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One of the most Interesting
meetings of the year for the bus.
IneM and Professional Women's
clnb was that of Thursday night,
at the Woman's clubhouse when
the mothers of the members and
friends were entertained. The clnb
bonse had been artistically dec
orated with spring flowers and ar
ranged most attraetlTely for the
Stunts formed the main part of
.the entertainment with the organ
ixatlon being divided into groups
each of which presented a stunt.
The nominating committee won
the prise which will be presented
at the next meeting of the hud.
Those appearing In stunts were
Health committee: Skit played
hv Grace Sehon as A. B.. Grace U
Taylor m P. A.; Irene Harrington
as M. A.. Irene Breunaupt as w
T., Dr. Mary B. Purrlne as M. D.
- Finance committee: mea u
find ways and means of raising
moner. Finaly decided to as
. Browning Amusement company to
bar their proceeds. Members
taking part were Phebe MeAdams.
chairman. Amy Martin, Edna Pur-
Headouarters committee: Had a
"Grand Opening" portrayed by
- Julia Webster, , Edith Bagley,
Vtndi Presnall. Merle Dlmlck.
Publicity committee: May Hale
was Madame X wno toia past, pre
sent and future of members pre
sent by readtn the crystal.
- New members.- Nineteen , new
" members have Joined the club, Joy
Hills, Irene Brelthnupl. Mrs. Kln
sey, Irene Harrington represents!
.'new members and pledged their
cooperation. - - ,
j Membership committee: , EihUy
irA hirman "La Maine R.
? rriark. Esther -Haasdoro. Amy
; Martin. Bditk--Burcb Ires. Brelt-
Grace Sehon.. Ellen tower, in an-
- propria eosrstme nan amwtaw
.a f.l lavaltv , "
) NonUnatlnf committee: Grace
t. Tamtar chairman- Emma KaXhs
! . W J m
' u.i.v TintlL MeAdtmi bad ameet-
- lag anal endeaaored to get.fld et
' flaen to accept hfc one and all
: deltoe4. .Thy. fdtd nerchoose to
. run.' -r ., - ...
sang 'Little Mother of Mine" and
"Laddie".' accompanied by Miss
Ruth Bedford who also accom
nanied Mlsa Rachel Bayne who
" inf-.i. nui.. mnA "Ton
fin aavMW r
"are a." Wonderful Mother.?
The oldest mother present was
Mrs." Josephine Taylor and Mrs.
Susan Varty presented her with a
corsage in behalf ot the clnb.
following tbe program reiresn
taenia were served by the commit
tee in charge, Mrs. Nora Balrd.
Maude Pointer, Ruth Moore. Geor
gia MeClean, Clare Patterson.
Mary Hill, Ellen Tower and Susan
in the bnsiness session whicn
wa3 held Thursday night, several
important decisions and announce
ments were made. Delegates 10 me
state convention to be held in En
pen were announced as follows:
Jnlls. Webster. May Cleveland.
Mona Toder, Maude Presnall. Ed
na Pnrdv. Grace Sehon. Kutn
Alternates: Ruth MeAdams,
4; rare T Tavlor. Phebe MeAdams
RlanehA Isherwood. Slgne Paul
son. Edith Burch. Clara McNeill.
Ruth MeAdams is convention
chairman, Grace Sehon. stunt
chairman and La Molne R. Clark
sone leader for the convention.
neieeatea were instructed to
vote on the following Important
measures to come up:
Reduction of national dues,
reduction of price and site of club
pin; each local club is to receive
any profits from sale of emblem
instead of these going to national
organization. It will be recom
mended to change the national
headquarters from New York City
to a middle section city, which
will, be more convenient for mem-
' bers to visit.
' The president. Miss Shade Is to
assign the members who will at
tend, to the various round table
discussions to be held Saturday
morning. Any other member plan
ning to go should notify Rutb Me
Adams at once at 1692-M.
Mrs. C. W. Holder
New Club President
The Liberty Woman's club held
Its final meeting of the year last
Thursday at the home of Mrs. F.
L. Scott. There was a record at
tendance. A picnic luncheon, was
served at one o'clock followed by
the regular business, including
the election of officers. Mrs. C W.
Holder, president; Mrs. N. J. Fair,
vice-president and Mrs. Al Brown
Interesting reports on the coun
ty federation meeting were given
by the several delegates. The fol
lowing subjects were discussed
with favor (or study for the com
ing year:- "interior decoration,
"the art . of conversation," and
The program of two poems giv
en by Helen and Patsy Daach. a
reading by Mrs. Bruce Cunning
ham and .. two vocal numbers by
Mrs. Dorothy Hubbard was a de
lightful climax to a happy after,
noon. ' .
