Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - August 12, 1944, Altoona, Pennsylvania
.THE ALTOONA MIRRO R—S A T U R D A Y, AUGUST 12, 1944Ministers Make Announcement of Services Churches District for Sunday
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who are enjoying this week camping at Seven Mountains camp ate Kobert Hurley, Mardell Wagner . „ , and William Hicks, These boys
tian Sc i'ne hi u\(i i' < are from the Methodist church and _ , Parker of I vans Ca and
Methodist church met in the home were taken to camp Sunday after- ‘ ’ _ ,_ ,
of Miss Mary Cordell and Miss noon by their pastor, Rev. Norman ^rst Licutenan ussc UR -Ijois Henderson Friday evening. Wagner, accompanied by Mrs. the United States army paratroops, The program was in charge of Mrs. j Wagner and their young son Jo- located at Ft. Benning, Ca., in the T. Benton Gilliland, using the July seph. En route home Rev. and Methodist church by the minister, service, "He Healed Their Sick." Mrs. Wagner and Joseph .stopped xt Columbus Ga Lieutenant from tho worship book. "Thr Lord's over on. ii Monday In M«JUnbur» ’ ,
Song In a Strange Land. The where they visited Mrs Wagners . to.
call to worship was then given, parents Mr. and Mrs. David C.1 the son of the late Porter J. Briggs Miss Edith Gardiner gave a read- Derr. and Mrs. Alverta Briggs, now of
ing. Miss Haze! Crownovcf, the Miss Marcia Harshbarger, daugh- New York city.
president, then conducted the busi- tor of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Harsh- Methodist boys and girls from ness session. Some plans were barger of Mapleton Depot was a Mount Union who are attending discussed for the summer and oth- guest of her uncle and aunt Mr the intermediate camp al Newton cr business considered. A lovely and Mrs. Jacob Croyle the past Hamilton this week are. Nancy Mc-
week. | Clain, Kay'Cunningha m, John Al-
Mrs. George Anspach is spending this week in Harrisburg, a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Peck.
Rev. and Mrs. Leland K Hackler of the Lutheran parsonage are en-
Announcement has been made of the recent marriage of Miss
social hour was enjoyed and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess committee composed of Miss Mary Castine, Mrs. Fred Broadbent, Miss Mary Golden and Miss Lois Henderson. The following members and guests attended:
Mrs. Merrill Merritts, Mrs. Laud, joying a two-week vacation Miss Hazel Crownover, Mrs. H. II. Hershey and other places.
Kell. Miss Mary Dittsworth, Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Norman Wagner L. Benton Gilliland. Mrs. Leon and son Joseph left here Wedncs-Sheaffer, Miss Gladys Hurley, Mrs. day to spend their vacation at their Roy Hurley, Miss Edythe Gardiner, summer cottage on the Newton Mrs. Frank Houser, Mrs. Elmer Hamilton camp ground.
Smith, Mrs. Frank Houser and Mrs.1 Marleen Marie Kauffman has re-Sarah Koser. turned to her home in Huntingdon
Miss Harriett Rocher has ac- after a week's visit with her ma-cepted the position of teaching ternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
first grade in the Alfarata school Walter Graffius.
in Huntingdon, having been elected Mr. and Mrs. Martin Piper an-by the Huntingdon board of educa- nounce the birth of a son at their tion on Monday evening. home on Aug. 3. This is the second
Miss Janet Ross, daughter of child, the other being a daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. William Ross, is Shirley, almost ten years of age.
spending this week at Newton ™
Hamilton camp grounds attending TIPTON
fred Cox, William Hicks, June ■ Bricker. Gwendolyn Myers, Marga-retta Madden, David Lee Ranch, I Doris Feaster and Eugene Parsons. At the junior camp last week the children from the local church were: Freddie Cunningham, Piggy McClain, FJeanor Hooper, Tommy Weyant, Jerry Smith, Anna Broose, Connie Horton. Dick Feaster and Connie Shaffer.
