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Survey Opens fo Find
Crippled Children
Not Attending School
Distribution of some 26,000
questionnaires to locate crippled
children who are not attending
school has been started by ele
mentary pupils in the District
schools.
The questionnaire is the first
step in a survey which school
officials and the Health School
PTA are conducting jointly. The
survey is to find out how many
handicapped children are unable
to get a public education because
of lack of space at the Health
School.
The need for new facilities at
the school, located at Thirteenth
and Allison streets N.W., was
brought to the attention of the
Board of Education Monday
night.
Monroe Oppenheimer, president
of the Health School PTA, told
the board additional classrooms
and instructors are needed to take
care of many children unable to
attend school because of crippling
diseases. He estimated nearly 200
children need the instruction of
fered at the school.
The survey is being carried out
through the co-operation of Dr.
Carl F. Hansen, associate school
superintendent.
Mrs. Fern H. Bowes, principal of
the Health School, said the first
of the questionnaires were sent
home to parents yesterday via the
grade pupils. The rest will be dis
tributed Monday and Tuesday.
The questionnaire asks if there
is a crippled child in the family.
If there is such a child, the ques
tionnaire asks how the child’s edu
cation is being carried out.
Mrs. Bowers pointed out
parents of crippled children should
not get false hopes about getting
into the Health School right now.
She said the school is operating at
capacity and can handle no more
children unless extra facilities and
instructors are provided.
Dr. Karl Mattson Guest
At Grace Lutheran
The Rev. Dr. Karl Mattson,
president of the Augustana Theo
logical Seminary, Rock Island, HI.,
will be the guest preacher at 11
a.m. tomorrow
at Grace Luth
eran Church.
Dr. Mattson
is representing
the seminary in
convention of
the Augustana
Lutheran
Church and
Synod here. He
is a former stu
dent pastor at
Yale University.
The subject of
his sermon will
be “Kee ping
Our Distance From Things.”
Children's day will be observed
at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. G. H.
Lenski will speak on “The Family
Goes to Church on Sunday.”
Atonement Lutheran
“Christian Constancy” is the
theme of the Rev. Paul L. Reaser,
pastor of Atonement Lutheran
Church, at 9 and 11 a.m. Sunday.
At the youth meeting at 5 p.m.
discussion will be based on tfte
film strip, “Marriage Today.” This
concludes the series on “Prepara
tion for Marriage.”
“The Two Kingdoms,” a sound
film, will be shown at 8 p.m. The
public is invited.
The Brotherhood invites all to
see the Navy sound picture of
Admiral Byrd’s recent exploration
of Antarctic, Monday at 8:15 p.m.
Mill to Use Cane Pulp
SAO PAULO, Brazil.—A com
pany in Sao Paulo recently signed
a contract with a South African
firm to set up the first mill in
Latin America to make paper out
of sugar-cane pulp. The mill will
take two years to build and will
produce about 20 tons of paper
a day.
GOLDEN WEDDING—Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Friedlander, 1824
Belmont road N.W., who cele
brate their 50th wedding an
niversary today. A dinner
party will be given for them
in the Shoreham Hotel by their
two daughters. The Friedlan
ders have two grandchildren
and one great-grandson.
—Zweig Photo.
Congress Heights Baptist
At the Sunday evening service
at Congress Heights Baptist
Church, there will be a dedication
service for approximately 100
youths, who will take leadership
in a youth revival, which will be
held each evening, June 18-July
2.
The preaching in the revival
will be handled by two students
of Baylor University, Asa Hunt
of Dallas Tex., and Greer Garrett
of Fort Worth, Tex. The song
leader will be Hubert Keefer, jr.,
of the Metropolitan Baptist
Church of this city.
Stock Gets Sixth of Wheat
COLUMBUS, Ohio.—One bushel
out of six of the wheat produced
in Ohio in 1949 was used to feed
livestock, more than any other
State.
Lutherans Act on 2 Plans to Chanae Structure
Two proposals to liberalize the
constitutional organization of the
Lutheran church were acted on
today at the annual Augustana
Lutheran Church Convention at
the Augustana Lutheran Church
here.
The convention approved a pro
posal to limit the presidency of the
national church organization to
two consecutive terms. It re
ferred to a committee a proposal
to permit women to serve on
boards of trustees of congrega
tions. Both proposals were called
"moves to democratize" the or
ganization setup.
