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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 2, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Thursday july so 1964 Page firs the churches of the Community invite you to attend services regularly area eur pastors returned to posts a number of eur pastors were returned 4o area churches As the result of the 3-Day annual session of the denomination in Findley Lake . The Rev. Or. Glenn e. Donel son Jamestown ., superintendent of the conference announced appointments of pastors. Returned were the Rev. John Eldred Eldred methodist Rev. Robert e. Goode pastor sunday 9 45 school. La worship. 5 i Fellowship. 7 30 service. Saturday to i Fellowship. Duke Center methodist Rev. Robert e. Goode pastor sunday 9 30 worship. 10 45 school. I and senior i fellowships. St. Raphael s Catholic Eldred Rev. Eugene Coleman pastor sunday Massas 8 30 . And 10 30 . Weekday Massas schooltime�?7 . All saturdays�?8 30 . First fridays�?6 . Holydays�?7 30 ., 6 . St. Mary so Sartwell masses sundays and holidays �?10 30 . Smethport evangelical United Brethren churches a ast Smethport Rev. John p. Ruggles pastor sunday 10 school. 11 .�?worship service. 6 is .�?youth Fellowship. 7 30 service. Wednesday 7 30 .�?mid-week service 8 30 .�?choir rehearsal. Farmers Valley Rev. Lynn Ostrander pastor sunday 930 .�?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 . 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 class. First Church of god Rev. Donald Murphy pastor sunday 9 25 choir practice. 9 30 school. 10 30 worship. 11 30 .�?adult choir practice. 6 .�?friendway club and youth Fellowship. 6 30 .�?Fellowship of the concerned 7 service. Coleville Rev. John p. Rubies pastor sunday 9 30 .�?worship service. 10 45 school. 6 30 .�?youth Fellowship. 7 30 service. Tuesday 6 30 .�?choir rehearsal. 7 30 .�?midweek service. 0. A. Johnson to be lutheran Parley Delegate o. Albert Johnson of Trinity lutheran Church Smethport will represent the Western Pennsylvania West Virginia Synod of the lutheran Church in America at the denomination s second biennial convention at Pittsburgh opening today and continuing for a week. Important policy statements and a Long list of constitutional amendments will occupy the attention of the 700 delegates. Documents on race relations marriage and family life ministerial standards holy communion prayer in the Public schools and a master plan for theological education will be considered along with recommendations for a $58,863,500 budget for the 1965-66 biennium. Delegates will also give attention to a list of amendments to the la Constitution and the churches pension plans. The opening service of the convention will be held in the grand ballroom of the Pittsburgh Hilton hotel this morning at to with the Rev. Or. Franklin Clark Fry. La president As preacher. The Rev. Or. Malvin h. Lundeen Church Secretary will serve As officiant. St. Elizabeth s roman Catholic Church Rev. James h. Weber pastor sunday Massas 7 00, 8 30 and 10 30 am. Weekday masses 7 30 .�? monday through Friday. Confessions every saturday 4 to 5 . And 7 30 to 9 . 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. P. Ruggles East Smethport Coleville the Rev. Keith Perry port Allegany and the Rev. Harold b. West Sweden Valley. The Rev. Donald m. Richardson Bradford West Branch the Rev. Leroy l. Lundgren Evans memorial at Degolia Lewis run the Rev. John f. Olex Rixford the Rev. Paul h. Whitcomb Rew the Rev. Harold m. Burdick Sawyer the Rev. J. Leon Maneval Salamanca and the Rev. Howard Markel steam Burg were All returned. The Rev. Leo Hansen was returned to Hill memorial eur Church in Bradford. New pastors and their assignments include the Rev. C. Dale Dupont to Supply pastor at Gifford he was at Cochranton and the Rev. Jerry Angevine of Rixford goes from Warren to Clarence Center . He also was elected As conference Secretary. The Rev. Harry l. Bauer goes from Bear Lake pa., to Williston . The Rev. Lynn h. Ostrander from Coryville Farmers Valley to Bear Lake and the Rev. Charles f. Palmer from Gifford to Lake pleasant. The Rev. Lynn a. Bergman has been transferred to Warren from East Aurora. N.y., to take Over at Salem Church. Replacing the Rev. Or. Ostrander at Farmers Valley will be the Rev. Leo w. Mcgaughey from North East a. The Rev. Arthur j. Vrooman goes from Frewsburg . To Deckard pa., the Rev. Elmer l. Coleman from Gasport ., to Titusville and the Rev. David l. Ostrander pastor at Pleasantville pa., was named new Leader of the Titusville District. Regular Baptist Church Rev. Walter vile pastor tonight 7 30 . A official Board meeting. Sunday 9 45 school with missionary emphasis. 10 40 a worship sender. 6 .�?orchestra rehearsal. 7 . A pre sender prayer time. 7 30 .�?good song Venice and helpful Bible message by pastor vile. Wednesday 7 .�?instruction class for baptism. 7 30 . A Bible study and prayer Venice. Mcrae Brook Wesleyan Rev. Larry Lutz pastor sunday 10 school. 11 worship. 7 30�?evangelistic service. 6 45 . A Young Peoples meeting. Wednesday 6 30 .�?choir rehearsal. 7 .�?prayer meeting. Free methodist Church Rev. Dewey m. Kiffer pastor sunday 10 school. 11 worship. 7 .�?f.m.y. Meeting. 7 30 Venice. First sunday of month la .�?j.m.s. Meeting. Wednesday 7 30 .