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SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. THREE Beginning a Life of Service ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Scripture—Mark 1:14-28.. By the R«v. Alvln E. Bell \ And Alfred J. Buescher -<$> WM. A. TOBIAS WILL RETIRE FROM SERVICE ON APRIL 1ST After John the Baptist had been beheaded Jesus left Judea and came Into Galilee where he taught great crowds during the second year of his ministry. At the Sea of Galilee he again met Peter, Andrew, James and John whom he first saw a year before at their work as fishermen. He called them to follow him and they became his apostles. In the city of Capernaum he taught in the synagogue. The people were astonished at his teaching: "For he taught , them as having authority, and not as j the scribes." Here also he found a man. afflicted with an evil spirit, which Jesus cast out to the amazement of all the people. (GOLDEN TEXT—Mark 1:15.) SUNDAY IN Presbyterian Washington and Prospect Sts. William S. Hess, D. D., Pastor Sunday School 5:45 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock "We O:ight to Worship Vesper Service 4:30 oclock "Solitude With Christ" C E 6:30 oclock St. John's Episcopal S. Prospect and Antietam Sts. Rev. Walter Byron Stehl, D. D., Rector Church School 3:45 o'clock Morning: Service S:00 and 11:00 o'clock No evening service. AnlietanTst U. B. Antietam and Locust Sts. Rev. F. G. Mentzer, Pastor Sunday School 3:30 o;clock Morning Service 10:30 oclock Y P. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Mld-Week Prayer Wed.. 7:30. St. John's Lutheran S. Potomac St. J. Edw. Harms, D. D., Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Moraine Service 11:00 oclock "Our Place of Worship T. F. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 oclock "Christ and Touth" Howard StTjM. E. Howard and Chestnut Sts. Rev. W. DeWitt Dickey, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock T. P. Service 6:30 o'clock Volunteers of America 210 E. Washington St. Staff Captain J. A. Dunn in Ch»rge Girls' Club. Tuesday, 7:30 P. M. Boys' Club, Wed.. 7:30 P. M. Christian League. Frl., 7:30. P. M. Sunday Worship, 8:00 P- M. St. Paul's Evangelical Cor. High and Franklin Sts. Rev. R. S. Daubert, Pastor Sunday School 9:80 o'clock Morning Service 10.:4o oclock Evangelistic Services Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Evangelistic services each night except Saturday. ^ Seventh Day Adventist Mulberry Ave. and McOomas St. W. R. Riston, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, »:4S °°MornW Service, Saturday. 11:00 coc. _ , ., „ ., Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:«5 P. M. _ Church of the Brethren E. Washington and Mulberry Sts. Rev. A. M. Dixon, Pastor Sunday School ........ 9:45 o'clock Morning Servlco ...... 11:00 o'clock T. P. Service ...... ;•:••• 6:15 oclock Evening Service ...... ':30 oclock Prayer Meeting and Berean Bible. Wednesday. 7:30 P. M. St. Paul'sll. B. Franklin and Locust Sis. Rev. F. Berry Plummer, D. D. Pastor Sunday School ........ ':« o'clock Morning Service 11:00 oclock ornng ervce ..... Address hy Prof. H. H. Earsh, of 6:30 oclock Harrishurg. Sr.. Int. & Jr. C. B. ... Evening: Service ...... 7:30 oclock "Life's Incompleteness Plus r,od Grace United Brethren Rev. G. I. Rider, Pastor Sundav School »:<& o'clock Morninc Service . . . 11:00 o'clock 12th Anniversary Service. Dr. .1. H. Ness will preach. O 13 6:30 oclock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Sermon bv Dr. Ness. Assemblies of God '(Bethel) Howard and Spruce Sts. Rev. Ralph Jeffry, Pastor Snnda.v School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Evening Service 7-30 o'clock Gospel Tabernacle Pentecost Ross and Lanvale Streets Rev. L. E. Gilbert, Pastor Sunday School 0:4» o'clock Morning Service 11:00 oclock Evening Service 7:3.0 o'clock Prayer mooting. 