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CLEAR LAKE. Dec. 27. (Spe
cial) A head-oo collision of the
can driven by William Collard
and Robert Massev, Saturday
moralag In the hollow In front of
Alex Harold's place, resulted in
bo serious injuries to the occu
paats of either machine. Alice
Mt j sustained several cuts and
braises and Pearl Jones had sev
eral stitches taken In a cut across
ber nose and two stitches in a
wou4 on her leg. Neither Rob
ert ICassey nor Mina Beckner
were injured. William Collard.
the only occupant of the car he
was driving, received a few cuts
and bis spectacles were broken
Both cars were taken to Salem for
Several cases of illness are re
ported around Clear Lake. The
Roy Smith family has suffered
from Influenza and severe colds
The members of the Cecil Boyd
family have been confined at
CI LIGHT INJURIES
' borne with illness. Lunelle Cha-
pia Jnst recovered from an attack
of tbo "flu."
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Collard en
tertalaed relatives at dinner
Christmas day. Those present
wore: Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Brixey
aa4 daughter Winifred. Mrs
Clara Collard. Mrs. Sarah E
Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bar-
nott, Claire and William Collard.
Evelyn Cain and the hosts
The Christmas program given
at tbo church Sunday evening de
lighted the audience. Illness and
an accident presented difficulties
against which the program com
mittee had to labor to present
their splendid program. A beau
tifml and difficult star drill given
by ton girls won high praise from
BMUty of those present.
Tbo complete program is:
-Come Thou Almighty King,"
ooag by congregation.
r t Invocation, the Rev. Mr.
vSJoy to the World," congrega
tion. "And There Were Shepards,"
song by choir, Sophia Garner,
Pearl Baker, Claire Collard. Alice
blasooy, Lenore Jones. Harold Du
toit. Robert Massey and W. P.
Recitation, Opal Scheuerman.
Vocal solo, "O Babe Divine,"
Star drill with Christmas car
ols by Neva Smith. Ada May
Smith. Edith For en, Evelyn Cain.
Lunelle Chapin, Mina Beckner,
Shirley Dicky, Thelma Lambert,
Claire Collard, and Nellie Clem
ent. Duet, Verda Schafer and Alice
"Matchless Gift," choir.
Duet, "Luther's Cradle Hymn,"
Evelyn Beckner, Neva Smith.
Solo. "O Night Divine," Mrs.
Address, the Rev. Mr. Scheuer
man. Offering for missions.
-Adore Him," choir.
NORTH SANTIAM. Ore., Dec.
18. (Special) A capacity 'audi
ence enjoyed the splendid Christ
mas program Saturday night, put
on by the Sunday school under the
supervision of John Miller, and
the public school, under the su
pervision of the teacher. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Powell,
Miss Elma Powell and Roy Cobb,
after spending a few days with
relatives here, returned Thursday
to their homes at Tyee.
Elton Bond, who spent the past
gammer at Asotin. '"Wash., re
turned Thursday and expects to
spend the rest of the winter with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clayton
anil little daughter June of Rose-
bare, after having spent a few
days with relatives here, went on
to Portland Wednesday where Mr.
Clayton, who 1b a cartoonist, hopes
te find a position wjtta one of the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guenkel,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reeves and
children, Lois and Dwlght, of Me
hama, spent the Christmas holi
days at the some of Mr. and Mrs,
O. B. Bond.
"for extra servicer
11 JOINT PROGRAM
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IT. JOHV-S X.TTTHSBAJI
Sixteenth aad A trt It W. Gross.
putr. ZaxlisB. HnifM at :5. German
t 11. Soadaj school at t; a Bible
C HEIST LUTHSBAjr
State and 18th street. Tna Rcr. A. L.
Helae. pastor. German eerriee at 8:45
a. aad EnrHsa eei lieej at 11 a. m.
Bandar ackoot at 8:40 a. m. Martha
Betterman. Bust. Luther learue devo
tional meeting at 7:30 p. m. Topic: The
Prophet iMmel. Clara Siebent, leader in
EVANGELISTIC TULL GOSYEL
(Affiliated with General Council Assem
blies of God)
Corner 13th and Ferry Streets. Block
oath and block east supreme court
bnildin. Sunday school 1:45 p. m
Preachinr. 8 n. a. Zveninc cospel eer-
fice, 7:80. You are inrited to all oar
gerriees. Earle V. Gennison. pastor. Ets
M. Jesmson, assistant. Jrnone zaiu.
Corner of Winter and Cbemeketa
streets. The Rev. Norman K. Tally I. D
pastor. Church school 9:90 a. m. H. E
Barrett. Sunt. Classes with competent
teachers for all afee. Morning worship
11 o'clock. Sermon, "The Master Spirits
of the At. Dr. Tully. Christian En
deavor societies meet at 6:30 p. m. Ere
nin wprthip 7:80 o'clock. Sermon,
"The Gospel for an Age of Disillusion."