The presidential term proposal
will have to be ratified by next
years conference before it will
become effective. The incumbent
president of the organization. Dr.
P. O. Bersell. is serving his fourth
consecutive four-year term.
In another action today the
conference voted to begin mis
sionary work in Japan and voiced
regret that Communist activity
and other political unrest in China
makes it impossible for the
church's work to be enlarged
there.
Dancing Criticized.
The convention yesterday re
ceived a report in which dancing
was condemned as a contributor
i
The
Theosophical
rft Society
h •»
t Washington, D. C.
726 11th St. N.W.
Sunday, June 11—8:00 P.M,
"THE PHILOSOPHY OF
CONFUCIUS."
By Mm. Ruby Roll.
Library Hour* for Lendlnc and Sales
Libraries: Sunday. Tuesday. Wednes
day and Friday. 6:30-8 p.m.
Free Public Study Claaaea. Every Tues
day. 6:30 P.m.—"Prineiplea ef The
osophy." Every Friday. 6:30 p.m.—
"The Secret Doctrine.”
United Lodge of Theosophists
2653 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
Wed., 8:15 p.m —BHAOAVAD OITA Clasa.
Sat.. ! to 4 p.m.—Library Open.
t (Churrl|
HEADQUARTERS—METHODIST BUILDING, 100 Morylond Ay*. N.E.
Resident Bishop, Charles W. Flint, D. D., LL. D.
District Xnpertntrndf nt». Fred C. Reynold»^_D:_P:;_«aj_R*lph_P:_Smlth^_Ph^JV_
TTAITAW 20th St. Just OH Pa. Ay*. N.W.
U lAl A ViM EDWARD B. LEWIS, Th. M., Minister
The Methodist Student Center of G. W. U.
1 1 :00 a.m.—Sermon; "YOUR PROGRAM FOR LIFE." (Nursery Care.)
7:30 p.m.—Combined Service With Young People. Mrs. Helen Purinton,
Speaker.
Visit Methodism's Historic Downtown Church.
a w T|7 A wi»7 1459 Columbia Convenient to bus
V /MMi. A Road N.W. and car line
Dr. Orris Grovenor Robinson, Minister
9:45a.m.—rChurch School. 8:45 ond 11:00 a.m.—Nursery Care.
9:45 a.m.—Men's Bible Class. John W. Fisher, Teacher.
8:45 and 1 1 :00 a.m.—Sermon: "The Source of Hope." Dr. Robinson.
Sunset Worship Service at Holiday House.
No Evening Service ot the Church.
1 lifer’s w„. J'rsv n.w. i
V* A* WWL AJ Donje, w justice, D. D., Minister
Gertrude Smallwood Mockbee, Organist and Director
9:45 a.m.—Methodist Student Day Throughout Church School. Robert
Davis, Guest Teacher of Men's Harrison Bible Class.
8:30 a.m. ond 11 :00 a.m.—Sermon: "THE KINGDOM KEEPS COMING."
Nursery During 11 0‘Clock Service — Children, 1 to 5.
6:00 and 7:00 p.m.—M. Y. F. Devotionols.
Church School and Family Picnic, Montrose Park,
June 17th—2:00 to 7:00 P.M.
Metropolitan Memorial
THE NATIONAL CHURCH
Nebraska and New Mexico Axes. N.W.
EDWARD GARDINER LATCH, D. D., Minister
9:30 and 11:00 A M.—TWO CHURCH SERVICES.
"CHRISTIANS ARE DIFFERENT."
9:30 and 1 1 :00 A.M.—Sunday School for All Ages.
6:00 and 6:30 P.M.—Youth Groups.
MM/Mj'C'M’ 9:45 a.m.—Church School.
VW A Adult Class, Hon. J. I. Dolliver.
Conn. Ave. tr Jocelyn St. N.W. 11:00 o.m.—"God's Kingdom and
C. Stanley Lowell, Minister Ours." Sermon by Mr. Lowell.
Violo Fisher, 7:15pm.—Methodist Youth Fel
Director of Music lowship.
■on ■>nF Wisconsin Ave. ot River Rd. N.W.
CLUDKOUKC rev. F. PAUL HARRIS, Minister
Mr. Robert L Landers, Minister ot Mnsie
STUDENT DAY
9:30a.m.—Church School—All Ages.
11 :00a m —Sermon: "THE GREATEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE."
High School and College Graduates os Guests.