2:30 P. M. Thurs. Union Chapel Corbett Street MRS. OLRV1A HAUBADGB Sunda\ School Superintendent Sunday School 2:30 o'clock Cottage Prayer Meeting every Thursday Trinity Lutheran Potomac St and Randolph Ave. J. S. Simon, D. D., Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock v . P. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening Service ... 7:30 o'clock First Brethren Antietam and Mulberry Rev. Frank G. Coleman, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:45 o'clock (1:30 o'clock 1 :30 o'clock Y. P. Service Evening Service The Salvation Army 324 W. Washington St. Cupt. and Mrs C. Langley Andrews SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service ....; 11:00 o'clock Sunday Sch'l, Ridge Ave. 2:30 o'clock T. F. Legion 6:30 o'clock MONDAY Red Shield Club tor Boys, 11-20 years —7 P. M. TUESDAY Teachers'T raining Class 7:15 P. M. Bible Study Class (Public) S P. M. WEDNESDAY Urn Saving Guards for Girls, 11-18 yearn—7:30 P. M. THURSDAY Corps Cadet Class (Young People) 7:30 P. M. Homo League for Women 7:30 P.M. Band Training Class 'Male voice party practice. 8 P. M. FRIDAY Young People's Singing Class 4:0(1 P. M, SATURDAY Open Air Service, Court House Plaza 7:30 P. M. St. Mary's Catholic West Washington St. Rev. Fr. J. Francis Leary, Pastor Masses Sunday Morning 7:00. 9:00. 10:30 o'clock Evening Devotions 7:30 o'clock St. Mark's Lutheran Washington Square Rev. Roy L. Sloop, Pastor Sunday School !';30 o'clock Morning Service 10:4ij o'clock f the Lord" fi::{0 o'clock .... 7:30 o'clock I rp" Service "Tun LOCAL (The (Solicit (Text CHE Mark 1:15— "The dm t. rej lime is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God Is at hand: pent ye, and believe in the gospel." First Baptist W. Washington St. Rev. P. B. Wellington, Pastor Sunday School »:<* o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock "Measuring Lino;;' Y. P.'Servici- ti:l5 o'clock ICveniiiK S'-rvice 7:30 o'clnrk "Paying the Fare" rr.iycr .Meeting Wort.. 7:30 P. jr. St. Paul's M. E. N. Potomac St. Rev. J. E. Kemp Horn, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock "> ".Ichnhoth Trumpeters" p:p\vortli League fi:30 o'clock Evening Service .... 7:30 o'clock "The Lord's Way i.[ Doing Business" Mid-week service Wed.. 7:15 P.M. Zion Reformed N. Potomac St. Rev. Scott R Wagner, D. D., Pastor Sunday Srnoo! Morning Service Dedication of new Y. i: forum roimmmity service Wednesday. !l:45 o'clock 1 i :00 o'clock building:. 7:11(1 o'clock at 7:30 P. .M. Washington Square M. "E. Washington Ave., "at the Square" Rev. Cioyd G. Davis, Pastor Sunday Seller,! aM.T o'clock Moviinp Service It :0fi o'clock Y. P. Service 6:1:, o'clock Evening Service ....... 7:30 o'clock Christian Science Society 'cli 235 N. Potomac St. Sunday School !i:lr, .Morning service 11:00 I,IKK riolden Test: .Inliu 1:1, -I. beginning was the Word, \V»rd was witli Cod. and (lie \\'or< was Hod . . In Him was life;- ant the life was th<! ligli! of men. Wednesday evening teslimonla meeting S:00 oclock. Reading room. 235 North Potomat St.. open Monday and Friday. 2:31 to 4:30, where the Bible and th Christian Science textbook, hy iMar Baker Ed-ly, may he read, purchased or borrowed. Christ Reformed Rev. H. A. Fesperman, Pastor W. Franklin St. Sunday School y:3H o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock .Sermon hy P.ov. rhas. I). Whuff • v P. Service fi:::o o'clu livening Service 7:30 o'clock "The Challenge nf the Unattaine I l The Church of God Summit Ave. and Baltimore St. Rev F. h Snavely. Pastor Sunday School 9:15 o'clock .Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Sermon by Charles .Miles, of Clearsprinfr. V P Service 6:<T, o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Sermon by J. F.. P.arbonr, of Mar- linslinrg. F,va.ngeli.