There will be special music at both ser
vices. HIGHLAND rsUEJTDS
- Corner Church aatf Highland. Edgar
P. 81ms. nastor. Bible school at 10 a. m
J. M. Gardner, fiupt.. and E. M. Beckett,
Asst. Sunt., classes for all ares. wor
thin st 11 a. m. Subject: "The Soul
Disease." Junior C. t. at 6:80 p. m
Mrs. Minnie Beckett, leader. Senior C. E.
8:80 n. an. Ereninr service 7:80 n. :
Subject: ''Two Resurrections." Special
sinrini- at each service. We extend an
invitation to all who do not regularly at
tend other churches.
TOST GEKMAW BAPTIST
North Cottage and 'V. streets. G. W.
Batsch. minister. G. Seauake. assistant
minister. Sunday school 9:45 a. as. Dan
Sebinnan. Supt. Service 11 a. m. Topic:
"Preparations of Meet in r God." A lit
erary program will be given by oar B. T.
r. v. at 7:su Bonds? evening, watch
night service beginning 9 p. m. ia prom
ised to be of great interest to all who
eaa attend. Refreshments will be served.
All services are la German. "Come those
with as and wa will do thee good."
OASTLB UXTTESf BRETHREN
"The Chare- la Englewood"
L. W. Biddle, pastor. Phone SC22X.
Bible sahool convenes at 10 a. m. les
son, "Paal the World Christian." Morn
ing worship 11 a. m. Sermon "Over a
New Road. ' The Junior C. E. will meet
st 2:80 p. m. Senior C. E.. 6:0 p. m.
topic, 'Learning from Experience."
Evening wort hip 7:30 p. m. Sermon:
"Twelve New Things for the New Man."
A crowded house enjoyed "The Littlest
Son," a Christmas story and song ser
vice given by the choir and pastor last
Corner Marion and liiberty atreets.
Robert L. Payne, pastor. Fred Broer, Sun
day school superintendent and director of
music. Louise Findley, organist. Sunday
school with five departments 9:45 a. m.
Morning preaching service 11 'leek.
Sermon topic: "The Woman of Samaria."
Also sermonette for children. Three young
people's meeting 6:80 p. m. Evening
preaching service 7:30. Sermon topic.
'Thrice Born Men." Special asasic at
both services. The ordinance of Bap
tism will be administered at the eve
FORD MEMORTAX, COMMUNITY
West Salem, eorner Girth avenus and
Third street. M. A. Groves, pastor. Res.
978 Edgewater street. Phono 1841-R.
Services: Sunday school 10 a. m. J). C.
Seborn, Supt. Classes for all agea. Begin
the new year right by coming to Sunday
sehooL Morning worship 11:00. Jnnior
league 11 a. n.. Marie Sebern. Supt. In
termediate league 6:80 p. m. Senior
league 0:30 p. m. Evening service 7:30.
Sermon subjects: Morning, '-'Growth in
Grace." Mrs. Groves aad Sarah Bridge-
man will sing. Evening, "Running the
Christian Race." Special music.
pastor will preach at both services.
CHURCH OF THE NAEARENE
One block south .of Center on 19th. L:
D. Smith, pastor, phone 2940. Res. 1249
S. Commercial. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
rnnit Lltwiiier, Bunt, in charge. "The
suucay scnoot with a. heart. The
children' choir will sing. Morning wor
ship and sermon at 11:00. Fvanreliat
and Mrs. K. F. Wilde will beein a re
vival eamnairn. Mr. Wild - f
the great eat 'singer in the religious
world, and is called the "Caruso of sac
red sons-." Mrs. Wild will ,k.,..
of the music. They will sinr dueta with
guitar accompaniment. Vr. Wilde will
sing solo and will preach at each eer-
p. m. Mis The Sampson, president
la charge. Evening evangelistic service
st 7:80 with the Wilde evangelistic party
' Come early if you want a
seat. The revival services will continue
" i-wvLJi. mce as o :
each evening through "the coming week.
Member Commercial Associates, Ia. the) large t Farnitnre Bnrlng Organliatloa In the V. 8.
TjrTZRHATIOVAX. BIBLE STtTDEJffTS
Meeta Bandar at 1160 Broadway, from
3:80 to 4:80 n. m. for Bible atady. Fu
neral service in Salem .and vicinity,
coadacte with oat charge.
lfZXX. STREET M. E.
Fifteenth and Mill streets. Patrick
Dahlia. Mater. Sundav school 9:46 a. at
Mis father Erirkioo, Supt. Morning
worsain 11 a. as. Topis. "Men Wanted
League 6:80 p. an. Evening service 7:80
Center and Liberty street. 9:45, Sun
day school. Mark MeCaUitter. Supt
Claaaea for all aaas. 11:00. "The Mrs
ege Jesus Brought." 7:30, "The
Benefactor" with four reels ot itm-v-ihk
O'ctarea of the life and works of
Thomas A. Edison. Special music at both
services by a mixed quartet. Start the
New Tear right' by going to ehureh.