7 00 p.m.—M. Y. F. AND ALL OTHERS ARE INVITED.
Address end Recent Pictures of Italy and Germany
By Rev. John Eberly of New Windsor. Md.
See You in Church Sunday
9:45 a.m.—Church School, All Ages.
11 :00A.M.—Sermon: "BELIEVING THAT GOD CARES."
Nursery During Service
5:30 P.M.—Methodist Youth Fellowship.
Francis Asbury Rev Charles F. Phillips, Pastor
9:30 o.m.—Sunday School. 6:45 p.m.—Youth Groups.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. "OUR FAITH IN GOD."
Nursery During Service
8:00 p.m.—Dr. A. N. Warner, Guest Preacher. "Christ for the World."
See You in Church Sundoy. _
Tit. Vernon Place .w.,,h
Ministers: John W. Rustin, A. N. Warner
TWO MORNING SERVICES.
9:00 and 11:15 A.M.—Sermon: "LEARNING TO LIVE."
6:45 P.M.—"THE STORY OF ABRAHAM." Dr, John W. Rustin.
/fTtaevla** /ITLiwaa 6401 Conn* Av*- <ot
(ILljttiP VLljilSC A Community Church
CLIFFORD HOMER RICHMOND, S. T. D., Minister
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Two Identical Services.
"OUT OF THE DARKNESS."
11 :00 A.M.—Fellowship Class.
Mb a,’'B 'Mb7 Mb Mb rannu Now Hompshiro Avo. at Grant Circle
a. JL *w IFll JL U Dr. Ralph D. Smith, Minister
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11 :00a.m.—Sermon: "THE IMPORTANCE OF BELIEF."
7:30 p.m.—Combined Evening Service.
I'AfTlVnnV 16th Street Near P Street
VtJilifli M FREDERICK BROWN HARRIS, Minister
9:45 A.M.—Church School. Classes for All Ages.
II :00 A.M.—"A CHILD IN THE MIDST." Dr. Harris.
Children s Choir Will Sing.
8:00 P.M.—"CHRIST'S WAY—OUR WAY." Rev, F. Normon Von Brunt,
RHODE ISLAND AVENUE
Rhode Island Avenue and First Street N.W.
REV. W. ARNEW ROBERTS, Pastor
9:30 o.m.—Church School. 7:00 p.m.—Fellowship Groups.
11 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon: "UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES."
Nursery During Service.
8:00p.m.— Evening Worship. Sermon: "A COMPELLING PROGRAM."
Thursdoy, 8:00 p m.—Midweek Service.
HAMLINE 16th AND ALLISON STS. N.W.
REV. J. ARTLEY LEATHERMAN, Minister
9:45a.m.—Church School. 9:45a.m.—Sporkmon Bible Class.
10:45 o.m.—Organ Meditation.
1 I ;00o.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon: "TH1 HIDDEN WISDOM."
8:00 p.m.—A Musical Pageant, "The Life of Our Lord."
LINCOLN ROAD CHURCH
At Lincoln Road and You St. N.E.
MERGED WITH
McKendree church
South Dakota Ave. and 24th St., at Rhode Island Ave., N.E.
HORACE E. CROMER and ROBERT K. NEVITT, Pastors
11:00 a.m.—At McKendree: A Pageant, "Build Ye His Temple."
11:00 a.m.—At Lincoln Road: Holy Communion. "In Remembrance."
9:45a.m.—At Each Church: Church School.
7:00 p m.—Merged Youth Fellowship at Lincoln Rood.
f 14th and Lawrence Sts. N.E.
^rOOHmltu HARRY C. MARSH, Pastor
9:45 A.M.—Church Bible Classes.
1 I :00 A.M.—Sermon by Rev. F. R. Isaac, Jr.
Evening Service Discontinued During Summer Months
ANACOSTIA 14th and You Sts. S.E.
W. KENNETH LYONS, Pastor JOHN W. TRAVIS, Minister of Music
1 1 :00 A M —Sermon: "JESUS' CAPTURE OF THE SOUL."
Nursery During Service
9:30 A.M.—Church School.
7:30 P.M.—Annual Children's Day Program.
A Cordial Welcome to All.
Erinitp
5th St. and Pa. Ave. at Seward Sq. S.E.
PAUL R. DIEHL, Minister
9:30 a.m.—7-Church School.
Frank P. Kimmell, Gen. Supt.
11 :(5o a.m.—"Led By a Child."
