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THE - OREGON Z STATESMAN, r. SALEM.- OREGON.' SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 16, 1928
Marriage of Miss Spaulding Mr. and Mrs. Elias Brown
and Charles Swan Solemnized, Penland Observe 50th Wed
at Heppner . - ding Anniversary
Of interest to Salem friends willj
be the announcement of the wed
ding of Miss Faye Spaulding and
Charles Swan which was solem
nized at two o'clock Tuesday aft
ernoon June 12, in the First Meth
odist church at Heppner.
Rev. Frank E. Spaulding. fath
er of the bride.' read the service
in the presence of a group of in
timate friends and relatives.
The bride was lovely in a gown
of blue georgette, with lace in
serts and ruffles. She wore orange
blossoms in her hair and carried a
shower of sweet peas.
Miss Lola Millard of Salem
was the bride's only attendant.
She wore an attractive gown of
rose georgette with a corsage ol
sweet peas in the same shade.
Jack Vinson of Portland sang
"Because" and "At Dawning." The
wedding music was played by Miss
A reception followed the cere
mony. The bride's table was dec
orated in yellow and centered with
Te elaborate bride's cake.
Miss Spaulding is a graduate of
Willamette University and a mem
3kber of the Delta Phi sorority. Mr.
r-. I i i I. 1 nrill.M
owan la a junior iu idw m nmaui
ette University. His parents re
.side in Boise, Idaho.
v, After a short wedding trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Swan will "make their
hhome in Salem.
Jessie F. Bush and Marjorie
M. Walker Will Present Stu
I dents in Joint Recital
Jessie F. Bush and her sister,
Marjorie M. Walker, will present
their students' of piano, stage
craft, and voice in two joint re
citals Wednesday afternoon and
evening, June 20, in the auditori-
urn of the Nelson building. "
The afternoon program at three
o'clock will be given by the junior
students and will consist of piano
solos, duets, trios, and ensemble
numbers interspersed with read
ings, dialogues, and impersona
tions. The evening program at eight
fifteen o'clock will be presented
by the more advanced students and
will consist of piano solos, duets,
and ensemble numbers as well as
vocal solos and two short plays by
the junior and senior students oi
,s stage craft. The assisting artist
silA will be Miss Jessie Carter of Port-
ianu, a violinist oi unusual aun
ity. Miss Carter was a student oi
Drury Prebe of Victoria, B. C. anc
entered the Vancouver Musical
Festival in 1925, receiving tht
gold medal and highest praise in
the open violin class. She has fill
ed numerous concert engagements
in British Columbia and Oregon.
Miss Carter is a frequent artist in
radio concerts and has broadcast
over CFCT. Victoria; CWljtV Ta
i nia; and KGW and KEpd, Tort
The public is cordially invited
to attend these recitals.
The students presented will be:
Dorothy Damon. Jean Harring
i'-fon, Jimmy White, Ruth Falk, Jert
Simmons, Dorothy Kibbe, Doris
McCaUUter Rachel Pemberton
Mary Edna Matthis, Robert and
Flavia Downs, Pauline Drager.
Shirley and Foster Cronemiller.
Bernice Caplineer, John Krause,
Melba Hodge, Mildred Clark, John
. Van Osdol, Caroline and Gwendo
1th Hunt, Gwendolin Hertzog, Mar
jorie McCallister, Rosemary Corey,
Jean Hewitt, Norman and Neai
Hathaway, Verna Jean Huber.
Margaret Engelbart, Carlton Boeh
rtnger, Nellie Gray of Portland,
William and Jack Bush, Charlotte
and Margaret Brown, Betty Mar-
tin. Queen ie DeLisIe, Katherinc
'".Barle, Eileen Gibson. Ailene Moore
Genevieve Bellinger, Ella Pfeiffer,
, .Marion . S. Downs, and Gordon
Members of Ever Ready
jJBirthday Club Entertained
Mrs. Pauline Clark and Mrs.' J
lia Strand were hostesses at' the
meeting of the Ever Ready Birth
day club Wednesday afternoon. '
Mrs. Florence Odenberg and
i Mrs. Mary Hall assisted the hos
tesses in serving at the tea hour.
In the cTirff'gToup were: Clara
'Adams, Doris Strand, Mary Hall,
Lizzie Smith, Mary Briggs, Jen
nie Martin Louise Loveland, Flor
ence Shipp, Ernestine Loveland,
. Bertha Loveland, Florence Oden
berg, HatUe Kennen, and the hos
tesses Pauline Clark and. Julia
, Strand. '
Mrs; Homer Govlet Enter-
"v Tains trim iseiiyn i m si u i
i-V Mrs. Homer Goulet entertained
'? with a-delightful bridge luncheon
':'i Jpsterday afternoon In her coun
: try home north of Salem. Eleven
tables of cards were in play
i ..:. Seventy-five additional; guests
were bidden for the tea from four!tnd n Ros FertivaUW
to six o'clock.
