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The OREGON STATESMAN, Safcm, Oregon. Sunday Morning, Jnw 2, 1929
First Church Vested Choir,
Directed by E. W. Hob
son, in Program
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The large vested choir of the
First Methodist church -will appear
in a sacred concert this evening,
with Prof. E. W. Kobswn directing
and Prof. TJ S. Roberts presiding
Et the organ. Miss Grace Hender
son and Miss Helen Benner win
assist as pianists.
The soloists will be Miss Helen
Cochran, Mi3 Marjorie Miller,
Miss Lillian Scott, Miss Josephine
Albert. Wendell Robinson and
Mrs. Earl Kennell. The program
wil lconsist of fc'jlos. anthems and
chorus numbers. Prof. Roberts
and Miss Benner will give a
piano-organ duet, "Rhapsodie" by
Following is the complete pro
gram: ilrgan Prelude, "By the Sea",
Schubert, Prof. T. S. Roberts.
Processional, Hymn Xo. 621,
' Hark. Hark My Soul."
Invocation, Rev. F. C. Taylor.
Solo. "Hosannah", Granler, Earl
Anthem, 'Listen to the Lambs",
Dett. Incidental solo by Miss Al
bert. Duet. "Far From My Heavenly
Home," Hawley, Mies Helen Coch
ran and Miss Marjorie Miller.
Chorus, "Fierce Was the Wild
Bilow," Lester. Chair.
Offertory, "Rapsodie," Demar
est, Prof. T. S. Roberts and Miss
Male chorus, "Steal Away."
Duet, 'Savior, Thy Dying
Love," Wooler, Miss Lillian Scott
and Wendell Robinson.
Anthem, "As the Hart Pants,"
Benediction, Rev. F. C. Taylor.
Organ postlude. Prof. T. S.
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Kuanieu jrom pt rjinj? eye. 'Just recently it complete flight front Detroit, Mich., to Langley
m-ii, t nting only 4.e worth of ordinary furnace oil. Captain L. M. Woolsoa, Inset, is the
inventor oi me new wiesei tjpe of motor adapted to airplanes.
The morning worship service
will also be devoted to a sermon
especially for the children and
The regular service by the
Young People's society will be
held at 7 o'clock this evening.
Emory Goode presiding. Miss
Fleeda Salter will bave chrg of
the prayer service after which
Darwin Cook will spoak on the
topic: 'Spiritual Equipment." The
pasl'or will preach at 8 o'clock.
Tq Give Class
Father Biu-k will preach the
baccalaureate sermon for the grad
uating class of Sabred Heart
academy atthe 9 o'clock mass
Joseph's church. Members of the
class will furnish the music.
A general invitation is extend
ed to everyone to the mass and
also to the graduating exercises
in St. Joseph's ball, Tuesday eve
ning, June 4 r.t S:15 o'clock.
Cbildren'3 day will be observed
during the Sunday school hour
this morning at the Free Metho
dist church, corner Market and
K" rth Winter streets, reports the
8'or, the Rev. W. N. Coffee. The
young people's society will have
charge of the morning program,
the children conducting the school
as far as possible. A short pro
gram has been prepared.
TO BE OBSERVED
A Children's day program will
be given at the Ford Memorial
"hurch in West Salem Sunday eve
ning, beginning at 8 o'clock. The
following numbers are included in
Vocal duet. Miss Ada Clarke
and Miss Baumgartner; song by
Marie Burgoyne's class; song by
Lenora and Leonard Martin; read
ings by Harvey Griffin, Dick Ben
ton. Velma Kelso and others:
flower drills by Mrs. M. A. Groves'
class of girls; piano solo by Miss
Eva Arnold and Doris Hamby.
The pastor will give a short ad
dress: 'The Parent Teacher Asso
ciation of the Sunday School."
Several groups of th church
wfl meet during the week, includ
ing the Sunday school board
which will gather Monday evening
at 8 o'clock; the Ladies Aid which
has a regular monthly business
meeting scheduled for Wednes
day at 2 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Chris Burright.
The Salem Heights Community
club will present the play, "Not a
Man in the House," at the com
munity hall of the church Wednes
day night at 8 o'clock. The play
is sponsored by the Epworth
League of the church.
SI KS SURETY
DALLAS. June 1. The Farm
ers State bank of Independence
has filed a suit against W. S. Mc
Clain, George Bailey, Nellie Bail
el his wife, and George W. Potta
and Allie M. Potts his wife, for
$800 and $80 which McClain bor
rowed from the bank in 1926 and
27, giving as security a note sign
ed by the other defendants.
Read the Classified Ads.
FOREST GROVE PAIR
IE IT ZEMA
ZEN A, June 1 Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Marshall of Forest Grove and
family and bis brother, Frank
Marshall and family, were visitors
here recently. Roy Marshall is a
former Zena resident. '
Monroe Purviae, night switch
operator at the state hospital at
Stillicum, Wash., and his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
James Remington, of Salem, were
Zena vsitors Monday. Mrs. Rem
ington and Mr. Purvine are sister
and brother of J. Fred Purvine,
who resides here on the old borne
place. Monroe Purvine was form
erly employed at the state hospi
tal at Salem.'
