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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 16, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Thursday january 16,1664 Page Flea the churches of the Community invite you to attend services regularly Eldred Eldred methodist Rev. Robert e. Goode pastor sunday 9 45 school. La worship. 6 Fellowship. 7 30 Fellowship. Tuesday 7 15 youth Fellowship. Choir rehearsals Cherub pre school and first Grade a wednesday 3 30, Parish Hall. Junior 2nd through 4th Grade a wednesday 4, basement. Carol 5th through 8th grades a tuesday 7 15. My 9th through College age a sunday after my meeting. Senior wednesday 7. St. Raphael s Catholic Eldred Rev. Eugene Coleman pastor sunday masses 8 30 . And 10 30 . Weekday masses schooltime�?7 . All saturdays�?8 30 . First fridays�?6 . Holydays�?7 30 ., 6 . St. Mary so Sartwell masses sundays and holidays �?10 30 . St. John so Duke Center sunday masses�?8 30 . And 10 30 . Holydays�?7 30 . Seventh Day adventists Alvin j. Stewart pastor saturday 9 .�?sabbath worship. 10 15 .�?sabbath school thursday 7 30 .�?Bible Gass. First Church of god Rev. Donald Murphy pastor 9 30 worship. 10 30 school 6 .�?youth Fellowship. 7 30 .�?evangelistic service. Mcrae er09k Wesleyan Rev. Larry Lutz pastor sunday 10 school. 11 worship. 7 30�?evangelistic service. 6 45 . A Young people s meeting. Wednesday 6 30 .�?choir rehearsal. 7 .�?prayer meeting. Free methodist Church Rev. Dewey m. Kiffer pastor sunday 10 school. 11 worship. 7 .�?jms meeting. 7 30 .�?evening service. Wednesday 6 .�?cyc meeting. 7 30 .�?prayer service. Faith Chapel Rev. Margaret Holmes pastor sunday 10 school 11 worship. 7 30 .�?evening service. Wednesday 7 30 .�?children�?Ts service a Friday 7 30 .�?prayer and study. St. Matthew s episcopal Lay readers Clifton Rose and j. H. Welch 1st, 2nd and 4th sundays la prayer and Sermon. 3rd sunday la .�?holy communion the venerable Roy Schaffer Archdeacon of the episcopal diocese of Erie celebrant. Every sunday la .�?Church school Calvary Temple Rev. Chauncey Eggan pastor tonight 7 30 .�?prayer meeting. Saturday 7 30 .�?men�?Ts prayer meeting. Sunday 9 30 school 10 30 worship 7 30 .�?evening worship. Tuesday 7 30 .�?ladies�?T work shop. Wednesday 1 30 .�?Sunbeam choir. 7 .�?teen-meet. Christian a missionary Alliance Church tonight 7 30 .�?prayer service and Bible study. Sunday 9 30 .�?worship service. 10 30 .�?sunday school 7 30 .�?evening service. Wednesday 7 30 .�?youth Fellowship. Smethport evangelical United. Brethren churches East Smethport Rev. John p. Ruggles pastor sunday 10 school 11 .�?worship service. 6 15 .�?youth Fellowship. 7 30 .�?evening service. Wednesday 7 30 .�?mid-week service. 8 30 .�?choir rehearsal. Farmers Valley Rev. Lynn Ostrander pastor. Sunday 9 30 .�?worship service. 10 30 school wednesday 7 45 .�? midweek prayer and Praise service. Menus meeting�?2nd sunday of each month at 8 . Wows meeting�?2nd Friday of each month at 8 . Coleville Rev. John p. Ruggles pastor sunday 9 30 .�?worship service. 10 45 school 6 30 .�?youth Fellowship. 7 30 .�?evening service. Tuesday6 30 .�?choir rehearsal. 7 30 .�?midweek service. St. Elizabeth s roman Catholic Church Rev. James h. Weber pastor sunday masses 7 00, 8 30 and 10 30 . Weekday masses 7 30 .�? monday through Friday. Confessions every saturday 4 to 5 . And 7 30 to 9 . Trinity lutheran Church thursday Rev. Roy w. Christensen pastor 7 15 choir rehearsal. 8 cd a Cir rehearsal 7 30 . Committee on social ministry will hold a meeting at the parsonage. 8 30 .�?the committee on worship and music will also meet in the parsonage. Friday 7 30 .�?members of the Church Council and their wives will attend a up Jal dinner at the Castle restaurant. Sunday 9 45 .�?Church school la .�?the service of worship. 7 30 .�?members of Church Council will attend a meeting on evangelism at Tabor Church in Kane. Monday 7 30 .�?the Martha unit will hold its monthly meeting at the Home of Emily Lopus. Tuesday 3 45 .�?confirmation class will meet at the Church. 7 .�?the executive committee of the Luther league will hold a meeting in the Home of Roy Pettit. Wednesday to .�?adult Bible Gass. 4 .�?members of the Junior choir will meet for rehearsal. January 38 7 30 .�?annual congregational meeting. Regular Baptist Church Hill Street Smethport of oni Aht 7 30 .�?adult Bible Gass party at the Home of or. And mrs. Ted Haupt. Friday the tri county Baptist Fellowship will meet in the Maplehurst Baptist Church at Hinsdale . Sessions will be held at 2 30 and 7 30 . The speaker will be pastor Thomas Long of Randolph . Sunday 9 45 . A sunday Bible school. 