A number of prominent out-of-
town. women were included In the
guesCgronp. -. ' --Ql
'Guebt at-E.E. Bergman Home
.For Several Days v
Mrs. George C. Lane of Seattle
Washington. Is the guest of her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Bergman, for three
weeks. M-l -
HALSEY, Ore., June 13.
(Special) Mr. and Mrs. Elias
Brown Penland celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary at
their home here today with a din
ner at which 35 friends and rela
tives were guests, followed by a
reception in the afternoon from
2 o'clock until 3, during which
time several hundred friends call
ed. Mr. Penland was born at Philo
math, Ore., in 1855, but when he
was three years of oge his parents!
moved to Halscy, where the family
lived for many years. In 1878 Mr.
'Penland was married to Lizzie El-
I'en Hopkins of Salem, the wed-
ling taking place in Albany, and
as performed by County Judge
Johns. Following their marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Penland went to east
ern Oregon, where they remained
for 10 years, when they returned
to Halsey for a short time, then
moved to Corvallis and then to
Albany. While in Albany Mr. Pen
land was in the hardware busi
ness with R. K. Ohling. Selling his
Interests to George Taylor, be and
Mrs. Penland returned to Halsey,
where they have spent the past
21 years. The greater part of Mr.
Penland's life has been spent In
farming and he continues to su
pervise his large farm near Hal
sey. He also has large land hold
ings in Sherman county. Mrs. Pen
land -was born in Uillsburg, Ohio,
in 1856 and came to Oregon in
1876, locating in Salem.
Mr. Penland's grandfather, Levi
B. Penland, and his father, Hen
ry Penland, although they were or-
ginally from Lexington, Ky., came
to Oregon from Missouri in 1852
ind loacted just east of the pres
ent site of Philomath. His mother,
Martha J. Brown, crossed the
lains to 'Oregon from Illinois in
1847, starting on the long trip in
company with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Elias Brown. Mr. Brown died
from exposure on the way and Mrs.
drown continued the journey with
her children until they, reached
jalem, where she decided to lo
cate. Mrs. Brown and family were
ji embers of the Cox emigrant
Mr. and Mrs. Penland are the
a rents of two children, Dr. Hugh
3. Penland of Berkeley, Cal., and
Mrs. Mabel Robins, wife of Fred
Robins of Halsey. They also have
;ix grandchildren, Mrs. LaVellt
Penland Montgomery of Los Ga--os,
Cal.; Hugh E. Penland Jr.,
irid Maxy Elizabeth Penland, both
f Berkeley, Cal.; Elias Halfod
tobins, all of Halsey, and one
;reat-grandson, Laurence Arthur
fontgomory of Los Gatos, Cal.
lugh Penland Jr. and his sister,
Vlary, have been students at Ore
gon Agricultural college the past
Mr. Penland also has one broth
;r, L. E. Penland of rendleton,
md one sister, Mrs. Fannie Fry ol
.'hilomath, who with their famil
es were present at the anniver
ary. All of the children and grand
hildren are in Halsey, as well as
'laude, Clarence and Roy Penland
md their families of Pendleton.
The three Penland brothers are
lephews of Mr. Penland.
Mr. and Mrs. Penland's son. Dr.
Hugh Penland, is an army surgeon
n the aviation department and
vill leave soon for Europe on busi
ness for the government.
Regular Meeting of W. R. C.
The regular meeting of the W.
.1. C. will be held at two o'clock
.his afternoon in McCornack hall.
A memorial service will be held
or those members of the Corps
ho have died within the past
ear. Officers are asked to wear
Delegates to the state conven
tion will receive their credentials
it that time. -
Mrs. Kay Hostess at Meeting
of Penny-Pep Club of -Hayesville
Mrs. Kay was hostess at the
neetlng of the Penny-Pep club of
Hayesville Thursday afternoon.
An interesting talk on interior
lecoratlng was given by Mrs. Da
rts, .head of the home economics
department at Cbemawa. .
Twenty-four members respond
3d to roll call with helpful sug
gestions on making old things in
to new. ,4
The next meeting, of the club
will be held Thursday afternoon..
Jane 21, at the' home of Mrs. Ed
Ward. Embarrassing incidents or
situations will serve as roll call
responses.. .r f:';u"' '
Attend Rose Festival in .