The monthly meeting of the Jim- ; ior Sodality of St. Catherine's Catholic church was held in the social room of the church Saturday j afternoon. The most important j business transaction was the elec- j tion of new officers for the ensuing; year. New officers elected are as ! follows: President, Pat Miduri; j vice president, Margaret Gerlock; ; secretary, Maggie Sweatlock; treasurer, Helen Hyduk. Retiring officers who have served faithfully ■ the past year are: President, Helen Hubitski; vice president, Rose Trot-ta; treasurer, Maggie Sweatlock,
the Methodist Junior High camp. _
Sunday morning, Aug. 13, Rev. Miss Beatrice Keith accompanied arid 'secretarv Margaret Micklcv Charles H. Stong. chaplain in the by her sister-in-law Mrs. Charles * ’ L J
United States army and former Keith, left for New York Tuesday pastor of Zion Lutheran church, i where some time will be spent en-will preach at the morning wor- joying the city’s points of interest, ship service. Chaplain Stong is Hoboken, N. J., will also be visit-
enjoying a leave visiting his wife od Robert Keith who is connected oVat 7.30 *2
and family in their home in Hunt- with the family, also a member of ingdon. the nav.v. with his wife, are located
Among the Boy Scouts from town at that port.
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i the pastor. Subject, "Spiritual Power." I Sunday school at 2 p. rn. Preaching at 1 3 p. rn. b> Rev. W, W. Morrison.
First A M. K. Zion, Rev. E. P. Strong,
j pastor Evening worship at 7.45 in charge • of pastor. Speaker, Rt. Rev. E. L. Madi-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feathers A- M * !>• D • A- B- Quarterly conand sons of Duncansville spent the
Miss Irma Benton of Portage was a guest during the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noel. Mrs. Blair Earnest and her granddaughter Miss Dorothy Belie of Lilly were visitors for several days at the same home. Mrs. Noel, who has been inactive on account of an ulcered leg, Is now able to move about. The ulcer is on the left leg near the ankle and is responding to treatment.
James Ritchey of Dry Run. who was off duty for some time due to a badly burned hand, resumed his employment on Thursday. He and his brother Charles are engaged in drilling wells for Fred Stormer, an Altoona contractor.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stiffler of Altoona, a former Dry Run resident, visited friends in that locality during the past week. She is now spending some time with her sister Mrs. Margaret Smith, who resides with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Boyles at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilt of Bowling Green, O., and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wilt and children of Struthers, O., spent from Saturday until Monday evening at the home of the men’s parents Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Wilt.
A group of relatives and friends of Marionsville and vicinity spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Lanzendorfcr of Nan-ty-Glo where a gathering was held for a son Sgt. Wilfred Lanzendor-fer, home on furlough who recently returned from overseas where he has served during the past four years. Miss Margaret Lanzendorfer, a daughter, is enjoying a visit in Marionsville at the home of her grandfather Henry Moyer and family.
Miss Mary Eleanor Ott is spending sometime in the village at the home of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Ritchey.
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fcrenee, Dr D. H. Thomas. P. K. Music by Bell A M. E. choir, Altoona. Program for the Eighty-first anniversary of the First A. M. E. Zion church. Mrs. Bell Walker, mistress of ceremonies: Reading,
Mrs. Francis Baker; solo. Miss Lucy Ditcher; record of the church, John Walker; solo, Mrs. Margaret Benjamin; remarks by pastor.
Church of the Brethren, F. J. Byer, pastor. The unified service at 9.30. Camp Harmony highlights will be given by the campers. The Sunday .school lesson period follows. Worship at 7.45. Subject: The Si'lf-Restraint of God. The young people will meet at 7.
St. John s Evangelical and Reformed, Rev. Gerald W. Dieter, pastor. Morning worship at 8.30. with set mon by the pastor Sunday school at 9.30.
Reservoir Gospel chapel Sunday school | at 9.45. Morning worship services at ll. I Evening services at 7.30. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday evening at 7.30.
The Judson Bible class will meet Sunday mtrning at 9.45 o'clock in the class headquarters at the Y. M.-Y. W. C. A The lesson study will he conducted by the teacher, J. Frank Kauffman.
First Baptist, Rev. Roger M. Sharpe, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Baptist Youth Fellowship meeting at 6 p. rn.
