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Frederick, Maryland
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The County Churches : lours Of Worship In (Continued From Page 2) ·.m. Church School; 11 a.m., Worship Full Gospel Chur?h CatocUn Furnace - Rev. Arnold Gooden: 11 a.m., Morning Worship; 10 a.m., Sunday School, 6;30 p m.. Youth Service; 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service; Wed, 8 p.m.. Midweek Service; Sat 7:30 p.m., Fellowship Service. Mt Airy Mennonite Churcb Watersville Rd. -- Rev I S Martin; 10 a.m., Sunday School; 11 am.. Worship; 7:30 p.m., second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Pt. of Rocks Assembly of God - ^ f v Mary E. Kibbe, Rev. Phyllis M. Angus; 9.45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 am., Morning Worship; 7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service; Wed., 7:30 p m Mid Week Service. Damascus Assembly of God, Rsute-- 10ft-- Rev. Carl I. Kipp: 10 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship; 6 p.m., Young Peoples' Service; 7 Evangelistic Serv'ce: 7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer Service. Pt. of Rocks Kingdom Hall Jehovah Witness-- Marvin Hurt, Presiding Minister, 9:30 a m Public Talk; 10:30 a.m. Watchtower Study. Graceham Moravian -- Rev. Emit P. Simon pastor; 9:30 a. m.. Church School, 10:30 a.m., Worship. Bible School Is Conducted At Purdum A Vacation Bible School was i ·"Id recently at the Pleasan* ! Grove Community Church o f i Purdum. The chairman of the program \ was Mrs. Violet A. Washing-! ton, and the co chairman, Mrs. Patricia D. Hubbard. Monday theme: "Our Great God" led by Mrs. Patricia HU.J- ', bard. Tuesday theme: "Our God ' Never Changes" led by , Mi--..\ Patsy Hawkins, followed by a | duet by Mrs. Amanda Lyles, i Miss Gloria Lyles and, Patricia Hubbard Mrs. need Piney Creek Presbyterian -Rev. William O. Yates 9:30 a m., Worship, 10 a.m., Church School Taneytown United Presbyterian -- 8:45 a.m., Sunday School; 9:45 a.m.. Worship. Emmitsburg United Presbyterian ..-- Supply preacher: 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Worship. Brunswick Christian and Missionary Alliance -- Pastor Ray mond W. Schnek Jr.: 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Worship; 6:30 pm., Youth Fellowship; 7:30 p.m., Family Hour; Wed., 7:30 p.m., Prayer Service and Bible Study Mt. Airy Church of Christ -ill Main Street: 10 a.m. Bible Study; 11 a.m., Worship Service, 7 p.m., Evening Worship; Thurs., 8 p.m., Worship Service. Brunswick First Baptist -- nev Leonard D. Carmack: 9:30 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Warship; 6:45 p.m., Training Union; 8 p.m., Worship; 7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer Service. Shookstown Assembly of God -- Rev. Ralph Fowler: 10 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Morning Worship; Wed, 7:45 p.m., Bible Study and Prayer; Fri., 7:45 p.m., Bible Stu-ly. Prayer. Bartholows Pentecostal Church -- Rev. Arthur C. Baugher, Pastor: 10 a.m., Sunday School; 7:45 p.m., Evangelistic Services, Thurs., Prayer Service. Rocky Springs Union Church -- Rev. Ralph E. White: 3 p.m., Sunday School. Brunswick Assembly of God 9:30 a.m., The Church In Tabernacle -- Rev John Baker: Training; 10:45 a.m., The Church In Worship; 7:30 p.m.. The Church's Outreach, 7:30 p. m., Wed., The Church in Pray er. Hyattstown Christian Church -- Rev. A. H. Tisdall; 10 a.m., Church School; 11 a.m, Worship and Communion. Boyds Presbyterian -- Rev. Phillip J. Lee Jr.: 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Wor ship; 6:30 p.m., Youth Meetings. Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) -- Pipe Creek Meeting. Quaker Hill. Union Bridge -- Sunday, 11 a.m., Worship. Poolosville Presbyterian -- When raising children, we teach them traffic safety rules and caution them to play safely during vacation. Your doctor and dentist provide extra safety when you give the children regular checK-ups. Our Rexall Pharmacist also protects their health and safety, by exercising the greatest care in filling their prescription orders. P H A R M A C Y Mercer's Drug Store HIKE D K I J V E K Y MO 3-3*11 Wrsl Third And North Markrt St*. thee." Wednesday theme: "Our Great God Has A Plan" led by Mrs. Violet Washington, followed with a piano recital by-, Miss Renee Hawkins "Sweet Hour of Prayer," and "Rock i of Ages." Ending with, remarks i and a prayer by the Rev. Gra- i ham, pastor