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D. C. Presbyterians
Plan Tribute for National Moderator Presbyterians in the National Capital will pay tribute to the Rev. Dr. Jesse H. Baird, moderator of the General Assembly of the Presby terian Church in the U. S. A., at a special service at 8 p.m. tomor row at the Na tional Presbyte rian Church. Dr. Baird, who was elected mod erator at the convocation in Seattle last May, arrived in this country Thurs day after hav ing attended the meeting of the World Council Dr. J. H. Baird. oi unurcnes, tne convocation oi tne World Alliance of Reformed Churches, and completed his tour in England and Scotland. Dr. Baird will be presented to the congregation Sunday evening by the former moderator, the ruling elder, Dr. Wilbur La Roe, jr. Participating also in the service will be the mod erator of the Synod of Baltimore, the Rev. Dr. S. J. Venable; the mod erator of the Presbytery of Wash ington City, the Rev. Dr. Hillman Hollister, and the pastor of the Na tional Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Dr. Edward L. R. Elson. Following the service a reception honoring tne moderator and Mrs. Baird will be held In the church hall. Rev. Fred D. Bean Comes To Kendall Baptist The Rev. Fred D. Bean will preach his first sermon at 11 am. tomorrow as pastor of the Kendall Baptist Church. He was born in Illinois and is the •on of Dr. James M. Bean, a retired Presbyterian minister. He is a graduate of Emory University of Atlanta and received his B. A. and masters’ degrees from Northwestern University. Mr. Bean spent 14 years in pas torates In Illinois, Tennessee and Maryland. His most recent was at Laurel, Md. 3fmtaalm (gwedenbereian) The Church of the Holy City lSth St. A bare Q N.W. MV, WILLIAM F. WLNSCH, Minister. 10 00 a.m.—Church School. 10:15 a.m.—Adult Bible Class. 11:00 am.—Moraine Worship . "Tile Chareh's Bible Boota” B OO P.m.—Study and Dltcutsion Group. National fUrmorial (Eljurrlf of (Sob iESSSBBSSBSSasSBS NATIONAL MEMORIAL GHURGN OF GOD Sixteenth and Taylor StraeH N.W. ESTEL E. PERRY, Portor Evangelistic Services October 17-24 DR. EARL MARTIN “A«tk*r—rrMchcr— Week-nights, 8 o'clock. Sunday, 11 :00 A.M.-7:30 P.M. DR. ESTEL E. PERRY, Porter. C&atfyoltr ST. MARY'S 8th >t. Between G and H Sts. N.W. Sunday Masses, 7, 8:30, 10:15, 11:15, 12:15 MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA Beery Monday Masses. 8 and 10 A M. Devotions at 11:30 A M . 12 :05. 4:00. 182 6J*2'..8:00' #=30. 7:15. 8:00, 8:45 and 0:16 8:00 Broadcast Over WWDC. HOLY ROSARY CHURCH Third and F Streets, N.W. SUNDAY MASSES: _8, 9, 10:30, 12 (naan),_ ST. DOMINIC'S Sixth and E Street* S.W. . SUNDAY MASSES: * #:45> ia:1‘ Holy Hour. WOdnoiday1 Evening. 7:30. Rotary Every Evening. 7:30. Church Federation Radio Programs The Washington Federation ot Churches* radio program, October 17 to October 23: Bundty—WINX ] 1 to noon, the Si* R. w. Long, pastor. Faith Lutheran Church, speaking. Tuesday—WRC. 12:15 to 12:30 p.m.. "Look to This Day," Dr. J. Raymond Nelson, pastor. Betheada Baptist Church, speaking. Wednesday—WGAY, 10:15 to 10:80 a.m.. "Religion lor Living." the Rev. Robert E. Lee. pastor. St. Luke's Lutheran Church, speaking WRC. 12:15 to 12:30 p.m.. "Look to This Day." Dr. Nelson. Thursdaj;—WRC. 12:15 to 12:30 P.m., "Look to This Day." Dr. Nelson. Friday—WA8H-FM. 4 to 4:18 p.m., "Radio Edition ot the Bible." Episcopal Youth Meeting At Washington Cathedral