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Dr. William F. Quillian
To Be Gues) Speaker At Mt. Vernon Place Dr. William F. Quillian, one of the : secretaries for the Board of Missions and Church Extension of the Meth odist Church, will be the guest speaker at Mount Vernon Place tomorrow. At 9 and 11 a.m. he will speak on “The World To morrow" and at , R p.m. on “The Mind of Christ.” Dr. Q u i 1 lian, at the age of 22, following gradu ation from Em ory College, be came president of Warthen Col lege in Georgia, Dr. Quillian. and , ftve years later went to Mexico as a pastor and educator. He also served as president of Wesleyan College. For 10 years he was general secretary of the Board of Christian Education of the Methodist Church. The junior church will meet in the chapel at 11 a.m... where the Rev. Lloyd H. Snyder, jr„ will speak on “Judging Others.” A buffet supper will be held at 5:45 p.m. in the social hall. Service men and women are invited to meet with the young people for this hour of fellowship and entertainment. The young people will meet on the K street side of the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday before presenting a program at the Home for the Incurables. Outdoor Sscred Concert Every Sunday, 4 to 5 P.M. (Rain or Shine) All-Requeit Program Old Songs of the Church BROADCAST FROM THE LITTLE CHURCH OF FORT LINCOLN BY THE Fort Lincoln Male Quartet Justin Lawrie, Director James B. Smileys, Organist Chester J. Sparks, Announcer You can sit in your car under the tall shade trees of Fort Lin coln and listen to the amplified music. CAPITAL TRANSIT Bl SES STOP RIGHT AT OCR ENTRANCE Fori Lincoln Cemetery Bladensburg Read ot District Line - —— COMPLETE IN CHRIST Colossi ans 2:R-10: ‘■"Beware lest any man spoil ■ you through ph i Insophy and vain de ceit, alter the tradition of men. afier the rudiments of the world, and not after Rev. Billington. Christ.” “For in him dwell'dh all the ful ness of the Godhead bodily.” "And ye are rompiete in him, which is the head of all princi pality and power.” If we are complete in Christ and his precious shed blood that gives even- mother a great promise who has had a son to die on the battle field of the world. For who knows who has prayed the sinner's prayer, “God save me and forgive rr.y sins.” and if they have, they are saved according to Romans 10:13. I believe that every man living who has ever been saved and has time and opportunity should be baptized and united with the church. I believe they should be a faithful and loyal worker as a witness for our Christ, not in order to be saved, but because they have been saved. We publish a weekly paper. Send for free copy. —Rev. D. F. Billinoton. Will answer Bible Questions Free 2312 Manchester Road Akron 14, Ohio PROGRESSIVE CHURCH OF SPIRITUALISM Pythian Trmnlr. mr: 9th S'. N W. Sunday Services. 8 p.m Rev. Agnes llafferman. Pastor. Rev. Catherine Hickerson. Rev. Mary McFar iana. Rev. May Ivnnoi;. All Welcome RF>. NICKERSON*. .V.3 8th Sl.~Vt. Seance p m. Fri at home Private readings bv app: . 1 to 9 p:n._FR FI\ AC. NFS HAF KERMAN, 1349 Md. A’e N.E. AT. ♦*7 7Seances Thurs., 8 P.M. Readmes bv Apnt KIN VIRGINIA KING, 1.314 Mth St. N.W., Apt. 1. _ Headings bv appointment MT 7852. REV. ETHEL HIGHSMITH.« Reading hy Appointment. __rsti.S «th St N.E. DU. 84.30 __ WASHINGTON INSTITUTE CHURCH OF CHRIST 1404 Pofomac Avc. S E. LU. 6271 fiundav. 8 n.m —Service. Dr. Carver, mes sages. Drawn Spiritual pictures. Tup?. 8 1 p.m.— Message?. Thur?—Message Meeting. 8 p m. Everybody Welcome. A Message for all. DR. ADA VICTORINE CARVER D IV. Pastor-Healer. Medium. Reading? daily and by appt. • Organized Bible 1 Classes By PAGE McK. ETCHISON, President Organized Bible Clssa Association The Rev. A. L. Smith, assistant pastor, will be the guest teacher of the PinKham Bible Class of Na I tional Baptist Memorial Church tomorrow. The Rainbow Class of Mount Ver non Place Methodist Church will be taught tomor row by Miss Florence I. Mc Donald. The class elected Mrs. Alma Bur ton president, Mrs. R. K. Hal let vice presi dent, Mrs. Susie H. Norris secre tary-, Mrs. Olive Knowles assist ant, Mrs. Eva L. Wrenn treasur er and Mrs. J. M. Gray assist Mr. F.tchison. Silt. The Esthnaoruth Class will hold a