of the church. ! Thursday theme: "Our Great I God Knows Us" led by, Mrs. Violet Washington. A solo by. Miss Mary Dorsey "Come tO| Jesus" and, "Love Lifted me." j Friday theme: "Our Great God Draws Us to Him" led by, Mr. George Lyles. Our closing program was led by the Junior class. Arts and Crafts was shown by each group. There were 80 enrolled. Refreshments were served for all Better Sunday Schools Sought By All Churches POSTPONED DEDICATORY services foi Mount Bethel Church at Foxville, re-built following a disastrous fire on Christmas Day, Re-Scheduled Dedication Of Bethel Church Sunday will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Delay in completing reconstruction forced parishioners to re-schedule the rites. Quartet Sings Sunday At Mount View Church Dedicatory services of Mount Teachers and helpers were; Bethel Church at Foxville have district superintendent, and cne; The Pine Ridge Quartet from I Spartensburg, N. C. will visit ! the Mount View Methodist Dr. Raymond C. Rhoderick, | church Sunday, 10 a.m. Mrs. Hester Dorsey, Mrs. Fran- been re-scheduled for Sunday pa f, tor ;, the Rev - Arthur Wood , ces Randolph, Mrs. Allie Zeig-, at ? . 0 n m ler, Mrs. Ann Hoy, Miss Joyce; * P 7-igler, Miss Gloria Lyles Th * serv ' c « s ', wm ° n T T' Mrs. Patsy Hawkins * Mrs ^ mally scheduled for July Amanda Lvles Lyles, Mrs Sterlin- Cancelled d " e .f°. the '"comple tlon of the building which was church is located on Route wm"officiaVat'the"cerernonie7! 123 from Damascus or Hyatts- Special music will be furnish-1 town, Purdum. which were ore d by the church choir. The The Rev. Eugene Lawson is were public is invited. | pastor. The public is invited. in the sanctuary of the church last Christmas Day. A historical booklet has been published and is available upon request for a donation covering the cost of printing. It traces the history of the church from its founding in 1836 to the present. The original building was of chestnut logs and is still referred to as "Chestnut Bethel" Church. The log structure was replaced in 1901 by a frame structure. The church had been brick- cased in 1964 and undergone ,,*,,),,.. extensive remodeling prior to Ulll4(. I - - - End Mrs. Violet Washington Homecoming Day Sunday At Hopehill Three services will feature the annual Homecoming Day of Hopehill Methodist Church Sunday. The program will be -..^ ., ... , , - .. . , ., the leadership of Mrs Delores the f l r e which necessitated the Brown and Floyd Brown is the. c u r r e n t re - DUlldin 8 program. CHURCH BULLETIN THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Saturday, September 2, 1967 Page 3 co-chairman. Speaker at the 11 a.m. serv : ce will be the Rev. Geraldine Davis. The Hopehill Junior Choir will sing. The Rev. Philip Davis will speak at the 3 p.m. meeting! and there will be music by the choir of Mount Calvary Baptist Church. At the 7 p.m. services, t h e ; Rev. Alonzo Gahan will preach ind the music will be by the Friendship Chorus. Carroll County Churchwomen Move To Aid Jail Prisoners Middletown Action was taken at the Board of Managers meeting of United the "Trick or Treat" UNICEF which is to be for held Church Women of Carroll Coun- in most of the popluated parts ty to consult the sheriff as to of the county. Mrs. William P. what can be done to improve Nvce is . general chairman of i i Vip oroiGct trie leicilitcs for woin^tt snH I f \*jc\.t«. , .. , . ., _, ,, ' World Community Day will children at the Carroll county j be sponsored by all areas on J a 'l- Nov. 3 using the theme, "Who The meeting was held at St. Shall Separate Us". Sewing kits Paul's United Church of Christ, I for presentetion on this day A meeting of the Youth Coun- Westminster, with the presid- may be picked up at the Church New Year NEW YORK (AP) -- Church leaders today widely lament the! lack of adequate teaching of the j faith to the young. ' "Amateurish," critics call the ' present methods. "Piecemeal and shallow." "Overly sectarian." But efforts are being made to do a better job. At an interdenominational conference last month in Hillsboro, N.H. experts suggested that separate church schools be replaced, or at least supplemented, by joint, comprehensive religious instruction, possi- j bly operated in conjunction with public school systems. Noting the sharp contrast be-1 tween irregular, weekend Sunday School classes and steady secular education, a Protestant teacher, Mrs. Percel O. Alston of Broonall, Pa., said: "We; couldn't expect to teach a child reading or mathematics if we saw him only once every week or two and weren't expected to give him any work to do outside that hour." "But that's the way we run our church schools," she added, i Among Roman Catholics, the Rev. John LaBrake of Swanton, Vt., said that even in parochial j schools, which enroll about half of Catholic children, religious · instruction is inadequate. "In our Catholic schools we do j a better job of teaching algebra j than we do of teaching religion," he said. Increasing concern has been voiced about the matter, among i Protestants, Jews and Cathol- j ics, with many groups overhaul- i ing their curriculum materials | to try to refine the religious | teaching techniques. Altogether, about 47 million j American youngsters attend j weekly church school classes, | including 42 million Protestants j and Orthodox children, 300,000! Jews and 5 million Roman Cath-1 olics who go to public schools. ' In any case, the quality of the j results comes in for criticism, with various surveys disclosing big gaps in r e l i g i o u s understanding among youths. At a recent Methodist conference in Seattle, the Rev. Dr. Mack B. Stokes Jr., of Atlanta's Candler School of Theology, said church education fails to provide a reliable religious foundation. He said church i schools are "not playing fair [ and square with our young peo- ' pie but are sending them to college utterly unprepared" re- i garding basic Biblical ideas, i with the result that many b.j-1 come skeptical and lose faith. j Numerous church leaders and j educators lately have been pressing for inclusion of courses about religion in the public schools, on an impartial basis, as sanctioned in recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions. Experimental programs of this kind are going on in some communities, but a major hurdle has turned out to be a dearth of teaching personnel qualified to handle such courses. Father LaBrake said religious bodies should work together in providing sufficient money co obtain competent teachers for a nonsectarian teaching program of such caliber that it "will stand on its own merits." HAIR STYLIST OPENS SHOP IN CLARKSBURG MARY QUINTER A professional in beauty culture for 20 years and nationally known as Leanet's cordially invites you to her new beauty salon on Route 355 just North of Route 121 at the intersection. Phone 948-6530 Please visit with me and see your new shop on Sunday, Sept. 3,1967 From 10 To 7 I personally present complete and convenient beauty services for a lovelier and good looking you at prices you can afford. MAAS OPTICIANS GLAMORIZE YOUR GLASSES WITH MODERN STYLE FRAMES We Are Equipped To Fill Any Eyeglass Precriotion ZENITH HEARING AIDS--EtES EXAMINED REPAIRS WHILE YOI T WAI'l CONTACT LENSES ..ifle Scope SiflM*-- Bautch A Lento BIMculan Save The Pieces 5 West Second St. MO 2-1451 The oublic U 'invite t« - M sellers and Luther League of- f»t. Mrs. Frank Greenwood, of j World Service Center, at N e w ; ine public is invited to ail {icerg of Zlon C h u r c h of Mid . Sykesville presiding. -- · services. -v Timothv W T - V . A I I I I U U I ^ W. 1 . ! m.. Church School, '·Vorship. dletown will be held in the basement assembly room Sunday i..- at 7:30 p.m. to complete plan- 7 . ^J - - 11 a.m. Sugar Loaf Mountain munity Chapel -- Rev. Brown, ship. pastor: )2 noon, Wor As a result of recent news- The next meeting of the Board paper articles deploring the of Managers will be held at plight of a woman confined to the Church World Service cent- ning for the year's program, the jail members of the Social er on Nov. 30 at which time! The Luther League year will Action Committee took her, the members will have an on- open with an afternoon and sheets and other supplies and portunity to see the Christmis evening retreat on Sept. 24, and wer e instrumental in securing display of gifts at the Inter- th e Leagues w i l l mee. on the her release. The committee will national Gift Shop, second and fourth Sundays of cor| t ln ue work in this area. The annual meeting will be each month thereafter at' 7:.50 plans were also discussed for heiu at the same place on Jan. 25, at which time a vote will be taken to change the name of the organization to the Carroll County Church Women United. This change is in line with action which has already taken place at the national level. p.m. THE T R A I N E E CLASS of the Bethel Bible Program at Zion Calvary Bible. Gambrill Park Church w '" b ° 8 ' n its wcekly Rd.