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First church, comer Liberty u Che
meketa Sundi.y mor.ios '"uhleit
Sunday evening service as . Subject
Wednesday enmg teumo;ul meeting
"M" , ' k,-.i ..hmt convene at
li 45 end 11 m.
Maaie Temple open daily from 11 to
VTO iwVt U and holidays; Sun
'.' from- 3 to 3,-ery evening
au , . Sunday Irom 7 :30
A' TMMAXTJEI. BAPTIST
fcrvlce will W. held at
V . n J 7-30 n. m.
jiion will P"a both morning and
lining. Covenant meeting ut Thurs
day Dec. 30 at 7:90 p. m.. t the home
. Vl W. Zobel, 145 North Winter street.
V cordial invitation to attend these aer
Ues is nnded to all.
ioik and Marion Ht s., C. IX.
., and Mr.
Service 11 a. m..
Sermon topics: "Pr-
titers of the Iivin NattiraA and "Pow
er of Vital force." Special singing
sundaT. Sunday . school f:4S a. m..
irnk" Litwiiler. superintendent. Senior
'oonr peuple' meeting 6:30 p. m top
", Tii'- Growing Christian, Mra Fred
William-, leader. Junior Christina Kn
H,T..r G 45, Mra. Thomas Mauaeiaaker,
leader Wednesday eveniar at 7:30
Ma, and praise meeting led by the pa
nr Mr-, Mopkiu will iireach Sunday
lornin. The pastor will preach Sunday
"IeCnUy.eoi4c4. fre. fcfV ehare
local Bible class. Phone -1450- W. , ,
chorus will eltijt at lxrth services. Sun
day school 9:45 a. to-, K. A. Raotea, su
perintendent. The two Leagues at 6:30.
Oa- Friday evening at 9 o'clock fa eon
nectioa with the watch night service.
Full announcement ia Statesman . oa
Thursday of net week. The chorus-trill
reseat several of their numbers riven at
Christmas concert. Kev. Ira lnmaa will i Saturday, January 1
be. present in the evening service and church day". Basket di
nave cnarge ol ,tn natic. f
BETHANT SJSrOKMXO 1' . 1
Corner of Capitol . and ; Marian St.
Sunday school 10 a. -m, and ngiish
services 11 a. aw M.' DanyK taster.
: -ftrst christian -----
. Center and llich st,, i-. C. Whiuker,
pastor.'- Vivian C. Whisier, assistant pas
tor.' Service 11 i. m, and 7:30 p. m.
Sermon topics. . "Christmas Program."
and "The Immutable fat." At the
morning hour the IS i hie school will give
a Ohristmss- program. . There, will he
Christmas at the evening hour. '0 Holy
Xijtht." as an instrumental trio and
'lirightekt , and Bent," by the-choir.
Sunday sehool 9:45. K. C. '.Vhitaker, an
perintendeht.-: Senior Christian Endeavor
at 6f30. led 1J Vernon Williams, topic.
"The Past Year Its Ijftson- The New
It Possibilities.- Special Chriatmaa
music, intermediate Kndeavor at - 6:30.
Katurday, January 1, will be all day
aner at noon. IA-
trresting services and busines sessions
st. i:omit'a eiTODMn. t.
Corner Cottage - aad ChemekeU . St
Rev. J. R. i)ack, paster. Services 8 and
10 a. ta. Sermon topic, selected.' Ben-
edictioa fnllowa last: mass." 'week day
services at (This week they are. an I
hour later than usaat.? F.veryone cor
dially welcome. r-
C0TJB.T STREET CHRISTIAN
Court and N. 17th 8t.t. It. U Pt
nam. pastor.' junior pastor. Mrs. R. L.
Putnam. Services at 11 a. m., and 7:30
p. m. Junior service at 11 a. m. Ser
mon topic: "What the Birth of Christ
Means to the World," and a Christmas
Pageant. "Following the Star." Mu
sic in the Bible school furnished by Mrs.
Joy Turner-Mosea' orchestra. " Sunday
Kcneoi :4a a. si.. i Vk . Cooley, superin
tendent. Yoong peoples' meetings: Vol
unteer .visit shot ins in afternoon.