First Presbyterian, Rev. T. Stacy Capers, pastor. There will be no services of any kind during the month of August.
Church of God. Rev. Richard II. Meyers, pastor—Bible school at 9.45. Morning service at 10.30. Message "The Church: What Is It?” Christian Endeavor societies at 6.30. Evening service at 7.30. Message: "Bread from Heaven," fifth in tile series. "Egypt to Canaan." Prayer meeting and study of Ephesians Wednesday at ■Sp. rn.
Zion Lutheran, Rev. Ernest N. Bauer, pastor. Sunday school at 9.30 with Men’s Brotherhood Bible class taught by John Treese. Worship service at 10.45. Sermon by Mr Samuel Frank of Phillipsburg, Theological student of the Gettysburg Theological seminary. No evening service. Annual church and Sunday school picnic Thursday, Aug. 24.
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Foot-of-Ten chapel—The service of the Blair’s Gap Union Sunday school, in charge of J. N. Landis and with classes for all, will take place at 2.30 p. rn. The meeting of the youth group of the chapel will he at 7 in the evening and will be followed at 8 by a preaching service. The mid-week chapel hour of prayer and praise on Tuesday evening at 7.30.
Dry Run Community church —Sunday school at IO a. rn., conducted by Supt. Thomas H. Vandrew. The morning worship service follows at ll and the evening preaching service is at 7.30. Rev.
Lewis Shay will he in charge.
Presbyterian, Rev. Julian Park, pastor —Morning worship at 10.30 in charge of the pastor. Subject, "The Clay Vessel in the Hand of the Potter." Sunday
school at 9.30 a. rn.
Hick's Memorial Methodist. Rev. I,. Vance Green, B. D., pastor—Morning worship at 10.45 in charge of pastor Subject. The Organization and Administration of a Church.” Evening .worship at 7.30 in charge of the young people of the M. Y. fellowship. Mrs. B. O. Hicks, counsellor. Are you attending these very inspiring evening vesper services? Sunday school at 9.30. The closing event of the summer program at Newton Hamilton is camp meeting under the direction of Rev. O. B. Poulson and begins on Sunday, August 20.
Lutheran. Rev. G. B. Harman, pastor— Morning worship at 10.30 in charge of Rev. L. Th Ott. Subject. "Is God Ever Against Us?" Sunday school at 9.15. There is no evening preaching service, but a special vacation season program will be presented at 7 o’clock by the Christian Endeavor society, with Mrs. Edna Glunt the leader. Mid-week prayer services are not being held during August. Next Sunday's guest minister at the morning service will he the Rev. Edwerth Korte of State College.
Tim Mary and Martha Sisterhood of the Leamersville Brethren church met Monday evening; at the home of Mrs. Violet Lingenfelter with Mrs. Ada Detailer as hostess, assisiial by Mrs. Rebecca Curl and Miss Lucinda Rogers. The lesson study was in charge of Mrs. Iva Hoover. At the business session the following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Mrs. Ada Delozier; vice president, Mrs Iva Hoover; secretary, Miss Phyllis Lingenfelter; treasurer, Miss Lucinda Rogers and patroness, Mrs. Florine Diehl. A lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Members present were Violet Lingenfelter, Pauline Helsel, Doris Lingenfelter, Jean Helsel, Florine Diehl, Phyllis Lingenfelter. Rebecca Cork Rosie Lingenfelter and Pearl Lingenfelter. Visitors were Mrs. H. VV. Lingentolter, Ronnie Snowberger, Mrs. Madeline Lingenfelter, Sally Lingenfelter, Mrs. Grace Dodson, Gertie Lingenfelter and Byron Lingenfelter and children Joyce, Patricia and Glen.
Walter Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Caldwell left on Monday for the navy and is now stationed at Bainbridge, Md.
East Freedom United Brethren charge, Rev. E. A. Sharp, pastor.
East Freedom Sunday school at 9.30. Hovelling worship at 7.30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Mt. Moriah Prayer meeting at IO a rn. Sunday school at ll.
Canoe Creek Sunday school at 9.30. Morning worship at 10.30.
Lutheran Rev. L. J. Karchner, pastor. Sunday school at 9.