10 40 .�?worship service. 3 .�?county Home and jail service. 6 .�?jet cadets and orchestra rehearsal. 6 30 .�?byp and Junior High groups. 7 .�?prayer time. 7 30 .�?song service special music and helpful Bible message. Monday 7 30 .�?sunday Bible school Council meeting. Cyclone Community Rev. Leonard Mathewson pastor sunday 10 school 11 worship. Tuesday 7 30 .�?prayer meeting. Crosby methodist t. Lee Bennett pastor sunday 10 15 . A Church school. Special song service for children 11 30 worship. Pope Paul blesses the cheering throng in St Peter s Square Vatican on his return from his pilgrimage to the holy land. Rome before entering the radio photo Rev. Cecil Wilson supt of Olean dish methodist Church died sunday Olean . Special a the Rev. Cecil Wilson 62, District superintendent of the Olean District of the methodist Gennesee conference died at 8 30 . Duke Center Eldred methodist Church schedules the Eldred family night Fellowship begins at 6 30 . Tonight. Mrs. Virgil Barber will give the devotions. John Woodard in charge of the program will present the film a facts of Faith a a Moody Bible Institute science film designed to show the necessity of the new birth and the Assurance of bodily resurrection. One million volts of electricity Blaze through or. Moons body during one of the accompanying Laboratory illustrations. All Church families Are invited to attend. Bring a Tureen and table service. The youth membership class in Eldred meets each saturday at to . A time of recreation and fellowships follows the class. All methodist youth who Are not members of the Church Are invited to attend. The subject for this saturday is a finding the Max Housler will entertain the Eldred Bible study group this saturday at their Home. This class is open to All who wish to attend. The Book of revelation is being studied at the present time. Judge Glenn e. Mencer will speak at the Eldred methodist Church this sunday evening at 7 30. He will speak on a moral values and personal decisions a the third in a series on the methodist study of a moral Man and moral the Public is cordially invited to attend this service. The a pcs will meet next thursday at 8 . In the Church Parlours. Mrs. Emily Cooke is in charge of the program. Circle five will hostess the meeting. Other Eldred meetings include Carol and senior choir rehearsals at 6 30 and 7 30 on monday Eldred Board of trustees monday at 7 30 commission on missions on tuesday the 21st mid week prayer service wednesday at 7 30 Junior choir rehearsal wednesday at 3 30 circles two and three wednesday and thursday at to . Meetings in Duke Center include Junior and senior choir rehearsals thursday at 6 30 and 7 30 . Junior i youth will meet sunday at 5 . At the Parish House senior i youth meet at the same time in the Church Sanctuary. All the Young people Are encouraged to attend these meetings. The boy scout god and country class meets wednesday at 3 45 it the Church. Plans Are being made for the Observance of the world Day of prayer to be held Friday feb. 14, in each Community on a cooperative basis. The Public will be invited to attend these services. Witnesses to assemble members of the Smethport congregation of Jehovah a witnesses will attend an Assembly in Westfield ., on Friday saturday and sunday. Sixteen congregations in Northwestern Pennsylvania and southwestern new York will be represented. There will be a Bible lecture sunday at 3 . In Easton Hall. St. Luke s episcopal Church Rev. Arthur Cope Rector Friday 7 30 .�?requiem Celebration of the holy communion. 2nd sunday after Epiphany 8 .�?holy communion. 10 30 prayer holy eucharist and address by brother Willard s b b., of St. Barnabas House North East pa., followed by covered dish luncheon and annual Parish meeting. Monday 7 30 . A meeting of St. Luke a vestry. 7 30 . A meeting of St. Priscilla a Guild. Wednesday 9 45 .�? morning prayer holy communion and work meeting of the Church women of St. Luke a. 3 45 .�?girls�?T choir rehearsal. 