1309 Court St. .
Owing to leaving rtty-greatljr
reduced prices on all Art goods,
Chinese . embroideries, linens,
etc. - r
News and Club Affairs
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Ouve M. Doak,
Mrs. Alice Dodd !
Is Luncheon Speaker !
Mrs. Alice Dodd addressed the
lmembers ot the Woman's Alliance
of the Unitarian church at their
regular monthly luncheon meeting
Friday afternoon at the church on
the subject of "Shawls." Because
of having much time in travel in
the Orient and the far east Mrs.
Dodd was able to speak intimately
cn the subject after having made
a comprehensive study of shawls
in many of the countries of which
a'.'c spoke Friday afternoon.
Many of Salem's most beautiful
examples of old and rare shawls
were on display to aid in illus
trating the lecture. Among these
shawls was a hand blocked wool
shawl 100 years old owned by
Hrs. J. Vogt; a Roman stripe, silk
shawl bought in Algiers by- Mrs.
E. C. Cross; a black silk Chinese
shawl embroidered In gorgeous
colors, the property of Mrs. D. J.
Fry, Sr.; a huge Paisley of very
fine weave owned by Mrs. Ed
Rosteln; an exquisite all white
embroidered Chinese shawl and a
black lace Chantilly loaned by
Mrs. Joe Albert, both heirlooms;
a genuine Indian shawl loaned by
Miss Elisabeth Lord and other
kshawls loaned by Mrs. H. J. Cle
ments, Mrs. R. J. Hendricks, Mrs.
C. H. Parks, and Mrs. Alice Dodd.
Shawls were discussed from the
countries of China, India, Persia,
Turkey, Italy, France and Eng
land. This lecture ctiscussion was
one of the most Interesting which
the Alliance has enjoyed for some
a a a
Chapter C, P. E. O. V
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uects iveiegates -j-;
Delegates for the P. E. O. con
vention in craukaqle .this next
week were Elected at the regular,
meeting of Chapter O. of the P.
E. O. sisterhood at the borne of
Mrs. W. W. Moore, Thursday aft
exnooar , These, are Mrs. 'W. M.
3aaKk. Hr. A. T. Wootpert. and
Mrs. C. A. Sprmgne ....... , .
Aside fJim'the election of dele-,
gats a program hour wa enjoyed
at which time Mrs. E- J.,Hnftma
rsad a paper on "Famous' Moth
ers ' In boner of the clnb s cele
bration of Mother's day. Musical
numbers were presented, by, Mollie
Hill Styles, guest from chapter
: Assisting Mr. Moore at tbe tea
hour were Mrs. Gardner- Knapp
and Mrs. W. H Wirts.
Special guests for this interest
ing afternoon were Mrs. Mollie.
Hill Styles, Mrs. M. A. Thompson,
Mrs. Ada Gibler. Mrs. H. C.
CoughUn, Mrs. C: A. Sprague.
Mrs. Mary Bayne, Mrs. Smuk, and
"Salem night," the opening
night for the talent contests spon
sored by the Marlon county fed
eration of community clubs, will
be held at the Elstnore theatre
Friday night. May 24. In the aft
ernoon of-that day the parade
event and band contest Will be
held occupying the full afternoon.
Tbe evening program will) con
sist of some talkie features for
entertainment, and then the musi
cal program presented by music
organizations of Salem. The fol
lowing will take part: Salem
chorus, directed by Prof. R. W
Hans Seits; the Willamette uni
versity quartette: the Willamette
university men's glee club ot 20
voices; Willamette unixerslty
woman's glee clnb of 20 voices;
American Legion quartette direct
ed by Lena Belle Tartar; Calvary
Baptist -church mixed chorus.
a special ieaiure wui be a
group of violin solos by a six-year
old girl from Portland, Jacquilin
Mrs. Ronald Glover
Dinner Party Hostess
Mrs. Ronald Glover entertained
with a family dinner at her home
Wednesday evening honoring her
husband s birthday anniversary
Covers were placed for the honor
guest Ronald Glover, Mr. and Mrs,
Ralph Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Ed P
Groen and daughter Zephne of
Silverton, Mrs. Effie W. Dunlap
and Mrs. Glover.
Mrs. Glover will leave today In
company with Mrs. Dunlap for a
motor trip up the Columbia river
highway. Monday they will Tlstt
the Rev. William Byers and fam
ily. From there they will motor
on to Heppner. where they will
rlsit Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Keith
Drake. Mrs. Drake was formerly
Miss Emma Wright of Salem. The
travelers expect to be gone two
To Present Play
A two-act comedy "Not a Man
In the House." will be given by
member of the Salem Heignts
clnb. Wednesday evening. May 22.
Mrs. D. H. Craig Is directing, tne
nantomime and Mrs. George Wil-
aan la directlnr the nlar.
The nroceeda will be used to
wards payment on the new stage
in the community hall.
