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Dr. Brooks Will Head
Universalis! Church
Assembly Delegation
Dr Beth R. Brooks, pastor-of the
Universalis* National Memorial
Chufrh. and a delegation from the
church are expected to attend the
Genera! Assembly of the Universal
lst Church of America, to be held
Sent ember P t.o 14 at St. Lawrence
University, Canton. N. Y.
The biennial ronventions of the
Association of Universalist Women!
and the General Sunday School As- 1
sociatjon will he held at the same,
time.
Amons the speakers to address ]
the gathering'will be Mis® Mabel;
Read. United Nation's representa
tive. for the United Council of
Church Women and Dr. Frederick
May Eliot, president of the Ameri
can Unitarian Association.
Dr Eugenp G Bewkes. president
of St. Lawrence University, and DrJ
dames H. Robinson, chairman of t.hej
Interracial Fellowship of Greater j
New York, will also address the
meeting
Action on thp recommendation of
th° boat'd of the Association of Uni-1
versalist Women to accept the offer;
of Dr. Elliott F Joslin, diabetic
specialist, to equip and administer!
a diabetic camp for boys will be
takfn pv tn* national nnny.
C. W. Brown to Deliver
Sermon at Cathedral
The Rev. Crawford W. Brown,
former Chief of Chaplains of the
Veterans' Administration, will preach
at the 4 p.m service tomorrow at!
the Washington Cathedral. Mr. j
Brorrr. -ig serving as a member of •
th.p Cathedral clergy staff this sum
mer.
Richard w. Dirksen. assistant
organist, and choirmaster, will play
the organ recital immediately after
the service.
The Rev. Crporge J. Cleaveland.
canon librarian at the Cathedral,
will preach at t.hp 11 a m. service
tomorrow. The Very Rev. John W.
Butpr. riean of the Cathedral, will
he the eelebrant. Holy Communion
will a)so he celebrated in Bethlehem
Chapel at. 7:30 and 9:30 a m. tomor
row.
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Riley
Take Temple Pastorate
The Rev Dr. Fred Riley of Cin
cinnati and his wife, the Rev. Jessie
Riley, have taken over the pastorate,
of the Temple of Applied Religion,
whose offices are at 3531 Fourteenth,
street N.W., it was announced to
day.
Both Dt and Mrs. Riley were!
b< ;n >n Sheffield. England. They
are now American citizens They are
both graduates of Ohio Wesleyan
College and of Sheffield University.
They are also graduates of Cliff
Seminary in England. Dr. Riley,
who has been in the United States
smce 1921. served in the British
Army in World War I.
Quartet to Sing at Mission
A quartet, of male singers from
Taylor University, Upland. Ind.. will
have eharge of the Washington
Vouth Rally at 7:45 .o'clock tonight
Rt Central Union Mission, 613 C
street k \v Members of the quartet
are Arthur Christiansen and Wil- j
ham Cleveland of Chicago. Dalton!
Valkenburg of Tecomseh, Mich., and1
Fred Lushy of Cleveland.
Wm/inwc t A Pm Ha/I i a aIa J
Two memorial windows, in mem
ory of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Campbell,
will be dedicated in Grace Lutheran
Church with ceremonies at 8:30 a m.
and 11 a m. tomorrow'. Dr. Gerhard
F. Lenslcj. officiating pastor, will
apeak on ' The Lord Is VTv Shep
herd." The window’s were presented
hr Mr. and Mrs George I.ewis, j
ROBERTS MEMORIAL
4th and Von Burcn St«. N.W.
* REV MARK SHOCKEY, Pastor
6307 3rd St. N.W.
Dill G*. 1**3
9:45 a m.-—Sunday School.
Mo other Services of the Church j
until August 10. Camp Meeting i
at Spenrerville Camp Grounds I
throuab August 3.
East Washington Church |
A**. »t F Ft. F.E.
REV. U W. RFUJET. P»«t«r.
,13 1* E Ft, F.E. Photic FR. 0*4?.
Sundoy Schorl.
1 i :00 o.m. Morning Worship.
6:45 p.m.- Young r*ap!*'*
Mooting.
7 4? p m Evonoohstir S*rvir*.
7uesd0V nnrl FridoV. 7:30 p m
Proyrr nnrl CIn** M*r*ting.
A Lesson
For the Week
By Williom T. Ellis
There art two ways of looking at
the ‘question of home life in our
and. The popular one is to be heard
in countless addresses, editorials,
magazine arti
cles and books,
which magnify
the tragedy of
p r e v a 1 ent di
vorce. The grim
postwiy s u m -.
mary is that one
marriage out of
three or four
goes on the
rocks.
But. there is
another side to
the story, and
one more whole
some to think,
w». t, em». about. Three out
of even7 four homes are measurably
successful. At their best, they are
the highest, expression of human life
and happiness. Thee7 represent the
flowering of the finest type of char
acter. They are a fruit of wisdom
as old as the race. In them grow
the ideals of religion and patriotism
and world peace and brotherhood.
They are an educational institution
beyond the capacity of any univer
sity.
Plain words need to he spoken
about, the weird ambitions of these
troubled times. Most boys and girls
want "careers." All the while the
truth abides, as old as t.he Garden
of Eden, that God's conception of
a career for a man or a woman is a
nappy, successful home life.
We pause uncovered in the pres
have been successful in achieving
(his eldest goal of womanhood; and
who are wise with the racial wisdom
of motherhood and domesticity. To
be a successful Christian mother or
father is to have attained the high
est, level of achievement. Let us re
joice in the countless company who
have scaled these heights.