7 choir rehearsal. Sunday in Olean general Hospital after several months of illness. He was a Clergyman for 37 years. A native of Medina the Rev. Or. Wilson served As pastor of the Baptist Church in Waterville minn., while attending Mcalester College in St. Paul where he earned his . Degree in 1927. While attending Colgate Rochester divinity school in Rochester the Rev. Or. Wilson served the Union Hill methodist Church from 1927 to 1929. He received his Bachelor of divinity degree in 1930 when he was ordained into the Genesee conference. He held pastorate in Rochester Perry Buffalo Portville and Weston a Mills from 1944 to 1947. The following two years he taught at the Genesee Junior College in Lima. . He returned to Rochester in 1949 and 1950 and was pastor of the Lake Avenue Church and vicar from 1950 to 1956 before coming to Trinity methodist Church in Olean where he served until 1859 when he became superintendent of the Cornell District. The Rev. Or. Wilson was appointed Olean District superintendent in 1961. He was chairman of the Genesee conference Board of ministerial training from 1957 to 1959 after serving 13 years As a member. Surviving Are his wife the former miss Mildren Sippel a daughter mrs. Richard Kotila. Bedford Ohio two sons Paul f., with the . Naval band in Washington c., and Richard d., a student in Greensboro . College his Mother mrs. Frederick Wilson and a sister miss Mildred Wilson both of Rochester. The body was removed to Trinity methodist Church where funeral services were conducted yesterday by Bishop w. Ralph Ward of Syracuse presiding Bishop and the four Genesee District superintendents including the Rev. Clytus Mowrey of Rochester and the Rev. Earl h. Bell pastor of Trinity Church. Burial was in White Haven memorial Park in Rochester. Brother Willard to speak sunday at St Luke a brother Willard s.b.b., who has been in charge of St. Barnabas Home at North East pa., for Many years will visit St. Luke a episcopal Church Smethport. Next sunday. Brother Willard will speak at the 10 30 . Service sunday and will be a guest at the covered dish luncheon and annual St. Luke a Parish meeting which will follow the luncheon. St. Barnabas Home does a great humanitarian work by proving a Refuge for ill men and boys. This project is supported by the contributions of interested persons. The Mother House of St. Barnabas brotherhood is located at Gibsonia. A reports will be presented in mimeographed form during St. Luke a Parish meeting and three vestry men will be elected. Arrangements for the covered dish luncheon Are in charge of St. Priscilla a Guild. The Rev. Arthur Cope Rector of St. Luke a has issued an invitation to the Public to hear brother Willard speak next sunday morning. I eth Century idea new York the idea of a the superiority of the White race took on its autocratic nature in the 19th Century belgian Catholic philosopher Jacques Leclercq writes in a new Book the Christian and world integration Hawthorne. A when the romans spoke of the libyans who Are coloured they did not re or to them As an inferior race a he says. A nor As far As Shakespeare was concerned was Othello or a the Moor of Venice a less important person because of his Marc exists Liturgy Ossining .�?�?ogood thief sunday was observed in sing sing prison. The it. Rev. George Mckinney Catholic chaplain said mass was celebrated in More than 400 other correctional institutions commemorating St. Dismas the criminal crucified beside Christ who asked and received forgiveness. Eldred Actu to meet tonight the Rev. Donald Murphy pastor of the first Church of god Eldred will speak during a meeting of the Eldred woman a Christian Temperance Union tonight at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. Male Loop on King St. The Rev. Or. Murphy is an honorary member of the organization. Miss Mary Cotton will conduct the business meeting and mrs. Delia Hardy will be in charge of devotions with the theme a a new mrs. Charles Haupt will direct the Christian citizenship program and mrs. Curtis Nichols will present the study Book. Mission founded on Faith is crowing by Bob Haring Tulsa okla. A a Rescue Mission founded la years ago on a Faith and a shoestring is surviving a and growing a on that diet. Throughout its life the John 3 16 Mission has depended on Faith Hope and Charity. Now though its founder has gone it plans to expand both its services and its physical facilities with Faith that the Bills somehow will be paid. They always have been since the Rev. Robert Geisinger started the Mission oct. 18, 1952, in a former fish Market. It moved later to a three store building near downtown Tulsa. Now those quarters Are too Small and in need of repair. Difference of opinion Geisinger left the Mission last november attributing his resignation to differences of opinion with the Board of the nonprofit institution. But the Mission Wasny to a Day without a director. The Rev. Al Seitz had