Last Day for Shrub
We close sales yard for season
Everything greatly redaced
Real Bargatfas '
240 N, Liberty
A. A. U. W. at Gray
ilelle, IS: St. Mrs. Virginia
Mrs. A. L. Dark is
The South Central circle of the
Jason Lee church was the guest
of Mrs. A. L. Dark at her home
Wednesday afternoon. The guest
rooms were beautifully decorated
with Iris, tnlips, and lilacs.
Following a abort bnsiness
meeting at which Mrs. C. M. Rob
erts presided a program was given.
Those appearing on the program
were Mrs. Mark Wilber. in two
solos. Mrs. Clifton Mudd who
read, and Miss Barbara Barham
who played, two saxophone solos
assisted by Miss Dora Dark.
A tea bour followed this pro
gram. The tea table was centered
with pink tulips and pink tapers.
Mrs. W. W. Chadwick poured and
Miss Barham and Miss Dark
It was decided in the early aft
ernoon business meeting that the
circle would take charge of the
annual Fellowship meeting at
6:30 o'clock May 21, at the
Enjoy Regular Meet
The - Willing Workers of the
First' Christian church held their
monthly business and social meet
ing at the home of ' Mrs. ' Arthur
Prints Highland' avenue Wednes
day afternoon. - Spring - flowers
nude gay decorations for the liv
ing rooms. '
At .the. close of a brief bnsiness
meeting a program was given fol
lowed by refreshments with which
the hostess- was -assisted in serv
ing by Mrs. B. W. Mcy. Mrs.- Fay
Humphrey, Mrs.. C. M. Epley, and
Mrs. Gertrude Klrkpstrtek.
&oats for the - itieraoM Were
Mrs. .WJbV HJekaibier,. Mrs. J. C.
Turner. Mrs George Gibson, Mrs.
V. 1- Cochran. JUtts. JXJ. .Howe.
A. F. Noth. Mrs. C. F. ReWy, Mra
Karl Wood.Mrs. V. I. MeGahaa.
Mrs; H..E.. Evaas. Mrs. G. .T. Cree,
Mrs. William Mar. Mrs. A. A. Car
per.- Mrs. J. D. Seas. Mrs. .Ottn
McDowell. -Mm. Albert Cox. Mrs.
Glen Hunter. Mrs. C. J. EmerteV.
Mrs.;C, E. Boweh. Mrs. A. B. Seely.
"Mrs. E. J. Reator, Mrs. E. L. Rea-
ney. Mrs. William Gietton. Mrs:
George Alderln, Mrs: C. E. Lee.
Mrs. Del mar Wadell. Mrs. Har
ry Hunt: Mrs. E. W. Cooley, and
Mrs. L. H. Dunn. Special a-uests
were Mrs. W. S. BIdwell, Mrs. J.
B. Foster, Mrs. C. J. Andrews, and
Mrs. Dean A. Schomaker.
Planned by Mrs. Ferry
Mrs. Martin Ferrv is dnfnr tho
delightful thing by planning three
garaen parties for the coming
week. The first one will be for th
children of the Unitarian church.
iney win meet in the parsonage
and church garden at 12:30 fol
lowing church services. Sunday.
Miss Ethelwynne Merton will
assist Mrs. Ferry Monday at which
time members of the Alpha Chi
Omega and their children will be
entertained with the second gar
den party. The garden will be open
between the hours of three and
Again on Tuesday a garden ben.
efit bridge tea is nlanned for all
the ladies of the church and their
friends. Mrs. Elsa Ebsen and Mrs
Kay MacDonald will assist Mrs.
Mrs. J. Carson, Sr.
The most popular guest of the
season has been Mrs. E. Hofer
whose departure from Salem for
the new Hofer home on Abernathy
Heights, Portland, has caused her
to be entertained again and again
by her many Salem friends of long
standing. The latest party to hon
or her was the one o'clock lunch-
eon given oy Mrs. jonn uarsou,
Sr. Thursday. I
Iris, tulips, bridlewTeath and
mixed spring flowers were used
about tbe rooms In most attractive
manner, ' while tiny pink ' potted
plants centered each of the four
tables where luncheon' was served
and later "800" was in play.
High score for the "500" after
noon was given to Miss Zoe Stock
ton, second prise to Mrs. Hal Pat
ton and the guest prise to Mrs.
The guest list for the affair was
the honor guest, Mrs. E. Hofer
and Mrs. Edgar Hartley. Mrs. D.
C. Mlnto. Mrs. Robert Downing,
Mrs. J. L, Stockton, Miss Zoe
Stockton. Mrs; William McGll
chrlst. Sr., Mrs. R. J. Hendricks,
Mrs. Hal Patton. Mrs. Rose Bab
cock, Mrs. Max Hofer, Mrs. Lawr
ence Hofer. Mrs. Clifford Farmer.