Christian Endeavor 6:40 p. m. Youn
peoples' and senior. Meetings of interest
to young people and adults. Church
night Thursday 7-9 p. m. The senior C
E. society will conduct the annual watch
party New Year's eve. Nest Lord' day
the pastor will bring the annual message
aad ' the next evening, January 3, the
annual meeting of the church will- he
held. It is of interest to each memher
to be present for both these occasion's
o welcome most heartily any one of
FIKST TJXITED BRETHREN
Mis.iou near 12th. Sunday achool at
a j lr. Kplwv will have euarge of the
o&ool there will be a i aurrrUe in the
WilS 0 special music. Cnne aad take a
wouie of the sunshine ia aoag and Bible
ttudy. Preaching at 11 a . There
w a be vome special iBUte in song. U.
' C st :80, John P Thompson.
leader. Mid week prayer meeting every
Weiawlay evening. C. Wf Corley, pae-
tr. ' . .
The First ispiriteaiUt chur.-h of alem.
mil held service , at their hall (over Mil
!tr s sr thia 8u4ay evening, Iec.
Jth. at 7:30. Mrs. LaYaliey of Port
r.j .ill U 9ktf aad message bear-
... -Tk. nublte'ii cordially Invited to
. - -
Liberty and Marion tts.. Ernest H.
ci,.i. na-,tor. Services 11 a. in., and
7 JO v m- Sorma topic: ''When
jus Was loau' VandsChriHBa l're
t-.,.. " Sundav- schawl 9:45 -a. -m
i rff.nl SchntiSeZ" aaperinteu4en. Sun-
(Uv eTroisn the yoang people wiU meet
th irsonml .At 5:30 'for informal
hour. At: hy will give a Chriatmas
orosriin in- tbo -church parlors . Sunday
t'hrutm hvmns, Christmas carols, oy
he or.aetra". Anthems: "lirightest and
IWt," Coomb. H.'hrttmas Bells,
Vin' Simons, "fjlori in Kxcelsis,
vi.n. Women's ? Chorns. "The New
Vinn at :hritmaa.'- - Marsh. Men'a
. v..,, "j.t -fk tin -to- Bstklehem.'- N
v -n Vooal iora. '"Oesu Bamhino." Yon.
M..t Neva CooleJ.,!5.VioJ'a Solo .Vleii
in.. Snands." Kriens. Miss Iva Claire
l.ove. Mid week prayer service,
djt evening at 7:30.
State Hospital 9 a. m., Jf. C. Stover
rreoie Minded institute 9 a. m.. J. Wil.
ira ueioe; uottage arm 2:30 p. m.
. r. quiver; iria School 8 p. v
C. Whitaker: T. B. HoRnit.1 Mt
Khanka. J. VWillard DeYoe, aecy.
ranuac six still sweeping to
ward unchallenged leadership.
laanaau seaar 9& r. o. b. factory,
tasy to pay on General Motors
time payment plan.-VJck Bros. (
biate surface roofing applied
I orer your old shingles. We hay
over 200 Jobs In Salem. Nelson!
Bros., plumbers. Sheet metal
worsr, 355 Chemeketa. ()
PEEP INTO SANTA'S
NEW YORK WORKSHOPS!
(Continued from page 1)
. rcVTEK STREET METHODIST
I nth and Center Sta A. F. Hilmer,
T,-.it..r Services 11 a. m. Sermon topic
Joy to the World." Sundiy school at
10 a. io., H. H. Uralapp, snpenntendent.
At T the Knworth Leasne will give
Christmas program. Beginning with next
wek w are planning to have meetings
ererv evening with a New Year's serriee
at 10 M,. Saturday, Jan. 1.
st vraemT de paux. ATB0ZJ0
Kef. Tbos. V. Keenan, pastor. Corner
inirhiaiut .and , Mrrtla Ave. Masaes - oa
Chrintma will be celebrated aa foUowa:
Hih xnasa will be offered up at mid
nict. Cbjastmaa carols and music ren
d 3 h'the specially augmented parish
rh5tf and sermon by the pastor. On
rtrUtmaa-day masses will be at 6:80,
7:30, 8:30. 9:30 and 10:30 o'clock.
