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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Saturday Moraiii?, July 20, 1929
i WITH GUESTS
Washington and California
Visitors Being Enter-
, j "tained at Rickey
RICKEY. July It Mr. and
Mrs.; J. P. Doylej of Corrina, Cal.,
who have been touring the Unit
ed States and visiting their chil
dren in Nebraska and Wyoming
haTs been the jguests of. their
daughter and son-fn-law Mr. and
The Tlsit wa$ especially en
joyable as Mrs. I McMillin has not
seen her parental for several years.
The" Doyles hkve planned their
trip for over a year but owing to
the ill health of Mr. Doyle hare
been unable to make the trip be.
fore; ' j '
Both are well pleased "with
Oregon. Mr. Dble has not vis.
lted here since : the pioneer day a
Mr-thodiit Episcopal) ,
At Santa fommerr si and sfv.r. itroii
I Pastor: 8. Darlow Johnson, 34 E. Myers
aireet. rnone a 7 6. .Morning worship at
11 o'clock. Sermon, by the pastor "The
Gift of the Spirit." Anthem: j "Majestic
Sweetness Sit Enthroned" Cbene). At
7:30 tha Leslie league will bvs charge
t tha even infcv service, wrick ijs the com
bined church and league meeting. Hymn
stories and illustrated- songs will be (nt
nred. Sunday leliool at 9:45 aj m., E. D.
Kosen-an, supt. The annual church meet
ing and fourth quarterly conference will
be held Wednesday evening- at tha noma
of Mr. and Mr. A. C. Bohrnstedt. Midw
week serviee Thursday evening at 7:30.
hn he was a Iboy.
to Port'and to
GLAD TIDIXGS MXS8IOS
ZiZV, Court street, C. S. Johnson, pal
tor. Residence; 343 Court. Meetings are
being held in the tent in south end of
West Salem auto park. Meetings every
night at 8 o'clock. Services Sunday at 8
ami 8 p. m. Everybody ia welcosae.
A. Morefield of
Yakima, Wash., who rame
attend the med
here over the Week end.
The Moreflelds formerly owned
what is now the1 Russel Clearwat
er farm and made their home
here for several years.
Dr. Morefield was at one time
assistant physician at the. Cottage
PARIS, Julyj J9 (AP) De-
bate on the Melon-Berenger debt
settlement ratification occupied
both morning and pfrernoon ses
sions of the French chamber while
a night session; wfesldecided upon
in order to give other deputies an
opportunity to deliver carefully
Grumbach and Aurlol
both " daylight sessions.
8T. JOHNS IiXTTHXBAJf
(Mo. Synod). North 16th and A streets,
block north of Ola Peoples Home. H. W.
Gross, p.- tor. St. Johns will celebrate
annual mission festival at tha entrance
of the (trove of fair grounds, the morn
ing service will be conducted in tha Ger
man language by Rev. W. Re hoe n of San
dy. At the afternoon service which besyins
at 2:30, Rev. K. Hporleder of Lonrview.,
Washington, will preach in the English
language. St. Johns choir will be heard in
both services and Mrs. William Fischer
will sing in the morning service. There
will be no service at the church on 10th
and A streets.
CASTLE UNITED BRETHREN
"The Church in Englewood." North
17th and Nebraska. L. W. Biddle. pastor.
Sunday school. 10 a. m., 8. E. Long,
siipt. Lesson, "The Cure for the World'
Ills." Esekiel 47:1-12. Morning wor
ship 11 a. m. The message will be
brought by Rev. W. W. Rosebraugh. The
Ladies' Aid will lueet Wednerday. Those
enjoying quilting are invited. Prayer serv
ice Thursday at 8 p. m.
bo evening service at thai anarch aa oar
people will be at the Holiness cm asp asoot
ing at Qninaby park, six miles north of
Salea en the river road. Thera win ha
a Croat holiness rally ia tha afterneea
at the eamp at 3:30. with a large choir
front the different churches with special
singiu. Tha evening service at "7: SO will
close tha can for thia jefr. Rev. Calvia
Cheats wlil preach and thera will ba a
rreat song service. Tha John S. Frisn
family will sing several special a ambers.
Oar church will have prayer meeting
Wednesday ight at a and tie youac
people will meet for prayer ia tha ehmreh
Friday evening at 8. Miss The Sampson,
the president, will have charge of the
Please note that the evening ' service
now begins at a p. in. instead of 7 :S0.