Mrs. Richard Wetjen, Mrs. John
Carson, Jr., Mrs. S. Thompson,
Mrs. C. D. Gabrielson and Mrs.
John Carson. Sr.
Mrs. Hofer will again be enter
tained with a line party this af
ternoon as the guest -of Mrs. R.
Have Social Evening
The Business Girls' class of the
First - Methodist Sunday school
held. Us. regular business and so
cial meeting at the home or Mr.
and Mrs. H. T.' Shanks. Mr.
Shanks, is 'the.: superintendent of
tne susrtiay scnooi.
Thosa present included Misses
l&titfc TWeh. Elsie' Miller. Clara
Miller, .Edna Miller, Minnie Mil
ler. Ruth MeAdams, Phoebe Me
Adams. Grace Allen. Augusta
Breithaupt, . Grace Kooeruon.
Lydla Hupt, Josephine Shade,
Iinr Tamnleton. Flora. WalaO.
Elisabeth Stbckhausen. and Bessie
Smith, and Mrs. Elsie Hill and the
host and hostess.'.
OHTJBCH OP HB VAXABEZTB
. Oaa black aoath of center oa 19tk.
L. D. Smith, pastor. 8tady phone 2840.
Res. 530 . K. 21st street. Phono 2110 W
Raaaav echool 9:45- ia the morninr. Mr,
Frank LitwlUer, . Snpt. in charge. The
largo children's choir will ciag. Classes
far all. Morning worsaip at ii:wv. r
man snbieet "Heaven, tho Souls Home"
Mr. aad Mrs. John 8. Preisen wiU sing
a dnet, and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schroder,
will also sing a duet. Young people's
meetings at 7 p.m. Kiss Then Samp
son, president, Mrs. C. M. Litwiller, lead
er. ' Sneeial ainging. Evening evalgel
istie service at 8:00. There will be a
haonr aana service. John S. Fretsen,
will have aa excellent male quartet here
(rem Dallas to atag several numbers.
Tho message of the evening- to young
people "Surmounting Difficulties" text
Josh. 13:1. 4 "There remaineth yet very
much land to be possessed. ham. 13:30
'Let ns go up at once and possess it, for
we are wel able to overcome it." Prayer
meetina- Wednesday eveninr at 8:00
Tonng People' a prayer meeting Friday
night at tho Hmaliwood borne liou is.
16th street. Mrs. C. M. Litwiller. in
State and 18th street. Sunday, May
19th. Pentecost Sanday the service will
be in German langnase at 10 a.m. Rev.
A. Krause of Portland will occupy the
pulpit. Sunday school at 9:4$. Mis
Martha Batterraan, superintendent.
Corner Capitol and Marion streets. W.
O. Lienkaemer, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:45. r. E. Kruse, superintendent.
English services at 10:30. Subject: "The
Oift ot Oviver." A Pentecostal sermon.
The Lord's Supper will bo administered.
peciai musie Dy tne enoir.
Caratt ISta Titj ttrU. twa
blocks sosta-sast af Soprtmt Coort
BIdf. BatanUr aigat si 8:00. Mr. ana
lira. Suml Haataa at SaaafSai. Caiaa
wil kpaak. Taaar aaapla ia caarc at
arriea. Saaaay Bibia acaaal 1:4S pja.
for aid aad yoaag. W. B. riaaay, tapar
iataadaat. ' aitcraooa araaebiag acrvio
at S ' clock. Tka Btuni at Caiaa will
agi a prearat Sif a ateuaca. E
aiag Mrriea at S:00, bat praeeCad by a
kslf hoar at archMtrsi mmie led by Hj
lia WUhi. A fotpal tenaoa to follow.
Tacaday asd Thnnday nifhtk at 8
a' clack. Aitaraaoa prayer aiectlas Wad
aaadar 3:30. Tha childrca'i cbarck
Sttarday, 3:30 p.at. Kin Lorcna Prrar
ia charr. Earla T. Jaaiaa, pactor.
Faaao 2050 M.
aXTXVTX SAT ASTXXTUT
Corner at 5tk aad Giiai. Sarrieet
Sabbath tehoat ( Sabbatk Satariay) 9:45
a.m. Mr. WhiteaonM leaCtr. Preacbiag
aerrica 11 a.m. - Bibla Stady O laaa 3
p.m. Min Stafford leader. Prayer meet-
T n-.j m 1" 1
aateer meetins mur B p.m. jara.
Kites, leader. Saaday eTeaias laetare
Sabject "A ilaa 3fade SnbatitaU for tbe
Atonement of Jeius Cbritt. Manufactured
freah every cay and millions of people
accepting of it. WiU it bold food ia the
last great oayf . .Teryoae weicana.
TtUT CKBIITTAJr CHtTBCH
High and Center street. D. J. Howe,
part or. Residenea 765 N. Cottage. Mr.
ana Mrs. ciaytoa . jacason. aaataiaata.
