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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1988 13. e Rev. Charles Taylor came home to Charles honored at a reception at the homeplace of parents. There, a photograph of the Rev. a t Page Jackson High School made a great d ttl i k conversation piece. Young Charles Taylor is on the back row, second from the left. Also recognizable is the prin- cipal, the late Ernest Dandridge, fourth from the left. Cer- tainly, others will recognize themselves and friends. r Resident Honored , August 27, relatives and Charles Lee Taylor in Johnsontown for a homeplace the late James a Beatrice Howell was hosted by granddaughter of Nancy Taylor, and the late Rev. and Mrs. ST. The Rev. broke the he had last been family in Jefferson 1 i Texas, and of Trustees at Cedine tn J Institute in Spring L From January 1983 to I , he was associate outreach leader, interim pastor at Com- ht rch in Dallas. From he served in positions , Sunday and teacher at ehur- and Tennessee. master of arts degree in io a from Southwestern Seminary in Fort his B.A. degree diploma from Bryan Col- cousins, and playmates swapped stories of a by-gone era. Many fond memories were exchanged as a 1948 Page Jackson High School eighth grade class photo and the 1942 com- mencement edition of The Eagle News, the school's newspaper, were circulated among the guests. Among those attending were Bishop Walter A. Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jackson, Mrs. Yvonne Brooks Davis, Rev. and Mrs. C. Eugene Taylor, Thomas H. Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Taylor and family, Mrs. Edith Johnson Holmes, Rev. Phillip F. Taylor and daughter, Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor, Jr., and family. Earlier in the day, Rev. and Mrs. Taylor dropped in on the annualpic- nic at Jefferson Memorial Park given by the pastor of the House of Prayer, Church of God, Bishop Walter Newman, the uncle of Rev. Taylor. His aunt, Mrs. Florence Brown and her sons, Rev. Paul and Marcel Brown, their wives, Dale and Elizabeth, and children, were among those on hand to greet him. Rev. Charles L. Taylor During the sermon, he pointed out that Nancy Beatrice, his mother, made the prophetic statement that God would call her son to preach the gospel. For many years he avoided what he later knew to be the inevitable -- in 1976 he became licensed to and, in 1978, ordained to the gospel ministry. During the afternoon, Rev. and Mrs. Taylor were the dinner guests of Bishop Newman along with Rev. Phillip, Robert and Evelyn Taylor and their families at Henry's Country Inn, Shepherdstown. SPECIAL MASS AT ST. AGNES St. Agnes Catholic Chur'h in Shepherdstown will celebrate a special Mass at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, September 25, inaugurating the commemoration of its Centennial Year. Although there is evidence of a Catholic presence in Shepherdstown as early as 1795, there was no church building until work started in August, 1889 at the corner of Church and Washington Streets. The first Mass was celebrated in March of the suc- ceeding year by the Rev. T.J. Wilson. The church was named in honor of Miss Agnes Gibson, who was most responsible for its construction. George Hodges, a wealthy merchant, also contributed much to this cause. Church Directory Continued from Page 12 UNITARIAN-UNIVERSALIST CHURCH SERVICES Located on Route 11, Stephens City, Va., Rev. Gary Gallun, minister, 703-869-6965. Sunday, Church Service, 11 a.m., Dennis Atwood, lay speaker, will deliver a sermon on "Unitarian Universalist Affirmations." Ladies Bible Class Studies Religious Names, Meanings The Ladies Bible Class met Tuesday evening, September 6 at the home of Barbara Heishman, with ten present. Kitty Hughes called the meeting to order with Barbara opening with prayer. Mary Ann Griffith, devotion leader, read an interesting and time- ly story "Chuck's Tattoo." This related to a youth and adult problem. The leader correlated religious names and modern names. A name is something usually given to each of us at birth. Names are important in many ways. "A good name is more to be