Every prospective bride should be
helped to realilze that the home is
a divine institution, tfrie first estab
lished by God on earth. Where sin
cere rpligion prevails there is small
chance of an unhappy or broken
home. All the members of the fam
ily grow together in grace and in the
knowledge of the Lord.
As children are the pririp of pa
rents, and t.heir supreme and abid
ing joy, so parents should be the
pride and joy of their children.
There is no better reason for am
bition and achievement on the part
of a man than that he should
(hereby honor the loved members of
bis own family.
Child-rearing takes more brains
than book-writing, or speech-mak
ing or office-holding. A woman who
fills to the full the mother's role,
the father who Is a parent standing
in the ptare of the priest of God, is
s success beyond any record that
'be world may keep. I .et us remem
ber today *o thank God for all the
myriads of happy Christian homes
which are training hoys and girls
to be good men and women, good
citizens and good servants of Jesus
Christ.
The Sunday School Lesson for August 3
is. Making Good in Family Life''—Pro-,
verbs J 6:20-23; lflilS; 22:6; 23:22
26. _
Christian Science
Thp Christian Snenre lpsson-ser
mnn for tomorrow is "love," gen - i
ices will be held at it a.m and at
8 p.m tomorrow in all churches. In
the District except at Third Church,
which will hold its evening service
at 5 p.m. There will be no evening
_;_ - a tts f* u
Churches and at Society.
Swales to Preach
The Rev. Thomas G. Swales, of
Norwich, N. Y„ will be guest
preacher at Petworth Methodist
Church tomorrow and August 10.
Col, Cbarips Irwin Carppnter’. chief
chaplain of the Army Air Forces,
will preach August n. 7.4. and 31.
Laymen to Hear Keller
The Rev. Arnold F. Keller, as- j
sociate pastor of the Reformation j
Lutheran Church, will address the
Lutheran Laymen's Fellowship at
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Willard
Hotel, Harold K. Hegslroin, presi
dent of the fellowship, announced
today.
Pennsylvanian to Preach
The Rev. Russell W. Lockwood of
Kingston. Pa., will be the preacher
at a union sendee hdd by the Mount.
Pleasant Congregational Church and
the Unlversalist. National Memorial
Church at the Universallat, Church.
Sixteenth and S streets N.W., at 11
a.m. tomorrow.
Chaplain Parker to Preach
Army Chaplain Rov H. Parker will
be guest preacher at West. Wash
ington Baptist Church at 11 a.m.
tomorrow. During vacation of the
pastor the Rev. C. B. Austin,
deacons wdll conduct midweek
services.
Olljrigltan #rirnrr (Hhrigtian frritttfg
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE]
runtrHF* AVI’ FF. APING FOOMR IN GFFATFH WASHINGTON
Branches of The Mother Church,
The First Chnrch of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston, Massachusetts

Except gp noted. Sunday Services 11 A M. and R P.M. Sunday School
11 A.M. Wednesday Evening Meetings at R P.M. include testimonies
of Christian Science healing.
All art invited to attend our sert'ires and use oar Reading Rooms
Subject nf Ivesson-Sermon, August 3
“LOVE”
l __
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
FIRST CHURCH: Columbia Road and
Euclid Street N W. Reading Room.
914 17th St. N.W Weekday*.
9 to 9 Sundays and Holidays.
2 to 9 (Wed. to 7).
i SECOND CHURCH: 111 C 6t. St
Reading Room. Ill C St. N.E.
Weekdays. 10 to 9 (Wed to 7):
Sun. and Hoi.. 2:30 to 6:30.
THIRD CHURCH: 13th and L Sta.
N W. (Sunday 11 A.M. and A
PM.) Reading Room, Colorado
Bldg . t4r.h and Cl Sta. Weekdaya.
P to 9 (Wed, to 7:30); Sunday*
and Holldava. 2 to 0.
FOURTH CHURCH: 1801 and Oak
gts N.W (No Sun. eve. service
During Aug ) Reading Room,
Riggs Bank Bldg, 14th and
Bark Rd N.W. Weekdays- 9 to 9
(Wed. to 71. Sun. and Hoi.. 2:30
] > «r 9:30.
! FIFTH CHURCH: 1238 31st 8t. N W.
(No Sunday Eve. Service ) Read
ing room. 1626 Wisconsin Are.
N.W weekdays. 12:30 to 6
'Wednesdays (o 7:30). Closed
Sunday and Holidays.
1 SOCIETT (Colored): 1317 R St N W.
(No Sun. Ere Service > Reading
Room 1317 R St. Wed.. 6:30
to 7:60.
i- -
MARTLAND
CHFVT CHASE. FIRST CHURCH,
5908 Cone. Ave. (No Sun. eve.
Service during Aug.) _ Sun
day School, Chevy Chase Elemen
tary School, Rosemary St. Read
ing Room, 7 Wilson Lane. Bethes
ds Weekdays, i to ». Closed on
Sundays.
HTATT8VILLE: FIRST CHURCH:
Bun mom. serv. only. Inter
mediate (Oliva St.' School. 43d
bet. Jett, and Hamilton. Wed.
mt*s. and Sunday fleh.. Masonic
Hal). 43d and Gallatin St Read
ing room closed temporarily.
VIRGINIA.
ALEXANDRIA: FIRST CHURCH.