The children's choir will sing at the 8:30
.t a-nn o'clock masses and the Iat
ma wiM.be a high masa sung by the
Kev. Father Reynolda of Columbia Cni
VHrsity of Portland, who will also de
liver the sermon. Confessions will be
liard Friday afternoon and evening. On
the following day which is the first Sun
day after Chrisvmaa, masses will be as
i.Mial at and 10:30 o'clock. Everyone,
both Catholic and nn-l'uthoIie are ea
lended a moat hearty welcow " !fr'
ices Osteihism classes hr.d each feat
urday -afternon for the eh'Mren will be
dUcontiaued during the Christmas holi
days. CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY
Tabernacle 6i5 Ferry St.. II. E.. and
r. (..w.l! nitstora. Sunday school at
'i p. m,, J. Wilson, superintendent. Sun,
day sftertoon 3 p. m.. service. Evangelist:
Betts la charge. 8pecial music, orchestra
led by? Louie, the Indian. Evening ser
vice st 7:30, Evsngelist F. J. Betts will
preach. Special Christmas music. Christ
inas service Saturday night. Music by
the Boy Pianist. Albert Knudson. Mon
day nijht- Louis the Indian will ive hie
experience. Monday night will close the
week of apecial Christmaa aerrieea.
aepartmenta . to take, care of all ages.
Public worship at 11 a. ra., with Junior
and Senior churches uniting for the ser
vice. Sacrament of Baptism for infants
ana otners. i be Sacrament of the Lord a
supper win al.o e oiiserved. Aa ap
propriate-message 4y the pastor. Rev.
Thompson, Junior 'pastor will assist in
the service. Three chapter . of the Ep-
worm uras meet at e:ao for devo
tional services. They welcome strangers.
Open Forum - for ' adults at thia hour in
the church Annex. Public worship at
7:30 p. m. Pastor's theme, "Three
Christmas BaceDtions. Hone. fallow
ship and gospel preaching will make the
hour worth while.
On Church St. between Chemeketa and
Center, Rev. Norman K. Tully, D. D.,
lastir Mrs. It M. T. Hester, assistant
pastor. 'Serv os trt:4S - m, and 70
p. ra. Rermon topics. "The Shepherds
I'ind Jeauo;" and Kehoboam, the Auto-i-rat."
Snttday ocltool 9:30 a. m, H. E.
itarrett. upfrinteudent. Senior C. E.
at o:15t auvaei-e Intermediate and tIn
lrniediate B:30 p. m.
FIRST" METHODIST EPISCOPAL
State and rhur.h St.. F. C. Taylor,
pastor. Marsrsret K. Sutherland, director
jUligious Fxiucatii'n. Service 11 a. va
and 7:30 p. m. Sermon topics: "The
lvvine Irevnce." snd Christmas pageant,
'The Story of the First Christmas,"
Sunday school. II. F. Shank, superintea
. dent. " C"niTrrity Epworth League, Can
dle Lighting ,..-rvice, l.ouii-e Findiey,
leader: First (hnreh Epworth league
will meet with the lniverslty Xieagae;
Intermediate Lnague in the church an
nex. Prayer and praise aervtco" oa
Thursday night at 7:30 p. ra., topic. New
Year's Resolutions. Christmas party and
program given by the beginner aad pri
mary department ot the ounasy acnooi
on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Every
body is cordially invited to coma and see
the tiny tots in their program and good
time. Junior Church will meet at ,11
o'clock on Sunday morning. Mr. -A. A.
Lee will give the lesson on, Foreign
XNIOHT laCBMORIAX. C0NQREOA
19th and Ferry? U C. Stover, pastor.
Sunday school l 'a. ., C. C. Harris, su
perintendent, aleraing service at 11.
Sermon, "My llifts for Your Tree,"
Everett and Ronald Craven will aiag,
"Come, Jeiua, Redeemer," (Hammond.)