Resideaeo 960 Fairish. Bible school
9:45 a.m. San day ichool is growing
Sunday by Sunday. Cornel Morninr
worship 11 iOO ' clock. Special music
Anthem "Praise Te tha Lord" (Fisher)
Christian Endearor now start at 7:00
p.m. four societies and some very in
teresting meetings are being conducted
each one. Instead of tbe regular ev
ening semes the screen play lhe King
o f King's" will bo shown here. This is
truly a wonderfab picture and it is the
first time that yoa have had to see
it at your own price. & silver offering
will be taken. Prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at 8:00 o'clock.
Corner ot Marion as Liberty street.
Robert L. Payne, paatoav . Fred.Broer,
Sanday school tapt and director af mu
sic.- lmih naiey . argaaist. - bunday
school 9:45. ' Montiac preaehiar ser
vice 11 e'elock.- Sermon topic (Life's
BiTcr.) Sermoaetta for children. Three
Baptist Taaag People's aniens meetiag
at 7 a'clock. Evening preaching-sarvica
8 a clock. Soraon topic The Tampta-
tioas at Our Lord." Bpecial gospel by
tha choir at bath services. ' Old tnchianed
prayer meeting Thursday evening 8
IT. PAUL'S KPISCOPAX CHTJBOH
Whitc-Sanday aervicea Sunday. Barly
morning cervices at 7 j 30 o'clock. ... Holy
Communion. Sunday 'school at ' tbe' usu
al boar. - Hoi Communion st -tho 11
o-cloeb) services. Rev. John - Rice - of-
Parttnad. wilL have charge af hath ser-vieoa-r
Tho vested choir will haa spe
cial motie for tha later tcrvice st 11
o'clock. - - - -
Corner of Caart aad H4ah straata.- Kv.
W. Earl Cochran pastor.. Bible lebool st
9:45.' W. T. Jeaka. Sept. ' Graded- tar
slL s'sst; Ft china- services at 19:50
a.as. aad 8 . a.m. - Subject of naaraiac
sermon "Haw Mwrk Mfcnay- SnsH - I
Giv to Chriatiaa Warkt -Haw Shall I
Give It f" Anthem by tho chorus choir
"Still. Still with Thee'1 by , Speaks;
soio aarr to no taaea ny aara. vnariee
Davis. Ia tha . evening - the . patter will
peak on "What Are Ton Worth 1" with
vocal aolo by Mrs. Harry Harm "Tha
Publican." by Van derYater.' Senior-and
Iatermeriate B. Y.' at 7 o clock. Lead
er foe the Seniors Beevo Betts, using
tho topic 'Why. I Jesus the Worlt'i
Gratect Leader I" - rntermedtata leader
Eva Cochran, her topio being "Learning
Sclf-Mastery From Jesus." The regular
weakly prayer and fellowship meeting at
7:45 Wednesday evening., ito enoir re
hearsal this week on account af the State
Convention at Roaeburg May 21-24.
Hirhland and Church streets. Pastor
Edgar P. Sims. 'Residence 2343 Ma
nic. Fnone zusa w. worsnip 11 a.m
and 8 p.m. Bibla school 10 a.m. Super
intendent Earl Beckett. Toung people's
meetings Junior C. E. 6 p.m.. Senior
0. E. 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday
8 p.m. A bible study by pastor aa time
permits. Quarterly meeting Friday and
Saturday held at Rosedale.
FTK8T GERMAN" BAPTIST
N. Cottage and D Streeta. G. W.
Rutach minuter. G. Schunke assistant
minister. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Sam
Schirman Supt. Service 11 a.m. Ser
mon Topic ' 'Grieve Not the Holy
Spirit of Gog." Sermon Topic for the
evening service at 8 o'clock "Naaman of
Syria." Regular mid-week prayer meet
ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS
Will meet Sunday in convention at
Portland, broadcasting their morning ser
vice from 10 to 11, through K U W.
Bible study being dispensed with for tbe
JASOK LZB MEMORIAL
N. Winter at Jefferson. Harry E.
Garomer, pet. tor., H. B. Carpenter superin
tendent of church school. Mrs, Sheldon
Saekett director at music. Church tchool
elaite for every ace. Morninr worship
aessioa 9:45 by departments and with
11 a.m. witn observance of the Italy
The Formal Opening of
At 189 S.
FREE BREAD BOARD TO EACH LADY
VISITOR ON THIS DATE
eraaunt saaeinl maaia. Xarsery
Tiiiu fas children daring warship aar-
leagaa maet at 7 pja. Evening praiaa
rieo. Intermediate, Senior aad Adelt
aerrica at S p.m Commnsity finginf
special mono aad vital consideration.
Social boar at tha parsonage.