(Nursery During Church Service)
7:00 p.m.—Methodist Youth Fellowship.
8:00 p.m.—"Our Unseen Companion."
"Worship in Washington's Mother Church of Methodism’*
ARLINGTON METHODIST
Glebe Road at South Eighth St., Arlington, Virginia
2 Blocks North of Columbia Pike or 7 Blocks South of Lee Blvd.
HARRY WARDELL BACKHUS, III, Minister
TWO MORNING CHURCH SERVICES, 9:30 and 11:00 A.M.
Sermon: "A SPIRITUAL RECONVERSION."
9:30 and 1 I :00 A M.—Two Sessions of the Church School.
/W A *D\ | East-West Highway and Grubb Rd.
f Nrjflll I Where Silver Spring and Chevy Chase Meet
V* /JVM WILLIAM E. FIRTH, Minister
9:45 A.M.—Church School.
_11 :00 A.M.—"LET'S GO FORWARD."
A. B. PUGH BIBLE CLASS
Meets Sunday,
10:00 A.M.
Colonel
Paul H.McMurray
Associate
Teacher
Mt. Vernon PI.
Methodist
Church
9th b K Sts. N.W.
EMORY
MW Georgia Ave. N.W
EDGAR C BEERT. D. D , Minister
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon:
"Christian Witnessing Today.”
Rev. A. E. Lowe preaching.
2:00 p.m.—Youth Fellowship.
DUMBARTON AVE.
**Mother of Methoditm”
Founded Dec. 24. 1772
3133 Dumbarton Ave.. Georgetown.
Oil Wisconsin. Bet. N and O
REV. C L. DAWSON. g.T.D., Minister
9:45 a.m.—S. S.. with Supt. W. Lund.
11:00 a.m.—Children's Day Program.
Nursery During Service
9:00 p.m.—Children's Day Movie.
letots jflemortal
4th and Hamilton Sts. N.W.
CLARENCE E. WISE. Minister.
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—“The Church's One Founda
tion.”
WAUGH METHODIST
Third and A Sts. N.E.
REV HIRL A. HESTER. Minister
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
W. S. C. S. Installation.
6:45 p.m.—Youth Fellowship.
HYLAND
Branch Ave. and S St. S.E.
(At 3'»00 Block Fa. Ave.)
MELVIN E. LEDERER. Minister
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—"Jesus With Little Children.”
7:15 p.m.—Youth Fellowship.
North Carolina Ave.
8th and B Sts. S.E.
ELMER A. WILCHER, Minister
Church School—9:45 a m.
Worship Service—11:00 a.m.
5th and Alabama Ave. S.E.
GrORGE L. CONNER. M. A.. Minister
Rev James M. McCauley. Assistant
9:30 a.m—Church School.
11:00 aun —Morning Worship.
Nurserv During Serriet
6:00pm—Youth Fellowship.
7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship Service.
to moral delinquency. The report
was to be acted on late today.
"The modern dance has quite
consistently demonstrated a tend
ency toward the barbaric and the
sexually suggestive,” the report
declared.
The controversy was brought up
to the convention by its Commis
sion on Morals and Social Prob
lems. The Lutheran Church tra
ditionally has been against danc
ing as sinful.
Guide For Pastors.
The commission, in a realistic
attempt to revaluate the church's
stand, drew up its report as a
guide for the pastors, the congre
gations and the individual mem
bers of the church. It conceded
that the problem of dancing could
not be solved by "congregational
resolutions or ecclesiastical regu
lations.”
"The decision to take part or
not to take part in dancing must
remain with the individual,” the
report said.
However, the report recom
mended a continuation of the
church ban on dancing.
Climax of the convention will
be an ordination service at 4
p.m. tomorrow in the Washington
Cathedral. Seventeen candidates
for the ministry, graduates of
Augustana Theological Seminary,
will be ordained.
At 11 a m. tomorrow in Augus
tana Church, six women gradu
ates of the Immanuel Deaconess
Institute will be consecrated as,
deaconess.
Marine Reservists Set
For Quantico Training
Marine Corps volunteer reserve
officers, members of the women's
Marine Corps and volunteers will
go into two-week training at
Quantico next week.
For the reserve officers, it is a
refresher course. For the avomen,
it will be schooling comparable
to that given the men. except for
combat subjects.
On graduation, the women Ma
rines will be eligible to receive re
serve or regular commissions as
second lieutenants.
