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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaPages the Florence morning news Florence. C. Saturday morning december 19, 1353 Section religion in action xxii talks on timely topics i 9 f Church services Assembly of god first Assembly of god in urn the Rev. Walter g. Dixon 162g w. Palmetto St 10 m sunday school. 11 morning worship e p. M. Evangelistic service Baptist Baptist Tabernacle emt Palmetto St and Railroad lie Rev James Caston 10 a. M. Sunday school 11 a. M. Morning workup p. M. Baptist training onion. 6 p. M. Eve coins Calvary Baptist Chubch Arlington Circle or. Elbert 10 . Tiu nday school Ji-15 morning worship. . Training. . Evening worst up first Baptist Church. The Rev. Edward l. Byrd pastor. 9 am Missir. Sunday school to crippled children. Home. 9-20 a. In. Mission Sunda school at Westi Idt Mission. 10 . Sunday school morning worship in . Training Union to wort j. M. Baptist m. Evening worship ser Mon by the pastor. The Rev. Kay Humsey pastor. Free will Baptist Church 10 . Sunday school. 31 morning worship p. M. Baptist league. 7-30 p. In. Evening worship. . Young people i tit fire. 8 . Worthly. Grace Baptist Church the Rev. John t Dancy pastor. 10 m. Sunday school. 11-15 . Morning Worth up. . Baptist training Union. . Evening Worth up. Immanuel Baptist Church 600 East Palmetto Street. Or. Edwin e. Colvin pastor. . Sunday school. . Morning worship ser vice Sermon by the Putor. . Baptist training . Evening worship Ier lick. Sermon by the pastor. Southside Baptist Crossroads the Jamie Mcleod pastor. 10 . Sunday school . Morning worship. ., Baptist . Evening worship. Haven original free will Baptist Church Corner of King Avenue and Homestead drive Kev. R. Luther Sanders pastor. 10 sunday school 11 a morning worship 7pm will Baptist league the Rev. Everett h. Croxton Tor. 10 a. M. Sunday school 11 a in. Morning worship 6-30 . Baptist training Union. evening worship ser vice. Trinity Baptist Church the Kev. J. J. Abney pastor 124 West Darlington St 10 a. In. Sunday school. A. M. Morning worship. 7 p. M. Prayer service p. M. Evening worship. I Ake swamp Baptist Church. Route 2, Timmonsville c. M. Gull Etc parlor. A. M. Sunday school. 11 00 a. M. Morning worship. P. M. Training Union f . Evangelistic hour five Point Baptist b. Of l. E. R a i inward Evange list. I . School. 1 p. In. worship. 7-so p. M. Evi service. East free will Bap t1st a by Imine in Hospi j to area of air base the Rev. V a 10 it. Or. School. Ii e. In. Worship. 7 p. In. League. 8 p. M. Service. P. M. Wednesday prayer the Rev. Edward j. Smith pastor Miles West of five Points. 10 a. M sunday school. 11 morning worship. So p. M. Evening evangelistic sen ice. First Church of god. Orange and Liberty St., Darling James w. Nide minister. 10 a. M. Sunday school 11 a. M. Morn Long worship 7 p. M. Youth Fellowship evangelistic services mid week Fellowship wednes Day mints p. M. Episcopal St. John episcopal Church Dargan St. 8 a. M. Holy communion 10 a. M. Church school a. M. Holy communion and Sermon. St. Lutheran Luke lutheran Church the Rev. Curtis e. Derrick. 10 . Sunday school. . Morning service. . Luther leagues. Methodist Central methodist Church Fry Aud Cherei su., the Kev. E. E. Glenn a Lliter. 10 a. M sunday i cobol. 11 a. M. Morning worship 5 . Girls glee club my and intermediates 7 p. M. M. Y. F. And seniors. . Evening worship. Intermediates seniors and Young adults. St. Paul methodist Church the Rev. Joel e. Cannon pastor 16m West Palmetto Street 10 . Church school. . Morning worship. . Youth Fellowship. P. M. Evening service Morvice Southern methodist Church the Rev. John p. Rogue More pastor. 10 . Sunday school. . Morning worship. . Up Wortlie league. . Evening worship . Wednesday prayer service. Wesleyan methodist Church the Hev. A. C. Parker pastor. 10 . Sunday school 11 . Morning worship. . Gyps . Evening service. Jehovah b kingdom Hall of Jehovah witnesses 111 b South Dawn. Holiness Willow Creek Pentecos Tal holiness Church the re u. T. Baldwin pastor. Non denominational Back swamp Unity Chapel. . Youth Fellowship 4 . Evonic worship. Na7.akkne Church of the na7.arene 1103 West Evans Street the Rev. Olin b. Booth pastor. 