Horning service: Rev. Ralph Klsen of
Pratum will preach. Mr! Kleen and hi
sister, MUa Craee Kleen. will sing
duet. Evening service : Mrs. T. 8. Mm
Kensie ef Salem will lead tha singing
and will also sing several aoraa daring
the evening. The pastor will preach em :
"Tha Faith of Hotel." Epwortb. league
begins promptly at 7 p. m. A member of
the Mill Street Leagae of Salem will have
charge of tha meeting.
Church street between Chemeketa and
Center. A downtown church. J&pv. P. W.
Erikscn, pastor. Tha services for the
sammer months begin at 10:30 a. m.
Topic: "Hat the Lord Taken Away Tear
Stewardship I " Church Bible school every
Sunday at 9:80, Max Oehlar, siipt. Adult
Bible class, R. C. Arpke; T. P. division,
Arnold K rue re, and Mrs. C. M. Byrd, pri
mary department. The Luther league at
7 p. m. His Wilms Horn, leader. Special
music (or tha morning service. Anthem
by tha ehoir. Sola,
'Coaaidct tha Lily,'
West SaJent. corner Garth avsaua and
Third street. Rev. Meredith A. Groves.
pastor. Residence 975 Edgewster street.
rhoae 1341 R. Services: Sunday school
9:45 a. m. Mrs. 1 St. Austin, acting rupt.
t tastes tot evil a gee. Baaasy plana will
he asaiCe for tha anion Snadav arhno)
church services, banket dinner, quarter,
ly conference and annual meet! eg to ba
held at tha arounda af tha Summit church
and Popcorn school house ma. 8undav.
July 38. Morning service: 11 a. aa. Ser
mon subject, "The Firs Submarine
Ride," Hr. Raymond will stag "Tha
Model Chorea." Epwortb lea rat, 7 p. m.
Topie: "Natnro Get Exciting." Eve
ning servieo 8 p. so. There will be special
music, a part of which will be a piano solo
by Doris Hamby. Pennon subject: "An
Expensive Retreat bv a Lady Barber."
Tha pastor win preach both morning and
evening. 1'ray.r meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
Official board meeting Monday 8 p. tn.
The pastor will precsh at tha Summit
church at 9:45 a. an., Sunday.
Corner Hazel aad Academy aTteeti.
Oome and hear tha pore gospal preached.
Sunuay school at 10 a. m. Preaching serv
ice at 11, subject : "Is the Second Com
ing of Christ Foretold ia tha Bible I" At
7:45 p. m. tha Union Gospel mala chorus
will have charge af tha service. Toung
Peoples' meeting Tuesday evening at 7:45.
Mid-week prayer and testimony meeting
at 8 p. m. Thursday evening.
W. Earl Cochran, pastor. Sunday
school 9:45 a. m. Preaching services 10:50
a. m., 8 p. m. B. Y. P. Ui's 7:00. senior
aad Intermediate. We.nafteay evening,
7:45: prayer meeting. Thursday evening
7:49, choir rehearsal. Bunday morning
sermon topie: "The Conquering Host of
God." Anthem, "Tha Twenty-Fourth
Psalm," by Lynes. "Why Should He Love
Ma So , solo part by Mis Arbutus Rudy,
chorus by the choir. Sunday evening ser
mon topie: "Dealing wita Temptation."
Duet, "Thare'a No Friend to Ma Like
Jesui", anng by Mrs. Davis aad Mr.
Cochran. Popolar gospel taag service. Yea
High, and Censer streets. D. J. Howe,
pastor, residence 1026 N. Winter, phone
1933-J. A friendly spirit and a hearty wel
come towara an visiters ana stranger.
Bible , school at 9:45 a, mi A contest for
sttendanco befwoen Everyman's class and
tha Willing Workers eUaa ia an for this
Sunday. Horning warship at II a. m. Ser
mon by the pastor, "The Increase af the
Body of Christ." Baritone solo, "Rest"
(Hartwell Jooet). Victor Wolfe. Commnn
ity meeting; in Willsin park at 1:80 p. m.
i onsg people c sour at 1 p. m. Evening
services at 8 p. m. Sermsn. "Tha Sim
plicity ef the Gospel.' ' Evening music.
trombone nolo. Song to the Evening
Star (from Tannhauser by Wagner), Wes
ley HeJsa: ar.thetn, "Like at s rather."