Smith Corner Mennonite, Rev. John S. Raugh, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. Morning worship at 10.30. Young people’s meeting at 7. Evening worship at 7.30.
Leamersville Church of the Brethren. Rev. Merril S. Henz, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. Morning worship at 10.30. Youth fellowship at 6.30. Evening worship at 7.30.
Leamersville Brethren, Rev'. Clair W. Gartland, pastor- Sunday school at 9.30. Morning Worship at 10.30. Evening worship at 7.30. Player meeting and Bible studv Wednesday evening. Young People’s meeting Friday evening.
Church of God, Rev. E. F. Fnckler, pastor. Morning worship at 10.30 in charge of pastor. Subject, "Saved to Serve." A study in the Lite of st. Paul. Evening worship at 7.30 in charge of pastor. Subject, "We Would See Jesus." Sunday school at 9.30. Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Wednesday evening prayer service at 7.30.
Union Bible Mission, Rev. Ralph Jones, pastor. Morning worship at 10.45. This will lie a combined Missionary service in ctiarge of Ruth Leidy’e class. Rev. Fred McGinnis, a missionary from Kentucky will speak. Evening worship at 7.30 in charge of pastor. Sunday school at 9.45. Young People’s meeting at 6.30. Wednesday evening prayer service at 7.30.
Church of God In Christ, Elder son. pastor. Sunday school at IO.
at 12 noon. Evening Y. P. W.
Evening service at 7.30.
Ebeneza Baptist, Rev. C. L. pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. service at 11.30. Evening service
Claysburg Methodist charge,
L. Phillips, minister.
Weyant—Public worship at 9.30. school at 10.15.
Claysburg—Church school at IO. worship at 11.
McKee—Church school at IO. worship.
Lutheran—Sunday school at 10
II. Wil-Service W. at 6.
Pollard. Morning at 7. William
The "Bright Eyes" 4-H club of Manns Choice met for their fourth consecutive meeting at the school building Saturday. Fourteen members were present, also a number of visitors. Sewing was the main project of the day and plans were completed for a picnic to be held Aug. 16 at Cavern's park, Manns Choice.
I’fc. Albert Onstead, located at an army camp in Kansas, spent a few days here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Adam Onstead and other relatives.
S2/c John A. Holderbaum, stationed at Quonset Point, Rhode Is-i land, is enjoying a twelve day leave I with his family and relatives.
S2 c Joseph Milheleic, stationed at New York, spent the week-end j at his home here.
The army’s new combat infantryman's badge has been awarded to Pfc. John C. Millen of Schells-j burg for exemplary conduct in action with the 88th infantry division of the 5th army front in Italy. The badge was recently authorized by the War department as a means of giving credit to the infantry soldier who has proved his fighting ability under enemy fire. It has a silver rifle against the infantry blue background and is distinguished from the export infantryman’s badge by a silver wreath. Standards for awarding the medal are high.
Mrs. Gertrude Movvry returned Saturday to the home of her moth-• cr Mrs. Emma Blackburn, after j .spending the past month at Asbury Park, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. VV. P. Lemmer of Pittsburgh spent Sunday at the same home with the latter’s mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis of Bedford spent Sunday with the former’s parents Mr. and Mrs. Hall Davis.
Church of the Brethren, Rev. John E. Rowland, pastor.
New Paris Sunday school at 9.30. Special service and worship at 10.30.
Point -Sunday school at 9.30. Worship at 7.45.
Holsinger Sunday school at 9.30. The annual home coming with all-dav services, will he held at the Holsinger church,
Methodist. Rev. Joseph A. Wagner, pastor Sunday school at 9.30. Worship at 7.30.
United Brethren, Rev. M. L. Wilt, pastor.
New Paris -Sunday school at 9.30. Worship at 10.30, with Holy Communion. Prayer service Wednesday evening.
Pleasant Ridge—Sunday school at 9.30.
Helixville—Sunday school at 9.30. Worship at 7.45 with Holv Communion.
Evangelical. Rev. C. R. Doverspike. pastor Sunday school at 9.30. Services at Bethel park camp grounds dally during thp coming week and including Sunday, Aug. 20.
