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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING.' MARCH 25," 1923.
t i-'f BAPTIST. - "-"-" '
Vint Baptist Charch WllliiiaT Mil-
liken, mibUl.r. Morning" worship t, 11;
renins Wt" ? :30. iyn;elist lluhderup
apaslceat bothr-aefvTces.s Bible school at
9:45 and BY IP at 6:30. Watch advar
. ti&amant for full announcement.
Catholic Church -lUr. J, K. Buck, pas
tor, low mui and communion at W, high
sua, with blebs Id g f piliua and distri
bution at 10 o'clock. At both niafci.es toe
Passion o( our Lord will be read and
there will be no sermon. Benediction at
7:30. when Et. Ker. il.gr. Lane, V. 1.
f Alban will preach. ; Everyone.1, both
Catholic and non-Catholic, 1s cordially in
vited; On Thursday of Holy ' week mass
will, ba at 8:30, and the children of the
-first, communion class wilt reeerve.--A Ob
Good Friday the mass of the presancti
t ied wilt be said at 8 'c!ock and front
boob to 3 .prayers and the stations of the
cross will be said. At 1.30 Rev. Father
Keenaa. will preach m. sennosi appropriate
for ; the day and recite the rosary. Holy
Saturday tbe blessing of fir ; Easter
and baptismal water will . take place b-
AM k 4 ' 1 I.' ' I."
: Court Street Christian Corner X. 17th
and ' Court streets. f B. L. Putnam min
ister. Pre-Keaster campaign each night
during wee'k. Bible school 9.45. Horn
ing service 11 o'clock. Sermon, "The
Christian' a Christ." Endeavor prayer
meeting 5:30. Intermediate 6:30. Senior
7.SO. t Sermon, . "Does it make any dif
ference what I believe t" You-are most
,veloin to these and every service dur
ing' the week. j r. . t
CHBISTIAK AND MISSIONARY
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Caswell, 425 X.
Winter street, pastors. Tel." 821 J. Sun
day services at the WCTU hall. Sunday
school at 2 o'clock, followed by preaching
at 3. In the evening at 7:30 the usual
evangelistic meeting. Also at the tame
place on Friday afternoon at 2:30 and
in , the evening at 7:30 services along' the
line of divine healing. On ' Tuesday eve
ning at 7:30 the regular meeting is held
at 632 S. Commercial. All very cordially
welcome at all of . these services.
Jfrit welcome at all service.
, . .. CHBISTIANBCr
7 ' First Church 440 Chemeketa street
Sunday morning services at"":. 11 " o'clock,
evening services at 8. Subject of lesson
sermon "Matter." Sunday school' at 9:80
a. m.. 'Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting at 8 o'clock Heading room 200
t Masonic Temple, open every day except
holidays and Sundays from 11:15 .'to
: 5:30 p. m. An are cordially invited to
i our services and to our reading room.
v First Christian - ChurchCenter and
High streets. J. J. Evans, minister
t'Mesning, of Christ's Death" will be the
morning1 topic. "What to Believe," eve
Bin g topic. Young? people conduct their
10; services at 11. At 6":30 Union serv
ices at the Cottage street Evangelical
church for ELCE meeting, and at 7:30
preaching. Dr. C. C. Poling will speak.
TO BE FEATURED
Talks Will be Given at 12:15
in Oregon Theater by
: Local Ministers
FIRST SERVICE IN
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EW CHURCH T
St.-Paul's Episcopal COngre
'gation Will Ocpupy New
FBIXHDS. i ,,. S -.
South Salenf Friends 9. : Commercial
and Washington streets. Latham Swabb,
pastor. Bible school, 10 a. in,; morning
worship, il o'clock; tV E., 6.30; eve
ning church service,' 7 !30. Prayer meet
ing and Bible study in the Book ot John
Thursday evening, J :30. Dr. Carl E.
Miller,' Supt. BiTl,' school, Mr. va
Xighttinegr, Pres. C. E.