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miller mo-
IJofed lo Portland Thursday to at
.Marion Lawrence Class WW.
Meet For Annual Dinner
All members or the Marion Law
rence' class of the First Methodist
church - and their ' families will
meet : after church ' Sunday morn
ing, June 17, for their; annual din
ner jnee ting. .Shmii
Members are asked to bring bas
kets and the necessary dishes and
Oregon Shrine. Banqnet. Port'
land. Local members may make
reservations with Amos Vass
W. R. C. regular meeting. Mc-
Cornack halt 2:00 o'clock.
Marion Lawrence Bible class.
First M. E. church. Dinner. Church
parlors. 1:00 o'clock.
Art section, Salem Arts League.
Dr. Mary Rowland, Co art street
hostess, 7:30 o'clock.
PupUs of Miss Osterman Pre
sent Interesting Musicale
The pupils of Miss Pearl Oster
man entertained their parents and
a group of friends with an inter
esting musicale last Friday eve
ning in the Osterman home.
Miss Lucille Hackett, reader,
assisted on the program which was
Duet "Springtime" Shults
Thelma and Dorothy Jayes
"Parade of the Scouts . Hawthorne
"Happy Together" Butler
"Fairy Bark" Aarron
Morrell Crary, Miss Osterman
"Sweet Dreams" Tschaikowsky
"March of th eSprites" .
"Rose Petals" Lawson
"Swaying to and Fro". . . .Hamer
"La Chivalerque" Burgmuller
"Midsummer Joy" Bilbro
Duet "Valse Christine". . .Frlml
Helen and Gladys Miller
Interesting Meeting of Salem
0. A. C. Club Held at
"Purple Iris Farm"
Seventy-five members of the
Salem O. A. C. club gathered for
their regular monthly meeting
Thursday evening at the "Purple
Irfs Farm." the country home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester I. Pearmine,
lorth of Salem.
The banquet was served out-of
loors on the attractive lawns.
William Merriott, president of
.he club for the past year, presid-
id at the business meeting which
was held later in the evening. The
Jollowing officers were elected for
Jie ensuing year; president, Ed
ward Underwood: vice-president.
Ivan Stewart; secretary, Cather-
ne Jelderks: and treasurer, Mar
Because of the growing mem
bership, it was decided to divide
he club into three chapters. Chap
er A is composed of the earliest
graduates, those who graduated
n 1910 or before, and Mrs. Lester
Pearmine is the leader. Chapter B
ncludes graduates from. 1911 to
1920, with Ellsworth Ricketts,
eader; and Chapter C, those whe
graduated from 1921 and 19'
vith MY. Larry Flagg, as leader.
Several vocal solos were given
n the evening by Lucille Cum
nings. Chapter B of the club will be
lost at the July meeting.
Piano Pupils of Miss Lena
Dotson Presented in Recital
it Nelson Auditorium
A group of the piano pupils of
Miss Lena May Dotson were pre
sented in recital Tuesday evening,
June 13, in the Nelson auditorium.
Miss Mable L. Dotson. vocalist;
ind Leonard Chadwick, violinist.
Assisted on the program which in
cluded the following numbers:
Dn the Deep Sea Stelnheimer
Marche Hongroise de Concert
Old Fashioned Locket
Mable L. Dotson
Old Ironsides ..Sawyer
Voice of the Heart Woodrow
Cavatina Raff Op. 85. No. 3
Valse . -Moszkowski
Star of Hope . ...Kennedy
The Lilac Tree l;Gartlan
. Mable L. Dotson
Concert 'Polonaise Hahn
Grand Valse Caprice Engelmann
' ' Gladys Lachele
Leaving Today for Tacoma,
Miss Ellen Jean. Moody is leav
ing this' morning for Tacoma,
Washington where she will spend
two months with ber father, Mr.
H. C. Moody.
jjscnu un ci ui t-ruyo
in, Salem .
; - Mrs. Mary J. Brown of Corval
lis is spending several days with
relatives in Salem.
American Legion Auxiliary
Glee Club Will Sing at .
Convention . -
" The American Legion, auxiliary
Glee club and quartet are rapidly
completing the state ocntest num
bers to be presented at the Legion
convention la .Medford this sum
The chorus Is singing under the
direction of .Miss Lena Belle Tar
tar with Miss Roberta Morton as
accompanist. - '-I...
-Members of the chorus are: so-pranos-Mrs.
'Rl'WT Wyatt, Mm
Allan Cleveland. Mrs. Charles Ei
re, Mrs. H. R. White, Mrs. Byron
Lleuallen, Mrs. LA. De France,
Mrs. Hobart Shade, Mrs. T. W.
