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First Baptist ; Church to
Start Evangelistic Cam
tierta In the First
corner of North Liberty and Mar
lon, Sunday, February 8, wun
i)r. James A. Sutherland, of
Moodv Bible Institute extension
deoirtment of Chicago, as ithe
nrMeher and teacher. Every
where he has ministered through
out the land high commendation
is heard concerning his wont
with thorough literary land
Biblical training. Dr. Sutherland
combines a striking personality
tad undoubted soiritaality. ! He
Tiu a most comprehensive under
Lsndin of the Scriptures and a
teaching method which strips a
subject of its confusing element
and presents It in a vivid man
Dr. Charles Calvert Ellis.; of
Juanita college, a well known
writer in the Sunday School
Times, aava of Dr. Sutherland.
"It Is not everyone who has jthe
teaching gift, jand I can but pray
that the Lord will see fit to use
It largely in the extension of His
Dr. T. T. Martin, southern
evangelist of note, says. "Hei is
the best evangelist with young
people I have ever known."
The people of Salem are in
vited to hear him for themselves,
and test the sincerity of these
commendations, says Dr. W. H.
Robins, the regular pastor.
Meetings will begin Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock, Sunday
evening at 7:30 Dr. Sutherland
will speak again, and every af
ternoon at 3:00 and evening at
7:30 o'clock during the week
days. Special vocal selections of
gospel songs will be presented by
the choir, male quartet and so
TWO PLAYS FEME
Sunday evening there will be
presented two one-act plays at
the evening worship hour at the
First Congregational church. The
first ts the dramatic story of the
Indians of the northwest sending
So the St. Louis trading post for
the "White Man's Book of Life".
The principal characters i in
this play are David Com p ton,
Billy Ward, Alan McCallister,
Robert Clarke and Edwin John
The second, play Is entitled:
"Camilla Brings Hyacinths" and
deals with the fact that a person
needs food for the soul as well
as for the body. It Is based on
the old quotation: "If-1 had but
two sons In the world, with one
I wonld bay bread, with the oth
er hyacinths to feed my soul".
The east Includes Floyd Albln.
Marjory Drorbaugh, Iris Nelson,
Marion Sew art, and Franklin
Society to Meet
At Larson Home
SILVERTON. Feb. 6. Trinity
Dorcas society will meet at the
home of Mrs. W. C. Larson Tues
day night. Mrs. Silas Torwend
will be Joint hostess with .Irs.
Larson. Plans ' for the annual
birthday social of this organiza
tion will be completed at this
time. The social will be held -n
the night of February 20.
Trinity Aid society which imet
at Trinity church Wednesday
made plana for a parcel social to
be held In March, the exact date
to bo set later.
The Ideal Church
By B. F. SHOEMAKER
( Pastor Court Street Charrh of Christ)
Matt 16:13-26; Eph. 1:22-33. Where shall we go to find
"The Ideal Church?" We' must have a standard by which to
Judge all things In life, the: measuring stick, standard of weights. '
and others. If each Individual could be a law unto himself In
all these things there would be chaos.
There are all sorts of Organizations in the world In the va
rious relationships of man. How are we to know which Is the
church? We bare the standard, the Ideal, In the Bible, the Word
of God. If we profess to take It as our standard In all things,
let It guide ns In this. j
I. The Ideal Creed of the Church; Christ Is the creed. Matt.
. l:lt. This creed' Is common to all Christians and will never
need revision. Is-all-inclusive. If we all believe Him when He
speaks on the great fundamentals of Christianity, we shall be
safe. ! "
II. He Is the Ideal Head of the Church. Eph. 5:23f. The
church needs no human head or heads. Anybody with more than
one head is a freak or monstrosity. Let no man usurp Christ's
position as the only head.j . ,
III. The Ideal head wjll result In the Ideal body. Christ
cannot be the bead of a body that will not allow him to govern
It and seeks to be controlled In some other way. - j
IV. irthls body Is HI and Ideal, it will wear His name,
both as an Institution and las Individuals making up the instltu-J
'tion. Exalt His name, rather than any man or system. May we ?
not be ashamed1 of Him. The church Is His bride (Rev. 22:17;
Eph. 5:22-23). We think! it strange when a bride desires her
husband to wear her name. "Nothing in a name!" Try it on a 1
check, and In various other ways!