Incidental solo. Roimlind Hull: Lois Plum
mer, oreaniet: Ines Wood, Choir director
Midweek services Thursday 8 p. m.
CHRISTIAN ft MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
2655 Ferry street. Louise Pinnell acting
paster. 2302 N. 5th street. Phone 1947-J.
Sabbath day services: Pundsy school at
9:45 a. m. Toung people's meeting 7
P., m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and I p, i.
Evangelistic message. Special mnsie.
Prayer serviee Tuesday night at 8 p. m.
The pnblie ia cordially invited to attend
MUX ST. METHODIST ZPISC0PAX
Fifteenth and Mill streets, Alta M. Gen
try, acting pastor. S85 8. 15th street.
Morning worship 11 o'clock. Rev. Leslie
Bailey will preaeh at the morning worship
serviee. Church school. . 9:45. Miss
Esther E rick son ,supt.. Mite Svea Oker
berg, elementary supt. Evening service at
7:30. Tha league service for the rest
of the eummer will be combined with the
evening services. Mrs. Gentry will con
tinue with the series af murages on the
Hebrew leaders.' This evening Moses will
be the leader discussed. Midweek services
will be held on Wednesday as ritual. The
study of the books ef hta Kew Testament
will continue. Corinthians will be taken
p this weak. Tha stary fcaar is aaatiaa
tag daring the summer for the little
children. Mrs. Gentry i im charge from
3 sua til 4 Saturday afternoon.
TTRST GERMAN BAPTIST
Forth Cottage and D streets. 0. If.
Rutarh, minister; G. Schaake, sts't min
ister. Sunday school .9:45 a. as.. Sam
Sehirman. eupt. Service 11 a. a. Topie:
la tne world Ye Have Trioulation."
8 p. m. sermon topie to be "The Conse
crated Hand for God." Good: singing and
a good spirit. Come aad bring year
friends. RegnUr midweek prayer serviee
ati I . n. Wednesday.
North Winter at JeftVrson street.
Ohureh school session ;: 45, by oVpart
ments, H. B. Carpenter. I snpt. Morning
worship at 11 s. ra., the theme being "De
livery Through... Prayer," acd is another
of tha series of senronS based on the
Lord's rPayer. Special music nn'der t':e
direction ef Mrs. Sheldon Ssckett. Meet
ing in the psrk' In the afternoon. Chcreb.
forum and league sess-ion at 7 "p. rn.
Praise and worshltt at I p. m. with epe
cihl music, the theme of the evening being
"The New Birth." Midweek devotional
and Bible study Thursday beglnninir at
7:30." Jasea Lee learners moonlizht hike
o sSturday eveninjr. They will leave the
Mebama and hike to an appointed spot in
the hills. A number hsve signified their
intention of going.
(Scott). Segals midweek prayer meeKag,
Thursday evening a T:J0 eeJeek, Yen
are certially invited te service.
Ooraer ef Marion and Liberty streets.
Robert L. Payne, paster, FVed Broer, Saa
day school sept, and director ef mnsie.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.. with five de
partments. Morning preaching service 11
o'clock. Sermon topic, "A Living Sacri
fice." Sensmaette for children. Baptist
Yeuug Peoples: meeting 7 o'clock. Eve
ning preaching ; service, "The Sia ef
Death." Tha ordinance of baptism will be
administered at the evenina service. Spe
cial music at both services, Prayer
meeting Thursday evenaig.
Center and Liberty streets. 9:45 a. m.
Sunday school, F. E. Neer, snpt. '11 a. m.
rneaing worship-: sermon subject : "A
Hero of the Long TraiL" Special musical
number by a mixed quartet. Charles E.
FIRST METHODIST - EPISCOPAL
Corner State and Church. F. C. Taylor,
pastor, 6SS State. Dldeetor religious edu
cation. Margaret K. 8atherland, phone
ant sis: Organ aumbers by Prof. T. 8.
Roberts, "Morning Soat." (Marker):;
"Evensong" (Jehuaen).i Antheaa, 'HiCe
Thy Face Front My Sins." (Berwald).
Sole, "Jasu, Jesu, Miserere.' (Nevin),.
Jfiss Marjory 'Miller.' Church school, 9:45
a. m., ekistea for all 'ages. Epwortb
league: First church chapter will hold
an .out door meeting on the lawn of Prof.
R M. Gatka, 280 Richmond, at S:30 p. a.