Border People Let in Free
MEXICO CITY.—Americans liv
ing near the border may cross into
the Mexican border area any time
for three days or less without
immigration documentation or
payment of any fees.
Spring Term to Close
The spring term of the church
school of the Westmoreland Con
gregational Church will close to
morrow. The theme is "The Be
ginnings of Faith." The Rev.
Edmund Strait, associate minister,
will speak at 8:30 o'clock on
Happy Where You. Are."
(fcrrrk lOrthnftnx
ST SOPHIA
GREEK ORTHODOX
CHURCH
(•tilth tut L St, N.W,
Jtri’. 4'r,x<an4rtt« M-msl
Max It If l! i »
txtin »ni
Srthrl (Community (Church__
Invest Yourself
in life s most rewording ef'Ol!enge
HEAR JOHN BARBEE
Gdted ond inspiring speoWer in o ser'et e*
messoges oesigned to n*!p you to be »ue
cessful m life
Comp Xightly at 8:00
June 18 through July
2 except Saiurdayt
Bethel Community Church
Jahn Barkff RIV. RICHARD COLI, PoWar I
* Ttaoth* 4:\ 5105 AltOH St. S.l.
Da the work of an ETmieliil" BOt UVARD HEIORTB, BCD.
Presented h?
Fuller Evangelist Foundotion 04An Evening at The&e Sereieei
DR CHARLES E FULLER, Fret /» Inverted. Not Spent"_
_SapttHl
_lapttut
METROPOLITAN
6th and A Streets N.E.
DR. J. WALTER CARPENTER, Postor
On the Air—WWDC—9 to 10 P.M. (Transcribed)
1 1 :00 A M.—"God's Challenge to His People.''
__ 7 :45 P.M.—"Empty Religion."
Sermons by the Postor.
9:30 o.m.—SUNDAY SCHOOL. 6:20 p m.—BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Wednesday, 7:45 P.M.—HOUR OF POWER.
"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE."
JSrnnfelmih I6th and Monroe Sts. N.E.
TC* VUUttUUlU REV. WARD BULLARD HURLBURT, Postor
YOUTH WEEK
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. Nursery, 9:30 to 12:00—R. N. in charge
1 1 :00a m —Sermon: "LOYAL TO THE ROYAL."
8:00p m—Sermon: "WHAT JESUS MEANS TO ME."
(Eafeoma $arfe, 2D.C. "TjSrS.W.**'
HERBERT W. BAUCOM, Jr. Minister
9:00 and 11 :1 5 a m.—Sermon: "THE OTHER SIDE OF GALILEE."
7:45 p.m.—A Service of Music by Chinese Community Church Choir
Sundoy School, 9:45 a m,Training Union. 6:30 p.m.
temple baptist 10th and N Sts. N.W.
Dr. Melvine W. Crump Dr. John E. Briggs
P°Sf°r Pastor Emeritus
Sunday School, 9:40 A.M. Nursery, 1 1 :00 A.M.
Dr. Crump Preaching Both Services.
H 00 A M.—Sermon: "THE NEED OF A SECOND BIRTH."
8:00P.M.—Sermon: "A MEMBER OF GOD'S HOUSE."
A Church Noted for Its Friendly People
PETWORTH BAPTIST
7th and Randolph Sts. N.W.
REV. S. LEWIS MORGAN, JR., Pastor
m — runday Scho01' 6:45 p.m.—Training Union.
1 1 :00a.m.—Sermon: "Forgiveness—By Special Arrangement."
Broadcast over Station WOOK-FM (95.9 Me.).
8:00 p.m.—"The W. M. U. Court." A Missionary Presentation by the
Young People's Auxiliaries of the W. M. U.
Nursery During All Services
Wednesday^ELOO^m.—Prayer Service.
Rational baptist Jflemortal
16th Street and Columbia Road
DR. EDWARD B. WILLINGHAM, Minister
MRS. JESSIE BURRALL EUBANK,
Assistant to the Pastor
Nursery Oven t:it A.M. to IS:It P.M.
9:40 o.m.—Bible School for all ages.
1 1 00 a m —"DISCIPLESHIP TODAY."
6:45 p.m.—Baptist Training Fellowship.
8 :00 p m —"WHAT DO YOU SEE?"
Messages by the Pastor.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.—Midweek Prayer Service.
/ft ^ . . 9th and S. Carolina Ava. S.E. (at Pa. Ave.)