Creech. Mrs. D. J. Bowe, Mrs. 11
bourne. Mrs. W. P. Watklns; sec
ond sopranos Mrs. R. E. ' De-
Guire, Mrs. Willis Vincent. Mrs. R.
D. Barton, Mrs. D. J. Madison,
Mrs. Malcolm Ramp. Mrs. Herman
Brown, Mrs. E. M. Lockard, Mrs.
Arnold Krueger, Miss Jean Camp
bell. Mrs. Frank Jiral; altos Mrs.
S. . Ostrander, Mrs. King Bartlett,
Mrs." Marie Robertson, Mrs. Jesse
George, Mrs. Dennis Stevenson,
Mrs. E. E. Burch and Mrs. Walter
Spending the Week With
Relatives in Salem
Mrs. J. T. Patterson of Corval
lis is spending the week in Salem1
with her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith (Wini
Guests in Salem From
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lr Madigan and
their daughter, Miss Mary Madi-
5an, of Richmond, California are
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Miller.
Safe and Sane Celebration,
With Full Sports Program
PHD IT PARK
An old-fashioned Fourth of July:;;,"0"
celebration will be staged at
Woodland park (formerly Spong's'
landing) on the Willamette river
ttrith a full lfllfln1a. r t rnnrl. a
a full calendar of sports, a
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&uuu vL 6 am, a, urmwui uusyiay,
of fireworks planned and all to be
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handled in a safe, sane and sensi
Nothing but the best of high
grade entertainment will be toler
ated at. the park, emphasizes J. C.
Formick, manager of the Wood
land Park Development company,
with a good time assured to every
body. Preparations are being made to
entertain thousands of people
from Salem "and vicinity who are
invited to pack a picnic hamper
and sojourn at the park for a day
of pleasant rest.
The sporting events for the pic
nic are in the hands of William
McGilchriet, Jr., Murray Wad R.
N. MacDonald, Robert (bob)
Boardman, "Spec" Keene, Louie
Anderson and George Caldwell,
whose experience with such events
assures a worthwhile program,
Included in the sports, program
will be such real old-time events
as sack races, three-leg races
greased poles and catch-the
greased-pig. A complete water
carnival, In which men, women.
boys and girls in their respective
divisions will participate, is also
on the schedule. The feature of
thin will be a 12-mile motorboat
The sporting events will com
mence at 10 o'clock in the morn
ing and end with a grand finale
at 9:30 o'clock in the evening
The final event will be a regatta
on the river, the boats being
lumined with Chinese lanterns and
streamers while fire works wil
form a fitting background to 'the
The Fourth of July will be ob
served with a good program. A
well-known man, whose name is
being withheld until later, will be
the main speaker of the day.
Tn t rta nvan 1 n 9 Vi tit 111 Kaa a
generous display Of fireworks On
an adjacent island where no chil -
. . . . , . . . . ,
dren Will De tolerated, in Keeping
with the desire to make it a safe
A popular local orchestra will
furnish dance music during the
day. With dancing ending at mid -
. t a
Parking space for 4,000 cars has
been provided and there will be
plenty Of firewood for the Indi-
vldual picnicker, who are tasted.
to eat their lunch on the tables at,
Paul and M. Bloch Open
First Golden Rule Estab
lishment in Salem
MM FOLK ATTEND
OPEN INS JEW STOUE
Resposw of Salem people to tbe Tj Waet."
. . .. .at :43. Knworth leae-na
informal opening ana reception ai
tbe new BlOCn'S GOIden Kuie".""7 xnnraoay eveai
fV.ai a.huu.t. T 1. J .
Biore on nonn vio9t.j nireei "
far better tban tbe owners had
anticipated. Panl Bloch said U'S'auUTuTl
yesterday afternoon when more'niag at 7:30.
than 1Z.QQO persons natt vtsueaj
Since noon. No gOO As Were sold
TMtsrdtT ttae - first sales to be
yesterday, me iirsi saies 10 o
mtue ai morning. jo.i. oiwu
also expressed pleasure
beantlfal bonquets, bearing
MneMtnUtlAiia IamI finalnAfiSI
" " 1 CHZXJT XTJTHEKJUI CHTJXCH
houses. State and 18th streets. Rev. . L.
Paul Bloch has assocl-.ted Wlth'H. Pr. English services at 11 a.
vi t- ... - German at 9:45 a. m. Bonday school
him In the new department Store ,t 9.40, Martha Battermsn, Sapt. Iath
hlS brother, M. Bloch, former as-r league Tharaday at S 9. .
slsUnt canhler of the. Cltlsena'j cnxrxcn or the vazaxsvz
State bank at Horton, Kansas.! One block aoath af Canter oa lth. L.