CHTJBOH OF GOD.
Church of God,; 1846 N. Church street
J. J. Gillespie, pastor. Sunday sehool
10 a. m. ; preaching service.. 11 a. m.,
subject, "The- Gift of Languages, Their
Cse and Abuse;" 1 Cor. 14. Sunday
school at Salem Heights 3 p. m. Young
people's 'meeting .6.45; and preaching
service 7:30. Prayer meeting, 7:30 Wed
nesday evening. i : -
' CHURCH OF CHBIST.
' The Church of Christ meets oa the cor
ner of Shipping and ottaga . streets each
Lord's day at 1L a. m., to study God's
word and worship; preaching every first
and third Sunday. There will be preach
ing the fourth Sunday in March. A hearty
welcome to everyone who wants to study
the Word of God. . ,
' ' ' EVANGELICAL.
Liberty j Street Evangelical Church G.
P. Liening Sr., pastor. Sunday school at
Court StreetXhristian Church
. Corner N. Seventeenth and Court Streets.
Pre-Easter Services Each Night
Sunday." A. M.
Sunday P. M.-
-VThe Christian's Christ."
-MDoesv it Make Any Differ
ence What I Believe ?"
Monday P. M. "Are You on I the Safe
' '' : ; J -tt:- -V: ' Side?" : ! ;- , . : r A
- TUesray P. M."VVhy Save Souls t" .
VVednesy P. M. "Who Is the Fourth Man?"
- Hiursday P. M. "Where Are You j Going ?"
' Friday P. M. "The Last Fortress to Con-
' v ' - - r- ; - quer,"; . . ; t ;
Specisd Music" COME . Big Chorus
Highland Friend Highland Ave. and
X. Chuch street.' I. G. and Ida J. lee,
ministers. Bible school, . 10. a. m.: preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.i
Christian Kndeavor at 6 :30 p. m. .Young
people's Bible study 'and prayer meeting
on. Monday at 7?30. Prayer meeting on
Thursday at 7:30 p. m A cordial wel
come is extended, to all. "
X. B. 8. A. " ' f
Internat ional Bible Students associa
tion meets every Sunday in Derby hall,
corner Court and High streets (upstairs),
for Bible study. Hours from 10 to 12
a. ra. All interested in Bible study are
' - . LUTHERAN. ' ;
East State and 16th streets. G Koeh
ler, pastor. ' Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
With Palm Sunday Holy week begins, and
the pastor will preach a Lenten sermon
in which he treats: "Pilate's proposi
tion. Whom ; will ye that I release to
yont Barabbas, or Jesus who is called
Christ t and. the people's decision: Give
us Barabbas .and y let Jesns be cruci
fied. Evening service in the-English
language at 7:30 o'clock. Theme, "The
Prophet's Vision of Jesus, the Servant of
God, a Man of Sorrow.' Bible- study
and Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30.
W stndy this week: The Institution of
the Lord's Sapper., Service oa Good
Friday at 10:30 . m. A hearty welcome
to our services. !.;-
- First Methodist Episeopsl Cor. Church
and State streets. Blaine E. Kirkpatrick,
minister.. Sunday school at 9 :45. The
preparatory membership class meets at
the parsonage at 9:45, npder the direc
tion of the pastor. Morning worship 11
o'clock The pastor will preach the third
sermon in the series on the "Ascent to
Easter." , the subject being "The Mount
of Visitation. Evening service,. 7:30
o'clock. The last of the special series of
sermons will be given on the subject.
"The Mount of Crucifixion.
Jason Lee. Memorial. M. E. Church
Corner N. Winter and Jefferson ' streets.
Thomas Acheson and Earl Officer, pas.
tors. Sunday school, 9 :45 a. ra. ; ; public
worship, s 11 a. ' tn. ; Junior church Rev.
Officer preaching. Adult service, subject,
The Triumphs lEntry." . , Epworth
league, 6:30 p. m. ; special service at
7:30 -p.' m., subject "Making America
Chrietian," illustrated by Unter slides.
the pastor ia charge. Come and bring
your friends with you. -.-' , .