Williamsburg Lutheran pastorate, Rev. Charles F Wisler, supply pastor Morning worship at 8.30 in charge of Rev. V. I) Naugte, of Lewisburg, former poster of the Williamsburg pastorate. Subject, "Danger of Blind Eyes." Church school Study period at 9.30. Cottage prayer sen ice Wednesday evening at 7.30, place to he announced Sunday morning
St. Poul’s. Clappertown -Church school at 9.30. Morning worship at 10,30 in charge of Rev. V. D. Naugle, former pastor
St. John’* Clo\er Creek -Church school at 9.30
Henry’s, Yellow Spring Church school at 9.30.
Church of the Brethren Morning worship at 10.30 in charge of Roscoe Wareham of Alexandria. Sunday school at
St. Joseph’s Catholic, Rev. Stephen tfllclc, pastor First mass at 8, second or high mass at IO. Benediction at 7 p. rn.
First Methodist, Joseph K Brenneman.
pastor—Morning worship at 10.30 In charge of the pastor. Subject, "Forewarned" "Forearmed." Evening worship at 7.30 in charge of the pastor Subject, "The
Conditions of Revival." Sunday school at 9.30 a. rn. Mid-week worship hour Wednesday at 7.30 p. rn. We cordially invite you to our services.
Church of God. Rev. D. R. Moreland,
pastor—Morning worship at 10.30 In charge of Rev. J. Stewart Brlnsfleld. Evening worship at 7.45 in charge of pastor. Sunday school at 9.30. Wednesday, prayer meeting, 7.45. Saturday, junior meeting, 7.30. Saturday, young people's endeavor, 8.
Trinity Evangelical and Reformed, Rev. Gerald W. Dieter, pastor. Sunday school
at 9.30. Morning worship at 10.30.
Snively Church of God, Rev. Richard ll. Meyers, pastor. Bible school at 1.30. Preaching service st 2.30. Message; "Our General. ”
Birmingham Methodist charge, Kenneth A. Burkei, minister.
Birmingham—Sunday school, IO a. rn.
Ironsvllle—Worship. 2 p. rn. Sunday school, 3 p. rn.
Grazierville—Sunday school, 2 p. rn. Worship, 3 p. rn.
Bald Eagle—Sunday school, IO a. rn. Worship, ll a. rn.
Sandy Ridge—Sunday school. IO a. rn. Worship, 7.30 p. rn.
The union vesper service in the Spring park will begin this week and for the rest of the summer at 6.30 p. rn. instead of 7 The Evangelical Reformed choir will sing and the pastor of that church. Rev. G. Howard Koons. will preach the sermon. The public is cordially invited to attend.
St. Luke’s Lutheran, the church that welcomes you with a glad hand and a friendly smile, Rev. O. E. Feeman. pastor Church school, 9.20; morning worship, 10.30. "Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise.”
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Methodist, Jesse Kolb Gander, pastor— Morning worship at 10.30 in charge of the minister. Subject, "Patriotic Love." Sunday school at 9 a. rn. Board of education meeting. Monday at S p. rn. Midweek service Wednesday at 7.30 p. rn.
Trinity Reformed, Rev. N. S. Oreens-wait, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30.
St. Matthews Lutheran. Rev. Harold Knoll, pastor Sunday school, 9.30. Morning worship, ll.
Church of God, Rev. Earl Yoder, pastor Sunday school, 9.30. Prayer service,
Church of God tabernacle, Rev. Daniel Homer, pastor—Sunday school. IO. Morning worship, ll. Evangelistic service, I 7.43.
Lutheran, Rev. L. J. Karschner, pastor.
I Sunday school at 9.30. Worship service at
10.30. No choir practice.
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Carson Valley Church of the Brethren — Morning worship at 10.30 in ctiarge of Rev. Homer Hoover. Subject, "Tongues." Evening worship at 8 in charge of Rev. J. W. Hoover. Sunday school at 9.30. Young people’s meeting Sunday evening at 7, Billy Stem, leader. There will be special music at this meeting including a vocal solo by Dean Mitchell. Tuesday evening the young people will hold a business meeting at 7, Robert Hanks in charge and chorus practice at 8.