University chapter at 7 p. as. in the first
floor auditorium' of the church. Week
day services: Prayer and praise service
Thursday evening led by the paster.
First -church chapter of the Epwortb
leakgue will hold ' a picnie party and in
stitute rally at Haiel Green park. Meet a
the church at 5 p. m.
' Corner 13th aad Ferry streets. Two
block toatheast supreme court building.
The ful gospel church. Earl V. Jenni
sou, pastor. Phone 2050-Jl. Sunday serv
ices at p. an. and 8 p. m. Bible School
at 1 :45 W. B. Finney, sopt. Week-night
nerivecs, Tuesday, ThurstUy sad Satur
day at 8 o'clock. Saturday evening. Young
People'! meetlag. Wednesday faternoon,
2:30, hour of prayer. Saturday afternoon.
2:30. children's church; Mis Lereae Pry.
or in charge. Ton and frtenCs are freely
872. Servises. 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. Special invited to each service.
Coni of N. Winter' and Chemekets
streets. .Vorroan K. Tnllf, D. D., pastor.
Church school 9:30 o'clock. L. M. RaiB
age, acting supt. Clatse for all ages.
Morning worship 11 o'clock. Rev.-Earl
W. Haney of the Eagle Rock Presbfter
ian church in 1 os Angeles, will be the
speaker. His subject, "The Glory ef the
Gospel." There will be Special music by
the choir. Christian Endeavor societies
meet at 6 :30 p. m. Evening worship
7:30 o'clock. Rev. Hahey will preaeh
again, using as bis subject, "The Elo
quence of Godly Living.' Mr. Henry J.
Millie will sing, "Consider the Lilies",
Calvary Baptist Church
Grand Tbtrr--CorBeF Court and High Streets
S. 5- 9:45 a. m. Classes for all ages.
Preaching 10:50 a. m., 8 p. m. B. Y.'i 7 A m, .
A.M. "THE CONQUERING HOSTS OF G0Dw
ANTHEM-: "The Earth Is The Lord." Lynes
Sofb and Chorus "Why Should lie Loye Me So?" by Harknas
Solo part by Miss Arbutus Rudy
P.iM. "DEALING WITH TEMPTATIONS"
Duet, "There's No Friend Like Jesus,? by Babbitt c
Mrs. Chas Davds W. Earl Cochran
W. EARL COCHRAN, Pastor WELCOME
KNIGHT MEMORIAL t
19th and Ferry streets. H. C. Stover,
minister. The church school meets at 10
a. ra. C. C. Harris, aupt. Morning wor
ship it II, Srrmnn, "Will the Right
Finally Win." Christian. Endeavor at 7:15
p. m. Evening service at 8. A nature rer
mon on "Sliadow." Harriett ACini and
Myra GleaMin will'sing "The Shadows of
the Evening Hour." Antbem "I nto God
be Glory" CAshford).
Aurtol alone announced that he
was coniDlete!v onriosed to ratifi
cation of the agreement. The oth
er; speakers . favored ratification
with reservations J
The deputies spoke practically
to empty seats within the chamber
while the majority of members
were busy In the lobbies where the
real work of finding a compromise
formula went on, the object being
to, reconcile the government's
viewpoint with that of eommitt.e3
in opposition to it.
The announcement that Pre
niier Polncare after two days ab
sence -would reappear In his soat
at ten o'clock tomorrow morning
was j interpreted as an attempt to
stem1 the flood of oratory and
force a vcte M'ore the end of the
, T$ie senate adjourned at 6:30
o'clock this afternoon and will re
assemble at 3 o'clock next Mon
day jto "receive the ratification bill
expected" from the chamber." The
senate should dispose of its part
of the work in three days, thus
the final and definite ratification
is expected before July 27 and
Ehonld be ready for President
Doumergue's signature before ths
SOUTH SALEM FRIENDS
Corner S. Cnmmercia.1 and Washington
streets. Charles C. Haworth, pastor, 1655
South Liberty. Sunday services: 10 a. m.
Sunday schcol. Marguerite P. Elliott,
upt. 11 s. in., morning worship. Sermon:
"The Savior." Thursday, 8 p. m., prayer
meeting and Bible stin'y led by. the pas
tor. A cordial welcome is extended to all.
