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Rev. Edgar Scruggs To Speak At Church Of God Revival Evangelist Edgar Scruggs will speak at special evangelistic services beginning June 7 at the Frederick Church of God, 55 Winchester Street. The Rev. Scruggs has a rich glean of evangelistic endeavors having held Revival Crusades in the states of NorthDakota, Idaho, Montana, Ohio, Washington, »wa, Oklahoma, and Canada. Since coming to this area he had ministered in Kentucky, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Maryland. He is a successful evangelist in his denomination, the Church of God, and comes to share his knowledge of the Gospel with local churchgoers. Pastor L.H. Morse invites the public to attend these special services beginning June 7 thru June 14. Annual WSCS Conference Woman's Day, the annual assembly of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Baltimore Annual Conference, the United Methodist Church, was held June 4 at the Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church, Nebraska Ave., Washington, D.C. The meeting started 10 a.m. to 12:30, with luncheon being served at the Wesley Theological Seminary. A panel of women, including Mrs. Edwin A. Ross, member of the Board of Missions, explored issues facing the conference and interpreted the role of women in the church structure. The meeting was open to all interested women and local churches were urged to have representatives present. Peace Corps In Costa Rica Grace United Church of Christ of Taneytown, Rev. William F. Wiley, Pastor, will have Mrs. Sandra Wright as theguest speaker at the 10:30 a.m. service. Mrs. Wright along with her husband, Mr. Wilbur Wright, served in the Peace Corps for three years in the county of Costa Rica, in Central America. She has been working in the field of Nutrition and Child Care, while Mr. Wright has been working with the co-operatives. Colored slides will accompany the message regarding this much worthy mission. Mr. and Mrs. Wright are members of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Pleasant Valley, Maryland. Mr. George Fream will lead in the worship service and present the guest speaker. The public is invited! The Rev. William F. Wiley, Pastor of Grace United Church of Christ of Taneytown, will be attending the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Central Atlantic Conference of the United Church of Christ at Wesley College (Methodist), Dover, Del. Dorsey Church The Tristan Gospel Chorus of Dorsey United Methodist Church will render a program at Simpson United Methodist Church in New Market June 7 at 2 p.m. Sponsor of the program is Sister Mary Peach, Lay Speaker and the Pastor is The Rev. Geraldine Davis who invites, the public to attend. At 6 p.m. The Gospelettes of Buckeystown Methodist is sponsoring a program rendered by the Tri-Stan Gospel Chorus. Pastor of the Church is the Rev. H.H. Bullett, who also invites the public to attend. LEADER'S BIBLE CLASS The Leader's Bible Class of Calvary United Methodist Church held thc-iT regular morning service this past Sunday. Vice president Howard Stine presided over the service with Delmas Layman leading the class in singing and Thelma Mantz playing the piano. Ed Mantz gave the opening prayer and Robert Mullican read the Scripture responsively from the Book of Hebrews. John Englebrecht was the speaker for the class. He spoke on the subject entitled "Memorials." Norman Waltz, the secretary, reported thatthere were 61 members present compared to 67 of a year ago, and $65 was collected for the Missionary Collection. LOCUST VALLEY BETHEL The Valley Teen Crusaders of the Locust Valley Bethel Church of God, RFD 1, Middletown, will be in charge of the Sunday evening service on June 7. The service will begin at 7:30 p.m. During the service there will be special music by the young people, and a trumpet trio. The" "message 6T tFTe evening will be presented by Curt Lowry, from Hagerstown, who is a student at the Washington Bible College, Phil Moss, president of the VTC will be leading the service. We extend an invitation to all to attend. TRUTH SEEKERS The Truth Seekers Class of the Calvary United Methodist Church held its May meeting at the home of Mrs. Walter Eiker. The president, Mrs. Herman Brusta conducted the meeting. Mrs. Chris Schmitt was in charge freaking Services Held At Edgewood Church Of God The Ground breaking service for the First Church of God at Edgewood, Edgewood Church Road, Frederick County, Maryland was held Sunday morning at 11 a.m. May 31,1970. The pastor's message was based on the two builders as found in Matthew 7:24-27. He stressed the likenesses and the differences of the two builders as one built upon the solid rock and the other on the sinking sand. The work here at Edgewood was likened to that of the wise builder as we are building upon the