Leslie M. E. South Commercial and
Myers streets.- H. F. Pemberton. pastor.
Sunday school meets at 9:45; Epworth
league at 6:30. , Morning worsbin at It
o'clock; sermon subject, "Tha Palms of
Vietoly and the Crown of Thorns." The
evening meeting Is at 7:30.'-Subject "The
Kmptled : Cup." Coma and. bring yoar
The program tor services in the
Grand theater for the coming
week, which are under the direc
tion of the ministerial association,
has been announced.. Special talks
will be given each day, the meet
ings beginning at 12:15. - Special
organ numbers will be a 'part of
the noon program and special vo-
cal solos will be featured.
The week's program will be as
Rev. H. D. Chambers, "Life and
Death. Chairman, Walter T.
Jenks; Rev. Thomas Acheson,
Scripture and prayer; soloist, Airs.
J. J. Roberts.
Rev. J. J. Evans, "Sins That
Crucified Christ." Chairman, Dr.
H. C. Epley; Rev. C. C. Poling,
Scripture and prayer; soloist, Mrs.
D. W. Riddle. .
Rev. W. C. s Kantner, "Jesus
Christ and the Man of Today."'
Chairman, Ronald C. Glover; Rev.
R. !. Putnam, Scripture and
prayer; soloist, H. II. Harris.
. - Thursday i
Rev. Blaine Efi Kirkpatrick
"Christ's Last Thursday." Chair
man, W. I. Staley; Rev. I. G.
Lee, scripture - and prayer; solo
ist; Mrs. W. W. Long. V -
, - . Friday ' -Tiev.
i W. T. Milliken, "Black
Friday." Chairman, .George W.
Hug; Rev. JV. iW. Long, scripture
and prayer; soloist, R. D. Barton.
Presbyterian Church to
. Have Special Services
Services at First Presbyterian
churctfj for this week 'will be
held each evening at 7:45 as
follows: , v
Tuesday, sermon "Christ and
Wednesday, sermon "Chrl st
Thursday, sermon, "Christ and
the Peenltent Thief." The Lord's
Supper will be observed.
Friday, sermon, ."Seven Words
of Christ on the Cross." '
Special music will be provided
for each evening. Miss. Lucille
'Ross will preside at thje organ
ana Airs. w. w. jong win sing.
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IS A S T U! D E B A K E R Y E
IVilm Sunday marks the holding
of the first services in the new
Episcopal .' church. St. Paul's,
which has lust been completed.
The services for the day will be
in charge of Rev. Hi D. Chambers,
Opening services in the new
church will be held Tuesday.
April 3. Special musical programs
will feature today's services; as
well as those for Easter Sunday
and -the formal opening service
in the church. r
The church school students will
gather at the new church at 9:45
for the opening service and then
proceed to the parish house for
the. lessons. All children are In
vited, who' do jnbt attend other
linrnln? nrsver and sermon at
11 "o'clock,, with procession of
palms by the choir, fully, vested
Oregon Climate Is Not
Changing, Says Wilson
SAN VrANCISCO. March 24.-
The climate of the west is not
changing, in spite of emphatic
opinions to the conartry from
shivering residents of, California,
Oregon, Washington, Nevada and
Idaho, according to O. II. Willson,
"weather man" for this district.
Mr. Willson said that although
one winter, this one for example,'
may be slightly more frigid than
another, the general trend of "cli
mate, from year to year. Is "ab
solutely the same.
Scandinavian M. R. Church loth and
Mill atreat. David C. Hansel, pastor.
Palm Sunday aervlceit.- Morning worship
at 11 o'clock. Sunday school 12. Ep
worth league ,6:45, and evening service,
8 o'cUxk; subject, Tha Sularin
Christ. Do not faif to attend these meet-
The whole service will be appro
priate to Palm Sunday. , -
-The Young People's society will
meet In the parish house at! 7:30
p. m., Bible: study, by the rector.