picnic Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. kanode. Amos Kirby will be guest teacher of the A. B^ugh Class tomorrow. The George H. Winslow Men's Bible Class of Eastern Presbyterian Church will have Elder George W. Sterling as guest teacher tomorrow. Irvin L. Cooter will teach the Mooney Baraca Class of Fifth Baptist Church tomorrow. The Ladies’ Bible Class of First Evangelical and Reformed Church will have Mrs. Frank Biggs as guest ; teacher tomorrow. The James D. Buhrer Class will be taught tomorrow by the Rev. Samuel Troxell, teacher of the Zwingli Class of Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church. The Class of Friendship of Emory Methodist Church elected Mrs. Oreta Rrande, president; Mrs. Lucy Bau mann and Mrs. Grace Winkler, vice presidents; Mrs. Alda Keene, secre tary; Mrs. Elizabeth Bean, corre sponding secretary; Mrs. Elsie Nich ols. home department secretary; Mrs. Beulah Pluebell. treasurer, and Mrs. Hazel La Vallee, assistant. The Adult Bible Class of Chevy Chase Baptist Church will be taught tomorrow by Thomas H. Patterson. Edwin Dice, teacher Men's Class. Calvary Methodist Church, will be guest tearher of the Sparkman Class of Hamline Methodist Church to morrow. The Service Class of Calvary Bap tist Church will be taught tomorrow by Dr. Nelson M. Blake. Dr. Kenneth E. Wells, Office of Strategic Services, will be guest speaker at the Covenant Summer Bible Class of Covenant-First Pres byterian Church tomorrow. The Temple Baptist Church Men’s Bible Class will be taught tomorrow by Norman Sandridge. Mrs. Claudia Hildebrand, vice pres ident Organized Bible Class Associa tion, will be guest teacher of the Hummer Memorial Bible Class of Epworth Methodist Church tomor row. The Calvary Men's Bible Class of Calvary Methodist Church will have Mrs. S. T. Moffett as guest teacher tomorrow. Miss Lotta Brooks, chairman, an nounces 124 books have been sent by the Organized Bible Class Associa tion to the library of the Marine Air Base at Quantico, Va. Baha’i 3FatIh » » BAHA'I FAITH BAHA'I HALL 1308 Eye Street N.W. Auguit 20, 8:15 P.M. "CHAOS TODAY PEACE TOMORROW." Speaker: Mr. Stuart Sims Public meetings of Baha'i lectures are also held in Alexandria, Ar lington, Va.; Cabin John and Che.y Chase, Md. ^Christian ^piritualiat 1220 Moss Ave N.W. Rev. Penter, Pastor Sunday, 8 P.M. Healing. Messages LECTURE BY MRS. GANSE "OBEDIENCE" Message Service—Thursday, 8 P.M. No Service August ‘,>7. Phone—Rev Tenter. HI 0105-R. _Private Advice by Appointment. (Christian anil CHissimiarii AUiaurr WASHINGTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE 5714 Georgia Ave. N.W. Guest Speaker, 11 a.m.—Morning Worship. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 6:30 p.m.—Young People. 7:45 p.m.—Evangelistic. Tuesday. 7:45 o.m.—Prayer and Praise. /corns unco me. Ye weflRY” » * WILLIAM CHATTERTON . . , Come unto me. ye weary And I will give you rest O lender words of Jesus Which come to hearts oppressed They tell of benediction — Of pardon, grace and peace. Of joy that hath no ending. Of love which cannot cease. Little Stories \GREATHYMNS This hymn, written in 1867 was first published in the People s Hymnal of that year It u‘as inspired by the verse found in the book of St John, Him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out.*' CmPatubd /» DEAL FUNERAL HOME 4812 Georgm Ay».N.W OtH Strut ML tnmiMmt j Churches in Washington National Baptist Church's History Replete With Drama >; ' : ", : ^ &o*rtz. : Edifice at Sixteenth street and Columbia road N.W. One of a series of sketches by Star staff artist Leslie Bontz. (Insert) The Rev. Dr. Gove G. Johnson. By CASPAR NANNES. i A few minutes after January 1, 1909, had been rung into the world, a small group, aided by the light of an automobile lamp, held a conse cration service in an unfinished building on Sixteenth street and Columbia road N.W. for the Im manuel Baptist Church of Washing ton, now the National Baptist Me morial Church. The service marked an important milestone between the first concept; of organizing a Baptist church in the Mount Pleasant section. Sev eral years preceding the service1 Capt. Fred Beall, Confederate vet eran and local attorney, first en visioned such a church. He inter ested a fellow-member of the Tem ple Baptist Church, Charles Wer ner, still active at 84 in the pres ent organization, in the idea. Spearheaded by these pioneers, the movement held its first meeting in Percy Foster's music store at 1327 F street N.W. on December 15, 1905 On February 28, 1906, the new church, named the Immanuel Bap tist Church of Washington, was formed by 36 persons at a meet ing at the Stratford Hotel. On March 25, 1906, first services were held. On December 23. 