The Senior, . Intermediate and Junior
Christian Endeavor -societies meet at 6:45
p. m. Aa impressive feature of the
evening service will be the candle light
procession by the- choir At 7:30 the
vested choir will present the Christmas
Santata "The Holy Nativity," (Wildes
mere.) The organist. lonald J. Allison,
will play- a' a' prelude, "Largo," (Han
del) and a reiuest offertory number
Largo front Th New World's Sympho-
ony," ( Uvorak.) The Caata numbers
include: - - - .
Organ Prelude ;
Look Above .. Choraa
Bo4o Tidings of oy i
- ...Mr. Mead and Chora
Solo--Cnto Yoa ia Bora a Savior .w.
..Ronald Craven aad Chorus
8olo The Song ot.the Khepherd;.. -
Mm rear I Eyre
Solo Withio a Lowly Manger 'Lying
- I ma i i i - - . . . , hi rin
Glory td Crod....lMa'a" Voices aad Chora
Let Is Uo to liethlehem ..Choru
Solo Tell 'Far and Near
Wonderful Night. i
Men's Voice sad Chorug
Christmaa Joy Bella Chorus
JASOK XXS MEM ORIAIa M. E.
North -Winter at -Jefferson Avenue.
Take the North Commercial but to North
bummer and Jefferson Ave., Thomas
Acheaon. tiastor. Hmrt TtiAtnts&AM mnA
Mrs; Oentry, helpers, in charge, of Junior I a circular saw and the top of the
tn public to share with, it ts tts'rtr. "emon ot me luoying eye mecn-
rices-of theooming Lord a Way. assuring I anism. Gr&Xt imiirovprnnU ..
ail -ot a glad welcome. -ChirTch school I i , . - - --...
opens at t:4j a. m., with six separata I maue in llU3.COUUT.ry In per-
tane, care of all ages. lectin g the fflAvlnr hvm P'aisti
pair of eyes is adjusted by hand
and each eye is carefully set and
fixed firmly in position by a set
screw; " Because of "this feature
American dolls do not become
"wobbly-eyed" after being In the
world afew months. After the
eyes hare been adjusted the mech
anism Is secured in place and the 1
top of the head is cemented on
Now the head is ready for its
wig of hair, which is made of real
or silk hair. This is glued on and
an expert workman trims' it in
most becoming manner. Since j
styles in dolls follow closely styles
in actual life, many of the dolls
being made today have bobbed
hair in the latest fashion.
Now let us go into the depart
ment where the bodies are being
stuffed. Besides having unbreajt
able heads, American dolls bat '4
soft, cuddly bodies, plumply filled
with cotton. The old sawdust doll !
that figures in children's songs is
a thing of the past. Upon enter
ing the stuffing department we
are greeted by -a thousand voices
crying "mama." - We learn thai
the mama voices are placed , ,4
the bodies when they are stuffad
with cotton and that as the bodifs
are moved about by the workman
the voices are set into action.
After the body has been filled
and the voice mechanism inserted.
the body of the doll is sewed V up
and the had glued on. Now the
doll is ready for its dress. And
what a galaxy of styles and colors
shl has to choose from. In addi
tion Ao the many simple, yet at
tractive costumes, many dolls are
garbed in character habits to de-j
pict various interesting features j
of American -life.. So attractive!
are the designs of doll clothes.
many women secure ideas for
making their Own dresses as a re
sult. Some women visit the doll
departments of stores in quest of
attractive and novel styles.
When the dolls are dressed in j
the factory they are packed in int
dividual boxes so that they will be
lean and fresh- when delivered to
the child to whom destiny brings
In our visit to an American doll
factory, .we; cannot but be Impress-:
ed by the excellent conditions un
der which the dolls are made.
American doll factories are light
and airy and every precaution ts
taken to insure the making ot
sanitary dolls. The cloth used in
making the bodies Is fresh and
new. while the cotton used in
stuffing the dolls is sterilized bet
fore using. The clothes of the'
doll are made from bolts of new
cloth, and should the clothes of. a
doll become mussed in any way.
they are carefully washed and
ironed. Strict sanitary laws and
state supervision control the
workings of the doll factories, al
though they seldom need to be In
voked, for American doll manu
facturers take a keen pride in pro
ducing toys of highest quality. .
