The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on September 30, 1939 · Page 5
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1939. FIVE Bustle Bow Dress Featuring the Balanced Silhouette 273? SIZES 11-Z.o Style No. 2739 is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16, IS and 20. Style No. 2S01 is designed Tor' one size, adaptable to any headsize. Send FIFTESN CENTS (15 cents), for this PATTERN. FALL FASHION MAGAZINE 10 cents extra. All orders for the Daily Mail Peerless fashions should he addressed Fashion Dept, Hagerstown Daily Mail, 121 West Nineteenth Street. New York City. WE WOMEN By BETTY BRAINERD Go Graciously "Dear Betty Brainerd: "For 25 years I have lived in this community. I am a middle-aged •woman have four children and have been married for almost 20 years. For the past eight years we have had financial reverses and my husband has been on the constant lookout to get a better job. Now he has been offered a very good job in a city several hundred miles away. "It is unusual for a woman of my type to write to a stranger like yon but I am curious to kiunv what you think I should do. All my interests lie in this city where, you might say, t have played a prominent part. 1 am not 'old-fashioned'—I have many interests outside my home both civic and social. To leave here now after all of my years here will mean that I start; life all over again—not only that 1 do but my children will also. "1 have brought my children up to be interested in many things outside of our home. I have a great deal of affoccion for my many friends hor and so. too. have my children for their friends. I believe everyone should take an active part in the life of their community and where my husband intends to go we do not know one 80ul. It is in the northwest. "Personally, i do not feel that, the increase in my husband's salary will compensate for the terrific loss we will suffer in other respects. My hlsband wants to give our children better educational advantages and he says he will be able to do this with his new job. lie thinks only of the financial gain but I thinTc of the tragedy of boing torn away from our old friends and associates and all that is near and dear to us. "Were you in my position—with the information i have asked you not to print—would you make this move? "Civic," Dear "Civic": Yes, I would go wherever my husband went and be as gracious as possible about it no matter ho\vj much I suffered inwardly. Love, j my dear, is "old-fashioned." Your! marriage is based on love. Did ! yon ever stop to consider that your! husband is making this move for j the good of you and your children j and that he undoubtedly docs not I relish the idea of leaving hero any| more than you do? i Your husband supports you nnd ; your children. He fools his now ; position is offering him a bettor: opportunity to support you all. How j then, can you assume the responsibility of keeping him back? Would you really dare take that responsibility? I would not: It is difficult to make a change | of any sort but that is life. All of : ns are subject to change without! notice when the Master of all of! usns; I ns calls us to Him," We "die a little i at a time" when we are separated j from those we love Or from places \ which we are fond of. Rut you: ran accustom yourself to new faces and new places. Yon can take just: as much of an interest in your new environment as you have here. In ' addition, yon have your charming southern hospitality to offer than which there is none more gracious. If your husband stays here he may always feel that he could have done better elsewhere had it not been for you. If you go with him willingly, helpfully and cheerfully, you Avill know that you have done youi 1 utmost to back his ambitions for you and yours. And don't ever think 1hat he will not be aware ot your hearty co-operation. BETTY HKAINKUI.). Say Nothing Dear "Worried": Since your wife does not appreciate your frankness do not tell her. I believe your version of these dates is truthful and that they are unimportant to you other than from a