1906, the first pastor, the Rev. George E. Whitehouse of Moncton. New Brunswick, took up his duties. In stallation was held in Calvary Methodist Church on January 22,! 1907, and the next day the lot at Sixteenth street and Columbia road N.W. was bought. The second pastor, the Rev. Her-; man S. Pinkham of Somerville, Mass., served from 1910 to 1913. Present Pastor Came in 1914. i The Rev. Dr. Gove G. Johnson, pastor today, came to the church in 1914. He played a leading part in bringing to fruition the vision of a National Baptist Memorial Church in Washington. The North ern and Southern Baptist Conven tions in 1917 gave consideration to the proposal and two years later they appropriated funds for the con struction of a worthy edifice. Two years later President Warren G. Harding broke ground for the struc ture and a year later, on April 22, 1922. the then Secretary of State, Charles E. Hughes, laid the corner stone. The building was occupied in October, 1926. Early in the history of the church a Jewish friend of the congregation, Emil Berliner, suggested the church buy the vacant lot on Fifteenth street and Columbia road N.W. to provide for future expansion needs. Anxious to purchase the space, the members nevertheless felt it was financially unable to do so. Mr. Berliner then bought the lot after advising the church he would keep it until the organization could buy the property. Paying the taxes for many years, Mr. Berliner sold the property to the National Baptist Memorial Church for $1,000 less than he had originally paid for it. The new Sunday school building, occupied on June 15, 1941, now stands on this lot. When Dr. Johnson first came to Washington he made his parish calls on a bicycle. He was later given a car by the church. Prominent Men Members. The church has had many prom inent Washington men in its mem bership. Mr. Werner, first trustee of the church, has been active throughout the years in building a firm financial foundation for the institution. Percy S. Foster, na tionally known song leader, was one of the church organizers. E. H De Groot, jr„ president of the Board of Directors of the Central Union Mis- i sion as well as chairman of the j (Eijristian iHiaaumarg Alltattre ~the~ciiapel A unique Home-fellowship Service Sunday Morning at Eleven 1210 Powhatan Street Alexandria, Virginia Illustrated Bible Stories for the Kiddies, Too! H. WADE SEAFORD, Jr., Pastor The Little Church with the Great Commission spiritual g>rt?nre “V L9^A M. MILLER—Message Service *ss,st*d *»y mediums. 1.1 *9_N_St. N.W^ All reached. * REV. JOHN R. GRAY. 1.TT9 N St. N.W\ Private consultation Mon. to Fri , H*ao P:"V *° .°lher evenings for consul tation call TR. l 1 for_appointment. DR. Z. A WRIGHT, Pastor—Seances at Ah • homr chapel by Dr. Wrieht. 450 N. J *ve-. s 5,’. M°n.. w*‘d., Fri., at S p.m. Appts.. Trmdad • First Branch Spiritual Science Mother Church, Inc., of New York 1»00 F St. N.W.. Washington. D. C. REV. ALICE W. TINDALL. Pastor. _ , , Private Anpointments. Spiritual and Healing Meetings with _ . _ Messages, giinday. Tuesday. Thursday. 8 p.m. Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. Developing Classes. Wed. 2:30 dl a p.m. _Tel. ME. 0540. Board of Deacons at his own church, was chosen in 1943 by the Washington Federation of Churches for its award as the outstanding Christian layman in the District. J. Alvis Jones, chairman of the Standing Committee of the church, is assistant to the vice president of the Southern Railway System. Dr. Johnson recently celebrated his 50th anniversary of ordination as a minister, the Baptist ministers' of the District honoring him at a luncheon. He Is also observing his 75th birthday, his 30th anniversary as pastor of this church and his 50th golden wedding anniversary this year. A native of St. Louis, he Is a graduate of Colgate University and of Colgate