10 a. M. Sunday school. 11 a. M. Worship service. P. M. Evangelistic serv ice. Wednesday prayer service at p. M. Gospel Chapel Christian gospel Chapel 818 Gregg ave. W. F. Anderson minister. 10 . The lord supper a. M. Family Bible hour 8 p. M. Gospel sender Ruest Tyrian Bethesda presbyterian Church. Henry l. Reaves pastor 10 sunday school. Fr-15 Fellowship. Pioneers. Juniors. P. Worship. Holiness pen Cromal holiness Church z28 Street c b. , a. school. 11-00 a. M. , p. meeting. P. Or. sir Cice. St. Anthony Catholic the Rev. Sydney f. Dam. Pastor the Rev. C. J. . Assist am Pas Tor the Rev. W. A. Tobin pastor emeritus. 8 a. M holy mass. 10 a. M. Hold mass. Christian sc1kncf. Christian science society Darlington South Ervom a in Egton 10 m. Sunday school. 11 a. M. Service. Church of Chi just meeting in recreational building Timrod Park. Church of god Church of god 2b5 Church 8t. The e. D. Johnson pastor. Westminster presbyter Ian cell sch the Rev. James r Tubby. Minister. 10 . Sunday school 11-15 nit c worship. 7 p a. Lyro ship. . First or Ash Yetf. R Ian clip sch Park at Cherokee to . School. 11-15 air. Worship i i 7 Tut p a. Kven int worship hopewk1.1. Presbyterian lit by i i incs. Pastor school 11 e. Worship salvation army army capt. Thclma Oliuer in Charre. 10 15 school. 11 ,.s a in holiness meeting. 8 Evi service. Rev Kwh Day adventist m sch West Palmetto Louis f. Cunningham Pas and there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the Field keeping watch Over their flock by night. And to the Angel of the lord came upon them and the glory of the lord shone round about them and they were sore afraid. And the Angel said unto them fear not for behold i bring you Good tidings of great Joy which shall be to All people. For unto you born this Day in the City of David a Saviour which Christ the St. Luke religious Book demand now highest in history ily Okokon w. Conf Al new York Dee. 17 Ion hns become n hot m the bookshelves. Publishers reported Torrny the do Nirid for books with n religious theme at perhaps the highest Point in Book Trade history. So far i said John r. Chambers. Harper and Broth ers editor there never been any ice Loci any Lime when Iho interest n such books even approached what it the trend has marked a major Iran formation in Ai Oriean read ing habits. It has a Host of religion motivated books both Tion and nonfiction to the Best seller lists. It began picking up momentum several years said Henry Simon of Simon and schuster inc. There seems to Havu been no compar Nolc period of such in Terest in the 20ui some publishers say the subject attracting nil even greater read no a audience than sex the Book Trade old reliable. By and said John c. Willo y in William Morrow and co., the Market Nide up of two and sex. I rather think that today re Ligion has the Edward Hodge Harcourt Brace and co., said a Rood inspiration in Book will top the list general opinion was that the development has come mainly Sinee world War 11. And mounted Stead ily Sinee. Long with a wave of movies and even popular songs based on religious subjects. It seems to be still said Edward Aswill of the Mcgraw Hill Hook co. The phenom Enon Clear and marked Byom anything i be Ever seen there was a slight flurry of Slid interest a Tor world War i. Hut the trend nut have the depth or the far reaching scope o this said John Farrar n Farrar. Straus and inc. Have never known interest in religious and inspirational books t be so Public demand has pulled then into the mass circulation paper bound Market. About 15 books o religious nature ranging of Els o scholarly studies arc of the stands in Low priced papa Freeman Lewis pocket books. Inc., said virtually no paperbound books of this Type were put out 10 years ago except for the Bible. A Survey he said indicated such Bonks led in sales increase. There fairly close agreement on what caused the religious liter Ary Drift namely lit scr the a bomb disillusion Nunt with accomplishments of