1700 Ruese!l Road (No Sunday
Erentng Service) Reading Room
ins n. Patrick. Alex.. Weekdays.
9 to 5:30. Closed Sun. and Holi
days.
ARLINGTON FIRST CHURCH.
8843 Little Falls Road. East
Falls Church 'No Sunday Eve
Service.) Wed. Meetings 8:16
PM. Reading Room. 3248 Wil
son Blvd. Weekdayg, 1J to 6.
Closed Sundays and Holidays.
ARLINGTON: SECOND CHURCH.
1913 Wilson Blvd. (Colonial Till.
Ballrm.) 'No Sun. eve. serv.'
P. Rm. 2030 N 10th St. Week
die* 11:30 to 5 except Wed. to
7:30 sod Frl. eve 7 to *. Closed
Sun. and Holidays.
I
Churches in Washington and Vicinity
———————■ ————i—/
Mount Rainier Christian Church Began Work
As Pioneer Bible School in Community
Edifice at Thirty-third street and Bunker Hill road, Mount Rainier, Md. One of a series
of sketches by Star Artist Leslie Bontz. * _
By Cospor Nonnes
At the turn of the century thp
section of Mount Rainier near
Thirty-fourth street and Rhode
Island avenue was a countrv-like
one, with few
houses and thp
pity seemingly
far away.
It was this
situation which
inspired 20 resi
dents of the
area to gather
on July 20, 1902,
in the home of
Miss Florence
Bon Durant, and
her two brothers.
Edgar H. and
William W. Bon
Durant, to form
a Bible SChOOl Mr. Frick.
Those gathered there were members
of the Vermont Avenue Christian
Church, today the National City
Christian Church. The long trip
from their homes to the church in
Washington twice each Sunday
determined them to establish a new'
place of worship. The Edgemond
Christian Mission, named after a
real estate subdivision of the sec
tion, was the result.
The school, pioneer religions or
ganization in its community, be
came a mission of the Vermont
Avenue Church. Its grow'th was
steady and by January 1903 the
members started a building fund.
It began with $10.12. In September
that year the members, with the
aid of the Rev. F. D. Power, pastor
of Vermont Avenue Church, raised
$700 for the building fund apd took
decisive steps toward making the
project a reality. The Mount Rainier
Rpal Estate Co., and others gave a
lot on Thirty-fourth street north
of Bunkpr Hill road to the body's
Board of Trustees. On November
29. 1903. the corner stone of thp
chapel w'as laid. It, still stands,
remodeled, at 3729 Thirty-fourth
street. It tees dedicated January
31, 1904.
IS Charter Members,
These preliminary steps led to the
formation of a church, which took
place New Year Day 1904 under
the supervision of Dr. Power. The
15 charter members were the two
Bon Durant brothers and Miss Bon
Durant, Ett.ie F. Andrews, Geor
giana Bailey, Lucy A. Wolfinger,
Albert, M. Wolfinger. Mr. and Mrs.
A I,. Foster, Mrs. May P. Young.
Perry P. Young. Fred A. Holden.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Brumbaugh, and
Miss Ruth Fdmons.
The church was named Mount
Rainier Christian Chureh. Mr.
Young was elected chairman of the
Board of Trustees, and the two Bon
Durant brothers were officers. Fred
A. Holden became the first, superin- 1
tendent of the Sunday school. : 1
First pastor of the congregation i
was the Rev. C. C. Jones, who came
here from New Orleans, La. Hp (
served for four years. 1904 to 1908. 1
He was succeeded by the Rev. C. C. t
Waite, who served from 1909 to 1912. i
The rapidly growing congregation 1
soon had need of larger quarters. 1
To satisfy this need a lot. was pur- i
chased by the Bon Durant brothers 1
and given to the members for a
church' at Thirty-third street and
Bunker Hill road, to the rear of the
present church site. A frame build
ing was put up. It was dedicated on 1
May 9. 1909. Many of the members
did much of the physical labor pon- (
nected to the erection of such a
structure.
The present, brick edifice was
erected in 1922 and dedicated May
28. 1923.
Four of the charter members are
| still active in the congregation
! They are Mr. Wolfinger, now a riea
jcon; Mr. Foster and the two Bon
| Durant brothers. One member,
; Homer L. Stanfort.h, served as sec
retary of the Sunday school from
11906 to ‘1912 and then as superin
tendent for more than 26 years,
j Pastors of the church have been
the Revs. Harry L. Ice, 1912-17: Asa
B. Stickle*'. 1917-19: Leslie L. Bow
lers. 1919-24: C. M. Kreidler. 1924-29: ]
Ulrrthrnt
FIRST^BRETHREir
Twelfth and E Sts. S.E.
JUST OFF PA. AVE.
REV. HAROl.n O. MAYER. Patter
SUNDAY SERVICES
P:30 a m.—Bunday School.
1J :OOa.m.—“The Preriou* Blood of
Jesus.”
6:4ft p.m.—Brethren Yount Yeoplex
Fellowship Pour.
7:4ft p.m “?" th* Cross of Christ 1
G!«r\."
Brine your Bihlf.
I ammaammmmmmmmmmmmmmm■■■——
WASHINGTON CITY
CHURCH OF THE
BRETHREH
4th and North Carolina Are. 8.1.
REV. WARREN I>. BOWMAN. Minister.
|i;46 a.m.—Church School.
1 1 :O0 a.m. “Tbe Mercy of God.**
11:00 a.m.—Youlh Church.
11:00 p.m.—B. Y. P. D.