Charle X. Ward, minister.
Hia-h and Center streets. D. J. Howe
pastor. Res. 765 N. Cottage street. Mr.
and Mrs. Clsvton E. Jackson, assistants
Res. 967 X. 6th St. Elble school 9:45
a. m. O. J. Hull, Supt. We are counting
on you being present In some department
of the church school. Sunday morning.
Worship, 11 a. m. 8-pecial music: luet
g (Lieurance, mt. ana Mrs.
Clayton Jackson. Sermon, "Those that
Sail with Thee." pastor. Christian En
deavor, 6:80 p. m. In the evening the
large choir will present the Christmas
cantata. "The Christ C1M," (Petrie).
This cantata consists of choruses, quar
tettes, duets, trios, solos and a aeztet.
COURT STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST
Court and 17th. Vorrit J. Reesoner,
minister, 414 So. 19th. All regular serv
ices nest Lord's Day the last of the
year. Bible school at the usual hour, fol
lowed by morning worship at 11. Eve
ning worship at 7:80. Either the pastor
or his wife will speak, morning and evening.
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Salem's Leasing Department Stars
Every Department Participating In
this GREAT CLEARANCE
ARE INCLU DED IN OUR
THROUGHOUT ENTIRE STORE
(Contract lines excepted)
'furniture - Company ,
The Mew 6segon"tatesman
fust gnxxTVAxxtr chttbch
-vTBl U services. Fraternal mpU.
17 Center etreot this Sunday vento
i T:tQ s'etock. Te Bv. LaeOa. X- l
allav will ba soeie s4 Steeaate
hearef. Suhieot: 'Transt lguvea.-'
Corner ef Caemekets aad if. 17th.
Partor: O. B. Erskine. Baa. S6s 1. 17th-
St. Phone: 10O8W. eewleas li a- m.
d 7:80 p. a. Sermon topUsj A Motto
r Tha Hew Tear." and 'Foaltiv aad
Negative Secrets ef Happiaeea." Bon
day school 10 a. at. O. B St ran ban gh.
Supt. ChrirtUn Endeavor: w.ov. iaer:
KNIGHT MEMORIAL CONGREGA
TIONAL Nineteenth ante Ferry streets. H. C.
Stover, minister. Sunday aehool at 10
a. m. C. C. Herrii, Supt. Morning wor
ship at 11. Sermon, "Making the New
Tear New." Solo, "Oiva Thanks and
Sing" (Cuthbert Harris). Mis Pearl
tyre. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.
A communion service at 7 1 80. Sermon
en "Things that Abide." Anthem. "Ma
jestie Sweetness Sits - Enthroned."
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
"Christian 8i-i?nre'' will be the sub
ject of the lesson sermon in First Church
of Christ, Scientist, which is a branch
of the Mother Church. The First Chnrrh
ot Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
Services are held on Sunday morning ai
1 o'clock and in the evening at 8
o'clock. Sunday school convenes at 9:45
for the olCer classes and at 11 o'clock
for the younger classes. Tha reading
room is maintained at 40 Matonlo Tem
ple where the Bible and all authorise'!
Chrittian Science literature may be read
borrowed or purchased. All are cordially
invited to attend the services and to
the reading room.
JASON LEE METHODIST CHURCH
N. Winter st Jefferson. Castor: iui-it
E. Gardner. Re. '840 Jefferson. Phone
2284. Services 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Sermon topic, morning, "The Mind of
Christ." Special music roornin; by the
Gilbert quartette an'l in tu ev - r
the ladies' double trio. The choir will
lead tha congregational siusin
school 9:45. Supt. H. 11. . Carpen-.er.
Meeting of the four groups of leaguers
at 6:30. 7:80, Devotional service, choir
practice. Eible study aad mission class.
Mrs. Ilia T. JSandford of Seattle. Well
ington state lecturer for tha W. C T. TJ.,
will be the speaker Sunday evening at
the praise service.
SaTem, Oregon, SahtrSay ttorntng. December 19, 19 f 8
Cottage aad Cbemeketa street.
. Marti F. Ferrey, minister. C
Ber. Martlai F. Ferrey, minister. Ohnreh
school at 10 a. a. Or4i instruction.
. . . . - - . 4 . a.vlu
Dotiai servleee at 11 a. at. Sub
r'WaJo fja tttfwds Still."
Martin lTFry will effer a a
tralto sq. "There Cam Upon tksMIC
sight OWr," fcy Harker. Mrs. W. A.
Deainn at tha ma. Mrs. Facrey will
also atng Schabert'a "My Three Suaa."