Heel technology. Soviet Dopol ism Al big Ellis r the fear barbarity and Lancer of our times to which Neith r science nor system has pro an answer. The. World and Aid Farrar. This has turned peo ple not Only to a contemplation of hem selves but o their relation with unlike past periods when books with religious slant found the Jilk of their readership among Church groups the audience now a limited to no special segment of the population. It no longer confined to the radius of conventionally religious Chambers said. People if All sorts arc desperately Seal Chip for something to cling to. They re no longer ashamed of their interest in religion. It used to be a College student would turn the jacket of a religious Book inside out to read it. _13ut it not that Way any readers he. Added Aren t look ing for Saccharine but for something they can get their Teeth changes Aswill noted that theological tracts and books of sermons once made up the big share of religious publications but the big output to Day of a More general nature. It indicates to me a tremendous revival of interest in which certainly he said. Simon said self help books consistently have had a big follow ing but the yen for guidance now More profound. They used to prefer books on How to make s5.000 a year or something like he said. Now. They want to know simply How to live better. They want something they can rely on. To imitate a certainty of right and lutherans set Yule pageant sunday night a special Christmas pageant heart will be presented by the fit. Luke lutheran Church sunday school sunday at p. M. Those who will participate Are Frances Smith Sandra Mccain Wylie Caldwell jr., Calvin Jordan Charles suiters Freddie Holland and Andy Fowler Lewis Coble Patty Ruth sprawls Linda South Ern. Ruth Coble Jackie tall avast Ruth Longford Phylis Carey Dupre Lynnette Fleming Lai Noine Fleming Linda Caldwell Douglas ringer Paul Williams Jay griffii., Andy Marinko David Jordan snitily Holland and Lynn Knobloch. The ii Glant will be directed by mrs. G. G. Broadway assisted by the mothers of the Church while the Cherub and adult choirs furn ish the music. A special Christmas eve Candle Light service to be conducted at the Church thursday at 11 . The Public invited. Coming of Prince of peace brought undying Hope to world Church sets Christmas pageant tomorrow a christinas pageant let there be Light will be presented by the Hopewell presbyterian Church sunday at 5 p. M. A Joy gift pageant the pro Gram presented each year for the Benefit of retired ministers their widows and their orphans. Mrs. Marion Barnes chairman of the program. Children of the Church portray the characters. Methodists schedule pageant the pageant a Christmas fan will to presented by the Church school of Central Metho dist Church it . Sunday. Portrayed in the pageant will be pilgrims speaking of the Christmas and the night of Jesus birth. Mrs j. P. Shivers the director. W. D. Blanton in charge of staging George h. Pruitt lighting and the misses Sara gun mid Diana. Leo Greene costumes and make up. Taking part in the pageant will in the following Walter l. Mcarver m l mad Tom. Taylor mrs. E. E. Hembree Don Greiner Dan Stoud Emirt Rogers Judy Rogers Lelle Chews my. Nancy Hammett. Hunter Stokes Richard King Mac 8 m. Hildio hour 11 a. M. Morning worship 8 p. M. Evangelistic service Rose Hill Church of god services . Sabbath school serv it. 11 . Mormimo Wormily. Or. Byrd to run Annapolis my. Dec. 18 or. H. C. Byrd retiring resident of the University of to filed papers a candidate lotto masons pick Welch Leader Latta Deo. 18 Paul Welch has Ihmi cd Vul Al worshipful Mas Ter of the Mackay masonic Lodge to. 77. Other newly elected officers in clude c. A. Davis senior Warden Jet acc Turbeville Junior Warden m. M. , treasurer w. Thompson n rotary c. C. Kerry senior Deacon Swift c. To stick Junior Deacon Joe l. Hern Don Steward Glenn Turbo Volle Slaward and h. Calhoun. Tiler. K. Hodge District Deputy Grami of Mullins key Mcdonald. Ralph Zimmerman. Tommy Bryce Del oui Rigelow bebic Shaw. Long. Tom my i own. Warley Taylor. Harvey Sei