The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 9, 1967 · Page 3
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September 9, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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he County Churches ours Of Worship In (From fag* Two) ^ , Worship; Wed., V.30 p.m. I ile Study. ifrmantown Neelsville Pres-' *rUn Church -- Rev. Donald i Stewart, Th. M. pastor: 9:45 j a., Church School; 11 a.m.,! rship | ·^-- -- | 'ull Gospel Church Catoctin { rnace -- Rev. Arnold Gooden: a.m., · Morning Worship; a.m., Sunday School, 6.30 p. . Y o u t h Service; 7:30 p.m. angelistic Service; Wed., 8 n.. Midweek Service; Sat., 0 p.m., Fellowship Service. tit Airy Mennonite Church itersville Rd. -- Rev. I. S. irtin; 10 a.m., Sunday School; am.. Worship; 7:30 p.m., :ond and fourth Wednesday of 1 month. Pt. ol Rocks Kiagdon Hall Jehovah Wltnest--Marvin Hurt, Presiding Minister, 9:30 a.m. Public Talk; 10:30 ».m. Watchtower Study. Graceham Moravian -- Rev. i Emil P. Simon pastor; »:3« a. j m.. Church School, 10:30 a.m.,! Worship. Piney Creek Presbyterian -Rev. William 0. 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 Presby- j terian . -- Supply preacher: ! 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Worship. i J t. of Rocks Assembly of God Rev. Mary E. Kibbe, Rev. yllis M. Angus; 9.45 a.m., nday School; 11 am., Morn- 5 Worship; 7:30 p.m., Evange- tic Service; Wed., 7:30 p.m. d Week Service. 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 Damascus Assembly ol God, ute--108--Rev. Carl I. Kipp: ] a.m., Sunday School, 11 a.m.. 1 trship; 6 p.m., Young Peoples rvice; 7 p.m., Evangelistic! rvice; 7:30 p.m., Wed., Pray- 1 Service. Mt. Airy Church of Christ -- ' 111 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 -Rev Leonard D. Carmack: 9:30 Don't Wait Now is the Time to Brighten Your Home With Nature's Beauty Make the beauty of growing things part of your daily living. Tne velvety sweep of your lawn, tne glowing colors of your flowers, and the cool shade of fine trees add to the enjoyment of your home. Treeland's special mix grass seed is the result of 30 years experience in the growing of fine turf in the City of Frederick. Before we arrived at our present seed mixture hundreds ot mixtures were tried. Why not buy your grass seed from an experienced, reliable firm? By the pound or by the ton vour order will receive the same careful attention. For a new lawn or for reseeding, use Treeland seeds and fer tilizer and "Watch Something Beautiful Happen." Treeland Nurseries Phone: MO 2-1141--1 Mile West On Route 40, Frederick, Md. a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Worship; 6:45 p.m., Training Union; 8 p.m., Worship; 7:30 p.m., Wed., Prayer Service. ! Shookttown 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-ty. 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 Churck -- 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. 1 m., Wed., The Church in Prayer. 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., Woiship. Poolesville Presbyterian -Rev. Timothy W. T. Lee: 9:45 a.m., Church School, 11 a.m , Worship. Sugar Loaf Mountain Community Chapel -- Rev. Luther Brown, pastor: 12 noon, Worship. Calvary Bible. Gambrill Park Rd.--Rev. Ralph C. Echer: 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 10:45 a.m., Worship. Christian-Holiness Church -near Gapland -- Rev. Daniel BlickensU ft. pastor: 10 a.m., Sunday School; 7 p.m., Young Peoples Services; 7:45 p.m.. Evangelistic Service; Wed., 7:45 p.m.. Prayer Service. Locust Valley Bethel Church of God Fellowship -- Rev. Eu gene Burge: 9:30 a.m., Bible School; 10:^0 a.m., Worship; 6:30 p.m., Teenagers Fellowship; 7:£0 p.m., Worship, Prayer and Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Musical Treat Set At Calvary CHURCH BULLETIN THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Saturday. September », 1M7 Rally Day Observance Set For Faith Church Mortgage Burning Set At Bush Creek Church HAPPY Everything for your Education Requirements from Kindergarten thru College. ZIPPER RING BINDERS BRIEF CASES LOOSE LEAF FILLERS TYPING PAPER ATTACHE CASES · PRIMARY TABLETS COMPOSITION BOOKS M I S I C BOOKS BOOK BAGS TOTE BAGS THEME TABLETS · LOOSE LEAF BINDERS ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS -- WORLD GLOBES MAPS -- SCHOOL CALENDARS -- TEACHER'S PLAN BOOKS --CHILDREN'S DESK L'TILITY TABLES -- DESK PADS SETS -- PEN PENCIL SETS -- FELT MARKERS -- ART SUPPLIES -- ROLL BOOKS -- FREF BOOK COVERS with every purchase. STORM and SHIPLEY "THE Bl'SY CORNER" 2nd Market Sts. MO 3-5222 The Gospel Singers of the Leaders Bible Class of Calvary Methodist Church will offer an evening of music and hymn singing Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at .he church. Organist for the evening will be Mrs. Charles Nicodemus. with Lee Reichard, as song leader. A number of visiting choirs will also entertain. They will include the Mason Dixon Men's Chorus from Manchester with Mrs. Sterling Redding as accompanist and Herbert Winand, director; the Hyattstown Christian Church Choir with Mrs. Marion Cundiff. accompanist and director; the St. Matthews Gospel Quartet from Hanover, Pa. with c heldon Stump, leader; and the Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church choir with Mrs. Nathan- .tl Williams, accompanist and David Masser, director. Mrs. Joseph Six of Union Bridge will offer a solo and Mr. and Mrs. David Reifsnider of the Grace United Church of Chrh'. of Taneytown a duet They will be accompanied by Mrs. 1.,-onard Reifsnider. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Edwards of Frederick will ais pive a duet. The Rev. Ralph Sharpe. pastor, will participate in the program w i t h the invocation. Scripture, reading prayer and benediction. Special Rally Day exercises' will mark both services at Faith United Church of Christ, Charlesville, Sunday. Sunday School classes will meet in regular classrooms at 9:30 and at 10 a.m. will gather in the fellowship hall. There members of each class will pre sent a summary of activity project from the summer's classes The kindergarten group is under the direction of Miss Marta Houck; primary, Mrs. Betty Cannon; juniors. Mrs. Thelma Haugh; junior highs, Mrs. Nancy Qualey; senior highs, Mrs. Erma Grove and adults. Carl Holtz. For the 10:30 a.m. worship service some of the lay participants will be Joyce Keene,-, Robert K'juck and Carl Holtz. In place of an anthem, an organ- piano duet will be played by Mrs. Mary Frances Bostian and Miss Patricia Cannon, church Middletown Trainee Class To Open Year The Trainee Class of the Bethel Bible Program of Zion Church at Middletown will begin its weekly sessions for the next two years Wednesday at 7:15 p. m. in the Sunday School Chapel Conference Room. Dr. Emmanuel J. Hoover, pastor will instruct the class. Books, materials and orientation will take place at this first session. Thirty four persons are registered for the class. The annual Harvest Home Service of Zion Church will ba held on Sunday, Sept. 17 at 10:45 a.m. Gifts of fruit and vegetables for the harvest display will be given to the National Lutheran Home for the Aged in Washington. The display will be arranged by the church's Christian Services Committee, assisted by the Lutheran Church Women. It is requested that gifts be brought ·3 the church not later than Saturday Sept. 16. The Luther League program of Zion Church will start Sunday. Sept. 24, with an afternoon and evening retreat. All youth in Junior and Senior High School are urged to reserve that date to be present and to enroll for the Luther League work for the coming year. The program will be under the direction of the Youth Council of the church consisting of the pastor and executive director, assisted by youth coun- sellors and the Luther League officers. Present plans call for two devotional meetings each month for each of the Junior and Senior High Leagues on the second and foUrth Sundays of the month at 7:30 p.m. and a major social event for each group monthly. The youth coun- cellors w i l l meet with the pastor a, the parsonage Sunday, fat 7 no p m and the Youth Council \ \ i l l rmvt at the Church Suiulav.. S - p t 17. at T.liO p.m. organists. The sermon, "Christian What? will be given as a dialogue sermon by the co-pastors the Rev",. Edwin and Mary Wenck. Sunday will also mark the beginning of a new community ministry at Faith Church. A class for the mentally retarded will be held at 9:30 with the appropriate religious instruction, followed at 10:30 by a directed activities period to provide recreation for the children and to free parents to attend worship. Both sessions are under the direction of Mrs. Shirley Como- ton, a member of Faith Church, and a trained worker at the Scott Key Center for Exceptional Children, Frederick. This class is open to all interested persons in the area. Other special activities are being planned in the coming weeks. On Saturday, Sept. 16, the consistory will meet at the church for an all day retreat to study, "The Mission of the Church". A Father-Son Covered Dish Supper will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 20, with Spencer Mercer and Tolbert Houck, in charge. The women will serve a fried chicken and country ham supper at church on Saturday, Sept. 23, beginning at 4 p.m. Mrs. Marv Warner is in charge of the kitchen; Mrs. Audrey Mercer and Mrs. Grace Ecker are co-chairmen of the dining room, and Mrs. Leona Powell and Mrs. Mary Clem are in charge of the cake and fancywork table. The Bush Creek Church of the Brethren of Monrovia will observe Homecoming and Mortgage Burning services Sunday. The Rev. Bryon M. Flory, Jr., a former pastor of the church, and now pastor of the Beavercreek Church of the Brethren at Dayton, 0., will teach the combined adult classes Frizellburg Church Plans Science Film Singposts Aloft, a Moody Institute Science Film Production will be shown at the Frizellburg Church of God, Sunday, at 7:45 p.m. The film has been produced in such a way that the viewer is put into the cockpit of a N696T plane during