V. The church 1st ideal in Its ordinances, baptism and Ithe
Lord's Supper. Christ gave; the example in His own baptism and
taught the world what to do and how to do it, and why.
VL Lord's day Is an ideal memorial of His resurrection and
of the institution of His church on the first day of the week,
the day of Pentecost, not the Jewish sabbath. i '
TIL The discipline and rule of the church are ideal This
teaching touches every problem ot life in Its greit principles. In
the church and in all man's relationships. ; i
"VULThe church' Is Ideal in its organization and its purpose.
Democratic so far as man's. part in the organization. The whole
purpose may ha summed bp In the salvation of man from : sis
' here and hereafter, and thns the blessing and welfare of mankind.
Church Items of Interest to Folk: of Salem and Vicinity
SPECIAL SERVICES BRING NOTED SPEAKERS
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From left 'to right, the men above are: Her. J. Lyle Castoa, pastor of the 5Ioant Olivet Baptist church
la Portlaad, who will speak at the Jason Leo Brotherhood Lincoln program on Tuesday night; J)r.
James A. Sutherland of the Moody Bible Institute extewdoa department, which win open m revival
rmnlrn at the First Baptist church Sunday, and Rev. W. WMcConnlck of Seattle, who is con-
. CAiVAJIT BAPTIST ;
Jciiki. SoDt. Conten wih CorTHU Bp-
tiit ehurcn. Fmity nnilly 10; .
Janior ehorcH preehinr 10:50 i .m.
Dnt: "Clsr to Jeu" ( MtDiU)
K. th Dirks Brothers. PoDliUr OiPl
one. Mrrie 7:30 p.m. Prearhinf,: p
eial mnaie. Thr B. T.' :30 i p.m.
Trniti will met Mondy Tninr 7:30
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home f Jen MeElhinny, 290 Superior
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netday CTeninr 7:30 o'clock. ;
rOKO MEMORIAL M. E. COMMTTSITT
Gerth irn nd Third trt. Mere
dith A. GroTrs, psior. Sunday ichool
9:45 a.m. Mornicr worship 11 o elock;
mbject: "God Sekiir Sinnert." , iter.
Axl Oktoa will prrach. Special music
by .Miss Trola Grant and Janior choir.
ETnnins worship 7:30 'rlock; aubject:
Th Great Adveatnre Life." Special
mnaicby chair, orchestra. Vocal aolo by
Felix Wnrht and Maxine terjesoa.
Yoanir People's meetinga 6:30 o clock;
Mill Mildred Simmona, trader. Junior
church 11 a.m.
Orchard ITe'ighta Hoad. Meredith A".
GroTe. pastor. Sunday arhool 9 :o
iS.. Mornms worship 11 ociocn; uo-
ect: " Lost. ocal idu&:c oy tne sin-
Corner of Winter and Chemeketa
streets. UrOTer tJirTcnef, ir. u pm
tor. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. L. M.
Karaage, Hupt. MWtmr worsnip. is
'elulr florann hr the castor. ''Pay-
Day Gram Mere." Ajilhem. "The Lord
ia Exalted " (Weat. urran aumuera,
Fantasia" Stiner. ' 'Intermexao'
(Dunham). Marea Poinpoao" (Gal-
V i W l rI.Mittm r.il...av eAAItiM
meet at 6:30 p.m. Ereninf worship at
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7:w o eioea. oennom oy krr. dukh
"Specter and Skeptics." Anthem, "Be
Glad. O Te Bit"htoa" (Spenee). Mrs.
nn Milils will ii m sola. Mid-weak
prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Thuri-
F. E. Fisher, paator. Sanday school at
ft - W Am. I' w finnl. 11
Preaching. Subject: "Prayer and Katur
RICK RE ALL Sunday school 19 a.m.
Mrs. Warren Bare. Supt. 7:30, ETtnins
service) in caarre of the Missionary so
ciety. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST - .
Chemeketa and Liberty streets., gun.
day aerriees at 11 in the mominx and
S ia the evening. Bubject. "Spirit."
Suaday echoed at 9:45 and 11 for pup
ils nnder 20 years of age. Testimonial
meeting every Wednesday evening at 9
Reading room at 406 Masonic temple open
from 11 to 5:30 except Sundays and
Thirteenth and Ferry streets. , C. 0.