«1 ic servi'-es each nighl u-ilh ICvangoltsl. .1. K. Harbour. Jehovah's Witnesses Church 704 Chestnut St. A. F. Laupert, Service Leader Wednesday WaLChtou'er Study I:3H P. M All questions ot th fully answered. Bible will be Church of the Nazarene West Side Ave. and Church St. Rev. C L Arnold, Pastor Sunday Sch Morning 9,:4!> o'clock ll;nii o'clock Y/P.'s'erOi'c'e Evening Ser .Mid Week 7:30 P. M. Collage Praver Service. Fri.. 7:30 P. il. . 7:00 o'clock : vice 7:30 o'clock Prayer Service. Wed Emmanuel U. B. Summit Ave and Howard St. Rev. Paul Holdcraft, S. T. D., D astor Sunday School »::») o'clock Combined Sundav .School and Morning Service. Y. P. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening Service ...... 7:30 o'clock P,evival Meeting Hill-week service U'cd.. 7:30 P.M. Christian & Missionary Alliance Tabernacle 128 N. Mulberry St. O. R. Degelman, Pastor Sundav Sf bc-ol 2:00 o'clock Prearhme 3:0li o'clock Preaching 7:4.'" o'cl". '; Prayer Service Tnes., 7:15 P. M. Bibie Study Fri and Sat.. 7:45 P. XI. First Christian South Potomac St. Rev. Wm. M. Norment, Pastor o clock '"Men Should Pr:iy' Moi Sunday School Int. C. B Y P. Service Evening Service "Can We Find 'Women's League W. 1(1:80 o'clock 7':30 P. M. General Manager of Light and Heat Company Announces Plans W. A. Tobias, for the last ten years vice-president and general manager nf the Hasiii'stown Light & Heat Company and 12 subsidiaries of the Consolidated Electric &. Gas Company announced Friday thai he is retiring April 1 and will be succeeded here by H. W. Schell, manager of the Haverhill, Mass. Gas Company. Mr. Schell will arrive in Hagerstown Monday. Mr. Tobias will make hH home in Hagerstown and will serve in an advisory capacity with the company. Mr. Tobias has been connected with the Consolidated Electric & Gas Company for the last 38 years. In a letter received from P. J. Rempe, assistant to the president of the Consolidated, the long and faithful service, helnful attitude and spirit of co.iperation were praised. "Even though after April 1st you take no active part in the management of the various companies which have been under your direction, I am sure there will be many occasions when yon will be called on for advice and counsel, which you are in such a good position lo give. This assistance will he a very worthwhile help to your successor. I am gla'' lhat you plan on remaining in Haserstown, he- cause these companies need all the assistance that a good friend can HOMEj\GAlN Sliawnee, Okla. Jan. U (/P)— August Zoeller will be burled lit the grave he dug (or hlmseU 16' years ago. Zoellei lined the grave with concrete and marked It with a stone, then moved to California. He died at his citrus farm near I is Angeles, and his body will be sent here, WILLIAM A. TOBIAS render." In commenting upon his retirement, Mr. Tobias said Friday that he has always looked forward to being able to retire when he was 60 years nf age. He will make his home in Hagerstown, where he hopes to find more time after April 1st to do those things which often a man in business canont find time to do. Ebenezer A. M. E. 40 W. Bethel St. Rev. A. U. Criglar, Pastor Sunday School •• MorniiiR Peivire "Man's Ingral il nde nieasiireable Y. P. Service l-Jvc-ninc Service "The Cliangeli .Mid-u-cek service clock ... 2:3(1 .. 11-00 lo Hod's L'n- Favors" . . . 7:00 o'clock S:'.!U o'clot k ss Chrlsl" Wed., S P. M. Second Christian Church 65 W North St. M. F. Robinson, Pastor v School 3:30 o'clock Sunda . Morning Service Y. P. Service Evening Service 11:00 o'clock . 1:30 o'clock . s-00 o'clock Asbury M. E. Jonathan, near Cliurch St. Rev. M S. Jackson, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Mornii'R Service 11:00 o'clock "A Boy's Part In Feeding the People" ..... 