MARTIN F. CLOUGH, Th. D., Pastor
9:30a.m.—Bible School. 6:30 p.m.—B. T. U. and Adult Bible Class.
11:00a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon: "THE TOUCH OF FAITH."
7 :30 p.m.—Children's Day Program.
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Praise and Prayer Service.
We Preach the Old-Foshioned Gospel.
RVTII A IV Services at Three Branches
EBMlJ A M. Sunday School at 9:45 A.M.
14th STREET BRANCH, 14th Street „t Jefferson N.W.
Newton M. Simmonds, Minister
10:00a.m.—Union Service. Children's Day.
GEORGIA AVE. BRANCH, 5832 Georgia Avenue N.W.
Henry J. Smith, Minister
II :00 a m.—Guest Speaker, Rev. Herrick Hall.
RHODE ISLAND AVE. BRANCH, R. I. Avenue at 2nd Street N.W.
M. P. German, Minister
11:00 a.m.—Children's Day Service.
7:00 p.m.—Joint Meeting Fellowship Unions at Rhode IsTand Ave. Breach
7:45 p.m.—Union Service, Rhode Island Ave. Branch—Rev. German.
Joint Prayer Service ot 14th Street Branch. Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST “riEf.jy
16th and O Sts. N.W. Ministers
TWO MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES
9:45 A.M.—Children's Day Message. Dr. Pruden.
11 :00 A.M.—"WHAT'S IN A NAME?" Dr. Pruden.
8:00 P.M.—"IT HAPPENED IN NEW ENGLAND." Mr. Dowdy.
First in a Series on "Our Baptist Heritage."
Senator Kerr Will Teach the Broughton Class.
Sunday School, 9:45 A M.Fellowship Groups, 6:00 P.M,
Cfjctip Cftafie
Western Avenue, West of the Circle
Dr. Edward O. Clark, Minister
W. Berkeley Ormond, id. Director
1 1 :00 a.m.—W o r s h i p Service. "Christ Is the
Answer." Mr. Ormond preaching.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
6:45 p.m.—Young People.
"The Matter it here and ealleth lor thee "
LUTHER RICE MEMORIAL
SB 15 North Capitol Street
REV. C. MICHAEL WARR, Paster
“A Testimony for Christ in the Nation's Capua!"
DUAL SERVICES
j Nursery Open at All Services
9:45 and 1 1 00 A M —"THE DOXOLOGY OF LOVE."
Sunday School, 9:45 and I 1 :00 A.M. Training Union, 6:30 P.M.
8 00 P M —"WHAT IS THE UNPARDONABLE SIN?"
Messages By the Pastor.
Wednesday. 8:00 P.M.—Prayer Time.
Calbarp Paptist Cfjurcfi
8th and H Sts. N.W.
Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, Minister; Rev. Idris W. Janas, Associate Minister
Mr. Clyde J. Halt, Minister of Musk. Rev. Bettina I. Gilbert, Minister
of Education
9:00 a.m.—FAMILY WORSHIP (Children's Day). "ROOTS AND
FLOWERS." Mr. Jones preoching.
10:00 a.m.—CHURCH SCHOOL. ’
10:50 a.m.—Orgon Meditation, Thomos Moss, Orgonist.
1 1 :15 a.m.—WORSHIP SERVICE. REV. JOHN G. RIDLEY, M. C„ of
Australia, preoching.
6:00-6:30 p.m.—THE CHAPEL HOUR—STATION WQQW—570 on
the Dial. Dr. Ridley speaking.
6:50 p.m.—Youth Groups.
8:00 p.m.—EVENING WORSHIP. "FRIEND OF FAITH." Mr. Jones
preaching.
Dr. Cranford Is Giving the Boccoloureote Sermon
ot Williom and Mory College, Williamsburg, Vo,
liUgrtAMglll AVV 42nd and Fessenden Sts. N.W
W M9M^^Fiel 9Ml el /m ▼ M!ia Clarence Ray Ferguson, Faster
9:30 to 11:45 a.m.—Children's Day Combined Servkc.
James Krookevik, Violinist.
7:00 p.m.—Baptist Training Union.
8:00pm—Sermon: "WHY DID CHRIST DIEF"
m niTITAW Morning Worship. . 1! .00 A M.
^L/aML-Mt M. Ml MMM-J Children's Church. 1 1 :00 A M.