business standpoint. Therefore, in your case, it would be nearer "the truth 1 ' for you to sayjioth- Harvest Home At Clearspring Parish Harvest Home Service will be held this Sunday in the three congregations of the Clearspring Lutheran Parish. There will be displays of flowers, fruits and vegetables to represent the in-gathering of harvest time and to remind the members of the spiritual significance of the ingathering of souls. The sermon theme will be "Reapers All." This is the second service in a series of eleven special Sundays from September 24 to December 3 of "Loyalty and Evangelism." Each Sunday presents a different phase of the work of the church. The Harvest service will be 9 o'clock at St. Peter's in Clear- spring; 10:30 o'clock at Mt. Tabor at Fairview and 7:30 o'clock fit St. Paul's, Western Pike. The Rev. Luther Hare is pastor. The public is invited to attend these services. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON •^—» Scripture—Matthew 1 and 2 m—————* By Alfrttf J. Bw*clt«r Party Held At Trego For 17th Birthday Mr and Mrs. Olin Grimm, of Trego, entertained a number of friends and relatives at a party in honor of the seventeenth birthday of their son, Arthur. Decorating the table was a cake topped with 17 candles surrounded by smaller cakes. String music for the evening was furnished by Johnny Smith, Roy Holmes, Leroy Holmes and Leo Coyle. Arthur was the recipient of many gifts. Those present were: Doris Slifer, Ruth Slifer, Miriam Rice, Elinor Mullendore, Starlem Norris, Dorine Norris, James Stule, Evelyn Long, Leo Coyle, Dorothy Coyle, Elizabeth Hose, Evelyn Holmes, Preston Buck, Arthur Grimm. Leroy Holmes, Gerald Holmes, Leon Slifer, James Cochran, Goldie Long, William Gloss, Virginia Leslie, Susan Leslie, Homer Grimm, Ethel Grimm, .James Coyle, Leon Smith, Naomi Hines, Johnny Smith, Catherine Grimm, Edith Long, Richard Gloss, Rodney Slifer, Alice Gloss, Danny Gloss, Donald Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Keedy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slifer, Mr. and Mrs. George Hines, Mrs. Anna Phillips, Miss Maud Gloss, Mrs. Blanche Wagner, Mrs. Maud Leslie, Harry Gloss, Seymour Gloss and C. D. Gloss. When King Herod realized that the Wise Men had gone home another way after worshipping the Infant Jesus, he was angry anfl ordered all babies in Bethlehem under two to be killed. But Joseph was warned in a dream to take the Young Child and His mother and flee into Egypt, where many Jews fled at that time when they were persecuted in their own land. Then Herod died and his son, Archelaus, reigned in his stead; and Joseph was again told by an angel of God to go back to Israel; but he was afraid and so went to Nazareth to live. "And the Child grevr, and waxed strong in spirit, and was in the deserts till the day of His shewing unto Israel," says the Disciple Luke, telling of the childhood of Jesus. (GOLDEN TEXT—Matthew 1:23) SUNDAY IN THE LOCAL First Brethren Antietam and Mulberry Rev. Wm. H. Beachler, D. D. Pastor Sunday School fl:::0 o'clocl Morning- Service 10:4.> o'clocl "The Kxaltc-d Christ." Holv Communion at 3 P. if. an 7 P. M. Mid-week service "Wed. 7:30 P. M. Christ Reformed W. Franklin St. Rev. H. A. Fesperman, D. D., Paste Sunday School ... Promotion Day. Morning 1 Service . 9:30 o'clock 11:00 o'clock Communion. : Service 7:30 o'clock Communion. It took a special act of Congress n 1SG1 to give Mary Edwards Walker, a dress reformer, the legal •iftht to dress in male attire. E v e n i n j Holy St. John's Episcopal S. Prospect and Antietam Sta. Rev. Walter Byron Stehl, D. D., Rector Church School 9:45 o'clock Morning- Services S:00 & 11:00 o'clock Evening- Service 7:30 o'clock Services Wed. and Fri. 10 A. M. Washington Sq. Methodist Washington Ave., "at the Square' Rev. John E. hort, pastor. Church School :"• :4. r i o'clock -Morning- Worship 11:00 o'clock livening- Worship .... 