Panl Rlnrh ha hrt associated P. 8itB' PMtor. phone 290. Snaday
faui isiocn nas oeen associaiea(iehooj 9:4. y,.,, utwiiier, Sapt. in
With the Golden. Aale Stores at charge. A extra goad time ia store this
Scottsbluff. Bayard. MUch.ll. Mer-Jf"- Cta-j, for ...4 teacher.
nu, otiusepori auu - ujiuaa, o-
braska. The local store la af f iliat-
ed with , the eastern Golden Rule
merchants.-although not with (he
tthOQCh not With the
other two stores In
Medford and Grants Pass.
Mr. Bloch says that Salem was
chosen as the most promising ter- ran baptist chttbch
rltory for a dry good, .tore only rL : a'SSS:
after they had traveled Over 10,-Sanday aehaol sapmateadeat aad chair
000 miles in Utah. Idato.-Nevada.',!Trt,or-- C?rt lMk- rmmtaV 8"mu'
vow uuw " ".r .7 . " -ekoal, 9-.T. a. m. Classes far varr-
OregOn " and Washington. . Four body. Urmmt praachiag aervie at 11
, . .
the final decision Was made. .
ltth ui Fairy streets. H. C. Stow.
minister. "A Ship at 8m" and "The
Oae Talent" will he the morning
evening umoi Mojacta. Tfca Chares,
school meeta at 10 a. m. Morning serv
ica at 11. Christian Eadeavor at T:I5
a. bo. Ia ta crania- servioe at 8 " clack
the choir will sin "Mar 'ana Christ
Ba Praised" (Ashferd). Tfca Monthly
church night (upper will ba held ia taa
Maaicipal Aeto camp Wednesday evening,
Jaae 0. at 7 o'clock.
THB TOST ZTAJraSUCAZi CHUSCB
Caraar of Liberty aad Canter. A. P.
Layton. pastor. Sa&day aehool at 9:45:
l. u. Tkoratoa. Bapt. Claaeaa for all.
i oa will hka taa komalika ataaoapkara at
thia aehoaL Worakip at 11 'clock. Sab-
jeet, "Tka Man Wka Forfot Oe4." Taa
eaaaat atfarC ta laava Go4 eat of tka
prograaa mf yoar Ufa. Ckriatiaa EniaaT
ar at 7 o'clock. Topic for diaranion.
'Tka Charek'a Rapoaa:'bUitT for Rec-
raatioa." Worakip at S o'clock. Sub
ject, "Go4'a Plan for Oar SalratioB."
There ia do way ia eaeapiag tke coaae
qaencea of tia only tb roach Hi plaa.
worra rantemoeriar. w are akapea
and faakioned by what we love." Prayer
meeting Tkortday ereniaf at 8 o'clock.
High aad Marion atreeta. The ipocial
CTaageliitie meetings being condacted by
William Bae and K. K. Bailey continue
nightly except Satarday.at 7:45. San
day afternoon an addreaa for christian!
at 3. The fantlamenUla of the Holy
Scriptnrea emphasised. Come aad bring
BETHAKT REFO<XT) CHURCH
Corner of Capitol and Marian Strs.
Suaday school 10 a. m., and German
service 11 a. tn it. Denny, minister.
COTTaT STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST
Court and 17th. Xorn J. Reasoner,
minister, 144 S. 19th. Phone 2937J.
Bible school promptly at 9 :45, followed
by morning worship st 11, sermon sub
ject, "What Jesus Desires." Children's
day program at 8 p. m., consisting of
tableau, music and re-citation. This
Ipormises fo: be a very interesting occa
j'sion and we trust there mav be a worthv
attendance. You are cordially- invited.
.BioUgett, pastor. 1743 Xeb. Ave
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" m ano o p. m.
.oerm,on topics: 1 rsnsf igtirt ion and
service, a. m.: 'what Next
?.und' eboi, 10. a. e. Bndfieid. Supt.
.loung people's meetings: 7: Floyd Bai-
ley, president. Junior C. E. at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. Working, Supt. His Jewels meet at
3 o'clock, Maxine Hill, Supt. Week-day
servicea: Prayer meeting Thursday eve
ning at 8 o'clock. Woman's Aid Wed
nesdsy, Mrs. Richmond, president. All
are welcome to "The Church with the
glad Tiding s htssiok
343 Court St. C. S. Johnson, 431 S.
Cottage. Services, 3 and 8 p. m. Sunday
chool 2 p. m. Week-day services: Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday evenings.
13th and Ferry streets, phoaa 2121R.