--Rev. Ralph C Echer: 9.45 sessions in the Conference Room c,,.^o o u i .,, .. ~ " ~~ °f the Sunday S -hool Chapel Wors'hfp 10:45 a.m., on Wednesday-Sept. l:$. at 7:15 p.m. The 34 persons who h a v e signed for the course are asked to report then for orientation, distribution of books and materials, and organization. Z'on's annual Harvest Hoinu will be held on S'jpt. Christian-Holiness Church -near Gapland -- Rev. Daniel Blickenstaff. pastor: 10 a.m.. School; 7 p.m. p.m., Prayer Service. encouraged to procure canning Locust Valley Bethel Church J a r s al tht ' Church for the can of God Fellowship _ R ev Eu nins of vegetables and f r u i t s gene Burge: 9:30 a.m., Bible for t h e N ' a l l o n a l Lutheran Horn · School; 10:30 a.m., Worship- ^ or the Aged in connection w i t h 6:30 p.m , Teenagers Fellow- harvest home ship; 7: 0 p.m.. Worship, Pray- Fa " H a l l v er and Bible Study Wednesday p.m. HOTPOINT R E F R I G E R A T O R With Ice Maker Two Door--No Frost 14 Cu. Ft. ONLY s;5!):.oo LIBERAL TRADE ALLOWANCE WE FINANCE CENTER tkfi, 271-2700 We Service Everything Wf service Day w i l l be observed in /ion Chuivh on Sept 24 w i t h l)r Donald Z Koons. supervisor of personnel a d m i n - istration of the Frederick scho il district, as the speaker The s u m m e r schedule of -er vires a t Zion C h u r c h w i l l i i - r - clude w i t h t h i s Sunday's :···.-- vices. On Sept 10 the c h u i v h will r e t u r n i' the s.'he;!ule of one worship .service each Sun day at 10.4.") a . m . "thr* Fall P r a v e r V i ^ i l at Zion Church w i l l he held on Saturday, Sept 2.-) f r o m H .{() ;\ m t 8::0 p . m . Members of the church are asked to obligate themselves to bo present for one half hom period d u r i n g t h e 12 hours of the Vigil 1\ signin', 1 t h ? v i g i l chart i n t h e m a i n narthex of the church OPEN 'TIL 10 P.M. TONITE FINE STEAKS SEAFOOD It's a pleasure to dine out on Sunday BIFFET DINNER From 12 Noon 'Til 7 P.M. OR ORDER FROM OUR MENU w^ RESTAURANT 500 W. Patrick St GOOD USED El,EfTRIC R A N G E S 30 AND 40 INCH As Low As $49.95 HOME APPLIANCE CfNTER sitia Mcuftaq '919 , OPEN MON. « F R I . 'TIL » P.M. "36 North Market S t r e e t Phore 663 U75, F r P O e r i c k THE REWARD for acting now on the obligation to select and own your own family p l o t . . . 1. YOU SAVE MONEY 2. YOU HAVE FIRST CHOICE 3. YOU HAVE IMMEDIATE PROTECTION 4. YOU HAVE PEACE OF MIND FOREVER Fate makes no appointments. Only the deed to your own family plot can assure your family this indispensible defense against a day that comes to ail. 4 Grave Sites $300 No Interest Or Carrying Charge* EASY TERMS Beginning Sept. 4, 1966 the business office of Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Frederick. Md., will be closed every Sunday and all official holidays. By order Board of Managers. MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY A Modern--Perpetual C»re-- Non-Sectarian Community-Owned Cemetery PHONE, WRITE OR CALL ROBERT A. KLINE, Superintendent 515 S. Market St. Phone MOnument 2-1164. Frederick, Md. ^« Announcing Opening TUESDAY, SEPT. 5 GOLDEN CURL SALON 1203 East Street Phone 662-6362 For Appointment F»at Ward .Marjjarete Itrnun Good Landscaping Attracts Notice and Pays Dividends Dur professional consultants are trained to help you with your total design and landscape problems. Each overall garden design by our landscape artist encompasses, along with the selection of fine quality p'ant material, the instal- ation of patios, walks, walls, terraces, decorative fencing, garden pools and waterfall*. All For Fall Need to do something about your lawn? Not sure just what need to do? Discuss your lawn problems with us. We'll help you solve those problems, depending on tfve amount of wear and care you give your lawn. Fall is Nature'* time for mending lawns. Let it be your* also. For Complete Landscape Service Call 662-1141 Treeland Nurseries Route 10 West MO 2 - 1 1 1 1 Oprn Workdays 8 A. M. To fi IV M. -- Closrd Sundays On Labor Day we salute the laborers of America . . . Your friends at the Frederick County National Bank would like to pay tribute on thit holiday to tKe working people of our country who make industry hum, and all those who help make our wonderful country th« beautiful, prosperous land it is. We extend our best wisrves to all for a happy holiday. 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