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TTTE OREGON STATESMAN: SUXDAT, JLVY 23, 1020.
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I Evangelical Church.
f' Chemeketa street, F. W. Launer,
; pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. ra. ;
' sermon at 11 a. m.. ;by Rev. G! F.
linlng of the Center Street Evan
gelical church. Yvp. A.' at ? p. m..
led.ny oy aim. rranic SHansbaogh.
Sermon by Rev..e 1. Schuster of
Albany. Mr. Schuster will preach' at
Fruitland at 3 p. m.
j Leslie Methodist Episcopal.
1 ,South Commercial and Meyers
streets, Horace N. Aldrich. pastor.
Sunday school at 9:4 a. m., E. A.
Rhotenr superintendent; primary de
. partment meets in Leslie hall, under
' the supervision of Miss Sue Williams.
Persons not able to attend Sunday
school are lnvitea to join the Home
: department and the superintendent
Mrs. E. T. Barkus.Will delhrer the
literature regularly In your home
We are making a special effort in be
half of the babies and ' want yours
; enrolled on the cradle roll. Mrs. J
0. Medler, superintendent. Public
worship at 11 a. m. with sermon by
'the pastor. At 7 p. m., devotional
meeting of the Epworth league. Les-
lie Springer, president. At 8 p. m
Bryan Conley. student in the lawl
department and a senior In liberal
arts fin Willamette university, will
deliver hts lecture. "Versailles." Mr.
Conleyjwas abroad 20 months with
me American forces during the war,
and apent'the month of June. 1919.
m Versailles, during the peace con
ference, thus gleaning first hand the
information forming the basis of hts
address. No admission. The public
is invited. u
! F1rt Christian.
I Center and High streets. Bible
school at 9:45 a. m. Church services
at li; y. p. s. C. E. at 7 p. m. Eve
ning worship at 8. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:30. Leland
w. Porter, pastor.
Court Street Christian
Aortn Seventeenth and Court
streets. We had a fine attendance in
the Bible school last Lord's day and
we want to keep growing in num
oers. only two more weeks until
Children's day. Everybody work, we
are going to smash all attendance
records on previous Children's days
on that day. All teachers and officers
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MULTIPLYING YOUR EARNINGS
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UDICIOUS saving ' and wise investment will
pyramid your income, making it grow big
ger and bigger.
Jmt how much are YOU putting away each
week or month? Did you ever stop and think
the matter over?
If you do, you'll open a bank account here at
the United States National, or begin to add more
Cottage and Chemeketa streets.
S. S. Mumey. minister. Sunday
school. 10 a. m.. S. P. McCracken.
superintendent. At 11 a .m. and 8
p. m.. preaching services; 7:15 p. m.
K. L. of C. E.. Pauline Remington,
president. Beginning Wednesday at
k - t a v v - . m
of the school are asked to be present UL. v'- .a rlT . .
ith . K,i.r .....v I. .v- The Woman s Home and Foreign mls-
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monthly conference next Tuesday mivamr'.. 'tZ " w""v .r nnnV
sUU convention wiir glveVand a lf" " 5" OTL"1- Dr
promptly at 10 a. m. The pastor will L. Zlr a7 aa
rnntin..A m- .-ii, will be present and deliver addresses
Prar-r- t th ,hiMr.n ni.n, Wednesday evealng. Thursday aft-
worship at 11 a. m.. sermon "I Am rf"00." '"v aV' Jln'JiUhrm
oreach at th VWhlA Mlndwi in.tltnt. luc tuu"7Ul,"u ..-" r naay
at 9 a. m. Junior and intermediate i:iT"J':. ?rJ7,'-
C. E. at 5:30 p.
tended lo the public to attend all the
VrAii n ar rtAAfila'i
sis awua irvasv i i M a
prayer meeting at 7 p. m. Song "
service and sermon at 8 p. m. Sub
ject. "Rolling Away Stones." On
Bible study. Great Interest is being .,,.''." "Jv " c
xhnwn in th nr.nt niKu .mr m- Children roeetlngat S p. m..
Bible school at 9:45 a. m.
shown in the present Bible study on 'i-. A V ' .
Th Ha1 snirii- vn ..rh t I young people s C. E. meeting at
hear it. Friday afternoon in the
church parlors the Mary-Martha So
ciety will conduct a social hour. La-
8:45 p. m. .Evening preaching serv
ice at 8 o clock. This being the 11th
anniversary of Brother Joe Smith's
conversion, he will relate some of
:r ":r.." . V:, Hl marvelous dealings of God with
m w a m M.w .waaw U1Q S1A
hear this testimony of God's wonder
ful dealings with man,. Prayer meet
ing on Thursday at 8-p .m. I. G
Lee and wife, pastors.
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Firt CosuEregatioaal Church.
Liberty and Center streets. W. C.