Special evangelistic services every eve
ning, except Monday, at 8 o'clock, eon
ducted by Evangelists C. R. and Helen
I. Dillon, of Los Angeles. Evangelist
C. R. Dillon is a converted comedian of
movie fame. Special orchestra music
and good singing will be a part of the
program of each evening. Three serv
ices on Sunday at 11 a. m., 3 and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 1:45. The Sunday
school has classes suitable for those of
11 ages, with qualified teachers. Toung
people's meeting Saturday evening at 8
o'clock, Mrs. Howard Olsen, president.
FIRST GERMAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Now at the Salem Women's ehib house,
460 N. Cottage street. Q. W. Rutseh,
pastor; G. Schunke, assistant pastor. Sun
day school. 9:45 a. m. Service 11 a. m.
Carl Winkelman bringing the message
in the jjorning and John Roth at 8 in the
evening. Regular mid-week prayer meet
ing at 8 o'clock Thursday evening.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS
Meet every Hunday, for Bible study.
Meetings are being held at 1160 Broad
way. Hours 2:30 to 5 p. m. Evening
ervices from 9 to 16 p. m., are broad
cast from Portland, Radio KEX, 277.6
meters. Funeral services in Salem and
vicinity conducted free of charge by lo
cal bible class. Phone 2726.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
Holds services Sunday evening, June
!", at Fraternal Temple, 447 Center
treet, 7:30 o'ejpek. Rev. Luella M. La
alley will lecture in trance. Messages
y Mrs. LaValley and Mrs. Gosser. Pub
lic cordially invited.
CENTER ST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL
lth and Center streets. E. J. Aschen
brenner, pastor. Pbone 680-Jrff. Sunday
school at 10 a. m., employing both the
(ierman and the English language, super
intended by H. H. Gralapp. Worship at
H a. m. This will be a commemoration
of the 225th anniversary of the birth of
-John W.ley. A sermon by the pastor,
in German. At 7:30 p. m., will be the
anniversary servire of the Ladies' Aid
I ift(-itv nf trmfej rtii rh An m r r m nrit
program will be carried out. The mid
,ek Dry" retin8 b? ld on
Wednesday evening at 7:4o, in the par-
,onre. A sincere welcome to all of our
'"vices is extended to the public.
Corner Church and Highland. Edgar
n l- : . if . n ,
aebrioT 5-V Gartner. SupV.
! Week-day services: Prayer meeting 8 p.
m. .No other services throughout the
1810 S. High, street. Sunday school
iuht on accouni oi our veariv meetinr it
day evening- at 8 o'clock.
Corner of Chemeketa and N. 17th. G.
E. Erakiae, pastor, 288 X. 17th street,
pheae 1008-W. Services: 11 a. m., aad
8 p. m. Sermon topics: Morning "Ja
cob's New Name, and Hew He Came By
It." The evening preaching hoar will
be occupied with the Ckildrea' day pro
gram af the Saaday - school. Sunday
school. 10 a. m.; O. R. Strauabaagk,
Supt. Ckriatiaa Endeavor, 7 p. m. Mid
week prayer aerrice, Tkaraday evening
at 8 erclock; T. Kara, leader.
LESXIB atZaCOXIJLX. CETTKCH
' Sooth Commercial . aad Myers streets.
& Datiew Johaeoa. pa tar' 'tag K. Myers
treat, phoaa S764. Children'a day pro
gram at 11 o'clock featuring a paatomine
The Passerby and the rWwera." Eva-
aiar aerrlee at S o'clock. Duet, "Day
Dying; in Ua Went." Chareh aehool
-in Leslie Hall
t 7 p. m. Hid week meeting for prayer
William Belcher Pert lead
"' voices at 6:45
mixi. stxskt bckthodiit
15U and Mill streets. Mrs. Alta M.
Pr. 8- 15th. Serrieea,
u B Md 6.80 p g-m4ay ,.Booi.
a. m., jams Eataer r-nekson, Bnpt.
Yaaag people's aaeetiar. 6:30 .
Prayer meetiag Wednesday p. m. Ton
are all cordially Invited to oar services.
tu laasan. -, asamiag worm mp, 1 1. er-
S5SJV A"; wi" .or
Smith, will sin a doec "Un-to-data &e-
' BaUer Hilleaas). Eveaiag
Eev. JL Welht, will
atmni. There will he eerrieea ta the
!if 8may tttsnm at s:So aad
o ia asm
... " oi a amn a. ami a
aacle in ta Wilderaosa." Twe ywaag
peapU's meeting; at 7 'stock p. bb. Xrt
aiar preackiaf. S o'clock. Bermaa topic.