Theological Semi nary. He came to Washington from the Alexander Avenue Baptist Church in New York. He has been assisted since June, 1937, by the Rev. A. Lincoln Smith of Pine ville. La. Dr. and Mrs, Johnson, who have three daughters and one son, reside at 4212 Eighteenth street N.W. Dr. Ira D. S. Knight, pastor. First Baptist Church, West Palm Beach. Fla . will preach Sunday at 11 a m on -Bound in a Bundle With God." and at 8 pm. on "In Tune With God.” On August 26 the Training Fel lowship will have a picnic in Rock Creek Park. Each person is re quested to bring a picnic supper. Lemonade and cookies will be fur nished. (Christian &rirttrr First Chnrch of Christ Scientist ALEXANDRIA. VA. Emmanuel Episcopal Church. A’"1 High Street S W.Vn.8.8rTl"r,nd, Sun<**r School. I p m Wednesday Evening Meeting 8 p.m ^jjln5_llno.rnj_lnS_\_p»trlr|i1_Alf1,ndn«. First Chnrch of Christ Scientist CHEVY CHASE. MARYLAND Chevy Chase Library, 5908 Connecticut Ave. Sunday Services. 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening Meeting. 8 p.m. Sunday School, n a.m., Chevy Chase Elementary School. Rosemary St. Chevy Chase Reading Room. 7 Wilson Lane Bethesda Hours, Weekdays, 11:30 to A Monday, Friday Evenings. 7:30 to 9:90 First Chnrch of Christ Scientist HVATTSVILLE. MD. Masonic Hall—Gallatin St. Sunday Services and Sunday School. 11 AM. Wednesday Meetings. 8 P.M Reading Room—H213 Bglto Blvd Hours: Weekdays. 1 to 4. Eves.. Mon __and Fri. 7 to 8._ Christian Science Society ARLINGTON'. VIRGINIA | 1913 Wilson Blvd. (Colonial Villare Ballroom) Sunday Services and Sunday School. 11 A.M. Wednesday Services. 8 P.M. First Church of Christ Scientist ARLINGTON. VA. Fairfax Drive and Little Falls Street East Falls Church Sunday Services and Sunday School* 11 am. Wednesday Services, 8:15 p.m. Reading Roam at 3948 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Ta. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Churches of Christ, Scientist, Bronchos of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Except as noted, Sun. Serv. 11 A.M. and * P.M.; Sun. Sch. 11 A.M. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS— 8 O'CLOCK RADIO PROGRAMS—Sunday, WINX, 9:30 A.M.; Friday, WRC, 12:15 P.M. FIRST CHURCH: Columbia Road and Euclid Street N.W. SECOND CHURCH: 111 C St. N.E. THIRD CHURCH: 13th and L Sts. N.W. (Sun. Eve. Service, 5 P.M.) FOURTH CHURCH: 16th and Oak Sts. N.W. FIFTH CHURCH: 3563 Mass. Ave. N.W. Sunday School, 9:30 A.M. (No Sunday Evening Service.) SOCIETY (Colored): 902 T St. N.W. Sunday School, 9:30 A.M. (No Sunday Evening Service.) Reading Room, Sat., Sun., 7 to 9 P.M. Subject: "MIND" * READING ROOMS FIRST CHURCH: 1612 K St N.W. Week Days, Holidays, 9 to 9 (Wed. to 7); Sun., 2 to 6. SECOND CHURCH: 621 Pa. Ave. S.E. Week Days, 10 to 9 (Wed. to 7); Sun., Hoi., 2:30 to 5:30. THIRD CHURCH: Colorado Bldg., 14th and O Sts. Week Days, 8:30 to 9 (Wed. to 7:30), Sun., 2 to 6, Hoi., 8:30 to 6. FOURTH CHURCH: Riggs Bank Bldg., nth and Park Rd. N.W. Week Days, 9 to 9 (Wed. to 7): Sun., Hoi., 2:30 to 5:30. FIFTH CHURCH: 1626 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat., 1 to 5; Tues., Thurs., 1 to 5, 7 to 9. Closed Sundays and holi days. All Aru Welcome to Attend Oar Church Services and Use Oar Reading Rooms. Dr. Gould Wickey to Preach At Luther Place Church Dr. Gould Wickey, executive di rector of the Board of Education of the United Lutheran Church in America, will be the guest preacher at Luther Place Memorial Church tomorrow. At 11 am. he will preach on “The Christian’s Work Sheet.” At 4 pm. the Community Daily Vacation Bible School, sponsored by the National City Christian Church and Luther Place Memorial will hold its closing program at Annex 1 of the old Christian Church Building, Vermont avenue and N streets N.W. The youth group invites young people and service personnel to its 6:30 fellowship supper in the church parlors. At 7:30 pm. the Rev. Lawrence s. Folkemer of Baltimore will present the work of missions at the Luther League meeting. Rev- Howard A. Johnson To Preach at Epiphany The special preacher at the Church of the Epiphany tomorrow night will be the Rev. Howard A. Johnson, assistant minister at St. John’s Church, Lafayette Square. Holy communion will be observed at 8 a.m. The Rev. H. M. Lewis