Seney. Lauralou . Eunice l. Nuli ant. Lean Gilchrist. Kuth Ileal tre. Julianne Carswell. Vir Ginia Cerbin. Matey Mcleod Susan Stanton Lucy Herbert Ann Ewing. Ann Wells Emma to Patricia Salon. Miriam Cutter Gladys Helen of teen Delores Adkins. Bettyjo Cooke Diana Greene. Mary King Mildred Hembree Llewellyn Bell am june Davis. Marsha Black. Dot tic Glenn. Margie Beth Mary Watson Wallace Watson. Tommy Tiller. Buddy Smith and Tommy Robertson. The choirs which will sing in Dor the direction of mrs. P. C. Overby and accompanied at the Organ by mrs. Junius Mclntosh St. Paul choir presents program of Yule music the senior choir of St. Paul methodist Church will present a program of Christmas music Day morning. Mrs. W. Q. Parker will direct he choir assisted by mrs. George Mccown organist. Soloists for he morning services will be Pat Elizabeth Strain mrs. Joel Annon and Fred Ducker. A quart composed of Elizabeth Strain mrs. B. T. Davis. Hal Strain and Edgar Geddie will sing also. Strain will play a violin Solo ave evening services at the Church vill begin at p. M. The Junior Hoir will sing seasonal Nusic Der the direction of mrs. L. D. Layman with Katherine Ducker organist. Ire made up of children in the kindergarten. Primary Junior intermediate and senior depart ments. For the democratic nomination i Levy Ritj cars at a re governor. I Cunt meeting. Gas 5 for 11.44 free gifts super a South Irry Street Cannon Ruth Cumby ban by Rev. P. Frank Price . often Christmas comes around so often does the world pause with the Hope and desire for the coming of the Prince of peace. Not that he known in All the world but the message concerning him and his Mission of peace on Earth has gone out into All parts of the world. The Star of Hope that shone Over Bethlehem has shined through Al most every language and in almost every country of the world. A War torn and weary world Hopes for peace and the Christ of our Christ Mas our Only tangible Hope. Other stars have shone for a while and then faded out but this Star of Hope shines on. I. There have been world conquer ors and world dictators Good bad and indifferent. Alexander the great about 300 years before Christ conquered the world of his Day and then wept because he had no More worlds to conquer. Napoleon was a world conqueror until he met his Waterloo. Then in exile on the Isle of St Helena he expressed some of his thoughts to where he stood and Why he lost. He said that Alexander cae Sar and himself were great world conquerors but that they lost be cause of their use of Force. The weapon of Jesus he said was love and so his kingdom would survive. There have been Good conquer ors and dictators like Oliver Crom Well but they had their Day and passed away but Jesus the Christ will not pass away. He the great Leader to which we can pen our Hopes and not be ashamed at the last. One reason that the kingdom of Jesus will abide this that he Laboured single Hea Ledly for the children of men whom he came to save and without one selfish motive. Paul in the second chapter of philippians dwells on this Christ the son one equal with god the father but he counted not his Equality with god a thing to be grasped and held. But in the profound phrase which Paul uses he emptied that though he was godlike in his Power knowledge Wisdom and holiness yet he gave up All of these great attributes in their out Ward form and glory and took on the form of a Man and was made obedient unto death even to death on the Cross. The glory of his godhead was submerged by his humanity. The glory was released on the mount of transfiguration but Day by Day he walked and talked and was act to weariness and suffering just All other humans Are. His sufferings on the Cross for examples not one Whit less than the sufferings of the two robbers on either Side. His sufferings were even More than their for he was suffering for the sins of the world n. In addition to ii philippians the great subject of the incarnation the coming of Jesus dwelt upon in the second chapter of hebrews there we Are reminded that Jesu look not on him the form of an Angel immune to