�?prayer Venice. Faith Chapel Rev. Margaret Holmes pastor sunday 10 school. 11 worship. 7 30 service. Wednesday 7 30 .�?children�?Ts Venice. A Friday 7 30 .�?prayer and study. St. Matthew s of Scopal Lay readers Clifton f. Rose and j. H. Watch 1st, 2nd and 3rd sundays Llama morning prayer and Sermon. 4th sunday la .�?holy communion the venerable Roy Schaffer Archdeacon of the episcopal diocese of Erie celebrant. Every sunday la .�?Church school. Christian a missionary Alliance Church sunday 9 45 . A sunday school. Classes for All Ages. La .�?worship Venice. 6 45 .�?youth Fellowship. 7 30 . A evening Venice. Gospel song and Sermon. Wednesday 3 30 choir rehearsal. 7 30 .�?prayer Venice and Bible study. First monday of month 8 .�?executive committee. 2nd and last tuesday meeting of ladies missionary prayer Fellowship. 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 Rev. William Yates pastor tonight 7 30 .�?prayer service and Bible study. Sunday 9 45 school la worship. 7 30 service. Wednesday 7 30 .�?youth Fellowship. Trinity lutheran Church Rev. Roy w. Christensen. Pastor today 10 .�? Start of lutheran Church in americans second biennial convention at Pittsburgh. Members Are Welcome to attend All sessions. Sunday 9 45 .�?Church school and confirmation. 11 .�?the service of worship at which time the sacrament of holy communion will be administered. 4 .�?the 8th session of the pastors class. The theme for discussion will be a the Christian monday 8 .�?the Law will hold their joint meeting. The evening will be devoted to the completion of special service projects. All women Are Welcome. Thursday 8 .�?the Church Council will meet in the Home of Francis Artley. Four Hundred hands fashion happiness through 200 dolls St. Luke s episcopal Church 4th sunday after Trinity july s 8 .�?holy communion. 10 30 .�?.shortened morning prayer and holy communion. The Rev. Bruce Ryan of Boca Raton fla., will celebrate holy communion. There will be no weekday services. The Rev. Or. Ryan Rector of St. Gregory a episcopal Church in Boca Raton will conduct the services at St. Luke a during the month of july. Father Ryan his wife and family will occupy the rectory. A native of Kane he is a former vicar of St. Francis of Assissi Church in Youngsville. A tiny new Orleans lass takes a Geek at some of the dolls on display in in Hibernia Bank office. By Maxin Barritt Central Presa association correspondent new Orleans adults gone Back to playing dolls in a Way yes last August new Orleans Hibernia National Bank bought and distributed 200 dolls one to each of the ladies of the Bank both those employed there or whose husbands or friends volunteered their services. The dolls All Pony tailed blondes brunettes and red Heads were equipped with Only underpants socks and shoes. Ground rules were simple to dress these dolls in time for tha first week of december to be Given to sick children confined to Charity Hospital of new Orleans. With Holiday happiness the altruistic motive behind the doll dressing project both men and women connected either directly or indirectly with the Bank took to designing and sewing miniature clothes As though they Smethport methodist Church Rev. H. W. Beveridge pastor sunday 8 45 .�?chapel service in Harris class room. A come As your Are a topic a dual pianist Rebecca Fry. B 45 . A Church school Hugh Fry supt. La . A worship service. Topic a dual soloist mrs. Bertha Barr a great is thy organist mrs. Russell Johnson. I were old hands at dress making. Some of the exceptionally eager ones produced several outfits for one doll others planned a series of characters to fit themes of Robin Hood Alice in wonderland and other storybook favourites. # a a a some women said it became a give and take project while making doll clothes to give away they Learned much about designing and sewing which encouraged them to make clothes for themselves in the future. Mrs. Jeanne maitre an Exchange Teller won first prize with her a Senorita Maria Quot doll dressed in a Spanish costume of Black and red taffeta and lace. A i started on my doll one Rainy sunday afternoon a says mrs. Maitre a and became so intrigued with the idea i Stop until my doll had a Rose in her hand and earrings made of beads glued to her Tarsi Quot. On the first Friday of december All 200 dolls were set up in the lobby of the Bank a main office where new Orleans children and adults alike Wera invited to View them before Winner judging took place. The judging committee was composed of the president of the Junior league of new Orleans the wife of the president of Tulane University the women s editor of a newspaper tha president of the International organization of service clubs and the president of the women s auxiliary of the new Orleans chamber of Commerce. Following the judging three women from the Bank who headed the doll committee responsible for coordinating All arrangements Between the Bank and Charity Hospital were the ones to know the greatest satisfaction from this project As they visited the Hospital and saw the rays of Sunshine Light up Little faces of the Young Hospital a a residents who were recipients of the dolls. Emporium youth continues work with witnesses Lester Vallimont of it. I Emporium has returned from a