6:00 p m.—“The Hungry Heart.**
j
Washington Brethren
PIP G street g.E.
CtARENCE EAriBANRS. Mtntater
j 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—"Hew t« Beeame Great."
7:00 n.m.—Berriee In Charge ef the
Chrlettan Endeavor.
Wadne.day, 8 p.m.—Bible Cla.s.
National malurnadr
| Rev. DALE CROWLEY |
Well-Known Radio Minister Will Speak At
I THE NATIONAL TABERNACLE
Georgia Ave. N.W. at Piney Branch Rood
REV. DELOSS M. SCOTT, Minister
I SUNDAY, 11:00 AM. and 7:45 PM.
The Morning Service Will Be. Broadcast
Over Station WOOK—1590 on Dial
9:45 A M.—Morning Bible School.
I W ednesday Eve.. 8:00 PM.
■M Prayer, Praise and Bible Study
( "CHRIST DIED FOR OUR SINS" I Cor. 15:3
fattljrran Cultjrran
(Mi«s*>iir| Synod) (Mlwrl Synod)
FAITH and
SCIENCE
“The doctrine of salvation is not and cannot, bp learned
from science,” said Sir William Abney, former president
of the Royal Astronomical Society and authority on the
photography of the heavens. “It, is a matter of faith . . .
The mysterv of the atonement is no greater mystery than
many other'matters which we cannot explain. As the great
naturalist Agassiz pointed out. nobody can fully explaini even
a grain of sand. We cannot understand God, but we can
believe.
Fifth af a Series: Next Week. I>r. Howard A. Kelley
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASSES 9:*5 A.M.
_ x uuu A XI IT IT I t A l«Taniirii I
Br/i nLnnnin n'. v.,
2407 Minnesota 8.B. Re*. *• c
Raltjiw. 11 am.
PIT .GRIM Md.)
Jamestown Rd. and Dr
B*r A. Karl Boehnslte. 11 am.
CALVARY (SilTor Sprint)
9801 Georgia. Re*. George W.
Ho*er. 11 am.
TRINITY (D. C.)
Fourth and R N.W. Re* Hugo M.
Henning, 8:30 am. and 11 am.
CHRIST (D. C.)
18th and Gallatin. Re*. W F.
Rrnening. 8:30 am. a.nd 11 am.
1801 Russell Rd Rev. Willner D. j
Men«ln*. 11 e.m.
OUR SAVIOUR (Arlinrton)
Ninth end South Tarler. Rev.
Feul Ksvaseh. 11 e.m.
MOUNT OLIVET (D. C.)
1325 Vermont N.W. Rev. William
Sehiebel. 8:30 and 11 am.
TRINITY (Mt. Rainier)
30th and Bunker Hill Rev. Ple
nlow. 8:30 and 11 e.m.
Greenbelt Mission
At Sfhool. Rev. Plenum, 12:30.
Ascension (Landover Hills)
4213 20th Ave. Rev. Pterin*.
P:45 a.m.
D. C. Gordon, 1929-31. and Fred L.
filler. 1932-42. Mr. Miller resigned
n 1942 to enter the Army chaplaincy.
The present pastor, the Rev.
lharles H. Frick, came in April.
942. A retired Army rha,plain with
he rank of lieutenant colonel, hp
ormerlv served pastorates at the
Disciples of Christ Chnrchps in
Kingston and Wilkes-Barre, Pa. He
s a graduate of Hiram Collegp. Mr.
'’rick served as chaplain during
Vorld War I.
Mr. and Mrs. Frick live at. 4003
rhirty-third street. Mount Rainier,
rhey have a daughter, Helen, and
hree sons. Paul. Earl and Jack.
fttyrtattan Sc ffttaatmtarji
Alltattrr
Christian and Missionary
Alliance
Washington Gospel Tabernacle
5714 Georoia Ave. N.W.
REV. GEORGE JONES, Pastor
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
10:45 a.m.—“The Lord’s Sapper." fol
lowed by Holy Communion.
6:30 p.m.—Young People's Meeting.
7:30 p.m.—“The Gospel of Christ.**
TUESDAY. S:00 P.M.
Midweek Prayer Meeting.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
Organized
Bible Classes
By Dr. Poge McK. Etehison
The Organized Bible Class Asso
ciation will hold the 2fith annual
Bible Class Conference at Western
Maryland College on August 30, 31
and September
1. Dr. Paul
Christopher
Warren, minis
ter of the Sec
ond Presbyterian
Church of Balti
more, will be
the conference
speaker and will
i give four ad
j dresses on the
■ general theme:
Hallmarks of a.
Christian."
George W. Bell.
sr„ will terfeh
the Temulemen's nr
Bible Class of Temple Baptist!
Church.
Mrs. B. B. Wright will teach the
Susannah Wesley Class of Mount
Vernon Place Methodist Church.
Mrs. G. E. Chapman, .1r., will pre
sent. a devotional message. The
monthly meeting will be held in the
home of Mrs. J. W. Martin on
Thursday. August. 7. at R p.m.
Lt. Monroe Drew. United States
Navy chaplain, will be the speaker
for the Harrison Bible Class, St.’
Luke's Methodist Church.
The Woman's National Bible class
of the National City Christian
Church re-elected Mrs. George
Schwabe. wife of Representative
George Schwabe of Oklahoma, to
serve as president for the next year,
j Vice presidents are Mrs. Etti’e F.
Andrews and Miss Charlotte Dar
row. Mrs. E. M. Reese is the
teacher.