an instrument flight. The audience is exposed to several emotional experiences Cne can sense the feeling of helplessness during a search for a missing plane in rugged snow covered mountains. Singposts Aloft enables one to thrill again to the historic space flight of John Glenn then Colonel Glenn and Dr. Irwin A. Moon, at the Manned Space Flight Center, discuss soac^ flight and the relevance of faith in an age of science. The pastor , the Rev. Frederick E. Homer, invites the p 'b- lic. and deliver the mortgage burning address, at 2:30 p.m. His' topic will be "When You Care Enough To Give The Very Best." The Rev. Paul W. Kinsel, director of the New Windsor Relief Center, will preach the homecoming sermon at 11 a.m. His sermon topic will be "For Such A Time". Rev. Kinsel is well known in the area having served as pastor of the Frederick Church of the Brethren. Women of the church will serve a fellowship dinner at noon, with Mrs. Ralph Blame as chairman of the meals committee, assisted by Mrs. Bernard McClain, Mrs. David Thomas, Mrs. George Brashears, Mrs. Paul G. Geisbert. The church decided to enlarge facilities for Christian Education and to remodel the sanctuary under the pastorate of the Rev. J. Ira Metzker, now pastor of the Springfield, Illinois Church of the Brethren. In 1959 under the ministry of the Rev. Byron M. Flory. Jr.. the church secured a loan of *fi8,000 from the Mount Airy Farmer's and Mechanics National Bank. John E. Main of Mount Airy was the treasurer of the church and signed th° mortgage. He will present the original mortgage paper for burning at the service. Jack White of New Market was the chairman of the Building Committee. John L. Thompson, was the chairman of the · Board of Administration, and · Gareth B. Lease is the present chairman. Paul G. CJeisbert, is the chairman of the Trustee and Pro- ' perty Commission. These four men will light the mortgage by four candles taking the light " from a tall taper symbolizing . Christ and His Church, from the hands of the pastor. Lloyd C. Culler, constructed '' the Education Building and re- modeled the church. The Chancel Choir, under the direction of ·· Mrs. Ted Hallock will give two anthems, with the Chapel Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Robert Wiles assisting. Ted Hallock is the organist, with Mrs. Hester Fisher at the piano. ' The pastor, the Rev. H. Aus- tin Cooper, and the Board of Administration, welcomes the public to the services and fellowship dinner. Germanfown Church Plans Anniversary The Jacobs Brothers Quartet from Harrisburg, will present on evening of gospel song and testimony Sunday beginning at 8 p.m. at the Germantown (Bethel) Church of God. The church is located above Fort Ritchie, near Cascade. The Rev. Raymond H. Daihl. from the Maytown Church of God in the East F'ennsylvania i Eldership will be the guest speaker at the morning service coupled with special music by the church choir. The services are being conducted in observance of the church's 95th Anniversary. The Jacobs Brothers have been singing for many years. They have done radio and television work and are recording artist of the Hymntone Recording Company This group is unique in that it is ona of the few gospel quartets today in which all of th e members are actually brothers. Bob Jacobs is the manager, emcee, and bass singer. Mike Jacobs, the youngest of the group sings first tenor, does most of the arranging, and plays the piano. Dick Jacobs sings lead tenor in the group. John Jacobs, with a mellow baritone voice rounds out the Quartet. Holds Meeting Leader's Class The Leader's Bible Class of Calvary Methodist Church met "unday in the Educational Building. | President M. Glenn Magahd presided over the session, with Lee Reichard leading the class in singing and Mrs. Thelma Mentz played the piano. Walter Stull gave the opening prayer and Ray Watkins rear) the Scripture verses responsive- Iv. Millard Crum Sr. and Mrs. Mantz played the piano. The Rev. Ralph Sharpe. nq s - tor, gave the lesson on, "The Christian Conscience" from th3 Book of Acts. Harold Brode, secretarv, reported that there were 78 present compared to 76 of a year ago. Sick were Mr. Handley, C. Grant Delphey, Thomas Summers, Robert Mullican and Delmas Layman. The class bowed for a moment of silent prayer foi the wi r e of Mehrl Adam-,, who passed away Thursday. The Gosoel Chorus sane at Montevue Sunday and will hold a Hymm S ; ng this Sinday at 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. Raymond Smith will be the speaker Sunday at the class service. BEAUTY-DIGNITY WARMTH ami GRACIOUSNESS All very important in our Funeral Home DAILEY'S FUNERAL HOME 1201 NORTH MARKET ST. Successor To (. E. Cline Son EST. .1:3 Tradition--Understanding and Personal Attention is always extended at Dailey's. When raising children, we teach them traffic safety rules atyS 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 FREE DELIVERY MO 3-3811 West Third And North Market Sts. FARMERS SUPPLY CO. 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