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Terrill Rd. Church
Gets New Pastor
St, Paul's Men's Club
To Sponsor Father
And Sou Breakfast
CHURCH SERVICES
0. ClfURCH
ship. Sermon: "Responsibility for
Plains — Hie Hev. Ken- The St, Paul's Men's Club has in- HOtV
Kev. Msgr. Heary J . WattcrsoB ihe Church in t^e World — The New
neth King p s accepted a call to the vited fathers and sons to attend the
ВЈojftfes.siofl'Y li a*m. nursery and
t VF, PA, Pastor
{Mtstprgtte of $ e Ternil Eoad Baptist annual Communion breakfast at 9
childrea's church school; 7:30 p.m.
Church in Scotch Plaijis SB4 will ^be- p.m. in the auditorium Saturday, An
Rev. John L. Flanagan
Westminster Fellowship.
gin his ministry Sunday,
invitation has been extended to ail
Eey. Evterte ВЈ . McCuf
Wednesday; $:30 a.m. day nurEeverearf King is a graduate oj men of the parish to come aisd bring
. Salvatore Tagliareni
sery; 7-8 p.m. Confirmation class.
-Missouri State Teachers their sons, , '• \~
315 First Street
nod the Southwestern Bap- Follgwlng the breakfast; David ВЈ/;.
Fhoae; AP 2-0332
FIEST CHURCH OF CHR1SI
ist^ theological Seminary in Fort Goodwin/c$ef of ВЈhe bureau of
W h Texas. ; - •
reatiao for New Jersey, jrilt discuss1: .Sunday Masses: In cburdi, 7, 8,
iO, H i j n . and 12 noon; 9 a.m.,
257 Midway Avef
s Jb^e^i the pastor of Bap- "Recreation in J*ew '.Jersey." ,
Msss: In chapel, 9,10:15,
Pan wood
tist' Churches in Kejaefte, . 0Wa,; Mr, -Goodwin iaS taught adminisSunday Services: 11 a.m.
, Tex.; jUuffcia* Tex,, and tration and raunklpal^recreaUpn at:
to Scotch Pjains from Green Rutgers University and is 8 past: Hoiyday Masses; Jo church, 6,
Wednesday evening testimony
isi, where he iias perv^tl since president of the New Jersey.Becne-' 6:45, 7:45, 8:45, 9:4S and 10:30 a.m.;
meeting, &A5 p.m.
in
the
eveairg
at
7
p.m.
1959,,
ation and Park Saciety, He.was forpey. King is married with one merly \g coach ' at' Lawrenceville Weekday Masses; In church, 6:30, FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
daughter who is a freshman at Har* School and is, currently'the state di+ •:7:15 and 8 a.m., unless otherwise anSClENflST
nounced.
Stamoiis University. He and rector for the American Legion Base- i
432 E. Bread &tВ»
First
Friday
Masses:
6:30,
7:15
. Kiiig m\\ reside in the parseВ®* ball program:
'
" '•
Sunday Seniccs—11 AM,
8.
age 'jijt 1330 fefriSX Rd.
Sunday School—11 A.M.
Cr^nford Methodkt
Church Host To
Southern District
STF1E L
CHURCHES O F
ACTIVITIES
aptist 3В§en'В» Club
;
To Convene -UIw;- 3
\ur»«-y—U AJtf.
Testimony Meeting,
Wednesday. 8:15 P.M.
0VH LADY OF LOUKDES
R. C. CHURCH
Ccvtral Are., Mountainside
Rev. Gerard J. MeGarry, Pastor
VICINITY
TF Chimp is No Chump! He Shows You
How to Reduce Risk vf Heart Attack
WANT TO REDUCE VOUE RISK OF HEART ATTACK? vtrtuei of regular emercise and of normal weight.
If m, Kokomo Junior has some timely tuggestleas *** KoUwo Js helping promote the risk reduction proyou, from left, the fsraoas fhlmpamec enpkutcM fra*i В« | ymt Heart AwJocUtku). It U one of the
the value &t regular Itealtii ekeckupВ« and В«oa(roi of m*ny aetlvititi supporUd by puUk contributtons to
high blood pressure, argue* against eUarcttei, recom- the ml Heart Fund; Ixinc conducted here nod throughmendi В« diet low in saiurated ftt and proclaims the out ike cquotry during February.