7:30 o'clock Prayer and Praise Service will Vie held on Wednesday evening- at 7:30 o'clock. ng about them. I say this because pparently, whatever you say puts ;ilse ideas in your wife's head. The only basis of love and con- Ideuces between husband and wife s founded upon truth. This is so C telling the truth is a simple mater—but in your case it is not. To irrive at truth between two people t. has not only to be told by one nit told .so that it will be umler- tood and believed. Therefore un- il your wife believes you. say noth- ng. Should she lind out tell her on concealed the information from er to protect her from herself and er petty jealousy. Bl-JTTY BRATNERD. The Salvation Army 326 Weit Washington Street Major Amel Shultz, Pattor Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock V. P. Service* 6:30 o'clock Evening 1 Service 7-45 o'clock Assemblies of God (Bethel) Howard and Spruce 8ts. Rev. Ralph Jeffrey, Paitor •unday School 9 MO o'clock Morning Service Evening Service 11:00 o'clock 7:30 o'clock Gospel Tabernacle Pentecost Rosa and Lanvale Strtttt Rev. G. W. Gross, Pastor Sunday School 9:4a o'clock livening 1 Service 7:30 o'clock Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 P. AL If you wish help with your prob- ems write to Betty Brainercl. All onimunieations confidential. — $60 ladison Avenue, New York. The Infancy of Jesus HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON S-3O Zion Reformed N. Potomac St. Rev. Scott R. Wagner, D. D., Patter Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning 1 Services 8:-!.' & 11:00 o'clock Grace United Brethren Corner W. Church and Winter SU. Rev. G. I. Rider, Paitor Sunday School OH." o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock "(iDcl's .Leadership." r. K 6:30 o'clock Evening- Service 7:?.0 o'clock "The Prolit <>£ '.todliness." By 3YEWMAX CA3IPBELL (The International Uniform Lesson on the above topic for October 1 is Matthew 1 and 2. the Golden Text being Matthew 1:23. "And they shall call His name Emmanuel, which being: interpreted is, God with us." LAST WEEK we studied the sayings of Isaiah which heralded the coming of the Messianic King 1 . Today we begin a new study of Jesus' life and the times in which He lived. You remember that at the time of His birth three wise men traveled to Jerusalem'asking, "Where is He that is born King of the Jews, for we have seen His Star in the east, and have come to worship Him"? That made Herod, the king, very curious and also very suspicious, for he was a jealous person v always very much afraid someone was going to snatch his throne from him. Family troubles had made him more suspicious than he was by nature, and when he was angry and believed people were plotting against him he was very cruel. He had had his own wife killed, and he had loved her dearly, the history books tell us. After her death he had also had some of her sons executed. Plots to Kill Him So when he heard of the Baby Boy who was called "King of the JG.WS." he immediately began to plot to get rid of Him He pretended to be very much interested in Him. and asked the wise men to let him know when they found the Child, that he, too, might worship Him. However, the wise men really <.vere wise, and besides, an angel warned them that Herod meant no good to the Infant Jesus, so. instead of going home by way of Jerusalem, they went another way. Of course Herod soon realized that they had tricked him, so just to make sure no child grew up to supplant him. he ordered all children under two years old in the City of Bethlehem killed. But again he was frustrated. the father, and told him to take his family and go quickly into Egypt, a land that was not so far away, but that many Jews went there when they were persecuted in their own country. After the Holy Family had lived in Egypt a while the angel came again to Joseph and told him that Herod was dead and he was to return to Israel. Joseph did as he was told, but when he reached his own land he found that one of Herod's sons. Archelaus. was the ruler and even with the angel's assurance, he was frightened, so he settled in Nazareth, which fulfilled the prophet's saying. "He shall be called a Nazarene." And there the child Jesus grew to manhood, "waxed