The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 07, 1926, Page 14, Image 14

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237--aa-u8-vJ-ph D. Bullock. pan
tor, 251 Attssion 8W phone 1439-W. As
sistant, pastor, Harry J. Morriin, . Silver
ton Road, phone 1 5 Fl 4. Service 2:0
and TrSO t. ra. Sunday eehool 2 :3 . nv.
Yonng Fsnrdes' meeting Friday night at
7 : 30 JBi Wo - teaching. - or evangelistic
meeting every nigh at 7:30 except
Monday. - Cod is blessing, and aottla. ara
being built op and edified in Him a the
puree w-edttltereted - Word of Gd goea
forth in the Patr ol Uie Spirit. The
Iord Jesas. has alao wrought some wen
. derful iuiracl-..ot healing in our midst
reventlyv All are invited to these Apes
tolioAjfeinartings. No collections.
ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC
"Corner, jChnneketa and - Cottage ' 8;
J..R.Buc, pastor. .751 Chemeketa
St- phone 09. Services 8:60. 10:00 a. nu,
7:30- p.. m, Sermon topic. Baptism, a. a ,
Rosary and Benediction, p. m. 8:00 a.
to., children's mass. Academy choir sing
ing. 10:00 high dim, regular choir sing
ing.. Catechism class at Academy, Satur
day at -3 :00. Lenten devotions on Wed--esday
and Friday nights, 7:30. Mass
each, morning in church at 8 :00, in Aead
my. on, Saturday at 7:00.
MARKET STREET FREE METHODIST
Corner of N. Winter and. Market Sts.
Mortimer C Clarke, pastor. 1228 N. Win
ter, phone 1356-W. Services, 11 a. m.,
7:30 p: M. "ermon topics r 'Th "Humil
ity of-Jesus," a. m.. "Another Man,.", p.
m. Sunday school, 9:15. Superintendent,
lr. F. fl.: ghutti. So"ynng peoplea meet
ing as Ur-yng people are tn the dis
trict convention at - Woodbom. PTayer
I meeting Thursday at 7:30. Cottage pray
er meeting each Wednesday at 2 p. m.
at Mrs. Jackson's home 1483 X. Winter
St. All are invited to attend tnese- serv
ice and yon will enjoy the splendid
spiritual atmosphere of this ehoreh.
mabiof coxjittt holiness
r ASSOCIATION - -
The regular, all day nieeting-of ye as
sociation will he held next Tvs4ajr at
the Highland Friends church. Rev. Sdfrar
P. 8im, pktr. Services wJU.be 'Tit 10,.
3:30 and 7:30 o'clock. Kv. Allen of
Scotts MilU will! preach in the morning,
Rer. A. C-f Archer of Kewber; itt the
' afternooa ni Rer. C. H. Hopkins in the
evening. Hot tee and coffee win be
served t re. Bring your lunch and spend
the day.
ftv K f
tbpica, "TW RelWws ef Semi," a.' ni.,
"The Thea4ogy a Jeaas.7; p. as. Sunday
srhoaf lt- a. m.,' superintendent, C. K.
Straaegh. ' Tonng peoplea' : nvoetinr,
Ruthi Biarh wilt be- the leader and Basle
Crow wiU lead tie intermediates. Week
day services Thursday evening, Mrs. P.
W. Laaaer, class leader. ' '
j I FTAST UNITED BSETHBEH
Corner 12th and Mission Sts. A.- 8.
Henderson, pastor, 1155 Miaison Bt,
pluNta 1W3-W. iiervicesv 11.. saw 7:0
p. ra. Sunday school, 10 .-m: superin
tendent, E. G. Poling. Young peoplea'
meeting, V. B. C. E. 6:80C Oren Buck
bee,; president. .Week-day services, Wed
nesday evening 7: 0, Mrs, Ellen Hi day,
' PIKST CHBISTIAS CHTJECH '
Center and High Sts. Pastor, supply.
Assistant pastor Vivian (. WhisleT, 507
Center Kt.. phone 2041-W. Service, It
a. m 7:80 p. m. Sermaa topics. Dr. V.
E. Haven will, deliver the ; message at
both services At the morning hoar, Esther
Diefenbach will sing "O Diviaa Beden
er," by Gounoud, adV - at-the evening
hour Mrs. Certruda C'hsrriwrtoB wiU sing
"How Lovely are: Thy Mcwe!Uov.r? Son
day school, 9:45 superintendent.
Dr. : H. C. Epley. At fl:30 tfe Senior
Christian Endeavor society, jrill be Jed by
Victor Ctterback. The. topic, ia "Perse
vere In What!" The Intermediate so
ciety will be led by Haael Ross. There
will be special music at both societies
and! good enthusiastic meetings will bM
neia.
IKTEEKATIONAL BIBLE STUDEKTS
ASSOCIATION
Meet every Sunday in Derby Bldg.,
Cour at4 ' High streets for Bible study;
" m- o 3 to p. m. worship with us.
in smlent: and viciwity y local Bible
class. Phone 1450-W. All interested la
Bible study, cordially invited. Sunday,
March 7, at 8 p. m., there will be a free
puHie lecture- in Dwrby BWg. by 'JktO.
Hall, subject, "Who is Christ t Wjia is
.Uis Mission I" Seats free, No collect kin.
SOUTH SALEM FKIESDS
Washington and S. Commercial Sts.
Carl'M.. Miller, pastor, 1655 S. Liberty,
phone 133-R. Services, 11 a. m 7 p.lm.
Our youag people will give a special num
, ber ia the choir. Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Superintendent, B. J. C. Pattoo. The
young people will meet at 7 o'clock in
unioB-wHh the older people for a mis
sionary meetinv. Prof. 8. B. Laughlin
who has been in Palestine will give! an
illustrated lecture on Palestine. Thursday
night," 7:30, 4 prayer meeting". - --i t
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LE8LIE METHODI8T EPISCOPAL
South Commercial and Myers Sta. J.