A Bible Leseon on "Christ Jesua"
will be presented at Christian SciThe Mew's Cluk of the First Bapence churches this Sunday,
tist CH|4Jfcfi \viВ«|nВ«lte .Friday, March
Rev,
FtanqEi
F. The Cranford Siethadist Church 3 at ВЈ:36;|UB;, at the cHureh. The
The Golden fen is frpm John:
Rev,
Francis
X
+
Jbe hast to JtyeВЈft0dist Women ,of
"No man hath seen God at any
TJ3MPLE
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
|iiest
speek^wi^
fc#
Father
Christian will be preaching on the
high class oa the life of Christ, in
RecU»ry—1221
Wyoming
Dr.
jer? District for the annual Day mond AuJTiack, of ,Our Lady ,_
time; the only begotten Son, which
1170 014 RarU&B Rd., Clark
7SS E, Broad St.
topic, '.'Love That Takes the Leads"
the lounge; 4;3p p.m., worship and
Wednesday beginning at Lourd^s Church $ Mountainside Bis
is in the bosom of the Fafter, he
in the series on the theme "Love in Jolii Secdorf, Vrvvlding MinisUT organ recital by Thomas Mowbray;
WesffieW
Sunday Masses—7, 8, 9:15, ia;30 hath
declared him."
Babbi Charon A. Kroloff
typlc'wip
j&
"The.Ecumeitiic^l
MoveWord and Peed"; 8 p.m., discussion Fridayi 7:25p.m., ministry school; 7 p.m., .senior high .fellowship will
and
12.
Chanucey CВ« Hate, Spiritual ment aiif jffgw it is Being promul
consider summer projects; "What
Life cultivation secretary of the dis- gated at "the Gra^s ROTIS J^evfil/*: Weekday Masses—6:30, 7 and «. AIL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Today: 10 a.m., Sisterhood dance groups in the lounge annex of Parish 8:30 p.m., service meeting,
M
House.
"Teen-age
Rebellion"
is
the
Tomorrow;
8:15
p,m,.
Rabbi
KrolSunday:
3
p.m,,
public
talk
enAm
I
Going
to
Qo
Thi$.
Summer?
trict ^Woman's Society, of Christian William 0, Yea BAareom, president, Holyday Masses—6t 7, 8, 19 and 559 Park Ave.
One Man Wednesday: 8 p.m., Lenten discusScotch Plains oXf will speak on "Such a 'Tzimus* topic in this series of Family For- titled, "God Made Out.or
1
Service is chairman of the day and
Every Nation of Men ' giv^n by R, sion program for leaders and memf p.m.
Rev, F n }Q&* T. Hammond, Fador Over a Golden Caif."
ums
open
io
the
public.
Youth
are
will
preside.
.
'
/
•
-iLftlib Yff iAvV***M W*- * t3
wJUl give one of the meditations. The
1st Friday Masses-fr30, 7:15.
Sunday;
8
a.m,
holy
communion;
invited
to
attend
this
discussion
and
bers of tiie church on the theme
others will be glyen by Mrs. John Dinner reservations are necessary Novena—Our Lady of Miraculous 9:15 and 11 a.m.,( prayer and ser- Saturday; 10:30 a m , Bar Mitzvah
of Robert Lieberbet'g son of Mr. and participate in the discussion. • ,
stion and answer- consideration "Wkift Are'We Ooing in the World?'*
Griffith of Hackettstown andMrs. sad may be made by calling the Medal, Monday, 8 p.m.
nursery care; church schooh Mrs- George Lieberberg.
Grate- A fil/ristrip on "the-new evangelism'*
Wednesday: 8 p.m., ttie Wednes- of a tide entitled, "Making
Clark D. Callender of Summit, The church office. Ail men of the church Benedictipn—Fridays 2:30 p.m. mon;
li
nursery and kindergarten in the Sunday; 3 p.m., junior yottth day, night Lenten program will be
se Pf a Penny," arid the Mod- entitled "Men For Others" will be
meditations are on maturity through are invited to attend.
Confessions—§atur<!ays, eve <rf 1st Edith Lea Haom; 11 a,m,( church group; 7 pjn., senior youUi group; addressed by the Rev. W. Don -Mcof the Penny."
to stimulate the discussion.
trial, work* and words. Personal
Friday? aВ«d Hoiydays, 4 until 5:30, school: This Sunday, the fourth Sun- 3 p.m., youth group; 7 p.m., Rabbi's Clure, on leave from Ethiopia. The
8 p.m., question and anstudy will be included during the
. James A* Little
day in the month, grades I through Seminar for Junior and senior
CAtVARV LUfHERAN
and 7:30 until 9>.
meeting will be in tiie Assembly swer! participation using the Bible
morning.
will go straight to their class- students; 8:90p.m., home discussion Hall.