strong in spirit." as St. Luke puts it- Ideal for New Religion There were a number of factors in the life of the time in which Jesus lived that made it ideal for Him to preach this new gospel of love and peace. The Jews were ruled by the Romans. Herod had made it a point to keep the friendship of the Romans, who had put him in his position Under Augustus Caesar law and order were restored to the land, and peace reigned. National and racial hatreds and jealousies were broken down Men were interested in education and things of the spirit, ready to listen to a new religion. The Greek language was used and understood almost everywhere in Chirst's day. and as Christ's religion needed to be| written to spread, this language.! which was considered the very! best in which to express ideas/ was an ideal medium in which to write it. The Jews, although they were' always back-sliding from their i faith, believed in one supreme! God of justice and love, and so were prepared to embrace this faith and to spread it over the land. People, however, were no more moral in the days of Jesus than they are today. In fact, many were very immoral, and needed just this message to open their eyes to the spiritual things of life. Church of God 628 Salem Ave. Earl E. Marquiss, Pattor Sunday'School 0::'.() o'clock Morning 1 Service 10:4f> o'clock V. P. Service 7:1 fi o'clock Evening: Service S:00 o'clock Church Xi.ght, W>rt. S r. M. St. John's Lutheran S. Potomac St. J. Edw. Harms, D. D., Pattor Sunday School fi :;{0 o'clocl Morning- Service 11:00 o'clock Holy Communion. Luther I.estgruo G:30 o'clock Kvpning- Service 7:^0 o'clock Holy Communion. First Baptist W. Washington St. Rev. P. B. Wellington, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Y. P. Service 6:15 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Praver Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. Howard St. Methodist Howard and Chestnut Sta. Rev. Joseph T. Riley, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Evening 1 Service 7:30 o'clock United Brethren In Christ Corner Locust and Antietam Sts, Rev. Charles L. Herr, Pattor Sunday School !>:30 o'clock Morning: Service 10:30 o'clock "A Mind to Work." T. P. Service 6:45 o'clock Evening- Service 7:30 o'clock "The Prodigal Son." SI id-week service Wed. 7:30 P. M. Church of. the Nazarene West Side Ave. and Church St. Rev. C. L. Arnold, Pastor Sunday Schocl 9:4» o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock "i. P. Service 6:45 o'clock Evening Service 7:45 o'clock Volunteers of America 76 Madison Ave. W. Sylcox in Charfe Rev. .1. .>*. CrofthYvhllt, S. S. Supt. Boys' C. C. L. Tuesday 7 P. M. Girls' C. C. L. Thursday 7 P. M. Sunday School 2:30 o'clock St. Mark's Lutheran Washington Squart Rev. Roy L. Sloop, Pattor JToly Communion .... S:0d o'clock Sunday School !>::'.0 o'clock Morning Service 10:4. r > o'clock Holy Communion and Sermon by "Dr. S. K. Anther League 6:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Sermon by Pr. George Bowers*. Services SVed.. S P. M.. Dr. O. P. Bhu-kwelder will preach. Friday, .!•'. M., Dr. A. J. Traver wi'll i roach. St. Mary's Catholic West Washington St. Rev. Fr. J. Francis Leary, Paator Masses Sunday Morning 1 7:00, 8:00. 9:00. 10:30 o'clock Ivening- Devotions .... 7:30 o'clock St. Paul's U. B. Franklin and Locust Stt. Rev. F. Berry Plummer, D. 0. Pastor ndfiy School 0:4." o'clock Morning- Service 11:00 o'clock K. Societies 0:30 o'clock Evening 1 Service 7:30 o'clock Trinity Lutheran Potomac St. and Randolph Ave. J. S. Simon, D. D., Paitor lunday School 9:30 o'clock lorning- Service 11 :'if» o'clock '. P. Service 6:30 o'clock veninff Service 7:30 o'clock **And they shall call His name Emmanuel, which bein^ interpreted, is: God with us."—Matthew 1:23. Emmanuel U. B. Summit Ave. and Howard St. Rev. Paul E. Holdcraft, D. D. Pastor nnday School fliSO o'clock Morning- Service 10:30 o'clock Holy Communion. Dr. Slunley B. AVilliams. * T. P. Service G :30 o'clock vftiiinjy .Service 7:^0 o'clock Holv Communion. .Mid-week Service Wed. 7:30 P. M. Seventh Day Adventist Mulberry Ave., and McComat St. W. R. Riston, Pastor Sabbath School. Saturday. 