G. A. R. R. Evening Service.-- 7.45PM.
tGOHN M. COOPER, Poster , , , . . o an a m
1000 Eost Capitol Street Sund°V ’ 3C A M.
Promillowniolfundamental_Troimng Union _ ft 30 P M
17th and last Capitol Straats
b^-EdM/MMlM Mr REV. J. RAY GARRETT, Poetor
9 30 o m.—Bible School. 6 45 pm—Baptist Training Union.
1 1 :00om—Sermon; "THE WEDDING GARMENT."
8 00 p m—Sermon ; "THE CALAMITY THAT HURTS NOT."
HFtfffi 609 E Street s w
Jr Illy Rev. John T. Coburn, Pa*tor
9 45 am.—Sunday School. 6.40 p m.—Training Union.
I 1 :00o m —Sermon: "LOYALTY TO THE BIBLE."
8:00 p m —Sermon: "THE WOMAN WHO YEARNED FOR HAPPINESS."
Be o Loyal Servant at Jesus Christ.
ANACOSTIA Rev. Howard Stoughton, Pastor I
9:30a.m.—Sunday School. 6:45 p m.—Troining Union.
1 1 :QQ a m. and 7 ,45 p m—Worship Services
FOUNTAIN MEMORIAL tft&V
Rev. Frank B. Burress, Pastor Nurttry Opt* All Straint
9:30 a.m.—Graded Sunday School. 6:30 p m.—Graded Training Union.
10:00a.m.—Sermon: "GOD'S MIGHTY WORKS."
8:00pm—Sermon; "A HOLY SPIRIT REVIVAL."
Wednesday, 8 P.M.
“What Baptirtt Belitvt" About "Baptim anJ tht LorJ't Supper**
Congress $ eights AU NCOLN° SM ITH^Pertai
8:30 and 1 1 00 a m —Sermon; "HOW CHRISTIANS ARE MADE."
9:45a.m.—Sunday School. 6:45pm.—B. T. U.
8:00p m—Sermon; "A CALL TO SPIRITUAL AWAKENING."
Bruce Miller, Speaker,
Cast ^asfjington $ eights
Branch and Alabama Aves. S.E.
DR. ROBERT S. COOPER, Pastor
9:30 A.M—Sunday School. 6:45 P.M.—Training Union.
H :00 A.M.—Sermon; "HEARTS THAT SEE."
8:00 P.M —Sermon; "THE CLOSED DOOR."
WEDNESDAY, 8:00 P M—PRAYER SERVICE.
IICUADim (Arlington) Globe and Dittmar Rds. N.
mblvIURIHL PAUL J. HARRELL, Minister
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Training Union, 6:45 P.M.
11 :00 A M —Sermon : "SOME UNFINISHED BUSINESS."
8:00 P.M —Sermon: "TOWARP UNDERSTANDING LIFE'S ACCIDENTS."
11/1?CT*AVTlf (Arlington) N. Washington Blvd.
ft inf fill. At Patrick Henry Drive
W. Barker Hardison, Pastor
9:30a.m.—Sunday School. 6:30pm.—Training Union.
II :00o m.—Sermon: "CHRIST'S ANSWER TO THE MODERN MOOO."
7:30 p.m.—All Musical Worship Service Featuring 5 Choirs.
ADI I MATAkl 8th and Monroa St*., South Arlington, Va.
AKUnV9 I wl> LIN F. STEVENS, Pastor
11 00 A M —Sermon: "WHAT IS THE CHILD TO BECOME?"
8:00PM—Sound Film: "THE SIN OF CHILDISHNESS."
Clarettbon Jftrst JBapttst
Wilson Blvd. and N. Highland St., Arlington, Va.
DR. FRANK L. SNYDER. Poster
9:45 o.m.—Sundoy School. 6:30 p m.—Training Union.
1 1 :00 a.m.—Service in Ashton Theoter. "We Would Bee Jesus."
Dr. Herrisk Hall.
Nursery in Brick Building
7:45p.m,—"The World's Deadliest Sin." Dr. Herrisk Hall.
ROCKVILLE, MD. (Phone Rockville 3970)
The Baptist; Church
on Courthouse Square
Rev. Wm. B. Adams, S. T. D., F. R. G. S., Minister
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 6:45 p.m.—Young People.
11:00 a.m.—Worship Service. 8 :00 p.m —Community Hymn-Sing.
Nursery During All Services.