Wrston. pastor. Sander school at 1:45
p.m. Church service at 3 p.m. Subject,
Love." Evangelistic service at 7:45
p.m. Pnbjct, "Son Rmember."
Evangelist W. W. Clark will ispes at
LABISH MISSION EVANGELICAL
CLEAR LAKE Church school 10 a.m.
W. P. Collard. Bupt. Worship at 11.
Subject, "Prayer and Missions." Jr. E.
L. Ci E. at 11. Mis Marie Harold.
Rapt. Young People's E. L. C. E. at
MIDDLE GROVE Church school 10
a.m. T. V. Walker, Supt, Jr. E. L. 0. E.
at 11. Mra. Lydia Scharf. Supt. Inter
mediate E. L. C. E. at 6:30 p.m.. sub
ject "Why Should We Pray." Evening
worship at 7:30, subject. "Help For tho
Needy. Prayer meeting Wednesday ev
ening at Frank Scharf home. E. L. C. E.
bosinets meeting Friday evening at the
aS.t in the Churches kMM
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LABISH CENTER Church, school
10 A.m. W. A. Starker. Supt. E. L. C.
E .at 7 pjb. Subject. "What Is Implied
ia 'God is My Father'!" leader Joha.
nie Dow. Prayer meeting Thursday vi
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xl. K. sehenerman. pastor, list union
COURT STREET CHRI8TIAN
Court and 17th street. B. T. Shoe
maker, minister, 345 8. Winter street.
Phone 2589-J. Bible school, 9:45 a.m.
Mrs. Frank Marshall, Supt. . Moraing
worship. 11 a.m. Subject: "The Taber
nacle aa a Type." Christian Endeavor,
0:30 p.m. The Christian Endeavor so
ciety will give a program at 7:30 in
celebration of the 50th anniversary of
the C. E. movement. Aid society meets
Wednesday and Friday. Mid week meet
ing Wednesday, 7:30.
8ALE1C BAPTIST TEMPLE
Robert L. Payne, minister. Services
are held in the Fraternal Temple, Center
street between High and Liberty. Bible
school 9:45. Morning preaching service
11 o clock. Sermon topic, tor Troubl
ed Hearts in a Troubled World." Young
People s meetine; 6:30. Evening preach'
ing service 7:30. Sermon topic - "The
Meaning and Mode of Baptism aa Taught
in the Bible." Beautiful Baptism ser
vice, Sunday evening. Prayer meeting
South Commercial at Myers. 3. IHrltxv
Johnson, pastor.. Res. 348 E. Myers St.
Phone 2764. Service 11 a.m. Sermon
topics: ''The Lost Harmony," by the
pastor. Special masic: "Who is Like
Unto Thee" (Rogers). Sunday school
9:45 a.m. Stearns Cashing, Supt.
Toung People's meetings at 6:30 fol
lowed by evening service at 7:80. Ser
mon: "The Bey Who Left Home" by
Stearns Cashing, Asst. pastor. Special
musie in charge ot the Intermediate
league, Misa Lena Medler, advisor. j
TTRST CHURCH or THE HAZE BESS
One block south of Center on 19tS
street. Rev. Fletcher Galloway, pastor.
Residence 47S K. 25th street, phone
3309-W. The pastor will speak Sunday
from the following subjects: 11 a.m.
"What is the Choree, For " A brief
prelude. "The Heme." Solo. Miss Thee.
Sampson, contralto. 7:30 p.m. "A Soul
Expert.'' Solo, T. M. Litwiller. Sun
day school 9:45 a.m. Parents' Day. N.
f. P. 8. and Junior society :30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. i
High and Center streets. D. J. Howe,
pastor. Phone 1833-J. Morning service
11 o'clock; subject: "The Highest Typo
of Evangelism." Special music: solo.
"The Lord i My Shepherd" X.iddle
Miss Helen Cochran. Evening service
7:30 o'clock; subject: "The. Fight for
Character." (Sermon for Toung People
of Christihn Endeavor). Special numbers
at all services by choir directed by Prof.
E. W. Hobson. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Orville J. Hull. Supt. Mid-week ser
vices 7:00 p.m. Wednesday.
Services held in Kciier schoolbouae.