Mr. W. K. Cooper, secretary of
the Prince Georges County YMCA.
will teach the young adult class of
Brookland Methodist Church.
Mrs. Howard Rees will teach the
BurcaH Class of Calvary Baptist
Church. Mrs. Brooks Hays, teacher
of the Burrall Class, is in Copen
hagen, Denmark, to attend the
meeting of the Baptist World Al
S liance.
Jhrtwrmtlg
I UNION SERVICES
with
Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church
and
Universalist National
Memorial Chnrch
Cor. 16th and S Sts. N.W.
REV. SETH R. BROOKS,
D.D., MINISTER
] 1 a m. Worship,
REV. RUSSELL W. LOCKWOOD,
Brooklyn. P».. Pronrhln*
WELCOME I
GUfrtaltan <2U|ttrrljrB (Startplra)
Ninth Street
Christian
Chureh
9th £r D Sti.
N.E.
J. LLOYD BLACK. Minister. ,
RHODES M. ARTZ. Associate Minister
P:SO a.m.—Bible School.
jn:30 a m “Our Ma1rhle«« Trader.'*
*1.4n p nj.—Program bv thy * *?tinior
Count- il
WILSON BOU LI VA RD ~~
Wilson Blvd. el N. Piedmont St.
ARLINGTON. VA.
GLENDALE BURTON, Minister
8:45 ».m.—Church School.
] 1 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship.
0:00 to 8:00 p.m.—Christian Youth
Fellowship. _
FIFTEENTH STREET
16th St. aud Kentucky Aye. S.E.
LESLIE L. BOWERS. Minister.
P:40 ft.m.—Bible School.
.10:50 a.m.—“Conference Krheen." by
Four Conferees.
7:00 p m - Youth Fellowship.
The National City
Chriatian Church
Thomas Circle
J. Warren Hastings,
Ph. D.
Minister
9:4 5 A M. §
Church School.
10:50 A M. !
Mornins Worship.
“The P*p*blp «f the
t Snals."
CHanlain Samuel J.
, Bur \
MOp.nv—Young Adu»* Fellowship.
MT. RAINIER
Minister
10.46 am—Re". C. N. Williams, "The
_ Kinsdoro «f God."
p 4o P.m.—Christian Endeavor. I
^ 00 p.m.—Vespers_
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS
1435 Pork Road N.W.
HARRY L. BELL, Minister
10:50 A M.
Dr. Paul F. Douglas,
"Th« Age of Anaiety."
Nurnerp During Service.
9 45 t.m. Bible Scb^o).
7 On p.m. —Christian Endeavor.
'T '■ ' —.. " - ■
Culfcratt Cutlf?ratt
(grate
1 6th and Varntim
Sts. N.W.
Gerhard E. Lanski
Pastor.
8; Su A M and
11 A.U.
Identical Worship
Services. Holy
Communion. Dedi
cation of Memorial
Windows.
9:45 AM.
Church School.
Cfiuref) of
®l>e Reformation
212 EAST CAPITOL STREET
Capitol Hill
DR. 0. F. BLACKWELDER
REV JAMES G. HORN.
REV. ARNOLD F. KELLER, Jr.,
Pastors.
8:3(1 a.m.—Ms tin Service Sermon
'The Amhimoos Baal***
Pastor Keller
P.45 a m.---Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon.
“The Ambiguous Sonl,”
Pastor Keller.
6 45 p.m.— Four Luther Leagues.
6:00 p.m.—Evening Service. Sermon
“Foundations for Living.’*
Rev. C William 8prenke*,.
Lutheran Student Pastor
for the Baltimore-Wa*hing
ton Vicinity.
The Pnhlir fa Cordially Invited._
HOLY COMFORTER
3319 Alabama Avc. S.E.
H. I.BTHFR RHOHE*. P»,t"r
0:45 a.m.—Church School for All Ages.
11 :oo a.m.—Morning Worship.
• Nursery During Service.) __
A II ft IICT AH A
V St. N.W., east of 16th
CLARENCE T. NELSON, Po.tor
9;00 A.M.
[Church School
9 and 1 1 A.M.
Identical
Services
R»v. C W.
Sprenke!
£LF;v«. ;
HENRY W. SNYDER, D. D„ Minister
9:30 o.m.—Church School.
1 I OOo m —"The Shorn Lomb."
Arlington—Resurrection
(United Lutheran Church in America)
N. Wash. Bl"d. at Pnwhatan.
DANA H. JOHNSON. Pa*t*r.
0:45 a.m.—^undav School.
1 J :(»f» t.m.—,:Pr»r«te Enemr Na. I.”
? °° o.m.—Holy Communion._________
ATONEMENT
No. Cap. and R. I. An.
Rer. Paul L. Reaser, Paster
9:00 and 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion
Sermon by the Pastor.
9:00 a.m.—Children’s Sunday School,
lo on gm.—Adult Sunday School.
"The Family Choreh. ’_
ST.'STEPHEN'S LUTHERAN
1011 Brentwaed *<*. N.F
ft biork r. of s. r.A'tt.. w.ot nth)
< P^iebtf- Rp*. (rP^H WieRP*- V. TV
Worst!tf*. *:hO a.m. P P. 0 45.
41
Baarptawn Lutheran Church
(FemnJ,J 1799)
Wisconsin Aye. and Volta PI. N.W.
HAROLD I. BEATTY. Postor.