Twe Mcb Praytac- tspaetai bum at
bath sarricea by tka cboir. Aiae fire
auaote aernea for ekildraa at tka mora-
lag aerrire. VIA faakioaad prayer ect-
uaf Taaraaay eveaaf at a a cioca.
Hl(k and Ceatar. P. J. Howe, pattor,
765 N. Cottar, phoaa S438W; Clark
Aydelott, aaaiataat paator, 247S Nob Hill.
Servicea, 11 I. m anc 8 p. m. Sermon
topic, "A Forward MoTenteat," a. m.
Ckildrea'a day prograai at 8 p. m. Saa
day ackool. t:45 a. aa.; O. i. HaU. SapC
ToaBg people'! meetinr : Jaaior, Iater
aaediata aad Senior eeeietiea at 7 p. as.
Prayer meeting aad bible atody Wedaea-
aay, 8 p. m.
Kegalar Sunday aereicea will be held
in tke Grand tkeater aa aanal. Sunday
envoi at :4S a. nu. Earl Gregg. Sapt.
Clasaea for aU age. Preaekinc aerricei
at 11 a. m aad at 8 p. m. Dr. W. T.
Millikea will preach at both service!.
B. T. P. TJ. at 7 p. m. All young people
are invited. Prayer meeting Wednesday
night at 8 p. m. All are cordially invit
ed to attend these aereioea.
FOKD MXMOaiAL M. S.
West Salens P. L. Cannell. pastor,
975 Cdgewater, phone 1341-R. Serrices,
11 a. m., aad 8 p. m. Sermon topics:
"When God Goes Out to Sow," a. m.;
"Standing at the Cross Roads," p. m.
Sunday school, 9:45; D. C. Sebern, Supt.
Yonng people's meetings: Epwortk and
Intermediate league ' 7. The pastor will
preach Sunday morning aad evening.
EMMANUEL FULL GOSPEL MISSION
4.20 State street, upstairs over the
Mans' Shop." Ralph D. Bullock, pas
tor, 480 S. Cottage street, phone 938M.
Services, 2:30 and 8 p. m. Sunday school
2:30 p. m. Young people's meeting, 6
p. m. neek-cay services: Wednesday.
Thursday and Saturday nights at 8
o'clock. AU are invited to see and hear
what the Lord ia doing in preparing His
people for His soon coming. We con
tend there are no contradictions in the
bible and" that we are commanded to
'earnestly contend for the faith on re
delivered unto the saints," Jute 3. The
Acts of the Apoetlea records that faith.
THE AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH
On Church street between Cbemeketa
and Center. Rev. P. W. Eriksen, pastor.
"Open Season On Excuses" which topic
The Rev. P. W. Eriksen, will discuss at
the morning services, 10:45. The season
of choice and the seriousness of life
make this course of time important. The
Sunday school at 9:30 with graded bible
classes, with R. C. Arpke teaching the
Adult bible class. J. E. Finden, super
intendent of the Sunday school with Mrs.
Clarence Byrd, primary department su
pervisor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Dr. Norman K. Tully, pastor. Sundsy
school at 9:30 a. m. Morning worship
at 10:45 at Waller HaU, Willamette un
iversity. Sermon by Rev. J. Lincoln El
lis; topic, "Have I a Right to My Opin
ion t" Young people's societies meet at
6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30 p.
m., in the new church building at Che
meketa and Winter streets. Sermon by
Rev. J. Lincoln Ellis: topic. "A Radio
Message From Hell." Mid-week prayer
service, 7:30 p. m., Thursday.
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD MISSION
Big tent revival, at the Riverside Auto
park. West Salem. H. Hansen in charge.
Suaday services: Sunday school 2 p. in.:
preaching at 3. M. J. Pierce, from the
Glad Tidinga Bible Institute. San Fran
cisco, Calif., will speak in the afternoon
and evening, and every night daring the
coming week at 8 o'clock. Ha has been
in the evangelistic work for some time,
preaching in various parta of California,
and the Lord is blessing the meetings.
Services every night at 8; young people's
meeting Saturday night, in charge of Al
ma A. Dulleck. H. G. Cruger and wife,
of Spokane, Wash., in charge of the mu
sic and singing.
Cottage and Chemeketa streets. Rev.
Martin F. Ferrey,' minister. Church
school at 10 a. m., graded instruction.
Devotional services at 11 a. m. Subject
of the sermon, "India: One Hundred
Years of Brahmo Somai." Mrs. M. Fer
rey will sing, "Rest in the Lord," "Aria
From Elijah. Mrs. W. A. Denton at the
Center and Liberty. Charles K. Ward,
pastor, 440 Center. Service, 11 a. m.