9:45 o'clock. Alornina: Service. Saturday. 11:00 o'clock. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:45 M. Millers Tabernacle Pentecost 1100 West Washington St. Rev. W. A. Miller, Pastor School ....... 10:00 o'clock oninR Service ...... 7:45 o'clock Prayer find Praise service Thursay evening of each week at 7:45 'clock. The Church of God Rev. F. H., Pastor Summit Ave, and Baltimore St. Sunday Schoo! 9:45 o'clock Morning- Service 10:4.". o'clock V. P. Service ti:45 o'clock Evening- Service 7:30 o'clock Church JS'ig-ht Wed. 7:30. St. Paul's Evangelical Cor. High and Franklin Sti. Rev. Walter J. Dice, Paitor .Sunday School D:?,0 o'clock Morning: Service 10:30 o'clock Kvcning- Service 7:30 o'clock Presbyterian Washington and Prospect St». William S. Hess, D. D., Paitor Sunday School 0:45 o'clock .Morning- Service 11:00 o'clock "The Lord's Supper." C. K 8:30 o'clock Prayer service Wed. 7:30 P. M. Union Chapel Corbett Street Morning Service 10:45 O'clock Kvcning Service 7:30 O'clock Sunday School 2:30 o'clock Cottage Prayer Meeting every Thursday. RCHES Christian Science Society ;< 235 N. Potomac St. T Sunday School 9:4,5 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock " Subject: UNREALITY. •-•? Golden Text: Proverbs 13:7. There is that maketh himself rich, yet hath nothing: there is that maketh himself poor, yet hath great'-', riches. Heading room, 235 North Potomac St., open Monday and Friday. 2:30 to 4:30, where the Bible and th« r Christian Science textbook, by Mary Baker Kddy, may be read, pur- ' chased or borrowed. First Christian South Potomac St. Rev. Wm. M. Norment, Pastor : Morning Service 9:30 o'clock "Motives For- Progress." Sunday School 10:30 o'clock Promotion Day. Int. & Y. P. Service ... 6:30 o'clocM Evening Service 7:30 o'clod •• Miss Ida Mae Irvin, speaker. :*~ W. M. S. Wed. 7:30 P. M. ,.';;. St. Paul's Methodist N. Potomac St. Rev. J. E. Kemp Horn, Paster .;-; Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Holy Communion. Epworth. league 6:30 o'clock."' Evening Service' 7:."50 o'clock " "The Need For These Times." -.:;v.' Mid-week services Wed. 7:30 P. it,.-. Church of the Brethren E. Washington and Mulberry Stt,..-.;. Rev. A. M. Dixon, Pastor ;*_f. Sunday School -3:45 o'clock Morning Ser\*ice 11:00 o'clock 1. P. Service 6:15 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Berean Bible Studv and Praver Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. Second Brethren . ^;; 835 Spruce Strett Rev. Roy S. Long, Pastor ; Sunday Schocjj D : go o'clock, -. Morning Service 10:45 o'clock" ^~ "Temptation and its Wav of Es-' r ---" cape." " ; --„" Evening Service 7:30 o'clock"'"Clod's Method of Fighting Sin." "-•'Bible Study at home of Wm. H. Bowers, cor. S. Potomac and Sow- "" ard Sts. •- -' Second Christian Church ,,.: 65 W. North St. -'i rtev. W. H. Taylor , Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Sunday School 3:00 o'clock'": Y. P. Service 7:30 o'clock'' Evening Service S:00 o'clock Asbury Methodist Jonathan, near Church St. Rev. W. S. Jackton, Pastor : Sunday Schot-i 9:30 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock "Ready But Waiting." Evening Service S:00 o'clock " "Survive or Perish." " Ebenezer A. M. : 40 W. Bethel St. < REV. P. A. W1LSOX. PASTOR : Sunday School 2:30 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock « Evening Service S:00 o'clock''••"'' Zion Baptist Jonathan and Bethel Sts. Rev. Charles P. Comer, Pastor Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Sundav Schoo". 2:00 o'clock Y. P. Service 6:45 o'clock Evening Service X:00 o'clock SUNDAY IN COUNTY AND SUBURBAN CHURCHES SH1LOH 0. B. CHURCH, Rev. S. R. Andrews, pastor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock V. P. Society 7:00 o'clock livening- Service 7:4"i o'clock ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH, Williamsport. Rev. W. C. Huddle, Pastor: Sunday School .... Morning- Service .. Holy Communion. Y. P. Service Kvfning 1 Sorvico .., Holy Communion "The Snll of the Karth." 