Willard De Yoe. pastor, 348 Myers St.,
phone 18-J. Servieea, 11 a. m., 7:30 p.
in. Sermon topirr: "The foolishness of
. Preaching." a. ra.. "The Last Night,"
: p. m. The- chorus will sing at both serv-
ices. Mrs. Mason Bishop will sing offer
's tory in morning. Rev. and. Mrs. De ,Yoo
l in evening. Sunday school, 9:45. Superin
tendent. -E. A., Rhoten. Both leagues at
6:30. Senior league. "What it means to
-be Methodist,." Bessie Tucker, leader:
Intermediate league, SWkw Jestis Was
My Age,M Psalioe Hart, leader. Week-day
serrKoa at 7:30 o'clock.' Subject "Ren
der jta Caesar the things that are Cae
sar'kKand to tied the things that are
God's." i Lively times' and big crowd
yoa will greaUy eujy it Ooma. -Woman's..
Homo Missionary Society .will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the home. of Mrs.
Ralph E. Thompson, 1680 South Commer
cial , St. Jtsa. B. . Otjea w4U hawe the
lesaoa.
; COURT STREET CHRISTIAN
Court and N. 17th Sta. Ii. L. Putnam,
pastor, 1106 Leslie St., phone 1425-J.
Junior Pastor, Mrg.'R. L. Putnam. Serv
ices; 11 a. m., 7;30 p. nfc- JaniOr .Oongre-
ganon,- n a re, Sermon t pica, ."The
Challenge of Modern Misisons to Us,"
a. m., "The Old Testament Confirmed,"
No. 4., p. m. Too Loynl Men and Loyal
Women classes wiil fnrnish the special
feature before the evening rermon. It is
to. be a song fest of old time hymns and
songs. You will enjoy it. Sunday school
11 a. m., superintendent, K W. Cooler.
Volunteers will visit the shut-ins in aft
ernoon. Christian . Endeavor 6:30, Four
societies meet at ftarao time. You' an find
thes society for jvar ag.. Interesting
meetings in each. The Ladies Aid society
will, meet for work and ' short program
Tbaraday afternoon. Church night pro
gram 7 to 9 o'clock same' evening. Vol
nn veers 7-8; Bible study and stereopti
eon pictures 8.9. You cannot afford to
miss that Bible study. Choir practice
practice each Wednesday evening 7:30.
vv extend a hearty welcome to all to
riBST, .METHODIST , OTSCOSAZ.
- CHCBCH '
Corner t Church-and State Sts. Fred
C. Taylor, 636 State St phone 974. Di
rector of religious education. Miss Mary
K. Pindley, office, 125 . Church St...
phonj 873 Services, 11 a. m 7:3Q p. m.;
Junior church t join with adult churck
in Communion, service together. Sermon
topic,. "Spiritual Manna," Sacrament of
the Lord Supper, a. m., "A Miracle of
Gracte," p. m. Baptiainal ritea, reception
of , members. Wesley class meeting. 9 : 15
a. iu. Class leader, . S. A. Wheelwright,
Hundsy school, 9:45, superintendent, H.
F. Khankk. Three chapter of the Epworth
league will meet at 6:36 In their respect
trve places under the following j leader
ship: First chapter, leader, Paul True
bloody second chapter, leader, Martin Asm
derson; third" chapter, leaders. Stanley
Price and Miss Mildred Mills. Wednesday
7:3 p. m' 'special woman's Foreign Mis
aionlfy society meeting in Kimball chap
el. The young people of the -church are
invited 'I this service. Thursday, ...7:30V
devotional service led fey t er pas tor. Fri
y.'ft:30,. official board 'dinner,' served
by the Naomi circle. The wives, and hns
bindi 'et the ' official . members of the
church are invited to be present. f
CLAD TIDINOS MISSION
343 H Court St. C. S. Johnson, pastor,
1935 Maple Ave, phone 1917-W. Servic
es, 3 and 7i30 p. m. Sunday school, 2 p.
m. Superintendent, 8. - Bcrkcy. .4 Special
Meetings every night are being conducted
. by Evangelist Smith and wife. Come and
- hear them. - '
4 . a . - i ' -';.:
. j BETHANY REFORMED " !
: CapitoJ and Msrinrr ts. Sunday school
10 a., ra. Fred K. Kruso, superintendent.
Kervief. German it li t. n; M. Denny,
minister, residence 96 Marion St. Phono
445- W,-.. , t - -.'
! . JASON LEE MEMORIAL
Corner N. Winter 1 and Jefferson Sts.
Thomas Aelieson, pastor,; 1060 Jefferson
tet. phone 772-W. Assistant pastor, Gil
bert vV'reert, 1461 Ferry St., phone 2327.
Services, 11 a:- m., and 7:30 p. m. Ser
mon topics, "The Evolution of a Soul,"
a. in., "Preparing the Way of the Lord,"
p. in. Rev. Wrenn preaches to the Junior
church down stairs at 11. Special music
by ejbeix at awrsinf and evening services.
Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.. superintend
ent, Harry Carpenter. Three chapters of
the tpworth League meet at 6:30 p. m.,
for devotional services. They welcome
others to their meetings. Good times as
sured. Monthly business meetinsr of the
church at 7 :30 p. m, Monday. Mid week
devotional service for Junior and senior
churches on Thursday 7:15 p, m. The
public will be personally welcomed at
all these services, and made to feel at
home. ;
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
.Center and Liberty Sts. Charles K.
Ward, pastor. 440 Center St.. phone
I39il-R. Services, 1L a. m., 7:30 .p. m.
rSm tmi.. W. n
. . . . . . , . . .... wcMf. n.ji
"QuoVadis," Cross-bearing for Christ,
illustrated by moving pictures, p. m. ' The
quartft will sing: "In Heavenly Love
Abiufng, by Bischoff and "Come Unto
Me," by Gilbert. Sunday school, 10 pw m.
Superintendent, Mark McCallister. Thurs
day at 7:30 "The Story of our Bible, "
Including a study- this week of Paul's
second letter to the Corinthians. The
evening topic will be illustrated -by the
firtt half of the great moving . picture
production: "Quo Vadis." This is a
thrilling story of the persecution of the
onrly Christians.- .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -"
Liberty and Marion Sts. Ernest H.