"Life." Christian Science- lesson topic
Sunday. Rcsular services will be held in
the Christian Science church, corner of
Liberty and Chemeketa streets at 11
a. m. The evening service-Is discontinued
uuring July and August. Wednesday eve
ning meetings ere held Jt S o'clock and
include testimonies of healing through
Christian Science. Sundry classes for
pupils up to the see of 20 years are held
at 9:45 during July a.nd August. A read
ing room for the uublie is maintained at
406 Masonic temple. The hours are from
II to 5:30 except Sundays and holidays
The Bible and all authorised Christian
Science literature" may be read, borrowed
or purchased. The public Is cordially in
vited to attend the services and to use
the reading room.
Comer of l.ibeTtr and Center streets.
A. P. Layton. minister. Bible school at
9:45 a. m., L. L: Thornton, supt. Divine
worship at. 11 o clock. Subject, Show
M a Penny." Christian Endeavor at 7
o'clock. Topic. "Every Day Citizenship."
Worship at- o clock. Subject.' VRect
lesa Driving:" Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock. G. E. Erskine,
leader. Come, worship with us. :
8T. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL
Corner Chemeketa and Church streets.
Rex. George H. 8wift, pastor. Holy Com
munion 7:30.-a. m. Morning prayer sndj
sermon i. a. m.
of the month.
MEET AT HUBBARD
HUBBARD, July 19 A j partjr
of i Hubbard school girl chupis dt
former years gathered at the! Hub
bard Mineral Springs' park for
one. of their old time Weiner
roasts and picaic lunches Mon-
ay evening. - j
Those present were Miss Ruth
Calvert and Missi Ruth Crittenden
of Hubbard; Miss Mert Dimick,
daughter of George Dimick of
Hubbard, and Mrs. Edward Vies
ko, ! formerly Miss Marie Byers,
who was telephone operator at
Hubbard, both of Salem; Mrs;
Ben W. Baker, of Santa-Ana, Cal..
formerly Miss Gladys Moonlaw of
Hubbard and Mrs. Frederick Sup
ple of San Francisco, formerly
Miss 'Margaret Jackson, daughter
of J. R. Jackson eOf Hubbard.
Miss Frances Weaver, of Hub
bard a .member ! of this group of
chums, eould not be present at
this get together meeting.
COURT STREETS CHURCH OF CHRIST
Court and 17h I streets. B. F. Shoe
maker, minister, (-344 North 18th street.
Bible school, Mrs. Frank Marshall, supt..
9:45 a. m. Morning worehiav 11 a. .m.
subject, "Tave We the Love of God I"
Christian endeavor I and junior. 7 p. m.
Song service and sermon. 8 p. tn., subject,
"Remove Not the Ancient Landmarks."
Aid society meeting Wednesday after
noon.. Midweek meeting Wednesday
p. tn. j
CHURCH OF THE HAZARENE
One block south! of Center on 19th
Study phone 2940.; L. T. Smith psktor.
Residence. 530 N. Zil&t street, phone 2110
W. 'Sunday school 9:45 in the morning,
Frank Litwiller, fupt. The children
choir will sing a special number. Morn
rng worship at 11. JThere will be old time
gospel preaching and Mr. ena jar. A.
Schroder will sing a duet. There will be
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JEFFERSON. July 20 Little
Gary Lee Barna, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Barna celebrated his
fourth birthday on Wednesday
aftrenoon at his home on the
Four little friends were invited
to held celebrate the happy event.
The table was ornamented with
a birthday cake adorned with
four candles. Gary received
quite a number of nice gifts.
Dainty refreshments were
served to Gary Lee Barna. Ger
aldine and Shirley Jones, Cath.
erine Farrington and Gloria
Wadsworth. Mrs. Barna was as
sisted by Mrs. -K. E. Reeves.
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Facts about the Eyerly Transport Schoo
The Eyerly motto Is: "We fly any place, any time."
Moderate rates for transportation are given between va
rious points in the valley and out of the state.
The Eyerly School of Aeronautics is the only school in
Oregon giving a complete course of ground and air flying
which includes instruction from the ground up. This school
-which was established in 1920 has grown steadily throughout
the nine years of its history. 1
The Eyerly school has the record of carrying thousands
of passengers and students without accident to a Single person.
It also has the record of being the first builder of successful
airplanes in the state. J -
The Eyerly school has entirely modern equipment, and
all its transport pilots and instructors are licensed.
The public is invited to visit the school and se$ how stu
dents take a part in building the planes.
You are invited to view the old type of engines once used
In airplanes as well as to see the latest type of engines being
used at the present time.
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