9:30 o'clock 10:30 o'clock 6:30 o'clock 7:30 o'clock FAIRPLAY CIRCUIT OF THE CHURCH OF GOD. Rev. Clarence McGaha, Pastor: FA I KPT-AY — Bible School '. 3:00 o'clock Evening Service 7:,"0 o'clock Prayer service Thurs. 7:T>0 P. M. r.OOUST VALLEY— Rible School 9:30 o'clock Worship ]0::>0 o'clock Special services Monday through Thursday. CHRIST EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCH, Cavetown, Md., Rev. Edward T. Plitt, Pastor: Sunday School 10:1." o'clock Morning- Sorvice :»:1."> o'clock Y. P. Service 7:30 o'clock WILLIAMSPORT METHODIST CHURCH, East Church St., Rev. Robert H. Hiller. Pastor: Sunday School .' 9:30 o'clock Morning Service .... 10:30 o'clock "Koll'ixv ihe Xoblcst Personality." V. P. Service ti:3o o'clock tlv*»ning Service 7:30 o'clock "In T IIP < i;ir<l>Mi." Prayer meeting Wod. 7:30 P. M. MT. TAB OR LUTHERAN CHURCH. Fairview, Md., (Clear- spring Parish.) Luther L. Hare, Pastor: Sunday School 0:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Harvest Home. Y. P. Service 6:20 o'clock P.ible School . . . Morning Service r. 1-: H KMS VOI. Ai:ii,l.- school ... < \ K Worsh ip THE CHURCH OF GOD. Chestnut Grove, Md.. Rev. G. R. Taylor. Pastor: ! Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Service C:3n o'clock CHURCH OF THE UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST. Boonsboro Charge, R. L. Stin.e, Pastor: BOONSHOUO— 9:30 o'clock ! Y. I Id:.".() o'clock' Kvcning Service 7 ::'.<> o'clock G:".o o'clock j Praver service Thurs.. 7:30 P. M. I " f.:.tft -.'clock j THE CHURCH OF GOD. Zfttles- 7-30 o'clock! town. Rev. G. R, Taylor. Pastor. Sunday School 9:30 o'clock r.ihK- School MT l.KNA — !>ih]p School W 10:00 o'clock 1 :"0 o'clock M<-rnincr Service 10:30 o'cloc Praver Service. Wed.. 7:30 P. M. ST. PAUL'S REFORM ED CHURCH, Western Pike, near Clearspring, Md., Rev. J. W Huffman, Pastor: Sunday School 0:30 o'clock Holy Communion 10;:{(i o'clock Y. P. Service 6:30 o'clock CL-UUST REFORMED CHURCH, ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, Clsarspring, Md.. Luther L. Hare, Pastor: Sunday S'-hool 10:00 o'clock Morning Service 1.1:00 o'clock Jl:irvcst. Homo. Y/. P. Service 6:30 o'clock CHEWSVJLLE U. B. CHURCH. Rev. E. R. Andrews, Pastor: Sunday School P:30 o'clock Morning Sorviro 10:30 o'clock Holy Communion. Y. P. Service 6:-l."> o'clock ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Western Pike, (Clear- spring Parish.) Luther L. Hare. Pastor: Sunday School f':30 o'clock Y. P. Sorvic,- fi:30 o'clock Evening- Service 7:CO o'clock Harvest. H..JIK-. THE LEITERSBURG LUTHERAN- PARISH, 1. D. Worman. Pastor: ST. P.M'L'S— ><-k : TRINITY CHURCH OF UOI). Mt. Briar. Rev, Gardner R. Taylor. Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o clock Prayer Service. Wed., 7:30 P. M. REFORMED CHURCH, i AIT Boonsboro. Rev. Addison H. ' Groff. Pastor: Sunday School 0:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:i,~t o'clock "Sins of th<* 2"th Conturv." Sunday School Sunday School ll.-illy Pay. w-.rsli'ifi V E R N O N . 9:30 o'clock 10:3(1 o'clock o'clock •or •k REFORMED CHURCH. Ker.dysville, Rev. Ad- dipon H. Groff, Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Snarpsburg. Rev. Groff. Pastor: PI veiling Service -.. "Our Fear-Hidden Addison H. .. 7:30 o'clock Age." CHURCH OF GOD, Blue Mountain- Mt. Lena Circuit, Rev. Preston Lucas, Pastor: BLUE MOUNTAIN— Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning- service ]o : oo o'clock Y. P. C. E 7:30 o'clock Prayer Meeting 1 and Bible Study Wednesday. 7:30 P. M. MT. LENA — I'rTiclMns 7:30 o'clock P.v Rev. Lucas. SALEM EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Bakersville. Harry M. Young, pas'.or: Sunday School 2:4:. o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock S EVANGELICAL ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH, town. Rev. Harry M. Pastor: Funks- ST. JAMES BRETHREN Church Lydia. Maryland, "W. S. Baker, pastor: Sunday school 9:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Morning service at St. James. Evening- service at Tilg-hmanton. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, GreenJburg, Md., Rev. Max Huddle, Pa>tor: Sunday School 0:00 o'clock Morning Service 10:00 o'clock Celebration of the Holy Communion. Young. TRINITY U. B.. State Line, Pa., ~ N. W. Brechbiel, Minister: ' ''" * Sunday School 9:30 o'clock" Morning Service .. . 10:30 o'clock"Broken Altars Rebuilt." . '' Christian Endeavor ... 6:30 o'clock ' Evening Service 7:30 o'clock ^ "The Dang-er of the Short Cut." -C- Mid-week prayer meeting:,- 7:30 > P. M. Harvey Lingranfelter. elder,;'' leader, in charge of the meeting 1 , *,»,. CHRIST EVANGELICAL " Sii!id:iy School Morning Service j Inly t "om::u::i ion. Y. P. Service ICvt-ning Service ... AND. REFORMED CHURCH. Funks-" town, Md.. Edward T. Plitt. Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock f,::50 o'clock] Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Communion Service, [0:4.-. o'clock •j:30 o'clock 7:30 o'clock Holy UNION MEETING HELD AT CHURCH Mrs. Frank Wroe. The subject of • the meeting was "State Mission,'*- r with prayer by Mrs. J. C, Mowen.;,.. • Maryland. My Maryland. Mrs. AC ; H. Sherman; Work Among Ne-* ; grocs in Baltimore. Mrs. J. C. MIDULETOWN U. B. CHARGE. Middletown: Sunday School 0:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock I'LKASAXT VALf.KY V,. R — Sunday School 2:tn> o'clock Worship Si--r\ ice 3:00 o'clock TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH.. Smithsburg. Md.. Rev. Max Hud- * CHURCH die. Pastor: Sunday School 9:00 o clock ... S:"<t o'clock . . 7::U» o'clock I ST. JOHN'S REFORMED i CHURCH, Clearspring, Md.. ; Rev. J. W. Huffman, Pastor: j Sunday School J>:30 o'clock \ Morning Service 10:30 o'clock ' Evening Service 7:30 o'clock j Services by Young People, j ST. PAUL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Smithsburg, Md., Joseph T. Riley, nastor: Sunday School ^:"0 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock OF GOD. Brunswick. Md.. Rev. John F. Myers, pastor: chlirch RROWNSV1LLK CHURCH THE BRETHREN. Roy K. ler, Pastor: • nndnv Serxtce* OF Mil- P. Service . . . ening Service Sunday .school 10:00 o'clock \ Kveuing Service 7:30 o'clock < V)wniu:iif>n service. Prayer Meeting Wed. night, 7:50. i for an angel appeared to Joseph, Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc. THE CHURCH fording. Rev. pastor: Sunday School . . Tii> O r GOD. Broad John F. Myers. r>:30 o'rjnok v s. r.isrht, 7:30. K CHURCH OF GOD, Antietam. Md.. Rev. John F. Myers, pastor: Sunday School ^:SO o'clock Nt'Tnirtsr Servie* 10:*o ^'cl^ck T'iM" Study Thurs. night, 7:.'>0. :• :."><> at We.«t Brownsville. r»:-t."> at Brownsville. :<:l.~, at South P>ro\\ nsville. Morning Worship at Brownsville t HIM:.. Mer.'s Work meeting at 2 P. M. Thin «r? Fir??." Kv;ir>sre!i;=!io at 7:3<\ each nigh* Th" Women's Missionary Union of ;h« First Baj^tist Church held its regular monthly meetine: at the, -, ,- chur-ii Thnrsrtav ni^ht with Miss! en : Foreigners, Mrs. H. L. Kemp;, -; Helen Emmert'in charge. Open-j jews - ^ iss Estelle Young; Imtni-"' : inc the program were several j f ams > ^ X*W Rebeck; En- so'nss The watch word was re-1 ^tment, Mrs. E. M. Tenney; pray-.. peated in unison, "Labor Together <*. Mrs. Smith; children, Mrs. E -• ' with God" and "The Love of Christ Const raineth Vs." which was followed with prayer by Mrs. Harry Rhubeck. The Ruth King Circle presented the following skit. "The Ladies' Excuses." Th^ cast included: Mrs. Indifference. Miss Mary Eakle; Mrs. Ignorance. Mrs. Howard Riter.our: Mrs. Too-Busy, Mrs. Fred Pet-rman; Mrs. Timid. Mrs. F^rl R. Hammond; personal service. Mrs. J. P. Richards; tithing, Mrs Fred White and prayer time, Mrs, W. A. Menefee. The meeting wai closed with song, "Take Time Tc Be Holy." Refreshments irerf served by the Judson Circle. Group meeting will he hel<T »f Brunswick on October 5. The oldest dos in the -world If r: Mrs. Nowhere To Go, Mrs. said to be a cattle dog own«d "by f Rav Mrs. Sensitive, Mrs. Eiwood Craft, and Mr?. Tightwad, is 2fi years old. resident of victoria, Australia., If,

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