Shanks, pastor, 649 X. Liberty St., phone
iwjo. services, 11 . m., 7:30 p. m. )ser
mon topics, "The Great Burden Bearer,"'
s.- m i aiur Outrides the Storm, ' p.
m. Fine musical prelude to the evening'
service. Anthem, "I Lay My Sins, on
Jetons, Hawley. Vjohn, Spiritual,'
Taylor, by. Helen Setig-O'Xeill. Vocal
solo, "Lead Kindly Light," Hawley,- by
Mr. R. H. Robertson. Snnday school,
9:45, superintendent, Ed Schunke. Senior
and Intermediate B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.
Mid-week' prayer service at 7:30 Thurg-
Lday. Yon trill lika these mid-week meet
ings. The church that welcomes strangers.
1 1 - BY. LUTHERAN CHURCH "
, 18th and -SUte Sta. G. Koehler. na.
tor. JSunday school at 9:3o a. m, Gernusa
service at .10:30 a.m. Lather league at
ts-.ov p. in, j.ae vorraa society meets
Wednef dsy - afternoon 'at 2 p. m. with,
Mrs. Frohm on '1515' North Commercial.
Instrnetion foe children - an Saturday
from 1:30 to 3 o'clock.
s . ' NAEASENE
19th and MrHm, Sta. C. H. Hopkins,
pastor, Mrs. Hopkins, assistant pastor,
190O Marion St. Services,-11 a. m., 7:80
p. m. Sermon' topic, "The , Chicld of
Faith." Special music and ainging at
both services on Sunday. Snnday school
9:45 a.' hi., superintendent. Frank Lit.
wilier. Senior yonng peoples meeting 6:80
p.. m. Topic, "The Power of Medical Mis
sions." . Tin meeting In charge of Mia-
sismary ronrmrttee. Junior Christian Ei
deavor 0 :4 j p. m. leader. Miss Narria.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 open mis
sionary - meeting. This . meeting is in
charge of the Woman 's Miaaionary so
ciety. The pastor will preach Sunday
morning.; Rev. Aaron Wells, will -preach
in tha evening. Come and - enjoy thesa
services ;with us. . ....
FIRST EVANOELICAX
Liberty and .Center Sts., C. C. Poling,
pastor,- reaidene& 3S Center St., phone
991 J. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
The pastor will preach at both services.
Mss Neoma Phelps will sing in tha
morning.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. FIRST CHURCH
Corner of Liberty and- Chemeketa Sts.
Sunday morning" services at 11 o'clock;
Sunday evening &t 8. Subject of leason
herroon, : "Man." Sunday school sessions
convene at 9:30 and 11 a. ra. Wednes
day evening testimonial meeting st 8
o'clock. Reading room 209 Masonic Tem
ple, open every dsy except Sundays and
holidays fromi J 1 to 5:30; every evening,
except Wednesday and Sunday from 7:30
to 9, Sunday Jrom 3 to 5.
SOCIETY
Continued from page 3)
Burns and Mrs. O. C. Locke.
On Friday Mrs. Fritz Slade en
tertained with an eighteen cover
luncheon honoring Miss Ridgers.
Rose and bine mountain hyelnths
gave the floral note, while candles
in the pastel shades were used ef
fctlvely. A kitchen shower and an
afternoon of bridge with Mrs.
Wiliam Boot winning the prize,
were additional features of the
day.
Mm Slade's guests were: Miss
Rodgers, Mrs. George Rodger.
Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Jr., Mrs. T. A;
Llvesley, Mrs. John J. Roberts.
Mrs. William Boot. Mrs. Asel Eoff,
.Mrs. Ada Strong. Mrs. Fred Thiel
sen. Mrs. Paul Wallace, Mrs. Har
ry M. Hawkins, Mrs. H. A. O'Neill.
Mrs. John Carson, Mrs. Allan Car
son, Mrs. Henry Meyers, Mrs.
James Linn, Mrs., Iloflia Hnntlng
tdnjaifrd Mrs, Clifford BrovrnV
Oriental Scholar to M
Present Arts'' League . : ',
Program ; . ' w-r -
The appearance of Ken Naka
sawa, Japanese, scholar; Joefbre
a general meeting ' of the Salem
Arts' League on Tuesday evening
at I S o'clock is being anticipated
with a great deal of pleasure, es
pecialy since it - has beeS under
stood that Mr. Nakasawa will read
from his own poetry and drama
and show numerous attractive
pictures, i ' -
; Mr." Nakasawa was born in a
city, near Tokyo of scholarly for-,
bearers. Since coming to America
he has had a keen interest in the,
promotion of lasting peace -between
the Occident and the Orient,
and toward the fulfilment of this
ideal he has already dedicated his
life. '
-, The program TnesCay evening
Is open to the general public. No
admision fee will' be charged.
Concert on Sti Patrick's Day
The Woman's Tnlon of the
First Congregational church will
sponsor a concert on March 17 at
the church by a group of Scandi
navian American-bell ringers. All
are proficient concert givers.
Chapter AB of PEO
Mrs. Harry M. Styles will en
tertain the members of Chapter
AB of , the P. FJ. O. sisterhood to
morow' evening in her home, 780
N. Stimmer street. Mrs ' Alice
Thompson will be in 'charge of
the program.
? j
Eastern Star
Social Afternoon
All members of chapters of the
order of the Eastern Star are in
vited to be guests at the regular
social afternoon of Chadwick
chapter at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon in the Masonic Temple.
A special program his been ar
ranged for the occasion.;1 Mrs; Win
ifred' Jories Is chairman 6f t(he
social committee for the day, her
assistants including Josfe La Fore,
Mary Cupper, ' Pauline Joeee,
Amanda Kuntz and Mollie Styles.
I'l
li sten i
' HJNUXT""81!HV1C13S"' t"
6:0O-10:0Q-KiW 4W.; 6 Familiar
Melodic: 1:30-9. evening servieea JrHrst
; Presbyterian church; 9-10, aoneert. i
8:00-10:00 XQP (319 First Church of
Christy Seientiatt S-10. . Begnlar' Sun
day evening club program with talk by
'Homer IX-AngelL on Multnomah stad
innu -i - '-; ' :
6:0010:00 itPO (428). San Francicso.