Church street between CheasekeU and
Center. A down town church. Bev. P.
W. Eriksea. pastor. At 11 aonu The 8ig
Bifieaaee af Pentecost" st 7:30 tha pas
tor win (ire the "Decline sad FsU st the
Kingdom af Juceaa" ia through the Bi
ble aad in picture. Tho Tested choir
wil famish tha special maaie for the
morning service; aad Misa Hilda B red
en tiner wiU sing 'Slavery" from Bad
ney. Tho cbarck chora wil laing at the
evening service. - Tha Saaaay school
meets every Sanday at 9:30. Max Gehi
har, Sept. A complete grade tyatem
with classes tor all ages. The young
men s bibla class, Arnold Kraeger, and
the Adult class ia charge af R. C. Arpke.
"The Every Member luncheon" for the
Ladies Guild aext Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Dr. John P. Seibert, a nationally noted
character from Chicago will bring some
friend. WeCnesJay evening at 8 p.m.
Dr. Seibert will addret a public meeting
in tho church, on rotting Lutheramsm
over" or "The Largest and Strongest
Protestant Church ia tha World." Hear
Dr. Seibert. The Luther Leagues at
Corner Hazel and Academy. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Preaching services at
11 a.m. and 7:45 a.m. Brether It.
8. Turner will preach, in tho morning
and Brother C. 1). Saoey in the evening.
xauag People t meeting Wednesday ev
ening at 7 :5. Prayer meetina Thurs
day evening at 7:45.
ST. JOHNS LUTHERAN (MO. STN.)
North 16th and A streets, brock North
of Old People' Home, H. W. Groas, pas
tor. Sanday echool 9:00 a.m. English
service at 9:45. German at 11:00. Bi
ble study 6:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal
Thursday evening. Strangers welcome.
Corner ot N. Winter and Chrmeketa
streets. Rev. Norman K. Tully. D. D..
pastor. Church school 9:30 a.m. Class
for si lagos. Morninr worship 11 o'clock.
Sermon "A Warles World" Dr. Tully.
Aninem. . uoiy, Moly, Moly" (Mailing)
Evening worship 7:80 o clock. Sermon,
now rao Kingdom Grow" Dr. Tully,
Tha dasor Choir will aine Or... ana,.
hers. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I See"
tt-iuettel "A Memory" (Nearing), and
n jaazca - twoaartai. . luir
dobjob, sst jBteraseatata. v. -IS. so
cieties meet at S:30 p.m. Midweek meet-
iii isanaiT as i - so am n ruii.
will ceniiaae. tha study af -iaaiah takiae
chaatara 29 and 30 for tha leasoa this
Cottage and Chemeketa streets. Rev,
Martin r. Ferrey,- minuter. Church
scaaoi at l:oo a.m. Graded Instruction.
liiass m aouice. Xavetonal Services
11.00 a.m. . Buhiect of tha aanu
"Prayer." This termon it n reach ad ,hv
raeueat to be an at tho series. on .tho
a.vrauoa or tha fristiaa church. Mrs.
Martin Ferrey wUl aing. "Prayer"- from
tha fieWea Legend by Dudley Buck. Mrs.
W. A. Denton at the rgan.
Corner ac Liberty aad- CaMer itreets.
A. P. Laytao, pastor. . Bibla school at
9: 43 a.m. L. L. Thornton, . Supt. Wor
ship at 11 o'clock. Sobiect; "A Wis
Choice." Chrittias- Endeavor at 6:80.
topic. "Why Is Jesaatha World's, Great
est Leadert" -Carl Bewly, leader. Wor
ship at 7:30. Rev. C. P. Gate presid
ing eider wU preach,, thif will b fol
lowed by communion aervicea. Don't fail
to haar this maa as hd haa a mesaage.
Prayer meeting at 7 :0-Thursday even
ing. G. N. Thompson leader.
"Not-good if detached, 40 reads your
raUread ticket. Do aot dcUch yourself
from your church.' ' .
LESLIX MMORLaL CHURCH
Corner South. Commercial and Myers.
S. Darlow Johnson, pastor. Residence
848 - E. Myers; Phono 2764. Morning
worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon. "Ham,
Clesning." 8undsy school at 9:45, A.
C. Bohrnstedt, superintendent. Interme
diate (Junior High), Asbury (High
School), and Leslie (young people)
leagues will meet at 7 o'clock. Topic for
Asbury and Leslie groups, "Opportuni
ties for Christina Service" Darlow E.
Johnson, and Margaret Marsh, leaders.
There are to be special speeches -bv peo
ple of various vocations. Official Board
Meeting Monday evening in tha social
room of the church. Toung people' a dis
cussion group and the midweek prayer
meeting Thursday at 7:30.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner State and Church street. F.