will preach at 11 a.m. on “Ideas That Mould Us.” On Thursday, being the feast of St. Barnabas, there will be holy com munion at 8 and 11 a.m. and at noon. Open-Air Services E. H. De Groot, jr., president Cen tral Union Mission, vice president Federation of Churches, will speak at the YMCA open-air service in Lincoln Park tomorrow at 4 p.m. W k. Schmucker will preside. National ^giritiialiat _Agagfiattoii The First Spiritualist CHURCH 131 C Street N.E., Near Capitol. Sunday, 8 P.M, Rey. Alfred H. Terry, Pastor. Summer Developing Class. With Dark Seance. Consultations by Appt. LI. 157*! • gebrno (Ehrigttan CCmtg. You will heor Scripture truths when you visit and WORSHIP WITH US Sunday, Aug. 20 At 7:00 P.M. Sermon: "CIRCUMCISION." CORPL. BOB SMITH _U. S. M, C., Quantico, Va. HEBREW CHRISTIAN CONGREGATION 1200 Kirby Street N.W. One block east of New Jersey and New York Ares. Our Work Is Drd'ratrd to the Glory of God Address all communications to J. H. Buckner, Director, Bo* 4821 m Bible Class Leaders Federal Official Has Taught Bible Classes for 25 Years Acting as substitute teacher for men’s Bible classes is an old story for Paul W. Walker, of the Pederal Communications Commission. “When I first started to teach 25 years ago in the First Pres byterian Church at Shawnee, Okla., I stepped in because some one had to fill In to do the Job. I was president of the men’3 Bible class and filled in when ever the regular teacher could r. w. w»iker. not come. That proved to be one third of the time.” Mr. Walker does not have any special method of teaching. He mostly lectures, using all the teacher helps he can get to prepare them. His essential thought is the “people of one period are very much the! same as those of any other period. ! This makes Bible teaching the ap i plication of old events to modern conditions.” He frequently has the class ask him questions about the lesson, believing this stimulates in terest. Mr. Walker went to Oklahoma in' 1905, two years before it became a State, and was principal of the high school at Shawnee for several years. He then went to the Uni versity of Oklahoma where he made ! the scholastic honor society. Phi Beta Kappa. He held the unique (ftmmtant -Ti-TB---ll.I--.TBT Covenant Church SHERATON HOTEL. 15th and L Sts. N.W. ]! :00 a.m.—“Promise* on Probation.” 7:30 p.m.—Evenine Service. Wednesday, 8 P.M. OSCAR T. BACKLUN'D. Paalor | (toggel Clmprl | GOSPEL CHAPEL 14th St. & Pcitna. Ave. S.E. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 7 :45 p m.—Gospel Preaching. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.—Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. WELCOME ahrnaophy Wednesday, August 23, 8:15 P.M. "Source of Religions" Questions Invited Room Open 7:30 P.M. Oniied Lodge of Theosopliisis Hill Bldg., 17th and Eye Sts. N.W. j No Dues. Fee* or Collections ttttljfran tutlirran__ <f5racc Lutheran Church 16th and Varnum Sts. N.W. Gerhord E. Lenski, Pastor 8:45 a.m.—Matins "A Still. Small Voire. '• Pasior Roth f> 4.-» a m.—Church School 11:00 a m.—‘■Self-Appraisal,” Dr. T.en _ skn_ ST. MARK'S AND THE INCARNATION 14th ond Gollotin Sts. N.W (Maryland Synod. I’nited Lutheran Church) REV. HENRY MAN KEN. Jr. D. D.. Pastor. REV M. D. WHITE, Assiatant. » l.i a m.—Matins and Sermon 9 45 a.m.—Bible School, all age* 11 ;oo a m —The Service and Sermon. Nursery during service. 11 to 1C. •:(M> Pm—Y. P. Luther_Leag ue AUGUSTANA V St. N.W.. last of 16th St. Arthur O. Hjelm. D. D., Pastor. 9:45 AM. Church School. 11 AM Morning Worship. Sermon: “Do We Christians Mean Business?” ZION New Hamp. Ave. and Buchanan St. N.W. < Maryland Synod. U. L C A » EDWARD f». GOETZ. Pastor. 9:40 a m—Sunday Church School 8:3o and 11 am.—Holy Communion. “The Alienated Heart.” FAITH REV. ROBERT W. LONG. Pa.tor. Lee Bird., ot Jackson, Arlington, Va. 8:30 and 11 a m.—Morning Worship. Donald Bautz. “How to Develop a Christian Personality.” 9:45 a m.—Church School. ST. JOHN'S East Riverdale—Fdmonston and Riverdale Rd. JOHN T. KFISTFR. Jr., Supply Pastor. 10:00 a.m.—Church School. _8:00 p in.—-Worship Service. QT I I Ilf C Silver Theater, I • LiUlxC Silver Spring. The Rev. R. C. Sorrick. D. D., Pastor. 9:45 a.m.—Church School. I 1 :PP a.m.—Morning Worship.__ Arlington—Resurrection N. Wash. Blvd. and Powhatan (I’.L.C.A.) WILLARD H. RORCHF.RS, Pastor. 