Hayes Beall, pan tor. Sunday school
meets at 10 o'clock. Jos. E. Eartrnff.
8upt. "The Great Teacher" is the
topic of the adult class lesson. Moraing
worship at 11 o'clock. Theme: "Foot
steps Toung people will make final
plans for attending the Salem Di&trict
Convention "St Corral lis.
JASON LEE MEMORIAL M. E.
Winter and Jefferson streets. Hugh B.
Fouke, Jr., pastor. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock; sub
ject: "What Chance Has Love!" Musie
by the choir. Evening worship 7:80
6 clock; subject: "Tomorrow's Man
power" a service observing the 21st an
niversary of the Boy Scout movement.
Troop 12 will attend and have part in
the service. Young People's" meeting
6:30 o'clock., Three leagues launch
their contest at the services tonight.
FIRST UNITED BRETHREN
12th and Mission streets. A. 8. Hen
derson, pastor; phono 1903-W. Morn
ing service 11 o'clock: subject: "The
Journey ot Life." Sunday school 10 a.m.
Mrs. Alice M, Henderson. Supt. Mid
week tervieea 7:30 p.m. Thursday; Mr.
Burt Baell, leader; place: church. Young
Penole's meetings 6":80 p.m. Subject:
"What Is Implied in "God Is My Fa
ther' I" .
BEVEJTTH DAT ADVENTIST
Corner of 5th and Cains streets. J.
Mark Comer, pastor. Sabbath school
(Sat) 9:45. Mra. Mae Tartar, leader.
Morning worship 11 o'eloek. Speaker,
Eld. C. J. Cole. who. was a missionary for
years in the South Sea Islands. - M. p.
Society 3 p.m. Sunday evening service at
7:30. Subject: The Book of Revelation.
The pastor will continue his Verse by
verse studies on this book.
CHRIST EVAHO. LUTH,
(in. Lnth. Synod)
Eighteenth and State streets. Rev.
Amos M. Minnenssn. paster. Phone 872R.
German aervicea 9:45 a.m. with Rev. J.
XT. Pfleuger. professor at Paciflo Luth
eran college. Parkland, Wash, as the
speaker. Sunday school 9:40 a.m. Mrs.
Amos E. Minneman. Supt. English ser
vices 2 p.m. with Prof. Victor Elvestrom
of Pacific Lutheran college giving the
address. English services 8 p.m. with
Prof. J. P. Fleuger in the pulpit. Luther
League 7 p.m. Miss Laura Minnemag.
ItrriTfliv t tmrrv '
Church street between Chemeketa, and
Center. Rev. p. W. Eriksen, pastor. II
n.m. "Do Wo Ignore Bmnll Beginnings I"
Anthem choir. 7:30 Stereoptieon Lec
ture, all colored alides. Luther Leagues
H. C. Stover, minister. Morning war
ship at 11. Sermon. "Blessed Are They
Thst Hunger." Duel "Prayer of the
Wanderer' ' sung by Mrs. F. E. ' Brown
and H. C. Stover. . Evening aervie nt
7:80. Sermon, "Youth and the Church."
Anthem "All Shall bo Peace" (Wil-oa).-
JTie Church School meets at 10
-" 0. a Harris, Sept. Tonne Peoples
societies at 9:45 p.m.
Kelson building. Chemeketa street, be
tween Liberty and Commercial. 7:80
p.m. Mm. Scfcwedal ef Portland will give
the address. Topic "Tha Object of
Life. Messages. Circle from 5:30 to
T by accredited mediums. - .
SOUTH 8ALE3C FRIENDS i
Commercial at Washington.
Ca. 8. Hawerth. pastor. . Sunday achool
n-ss. r.ataan Cook, Sopt. 11:00 morn-
Special muslo by the ejuartet. S p.m.
vespers. Angola time V. IS. meeting with
reminiseense! led bj the ' C. E. alumni;
A good meeting is stored. Short pray
er service following. Thursday 7:30 p.m.
Prayer meetipg and Bible study.
IrroNs ic b.
William Cone will speak at the Lyons
Methodist eharch Sunday afternoon at 8
1230 North Winter streets. Rer. J. R.
Stewart, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock; subject:
"Self Examination." Evening worship
7:30 o'clock; subject: "The Wedding
Garment." Young People's meeting 9:30
o'clock; subject: Third in the series ef
studies on the Tabernacle. Mr. Emory
FIRST M. E.