Young people of the Diocese of Washington will join with youth in all Episcopal churches in observing Youth Sunday tomorrow with spe cial services. The offering this year will go to the Puerto Rico missionary district to aid young people there on three fronts, spiritual, educational and recreational. At St. John’s Church, Olney, a group of young leaders have invited their parents to attend the special youth service which they them selves will conduct, and at St. Luke’s, Brighton, the parents will be guests at a special installation service of youth officers. Other parishes are making similar : special arrangements. * Junior Citizens Guests At Cathedral Service Members of the Junior Police and Citizens' Corps will attend the serv ice at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Washing ton Cathedral. The special preacher will be the Rev. John R. Anschutz, rector of Christ Church, George town. Preaching at 11 a.m. will be the Rev. Merritt F. Williams, canon. Holy communion will be celebrated at 7:30 am. and at 9:30 am. Dr. Blackwelder Reports On Lutheran Convention Dr. Oscar F. Blackwelder, pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Reformation, will give a report of the United Lutheran Church Con vention at 11 am. tomorrow. “The Temptations of a Temperate Life” will be his topic at 8 pm. The Saturday School of Christian Education, for boys and girls from 4 years through confirmation age, opened at 10 am. today. The Young Adult Sunday School Class was reorganized last Sunday with Mrs. Fred PfeifTer as teacher. Individuals and couples whose ages are between 24 and 35 arg invited. grlf-jUalUattmt Swami I Pramanaada i af India , SundiT at ll t it. "GOD IN MY DAILY LIFE." Public Clan in Phllosoohy and Yota Wednesday. October 20, at 8 PM. I SELF-REALIZATION FELLOWSHIP (Non-SecUrUn Church) 4748 Wutern Anode N.W. (N-2 Bui to Chei«pe»lce »nd 49th Sts.) ALL ARE WELCOME. Nmt-BgnmntnatUmal Religion thould be both triable and enjoyable. Hear Dr. FRED RILEY Sunday, 11 A.M. "AN ADVENTURE IN LIFE." Sunday, 8 P.M. Hear Rev. Jessie Riley "THE THREE GARDENS—LIFE, DEATH, DESTINY." Wednesday, 2:00 ond 8:00 p.m. Classes in Metaphysics. Fridoy, 8 P.M. Personality Culture Class. (Never any fixed fees.) Temple of Applied Religion (Nondenominational Church) In Roger Smith Hotel 18th and Pa. Ava. N.W._ Qlattfoltr ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH 10th and G Streets IV.W. SUNDAY MASSES—6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 end 12:15. Instructions for Non-Cotholies by MONSIGNOR FULTON J. SHEIN Every Tuesday ot 7:30 P.M. Beginning October 12th ot ST. PATRICK'S HALL, 924 G Street N.W. flllrurrif of (Christ SOME MISCONCEPTIONS CLARIFIED No. 3 There ore many misconceptions concerning the name of God's people. In the New Testament the followers of Christ are called Christians, (Acts 11:26; I Pet. 3:21). Is it narrow to wear this name today, and teach others to do likewise? All who love the truth of God will admit that this name is scriptural and right—with the possible exception of a very few. All can and will accept this name; but not all will accept sectarian names. Hence, to be just a Christian, and a Christian only and refuse all human names, is a much broader position than to add a human name that other religious people will not accept. The same thing is true of the name of the church. All Christians believe that Jesus has a church. To refer to the church as the church of Christ is scripturol, (Matt. 16:18; Rom. 16:16). Human names identify one with some sect, which names many other honest people refuse to wear. AVALON HEIGHTS 2Sth and Douglas Streets N.l. At Bladensburg Read OLIN L. STOUT* Minister. 