Kantner. minister. At 10 a. m. Sun
day school with classes for all. W.
I. Staley. superintendent: 11 a. m..
Memorial day service, attended by
the Ci. A. K., womui Reuei corps n--. . - , vl
j .,,- .',.,.. .i.,i-. 'T uenedlctlon at 7:30 p. m. Sermon by
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Communion mass at 7:30: hlxh
mass at 10:30. Sermon by pastor.
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only look for the name California
on the package, then yon are sure
your child is having the best and
most harmless physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels. Children
love its fruity taste. Full directions
on each bottle. You must say "California."
Flr4 United Brethren
Yew Park Bible school at 10 a.
m. .Regular service at 11. Christian
Endeavor at 7 and preechlnr at 8.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock. C. W. Cor
by, pastor. f . .
Christian and fljudouary Alliance.
Usual services next Thursday aft
ernoon. May 27, at 832 South Com
mercial street at 2:15 o'clock.
Either Mrs. J. E.' Fee. of Portland,
or Mrs. Caswell will be present. All
cordially welcome to these meetings.
St. Paal'a Church,
. Chemeketa and i Church streets.
the Rev. Chas. II. Powell. B. D., rec
tor. Services for. Whitsunday, the
birthday of the. Christian-church I worth league. Harry Hercher. lead
7:3i a-.m. toi .eommnnlon; 5:45 er: intermedial leaxue. Roderick
a. m.. church school; 11 a. m., highl lUatcbford. leader; Junior league,
celebration- - eenribn: MThe n.Dstalrs In Eoworth hall: Thurs-
Church in Prospect;" 7:20 p. m.. day. 8 p. m.. midweek prayer and
evening prayer and address. VThree Dralse service wUl be In charge of
tiunarea tears oi ine wnurcn in i professor Von Eschen.
America., tvenpodj welcome.
"The Inspiration of Jesus." At 2 p.
m. the usual services at the Old Peo
ple's Home, corner Twelfth and
Kerry streets. At 7 p. m. Senior Ep-
Virt Charrh of Chrlai KrlmtUt.
Sunday services held at 440 Chem-I Mr- Stjle
eketa street at 11 a: m. Suhiect of rhUIip
Bible lesson -Soul akd BodyJT Sun- Mr. Styles Oh. yes.
day school at 9:4 5 a! m. Wednesday
evening testimonial, meeting at 8
o'clock. Reading room. 209 Masonic
temple, open every day except Sun
day and holidays, from 11:45 a. m.
to 8 p. m. All are Invited. ;
This Is my new hat,
Mrs. Styles Don't you think it 1
Mr. Styles Yes. and I suppose I
will be when the bill comes In.
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Marion and North Liberty streets.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and S p. m." by
Rev. J. C. Tibblts. Theme fdr the
mornlnr service. "Cod's Dwrtlicr:'
for the evening service. "Knowing
Christ. Bible school at 5:45 a. tn.
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 7 p .m. A eor-
dial Invitation is extended to all to
attend these services,
Fifteenth and Mill streets, rente-
costal service at 11 a. m. Rev. Llnd
will preach the sermon, subject "The
Energy of the Holy Ghost Unrestrict
ed.' Swedish language will be used
in the service .Sunday school at 12,
Mr. Gust Anderson, superintendent. 1
The ladles aid is planning a great
meeting to be held In the church on
Frldar evening of this week to
which the publie Is Invited.
East State and Eighteenth street.
George Koehler. pastor. Sunday
school at 10 a. mM. Preaching serv
ice at 10:30 a. m.. subject. "The
Text of the First Pentecostal 8ermon
and Its Fulfillment." Luther league
at 7 n. m. Evening service at 7:30 I
p. m.. subject -The Jjecret of Success
in Chrustlan Life and Christian
Work." Visitors are welcome.
Seventh Pay Ailvmtit.
North Fifth street and Gaines ave
nue. Tonight at 7:30. .vangensi a.
R. Bell, pastor: subject. "That Bles
sed Hone the Glorious Appearing of
the Great God and Onr Saviour.
Jesus Christ." This sermon study
will be a wonderful picture of the
scene of the second coming of Christ,
the hone of God's people, the grand
climax of the gospel. Don't fail to
hear it. Everybody welcome.
' Central Congregational.
South Nineteenth and Ferry. II.
C. Stover, minister. Sunday scbooi
In charge of Mrs. H. E. Edwards at
10 a. m. Morning addrVsa at 11a.
Christian Endeavor at t 15 p.
Evening service at 8 p. m.
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Firwt ethodUt Episcopal.
Corner Church and State street.
Rev. Richard N. Avison. minister. At
9:13. old time class meeting, room
4. downstairs. W. L. Cummlngs.
leader; 9:4 5. Sundsy srhool. Alph'u
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