Church and State streets. B. Earle
Parker, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock; sub
ject: "The Secret of Endurance." Even
ing worship 7:30 o'clock; subject:
"When Overtaken in a Fault." Three
Young People's meetings- at 6:30 o'clock.
Junior church 11 a.m. Mrs. B. M. Locke
CASTLE ' UNITED BRETHREN
North 17th and Nebraska streets. L.
W. Biddle, pastor. Sunday achool 9:45
a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock; sub
ject: "The Savior's Memorial." Com
munion service. Evening worship 7:30
o'clock; subject: "Four Impossibilities."
Young People'n meeting 6:30 o'clock:
subject, "Why Should We Prayt",
Center and Liberty streets. Charles
E. Ward, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
ajn. Morning worship 11 o'clock; sub
ject: "The Investment of Life." Even
ing worship, 7:30 o'clock; Subject:
Two one-act plays will be given. The
first is entitled: "The Indian' a Search
la Implied in 'Cod is My Father' t"
for the White Man's Book of Life" pre
sented by group of boys. The sec
ond: "Camilla Brings Hyecintha" will
be presented by a gTOcp of young peo
ple of the church.
ST. JOHN'S X.UTHKBAM (Me. Synod)
North 16th and A streets. Rer. H. W.
Gross, pastor. Services at 9:45 with
Holy Communion. Preparatory 9:15 a.m.
Sunday school 9:00 a.m. Tuesday even
ing at 8 p.m. Special service, incidental
to the convention of the Oregon Pastoral
conference, to which St. John's ia host.
Corner of Hasel and Academy streets
Sunday school at 10 n.m. Lessen: Pent.
4:1-43. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Mid-week prayer and testimony
meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m.
EMMANUEL ruiX GOSFEX,
Chemeketa and 17th streets. C. Lewis
Rounds, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock; subject:
"The Word." Good musie and rood "sing
ing. Evening worship 7:45 o'clock: sub
ject: "Marriage of the King's Son."
Young People'a meeting Friday, 7:45
Corner Capitol and Marion streets. W.
G. Ltenk semper, pastor. Sunday school
10 a.m. German worship 10 o'clock:
subject: "Jenus, the World's Teacher."
English worship 11 o'clock: subject:
"The Great Denial." Choir anthem:
"Rock of Ages" by Dudley Buck.
Thirteenth and Center streets. A. P.
Lsyton, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock; subject:
"Nominal Christinas." Evening wor
ship 7:30 o'clock; subject: "The Ser
mon on the Mount. Yonng People's
meeting 0:30 o'clock; subject: "What
la Implied in 'God is My Father' t"
North Cottage and Chemeketa streets.
Rev. Fred Alban Weil, minister. Church
achool at 10 a.m. Milea H. McKay.
Sopt. Church service at 11 o'clock.
Sermon: Walter A. Denton, organist.
FIRST GERMAN BAPTIST
North Cottage and D streets. G. W.
Rntsch, min liter. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Sam Schirman, Supt. Service 11
a as. Sermon topic, "The Closed Door."
Choir anthem. Women's Missionary so
ciety will meet at the church at 2:80
p.m. Sermon topi", "The Summons to
Seek the Lord." B. T. P. U. meeting at
8 p.m. Tuesday with Henry Neuman tn
charge. Regular mid-week prayer ser
vice at 8 p.m. Vednesday.
Etlmore J. Gilstrsp, minister. Bible
school 10 a.m. Fred Bates, Supt. Com
munion and morning worship 11 a.m.
Morning sermon. "A Complete Word."
Special musie by the choir. Evening
service begin with the Christian En
deavor prayer meeting led by Mrs.
Parks at 6:30 p.m. Sam Smith. Wallace
Chandler, Frank Sack a and Moaart Tap
pan, will sing a special male quartet.