9:45 a.m.—Church School. II :00 a.m.—Morning Service. TAKOMA LUTHERAN Seventh and Dahlia Sts. N.W. (Three blocks east of Walter Reed) REV. J. ADRIAN PFEIFFER, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. 11 a.m.—-Morning Worship.__ HOLY COMFORTER **”0? 38th St. S.E. 10:Oo a m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m—Worship Service. Friends and Visitors Invited. JOHN T. KEISTFR. Jr.. Pastor. ST. MATTHEWS Kentucky Ave. at 15th St. S.E. DR. BERNARD J. HOLM. Pastor. 9:45 a m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. “How Humble Is Our Piety?” Keller Memorial Lutheran Church M.rrt.nd A.rnue and 9th St. N.E. Oilrir W. Tilhrrc- A.«ori»t* Pa.tor. 9:30a.m.—Sunday School. Classes for all ages. 11:00 am.—"Two Men and God." The Rev. Mr. N Everett Hedeen. 8 00 p m —"The Power of God," The Rev. Mr. Alvar Gustafson. Devo tional Leader—Henry Borger. The Homelike Chunk ST.P AUI/S Conn. Ave. at Everett St. N.W. HENRY W. SNYDER, D. D., Minister 9 50 a m —Sunday School. 11 .oo a m.—Chaplain E. P. Wuebbens. U. S. N. mDVCT of Bethesda VUlllSl Chevy Chase. Old Georgetown Road at Glenbrook R. A. VOGELEY. Pastor. 9:45 a m.—Sunday School ll:<»0a.m.—Missionary Martin Acker __man will preach_ i LUTHER PLACE MEMORIAL Thomas Circle. 14th A N N.W. L. Ralph Tabor. Pastor. 9:45 A.If.—Sunday School. 11 A. M “The Christian’s Work Sheet.” Dr Gould Wicker, Guest Preacher. rt:.'10 P M Fellowship Supper. 7:50 P.M. * Luther League.^ CHURCH OF THE REFORMATION Opposite Foloer-Shakespeare Library 212 East Capitol Street DR. OSCAR F. BLACKWELDER. Pastor Rev. Rov L. Sloop. Co-Pastor. MORNING SERVICES 8:30 a.m.—"Christians Are Different, ’ Rev. N. Everett Hedeen. 11:00 a.m.—"Clive and Forgive." Dr. O.scar F Blackwelder. EVENING SERVICE 8:00 p.m.—"How Jesus Reads Blof raphy." Dr. Oscar F. Blackwelder. Sunday School. 0:30 a m. Luther League. 7 p m. THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED Augustana (Arlington) Services in Wilson Theater 1730 Wilson Bird. Arthur O. Hjelm. D. D., Fisiw. Alvar Gustafson in Charge. Holy Communion. » a.m.. Dr. Arthur O Hjelm in charge. Sunday School. iu:15 am._ EVAN. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT Rhode Island Ave. and N. Capitol St. REV. PAUL L. REASER, Pastor 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Worship. Rev. Luther Frantz. Guest Minister. Ser mon: “A Great Difference.” MISSOURI SYNOD CHURCHES OF THE LUTHERAN HOUR THE LUTHERAN HOUR EVERY SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M.. WOL BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN 2407 Minnesota Ave. S.E. Rev. Edgar C. Rakow, Pastor SUNDAY. 9:45 a m.—Sunday School Bible Class. 11:00 a m.—Service with Communion. CALVARY 9601 Georgia Avenue SILVER SPRING. MS. CARL A. KOERBER. Pastor. 9:45 am —Church School and Adult Bible Class. 11 AM. “On Belns Relisious But Not Saved.” TRINITY 4th and E Sts. N.W. REV. HUGO M. HEN'XIQ 9:45 am.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Worship Service. "No Greater Folly.” 8:00 pm.—Open House for all Young People. CHRIST LUTHERAN A Biblical Message in a Charming Church 16th and Gallatin Sts. N.W. REV. J. FREDERIC WENCHELL. D. D. 9 and 11 a m.—Services. Sermon on l.'tOth Psalm. ‘‘Out of the Depths Have I Cried to Thee. O Lord. TRINITY LUTHERAN 30th ST. AND BUNKER BILL ROAD dost Across the District Line). MT. RAINIER. MARYLAND. ' REV. EDWIN E. PIEPLOW. Take Any F2 Bus 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School and Adult Bible Class. 8:15 and 11 a.m.—"Wanted, 300 Missionaries." Rev. Karl Boehmke. Greenbelt Services, 12:30 P.M. Oar Saviour Lntheran Charch REV. PAUL KAVABCH. Pastor. 9th and South Taylor Sta. (Barcroft), Arlington. Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Worship. 11 a.m. distinction of being a student In structor at the university and a member of the first law class. After practicing law in Shawnee for more than two years, Mr. Walk er became counsel for the State Corporation of Oklahoma. He held many State positions as counsel from 1915 through 1931, being elected then as chairman of the State Cor poration Commission. He left that position in 1934 to come to Wash ington in the Job he now holds. Mr. and Mrs. Walker live at 4301 Forty-third street N.W. They have two sons and two married daugh ters. _ Qlhrigtahrlpt]fati Christadelphian Chapel . - 73* Webster St. N.W. a. 8. 