C. Taylor, pastor. Residence 636 State.
Phone 974. Director Religious Educa
tion Msrgaret K. Sutherland, phone 872.
Service 11:00 a.m. and 7:43 p.m. Ser
mon topics: "The Fruit of the 8pirit"
a.m. and p.m. "Christ, the Good Shep
herd" bated on Pleckhurtt'a masterpiece
of Christian Art. Special music: Anthems
"Sreation Hymn" Rachmaninoff, "The
Lord is My Shepherd" Gaines, with inci
dental solo by Helen Cochran. Prelude
of organ music in evening "Cujuf Ani
msn" from "Stahat Mater" Roffini,
'By tho Sea" Schubert, "LeCygne"
Saint-Saens, organ with piano "Rapio
die" Demarest, Prof. T. 8. Roberta and
Helen Benner. Church tchool 9:45 a.m.
I Classes for all age. Epworth leagues
University chapter "Little Things" Lead-
a-er n-eoneta Moaner., f irst cnurcn enap
CALCIMINES - BUILT-INS
taw Anniversary Berviaa aas lainaaoa.
Jaaior High Chapter will anite with
the Firal church chapter. Junior chBrck
11:00 a.m. in Annex. Message - me
Bee-hive". Tha officers af tha tnroo
chapter af tha Epwarth laagaa will be in
stalled during tha evening service.
West Salem. Caraer Girth avenue and
Third street. Meredith A- Grovea, pastor.
Residence 978 ECgewater street, a-aono
1341 B. Saaday school 9:45 a.m. Lea
tar DeLapp, SsperinUndeat. Class far
all ages. Marnisg worship 11 o'clock.
Sermaa aubject: "Why A Cradla Boa"
by tha paster. There will be baptism af
babies, a snort taia ny ie vrnaie iw
anoerinteadent. Hiss Lottie MeAdams,
aad a snort program aa follows: Prayer
by tho little tot. Saag by Leaera and
Leonard Martin, sang by Mrs. Charles
Adams' class of girls. Song by. members
of original cradle rati. Song by tho Roto
Burleigh class. Tha Junior loan meet
at 11 a.m. Mable Thomas, superinten
dent. Intermediate leagao 7 p.m.. Mr.
J. R. Beaton, superintendent. Senior
laagaa 7 p.m. Jacob Fox, leader. Subject
-"Opportunities For Service." Evening
worship 8 p.m. Sermaa subject : "Tooth
As Leaders ny tne pastor, am Mar
garet Hagg will play a violin solo, Mrs.
Denton, a harmonica solo, and Mr. Mae
Konxio ot Salem will give several num
ber. There wil also be Installation of
Epworth League officer. Prayer meet
ing Thursday 8 p.m. Tho Epworth
league wil have a hard time party at
the commanity hall Friday night.
MILL STREET METHODIST EPISCO
Fifteenth ant Mill streets.' Patrik N.
Dahlia, pastor. (.Morning warship It
o'clock. Sermon topic "Fundamentals of
Success. Church school at 9:45 a.m.
Mias Esther Erickaon, Supt. His Svea
Okerberg, elementary Supt. Evening
services: At 7 p.m. Clifford Gleaaoo
will lead the Intermediate league- . Ail
members af the Junior' and Intermediate
department will bo invited to attend.
The senior league will inert also st 7
o'clock with Mr. Alta if. Gentry leading.
Topic "Making our Life Careers Chris
tian." This, will be tha general topic
for several Sundays. On May 19 the
subdivision will be "Opportunities for
Christian service." At 8 o'clock the
pastor wil be in charge of tlhe evening
Center and Liberty streets. 9:45 a.m.
Sunday school, F. E. Keer, Supt. 11
o'clock morning worship. Theme
"Chrirt's Challenge to Action." 8
o'clock evening service : A sacred song
and dramatic recital by Professor Ed
ward Brigham of Steinway Hall. Sew
York City. Prof. Bingham comet very
highly recommended by tho press of
many cities of America and will give a
program inspiring aad interesting La folk
of all age. Charles E. Ward, minister.
GLAD TEDXaTOI MISSION
843 H Court stret. C. 8. Johnson,
paster. Servicee 3 and 8 p.m. Sunday
eebao 12 p.m. Weekday services Tuesday,
Tharsday and Saturday evening.'
Paternal Temple oa Center street be
tween Liberty and High. Service Son
dav evenina at 7:45 a'eloek. Tha. reg
ular pastor, Rev. Luella M. La Valley
rf-M w -va
caivarv JiaDtist unurci
Grand Theatre "- Coart and A otrwMi'
' ' - s '.r ' ' -
- 8. S. 1:41 a. m. Preachtar 1 : Efr a n: liu : I . p. m.