10:00 » m.—Bible School 11:00 fc.m.—Morntns Worship. 7:00 p.m.—«ount People's Meetins. 8:00 p.m.—Brenlnt service. FOURTEENTH STREET 1440 14th Street N.W. GtOROE D. TIPPS. Minister. 10:00 r.m.— Bible School 10:60 s.m.—Mornine Worship. S:0Q p.m.—fount People Meet. :00 P.m.—Xvenint Service. ARLINGTON, vX 20 Ntrth Irving St. RABAT W FICRCF, Sr., Minister. 10:00 SA»—Bible School. wJWZf* UdUalwUsi'taS.. Guest Speeker. ALEXANDRIA, VA. Lee Room, George Meson Hotel Peul lllis MeGaugher, Minister 10:00 g.m.—Bible School. 11:00 *m.—Morning Worship. 8:00 o m.—Evening Worship. SILVER SPRING/ MdT New Coant, Office Building. •412 Celetvllle Rood Bible Stud,—10:00 s.m Morning Worship—11:00 s.m. Evening Worship—8:00 p.m. MT. RAE\IER 3321 Vi lunker Hill Rood Brodio Crouch, Minister. 10:00 g.m.—Bible School. 11:00 s.m.—Sermon. 8 00 pm—Sermon. Wed.. 8:00 p m.—Bible Study. Churches in Washington 25th Anniversary of the Potomac Heights Community Church Will Be Celebrated Next Week: Homecomina Tomorrow Structure at Cathedral avenue and MacArthur boulevard N.W. One of a series of sketches by Star Artist Leslie Bontz. By Caspar Nannes The 25th anniversary of the Poto mac Height* Community Church, Cathedral avenue and MacArthur boulevard N.W., will be celebrated during next ______ week. A homecoming service will be held tomorrow. A silver anniver sary banquet will be held Wednes day and next Sunday a memo rial service for members who died. On December 5, 1922, a group of 28 men and women met in the home of R*t. M. B. Crist Robert F. Mancill at 5410 Macomb street N.W., to consider plans for starting a nondenominatlonal Sun day school. Mr. Mancill was elected chairman and James E. Braswell, superintendent of the Sunday school. The first formal opening of the school took place on January 7, 1923. in a store located on Conduit road and Jewett street. Two of the teachers during the initial years still teaching at the church are Miss Sadie Tapp and Mrs. Mary Cochran. Steps to erect a building for the school were made during the winter and spring of 1923. By September that year the basement was com pleted and the classes, which had been holding meetings from May until then in the home of Mr. Man cill, moved into their new home. In October, 1923, the Rev. Oscar J. Randall was asked to help in forming a community church. Un der his leadership the Potomac Heights Community Church was organized on April 20, 1924, with 11 denominations represented in the charter membership. Mr. Randall, a Government em ploye, at the end of three years asked for the assistance of an asso ciate pastor to meet the needs of the increased membership. Accord ingly, the Rev. p. J. Murdock was appointed November 16, 1926. Dur ing his incumbency of nine months the Christian Endeavor Society was formed. In September, 1928, the present pastor, the Rev. Milton B. Crist,! then a student at American Uni versity, was called to succeed Mr. Randall. He served until 1930,! when he was graduated from the university. He ^as succeeded by the Rea. L. Barrett Rice, who was also a student at American Univer sity. Upon Mr. Rice's graduation in 1934, Mr. Randall, now retired from his Government position, was recalled to the pastorate. Steps for a new church were taken in 1934 with the appointment 3Fm UrtfroMfit ROBERTS MEMORIAL 4Hi and Von Buren St*. N.W. REV. MARK SHOCKEY, Paitor. 