10 t m Services, 11:15 «Ji THE WASHINGTON ECCLESIA. 8. 8.—10 t.m. Services—11 ».m 1*1* «th SI. N.W., 3rd FI. Fnblie Invite* £tmttg*lUal attfc Xgformgft FIRST REFORMED In. F. Ndm Sehlegel. Farter. SUNDAY. 9:45 am.—Sunday School. 11 a.m.—Rev. Sam A. Treat!!. CONCORDIA 20th and O Sta. N.W. BEY. CHARLES ENDERS. ratter 9:45 a m.—Bible School. 11:00 a.m.—Preaching Service. Ser mon. ‘•Hoee.’’ _Everybody Welcome. BP T U C I 4317 LEE BLYH E I FI E !• Arlington. Ya. A COMMUNITY CHURCH DR. LEE A. PEELER. Paator 9:45 a.m.—Church School 11:00 a m.—Sermon. Rev._J._F. Ta»y. GRACE REFORMED ■■ (dhrialian CStyrtflliatt Ninth Strut Christian Church 9th & D Sts. N.E. CARROLL C. ROBERTS. Minister. UNIFIED SERVICES. 9:30 a m.—Bible School. 10:30 a m.—Morning Worship “God at Your Door,” Clfiton C McCoy. 8 pm.—By the Young People: “Shar ing the Christ Way." WILSON BOULEVARD Wilson Blvd. at N. Piedmont St. ARLINGTON. VA. GLENDALE Bl'RTON. Minister 9:45 a m.—Church School for all ages. 1 1 :00 a m—Dr. William H Ersklne. BETHESDA CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7598 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda, Md. 10:15 a m.—Bible School. 11:00 am.—Communion and Sermon. Guest Speaker. Rev. Rob ert L. Whittenburg VISITORS ARE WELCOME. MT. RAINIER 33rd St. and Bunker Hill B4. REV. CHARLES ffT FRICK. 8:30 a m.—Church School. 30:45 a m.—“With Zaccheui In Jeri cho." J7.30 p.m.—Christian Endeavor._ COLUMBIA HEIGHTS 1435 Park Road N.W. DR. HARRY L. BELL. Minister Pastor’s Second Anniversary. ! Special Music. ! Other Special Feature*. 8:45 a m.—Bible School. 3 0:50 a m.—“I Will Build My Church.” 7:00 pm.—C. E Societies. 1 The National City Christian Church Thomas Circle J Warren Hastings M* Minister fHtigSL** Benton Roy Hanan Associate Minister 8:45 a m.—Church School. 10:50 a m.—Morning; Worship. “Faith and Adventure.” Dr. Ray E Hunt. 7:00 pm.—Young People1* Mooting. \ Baptist baptist CAPITOL BAPTIST 523 8th St. N.E. "The Young People's Church of Washington" Interim Pantor* Walter Hill 8:38 a m.—Church School. I I :0© a.m—Morning Worship. 3:38 p m.—Training Unions, for all ages 7:15 p.m.—“Gospel in Song." Theme. “Peace." Wed., 7:45 p.m—Midweek Service. __114 Tenneaaee Ave. N.E._ fflarplanb gfbenut 14th and Maryland Ave. N.E. W. A. EMMANS, Pastor. 8:30 a.m.—Sunday School. ] 1.80 a.m.—Morning Worship 7:45 p m.—Evangelistic Service._ BETHANY R. I. Ave. and 2nd St. N.W. M. P. GERMAN, Minister II a.m.—Guest Speaker. Rev. Jesse E Davis. Roanoke. Va , “A Time for Greatness." 8 pm—"Anchors That Hold." The Stevenson Bible Class taught by _Miss Ruth Ockershaushen. Highlands Church Fourteenth Street, ot Jefferson Newton Mercer Simmonds. Minister. J l am —Morning Worship. __Rev. E. O. Clark._ NORTH WASH I NGTON 583* Georgia Ave. N.W. Rev. HENRY J. SMITH. Pastor. 8:4 5 a m.—Bible School. 11 80 a.m.—Rev. Paul L. Fisher. CONGRESS HEIGHTS Esther and Brothers Place S.E. Rev. Aaron B. Keller. Minister. 8 45 a m.—Sunday School J 1 am and h p m—Rev. Dale Crowley. “Radio Evangelist." will preach at both services. 3:45 p m.—B T. U_ THE NEW CENTENNIAL "GoJ’t Corner” 7th and I Streets N.E. WILSON HOLDER, Paster 9 30 am.—Bible School 11 :<>(> a m—Dr M C Stith. 0:45 p m.—Baptist Training Union. 3.00 pm—Dr. M C. Stith. ■Wednesday Evening -Prayer »nd Bible Study Meeting. Prayer for t he sick at each service._ METROPOLITAN Sixth and A Streets N.E. John Compton Ball, D.D. Pastor 11:00a.m.—Sermon by Dr. W. A. Duncan, guest speaker. 7 :45 p.m.—Sermon by Dr. W. A. Duncan, guest speaker. 8:30 a.m.—Church Bible School. 6:38 p.m.—Happy Younsr People MEET ME AT METROPOLITAN. The Church T/iat Glows. Goes and Grows Continually FIFTH BAPTIST CHURCH A Southern Baptist Church for 87 years. Southern Baptists who come to Fifth say, “There is a differ ence.” AUGUST 10 SERVICES: Bible School, 9:30 a m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. 11 a m.—"Christ Living in Me.” 8 P.m.—“Wanted—Christian Well Dig gers.” Rev. W. Randolph Keefe. Jr.. Pastor Grace Bap tist- Church. Cumberland, Md . Guest Minister. J. HERRICK HAI.L, Pastor, <;ro» e s.w. __Phones :_ME. 0138■ EM. 2081._ GRACE BAPTIST 9th and South Carolina Are. S.E. PASTOR, W. L. MacMILLAN. Mr. Julius Whitinger. Director of Music. Mrs. Odell Kin*. Organist. 