three Day training program at the Warren roller Arena. He attended the gathering not to receive roller skating lessons but As a minister of Jehovah a witnesses. The purpose of the Assembly was to further Bible knowledge. Talks demonstrations and a film were Given on this behalf. Or. Vallimont. Who recently graduated from Cameron county High school attended the convention with the Smethport congregation. There were Over 1,200 present at the Warren sessions one of the largest witnesses conventions to be held in this area. When asked about his plans for the future or. Vallimont said a i intend to continue with the ministry work i have been doing. Soon i Hope to be assigned to the organization s world Headquarters in new York City and continue my throughout his senior year in High school or. Vallimont had engaged in missionary service with the Smethport congregation. At present he is working under supervision of the congregation As an associate minister and is assisting in the work in Austin. Modem styling by Edward s. Kitch Glencoe in. Apr Church architecture has made a giant step toward More Freedom in modern styling in a new jewish Temple designed by famed Jap anese american architect Minoru Yamasaki of Detroit. The North Shore congregation Israel is conducting a series of dedicatory services in its new synagogue a wide departure parents night Friday parents night will be observed Friday at 7 30 in the Eldred first Church of god. Parents of every child in the vacation Bible school Are invited to attend. Each class will have a 15-minute program of music and recitations and the craftsmanship will be on display. The Public is invited to attend. Victims of alcohol us often experience blackouts a Complete loss of memory for hours or Days at a time. Church going state Atlanta the Georgia state chamber of Commerce says the state s spiritual atmosphere is conducive to Good Industrial relations. A its 1964 Industrial Survey the chamber reports that 78 percent of Georgia a residents Are Church members. A an incidental but important by product of such a spiritual atmosphere is its relationship to favourable Industrial conditions a says the Survey. A it is difficult to arouse animosity Between employers and employees who work closely in their Church and sunday from the traditional building of stained Glass windows. Byzantine cupolas and colourful interiors. It is Snow White and covers 42,500 Square feet. A we did no to feel bound by tradition in its design a said or. Edgar e. Siskin rabbi of the reformed Judaism congregation in this Chicago suburb. Huge windows in the 800-seat Sanctuary invite a Clear View of Trees and Lake Michigan. Daylight filters through Amber Glass High in the fan like Arches. At night a Rheostat controls lights enclosed in the Arches and skylights and edging the Golden Ark which holds the sacred scrolls behind the Brimah podium. Matching lecterns for the Cantor and rabbi Are on each Side of the stage. A huge White and Gold 7-Candle menorah is on the congregations left. Special sound installations give a feeling of presence to Tho spoken word religious music and chants of the Cantor. Individual upholstered seat Are featured in the pews. The Organ and choir loft Over the rear area features a delicately designed pipe Organ. Yamasaki a creative touch with Concrete and steel was featured in the unique . Science Pavilion at the 1962 Seattle fair. His first Church building in Glencoe utilizes his ability to get the most decorative effect with pre stressed Concrete. Eight pairs of Concrete and steel fan vaults weighing More than 90 tons per pair form the framework of the Sanctuary. A two Story 18-classroom Wing serves the congregations 1,900 children. The congregation founded in 1920, has a membership of 1,800 families. Yamasaki was hired in 1959 to design the building a $3-million project. Tent services non sectarian gospel preaching town Fark Eldred be. Sundays 3 30 p. M. Tuesdays thursdays fridays 7 45 p. M. All Are Welcome ministers Ronald Thomke Franklyn Porter Jotic your problems to Church Fife swell my miftmsjenet6eai Torf ii a pc a it Affef Puppi so a world Bank a Globe Bank for the inhabitants of the world in which to Deposit their savings a the material results of their productive labor a would be a Fine thing if at the same time this Bank composed of All the family savings Banks were not also stored with the hates Breeds jealousies and avarice of the human race. The savings which Are the fruits of individual labor and Thrift bring happiness but All the latter mentioned things when stored up Breed discontent and War to the world. In Church few people study War. The Church is the Best Assurance against the storing up and saving of those things that can cause it. You can do your part by attending the Church of your Choice and urging your friends to do likewise. This series of advertisements is contributed to the churches it the following business firms and individuals Quaker state Oil refining corp. Mckean Plant a Fanner Valley Smethport Auto parts Wheles Ole retail North Penn Gas company Smethport office a Oduces Bank my to ust co sir ant member . Backus company Johnson pharmacy Inot pert a the dependable drag Stere

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