6307 3rd St. N.W. GE. 1223 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 1 1 :00 a m —"God Became Vocal." 7:15 p.m.—Young People'* Meeting. 8 :00 p.m.—"Miracle*." Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Proyer Meeting. fktttgrontal jjjolittfag Wu Preash Christ 1015 D Street N.I. DALLAS M. TARKENTON, Minister. 9:00 a.m.—WWDC. 9:45 a.m.—Church School. 1 1 :00o.m.—Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m.—Musical Melodies. 7 :45 p.m.—Evangelistic Worship, Sermons by the Min ister. The Littls Church with tks Big Welcome Building the Natlenal Penteeontal Hell neei Church. SIO Maryland Are. N.I. HttiPHraalirt UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL MEMORIAL CHURCH Cor. lCth ond S Sti. N.W. REV. SETH R. BROOKS. D. D„ Mlnlitrr lOo.m.—Church School, Adult Class. 11 am.—Worship. "THE FUTURE LIFE WE TRY TO IMAGINE" 7 p.m.—Open House. WELCOME Nazar nt* First Church 7tfi and A St*. N.E. ERNEST E. CROSSE, Paster. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 1 1 :00 a.m.—Communion. 6:30 a.m.—Youth Devotions. 7:30 p.m.—Evangelistic Service. Wednesday, 7 :45 p.m. Midweek Prayer Meeting. Tune in WPIK Sunday Morning "Showers at Blessings." 730 Kilo.—8:05 O'Clock Qtyrtatian (CljurrljFfl (Stfirtplfa) COLUMBIA HEIGHTS 9:45o.m.—Bible School. 10:50 o.m.—"REMEMBER THi SABBATH," (4th in « series on the Ten Commondments). 7:00 p.m,—Young People. The NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH Thomas Circle J. Warren Hastings Minister Myron W. Chrisman Associate Minister 9:45 o.m.—Church School. 10:50a.m.—Morning Worship. "DISILLUSIONED" Dr. Hastings. 7:00 p.m.—Young Adult Fellowship. Ninth Street Christian Church L9tK Sr D Sti. V N.E. RHODE«'»?1A*'P^A^ocUt”lM,inl.t»i. 9:30 a m.—Bible School lo:50a.m.—‘■What Shall We Be?’’ 7:45 p.m.—Preyram Presented by Laymen. Byron Seath, speaker. MT. RAINIER .“VA'tt RE\ MARION B. BRINSON. Minister. #:30 a.m —Bible Classee. 10:45 a m.*—"The Astonishment •( Christianity." o:4B p.m.—Christian Endeavor. 7:45 p.m.—"The Narrow Way.” BETHESDA (WHeonti* and Bust dvat.t 4608 Hunt A*a., Chary Chata ROBERT W. SHAW, Mlnlatar lliootS'.—"a'VSS??!' Steward." P». HASTINGS I PARKVIEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH Cor. Eastern Art. * 12th St. N.W. On* Blk. West of Osorsle, Alesha Term. George Martin Anderson, Minister. 9:45 o.m.—Church School. 11:00 o.m.—-Morning Worship. 7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor. WILSON BOULEVARD Wilson Blvd. at N. Piedmont St. ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA GLENDALE BURTON, Minister • :48 e.m.-—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—"Whet It means t* be a Protestant.” Nuraery During 8ervice. S:00 p.m.—Christian Youth Ptllow* ship. 7:00 p.m.—Young Adult Forum._ FIFTEENTH~STREET 4S& 6a V*ID* L* w a?t«rVortil Minister. Sprntngh??orsiipf' 10 :S0. Sermon: “Storm In the Night.” Youth Fellowship, 0:30. Installation juid Reception for R«r. and Mrs. D. L. watterwerth. 