7:00 o'clock 8:00 o'clock of Christianity" Kpworlh Leapne Kveninp Servic "The BcKinni • KEEDYSVILLE Keedysville, Jan. 14. Martin Flook, one ot the oldest citizens in our town celebrated his eighty-seventh birthday recently. A delicious dinner was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Alhertus Mlll- lenclore and .children, Mrs. Margare'. Sterner, Mrs. Ella Poffenberger, of Boonsboro; Mrs. Emm- Green, Mrs. Alice Baker, Hubert Young, Ml. and Mrs. John Flook and son. Austin. Win. C. Geeliug who has been very ill is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Snyder anil son Clovis, ot Hagerstown. and Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Baker and two daughters, were entertained at a turkey dinner hy Mr. and Mrs. H. 15. Lovell, Benevola. fflwood Athey had the misfortune to have a leg broken by a Irce striking him while working vllli his father cutting wood, near 2nkles Mill. Mr. ami Mrs. Tloy Reetler enter- allied at a turkey dinner Miss loris Hedge, of Hartford, Conn. Misses L^is and Mary -lane Lumm, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Myers, Hagers- .own; Mrs. l.aimi Klinger, Mrs Mary Long and Mrs. Grace Smith Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Weavei were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Haynes. Kennclh and Charles Baker. sl» Icnls of Shenaudoah College, spent inrt ot their holidays visiting theli grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Sparrow. Miss Susie Alhey, of Hagerstown, ipent the week end with her moth- :r. John Hammond, Misses Rulli and Virginia. Strait, of Hagerstown were recent visitors of the former's sister and family, Mrs. Vernon Long. Mrs. Rosroe Hammond and little laughter Nancy, who have been ill re improved. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Marlz, cel- ebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. During that lime Mr. Vlartz has been employed by the Keedysville Milling Co. Mrs. Oliver Hines and grand- langhler.Mrs . Charles Kline, of Hagerstown, visited her sister, Mrs. Mattie Suavely recently. Clyde Kerns who was operated on for appendicitis, at Washington "ounty Hospital is getting along licely. Vernon Long, who has been ill with a heart attack is improving. BEEKEEPERS TO.MEET The 29th annual meeting of the Maryland State Beekeepers Association will be held at the Francis Scott Key Hotel in Frederick today. Beekeepers from thi county will be iti attendance. Zion Baptist Jonathan and Bethel Sts. Rev. Cnarles P. Comer, Pastor Morning Service ll:0t) o'clock Sunday School 3:011 o'clock T. P. Service 6:45 o'clock Evening Service 8:00 o'clock SUNDAY IN COUNTY AND SUBURBAN CHURCHES ST. PETER'S EVANGELICAL CHURCH, Clearspring, Md. Luther L. Hare, pastor: Sunday School ':!» o'clock Y P Service 5:'° oclock Evening .Snrvico 7:30 o'clock Holy Communion CHBWSV1LLE D. B. CHURCH, Rev. B. R. Andrews, Pastor: Sunday School 3:30 o'clock Y P. Service 6:1:1 o clock Evening Service ....'.. 7:30 o'clock ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Church, Western Pike. (Clearspring Parish). Luther L. Hare, Pastor:' Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning Service- 10:30 oclock Holy Communion fj. E G:30 o'clock SALEM EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Bakersville. Harry M. Young, Pastor: Sunday School ... Y. P. Service Evening Service . H:.10 o'clock fi:30 o'clock 7:30 o'clock SH1LOH U. B CHURCH. Rev. fi. R. Andrews, Pastor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Y. P. Service 7:00 o'clock CHURCH OF THE UNITED BRETHREN. IN CHRIST. Boons boro rvarge. F. U Stine. Paslor: Rlblo School KvilllEClls'.l: .Sorv KI-..N I', \ ' 'I .A Blhlc School Worship i\l( IN Hi >K nlhlo Si'llim] Wnrnhlp A" HIM I.KXA — Blhlo School o'clock o'clock ,'i'lnrk I'clcick 1:30 SALEM RHFOIiiMUD CHURCH. Cearfosi I'lke, Rev H. A Fesper man. Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Morning Service, 11:00 o'clock Holy Communion CHRIST EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCH, Fnnk« town, Rev Edward Plltt, Pnslor: Sunday School n:30 o'clock KvonliiH Service 7:30 o'clock "Hehobl, Now!" THK CllUliCII OF 1 GOD, I'leiiiinnt vlllo,, i. K Stephen, I'nstor: Silndiiy School ..,,,.. 