desired than great rubies and favor is better than gold and silver." In 1100 A.D. the English custom was to name children after saints. In some in- stances occupation was the source, such as Smith, Miller, Cook, Silversmith; ideals were revealed in Faith, Hope, Charity, Grace; from the names of months come April, May, June, September; from holidays come Noel, Angela, Easter and Esta. Some names are often used for both bey or girl. Pointed out was Jesus' usage when speaking to Lazarus, Mary, Martha, Peter, the Rock, Zacharias, the short man. Later, when refreshments were served, each member's name had been written on a place-card made by Barbara's daughter, Sharon Snyder, with an explanation of the Hebrew meaning of same. This added an in- teresting feature to the lesson. The usual business session followed with birthday dues being paid by Grace Boyer. The bill for prizes given at the Sunday School picnic was paid. USHER BOARD ANNIVERSARY The King's Apostle Church, located in Ranson, will hold its Usher Board Anniversary Sunday, October 2, at 4 p.m., church officials announced to- day. Special music will be provided by the Angelic Voices of Front Royal, Va. SHENANDOAH UNITED METHODIST PARISH Rev. Cheryl Thompson, pastor. Murrill Hill, Route 9, near Mission. Road -- Worship, 9 a.m.; Church School, 10 a.m.; Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Silver Grove, Route 32, Chestnut Hill Road -- Worship, 10 a.m.; Church School, 11 a.m. Chestnut Hill, corner of Hostler and Chestnut Hill Roads -- Church School, 10 am.; Worship, 11:15 a.m. ZION EPISCOPAL CHURCH CHARLES TOWN Rector, Rev. Roger L. Henshaw. Sunday, 8 am., Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m, Church School; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer and Sermon, nursery provided; 3 p.m., Confirmation Class. ON  s,.co..o,=, S ITE  I:)=kop Pubithlng SERVICES .'=., Lamer Prtn tlnl[  Gnlphlcl S01MII(]00[ v" LasorPrinting i,," Mailing List Management Design & Illustration Modem service Bdng In your Moclntosh of IBM compotllole discs fc greot Text and Graphics Peproductlons. 129 Germon Street Shepherdstown.WV. 2,5443 mlllm 876-2235 & Interesting to note is the fact that a- descendant of Mr. Hodges, Joseph: Howard Hodges, later became Bishop" of the diocese of which St. Agnes is a part, Wheeling-Charleston. St. Agnes did not become an official parish un- til August, 1980, when Father Robert K. Judge S.J. was appointed pastor. The parish now consists of 120 families. Many events are planned for the coming year including a music recital, talks by outstanding speakers, an open house and a parish reception. Unil;ed Way j,,- TN(E OFF WITH A CAREER IN TRAVEL. Take part in this exciting industry with the professionals at UNIGLOBE. We're the largest travel network in North America and we have excellent FULL-TIM E/PART-TIM E opportunities available in the Charles Town area. Call 304-267-8181 or 304-725-9336. Experience preferred but not necessary. Over 700 independently owned and operated travel agencies and growing. UNIGLOBE Preferred Travel, Inc. Ruth Olean Myers, President diploma from a A change is again made in the date of School of Bible and Sunday, August 28, at the House of the meeting of this organization. It is [ Rapids, Mich., and Prayer, Rev. Taylor delivered the f,. -- now the first Thursday of the month at I r in 1953 from Page morning sermon, "The Abundant Life ,we th4P 7:30 p.m. The next meeting will be J  i mol in Charles Town. in Christ. " His message in summary : IT ._  ww/ Thursday, October 6, at 7:30 at the I __ to the former Linda the abundant life in Christ produces a (_Jnlte way home of Mrs. Raymond Boyer with [ [tkl k I l-" I! ga, Tenn., current- man who (1) prays in the spirit; 2) Marie Sewers as devotion leader. I 11  u L--  d; the programming divi- consecrates every opportunity, every l l[ Shape& ias. circumstance to bring glory to God; T x " n waxed nostalgic as and (3) is willing to give his life over -, ture mlmates, childhood to the demands of Christ. , Wl . . " 30% OF F I llr '  LJi= 1 I IIl-- !1 [ Elements /ALLCOVERING I . 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