8 P.M. of a Building Committee. On June 12, 1938, ground was broken for the present edifice. A year later, on July 17, the cornerstone was laid and on January 22, 1939, the church was dedicated. Later that year Mr. Randall re signed and the Rev. Albert E. Ging rich was called as pastor. He was installed November 5, 1939, remain ing until June 14, 1941, when he re signed to accept a pastorate with the Methodist Conference. He was succeeded by the Rev. Aaron B. Kelley, who served from August, 1941, to October, 1942. Among those who served during the next three years when the con gregation was without a regular pastor were Dr. Chesteen Smith and Dr. John E. Bentley. Millard Hess was superintendent of the Sunday school, 1928-1942. His successor was Mrs. Susie E. Sorenson. Mr. Crist, who served in the Army during the war as a chaplain, re turned as pastor in November, 1945. He is now chaplain of the District National Guard, a member of the American Legion, president of the American University Alumni Asso ciation and chairman of the Over seas Relief Committee, Washington Federation of Churches. He lives at 5200 Cathedral avenue N.W. Monftrtftgg Pilgrim WOODRIDGE PILGRIM 24th and Franklin Sts. N.E. Phan* CO. *303 THOMAS M. WEIR, Minister 9:45 a m.—Sunday School. 11 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7:00p.m.—Pilgrim Youth Service 8:00 p.m.—Evening Worship. Wednesday, 1:00 F.M. Christian Fellowship and Proyer. Mnitg& grgtfrrgn Ev. United Brelbern North Capitol and ft Sh. REV. IRA SANKEY ERNST, D. D. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School Mens Day. 11:00 a.m.—E. S. Goodner, West Coast representative of Christian Business Mens' Committee. 7 :00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor. 8:£)0p.m.—Willis E. Bishop, teacher of Washing ton Bible Institute. 1 ®l?urrfy of C&ait CHURCH OF GOD Seventh Dev Services Every Sabbath (Saturday) Bible Cissies_10:00 e m. Preeehlne _ll:0Oe.ra. Elder W. H. Olson, Minister. N.E. MA80NIC TEMPLE Sth St. Bet. E end P Sts. N.E. EVERYBODY WELCOME (Smk (0rtl|okflx Cdlfurrlj | Saints Constantin# and Helen Groak Orthodox Church Rev. Thomas Daniels. 6th and C Streets S.W. 10:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 10:00 a.m.—Morning Services »nd High Mars Srrtlimt WASHINGTON CITY CHURCH OF THE BRETHREH 4th and North Carolina Are. 8.E. REV. WARREN O. BOWMAN. Minlator. 8:45 and ll:OOa.m.— “WITNESSING BY USE OF TALENTS.” Dr. W. D. Bowman. 0:45 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 am—Youth Church. 8:00 p.m.—‘‘Btatitudra Ot Teachrra.” Dr. Bowman. IBretljrftt TOMORROW DR. LOUIS S. BAUMAN Former Pastor First Brethren Church Long Beach, Calif. Noted Lecturer, Speaker, Author, Will Assume Duties os Pastor of FIRST BRETHREN CHURCH 12th AND E STS. S.E. OCTOBER 17th Dr. L. S. Boumaif Servicet at 11 A. M. and 7:45 P. Af. The Public /* Cordially Invited ■ BRING YOUR BIBLE Hutbtran (MUsouri Synod) “THE GOSPEL TRUTH!” Jane knew she was right. "It's the Gospel Truth!" she excloimed with emphasis. Unfortunately, many people parrot that exclamation without ever stopping to ask: What is the Gospel Truth? The Gospel of which the Bible speaks is the good news of the love of God as demonstrated by the birth, life, death and resurrection of His only-begotten Son. __— Christ died, and suffered the penalty of every sin of every human of every age. He died as humanity's atoning sub stitute. That is the Gospel Truth, and the eternal destiny of every man will be determined by his attitude toward this simple Gospel Truth. , LUTHERAN SERVICES SUNDAX SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASSES 1:45 A.M BETHLEHEM (D. C.) 1407 Minnesota s.I. Rev. I. C. Rakow. 