9:30 am.—Sunday School. 11 a.m.—Morning Worship. 6:45 pm.—Training Union. 8 P.M.—Evening Worship. Wed., 7:45 p.m.—Prayer Service. Grace With the Gospel of Grace. FIRST 16th end 0 Sts. N.W. EDWARD HUGHES PRUDEN, Minister. HARLAN W. STENGER, Associate Minister. 9:45 and 11 a m.—"The Progress of DIs eipleship.” 8 p.m—“Three Highways Through His tory." Sermons by Dr. Adiel Jarrett Moncrief. Jr.. Pastor Walmer Road Baptist Church, Toronto. Canada. WISCONSIN AVE. 42nd aud Fessenden Sta. N.W. CLARENCE RAY FERGUSON. Pastor. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Mr. Ed Steiling. 8:00 p.m.—Mr. George Miles. WE PROCLAIM THE BIBLE G08PEL. Fountain Memorial W. B. KING, Pastor Naylor Road, Above Minnesota Ave. S.E. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—"The Excellency of Univer sality.” 6:45 p.m.—Young People 8:00 p.m.—"Our Appointments/' Ward _Ostrander.__ TEMPLE 10th 0 N Streets N.W. DR. JOHN E. BRIGGS. Minister. 11:00 a.m.—Guest Sneaker, Rey. Charles J. Bowen. Rutland. Ohio. 8:00 p.m.—Bey. Charles J. Bowen. 9:40 a.m.—Sunday School. Classet for all. T:00 p.m.—B. T. T. V. CHEVY CHASE „ .V»71 Western Are. REV. EDUARD O. CLARK. Pa»tor. / 45 a m —Sunday School. 11 00 a m.—Dr. E. Paul Lanehorne, Guest ^ Minister. • :00 p m.—Young People- ' Meetings __ALL welcome: WEST WASHINGTON 31st ond N Streets N.W. CHARLES B. AUSTIN. PASTOR. Clara G. Newton, Organist. 0:45 a m.—Sunday School 11 .00 a m - Morning Sermon Guest Minister. R^v Paul R Uatlington of Hager-town. Md _ THURSDAY. AUG. tilth . .30 p m—Mia*eek Service, led by Rob |_ert L. Haycock. SECOND 17th and East Capitol Sts. REV. J. RAY GARRETT. Pastoc 9:30 a.m.—Bible School 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 0:45 p.m.—B. T. U. 8:n,i p m —Evening Worship SILVER SPRING” 832 Woyne Avenue J. WESLEY LOFTIS. Minister 11.00 a m.—Rev. U. B. Kins. Washing „ ton. D C. i 8.00 pm.—Rev. Kin* 0 3Q a m.—Sunday School. KENDALL" ^th and Independence Ave S W I^n Franklin Stevens, Minister P in a m—Sundav School j 1.00 a m.—Morning Wor^nip. H nfip.m.—Training Union 8 o11 p m —Evening Wor-h n Luther Rice Memorial 5315 North Capitol Street One block from the Chxllum K; > bus l'v* 1 1 a m.—"Overshadowing Clouds.'* EVENING SERVICES ON THE LAWN 8 p.m.—"The Great Recovery/* Rev. Lather J. Holcomb, Pastor* _Preaching at A11 Service* TAKOMA *=%*==£«-«= 11 * WlELMM HErLA nKpF?V»r,»klnr BROOKLAND 16th St. at Monroe N.E. (22nd and Shepherd Bus to Door) Goye L. McGlothlen, Minister Chos. P. Burchette, Min. of Ed. '9:30 a.m.—Bible School. 11:00a.m.—"JESUS AND THE INDIVIDUAL." 6:45 p.m.—Training Union 8:00 p m—"CHRIST'S CALL." (Evening Sermon by Rev. _B. Harrell Garrett) Petworth Baptist Church 7th fir Randolph Sts. N.W. WASHINGTON. D. C. KODGERS. Pastor. T 'lBt J. HOLT. Minister of Mnsie. 9.4a a.m.—Sunday School. Classes for all J. G. Yaden teacher of Yaden Bible Class. 11 fin a m—"Ask. Seek; Knock.” tv4o p.m.—Baptist Traimne Union. S im p m —"The Way of Life." Prayer Service. Wednesday. Sum. Rational baptist Jtlcmorial 16th and Columbia Road N.W. Gove G. Johnson, Pastor A. Lincoln Smith, Assistant Poster. 11 a.m.—“Bound in a Bundle With God.” 8 pm—“In Tune With God." Dr. Ira D. S. Knight of First Baptist Church, West Palm Beach, Fla., both services. 9:40 a.m.—Bible School. 6:45 p.m.—Training Fellowship. Bible Study Group and Brother hood. Thursday, 8 p.m.—Midweek Fellow ship Service, led by Rev. A. L. Smith. KENSINGTON Dupont Ave. and the Main Hwy. m<lfr,AREN'CILE JONES. Jr.. Minister. 10:m> a m.—Rev. L. D. earmark. 11:00 a.m.—Church School. ARLINGTON TVA.) 8th and Monroe Sts. So. Cohand Barcrnlt Bus to So Monro* Bt WILLIAM SVELLING HICKS. Paster »:4«a.m—Sunday School. hi—Sermon by the Pastor. 8.00 p.m.—Union Service. Chaplain Wll ham P. Smith. Attend our Phllathea Class at 9:45 am _6:45 p.m.—B, T, U._ Calbarp 8th fir H St*. N.W. DR. C. W. CRANFORD, Minister REV. A. RAY PETTY, Assistant 11 A. M. and 8 P.M. Dr. A. Herbert Haslam of the Ashland Ave. Baptist Church, Toledo, preaching. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. » 6:30 p.m.—Youth Groups. BAPflSTBTBLE~ SCHOOL 715 8th St. N.W. A training school for church and other religious leaders.