10:00 o'clock Alornlng Service 11:00 o'clock MT. MORI AH REFORMED I THE LEITBRSBURG LUTHERAN | TRINITY U. R, Stale Lille, Pa., | N. W. Brechbiel, Minister; CHURCH, near Downsville, Rev. Addison H. Groff, Pastor: Morning Service 9:30 o'clock Holy Communion THE CHURCH OF GOD, Antietam, Md., J. E. Stephen, Pastor: Sunday School 2:30 o'clock .Morning .Service 9:30 o'clock ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Williamsport, Rev. W. C. Huddle. Pastor: Sunday School 9:3(1 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Y. P. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock MT. TABOR LUTHERAN Church, Fail-view, Md. (Clearspring Parish). Luther L. Hare. Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Morning Service 9:00 o'clock Holy Communion V. P. Service 6:30 o'clock oT. PAUL S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Funks town, Rev. Harry M. Young. Pastor- Sunday School .... 10:40 o'clock Morning Service 9:30 o'clock Y. P. Service 6:30 o'clock Xo evening: service. ST. HAL'L'S~1T B. CHURCH, Smithshnrg, Rev. W. DeWitt Dinkey. Pastor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock v P Service 6:3(1 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock MT. BETMICL .M. K. CHURCH, Lnntx, Mr!., \V. DcWiU 'Dickey, Paslor: Siinrhiyt Kciihnl I rHO o'rlncti Aflonmon Service 2:30 o'clock \VILL1AMKPOKT UPlfiCOPA! CHURCH, 2? E. Church St., IUv. Robert M. Iltllor, Pastor; .•Sunday School ........ !i:30 o'clock Morning Sftrvlco .... 10:;tO o'clock Holy Communion Y. I". Korvlce ..... ..... 0:30 o'clock UvtMilnn SfM-vIci' .. fillO o'clock "('(lllK'll I" 1 .lllltl" Prnvnr MrriftiR Wed. 7-30 P M ' Jtrnllirrl 7:30 I 1 . Al. . d, Tliursrlny nl. MT, CA:<MKI. u.- n Nov. C. R Sochrlst. Pfiftlor: Sumlny Srhod !f>:.1ft n'Hm-k Morning .Service 9:30 o'clock PARISH, I. D. Woiman. Pastor: ST PAUL'S— Sunday School Morning Service HEAUD'S— Snmliiy Sclnu,! Worship mid Cr Jlccllng r>:30 o'clook 10:30 o'clock . . . 1:30 o'clock . .' :>:30 o'clock CHURCH OF GOD. Ml. Briar, Rev. Gardner R. Taylor. Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Evening Service ...... 7:30' o'clock Prayer Service. Wed.. 7:30 P. M. ST. PAUL'S REFORMED CHURCH, Western Pike, near Clearspring Md., Rev. J. W Huffman Pastor: Sunday School 5:30 o'clock V P. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock S'l. JOHN'S R J, F 0 R M E I CHURCH. Clearspriug. Md., Rev J. W. Huffman, Paslor: Snndav School 9.30 o'clock V P Service fi:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock THE CHURCH OF GOD, Samples Manor, J E Stephen. Pastor: Sunilav School 10:110 o'clock THE Service 7:00 o'clock Evangelistic .service each evening; at 7:30. CHURCH OF GOD, Cheslnut Grove. Md., Rev. G. R. Taylor. Pastor: Sundav School IflitlO- o'clocli Morning Service 11:00 o'clock \ !' Si-rvice 6:30 o'clock Prayer Service .Thurs.. 7:30 P M. CHRIST EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCH. Cavetown. Maryland, Rev. Edward T Plill. Pnslor: Sunday School 9:15 o'clock .Morning Service lOilS o'clock Y. P. Scrvlc.! 7:30 o'clock FAIRPLAY CIRCUIT OF THE CHURCH OF GOD. Rev. Clarence McGnha, Paslor: KAIItl'I.AV — IMblo School 3:00 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock A series of evn ngolfvl le meetings will begin Moniln 'evening nl 1:30 nt LnoilNl ".illoy. Tim snooker will be Ibe Mev. II. II. Llnttle nasfor of (lie Church of Cm! r.l 1'hjnnhcrn- hiii-B, Pn. LOCUST '.'AI.I.KY — Illhle School 9:30 o'clock Worship 10:30 o'clock School n : :;o o'clock lesson-si inly u Life of t-il in Bihl Tile Decision Dav will, hi- o I he. school. Thin will I service i,f the Sunday .School and preaching hour. C. K 6:30 o'clock Mr. Earl Minnich in charge. Evening Service 7:30 o'clock The revival effort will coniinne ...