Corner ef North Liberty and Marion
streets. William H. Robins, pastor. Re
gular services Sunday. Bible school at
9:45 with classes for all age. ' Mr. Bro
er and eerp of competent teacher in
charge. Dr. James A. Sutherland will
begin a series- of meetings at the -11
o'clock hour. , Dr. Sutherland will speak
a tthe evening service at 7:80, and at
8:00 and 7:80 p.m. every day.- Be will
slso address the Young Peoples meeting
at 6:30. The Friday night Bible study
elasa will meet the Sth. but will be
postponed afterwards nnlil the meetings
are over. '
Jason Lee Methodist
Winter and Jefferson
HUGH B. FOUKE. Jr.,
11 A. St. "What Chance has
7t80 P. If. "Tomorrow's Man
(Evening hour changes to
The parents wilt be guests of
honor at the Kazaren sunaay
school Sunday when an effort is
being made to have the parents
of every child in the scnooi
present.-The pastor. Rev. Fletch
er Galloway Will give & brier jpre
lude on "Parenthood and i. the
Home" In the 11 o'clock service.
Frank M. - Litwiller, superin
tendent of the . Sunday school,
has arranged several Interesting
features on the pjrogram which
will be riven In the opening; per
iod. The 75volce Junior choir
will sing. The parents who de
sire to do ' so willj be given the
opportunity of visfcing the chil
dren s classes. In order to can
nect the religious training in the
home more closely with that of
we ennrcn. t i
The report of the secretary.
Clyde " Hoff er, on( January 1
showed a 30 per cent increase in
average atendance fof the Sunday
school over the previous - year.
This is in line with the increase
throughout the entire denomina
tion of 17,944 or 11 per jcent
gain In 1930 over 1929. A goal
of zoo.uoo by 1933 has been set
by tne denomination.
The annual father and j son
banquet for the Ford Memorial
M. E. church and community will
be held in the community 1 hall
Monday, February- 9, at :3JU
The meal will be potIuck. Pro
gram will consist of the follow
Group singing, male quartet;
accordion solo, harmonica mu
sic, whistling sold by Wesley
Warren, talk for the fathers by
J. W. Simmon8 talk for the sons
by Lyle Thomas, a skit bys the
Boy Scouts and a skit demonstra
tion by the Friendly Indians.
Roy R. Hewitt. ;dean of jWil
lamette university law school,
will? give the main address of the
evening. His subject will be I'Tag
You're It." j j
The Ladies' Aid business meet
ing will be held at the- home of
Mrs. Marie Burgqyne at, 1015
Second street Wednesday at 12:00
o'clock; Bible study Wednesday
7:45 p. m. j
Will be Resumed
j Starting Sunday
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The hour of venlnr trvt
will be resumed by the jjason
Lee Methodist church, beginning
Sunday. February i 8, after to
months Of afternoon VMner narv-
ices. The Epworth Leagues will
meet at C:30, followed at 7:30
Dy tne church service. The! Boy
Scout troon snonsored bvi th
church will have a part lnl the
evening, recognizing the 21st an
niversary of the : Scont move
ment. They will: attend in a
body and the pastor will speak
on "Tomorrow's-Man Power" In
the morning at 11 a. m. the ser
mon tneme will be "What
Chance has Love?'"
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Local Pastor in
. Rev. Amos E. Minneman I will
occupy jthe pulpit of Peace Luther
an church, Portland, gain day
morning both at the English and
the German 'services; Mr. Minne
man will be In Portland in his ca
pacity as official of the American
Lutheran church to hold a visita
tion in Peace church. Two weeks
ago Mr. Minneman occupied the
pulpit at St Paul's, Portland, In
his capacity as visl tator of the
northwestern district of the Amer
ican Lutheran church. j
J. MARK COMER, Pastor
Sunday Evening-, Feb.;
chapter. Most intensely
Come ask questions, i
Wednesday Eve. 7:30
Xwus.aumxrii ruaau L
NANCY MAMXS. Af fMCIH m-,
AStOIWM UtCOU( WK SOSN SJA!
tot Ats) a msurvuu. ky, mi
With a stout heart
tne people he loved his fellow Americans. v
JT7 QI7DI7 ATITLJ. A rnKtcinrD a Tr cvhid a tuv tu
MEN WILL SPEAK
Christ Lutheran Will Hear
1 Of Washington School
1 - At Sunday Service
: Pulpit of .. Christ . Lutheran
church will be occupied Sunday
by Professor J.. P. Pfleuger and
Victor Elvestrom from Pacific
Lutheran college at Parkland,
wash.. 1 . j ..! - . " -I
Prof. I Pfleuger was called to
the Lutheran mission fields of
the Hermansburg Missionary so
ciety in India during the war
but was retused admittance since
for a . time no missionaries were
allowed- to enter the German
fields. Thereupon Prof. Pfleuger
engaged In -home mission work
being pastor of the Queen Anne
Hill Lutheran church In Seattle,
Wash. From this place he -was
called ' to his present position.