- 6-6:30, Waldemar Lind and orchestra;
-:35-8:35. concert orchestra; 8:35-10,
Iiady Seiger's orchestra. .
6:8011:00 KFI (467), Los Angeles.
6:30, nightly doings; 7-7:30,- Syn
chrophaso trio; 7:30-8, All-Amerlcan
trin quartet; 8-9, Aeolian residence
flip organ, Dan It. McFarland. organ
s.t; 9-10, MabeUe Hein and her Blue
Bird band; 10-1, dance orchestra.
6:8010:30 KXX (336). Hollywood.
6:30-7, CniUrian church service; 8-9,
First Presbyterian church of Holly-t
, wood; 9-10:30 program, with Calmon
' Lnboviski. master violinist.
7 100-10:00 KHJ (405), Los Angeles.
7- 8. First Methodist Episcopal church;
8- 10, program, with Kntlr Pits, so
prano : John Martin, concert pianist.
MONDAY
Dinner Concert
8:00-7:00 KJ-W (491.5) Portland.
6:00-7:00 KFWV (212) Portland.
i -
7;30-7:45 KOW (49J.5) Portland.
Weather, news, 1 sports, markets.
STORY
7:30-8:00 KFJR (263)
Scout story.
i 1CUSI0
8:00-10:00 KGW (491.5) Portland.
8:00-12:00 KFWV (212) i-ortland.
i:4-9:3 KTBR (263) Portland.
9(00-12:00 KQP 319) Porttand.
EKTERTAIirMXNT
6:00-11:00 KFI (467) Los Angeles. 6,
nigbtly doings; 6:15, Seeing California;
6:30,- vest pocket program; 6:45. . Ra-
. ditorial period ; 7-8, Eleanon Woodfprd,
soprano; 8-9. Louise Kio Trio, violin,
cello and harp; 9-10, program. Mischa
Gegna string Orchestra. Thomas Man
chinl, eoncert violinist; 10-11, popular
; program.
6:00-9:15 KGO (361.2) Oakland. 6
. 6:55, Knickerbocker trio; 8, Arion
r trio; 9:15, Arion trio.
6:00-11:00 KFOS (336.9) Ing Beach.
6-8 ;30; theatre organ; 7-8, investors'
hour with orchestra; 8-0, studio pro-
- gram; 9-11, the Venetians dance or-
rhestra. '
6:00-13:00 KXX (336.9) Hollywood. 6,
Town Tattler; 6:15, travel talk, W.
- Alder; 6-7, concert orchestra; 7-7:30,
mirth contest; 7:30-8, program; 8-9,
program: 9-10, KXX feature program;
l-O-ll, dance orchestra; Lilyan May
Challenger, contralto; 11-12, midnight
dance orchestra.
Portland. Boy
Skbpit, Mrs. Ralph i...
Snyder, violet
Steiwer," Russell
Smith, Mrs. Jno. N. ! . .
Smither, A.4 W. j..
Thompson, E. A.
Thompson, E. Perry
Williams. Jfina v".;.
Wiedeckern; Mabel Jj -.
Wheeler, Mrs. Bella u..
Woolery, Cecil
Welch. Elixabeth
Woodry, F. R.
Wilson. John '
Veater, Grace !
Young, May L. ;
COUTXT
Adams, Mr A. G. .4
Antriran. Jennie L
Asher, Rowena i
AspinwalL Mrs..' Ma
Ashbaugh, Mr. i l.m
Barnes, Lawrence
Brantner, Leota H. :
Bock, Brs. Gus O. .:
Braden, Mrs. Winnie
Brownell, Martha ' ' -Briggs,
Herbert
Bryant, Adda- B, .i
Beugli, Nellie
Clymer, Mrs. Geo. .
Caspell, Lnrile
Buy a Want Ad It Pays Big
First
Congregational Cfanrcb
Center and Isiberty
REV. CHARLES E. WARD
10:00 A.M. Sunday School
1 1:00 A. M. 4tThe Jesus Way"
7:30 P. M. "Cross-bearing for Christ"
1 1 Illustrated oy the Moving Picture
'QUO VADIS" '
THE CHURCH WITH A HEART
SCAJTDIKAVrAir M.'E.l ''
v 15tk and Mill Sta. Patrik Dahlia, pas
tor, residence 2095 Trate SW phone 877J.
Set-rices 8 p. m. Kev. Riddle from Kim
ball college will conduct the evening
, service. Sunday school. .9 :45 a.. m su
perintendent, the-pastor. Young peoples'
meeting. 7 p. m. The Ladies Aid will meet
- pn Tnesday nt -3 p. m, u tbs homo of
Mrs.'Starr 1244 Center St. Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7:30 p. n Ton are all car-
- . dully invited, to our services. t
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CHEISTlAlT-AND MISSIONARY
ALLIANCE
Tabemaels Ferry St. Pasters, H. E.
Caswall sad Mrs, CaswelLiS. CotUge St.
Phone 1434-J. Snnday school ia the open
ing serVM of the day it 2 p. m. After
noon, preaching, service at 8 . o'clock.
- Subject, "The Five Porches." Evening
evangelist service. Subject, "The Cwree
Turned tar a Blessing. Service during the
week, Tuesday prayer and praise, 7.-30
Viday evening 7 :30 Bible study. Saasr-
" day evening the young paopl havo charge
of the service. Come and worship with
' a t tTNTTARIAJT CSrfSCHH "
' Cottage aad Cnemeketa St Rev. Mar
. tin Fereahetian, minister.. Church school
; at 19 TOO 'a. m. Gr-ded instruction. Clans
. lor those of high arhool and college age
- -conducted by. the anperintendent, Mr.
' Miles MeKey. This Snnday Mr. Few
. shetiaa i will take for his ' sermon topic
"Jev.ua in 4h Wilderness." - This -wiU-Ixi
4tt8iMnd of series, of sermons to
be given durinx Lent dealing wit the
life--of Jesns. Mrs. M. Feres otian. can
tralro soloist--nf tho church, will sing
Scott's "Come Ya Blessed." trs. W. A.
i .Lienton at-he .organ. , As usual tha Em
ersqn club will meet at the parsonage on
. Tawraday evening at eight. The : coaelud-
... ing lecture on Lock's "Eaaay 'on the
. - llamaa kinderstanding'- Wilt' bW- givvu,-
ana thvn modern c on tri notion to Amen
j: ran nhiloscnhv will be taken no. All an
Invited to this class whether members of
' the church or not,- r . '
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; CENTER HT. METHODIST
13th Sad Center Sts. A. F, Hilmer,
pastor, 84 S. Winter St, phone 680-M.