9:46 m.ill.— Sui«d*y tidied, Mr. Kdwin
P. Heinrich, Supeiinteiideiit.
i 1 00 11 EU “Oil Owl *f lit* Kwtk.”
WtdiieBdft.Y, 8 p.m. Prayer Service. \
N«tt_tke Sign_of she Old Htll
TAKOMA LUTHERAN
Seventh and Dablia 8ta. N.W.
Thrt* B1<>eka *»■( of Walter Read)
REV. J. ADRIAN PFEIFFER. Paater.
P:4B a.m.—Sunday School.
ll;Ou a.m—Rev. Leonard Edmonda. Dapt.
of Social Welfara, Waah.
_Eede ration of Churchea._
FAITH
Lee Blvd. at Jacksen St.
ARLINGTON, VA.
ROBERT W. I.ONO. Pavter
5 '](* *n<l 11 a.m.—Worshio and Sermon,
n a.m—-Church School
ST. MATTHEWS”
DR.^BERNARD* J. ‘hoLm!1 Pa.Ur,
9:30 n.m—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Guest. Preacher. Mr. Verle
Schumaker. Subject. **Uv
inr letter* of Christ.” i
_ A Cordial_Welcome to All ?
LUTHER PLACE
MEMORIAL
At Thrrnes Circle
Fourteenth »nd X St«. N.W.
L. RALPH TABOR. P. D,
Church Cervices
9 and 1l A.M.
A MATTER OF
DIRECTION.”
9:45 AM
1MTM1 rnurcn ttcnnoi.
rawMl «%°Tu
Mrr*Wwmi _Youth Meeting.
ST. MARK'S
AND THE INCARNATION
14th and Gallatin Sts. N.W.
(Maryland Synod. United Lutheran
Church)
REV HENRY MANKEN. Jr., !>. D.
Pastor.
REV. M. I). WHITE. Assistant
• :45 a.m.—Morning Suffrages and Ser
mon.
0:45 a.m.—Bible. School. All Age*.
H no *.m.—Worship and 8ermon.
11 on to iS;on—Church Time Nursery
KELLER MEMORIAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Ninth At. and Maryland A*a. N.E.
DR. CARI. R. SIMON. P.it.r
9:30 am.—Sunday School.
ll:noa.m.—Morning Worship. 'Thr
Upward Call.”
THE HOMELIKE CHURCH._
CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER
2255 Srii Street N.W.
JAMES H. SOMERSILLE, Pester
9:45 a.m.—Graded Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship.
— ranFsT B«th««<«»
I rh»yy Chase
Old Georgetown Road at Glenheaei
REV. OTTO r. ACHrETEE. Ft.t.r.
S:.uoeodii am—Communion Service.
8:4ft a.m.—Sunday School._
ZION
9:40 a.m.—Sunday School. _ ,
11:00 am.—Guest Minister. Chaplain
•John R. Strevla_ __
_VISrrORA WELCOME_
CT I Hire earner C.iearlll* Brad A
31 • •■WIVR Highland Dr. A. Anrlng
REV. ROBERT e. I.EE. P»«*»r
9 30 a m.—Sunday School
11 ;tw> a m.—Rev. .! O'nr-i K*mn«nn w«l
prearh.
The peiendlr rk»r>k W»k H»r Red Iteeva.
Rabbi Greenberg to Hea<
High Holy Day Service
Rabbi Ephraim 8. Greenberg
spiritual leader of Congregat.ior
Beth Israel, will officiate at th<
services for the High Holy Days a
the synagogue, 4008 Minnesota ave
nue N.E., Aaron Sabghir, chairmar
o0" the Religious Committee, an
nounced today.
Services for the holy days wil
start with Selicot.h at midnight Sep
tember 6. the announcement said
Rosh Hashnnoh, the Jewish New
Ypar, will be observed on September
15 and 18 and Yom Kippur. the Day
of Atonement, will be observed on
September 24.
Persons desiring reservations
should apply to Mr. Sabghir.
Mr. Sabghir also announced that
Cantor Aaron Rainer of Washing
ton will chant for the congregation
at the High Holy Day services.
Dr. Snyder Plons Vacation
Dr. Henry W. Snyder will preach
at 11 am. tomorrow at St. Paul's
Lutheran Church on 'The Shorn
Lamb.'' Dr. and Mrs. Snyder plan
to leave Monday for a vacation at
Ocean City. N. J.. and State College.
Pennsylvania.
fliitinr grirnrr
CHURCH OF THE
HEALING CHRIST
2460 Sixteenth Street N.W. CO. 6436
The Rev. Groce L. Foul
Sundae 11:nn A M.
‘‘Calling the Disriplf*."
R n.m. Thnr*riay-fc-Healing Hour.
First Divine Science Church
2437 15th Street N.W.
THE REV. AnniE REA PEOPLES. I
| Rnnday, 1 l :00 A.M.
"Migk Vision."
Thursday, M P.M.
"Weopons That Ye Know Not Of."
1733 Eye St. N.W.
(Woman's Cite Clnb)
I l A.M. Serricf.
Speaker. Mrs. Ann Sandefer.
Subject: “Value of Education.”
_Unity Literature Available.
New Colonial Hotel. Ifith at M Rta. N.W.
This Center Affiliated With
Unity School, Kontoi City, Mo.
Margaret Ann Feldt, Speaker
1 1 :00 A.M. 1
"Healing Treatment."
Wed., 8:00 p.m., Midweek Service.