B. T. P. U.'s 7- p. m. "
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Morninr Anthem "Stlll.-Stilt With Thee" Speaks
- Solo by Mrs. Davis
Pnet: " Just FoV To-day
Miss Mina Glle, W. T. Jenks
A. M. "What the Bible Says About tithing and
Giving- to Christian Work."
P. M. Solo: "The Publican" Van De Water
Mrs. Harry Harms "
Popular Gospel Song; Service
Message: "What Are You Worth?"
W. Karl Cochran, Pastor
First Methodist Church
SUNDAY, MAY 19TH
11:00 A. M. Whitsunday or Pentecost Day Service.
Sermon "The Fruit of the Spirit"
Anthem "Creation Hymn" (Rachmaninoff)
8:00 P. M. Sermon "Christ, the Good Shepherd
Based on Plockhorst's Masterpiece
Anthem "Tbe Lord Is My Shepherd" (Gaines)
Solo "He Shall Feed His Flock" (Messiah)
Miss Josephine Albert
Special Prelude of Organ and Piano music by Prof. T. S. Rob
erts and Miss Benner on Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock. The
third sermon on "Masterpieces of Christian Art" on Sunday
evening by the pastor. Copies will be distributed in the con
gregation. " Fred C. Taylor, Pastor
Portland will bo tho speaker. Top;e:
"Self Reliance" Messages. A circle
will bo hold Sanday evening frost f to
COURT STREET CHURCH OP CHRIST
Court and 17 street. B. P. Shoemaker,
minister, 344 North 18 street. Bible
school, afrs. Frank Marshall, Supt. 945
in. Morning worship II a.m. Subject
"Pentecost. Its Marvels snd Triumphs."
Christian Endeavor and Junior meetings
7 p.m. Song service and sermoa 8 p.m.
Subject "The Penitent Robber, A Com
rade of the Cross." Aid Society meet
Wednesday p.m. Midweek meet ng
Wedneaday 8 p.m.
"Morula and Immortals" Christian
Science Lessen, wAfc today. The regular
aerviea will bo heM in the Christian
Science ehureh, corner of Liberty aad
Chemeketa atrceta st 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
and tha same aetTrah id repeated ia the
evening. Wedneaday evening meeting are
held at 8 o'ejack and taetnde testimonies
ot healing thrronga, Christian Science.
Sunday school cJaaaea tar pupil up to
tho ago of 20 ytars nra held at 9:45
aad 11 a' clack. A reading room for the
public ia maintained at 404 Mason. c
Temple. The honra are from '11:00 to
5:30 except Sanday and Holidays. The
Bible and al authorised Christian Science
literature may be read, borrowed or pur
chased. KNIGHT MEMORIAL
19th and Ferry rtreeta. H. C Stover,
minister. The church school meets at
10 a.m. C. C. Harria, superintendent.
Morning service at 11. Sermon oa "Life
a Tree." Choir will ting "Tree" by
Oscar Rashbaeh. Chriatiaa Endeavor at
7:15 p.m. "Eaaadtag life" will be
the sermon sab)aet ia tha evening cr-eUe
at 8 o'clock. Antnetm by tha chom
choir "Cod'a Tomorrow" by Ira -B.
SOUTH SALEM FRXEVDS
Corner South Commercial and Wsh
infton ttreeti. Sunday servicci 10:00
a.m. Sunday achoot. 11:00 Morning wor
ship. Sermon: "Tho Penitent' Prayer."
7:00 p.m. Christina Endeavor meeting.
Topic: "Why ia Jesus the World's Great
est Leader!" 8 p. Si. Good Will tervire.
In chsrre of tho Tonng People's Bihle.
class. ''History and Purpose of Good
Will Day." Marvin Beyers. One-set play.
"The Color Line; Chun, Chinese student.
Russell Millrti. Dr. Law son. President of
University, Jack Trachrek Barbara Mr
Kean, Daughter of Missionaries, Carol
Kiser. Stanley Preston, College Senior
Alfred Haworth. Wanda, College Flap
per, Esther Scott. Miss King. Presi
dent's Secretary, Anna Calibs. Address:
"Chinese Student Life," Leland Chapis.
Chat C. Haworth, pastor. 1655 8. Liberty.
CASTLB UNITED BBJSTHBRN
"Tha Church in Eaglowood" 17th and
Nebraska L. W. Biddic. pastor. Day af
Pentecost. Sunday school 10 am. f.
E. Long, superintendent.- Morning war
ship 11 a.n. Sermon subject. "The-Holv
Spirit." Special music: Junior C: T.
meeting at 7 p.mi Mia Bertha Van
Cleave, superintendent. Senior C. E. 7
p.m. -Tapie. "Whw i Jean tha World'
Greatest Teacher I" Woodford Cross i
tho leader. Misa Maria Waldorf, presi
dent. Evening warship 8 p.m. Sermon
subject. -''Magnifying the Christ.' Pub-
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