Servieeavtl- a. ra., 7:45 a. nui Sermon
topics. "Satan's Temptation," i . m.,
"Welded Hearts,"' p.. nv Sunday school,
10 a . nu, aupertntendent. H. IL: Grallap.
Epwortn 4e.Ke 7 jp. H. R-hfura,
kadcr. Cottage ' prayer meeting.,: Wadnese
tmf Jcm " tb Graber residence on Vt
St. Tha morning -preaching, aervie in . in
German, .All evening; service ia, EagU&l-
" ' pvivnvT TOAT. '. 1 ''- "
-7tk and Cbenuketa, Sta. aV ttf. Lann-
vr, pauor. 268 s. 17th St, phone 1008W.
terute U , jo, 7:31 Vt t Serai
. CHUECH OF GOD
' ' 1346 N. Church- St. J: J. Gillespie, pas
tor. 1315 N. Church St.. phono 1873-M.
Services,- 11' a.' m., 7:30 p'. m4. Sermon
tapica, "Requirements for Serviee," 11
93 nr., "ETperienres" of Corfietins,"" 7:30
p ra. Sunday school 10 a. m., superin-
teindent, Mrs. waiter Barkus. Young peo
ples' meeting, 6:45 p. m. Herman Hahn,
leader. Subject, "Whlrh Door ' Shall I
Chooaet" Regular -weekly prayer aerviee
Wednesday eveniag 7:30, leader. Mace
Merford. Sunday school teachers meeting
at the pastor's borne Thursday evening
7:30. Lyle Knox has charge ot the serv
ice. . ' :
FIRST FEESBYTERIAN CHURCH
On Church St. between' Chemeketa and
Cienter Sts. Norman Kendall Tnlly, D.D
pnstor. 9;30 a. m Sunday school, Mr.
Ii. r.. Barrett, Supt. 10:45 a. m., mors
iag worship. Sermon. "The Worship of
Giving." by Ir. Tolly. Anthem. "Just
an I Am," banks-Hart. Miss Lucile Rons,
on-gsnist-director. Soprano, Ruth Emerj
Riddle; contralto. Jean- Miller Rahn;
tenor, Edgar L. Leach; bass,. Lloyd K.
Thompson. 5:30 p. rt;, advance interme
diate social bonr at 'the church . 6:30 n.
bu, evenfng worship;' Sermon, rift-'
lag." by-lT. Tullyi Soprano solo. "But
the Lord js Mindful of liia Own." (from
"St. Fanl"). Mendelssohn Ruth Emery
Riddle. Snnday seheol .orchestra and
young people's chorus choir, will help
wit the singing of hymns.'-.
i SEVENTH SAY ADVENTIST
i- Corner Fifth and Gaines Sts. Sabbath
school st 10:30-and preaching "at 11:30
k. n. U. V. meeting at 4 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesdays at 7 10, subject.
TKevelation- 10. saoject -lor Hunday
night will be the "New Earth: Will it
be a Real Place! Will We Build. Plant
and Eat Over There!" If yon have been
wondering if it pays to be a Christian
don't fail to hear -this, i Singing begins
at 7:30. Bring your-friends.
1 CASTLE CHAPEL. IT. B.
j 17th" and Nebraska Ave. P. C. Hoffman,
pastor, 1743 Nebraska 'Ave. Services, 11
a. n, 7: SO p. m. .Sermon tepics, -"Mi
jsionary; Work,"") a4 "'Spiritual Beau
ty. .' p. m. .Snnday school. 10 a. m su
perintendent, W. W. Rosebangk. Young
n nnlA Vn ln-C am.mm tt-fi
r " f -u.v. v . w
m. Ladies' Aid society , Wednesday -ft'
noon, rrayer meeting and Bible study.
inursday. evening. : K;.--' .-i"r -
' CENTRAL CON OREO ATIOaT AL
Kontn lvttt aatt-rerry ta. H. C Sto
ver, pastor.. .2458.. 19th -- 8t, phoffb
1924-J, Serviea 11 . a, 7:SO n. n.
Sermon topics. ' VCheemra-On. a. i
' Taking the, Hassard.,' p m. Evening
anthem. "Blow. Golden Trumpets,' v Ash
ford. Sundav school 10 a. m " nunerin-
tendsnt, C. C. Jiarrts. Senior and Junior
Christian Endeavor at 0:45 p. -m.i The
Men's club of the fbnrch meetrrTtfesday
evening at 6:30 it or bannuet and address.
Prayer- service Thursday evenrnjt":- at
- THE BALYATION ARACT i
241 Stntn. - "It is -not jnst as -w take
it, this ' mystical world .or ours, ;iiio a
field Witt yield as wo make it, a harvest
ot thorns or flowers.' ' Sunday public
services at it a. m. and 7 :ao p. m. nn
day school at 2:30. to which" children at
tending ao other ehurrh 'will be welcome
V'Reds" and "Blaes" competing in live'
i ly contest, with the latter in lead.' T. P.
L. led by young people, meets v--5:40,
Public services of the week on Tuesday.
Thursday and -.Saturday at 8 -p. m,--warmind
friendly -wnleomw ia all. ..
-.' FIRST SPIRITUA 1ST CHURCH..
The First Spiritualist- chareh of oteia
will hold services' at their nan. ! rstemn
bnildinr. tills- Sundav evening - March . 7.
at 7:80 o'clock. Mrs. L. M. La Valley ef
Portland will be the speaker and nee
sage bearer. The public ia cordially in
vitod. to Uus terriee,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Liberty and Maoion St.
REV. ERNEST H. SHANKS
A. M. "The Great Burden Bearer
Anthem: "0 Be Joyful," (Spence).
P. M. "Faith Outrides the, Storm"
Anthem: "I Lay My Sins onJjesus" (Ilawley).
