B. Harvey Insurance Agency 21 St. Phone AND SHORT ORDJSRS 110 474 Stoltz Market GROCERIES MEATS Ludwig Eisenhauer Sheet Metal fTurnnccn Inatnlle4 Old .repnired. We AprcntK for Torrid Steel 315 W. Phone- 14WI Crookshanks Bakery tilTV-; BREA15 BAKERV PRODUCTS N. St. AVe Deliver A. Specie Electric Shop W> Repair Everytfafius Strike Punh u. Hutton ELECTRIC P A N Murpky 5! Iv' i i It II   

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