Lee . Methodist
Letters of congratulation to
every eighth grade student who
successfully passed the state ex
aminations were mailed out Fri
day from the county school super
. All county pupils are urged to
attend the annual county eighth
grade graduation exercises to be
held at the Salem high school
building Saturday, June 8, at 2
o'clock, when R. W. Tavenner, as
sistant principal of the Salem high
school, wil give lthe class address.
The Jason Lee Methodist
church will conduct a daily vaca
tion church school for all children
in Salem between the ages of five
and 12 years. The school will be
gin Monday, June 10, and continue
through Friday, June 28. A staff
of competent teachers is assured
by the committee in charge. Miss
Edna Ellis, who bad charge of the
school last year, has again been
obtained as superintendent.
Xo registration fee will be
charged. All parents in the com
munity who wish to send their
children are urged to register
Finds a Way to Stop
Attacks of Fits
Reports are received of an
amazing treatment that epileptics
state has proved successful in
stopping their attacks. R. Lepso,
Apt. 107, 895 Island Ave., Mil
waukee, Wis., has been supplying
sufferers with this treatment. He
now wishes to reach all those who
have not been helped and to do so
is making the startling offer of a
generous treatment free to all suf
ferers. Anyone afflicted should
write for this free treatment at
once, giving age. adr.
It is easy for the bride to make her bridal
and trousseau selections here because se
lections are most complete. This year she
may choose from lustrous satin in off
shades of white or crisp taffeta... as
these are the materials most favored by
Paris ...either in the completed town or.
piece foods for those who desire to make
their own wedding dress. Well cut and fit
the wedding dress free of charge.
We are showing a very brilliant collection
of bridesmaids frocks in all the important
new opaque pastel shades ... in chiffon,
taffeta, georgette and crepe.
When she puses down the aisle with admiring
eyes upon her, sh wears sheer chiffon hose,
white kid gloves and a rope of dainty pearls . .
these she will find here In a widely varied selection.
255 NORTH UBEirrr STREET
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The church school board of the
First Methodist church will meet
Monday evening in the Wesley
class room, when detailed plans
for the school picnic to be held
June 14 will be made.
The W. H. M. Society of the
church will hold ita regular meet
ing Wednesday afternoon In the
church parlors, with Mrs. C. G.
Doney presiding. Miss Lucile
Hixon, formerly with the Port
land settlement center, will give
the. lesson of the afternoon. Elec
tion -of officers will be held and
the pastor, Dr. F. C. Taylor, will
install them. They will be the
last meeting of the year and will
be a tea meeting. Mrs. R: C.
Glover will act as hostess.
The mid-week prayer and
praise service will be held Thurs
day evening. The subject for the
evening is "Discipleship Defined."
Alumni of Monmouth Being
Asked to Held Out School
Camp Fire Girls
AM1T3T, June 1. The Amity
Camp Fire girls gave a mother
and daughter banquet in the par
lors of the Methodist church Mon
day evening. A three course ban
quet, prepared by the girls, was
prepared by the girls followed by
a splendid program. The banquet
was much enjoyed by all present.
Boy Scout Camp
To Get Buildings
Plans for construction of a cook
house and mess hall on the 37-
acre boy scout camp four miles
MONMOUTH. Jane 1 The al
umni association of the Oregon
Normal school, wishing to carry
on the good work of bettering the
school's futnreas have the older
members in the past, is contem
plating the purchase of a plot of
several acres of land west of the
institution's present athletic field.
To finance the project, an ap
peal is now nefng made to every
member to contribute toward the
purchase and Improvement of this
land to -have it landscaped and
planted in native trees and shrubs
of Oregon. Part of it would" be
made into a football oval, and the
remainder into a park of unique
dissimilarity to any other in Oregon.
Such an achievement it is be
lieved, would constitute a living
memorial which .would increase
in beauty and utility throughout
the years, and would furnish later
generations of graduates of this
school with a proper measure of
discrimination concerning the pre
sent association's sense 6f values.
Station Y. Y. Y. Y. by Booth
Tarkington, wes the little play
selected .by the eighth grade
children for presentation as an
annual production, Monday night.
The play occurs just after dinner
in a little country home In New
Jersey. Herbert, the young boy of
the family, is determined to attend
a certain boys' camp. Mr. Win
stead, the father, has a prejudice
against boys' camps, so he objects
to Herbert's going. Herbert, usingGlenn Leverenx.
a note! device wins ter his
father, and also does his sister a
great favor. The cast:
Mrs. Winstekd. Pauline Morlan:
Herbert, John Murdoch: Anita,
Barbara Powers; Caroline, Hazel
Robison; Annie, El vie Bond; Mr.
Winstead. Patricia Port wood ;
Roger Colby, Roger Beckley; the
chauffeur, Dorotha Bingham;
"Hollow Voice," Elvie Bond ;
"Peter Peters," Dorotha Bingtnsn.
Ushers were: Russel Sheeon and
northeast of Mehama on the Lit
tie North Fork of the Santiam !
were made Friday noon when the
camp committee held a meeting.
Present were Judge Harry H. Belt,
Sam Laughlin, Rex Sanford and
O. P. West, scout executive. West
announced that he has secured
the serviceof Cook Boyle?, known
among outdoor boys as the chef
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