Violin solo: "Spiritual" (Taylor). Helen Selig
O'Neill, Vocal. solo: "Lead Kindly Light,"
(Hawley) , Mr. R. H. Robertson.
The Church That Welcomes Strangers
Here's an old one that used to
tickle the A. E. F.:
The sergeant rebuked the pri
vate angrily:
"Jenkins, why haven't you
shaved this morning?"
"Why, ain't I Bhaved?" the
private exclaimed, apparently
greatly surprised.
"No, you ain't," the sergeant
snapped. "And I want to know
the reason why.
"Weir, now, I guess it must be
this way," Jenkins suggested.
"There was a dozen of us usin'
the same bit of lookin' glass, an'
I swan I must have shaved some
body else." '
0XQOr STATBMtAJr AtJTO C0XTXST
List of Candidates at 10 a. mn Maxell 6
CXTT OF SAXZ-C
Allen .Martha Margaret
Bowman, Auth
Keath, Evelyn
Barnard Ionald
Blaeo, Wayne .
Blackburn. Mrs. Rnth
Coo ley, Clarence
Crowther. Mrs. B. S.
Dahlin, Patrik
Feller, Miss Bernice
Fandrick, Marie
Garrett, Robert
Greenwood, Frances M.
Oronko, Mrs. Leo
Godsey, Doris
Hall. Miss E. O
Hyde, - Elisabeth
Hayes, Lucian
Henderson, Faye
Harvey, Mrs. I. K.
liayre. Mrs. ii. a.
Hnddleston, Mrs. Leo ...
HeltseL Frederick
HoUey, Virsil
Jepsen, Dalbert
Judon, Mildred
Krebs, Mrs. Martha
LeavelL Mrs. Geo. H.
Lanner, Beulah ..
liOve, Austin
loveland, Mrs. Florence
Maw, Bosstell -
Miller, Ronald
Miller. Littfa
Martin, Mts. Ivan , .
MeClary Ellsworth
McVey, Mrv R. B
MnnkesK, Vernon
Nash, Mrs. Mr) died
Oglesby, Mrs. Orville
Pemberton, Laura
Pennington. Mrs. J. B.
Phillips. Helen '
Pit Capt. AUen ,
ReKimbiii, Mrs. Mary
Roberts Howard
Shanks, Barbara
Sanderson, Alma
Sohlaff, Ida
Shepard, Marvin
600,200
' 900,200
1,997. 00
600,900
1,013.800
998.400
43,80O
2,230,800
900,400
1,601.900
1.028,400
1,212,400
1.261,300
2,201,900
800,200
1,289.400
501,800
1,924,100
800,400
420,900
890,400
1,224.900
S 24,000
300,200
900,800
1,316,065
800.200
773,200
1,494,723
600.400
99H-.400'
1,6,400
1,309,800
9OO.400
9 80,400
900,200
980,400
988,900
1,289,900
240,200
90O.-0O
800,900
1,416,133
727,900
1,893,200
637.50i
980,200
1,5.16,200
602,900
813,400
Corhouse, Marie ..
Coyne, Mra Reed
Crane, Olenlevit C.
Clark, Mrs. E. 0.
Chandler, Mrs. Gny
Cochran, Mrs. Frank
Chapman, Aadrey .
Clemmens, Clifton .;
Dennis, J. J.
Dean. C K.
Farrier. Jda ..
Fee, John H Jr.
Good. Mr. Ada -
Grabenhorst, Mrs; - Win.
Hicks, Mrs. W. tt.
Hopkins, Marqnerite
Hershberrer, Louis ,
Hatch; Frances'
Humphrey, ilrs. J. F.
James, Mrs Gertrude
KnaHf. M.'
Kaiser. Josephine
Kepplnger. Vera
Kelloerg-. Mrs. Vera
Klampe, Valmer
Kieen, Francis
Klauser, Anton
Lais, Evelyn
Lytic. Elfar ;
I.ooney, Raby
Meeka, Miss Inn a ,
Moritx, J. J
Moram, Mrs. Christine
Miller, Mrs, Marie
Mhiden, Mrs. Miri
Marshall, Theodore
INeer, Mrs ClarabeUe
Norris, Stanley
Otiin. LaVern
Poindextef, ' Venus
Pearsall, Miss Grace
Peebles, Bert
Potts. E. J.
PoweU, Mrs. Clevo
Racscable, ' Misa .
Ray, lorothy .1
Rofan, Eev; ;
Richards, Grace
Ross, Ruth
Robertson, Mrs Art , ,
Bavnre, 'Willard
Sletton, Simon'
Schmidt, Louisa
Scott, Gladys
Bnoderly. Mra. Roy
Sherman, Mrs Nettie ,
Smith, Raymond .
8paniol. Clara .
Stewart, Esther
Swan, Archie R. ,
Stauffer, Miss Alma ,
Tic be nor, Leslie O.
Townsend, Mrs. J. A
Towns en d, Mra Lena .
Trask, Mrs. Gladys
Vories, Raymond -
Watt, Mrs. Abigail W.
Weiaer, Claire J
Westenhouse, Mrs Ed
Westenhouse. Miss Etta
Williuu, iUla -
Wjnn, Alta
V.'heeler, Mariraret
Young, Mrs. Mertin 0. :
tnsar. Mario
lt69.)0
1,094,150
1,015,900
1,040,800
900,400
1,023,400
' 540,400
1,983.700
1,004,200
980,200
980,400
1,971,674
846.000
300,200
980,400
1,961.400
980,200
800.4 0O
7O0.4OO
898,200
100,400
70000
l,400O0
900,400
1,768,806
10,309
190,800
600.2O0
1. 474,900
1,610,400
100,400
1,800,900
90,400.
1,021,800
800,200
1,034,400
400,400
3O0.6O0
-O0.20D
600,200
900,400
40O.200
1,616,066
1,101,500
350,400
900,200
1,285.900
682,000
900,400
800,600
50.500
2,198,900
53,t00
440.900
1.O29.000
527,400
980.40O
200,900
1.232,400
2,185.900
820,200
170,600
302,600
1,143,800
1,842.100
320,200
1,200,400
160,200
400,200
310,400
800,400
190,300
300.500
1.897,800
1,059.200
140,200
998,400
310,100
1,098,400
800.400
175,200
170.200
90.4O0
580.200
140,900
1,316,700
96,200
1,161,820
800,400
800.401
1,594,800
150,301
700,200
990, 400
10,404
800,100
200,300
912,400
600,900
160,300
210,400
990.800
1.940.9UO
600,400
700,400
600.4OO
CAPITAL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO.