I'nltr Periodica), and Book.. PI. >4M.
| Budenz to Speck Over WRC
I Louis F. Budenz, former p«m.
i
j ber of the Communist Central Com.
jmittee and former managing editor
j of the Daily Worker, will speaw
i the Catholic Hour program on fiv»
Sunday nights during August. Km
I ginning at fi p.m. tomorrow m e,
station WRC. on the subject. "o,,r
Last. Chance." Thp program is spon
sored by the.National Council of
'Catholic Men.
---=■_
fflfrilr (Prong
Th« Whit* Cro** Church of Chrt«(
1 1305 Perry PL N.W.
R*v. Joo* B. Coot**
Mesa* Ir Services
Wed.. *:t# P.M.
"Modem Marrtarea
i end fVmreey.**
Co««*!tat*e!» hy
Apft*. Only _
! CO. R2S7
Unitarian
ALL SOULS’
CHURCH
Sixteenth a«d
Harvard St*. N.W.
Miaiatera.
sej ^is. js,A. PoweB^Bariae.
raihert A. Phltliaa
11 a.m.—Merala* Worth!*.
Sermon by Dr. Dovies,
"Truth Through Imaginetinn."
Enangrliral and
Hrformrd
- —-wmm—^m===a==3==saiasgac;;
CONCORDIA ipranAN
20th and O St*. N.W,
CHARLES ENHERS. D. D.. Palter.
P 45 a.m.—Bible School
11 no & m.—Worship Service With Roly
Communion, '"Hie Breed
of I*lfe.“
Everybody Weleew. _
FIRST REFORMED1** £ W"
REV. F. NEIAEN ACHT.EGEI*.
P.45 a.m.—Sunday School.
! ll:()»a.m.—Gueat Preacher. T>r, Pawl
jYoder. Codorua. Pa.
DCTUCI 4347 Lee Hrt .
DtlntL ArOntioa. Ye.
REV. I .EE A. PEELER. It. It.. Peeler.
0:4ft a m.—Church School.
1 1:0° * m "The Swfflcloni OhHat.**
! GRACE REFORMED
15th end 0 N.W.
REV. CALVIN H. WTNOERT. I*, it.
TA* NeWapal
Reformed CA«r«A
Beryie*.
# 40 All.
Church School
i . 11:<M) A.M.
TTie Pev. Samuel
A. Troiell,
Gueet Preaoher.
jEptsrnpal_ lEptarupal
NORTHWEST _.
WAshinaton
CAtheoRAl
Moss, and Wise. Av*s.
Open Daily
From
i A.M. to
« P.M.
Sundoy's
Honored
Stote:
Wwraniin,
Ninth Sunday After Trinity.
7:30 a m—Holy Communion. Bethlehem
Chapel.
9:30 a m.—Holy Communion, Bethlehem
Chapel. MaJ. Johnstone
Beech, Chaplain, A. U. S
11:00 a.m.—Holy Coinuiunlon and Ser
mon. Preacher, the Bee.
George J. Cleaveland. canon j
4.OP pm—JSvangong and Sermon.]
Preacher, the Rer. W. Craw
ford Brown.
A:nnp.m.—Organ Recital. FJehard W
Oirksen. assistant organist
and choirmaster. Washing- j
tpn Cathedral.
Weekdst aervtres: 7:30 am.. It noon
and 4 r g._
jg>aint ftiargara s
Conn. Av*. and Boncreft PI.
REV. ARMAND T. EYLER
7:S0 a m - -Holy Communlor.
11:0)1 a.m.- Holy Communion ana Bar
muo.
Thursday. J I UOim Hole Communion
ST. AGNES' CHURCH
46 41a. 8t. N.W.
BEV. A. 1 du BOIS 8. T. B. BmM
Mummer SohedBle.
Sunday—bow Maaa. 7:S(i and 11:00 AM
3unf Maaa. 0:30 A.M. Maaa pally 7 A.M.
St. Columba'i
4mad Albemarle Sts. H.W.
(One block west of Wl». Art.)
REV. C. R. MENORK8
T:*0 and f>:*0 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11:oo a m.—Holy Communion and Rer
_ mon.
ST. JOHN S
Lafayette Square
8:00 a m. -Holy Communion.
I I :(M! a.m.—Holy Communion.
II In 12—Nursery.
Weekday Sereire*.
Tuesday and Thursday. 18:0h.
Wednesday. 7:30 and 12:00.
Friday. 7:30.
Chareh Open. 7 to 7. _
Crinitp Cijurtf)
Pinev Brooch Rd. ot Dahlia St. N.W
BEV. ROBERT 8. TRENBATH. Barter.
8:00 a.m—Holy Communion.
11:00a.m.—Holv Communion and Her-;
moil
ST. THOMAS
18th St. Between P and Q.
Near Dupont Circle
Rev. H. S. Wilkinson, D. D., Rector
SunHov, R a.m.— Holy Communion
I 1 a m. Holy Communion ond Ser
mon by the Rev. Ste
phen Wolke.
Thursday, II am.—Holy Com
munion.
ST. PAUL'S
Carrie* On at
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
1 8th St. between P and Q St*.
fl:SO ».m.— Eucharist and 8ermon.
»:00 p m. -Evensong and Benedict inn._
ROCK CREEK P1RISH
ST. rsn/s CHURCH
w.h.i.r si. »ml Reek Creek Chrreli St.
nrv. charlfs n. wnnn.
Snntar. Anrnat Art
S;30 a m.—Hole Communion.