WEST WASHINGTON
31 st and N Streets N.W.
Charles B. Austin, Pastor
11:00 i.m.—Children's Dir Prosram.
8:00 p.m.—"The Garden of Ufe."
P 46 a m.—8 8. 7:00 pm.—B. T
Nineteenth
Street Baptist
19th and Eye Sts. N.W.
Rev. Jerry A. Moore, Minister
9:30 o.m.—Sunday School.
I I :00 om.—"Christian Vacations."
6:00 p.m.—Christion Endeavor.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Worship.
BEREAN BAPTIST
11th and V Street* N.W.
COLBERT H. PEARSON. Ed. D.. Minister
10a.m.—Church School.
II o.m.—"The Child in Our Midst."
Thurs., 8 p.m.—Praise Service.
WHEATON
10914 Georgia Avenue
DR. WM J. CROWDER. Aetln* Paster
9:45a.m.—Sundoy School.
1 1 rOOo.m.—Morning Worship.
11:00 o.m.—Morning Worship. Ser
mon : "Unashamed Committal."
The Lord's Supper.
8 :00 p.m.—Evening Worship.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Worship. Ser
mon: "Prayer That Prevails."
Wed., 7 :45 p.m.—Prayer Service.
Sponsored Op National Memorial Church
CHRIST BAPTIST
Minn. Ave. and Blaine St. N.E.
DAVID P. CHRI8TAIN. Jr.. Filter
10:1*0 i.m.—"*•■« if the Redeemed.”
7:46 p.m.—"Bis Beets."
Wed . 7:46 p.m.—Business Meeting
AVONDALE '
1800 Miehitsn Ave. N.E.
REV. E LEN WESTON, Pistor
8:46 i.m.—Bundir School.
11:00 am.—"Chrlat in the Hems'’
8:00 p.m.—Special Children s Dar Pro
sram.
Fairway Baptist Chapel
Greenock Rd. end Lanark Way
Stiver Sarin*. Md. •
DR. WILDER P. RIPLEY, Pester
9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
II.00o.m.—Worship ond Sermon
"A Conquering Faith."
The Lord's Supper.
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COVENANT
Klekth At*., X'nl* and 8a. Capital 8la.
8undar: 11 a m and 8 pm.
I S. 9 45 am, B. T U. 6:45 p.m.
REV F L 5QIIRE8 Paata*
(EMEWIAL
"Cod’, Corner”
7th and I Street* N.E.
WILSON HOLDER, Ratter
9:30 a m—Bible School.
1 1 :00a.m.—"Easy on the Eye."
6:30 p.m.—Training Union.
8:00 p m.—-"Moth end Dry Decks."
ON THE AIR
"Gospel Wings"
WOL, 11:30 to 12:00.
Morning Worship Service.
REV. WILSON HOLDER.
jHarplanb Hlbenue
W. A. EMMANS, Raster
-14th and Maryland Ava. N.E.
9:30o,m.—Sundoy School.
I 1 a m.—Meditations in the Psalms.
7 :45 p.m.—Evangelistic Message.
Rev. Lacy Holt, Guest Speaker.
KENDALL
9th and Indepeadeneo At*. I V,
REV. mil D. BEAN. PaaUr
9:30 a.m.—Blbl* School.
11:110 a m—Children'* Dar Prssram.
7.00 p.m.—B T 8
8:00 pm.—Eransellatlc Service.
OXON HILL
6247 St. Barnabas Rd. S.L
CLEVELAND AL'TBT. PaaUr
_ 11 a m. and 8 p m.—Worship.
B 8 . 10:00 a m. B. T. O.. 7 p m.
Wednesday. 8 p.m.. Blbl* Stoat.
KENSINGTON
Dupont Are. and the Main Hury.
BEV. KENNETH W KNOX. PaaUr
9 45 a m—Church School.
lliHiaja.—llornint Worahlp.
4:3" tn.—Baptist Tralniaa Palos.
7:30 p.m—Brenlnt Serrlc*.
SILVER SPRING
_ Warn* At*, and Pen San ft,
KEV. PRANK K. BBASINGTON. PaaUr
9 00 and 11 00 o.m.—Worship.
Sermon; "Light far Onr Day."
10:00 o.m..—Bible School.
7:00 p.m.—Baptist Training Union.
8:00 p.m—Evening Worship.
Sermon: "Sent Trouble."
Wednesday, 8 p.m.—Prayer Meeting.

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