210 President, O. F. 'Evans; secretary,
MY P. Pilkenton. Meets second 8tr
dayj 3:00 p. m. - : j
CARPENTERS' TJNIOlt HO. 1065
Meets Thnrs. evening. Arthnr Tuck
er, president; Wm. Fat tit, seereUry.
Skilled mechanics (urnishe . Phone 179.
SALEM UNION LABEL LEAGUE
Meat at Labor Ball eav all e presi
dent. F.. W. Sears, secretary. Boa
448; 8aleen. Ore.'"l
Lodge Bqster
FRATERNAL ORDEB OF EAGLES, meet
. every Wednesday Fraternity ilalL S.
. Mi Willett, .Tel. 8-i. ,
KNIGHTS DF TYTaiAS- MEETS AT
: Fraternal .Hall every Tnetdar avenlng.
Visitors, tnviten. Tea,uenna i, u. .;
Walter Lenon. K. f . R. 8.
tt
Pnbiisked every Bwninc (eceept af-
daya S-Uaa, the e pttaj. oi Oraco .
General Markets
HAY
' PORTLAND, March 6. (By Associated
Press.) Buying prices: Valley timotUy
$20; do eastern Oregon $22.50; a f alia
$19.502O: clover nominal; oat hay
$20; oat and vetch- $21; straw $9 per
ton. Selling prices $2 a ton more.
GRAIN FUTURES
PORTLAND, March 6. By Associated
Press.) Wheat, BB-B hard white. March,
April $1.45; hard white, BS, Baart, do;
soft white and western white, March
$1.47; April $1.48: hard winter and
northern' spring, ' March $1.43; April
$1.44. Western red, March $1.42; April
$1.43.
Oats. No. 2, 36 pound white feed and
gray. Marc,. April 27.
Corn, No. 2, EY shipment, March, April
932. No. 3 do March. April $31.50.
Millran, standard, March $23.25;
April $23.50.
LIVESTOCK
PORTLAND. Ore., March 6. Cattle
steady; receipts, cattle none; alves
none; steers, good $8. 00 Q 9: 00; medium
$7.2l5'g8.00: common $6.50($7.25; heif
ers, good $7.OO$8.0O; common and me
dium .$5.00(g7.00; cows, good .0OW
7.00; common and medium $4.256.O0;
caaners : and cutters $2.50(? 4.25; bulls,
good beef (yearlings excluded) $4.00 W
5.04) ; common to medium ( ranneTS and
bolognas) $3.50 4.00; calves, medium
to choice (milk fed excluded) $8.50&ii
10.00; culls and common $5.50(8.50;
vealers, medium to cUoiee $ 10.50 12.00;
culls and common $6010.50.
Hoct,: Meady: receipts none; keavy
weiehts (250 to 350 pounds) medium,
good and choice $13. 00 13.50 ; medium
weight, (200 to 250 pounds) medium
good and choice $13.50(14.00; light
weight ( 1 f0 to 200 pounds) common me
dinm good and Oboire $13.80fti 14.25;
light lights, 1C0 to 260 pounds), com
mon, medium, good and choice $13,00 6?
14.00; packing hogs (roach ft smooth)
For Classified
Adyertrsing
Daily or Snnday
3 eeate per word
5 cents per word
8 cents per worn
One time .
Three time
8ix times.
1 mo., daily end Sun. .30 cents per word
In order to earn the more than one
time -rate, - advertise i sat t mn in
eonseentiva lasnea. ''
No Ad. taken for less than 35 cents.
' Ads. run Ba nday ONLY e aMed at
on a-tii ne rate.
Advertisements (except Personals
eed Bitnatinns Wanted) will b taken
iver the telephone if ta advertiser is
a snbseriber to phone. ' -
The Statesman will receive adver
tisements nt any time of the day er
night. To insure proper- classifica
tion ads. should be in befom T p. n t,
i TELEX HONE 23 Oft. Ut
SALESMEN -VTA'XTED TU
Newa. fa weekly newspaper, devot d
whole-hertedly to the welfare of the
American farmer fightm fearlessly
for the things in which he- is interest- -
. ed. .For the first time m history the
American farmer has a nonpartisan
voice in The National Farm ; News
-telling fully -and frankly what is hap
pening in tha nation'a capital.-; Nation
al ewa nnd valuable infdrmation di
rect from all government departments
and agencies. Nation-wide atafit of cor
respondents. , Wide-awake, progressive
" representative wanted to secure sub
scriptions in yonr com nnnity. Lo snb-acriptio-
rate. Very liberal eoramis-
sipn. Send today for blanks and am'
pie paper. The National Farm J-ews.eV
. U7 O 8L tn W, . Washington, -fjr
Agents Wanted 7 17
AMAZING LARGE ; CASH COMMI8
sions iatrodncicg beautiful $3.95 and
$4.95 Tesre made guaranteed shoes.
Actual ' sample furnished. Write for
yonr terrHory. Style Arch, Dept. 65 8.
Cincinnati. :. ..." . 17M7
REPRESENTATIVES IV EVERY TOWN
POLK , AND MARION counties. Pro
" duct endorsed by leading- firms in Unit
' ed States. Every Automobile Owner
i bnv s on tight. . Sold on a MONEY
i BACK GUARANTEE.1 Pay 100" com
I mission. Tonring season now on, your
opportunity -to make big money. Call
" or write Pactfie Btates . Sales Agency.
145 Security Building, Portland, Ore
con. ! - " 17m9
WantedEmployment 19
ex-service man must have work.
Experienced landseape rardaer. ' Short
Job accepted. Call 821-W - ; 19m9
Money to Loan
On Beat EstaU
T. K. FORD - :
(Over Lade ft Bush Bank)
' ADVERTISING
HONEST ADVERTISING These eol
nms must be kept frea Xrom anything
of a questionable nature. Misrepresen
tations will not be tolerated. Infor- -mation
showing any questionable in
tent on the part of the advertiser
should be reported to this newe-
paper or the Salem An Ulno.