11;no AM. — Hnl» Communion »nt
Sermon
ii* .i vl... b. i i*hi " rVnrrh «n»r it
day *v*ry day for meditation tnd prtyw.
KH faints
Chevy Chase Circle
REV. C. W. LOWRY, 0 Phil. IO*aa )
Rector.
7 :30 o.m.—Holy Communion.
ll:00o.m.—Holy Communion orxi
Sermon.
! tRJUfSFICURATIOM
141* Gsl'rthi M. N.W.
pus! t. i. orF4t.t,T, perTom
S’jJ!r«r Sen'lrf; « soti 11 on AM
EPIPHANY
1317 S Strwt H.W.
Tbr *»* Oiirles W. Meerin P P .
Tb* R#v, F R*eb»rd Tb. R.
* no i..m.—Holy Communion.
H no « m.-vHoJy Communion mo Ser
mon by th* R**. Robert R
Campbell. , . ..
■ on o m.—Holy Communion tnd Ad
b* »H* R*r. R/'b**’t R
t"o r*sf4»4eH_
NORTHWIST_
Brace Church Georgetown
1041 Wisconsin Ave. N.W.
REV. M. M. PERKINS, Recto*
9:30 ».m.—Church School.
11:00 ».m.—Holy Communion end Ser
mon.
Christ Church, Georgetown
Corner 31st and O Sh.
Rp». John R. Anschnfc. Rrct*?.
0:00 a m.—Holy Oommunion.
ll:OOa.m. Hnlv rommnnion end fcpr
__mon._
ST. STEPHEN AND THE
INCARNATION
14th e»d Newton Sts. N.W.
Clergy: $. F. Gast ond R. P Currie
Services: 8 ond II A.M
&t. Joint’s
Wisconsin Ave. end Bradley Lent.
RIV. W. F. CREIGHTON, Rector
8:00 a m.—Holy Communion. u
11:80 a m.—Church School. '*
11:00 a.m.—Holv Communion and R#r
_mon._
ALL SOULS’ MEMORIAL
CatheArtl Aw.. E»g« *f Opnneetlevt Aw.
REV. E. pr. p. PTEERETT. Minister.
11:00 » m.—HftlT OwwmwiifWi ap4 Ser
mon.
SOUTHEAST
Hmnrttl
Chmrth of ikt Holy Commmolom
SMI NICHOLS AYR. II
■IV. JOHN C. HUNK LI. ImNi.
S.OG • aa.—Holy ConmuMM
I I mi am -Holy Communion omO Bar -
mou.
__11*r tort Purtny I pro to l.
At. fflnk i
"ON CAPITOL mOJ.”
*&rn<JfiArA job^Vok "}AW*.
(Mtor.
1:00 a.*.—Holy Communion.
II :on a m.—Holy Communion and tar
non by Ron. Clifford Wan
lay. Ph. D.. TTieolofiaai
Seminary. Aleaandrla. va.
Thttradsy, 11:00a.m.—Holy communion
ST. TIMOTHY’S
Alabama Art. and Smtlond Id. S.I.
• ■Art a mi _Hnlv rsmmamlMi
11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion **4 S*r~
__m oh.___
(Elfrhi! dUiurrlf
WASHINGTON PARISH
S29 G St. S.P.. K»t. 1794.
RPT. CARTER S. OII.I ISA. »«(«.
7 an » m.—Holy Communion
I I :On » m.- Holy Communion Anil Rtt
mon by Rey. Onnryn H
H»rrls.
ThumdAT. 10 ».tn.—Holy Communtw
HATIVITY 1,140 Mas*. A*«m
VIA I I VI I I 7:30.10:30 in
1Unr. Baoch M. Thomson JUetaf_
HYATTSVILLI
PINKNEY MEMORIAL
4 2nd A*c. and Gallatin St
HRT. J jAQrFMN AftfWfFO.
* AO a m.—Ho)* Communion
II on a m— Holy O'mm’inion - Da*
mon.
NORTHEAST
<S>ur &abtour
16th and Irving St*. N.l.
Rtv. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS, Raetar.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
j I a m.— noiy inminuninn mnn par
mon.
Nttrttrf Durinw 1 f Odoett Strvit*. _
<&oob &fje pbf rb
6tli St., I#tw^#« H f»»»t< I N.E.
I#v. RoKtrt TfmwImmo*
?;J50 • m.—H^lv mniwur-Jor
11 oo a m.—Holy CRwnnvmio* »n<f 9er
mon
ST. JANES' CHURCH
t*7 *th St. N.«.
Cartings 40. 47. **—Trl. AT. 174S.
Sunday Malaga. 7:30 and 11. Church
School, 9:30 a in. Veapcra, 7:30 p m.
Dallr Um*. 7 am. Holy Hour. Thnra.
3 p.m. Confeaalona. Sat. 7-9 p.m._
Arlington County, Vo.
SIT GEORGE7*
14a. Nat«»p and Ninth gt».. Arlington Ta.
NBV HTOt.rT J. WILLIAMS, lector.
8 00 a m.—Holy Communion.
10 00 a m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion *nd Ser
mon.
11:00 a m —Kindergarten Claw.
FALLS CHURCH
THE FALLS CHURCH
Cor. Leg Highway and End Fiirhm St.
The ley. Franria W. Hayea. Jr., tartar
a no a m.—Holy Communion
9 ao » m —Morning Prater and Sermon
11:00 a m.—Church School. Nursery
1 1 f*n • rn M"rra*«f Pr»V' * -1 i

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