11 a.m. CALVARY (Silver Sprint) Jr. High School. Second Ave. and jtomlnary Rd.. Rev. Oeorte CHRls4*r(lJ. <J.f‘ ldth and Oallatln. Rev. Wm. 9 Brucnlng tan and 11 a.m. Special eervlee celebMtlm the 50th enntveraary of Dr. J. Fred eric wcnchel'i ordination at 11 a.m. Rev. Martin walker of Buffalo. Dreacher. Reception and offl'&jmoWi Arlln tton) Nlnth_and South Taylor. Rev. IMMANUEL' (Alexandria) ISO! Ruaaett Rd.. Rev. Wliner MO^Vr'^LlVk?' (D. c.) marmw CHURCH FOR THE DEAF At Christ, 5101 18th St. NW Rev. W. A. Westermann. Call TA. 9662 for time of servlet. PILGRIM (Westgate. Md.) Jamestown Rd. and Flint Dr. Rev. A. Karl Boehmke. 11 a.m TRINITT (D. C.) Fourth and B H.W.. Rev. Ruio HtnniK. Service* 8:30 and 11 a.m TRINITI (Mt. Rainier) 30th and Bunker Hill. Rev B Pieplow. 8 :S0. 11 a m . 8 p.m. GREENBELT MIRSION At School 13:30 Rev. B. Pieplow Pander School. 11:86 a.m. ASCENSION (Laniover Hills) £219 70th Afe.. Rev. I. Pieplow. 1ST LUTHERAN (HyatUvlIH) 38th and Lontfellow. Rev B pieplow, 10 a.m. funder school r,n. /» "Th» Lmthirmn Hmmr" It,30, WOL mnd it30 WOOK ' Organized Bible Classes By Dr. Page McK. Etchison Mrs. Theodore Wedel will address the Rustin Couples Class of Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church. Officers elected are: Louise and John Swartz, presidents; Eve lyn and Fred Green, vice presidents; Mil dred and Ivy Sorrels, secreta ries. Miss Myr tle Moore will teach the Fellow Workers’ Class. Mrs. Mattie Stringer will present the de votional message to the Susannah W e si e y Class. The All-States Dr- at«hu»n. Class elected Florence Trotter presi dent, Rosalyn Penn vice president, Ruth Keisling secretary and Mary Squires treasurer. The Fidelis Class of National Baptist Memorial Church elected Mrs. E. B. Willingham teacher, Cletis Neale assistant, Vera Kraemer president, Fern Lutz, Mae Shaw, Pearl Trammell and Ruby Griffin vice presidents, Willie Foster record ing secretary, Betty MacGhee assist ant, Ola Dixon corresponding secre tary and Muriel Callan treasurer. The Edbert Class elected Miss Jessie Ford teacher, Mrs. Mary Hudson, and Mrs. Ruth Werner associates, Mrs. Ruth Tubman president, Mrs. Ann Bameth, Mr. Betty Schulteis and Mrs. Frances Thompson vice presidents, Mrs. Bernice Vick, Miss Margaret Shirley and Miss Helen Noren assistant vice presidents, Miss Edith Harris recording secretary, Mrs. Lillian Lee assistant; Miss Emma Tyler corresponding sec retary, Mrs. Ruth Lynn assist ant, Miss Mabel Neely treas urer and Mrs. Dorothy Fisher as sistant. F. H. Fahrlnger, superin tendent of the Baptist Children’s Home, will be guest teacher of the Pinkham Bible Class. The Harrison Bible Class of St. Luke’s Methodist Church will have Toby Chandler as guest teacher. The Golden Page Class of Ana costia Methodist Church will be taught by Mrs. John W. Travis. Mrs. Rachel Tucker will conduct the devotional program. The Organized Bible Class Assocl QH?rigttatt Hgfortttgft Christian Raformad Church Minister, REV. J. M. GHYSELS Morning Worship, 10:00 o'clock. Vesper Service, 4:30 p.m. Place of Worship 1010 17th St. N.W. Near K St., Opposite Y. W. C. A. $fbr*ro-<Elfri0tum jFHhiuttIlip You will hoar Seripturo truths whan you visit and worship with as. Friday, October 1 5—8 P.M. "THE CHANGELESS CHRIST." Hebrew-Christion Fellowship 1200 Kirby Street N.W. One alock Kelt ef New Jerser sod New York Ares. J. H. Buckner, Director, Bos 4821 ation Quartet will sing at the ttth anniversary banquet