Auto Tops
SEE US FOR TCF AND FAINT WORK.
O. J. Bnl) Anto Top and. Faint Shoe
267 S. Comme-reinh,! 5al6ti
Help Wanted MaJe 11
WANTED YOUNG MAN APPRENTICE
to work in top and paint shop, "Apply
O. P. Hnll Auto Top Bliop. 267-S.
Commercial St. .i i .. . . Iln7
A SINGLE YOUNG MAN OK FARM
work, year around. $60 per mo. ' No
smoker wanted. Box s97 care Statea-
. mn :;'". i-Unt
SEAT AFPEARINO ; WELL MANXERED
middle--slr.maa-' far iht janitor
work. Unmarried" preferred. Steady
job. Box 4371ccare Statesman.1 . Ilm7
WANTED IM MEDIATELY, ACCOUNT
i ants, snpervisor, seniors, jnniora doing
or desiring local public work; perma
, nent year round; specify training, ex-
perienee. Ino Company 'of Chicago.
Riverside. Illinois. I llmch7
Help Wanted Female 13
ADDRESSING ENVELOPES iEXPERI
enre unnecessary; ambitionsj. persons
may earn $15-$45 weekly during npare
time at home. No "oatfitsV to buy;
everything furnished free. Pleasant,
dienified work for honest, sincere per-
: eons. Franklyn Products Corporation,
1032 -VanBuren, Chicago, Dl. 13m7
WOMAN WANTED FOR TRAVELING
position, must be entirely unincum
bered, with high school education, be4
tween ages of 21 and 40.' Salary, oonns
and transportation. Give full informa
: tion first letter. F. E. Compton -ft Oo
Garland Bidg.. Chicago. - . 13M
$10(12; slaughter pig C90 to 130) me
dium food and choice $12.75(S 13.75;
feeder and stocker pigs (70 to 130 lbs.)
medium good and choice 14(114.75..
: tSofe or oily Vies and roasting pigs
excluded in above quotations.)
Sheep, steady; receipts none: lambs,
good and choice. Mt. Adams, $12.00ftp
12.75; Iambs medium to good, valley,
$11.50fr$ 12.50; heavyweights (92 lbs. np)
$10.50-rl2.50: all weights, culls and
cnamn $10.00? 13.QO; venrlinar wethera
-medium to choicn $9.00 11,50; ewes,
common to choice $5.51) a 8.50; cannera
and cu Is $2.50 5.59,, . , .... ,
fOB GARDEN PLOWIXa. RABEiTEKT
' digrox and teem work. Phone 72F2.
. . -TT .. i . 19ml4tf
TOUSO WIDOW WITH GIRLS: 3 and 4
yearg, wishes - employment a ' house
keeper for 'gentleman' -srith a child
or for several gjntlemen. Also could '
assist in a business have education
nd abilitv. Mrs. M. "Rowland. M.
Conrad:- 419' High SU, Silvertotv, Ore.
.. . , .,. l- . .. .... . - . . 19M6
For Rent
21
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14- BT T.
wordi-g "For Rent, priee'lO cnata
each. Statesman Business --Oftiea, on
grout id floor. : -- - i ..: '
FOR RENT MODERN OFFICE ROOMS,
ground floor."' F"ine ' location, cheep
rent.- - Horn Realty Oo 169 S. High.
' - - -,- i - . 21j2etf
For-Renl-r-Apts. 23 .
APARTMENTS CALL 2855 .STATE, OR
phone 762-J. . ; . ; j 23ml3
MODERN APARTMENTS.. PLEASE IN
quire 1335 -State. ' 23ml
NEATLY FURNISHED A PARTS! EXT.
t'uxflace heat, private batV, 545 Court.
. " ".... . . 23ml0
THREE-ROOM FURNISHED j APART
ment, ' $22.50. ' Two-room famished
$17.50. " Water and light included. 152
S. Church. Phone . 2421. 23ml0
DUPLEX- APARTMENT WITH i OR
without garage and electrie range.
Phone .147C-arr reall S'H S. Wth
street. . -)'-. i r' . 23mlO
FURNISHED APT. Si LARGE ROOMS.
light and airy, with; large back porch,
' adalts. 446 Union, j . 23m7U!
PRINTED CARDS. BhSG It" BT IMI
wording: "Rooma to .Bent," price 19
cent- each. - 8 ta teats an JS sineaa Office,
a
' " fFor Bent Rooms 25 :
TWO OR THREE FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms., Phone. 1960-W. 25ml0"
TWO STUDENTS . MAT . HAVE ROOM
with sleeping perch privileges, in mod
ern home, in convenient location. Ad
dress A. D eere Statesman.;' $Sf2H
ROOM FOR RENT FOR OENTLEMAf
- in ' modern ' home, s Close ia. Refer
aces. -Address--ton le. care Statesman.
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NICE ' COMFORT ABLE tOOM FOB
rent. 'Aeross street' from State house.
C-all 2352, working girls only. - 85m?
S For Rent Houses 27 -
2-ROOM- BJ2fGAiOW.-.
8. 14th. - -'.
Inquire at 524
. . - 27ml0
5-ROOM MODERN -FURNISHED BUN
galow for rent 1620 St-te. r' 27m7
FOR f RENT SEVEN J HOCBES AND
. fists, $12 to $40,' -Two te 7 rooms.
All vacant, Becke 4 Hendricks, 189
N. Highr street. . 27m7tf
KEW' FIVE-ROOM STUCCO HOUSE.
Furnace, fireplace, garage, ' Wired for
. electric stovo. Pho-e 2044-W, 27f21tf
FOR RENT- 7-ROOU STRICTLY MOD
ern bungalow, garage. $40 per month.
So-aT..41.: Stnte. ; :i if fSltl
FURNISHED ASD UNFURNISHED
houses. Brown and Johnson, 109 Si
. Com'L i- 37jl7tf
Gold Beach Smedburg sanitar
ium removed here (romMars
held.
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