solid Rock, our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. There was a congregation of some 250 people who assembled just west of the-parsonage to break ground for the new church building. The crowd was very enthusiastic and ready to take part in the responsive reading and the actual ground breaking ceremony. Indeed these people have a mind to work. A gold colored shovel was presented to the congregation by Mr. Gail T. Guyton, Vice President of Morgan and Keller, Inc. Smithsburg, Maryland. A three horse barshear plow was presented to be used by the congregation by Mr. Rudolph Blank, beautifully painted. The first groundbreakers were the oldest members of the church present: Mrs. Elmira Blank, Mrs. Mary Masser, Mrs. Emily Schultz, Mr. Wilfred Blank, and Mr. Oscar Schultz. The second ground breakers were the elected Officers of the Church: Elders--Howard Hooper (Building Committee, secretary), LeRoy Masser (Building Committee, chairman), Harry Fulmer, and Wilfred Blank; Deacons--James B. Keyser, Edgar Blank, Charles Davis, Marlin Beans; Deaconesses -- Bonnie Schultz, Madeline Masser, Pauline Keyser, Lillian Masser; Trustees -- Harry Fulmer, Fred ..^asser, Edgar Blank, Charles Veirtz, LeRoy Masser, Charles Baugher; Secretaries--Barbara Veirtz and Dorothy Hildebrand; Treasurers - William Hildebrand, James C. Keyser, and Building Fund Treasurer, Rudolph Blank. The third ground breakers were the elected officers of the Sunday Bible School. Adult Department -- Superintendents: Howard Hooper and James Shafer; Secretaries; Naomi Blank, Mary (Gruden) Masser, Anabelle Hanshew, and Lottie Masser; Jr. Department--Superintendents: Charles Baugher and Fred Masser; Secretaries: Rhonda Veirtz and Sharon Hawes. The fourth ground breakers were representatives from the various organizations in the Church and Sunday School such as the CE, WCSC, CGYA, Jr. CGYA, etc. The fifth ground breakers involved all persons in attendance which included Four Generations. A long rope was fastened to the plow with the pastor, the under shepherd of the Lord Jesus Christ, at the plow. The congregation taking the rope pulled with great enthusiasm and with a great Christian Spirit. One person alone could not pull this plow, but together with the help of AUnighty God it was possible. So the Building through the faith and hope of the congregation will be built. We-are indeed "laborers together with God." The people then in unison prayed: "We the people of this church and congregation compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses are grateful for the heritage left unto us by the sacrifices of our forefathers, ask that we thy people might be able to build this they house; that it may be a place of comfort, a house of peace, and a place for worship, praise, and the ministry of thy Word. This we askfor the praise, the honor and glory of thy Son and our Saviour, Jesus Christ, the Lord of Glory. Amen." A Decorating Committee is now appointed for the Building Program: Mr. David Schultz Jr., Chairman, Mrs. Dorothy Hildebrand, Secretary, Members- Mr. Joe Burdette, Mrs. Carol Walsh, and Mrs. Beulah Martin. The contract was signed Monday evening, awarding the contract to build the new house of God to Morgan-Keller Inc. The pastor and congregation are very grateful for all who made this a great beginning in breaking ground to build this new church for His honor, praise and glory. m t Church News Jt ·"» _" T » S£» GROUND BREAKING SERVICES - There were approximately 250 persons on hand for the Edgewood Church of God ground breaking services held Sunday, May 31. I THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page A-3 Saturday. June , 1979 The Chapel Choir of the First Baptist Church of Lexington, North Carolina will present a sacred choral concert on Monday June 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary of The First Baptist Church, Frederick. Thirty-three singers, all tenth, eleventh, and twelfth graders, sing a memorized program of some 16 anthems from four periods of church music. The first section is a cappella music of the 16 and 17 centuries. Such corn- losers as Palestrina, Pitoni, jtaun are representatives of this section. The second section is a section L.E. Irvin To Speak At Jennings Chapel Methodist Lemuel E. Irvin will be the Coordinator of the Lay Witness Mission to be held at Jennings Chapel United Methodist, on June 12,13 and 14. Mr. Irvin, 39, of Waynesboro, Va., is a member of the Basic United Methodist Church, Waynesboro, Va. He currently serves in numerous positions with his church; Chairman of Work Area on Evangelism, Lay Delegate to Annual Conference, Lay Speaker, member of Pastor Relations, and United Methodist Men's Club. He, also has served as Church School Superintendent, Chairman of Official Board, District Director of Adult Work, and Local and District