Prof.'- Pfleuger, is In great da
mand 'as a ' conference, ch'atau
qua, and Sunday school lecturer.
: Professor Elvestrom - likewise
has been - engaged In church
work for years and is known as
an interesting and fluent
Bpeaker. j -
The 'two men will at this time
seek to acquaint the membership
of Christ , Lutheran church - here
with the work of Parkland col
lege which belongs to the Nor
wegian Lutheran' church of
America and towards whose sup
port all of the members of the
American . Lutheran conference
contribute and to which this con
ference sends Its young people
The First Methodist church
opened the first meeting of a six
week's tralnlne institute for
church workers last Monday. The
institute is unaer the supervi
sion of Aliss ! Margaret Steven
son, director of religious educa
tion, and is nlanned for the nnr-
pose of improving and enlarging
tne . educational program of the
church school. -
The institute will be. in session
each Monday evening until March
9 from 7:15 -9:00 o'clock. Among
the courses listed are: "Training
in Worship," "Teaching Meth
ods for Department Aees " "How
we uot our Bible," and "The
Teaching Ministry of Christ."
Members " of the farnltv tn.
elude! Miss Stevenson. Mla Ad-
Ona Cochrane,-" Miss Hazel Brun-
ner, ur. jb. k. Parker. Mrs. E. C.
Miller, Dr., E. S. Hammond, Mrs.
George R. K. Moorehead, Prof.
D- II. Schulze and Mm. W r
Will Hold Meet
The church' council nf the
American Lutheran church will
meet Tuesday night at 8 o'clock.
! The Ladies' Guild of the chnrch
holds its regular monthly meeting
Tuesday afternoon, with Mm. n.
M. Byrd!n eharge ot the mission
Study. Hostesses for the day wilt
be Mrs. George Quesseth, Mrs.
Marie Schneider and Mrs. Stanley
Women to Meet
The Woman Is Aid of the Castle
United Brethren chnrch will meet
in all-day session Wednesday, and
in the evening: the Woman's Missionary-
society will meet, at the
church at 7:30 o'clock. At the
latter meeting the annual thank
offering program will be given,
and tea received from a mission
ary In China will be served.
8. 7:30 o'clock. Ruhieet "RRV.
verse hv versA atnrJv. rwHrinTiinor . Rt V
interesting; part of the book.
Moving Picture "THE TRANS
given by Rev. R. E. Close.
rv7wu woaaa as a mot oat
no RMCT IBStOUl 0I SMD Of t
cxrowow. . m at ita a
through the ever deepening shadows of his life, Lincoln Served
The "Women's Missionary so
ciety of the First Baptist church
will hold an all-day prayer meet
fng, Jn therhurch. Friday, bJ
Kinnrag -at'10 o'clock. n
LvThe program, . Including sub
'rVYe -Shall be My Witnesses,"
Mrs. James Smlther, leader; sec
ond period, "A Witnessing
Chnrch", JMrs. James Foster,
leader; solo, "A Clean Heart",
Mrs. C. H. McCullah; third per
iod, "Prayer for a Witnessing
Church",-Mrs. W. Robins; fourth
period, "Prayer for Crusades of
Righteousness", ' Mrs. Mackey;
"Witnessing in This Age", Mrs.
Mark . Skiff; solo. Mrs. Kllng
porn; "Presentation of. Pro
jects", Mrs. Prescott, leader; so
los,' Gladys ' Edgar; subject,
"Prayer of Dedication", Mrs. L.