Although the American doll in
dustry is not large as compared
with many others in this country,
the fact that 20 million dolls are
produced annually indicates that
immense quantities of raw mater
ials are used, and thousands of
workers, men and women, many
of them highly skilled, are em
ployed. Great yardages of cot
ton and silk fabrics are used to
clothe this great horde of dolls,
in addition to the muslin used In
making the bodies. Many thou
sands of bales of cotton are con
sumed to tRff; the "dolls. : About
IS raiulon feet of timber are need
ed, annually ia producing the spe
cial woodr flour used In making
the unbreakable heads, arm snd
feet. ' The glue and enamel used
also run update imposing figurrs.
W. CL Kraejre?!. realtor, progrss
eive, fair, efu table. Growing city
and country makes possible buys
that will, make you good money.
Complete listings, 147 N. Com'l.
" Acclimated ornamental nursery
stock, . evergreens ros? bushes,
fruit and shade trees r Pear cy
Bros, in season. "We have our own
nurseries. 178 S. Com'l. )
(Coattamed from pg 1)
Bonesteele Motor Co., 474 S.
Com'l has the Dodge automobile
tor yon. All steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. Ask Dodge owners They
will tell you. ()
First National Bank, the bank
ot friendship snd helpfulness in
time of need. Interest paid on
time deposits. Open an acton et
and watch your money grow ()
Hartman Bros. ' Jewelry Store.
Watches, clocks, rings, pins, dia
monds, charms, cut glass. ' silver
ware. Standard goods. State at
Liberty St. ()
day evening after a Christmas
program bad been given and they
will not be opened until after the
new year. The program was un
der the direction of Mr. Rice.
The basketball schedule is
about complete. Up to this date
the schedule runs like this:
. DeHarpqrt Ducks at, Parrlsh on
.Perrydale at Perrydale on Jan.
. Perrydale at Parrlsh on Jan.
Monmouth at Parrlsh on Jan.
Jeffersftn at Jefferson on Jan.
Stayton at Stay ton on Feb. 4.
Turner at Parriah on Feb. 7.
Jefferson at Parrlsh on Feb. 12.
Turner at Turner on Feb. 22.
Stayton at Parrlsh oa Feb. 2S.
The team is progressing rapid
ly, and is expected to be in line
shape for the opening game.
D. H. Mosher, Merchant Tailor,
Is turning out the nobbiest and
best fitting tailor made suits to
measure; 100 business and pro
fessional men buy off Mosher. ()
Motoring : . .
When Your Car Is
"The Tire That's Guaran teed
to Cost Less Per
"The Right Spot for Tire Service -
When You Have a Blowout
SMITH & WATKINS
PHONE 44 '
CHEMERETA ST. E V AH OEUC AZa
Corner of C'hvmeketa and N. 17th St.,
O. E. akine, pastor. Services 11 a.
"Writtea ad Uu written Records ' and
m., and 7:30 p. m. Sermon topic:
"The Queen's Quest." Sunday school
10 a. m., 0. R. Strausteugh, superinten
dent. Evangelical League- of Christian
Endeavor, senior and Intermediate, at
6:30. Mid Week prayer service, Thurs
day evening at 7:30, P Kur, leader.
Train in gClaws, Wednesday eveninr at
fl :45. followed by choir practice at 7:45.
CHURCH OT GOD
1346 N. itourrh St.. J. J. Gillespie,
pastor. Services 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m.
Kermon topics, "Peace oa Earth," and
Evangelistic, .unay school lO a. m.,
Mrs. Walter Barkua, superintendent.
Young peoples mjeting S:30 p. m.. Miss
Dora -Hanson, leader.' Prayer service en
Wednesday 'evening aV 1:30. The state
young people convention will be held
at Wofdhum, Ore.,- Dec.-- 31, 102 to
Jan. 2.- l&?7-in the high school auditor
ium. -Services 10:30 a. m., 2:30 and
7:3( p. m.
. Center aad Liberty Sts., Charles E.
Ward,, paotor. Services 11- a. m., and
7:15 p. vn. ' Sermon topics' "The Turn
of the Tide.' 'and- "Old crooge."