Youth Advisor. Mr. Irvin is also active in Civic Affairs; has served as vice- president Waynesboro Little League, vice president of PTA, and Chairman of United Community Fund-Industrial Division. He attended the elementary and secondary schools of Waynesboro, Virginia, and the International Accounting Society in Chicago, Illinois. He is also a Veteran of the United States Air Force. Mr. Irvin is now employed as Lemuel E. Irvin Regional Sales Service Manager, Basic-Witz Furniture Industries, Inc., Division of Mohasco Industries. His wife, Doris, son, Lemuel E. m (17), and daughter Cathy (13) will accompany him and assist in this enterprise. Chapel Choir From N.C. To Give Concert At First Baptist, Frederick Rev. Ellis To Be At Rockville Civic Center Coming to the Rockville area for a one night only appearance will be the well know gospel song writer and singer, "Vep" Ellis. The Rev. Mr. Ellis will be the feature singer atthe Rockville Civic Center, intersection of Edmondston and Baltimore Roads, Monday June 8, at 7:30 p.m., sponsored by the following Churches of God: Clarksburg - Lewisdale Road; Damascus - Main Street; Gaithersburg - Laytonsville Road; New Windsor - Route 26; Poolesville White's Ferry Road; and Rockville - Anderson Avenue. Rev. Ellis is coming to this area from his home in Florida. He was formerly the feature singer with the Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association. Many will recognize Rev. Ellis as the author of such oldtime favorites as: ·I'm Free Again," "I Know He Heard My Prayer," "Have Faith In God." Some of his latest songs include "Wilt Thou Be Made Whole," written especially for Oral Roberts healing campaigns. In addition to Rev. Ellis there will be other groups, such as; Tex and Joan Asbury, local gospel singing promoter; the Mess- angers Quartet and ChavisDuet from Baltimore; the Knight Brothers from Damascus; Rev. and Mrs. Donald Goude from Wil- liamsDort; and the Williamsport Church of God choir. The Rev. Harold R. Bowman, District Overseer of the Gaithersburg District, stated that the public is invited to attend and that there will be no admission charge. Rev. Mr. Ellis of devotions. Mrs. Harry S. Myerly and Mrs. Helen Walker read an article and a poem pertaining to a mother. Plants were exchanged by members of the class. The next meeting will be apicnic on Thursday, June 25. Zion Church, Middletown Zion Luthern Church, Middletown, will recognize and pay tribute to approximately thirty of its young people who are graduating from high school or higher institutions of learning this spring at its 8:15 and 10:45 a.m. Services of Worship on Sunday. For the occasion, the Pastor, the Rev. Dr. Emmanuel J. Hoover, will deliver a set on to youth entitled: "Today's Challenge To Youth." The names of the youth will appear on the church bulletin and they will be publicly recognized during the services. Efforts are being made to recruit twenty more adults and post-high youth for a beginning Bethel Bible Study Class which would begin its sessions one hour weekly beginning next September 9. It is hoped that sufficient will be enrolled for its first session. Any member ol Zion Church desiring to enroll may contact any Bethel Trainee, the Pastor or the Church Office. A survey indicates that of the 83 youngpeople enrolled in Son's Youth Program during the past year, 54 of them attended a majority of all scheduled events. These 54 will be eligible to attend the summer outing of the group to be held at Cowan's Gap State Park, Pa. on Wednesday, July 22, from morning to evening. Bus transportation will be provided. Contact will be made with the eligible youth at a later date for their specific specifications. The Youth Council of Zion Church will hold its final 196970 year session in the Church Conference Room on Sunday evening at 6 p.m. to evaluate and complete the work of the past year and to begin planning for the 1970-71 program, which will begin with the Roundup Retreat on September 29. Youth Counsel- lors to assist with the program are being recruited by the Pastor; volunteers are urged to speak with him concerning the assignment. Junior and senior high school age youth are asked to submit suggestions for the 197071 schedule of events to the Pastor or any Youth Counsellor. Members of the 1970 Confirmation Class are asked to secure their class photographs from either Miss Marsha Ahaltor Miss Vickie Alexander as soon as possible. Community Vacation Church School will be held in Zion Church from June 22 through July 2, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each weekday. Children who will have become three years of age by January 1, 1970, and all other children up through the sixth grade of public school may enroll. Enrollment will take place at the first sessions of the school. CALVARY Assembly Of God 916 Motter Ave. SUNDAY, 