CHUHtil (L€A>
at
2
p.m,
by
ap^tudji aid, "Tilings In Which It Is
The offering will go to the support To Speak At Calvary
rooms, There wiil be no Junior Wor- group at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
198 Ensiman St., Cmnford
Impossible For God To Ue,"
point
ment,
of Miss Auberta G a Lush a, newly
ship Service.
Harold Wasserman.
Pastor?: Rev, Arnold J. Wahfqufst
MADISON AVKNUE CHAPEL
Arrangements
to
be
commissioned missionary to Bolivia. Dr.. James A; Little, a former Marriages
BAPTIST CHURCH
llev. Gordon IВ», Haff
We
welcome
your
Inquiries
regard*
Rev,
Jack
II.
Bnrker,
Stndenl
Pastor
made
at
rectory
two
months
in
admember of Calyary, w $ be the guest
170 Elm Street
Sunday: 9 and 19;45 s.nin services
ing
temple
rr^mbership,
and
the
ST.
PAWL'S
EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Sunday:
II
a.m.,
worship
service;
vance.
at 8 p.m., Monday, at CalMidweek Lenten Service speaker"
Key. William K. Colier,
of -worship. The title of Pastor
total
religious
program
for
children
iU
E.
Broad
Si.
Mr.
Barker
will
preach
on
ihe
topic
vary Lutheran Church, Cranford. Dr.
8:45 and U a.m.,wor- quist's sermon will be ''When
THE COMMUNITY
The Rev, Canon HI chard J. Hurdman and adults, as well as nursery "k Modern Parable."
At Redeemer Lutheran Little is affiliated with llie New Jership;! sermon by ihe Rev. William Hits Up Against Heligioa; -9:30 ^
school. Informatioa may be obtained
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The
Bev,
John
C.
W,
Liiieley
sey Commission for the Blind, as
Fourth In Series
K. C(>ber on the subject, "Dedleat- 10:45 a m . , Sunday Church School;
by calling the temple office.
Meeting
Houoe
Lane
tfiRST
METHOBIST
CHURCH
The
Kcv.
Joseph
S,
Harrison
Educational Counselor and his topic
third ^u a Lenten series on the 9 a.m., adult class; 10:45 a.m., Ij^byMountalnitde
Ai
The
Plaza
The
Rev.
Hugh
Liv<mgood
The fourth in the series of mid- will be "Educating the Exceptional
! "Moods of Faith"; 8:45 В©ndsitting in the nursery for children
REDEEMER LUTHERAN
Rev,
Elmer
A,
Talcott
J
r
.
Ministers;
Sunday:
7:45
a.m.,
hoJy
commuQiUd
in
Our
World?'
week Lenten devotions at Redeemer
church school sessions; 5 imdci* three years; 4;45 to 7:15 p,^n.,
10 a,
CHURCH
Rev.
Clark
W.
Hunt
nion;
8;45
and
10
a.m.,
holy
com*
Lutheran Church wlE be held next The Lutheran Church Women sponchurch members!]ip Lenten Family seminar,
p.m.
Cor. Cowpertbvaite VI and Clark St
Sunday;
9:30-3.0:SB
phureh
school,
Rev.
James
C.
Whitaker
munion
and
sermon;
31:30
a.m.,
Wednesday at 7 and 8 p.m. in the sor this presentation, and extend a
class junior high fellowship; senior Wednesday: 8 pjn,, midweek LenRev.
Walter
A.
Reunlng
grades
4-12;
Jl
a.m^
morning
worRev.
Donald
G*
Jones
prayer
and
sermon;
7:30
p.m.,
evensermons at both services. Viear cordial invitation to all who wish to
Nigh fellowship; B p.m., Sunday ten service. Pastor Huff'3 sermon
Viear
David
A,
Wood
Rev.
Philip
R.
Dtettericfc
song;
7
p.m.,
Ninth
Grade
FellowDavid A, Wood, assistant to the pas-attend this meeting. Refrehments
Group at the home of Mr. and will concern the attitude of "The
Sunday:
8:30
a.m.,
early
services;
Sunday:
9:15
and
II
a.m.,
all
deship;
Senior
Episcopal
Young
tor, will deliver the sermon on the will be served by Lyd^a Circle.
Mrs. James E. Mitchell, 800 Forest Drifter" us Christ speaks to him.
children's
choir
will
sing;
9:45
a.m.,
partments
of
the
church
school
Churchmen.
topic, "One Who Said, 'I Am InnoAve,
1
Sunday
School
and
Bible
classes;
II
meet;
9:30
and
11
a.m.,
worship
cent. "
Wednesday: 10:15 a.m,, the HecWednesday: 9:15 a.m., study
Vietnam Film Sunday St. Luke Group Slater tor's
MOUNTAINSIDE CHAPEL
a.m,,
main
service,
Holy
Commuservices
in
the
sanctuary.