All young people and others in
The 'following musical program
will be given at the -11 o'clock
service: , . ,
Processional ' hymn "All Glory,
Laud and Honor' (Tischner.)
Venita, by Goodson.
Benedlctus es Donlnle.
Benedictus, Anon. .
Hymn "Oh, Sacred Head.'
Violin solo Mlss Inez Chambers.
Solo "Ride On." Lrebn Jennisou.
Anthem The Palms -(Paure.)
Fourfold Amen ;' (Neulcomm.),
Recessional hymn .Illde. On,
J; Ride On In Majesty (Dykes. )
"Miss Chambers, will 'accompany
all music with violin.
:- Sittings in the new church are
free and all will ; be welcome . to
. The Spaniards are becoming
oao-ar fniatnmara fnr American an.
tomobiles and - aimlanes. They
are improving their - roads and
increasing - their . speed. ; Spain
seemed to be : standing; still for
quite a" wnne, hut now tne span
ih fiw ' Kin? Alfnnso is some
thing .'of. an aeronaut himself.
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v ; STATESMAN CLASS01EP.ADS..BIINa BESULTS
First OMigrrtioBl Church Liberty
mud Center streets. . AV. C. Kahtner.
minister. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
There will be special exercises in ob
servance of Palm Sunday la the Sunday
school.' 11 a. m.f Palm Sunday sermon
b the pastor: 6:30 p. - nr., hristTan En
deavor, Miss Tbelma Yonnj, leader; 7:30
p., mBunyan's Piljrrim Progress in pir-
lures, me pastor Kivinf the story of John
Banyan. Passion week services en Wed
nesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings at
7.30. A cordial invitation to the public.
Central Congregational Church -19th
and Ferry street. Sunday school at 10.
Rev. A. J. Beadles will talk st church
service, subject, ' 'Jesus, the Great Driv
ing Power." Christian Endeavor at 6:30
p. m., and general service at' 7:30, when
Rev. Beadles frill speak on "The Mean
ing of the Cross." All are invited to
attend. . i '
PBXSBTTEXIAX. - - v
. The First Presbyterian Church Ward
Willia Long, minister. 9:45 a. m., Sun
day school, Mr. II. K. Barrett, Snpt. Jil
a. m.. sermou, "The First Palm Sunday."
by the- minister. The choir will air-;
"Ride Onl Ride On!" by Scott. 6l 80
p. m Christian Endeavor societies, topic,
"Educations! Mission at Home and
abroad." Aets 19:8-20. 1 :30 p. m..
popular eveninz servire. sermon, "The
Triumphs and. Tears of Christ Special
musio and congregation ainsinf.' v
Unitarian Church Cottage and C.he
meketa streets. He v. Martin Feres he
tian. minister.' Church school at 10 a. ra.
Devotional service at 1 1. The pulpit will
tm shared by Frank Ober of New Tork
City. - Mr. OHcr is a lecturer of note and
will bring a atero of information con
rerning the Near East. The Emerson
clans will meet on Thursday evening to
discuss Emerson's essay on "Character."
USTTED BRETHSEN, '
" 'Castle Chapel United Brethren Churcli
Corner 17th street and Nebraska Ave.
Ocorgo Chspinan, paxtor. , Sunday school.
In; preaching, 11 and 7.30. You are in
vited to revangelistie services all next
week. Cnie and worship with m. Chrie
tian Endcavttr 6:30; Junior Endeavor,
6:30.. , You are invited to all these
services. . - - ' : - -
i First United Brethren Clinn-h. l'Jth and
Mission. C. 8. Johnson, pastor. Sunday
Kchool st 10 a.'m E. . Poling.' Snpt.
Preaching service at 11; Intermediate C.
K at 5 p. in.: Henfor C. E,'at 6:30,
ITilda Berkey. Pres. Preaching service
at 7:30. Meeting ' ee'ry night - nesl
week except Monday and Stnrday.: -AH
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