Sermon topic, "The Repellent Christ."
Mrs. Harry lia,rmawj 11 be soloist for the
services during the summer month. Sun
day school, 9:45; Mark McCallister. Supt.
Week-day service: Thursday at 8 o'clock
bible study and prayer. The business
meeting of the Woman's Union will not
be held Wednesday.
JASON LEE MEMORIAL M. E. CHURCH
Regular services will be held at the
Jason Lee Memorial M. I'., church, corner
North Winter and Jefferson streets, on
the coming- Lord's day.. Public worship
will be held at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m.
The pastor, who hss just returned from
seven weeks' leave of absence, to at
tend the General Conference of the
Methodist church, held in Kansas City
during the month f May, will occupy
the pulpit at both services. His theme
both morning and evening will be "The
General Conference in Action." In the
evening the specific theme will be:
"America's Greatest Negro Orator In
Action." The Maxwell family of this
city have kindly consented to sing Rome
Negro spirituals for ua at this service.
Other services of the day are: church
. : '
Remember the Larmer Transfer and Storage has mov
ing vans and good supply of blankets and pads for furni
Have just completed our new three story concrete .,
warehouse and are now well prepared to handle best of
furniture and pianos.
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When ready call 930 and let us serve you.
aekaal at :45 a. am. Xpwortk Learn a
devotional aerrieoe tt T f. a, aad Opoa
rnm for adalta at the aaaaa boar la the
ckarek ecbeol aaaer. Special atteatioa
ia called ta tka Daily Vacation Bible
eebaol wkiek ia ta ba caadaeted ia tkia
ckarek beginntag oa K on day aaoralag 9
a. nt aad will coatinaa far tbraa week
oack Burning 9 ta 12 aoen. Opoa ta all
ckildrea age ft to XX. Come aad feat
oar welcome at an aervicea.
riBSt METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner . State aad Chareh. F. C. Tar
tar, neater, 63 8tate, phoaa 974. Mar
garet K. Satkerlaad, director religions
education, phone 972. Serrieea, 11 a.
m., and- 7:30 p. an. Barmen topics: a.
-. "God'a Wander Man." St. Joka'a
Sunday. 7:30 p. m Ckildrea Day serv
ice ky tka Sunday aekaoL Special ni
ne: Anthem by tka choir at the morn
ing service, :Baw Dawn Thine Ear"
Shaekely; "Rock at Agea." Dadley
Buck. Sunday school: Classes far all
ages and grades. H. F. Skaaka. Sapt.
Epwortk leagues: AU chapter united.
Topic, "Tke Ckristiaa'a Leianre Time."
Leader, Grace Helmaa. Week-day serv
ices: Ladies Aid Circles aa Wadaeacnv
afternoon. The indies of tke Yomaree
class aa Friday afternoon joined ky their
us oanas in ia eveaiag at tke ken ef
Mrs. K. B. Millard. ISIS D iumL Tfcnr..
dy evening mid-week prayer aad pra.se
tic iwu ay ta passer. Bataroay at
Gieae-Powera a cooked food aale soon-
terel by the first Church Chapter of
tke Epwortk League.
J. Pierpont Morgan had to serve
on the" jury the other day. Thus
is our democracy again vindicated.
Tender, Young and Tasty
We are fortunate in
Prime Choice Beef
Beef Roasts Pot Roasts
17V2C lb. 1 15c lb.
Swiss Cut Round Steaks - 24c lb.
Nothing nicer for pan or oven
Fancy Tender Delicious Small
SIRLOIN STEAK T-BONE STEAKS
20c lb. 24c lb.
Boneless Freshly Made
ROLLED ROASTS f16!?
OQ,. If, 17Y2C lb.
aaalOV IU Limit 3 lbs.
Sugar Cured Best Creamery
SLICED BACON Butter
25c lb. 43c lb.
Dependable Quality at Low Prices
Originators of Low Prices
351 STATE STREET
Out of consideration to
Rickey Folk Visiting v
In California and East
RICKEY, June 16. (Special) .
Mrs. Arthur Binegar left Thurs
day on a visit to San Francisco.
Calif. The trip will be made by
auto in company with Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Van Cleave of Portland. .
Mr. and! Mrs. J . Hoots and
daughter ,oif. Washington were re
cent guests of Robert Hoots.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harris spent
Sunday in Portland.
Mrs. T. W. Allaee and son Ray
mond left last week for a visit to
I ' Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hunt of
Shaw visited Mrs. Hunt's father,
B. B. Gesner, Friday.
f Hi csnfitla Bmr w t
being able to offer
our employes we close
at 7 p. m.