Warriors Mark Methodist charge, R. Roland Ritter, minister.
Warriors Mark--Church school at 9.30. Morning worship at 10.35. Guest preacher, Rev. Ernest L. Davies, professor of religion at the Virginia Union college for Negroes, Richmond.
Dungarvin—Church school at 1.30.
Preaching, Rev. Ernest L. Davis.
Church of the Brethren, A R. Coffman, pastor Morning worship at lh. 30 in ctiarge of the pastor. Subject, "Bearing One Another’s Burdens." Union service In the park at 7. .Sunday school at 9.30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock.
Church of God, E. F, Berger pastor -Morning worship at 9.30 in charge of pastor Sunday school at 10.30.
Woodbury—Sunday school at 9.30, followed by the annual congregational business meeting.
Methodist, Norman J. Simmons, pastor —Morning worship" at 11 In charge of the pastor.
Loyshurg—Worship at 7 p. in.
Presbyterian—Sunday school at 10.13.
First Brethren Morning worship at 10.45 in charge of pastor. Subject. "The Permissive Will of God." Sunday school at 9.45.
St. Matthews Lutheran- Morning wor-ship at 10.45 In charge of pastor. Sunday school at 9.30. Community vesper service In tile park at 7.
Evangelical and Reformed. Hickory Bottom charge. No church services In any of the three churches on the second, third and last Sundays of August as the pastor is on vacation. Sunday school will he as follows: Mt. Pleasant, 9.30; St. John’s, Loyshurg, 9.30; St. John’s, East Sharpsburg. 9.45.
Gospel center Morning worship at ll in charge of Rev. Fred Endress. Sunday school at IO a rn. Services Saturday eve. ning at 8 o’clock with Rev. Fred McGinnis, a missionary from Kentucky, as guest speaker.
Brethren In Christ, Eight Square chapel, Isaac S. Kanode, pastor Morning worship at ll. Sunday school at IO a rn, Children’s services at 7.30 p. rn., follow. cd by sermon at 8. Cottage prayer meeting at 8 Thursday evening.
Brethren in Christ—Morning worship at
10.30. Sunday school at 9.30.
Woodbury—Sunday school at 9.30. Evening service at I. Young People's meeting and worship.
Spring Hope—Sunday school at 9.45 a. rn. Evening service at 7.30 o’clock.
Clover Creek Church of the Brethren, Rev. Paul S. Hoover, pastor.
Clover Creek—Church school at 9.30, Evening worship at 7.30, Eld. Trostle P. Dick.
Diehl's Cross Roads—Church school a|
9.30. Morning worship at 10.30. Eld, Trostle P. Dick. B. Y. P. D. at 8.30.
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Grace Evangelical. Rev. TI C. Kloffp!, pastor. Unified service at 9.30 in charge of the Sunday school superintendent and the pastor. The study of the lesson will be followed by the worship service and sermon by the pastor.
Grace Lutheran, R. B. MeGiffin. pastor—Morning worship at 10.45 in charge of Rev. Charles Frazier. Sunday school at 9.30.
Logan Valley Baptist, Rev. H. G. Dooley, pastor—Morning worship at 10.43 in charge of pastor. Subject. "Some Appointments Christ Makes With Us." The mid-summer Lord’s supper will be observed. Sunday school at 9.30. No evening service during August.
Church of tile Brethren, Rev. Clyde Bush, pastor—Morning worship at 10.15 in charge of tile pastor. Evening worship ai 7.45 in charge of tile pastor. At this service we will have a special service for tile installation of our recently elected deacons with their wives. Sunday school at 9.30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8. The Sunday school picnic will he held on Tuesday afternoon and evening. Transportation is being provided.
Olivet Baptist, Levi H. Goehring, pastor —Morning worship at 10.45 in charge of tile pastor. Subject, "Tile Plea of the Prophet Micah." Evening worship at 7.30 in ctiarge of the pastor. Subject. "The Power of Divine Love." Sunday school at 9.30. Young people’s meeting at 6.30. Prayer meeting Tuesday morning from IO to ll for those in the armed forces. Praise and prayer service Wednesday evening at 7.30.
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