come to Tulsa after finishing a youth for Christ leadership school and in the words of Board member Bob Dickson was a waiting for he did no to know what when Geisinger resigned. Seitz took Over next Day. Now the Mission is negotiating for a larger building and planning to expand its services to accommodate destitute families and footloose youngsters As Well As the derelicts who now i Are furnished food Beds clothes and daily religious services. Of the building Dickson a lumber and hardware dealer says. A we done to know How we re going to for it. We expect it will come along just like Al lived in Faith Seitz echoes this saying a a we la take the new building on similar Faith kept Geisinger going in the years he headed John 3 16. Once As Bills mounted and prospects dimmed Geisinger said he a got Down on my Knees and i be seethed the lord for a few Days later a letter signed a a Friend in the gospel arrived directing Geisinger to be on a certain Street Corner at a certain time. Geisinger was. A Man approached. He refused to give his name. But he gave five $100 Bills. The Mission gets no help from the City county or welfare agencies. But Tulsa churches Are beginning to help supplying teams to conduct nightly services at the Mission plus contributions of Cash food and clothing. Aspiring opera Singer Geisinger 57, said he was a an aspiring opera Singer in new York when he turned to religion. He said he had spent some years touring with gospel and evangelistic groups before he joined Chicago a Pacific gardens Mission in 1942. Ten years later he arrived in Tulsa As a tool and die maker for an aircraft company. After a few months he Opearl John 3 16, taking its name from the biblical verse a for god so loved the world that he gave his Only Begotten son. That whosoever Beli Eveth in him should not perish but have everlasting Seitz also worked at the Pacific Garden Mission for two years before coming to Tulsa. Both he and Geisinger feel they w Ere guided to the City and to the Mission work. Geisinger said he was ordained about 15 years ago As a Southern Baptist minister. Seitz 30, a College music major also was ordained As a Southern Baptist. Geisinger now operates a Home for retired persons next door to John 3 16 and plans to open a Small Mission. Seitz feels there is room for another Mission such As Geisinger plans. Decision about death Ann Arbor Basic experience essential to becoming a Monk is the recognition that life becomes senseless unless it transcends death brother David Steindl Rast told a University of Michigan audience. A Monk of it. Savior monastery Pine City ., he said a by detachment continence and obedience to a master the Monk strips himself of the goods of which death will deprive All men especially Money sex Independence which our society clutches in your problems to Church tins week a a Milium leave Tim to fief she s everybody s aunt everybody in the Community Calls her a a aunt and she is just that to All whether related by blood ties or not. Almost every neighbourhood is blessed with an aunt Mary Mary in this instance represents All the first names and the residents wonder what they would Ever without her. They All Marvel at the Many things she accomplishes. She is a veritable mine of information about the past yet she does no to live in the past but keeps informed on what is going on in the world today. Children High school youths and grown enjoy conversation with her. If Johnny has Carbuncle she shows up with a Cream poultice. If Jane newlywed is giving her first dinner about which she is much concerned aunt Many shows up with a pie when the cake is burned the blackest. She is on hand to Aid with the first baby and when death enters the Home she knows just what to and say to make the Burden bearable. She has had sorrows too vet she always seems Calm and Serene. Ask aunt Mary her philosophy of life and Shell probably laugh it off but if you would know her secret just follow her on sunday morning and you la find yourself in Church. It is the Fountain source of help to aunt Mary and will be for you a attending Church regularly. This series of advertisements is contributed to the churches St the following business firms and individuals Quaker state Oil refining corp. Mckean Plant a Farmer Valley Smethport Auto parts wholesale a retail North Penn Gas company Smethport office produces Bank Aad Trust Comly ant bar f.1.c Backus company Smethport Johnson pharmacy the dependable Drue Stom

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