of the Fotomao Heights Community Church at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. The class of Friendship of Emory Methodist Church elected Mrs. Alda Keene, president; Mrs. Eleanor Derr and Mrs. Hazel La Vallee, vice pres idents; Mrs. Hazel Hunter, recording secretary; Mrs. Eunice Cornell, cor responding secretary; Mrs. Jane Rey nolds, treasurer; Mrs. Zena Mohme, assistant; Mrs. Lucy Baumann, home member secretary; Miss Mary Hana wait, teacher, and Miss Evelyn Ballou and Mrs. Nola Brown, assistants. The Dr. Samuel Domer Bible Class of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Joined the Organized Bible Class Associa tion. Officers are: Granville Y. Cus ter, teacher; Mrs. H. C. Sullivan, president; Mrs. Samuel R. McClurd, vice president; Miss Bertha M. Muth, secretary, and Mrs. J. Harry Jones, treasurer. Miss Grace Dumbaugh will teach the J. O. Y. Class of Epworth Meth odist Church. The Fidelia Class of Kenilworth Presbyterian Church elected Mrs. Mabel W. Hubbel president, Mrs. Lois Scruggs vice president, Mrs. Viola Reuss treasurer, Mrs. Edna Veihmeyer missionary treasurer and Miss Louise Morrow secretary. Edwin Dice will teach the Phi lathea Bible Class of Calvary Meth odist Church. The Burrall Class of Calvary Bap tist Church will be taught by Mrs. W. S. Abernethy. The Downs Class of Brightwood Park Methodist Church elected Mrs. Ethel Warner president, Mrs. Lydia Simpson vice president, Mrs. Jane Brown treasurer, Mrs. Blanche Bar rows secretary and Mrs. Mary Bounds teacher. Earl Taggart will teach the Every man’s Class of National City Chris tian Church. The Homebuilders* Class elected Frank C. Summer president, Clarence T. Adams vie# president, Mrs. B. D. Greene secre tary and Mrs. Blair E. Henderson treasurer. ' The Trinity Men’s Class of Trinity Methodist Church will be taught by Ernest Higgins tomorrow. The class will conduct the evening church service. New officers are: Ernest Higgins, president; Arthur Manvell, Leon Ballance, vice presidents; Wil liam H. Bennett, secretary; Bert Major, assistant: Francis Grosch, treasurer, and B. W. Kaiser, as sistant. EnangflUal and jUfnrmgd GRACE REFORMED1 15th and 0 N.W. REV. ROBERT OLEWILER. P»»t»r. The National Ktlormti Church 9:40 A.M. . Church School. 11:00 A M. Morning Worship. Sermon by the Postor. Nut urn During Servicn Everybody Welcome. FIRST REFORMED REV. F. NSLSEN SCHLEGEL, Falter. 9:46 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship, Sermon. CONCORDIA EVANGELICAL SOth and O Sts. N.W. CHARLES ENDER8. D. D., Faster. 8:46 n.—Bun day school. 11:80 son.—Worship with Sermon: “Brlngtar Christ Te America.'’ 7:00 p.m —Youth Fellowship. ».. tutt|?ran Cfjurcb of Reformation 212 fail Capitol Straat Capitol Hill Patton. ®.~r rjW..|*eM*r. *£„£«.* *,***'• * 8:30 a m.—MATIN SERVICE: Sermon—"Some Marks at m eMillaa,” Pastor 0 SUNDAY SCHOOL. 11:00 a m.'—MORNING WORSHIP: Sermon—‘"n>e Philadelphia Contention Report.’’ Dr. Blsckwelder. 6 43 p m—LUTHER LEAGUES. 8:00 p.m.—EVENING SERVICE: Sermon—"The Temptations of a Temperate Life.” _ B1*CltWelThre Pnblie Is Cordially Invited. teller jWemortal Maryland Avenue and Ninth Straat N.E. DR. CARL R. SIMON, Pattar. ROBERT E. HOOK, Studant-Pastar. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 1 1 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. ' "LORD OF ALL," Dr. Simon. 8:00 p.m.—Evening Worship. "WHERE IS OUR CONFIDENCE?". Pastor Hook. The Homelike Church AUGUSTANA V St. N.W., East of 16th CLARENCE T. NELSON, Paster. 