suffering or the form of a Man who might his Power to save himself from pain and distress but he took 01 himself the form of the children of Abraham. And Why in Orde that he might become our faithful High priest who was chosen Fror among the people and shared a their pains of body and of mind he was weary like others. H even wept we weep under Grea Strain. He endured every possible and Pang of his fellow main order that he might Bucom their great Shepherd comforte and pastor. He was one who suffered with before he suffer for a on the Cross. And for Thi reason that he might become Christmas music program slated at Westminster a program of sacred Christmas music will to presented by the of the Westminster Presby Terian Church sunday at p. M. Those participating in the pro program. Under the direction of mrs. Alfred Manwiller. Will be the senior choir children choir. Yogi ii choir and the men choir. Soloists featured on the program will be the misses Sally Williams Lonnie Sanders and Dottie Turner. A duet will be Sunjy by mrs. John Kassab and miss Florence Baroody. Sermon topics St. Paul methodist a. M. We have com to worship p. M. Junior choir Chris Mas service. First Baptist a. M. Crowding Chris p. M. Christmas Pagean in Fellowship Hall. Church of the Nazarene 11 a. M. Man creates consecration to i p. In. God greatest if to Westminster presbyterian a. M. What will the master of the Vineyard p. M. Service of Sacra Christmas music. First presbyterian a. M. The indispensable p. M. The great Salva Central methodist a. M. The wonder i p. M. Christmas Pagean directed by mrs. J. P. Shiver Quality fuels i Cool fuel Oil Florence ice and fuel co. 204 North Irby St. Dial 8281 be comforter. Hebrews for was fitting that he for whom id by whom All tilings exist in singing Many sons to glory should Ake the Pioneer of their Salva on perfect through sufferings. He was perfect in every other Spect except in the human sex Rienche of misery and distress id this he endured in order that e might become a True comforter Well a True Saviour. we and on toward the close of the Apter it said because he self has suffered and been opted he Able to help those 10 Are in his becoming a Man under e Law for the expiation of our he our glorious Saviour. His endurance of both suffering and temptation he becomes our Saviour perfect in his experience the ills of humanity in order at he might become our perfect comforter. Ill the Story told of Peter the Reat of Russia that a Prince be to follow his father a King e left the Palace went Down Mong his people they not know g who he was and became a Immon Man distressed because their sorrows and Hurt because their grievances. Knowing inti lately his fellow men. He returned i the Palace to succeed to the Irone a True sympathizer. Whether this Story True in Art or not it illustrates what be . By right he could take the Irone and by Merit he was pre ared to Rule his people saving Iem from their sorrows Well from their sins. This the kind Saviour we have one who by get the governor of the whole universe and so of every part. Not Only by right but by Merit r he saves through his per act character and never failing empathy. That not even an Angel Ould do. No wonder we can Cele rate his birthday with a great and exceeding Joy. And so we sex stantly sing "0 Little town of Bethlehem How still we see thee a above thy deep and dreamless keep the silent stars go by. Be n thy dark streets Shin eth the everlasting Light the Hopes and ears of All the years Are met in ice in. The kind of kingdom that Jesus Citadel cadets end 1st Quarter Charleston dec. 19 Cita Al cadets this week Are completing the first Quarter of the 1953 954 academic year and making i reparations. Ough. For Chr Somas Lur Christmas holidays for the South Carolina corps of cadets will be Gin saturday and will end Jan. 4 on Friday the cadets will make heir annual Christmas visit to the orphanages in the Charleston area they will bring gifts for the orphans. The Christmas hop last forma dance of the Calendar year will be iced Friday evening in the Citadel armory. The Christmas