FIRST METHODIST BF1SCOFAL
Corner 8tate ond Church. F. O. Taylor,
paster. Ree. 686 8 tat. Phone: 974. Di
rector religious education: Margaret K.
Sutherland. Pbena, 872. Services, 11
a. m. and T:80 p. n. Sermon topics:
Morning. "Th Divine Cleansing." The
Holy Communion will be observed at
both services. Evening. "Christ's Mes
sage for the New Year." Prof. T. S.
Roberta at the organ will play . "Agnus
Deo" by Biset- and " .Romania" by Zit
terbart. Mra. Sheldon Saekett will slag.
Church aehool 9:45 a. m. Classes for all
ages. Epworth leagues: Joint meeting of
university and First church chapters.
Topic: "Home Coming." Loafer, Eu
genie Savage. Junior high chapter topic,
Why We Worship." Leader, Glenn Gal
laher. .. inior church meet with the adult
nngreg-s lion for the quarterly commun
South Commercial and Myers streete.
8. Darlow Johnson, pastor, ftes. 84S E.
Myers St.. Phone 2764. Morning wor
ship at 11 o'clock. Anthem, Come
Urto Me" (Simpson). Sermon by the
pastor, "Beginning and Ending." Happy
r:--ning Hour 7:30 to 8:30. The pastor
will speak on "Autobiographies." Sun
nay school begins at 9:45 sharp. A. C.
Bohrnstedt. Supt. Departmentaliied. A
place for all from cradle roll to old age.
Church school league In Leslie hall at 11
a. m. Intermediate league, Margaret
Leavenworth, Supt., meet in the social
room at 6:30. Asbury and Leslie
leagues will meet together in the Live
Wire Room for a Home Coming service
led by Miss Elsie Tucker and beginning
with social hour at 5 o'clock. All for
mer members are especially invited.
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The prophecy is so clear and simple that even a child can understand it; yet it deals
with the mightiest war ever fought in this world Armageddon, the wind-up of hu
man history. It shows the meteoric rise of Japan, which has made more progress in the
last 30 years than any other nation in history, and is fast becoming the leader of the
colored races of the world. There are two colored persons to every white person in the
" world. Napoleon said that he would never go to war with people of the Orient for
fear they might learn the use of modern arms. He foresaw a great racial war. You
have heard men's opinions. Why not get an authoritative statement from God's
word? If "you are from Missouri' so much the better, as there will be plenty of evi
dence produced, as Japan is actually mentioned by name in the Bible. If you are a
little late, come anytiow; we will try to make room for you. Don't stay away for anything.
SUNDAY, DEC. 30, 7:45
"One of the features of the meetings 0f Professor
C. T. Everson la the large number of men attend
ing, more than half the audience being composed
of men New York Mail
THB AMERICAN LUTHERAN
Church street between Chemeheta sni
Canter. The Rev. P. W. Knee.ee-,
tot. "Th Aecoantmg - P'
Tear's aerason at 11 - 8?Ddr,
TiSO, tha Bov. Erlksen will giv the
third lscturs in the aeries f
the Bible ia PieUroa.." Th's educ.tioal
film is very inatruetive and folks '
see the pictar- t P;1 . "2?
of lesrafns. It 9:44 tha Chareh Blbls
sahooL The Luther leagues at 6:30.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
Church and Cbemeketa streets. The
Rev. H. Duncan Chambers, rector. The
service will bo at tha asnal hours. 7:80
a. m. in it ehspal and 11 s. . m the
main ehnreh. Tho Christmas music wi
bo repeated. Tho church school will
. -. n . . I. tha nariah house.
The members of the choir are requested
to come prepare to sing at 1 ov
state penitentiary. Luncheon will be
served for those who are going m the
SOUTH SILVERTON. Ore.-. Dec.
28. (Special) Mrs. Samantha,
Bowers ia very 111 at her home.
Due to her advanced age. her re
covery is doubtful. Mrs. Bower?
has lived in this community all
her life and is known to every
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Havernick
of McMinnville were Sunday
guests at the former's parents
Miss Myrtle Moore of Portland
C. T. EVERSON
Lecturer of New York
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was the guest mt her sister, lire.
A. A. Greer, F cunsimaa.
The Evergreen scnooi gave m
excellent program issi riu.y
- The Rev. and Mrs. 6. W. Hall of
MeMlnnville and Mrs. 8. J. Com
of Sllverton were guests
Solday. Tuesday and Wednesday
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of the country has been eagerly anticipated and
his up-to-date teachings hare awakened deep in
terest." New York American. '- J77
at the Edson Comstock home. Ad
ditional Christmas evening guests
at the Comstocks were Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Whitman of San Jo
Cat., Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sylvtsttr
and daughters Miriam and Shir
ley, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Day and
daughters, Lutetta and Orma. all
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