11 A.M. Does Satan Attend Church SUNDAY 7 P.M. The PEACE SYMBOL What Does It Mean Where Did It Come From DAVID L. HOWE. PASTOR Worship in Air Cooled Comfort Hear Herb Helsel at The Organ COME, BRING YOUR WHOLE FAMILY of praise anthems from various periods of history. The group vill sing selections of Bach, ewandowski, Bortniansky, and Andrews. The next selections are representative of true American music, the spiritual. The choir will sing arrangements by Dawson, Hairston, Olson, and Oldenburg. The finale section are anthems composed by the Southern Bap- ist composer, Dr. Warren An;ell, of Oklahoma Baptist Uni- ersity. The Senior High Handbell Choir will also play a group of selections for Handbells. This is the newest part of the music ministry of First Baptist Church, Lexington, North Carolina. The Senior High Handbell Choir is one of the four handbell groups. The hapel Choir is one of the eight ;raded choirs of the music ministry of First Baptist. The Chapel Choir of Lexington has become an outstanding choral group of church musicians. They were invited to sing for the Baptist World Alliance in Tokyo, Japan, this summer. They have sung concerts In some 9 Southern states. They have made guest appearances with several T.V. stations in the Piedmont Area of North Carolina. This year's summer concert tour will take them to Richmond, Virginia; Frederick, Maryland; Nation's Capitol--singing in the Rotunda of Cannon Law Buildings; Arlington, Virginia; Knoxville, Tennessee; Smyrna, Tennessee; Austell, Georgia; and Atlanta, Georgia. The senior minister at First Baptist Church is D. Hoke Coon. Gerald R. Carter, director, is Minister of Music. Mrs. Sylvia Carter, church organist and graded choir assistant, is accompanist for the choir. 'The Tony Fontane Story' To Be Shown At Frederick Missionary Alliance Church FAMILY UNDER CANVAS-Circus Kirk is a family affair for Dr. and Mrs. Charles \V. Boas of East Berlin, Pa. Dr. Boas, a college professor, is producer-manager of the big show, his wife Kathleen is office manager. With them are three children: Laura, 13, on the aerial ladder, Mary 10, who performs on the aerial spinning rope and Elizabeth, 9 who works with the trained dog act A son, Charles Jr., works in the concession department The three ring, big top show will be in Thurmont on Thursday, June 11 at 8 p.m. on the showgrounds area at the Middle School sponsored by the churches of Thurmont Circus Kirk Thursday At Thurmont School This Sunday, June 7, evening at 7 p.m., the "Tony Fontane Story" will be shown at the Frederick Alliance Church, O'Possumtown Pike. "THE TONY FONTANE STORY" is the unbelievable, yet true story of one of the world's great singers. Filmed in Hollywood by Youth Films the teenage division of Gospel Films, Inc., it dramatically presents Tony Fontane's personal testimony, showing to teenagers and adults alike that the answer to life and the hereafter is found only in the person of Jesus Christ. Fontane acquired nation-wide success when his hit record Cold, Cold Heart," sold more than a million copies. Two of his most outstanding albums were "Showboat" recorded with Sophie Tucker, Patti Page, and Tony Martin; and "Sunny Side of the Street" recorded with Vic Damone, and Frankie Lane, and Billie Daniels. His recording of "I Talked to the Trees" held first position on the Australian hit parade for 16 consecutive weeks. As guest soloist, Tony has appeared on many national TV shows such as The Ed Sullivan Show, The Steve Allen Show, The Hoagie Carmichael Show and many other New York and Hollywood programs. Tony Fontane at present is a religious recording artist for RCA Victor while appearing in Christian concerts across the world. The Rev. Robert E. Francis, pastor of the Frederick Alliance Church extends an invitation to the public to attend the presentation of this film. WSCS Trinity Methodist The Women's Society of Christian Service of Trinity United Methodist Church met May 26 at 7 p.m. for a visit and tour of the local Planetarium. After an interesting tour the group returned to the Church for a business meeting. Roll Call and Secretary's report were read and corrections sent to The World Week of Prayer and Self Denial. The treasurer gave reports of the Working Fund, Pledge Fund and Lawn Mower fund. Mrs. Mary Burgee, Chairman of the Trinity's kitchen, asked for the support of everyone in serving the dinner of June 6 for a Bowling League Banquet. The nominating committee submitted the following names for 1971 to serve in the following offices. Elected were Mrs. Edith Trussell, president; Mrs. Betty Romsburg, vice president; Mrs. Mary Catherine Main, secretary; Mrs. Jean Rinehart, treasurer; Mrs. Irene Shankle, Christian Social Relations; Mrs. Mary C. Fry, secretary of Spiritual Growth; Mrs. Mary Burgee, membership; Mrs. Mary Jane Fisher, Flower Fund; Mrs. Mary Catherine Main, publicity; Mrs. Mildred Fox, Mrs. Irene Shankle and Mrs. Thelma Baker were selected as members of the nominating committee. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Jean Rinehart and Mrs. Mary Burgee. The next meeting will be June 9 at 5 p.m. for a picnic at the summer home of Mrs. Betty Romsburg. Everyone is to meet at the church and to bring a covered dish. There will be no meetings of the WSCS in July or August. Circus Kirk, a three-ring show under the big top, is coming to T h u r m o n t ' s Middle School grounds Thursday June 11 for one performance set for 8 p.m. The circus, composed of college and high school youth from all over the United States, will be sponsored here by the churches of Thurmont and part of the proceeds will benefit the Thurmont Community Park for additional playground equipment. There are more than 50 people traveling with the big show this year, talented performers as well as e l e c t r i c i a n s , mechanics, cooks, riggers and musicians. Circus Kirk is a Youth Ministry project of the Lutheran Church in America and is an interdenominational ecumenical community of young people on a 12- week tour of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio. The show travels in a convoy of 20 vehicles carrying its own dining department, animal quarters, electric generators and a big top tent with three rings, seating more than 1000 at each performance. The circus is produced and managed by Dr. Charles Boas, a professor of geography at York College, York, Pa., who has been active in circus and youth work for many years. Dr. Boas has held performing and management positions on many circuses in addition to his work with youth groups at Michigan State University and elsewhere. This is the third year for the youth shoiv under canvas and the first as a three-ring spectacular. The Circus Kirk performance includes acrobats, clowns, jug- glers, magicians, trapeeze and aerial acts, wire walkers,trained animals and novelty presentations. One of the features of the circus is a full circus band, the largest band traveling with any tented circus this year. Advanced sale tickets are now available and may now be purchased for $1.00 at the Western Auto Store, Thurmont Library and the office of the Catoctin Enterprise, as well as 'from members of the churches of Thurmont and vicinity. Church Of The Transfiguration The Church of the Transfiguration, Braddock Heights, has announced a change in time of its Sunday Morning worship services for the summer months. The Sunday worship woll be held at 9:30 each Sunday. Holy Communion will be celebrated at the church on the first and third Sundays, and Morning Prayer will be the service on the second and fourth Sundays. There will be no Church School or Adult Class until September. Rev. Stephen L. Rudacille is Vicar of the congregation. The church is a mission of the Episcopal church, Diocese of Maryland. All visitors are welcome to all services at the church. F O U R - S T A T E S CRUSADE FOR CHRIST WITH THE REWARD for acting now on the obligation to select and own your own family plot. 1. YOU SAVE MONEY t YOU HAVE FIRST CHOICE 5. YOU HAVE IMMEDIATE PROTECTION 4. YOU RAVE PEACE OF MIND FOREVER Fate make* no appointment*. Only the deed to your own family plot CM airare your family this intUspensiblc defense again! a day that comes to all N» Interest Or Carrylag Charges EASY TERMS MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY A MMarn-Ptryituii car*--no«.$f«|» r | W Comrrnmlty-Ownto c«in*t«fy PHONE. WRITE OR CALL ROBERT A. KLINE. Snperlnteadent 515 S. Market St.-- Ph. MO 2-1164-- Frederick. Md. REV. BOB HARRINGTON Chaplain of Bourbon Street PL.ACK ^ HAGERSTOWN FAIRGROUNDS UNDER THE B1 UODEKH TEXT UTMEDBAL ' CDC COMFORTABLE CMAIRS FOR TOUR COMFORT TIMK ^ SUNDAY, JUNE 7th thru UUNK14IH CHRISTS DISCIPLE TO A MODERN WORLD Bob Harrington, i 6" 2". 0 pound modern-day apmtle of Christian kruif, a considered by many to be (be 20th century's most anaiuil preacher. This husky, wa\y haired man who calb fhinm as he sets then, has framed fame bv eittnc up headqurtrrs in what u*ed lo be a liquor store and preaching; Ike gfepel alone ftwrbon Street -- once de- cnbed by Bilh Graham as "the middle of Ml- He »as proclaimed "The Chaplain of Bourbon Street" by New Orient's Mnor, \ irtor Schiro, for hi* work on the gaud} striptease belt in the French tfcurt- er and was made ui honorary aenbtr «f the \ew Orleans' Police Department. JBofcV down-to-earth jt»le of speaking-, bis ability to parry si re ism «ith qwck. den »t( ami his eer present aura of joy have won bam many frauds, not only «n Bwrbun Street bit thrMfnnt the country as wet. THE FINEST IN GOSPEL MUSIC - SINGING SERVICES BEGIN AT 7:45 P. M. EACH NITE HAGERSTOWN -FAIRGROUNDS NEWSPAPER! :WSPAPI:RI

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