Th services . will, include Christmas
hymns and - anthem. At the evening
service the three reel picture of Dickens
Christmaa. crol entitled. 'Mild Scrooge,"
will ho rho feature.' Sunday school 10,
M. D. MqiCallister, superintendent. Bi
ble study and prayer meeting Thursday
at 7:30. Hart the Xew -Tear rirht by
coming to church for this New Year ser
mon. eit tsunday. Jan. wi, will be our
next Communion Sunday and reception ot
II fus wish all ofyott
The hnd of Qhrutmm
That maies the day a
MARION AUTOlVfOBILE CO.
LIBERTY AND MARIO! STREETS
Rev. E. H. Shanks, Pastor
Great Christmas Praise
Service at 7:30
Anthems, Carols, Solos, Choruses,
; MORNING WORSHIP AT 1 1
Christmas Music and Sermon
ing a song of Christmas
With voices ringing true,
The jolliest of holidays,
May this one be for youl
CHAMBERS & CHAMBERS
North High Street
OZJLD TTDIRGS MISSION
343 1 Court SU C. S. Johnson, pas
tor. Sunday school 2 p. m., Sam Ber
key, superintendent. Week dsy services
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday even
ings. "" . " . " -r
TTRST EYAVOEXJCAZi '
Center aad Liberty St., V. B. Culver,
paktor. Sunday school 9:45, L. L.
Thornton, superintendent. At 11 o'clock
there will be a Christmas message by the
pat'r. Thera wiUDe no Cunstian ta
deavor meeting at S;30. At 7:30 the
Young people-; will present a l'ageant en
titled, Tho "ativity.";
IMTERM ATIOHAIr RIRXK
Meet every Sunday, ia Derby Bldg..
Court and Uieh streets,, tor Bible study.
All interested in Bible 'Study, cordially
invited. Hour 10 to Tl a. m., and 3 to
4 p. m. Fuaeral services in Salem and
Market and S. Winter Sta. J. C. Tay
lor, pastor. Serricea. 11 a.--m., and 7;4&
p. m. Sunday school 9:43 a. m-j, Dr.
Y. S. Sichttt, superintendent. Young peo
ples' meeting 6:80. Miss Amy Shepard,
leader. Prajer meeting Thursday 7:30
FULL OOSTEL MISSION .
237 State St.. Ralph I). Bullock, pas
tor. Harry J. Morriss, assistant pastor.
Services- 2 :30 and 7:45 d. m. Sunday
school 2:30 p. m. Bible atudy or evaa
gelistie . meetings Wednesday, Thursday
-nil Clin ...I n a T . 1 . ..mII,!
invitation ia extended to all who are sin
cerely hungry (or the pure, unadulterat
ed word of God expounded "in the power
and demonstration of the Spirit of Ood
in tne beemmne. 1 Cor. 2. TO ne
rilled with Grace and Truth" i God's
only standard of preparation for His
roraing. f Kom. 8.29 with John 1:14.
? Wishing You A
C. S. PRATT
33 South Liberty
Telephone 659 r
' 9ev '" -r
inj? a sons
With hem e pH as told
Wishing jom. the (est V jap
Tiwar uch a day nay hofci
MAY EVERY JOY
BE YOURS THIS
C. F. Breithaupt
New Bligh Bldg.
CASTLE CHAPEL TJRTTED B RETHREW
Corner K. 17th and Nebraska Avenue,
W. S. Blodgett, pastor. Serricea 11 a.
m.. aad 7:45 n. m. Sennea topic.
"Falsing But -Once," and Evangelistic
Bunday achool 10 a. ra P. C Weils, aa.
perintendent. Younc aeonlea steetiag.
0:45. Will Duniran. aresideai. - Prayer
meeting Thursday evarnr St -?730
Monthly business meeting Tuesday even
ing at- T:30-:.-:;i. v. ' . .-i- -';.
LESLtB METHODIST TXBaOTXXi
South- Commercial and Mayer. J. Wll-
-lard DeYoeii pastor. Services
. and t i30 ,pi aw. Sormotv tpis, 'Chri
is Glorious Iet TJ Make Him Knowa,"
aad t'The Tea' ComBiaodments. Tae
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3Y lindlj thought
- And good w" to.
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