Dr.
Ciark
talk;
10:30
a.m.,
altar
guild
Tfee Children's Choir under direcgrouil; 8 p.m., mid-week Lenten
Highway Zt
aibn
wM
be
celebrated:
2
p.m.,
^Ya^W.
Hunt
senior
minister,
wiEl
3
meeting;
8
p.m.,
adult
confirmation
tion of Miss Periene Krug, will sing, At Mountainside Chapel College Choir Conceri
race relations committee of
Retort B, Miglmrd, Pastor
ther
League
colley
ball
tournament
preach;
8
p.m.,
membership
class;
CIBSS;
Men's
Club
board
meeting.
"Art Thou Weary, Art Thou Trouihe Westfield Council of Cliurehcs;
at
Bound
Brook,
Commission
on
Education,
9:45 a.m., Sunday school
If
Mrs.
Margaret
Morgan
and
Mrs,
bled," at the 7 p.mВ« service.
MoВ«ritalnB!de- Vietnam Profile,"
9 p.irj., special studies committee. for all ages; U a m , , worship;
tyedaesday,
March
1:
7
and
8
p.m.,
Tuesday;
9:30
ajn..
Depth
Bible
:'Ai the 8 p.m. Aduit Service, thq an #>-mtВЈute colored sountf film de- James 0unn, chairmen, of St. Luke
WHXOW GKOVE
Lenten services. Vicar Dav\& A. Study, led by Mr. Parsons, Fellown ursery; 6 p. tn., Young People '$
iiitljer Choir will sing, "When O'er picting the work of World Vision in AME 2lon Church, have announced
PRESBYTERIAN
CONGREGATIONAL
Groups; 7 p.m., service, World ViW
ropd will deliver the sermon on ship Room; 12:30 p.m., Circle tO
plans
to
present
the
Livingstone
CoiMy-Sins I Sofrow/' % J. S. Bach, Vietnam wilt be•"phojvn'at^nl MounRariian Road
CHURCH
sion Film: "Vietnam Profile,"
One Wbo Said, "J Am Innocent." will mecE at the home of Mrs. A, J.
b
direction of William Drews. teinsjde Union Chapel, Mountainside1 lege Choir of SaUsbury, N.C., inTa
•
Scotch
125 Elmer SI, H
Fischer, 847 Shackamaxon Dr.; 6;45
Wednesday; 8 p.m., midweek prayChildren's
choir
will
sing
at.7
p.m.
concert
at
the
Hoosevelt
Junior
High
study of the Passion history Suntiay at*7 p.m. In connection with
Rev. Julian Alexander Jr.
p,m,, Men's Club dinner-meeting,
and
Luther
choir
will
sing
at
8
p.m.
er service.
School,
Saturday
evening,
April
I
at
of the Lord Jesus Chrfet is tradi- the film, the chapel will begin a
. H.lstaisford
M. E.
social
Sunday:
В»:30
an<I
n
a.m.,
wor7;30
p.m.
Committee^
assisting
the
tional fyr Lutheran churches in Lent. drjve to secure 50,000 dar|t golorM.
TERRILL ROAD BAPTIST
Sunday: 8:15 and U a.m.,morning
GRACE ORTHODOX
ship
service;
Rev.
Julian
Alexander
chairmen
are:
Publicity,
Mrs.
tTames
The applications to a Christian's woolen or cotton blankets which are
.CllUJtClI
worship in the ' sanctuary; guest
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
will
speak;
Sunday
school
fourth
WG0DSXD3
CIIAPEL
Jackson,
Mrs,
Ulygfies
Harris,
Mrs.
iaith aa.d every-day modern life as- needed by ^Yorld yijrion for their
Terrill Junior High School
preacier yrill be Rev. C. She.tyy
1140 Boulevard
through
X2ВЈh
grades
at
9:30,
and
Horse
Ave.
t Fan wood
, s(gt the church member as well as hospital, Widow's Home, HelipMlita- Natalie Lark; housing, Mrs.Charles
Scotch Plaius
Rooki)s minister in the United Qiurch Sunday; 9:30 and l i a.m., church
two
year
olds
through
third
grade
at
Sunday:
II
a,m.,
at
the
Family
!
Ross
and
Mrs.