9:30 A M. Church School, Identical Services. 9:30 and 1 1 :00 A.M. "My Keeper," Pastor Nelson Preaching 6:15, pm.— Fireside. ©race j 16th and Varnum | St*. N.W. | Gerhard E. Lenski Patter. S:.10 A M. Matin* Pastor Lautsnsehlager 0:45 AM Churclv School. 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship. Dr. Harpld Yochum. ZION New Hemp. Are. and Bnrhanan St. N.W. REV. EDWARD R. BLEY, Paster. 9:30 am —Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—“When There Is Nothing Lett to Do.” _ Monday. Oct. 18. 8:00 P.M. Religious Film. “Salt ot the Earth." Arlington—Resurrection United Lutheran Chnreh in America) 6309 N. Wish. Blvd. at Powhatan. DANA H. JOHNSON. Pastor. 8:30 and 11 A.M. “The Trail Ta Go.” Nursery Du ring Service 9:45 a m.—Sunday School. The Church or the Lighted Steeple LUTHER PLACE MEMORIAL Thomas Circle, Nth and N, N.W. VBWVttM fcAST 9:45 a.m.—Matins, 9:45 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—The Service: ,, "THE, ARMOR AND THE SONG." Festival of Music 6:15 p.m.—Fellowship Supper. 7:00 P.m.—Youth-Meetings._ Georgetown Lutheran Chureh (Famndod 17*$) Wisconsin Av«. ond V#l»s PI. N.W. HAROLD E. BEATTY. P*tUr. 9:45 a.m —Sunday School. Mr. Edwin P Heinrich. Superintendent. 11:00 a.m.—"The Healing Word.” Chureh Nursery 11 to II 7:00 p.m.—Luther League. Wednesday 8:00 p.m.—Prayer Service. Nete the Situ—The Old Bell ST. MATTHEW’S Kentucky A*f. at Ijtth it. B.K REV. T. RENE METER, Paster 9:80 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—JjOn^fw Back. Hot the ATONEMENT No. Cap. and R. I. Ava. Rev. Paul L. Reuter, Patter 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.— “Men—Pleasers, or Christ’s Servants.” ''-'JO * m—Children'* Sunder School. 10:00*.m.—Adult Sunday 8chool. «:00 p.m.—Luther Leagues. 8:00 p.m.—Brotherhood Service In the Chapel, conducted by the Men. TAKOMA LUTHERAN mgNILffWW New Church Site: g.W. Cerner 13th gt. mv. 9:45 m.m—Sundey School. 11:00 a.m.—Harvest Home Festival Serv ice. Sermon: "The Proof Of The Pudding.” -8:15 p.m.—Potomac Federation Luther __League Rally._ ST. MARK'S AND THE INCARNATION Mth and Gallatin Sts. N.W. tMaryland Synod. United Lutheran MV. REKIT MANKEN, Jr., D. D„ .... Patter. 9:46 a m—Bible School, all ages. 11:00 to 18 a m.-~Church Tim* Nuraary 11.00 a.m.—Worship and Sermon. 7:00 p.m.—Young People's Luther League. ST. STEPHEN'S LUTHERAN Hill Brentwood Kd. N.S. <1 Block N. of B. I. Are., W. ef 17U) LUTHER M SCHULZE. Patter. Sunder School. 9:30 A.M. worship and Sermon. 11 A.M._ rnniGT Of Betheeda I^IUIISI Chew Chaee Old Georgetown Bead at Glenbrook. MV. OTTO C. SCHUETZE. Pastor. 9:46 am—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—"The Heavenly Hentar.** &t. lube Comar Colaivilla Rd. and Highland Drive, Silver Spring RIV. ROBIRT I. LIE, Pastor. 9:30o.m.—Sunday School. Classes for All Ages. 11:00 a.m.—"The Danger Of Faith That Demands Proof." Church Hear Nun try ftr tmtll children 7:00 p.m.—Luther League. ■ruddock Road or Luray Ava. ALEXANDRIA, VA. MV. A. K. GTIAN. Pee tee 9:45 e m —Sunday School. »:<w »m—MorpIngSerTioe. _ , ST. PAUL'S Conn. Ava. at Evsrstt St. N.W. HENRY W. SNYDER, D. D.. Minister 9:30 a.m'.—Church School. U .00 o.m.—Homo II, "A Single Standard far a Double Statu." 7:00 p.m.—Luther League. Hits Lee Bird, at Jachaen Ot. ARLINGTON, VA. MV. ROBERT W. LONG. Paster. •'WHO° I« “AiUS °Ch4|8TT” *:40 a m —Church School.