hop traditional y the ring dance at which the Ling ceremony and the Drill o he Junior sword Drill Are feature 3. Earlier Friday the graduation seniors will be honoured by the Cadet corps at the graduation pm Rade. This will take place at . On the Parade ground. Winter commencement exercises will be held in summer Chapel at 10 a n. Saturday morn ing. Col. L. S. Letellier acting pres Dent will be the speaker. Col. R. Westmoreland chairman of the Board of visitors will Confer the degrees and award the diploma cameras to Flash sets to Flash bulbs Sizeo-ll-40 Only 14c each press 5 lie film 120 and 620 39c 616 and 116 49c and j drug co. Ame to establish May be Illus ated by two verses in the old testament and two from the new testament. In Isaiah we read his name Elor the mighty god the Ever sting father that the father i new the Prince of each. In psalm 46 we read he Mak h wars to cease unto the end of e Earth. He break eth the Bow and Cutteta the Spear in Sunder e Burneth the Chariot in the in the Book of Luke we have a Ong of the Angels peace on Arth Good will among in philippians second chapter e have the Assurance that every Nee shall Bow and every Tongue confess that Jesus Christ lord i the glory of god the the perfect reign of the Prince Pesce throughout the world hat we look Forward to a Glo bus Hope. But also there a personal application to each one f "0 holy child of Bethlehem de Send to we Pray cast out our a and enter in be born in Oday. We hear the Christmas an Els the great glad tidings Tell come to abide with our we dope Pius x to be raised to sainthood Vatican City dec. 18 we Ope Pius x the Humble prelate ready popularly known papa the Pope Saint will be elevated to sainthood in the Spring f 1954, the Vatican said today. His canonization will be a High ight of the Marian year which tarted 10 Days ago to Honor the Mary. Pius a once Giuseppe Cardinal Larto archbishop of Venice died aug. 20, 1914. His beatification took Ilace on june 3, 1951. He thus be ame the first Pope in 279 years o be so honoured. In one of the final Steps of the process toward sainthood the congregation of of 12 congregations that govern Catho in Church the Validity of two circles attributed o the dead pontiff intervention. Two verified and accepted Mira cles Are normally required for canonization and must have occurred after the death of the can Diate for sainthood. The miracles approved involved a neopolitan attorney and a Sci Ian nun in 1951 and 1952. The congregation of kites validated hem circles after a commis Sion of nine doctors met last june and reported that cures of diseases n both persons had been affected supernaturally. Assembly of god program scheduled a dream of. The Christ. Child will be dramatized by the Young people of the first Assembly of of sunday at p. M. The Public invited to attend the program which will feature children. Those attending will receive bags of fruit at the end of the program. It you know that wore american families own Homes today than pay rent according to the Institute of life insurance 65% of american families own their own Homes. In our opinion this a very Good sign. But this Only one indication of the terrific change that taking place. The Institute also reports that we Are raising larger families our children Are getting More education we Are living longer and earning More Money. Our personal investment in All of these should cause to realize that we have More to protect. This where life insurance comes in. Some of the Best brains in our country Are constantly being employed to devise More and better ways to Eive to changing America the various kinds of Protection it life provide four distinct types of Protection to meet the majority of the needs of the american fam ily. Ask the capital Man. To help you with your Protection. Preside capital life insurance company Fenili m to a Orvitt Columbia . Christmas program a dream of the Christ child presented by Young people of first Assembly of god 1626 w. Palmetto Street december 20th p. M. Public invited g. Dixon

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