•leh ^evening next, neck beginning "lie lhat hath I brt Son hiilli life: and be lhat. ha I h not the Son of Cod haih mil life." EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Gear foss Circuit, L. W. Barlges, Pas tor: .MT. CAliJIKL (Shanluown) — .Sunday School 10:0(1 o'clock Communion Service .. 11:00 o'clock 1-3. L. C. K 7:00 o'clock .ST. I'AUI.'S (Bis Pool) — Snnda" School ]0:00 o'clock Communion Service .. 7:4;, o'clock PAIIKHEAD— Sunday School 1:30 o'clock Communion Service ... 2:30 o'clock .MT. X1O.X (Cearfoss) — Sunday School 9:15 o'clock ST. JAMES BRETHREN CHURCH. Lydla. Md.. W. S. Baker. Pastor: Sunday School .. .Morninp Service Evening Service Kvangcli.slic si !) :30 o'clock . ... 10:30 o'clock 7:30 o'clock vices continue. W1LLIAMSPORT U. B. CHURCH, Rev. H. C. Kottlcr, Pastor: Sunday Schoo 0:30 o'clock .Morning Service 10:1:, o'clock V. P. Service 0:30 o'clock Evening- Service i :30 o'clock "HURCH OF GOD. Zittleslown, Md., Rev. Gardner R. Taylor, Pas tor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Prnycr service. Wed., 7:30 I'. M. MT. VKRNON REFORMED CHURCH, Keedysville, Rev. Addison H Groff. Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock -Morninp; Service 11:00 o'clock Holy Communion TRINITY REFORMED CHURCH Boonsboro. Rev. Addison H. Grofl Pastor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Evening Service 7-00 o'clock "Paths that Lead to Cod" CEARPOSS LETTER Cearfoss, Jan. H. Miss Helen Eckstino, Nova, '.'a., spent. Insl. Sunday with her cousin, Kliicl iilcLanalhan. Other cnllcrs in the home were: Mr. and Mrs. L Frank Carliangh, Misses Lulu and Ruth Roppn, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. M Springer, Miss Hnlda Pike mill friend, K'ovn, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. David Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Palmer and son, Hiigorstown, visited in the home of C. R. Slouficr. Mrs. MIU;y Cflrhaufih has returned home niter spending several days In tlie homo of L. Frank Car- haugli and family. Mr. mid Mm. Glenn Sploklcr, Mr. and Mrs. nornnrd Miner, and daughter spent lanl Sundny In the home nf W. W. Miner und family. Misses Kind Mcl/iinillinn and Corn Cnrhaiicli wo.ro, Rnndnv even- Ing callers wllli Mr. and. Mrs, I. W Myers and family. Oilier visitors in Ihe home on Sunday were: Miss Naomi Kcllar, Kiss Hilda Pike and friend and Miss Irene Myers. Ravenna, nil ancient capital ol Haly and formerly a seaport, now is many miles inland. "BUTTER TOASTED NUTS" To;i ii ted li're.sh Every Day They TnKte Difercnt A Trial Will Convince You Cauffman's Cut Rate Store .10 K. WflNhhlKton 'St. 20% Off All Clothing MUSEY & EVANS 59 West Washington Street NEW LOW PRICES ON LARGER SIZES OF ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN Gef relief from the discomfort of pain and colds with St. Joseph Aspirin ... Accept no substitute. Demand it by name, "St. Joseph." HERE'S REAL ECONOMY 1 DOZEN ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN 10* sijOSEPH ASPIRIN 20* ! i DOZEN 3 ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN 3 DOZEN 8 , DOZEN SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE st.Josepn GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN Aladdin Lamps $4.95 up HARRY S. MYERS HONEY BREAD A Bread Sensation MANBECK'S Air-Conditioned Authorized R. C. A. RADIO Dealer Free Trial On Any Model Shockey Furniture Co. 2S-.10 Summit Avcnne Save the Middleman's Profit $15.00 CRANE'S CLOTHES 2» s. Potiminc St. "Factory to You" Thermometers, Dampers, Brooder, Pipe and Roof Saddles for your brooder stoves HOWARD'S 7 E. Baltimore St. Phone 806 OFFICE EQUIPMENT Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co. TELEPHONE 2000—2001 EYE GLASSES ON CRKDII AT KAY'S 40 W. Washington St U»e Our Monthly Payment Plan On all purchasei ovar $10 MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. Well Wellington St. WAKE UP TO THESE ue* Beautifully Tailored Fine Cut Sateen Broadcloth Chambray

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