Daisy
Caldweil;
host|e inquirer in a fitting observance Uon Center, Vocational Training Unit
Rev. Kenneth Klngf Pastor
of Ch 1st, serving as associate direc- school, classes for all ages (nursll
a.m.;
6:?0
p.m.,
junior,
middler
Bible
Hour,
Walter
Jensen
will
oe
pitality,
Miss
Lulu
B.
Hears
and
of Lent.
and several orohaaages,
Sunday: 9:45a m , , Sunday School;
tor of the Fund for Theological Edu- rey); 11 a.m., worship service (nursВЈnd
senior
fellowships;
3:15
p.m..
bringing
another
message
in
this
Wiliiam Wright; tickets, Mrs. WilH a.m., worship; 6 p.m,, Training
catioi; 0:35 a.m., church school, ery); guest preacher Daniel Overpastoral
committee
meeting.
special
evangelistic
series.
The
Sunliam Wright and Mrs. Bessie Banks;
Unjon; 7 p.m., worship. A nursery is
nurse y through sixth grade; IO;A5 dyin, a student at Westminster Sem
Wednesday:
7:15
p.m.,
youth
prayday
School
will
be
in
session
at
the
adverti^en^eats, Floyd Bejyie, Louis
provided for all services.
h
er;
8:15
p.m.,
adult
study,
"Great
,, worship service; hymn
same time; 6:30 p.m., there will be a.m., church school, nursery through inary; 7
N. Humphrey aed Mrs. Lawrence
12th ВЈ rads.
Chapters
of
the
Bible.'*
sing conducted by Stanley Ottosen;
a
fellowship
supper
at
the
chapel
Alexander,
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
followed by another message by Mr. Wednesday: 4:30 p.m., confirma- Mr, Ovcrduln preactung.
IN WESTFIELD
tion ^isss; 5:30 p.m., junior high
BETifEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Jensen.
140 Mountain Avenue
supper and meeting,
539 Trinity Place
Monday and Tuesday: & p,mM final
Ministers
1
1
'
y
I U U J
^
m
c
•
•
i
n
fa
-
t
•m
Midweek Lentil Service
M First
A midweek Lenten service March
wall
В«ry i^r^ip f -Hie chapel'choir'of
the church will sing sections of the
"20th Century Folk Mass" under the
direction of Mrs. Evelyn Bleeke, led
by the Rev. William K. Cober, pastor of the church, and Jerome Gero!d wlU complete the service, >yhich
is to he held in the FeHowship'Hfll
of the church and is open to the pub.he.
'
M. Jerome Brown, Pastor
: 9:30 a.tn.r church school,
Porkliam, superintendent;
two meetings in the February evanDr. Frederick E, Christian
F4NW00D PRESBYTERIAN
gelisilc scries. Mr. Jensen wiH be
Rcy, Richard L, Smith
!
CHURCH
speaking at both servicos.
Rev, James J), Cole
174 Marline Ave., South
II a."m., worship; 3:30 p
Rev. M, BOIIB Durway
George t . Hunt
John V. Mlllai
service of the Pastors Aid
Rev. Ace t ; Tubhs
UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP
Wednesday: 8 pfmM mid-week Sunday: 9 and 10:45 a.m., worship
OF WESTFITIXD
Sunday: 9:30'and li o'clock worservice.
services and church school; Dr.
A Uberal Religion
ship ^ervices: Dr. George h. Hunt
YMCA
will preach on the topic, "Salty
•.V: 10:30 a.m., speaker: Her- Christjans"; 9:30 and 11 a.m,» church
bert Antfereon, Lutheran minister schoo|for nursery (3 years)'through
and (fradiiote student at Dr,ew Uni- eighth] grade; 9:36 a.m., adult class
versity; ippic; "Salvation as Self- o nth^ meaning of church memberDisclooure/1 Sit&day school and nurs- ship, in the lounge, fc&ught by the
ery care available.
Rev. ohn P. Millar; II a.m., senior
Friendship Guild Will
4
Feature Brainslonning'
^ session on "Bratnstarming." led
bv Mrsu feobert B, Keckman, member jol the ^Fr^dship Guild, will be
$ feature ofthe-program at its nwetJ ^ e s ^ a y at 8:15 p.m. in the ВЈ(|a. Building, Devotions will be
hy jj$ss Dorothy Bushfey. Hosft ^ evening will be Miss
ftp
Mrs. Barron
Jj.
and Mrs. Philip H.
.Jr. Mrs. John A. Miller,
pttisi4eat,
preside.
*•»
Hold* Mr. noil 1ttr*9
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