M. Meeker, leader.
War to Open
At Jason Lee
At a spirited meeting of .the
three Epworth League groups of
the Jason Lee Methodist church
plans for a six-weeks inter-league
contest were announced, to begin
Sunday February 8. and continue
through Sunday, March 15. The
committee ' In charge of the af
fair, appointed by - the Toung
People's council, is Donald Dour-
ls, Esther Black and Myron
A system of awards and points
have been worked out including
attendance at the league services,
Sunday school and church; se
curing new members for the lea
gue; putting on the best . social
event; the largest -, number at
tending a hike on Washington's
birthday; decoratings the church
auditorium for the 'Sunday ser
vices; attendance at the district
Epworth League convention a
Corvallls; and raising money for
meeting the pledge made to the
Falls City Institute. ;
Members of the winning lea
gue are to be the guests at a
dinner given by the other two
groups, following the conclusion
of the catest. , Announcement
was made that more than 60
young people are Jnembers al
ready, and that the attendance
in the three departments at Sun
day school last week was 125. A
keen interest has Already been
evidenced by the leaders, and the
three presidents, Clarence Poor,
Elanor Barth and Loren Benja
min have called meetings of their
cabinet to plan the campaign.
On Another Week
Revival services at the Free
Methodist church will be contin
ued next week, with services
each evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Praver meetinrs are being held
each evening from 7 to 7:30
o'clock. The evangelist. Rev. W.
W. McCormlck ot Seattle, will
preach each evening and at both
services on Sunday.
Rodgers Building i
Junior Church. j
A. M. Preaching 10:50 o'clock
'M - JJfc -
Ooloa Baptict Jcrnplo
Smnday Morning, Oar Troubled Hearts In a TronblHI Werld
BEAUTIFUL BAPTISMAL SERVICE
Evening Topic The Meaning and
toe Word of Ood
, ! Robert L. Payne, Minister
m sm3 mm nr
roHb m iMfcut
litflU TO SMMt
iAS4MH. IN MM
NCtMSi fXKTta TO
uttx thc rvmrt
Of TMC CrV It. waa.
HIT THt .
s i n!JLj r
Lincoln Birinaay rrograrii
Of Jason Lee Brother
hood to be Tuesday
The Rer. J. Lvle
tor of the Mount Olive mit;.
cnurcn in I'oriiana and rHns-
nizett as one or the outstartflii;
ieaaers oi ms racial group -In t!in
northwest, has been secured Ky
the Jason Lee Brotherhood to ),.
the speaker at the Lincoln bin
day program to be put on bytl:
brotherhood on Tuesday, Febn:
ary 10, at the church. Winter ar l
Jefferson streets.! Announcem::t
to that affect was made by ti.
president, F. P.kPhfpps. j
The subject announced by
Caston Is "The Moral Indepen.
dence of Lincoln and Our Nerd
of Jt . Today," An Invitation Is ex
tended to all the men of the com
munity to attend thm
whlohionena with 1lnn.. oTc-l
30 i o'clock. Reservstlona mv
mr . . w u.mw, ml
'phonCd to the . naator of I
cnurcn, i74i, prior to Monday
night, February 9. f
A number of other interest..-.
features will be Included in ti e
program. Perry Reigelmari will
read Ida Tarbell's well know n
work, "He Knew Lincoln," 8h l
Billy Mudd will repeat the u?
perance oration which won firt-t
plSce On the recent Loyal Lfgt r
contest, "Ben and Pat, Co-wor!;
The Brotherhood of First Met t
odlst church gave the prellmlia y
program at tbe district retrer t of
that church at the First Method:-.
church in Albany Wednesday.
The theme was "Evaneli i
and Stewardship,',' Judge O. v.",
Emmons gave Select reai ir?,
"Varnish." Two vocal solos ve;
given ,rby Bruce SpauldlngJ Mr.
Spauldlng Is a son and granlsoi
of! pioneer ministers and -circuit
riders! of the Willamette valley.
Over 100 delegates were irs
ent from the 10 charges, Lebaij
on having 20, the! largest delega
tion. iDr. Luther I T. Lovejoy of
Chicago was the principal speak
er! The district pre-Eastef jpro-
gram of "Evangelism, Steward-
shin and Education ' was adopted.
A banouet was served by the
women of Albany cnurcn.
Pa&tors to Meet
r 1- .ii .--
The Salem Ministerial associa
tion; will meet on! Monday morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock at the Y.
M. C. A. i - I .
Dr.: Grover Blrtchet, pastor of
the First Presbyterian churcb, is
to ! speak on "The Progress of
Rer. W. C. I Kantner has
charge of the devotions. Impor
tant matters of business will be
considered. i i
ATTENDED Br M l
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
High and Ferry fits.
Church School 9;40' a. : m. "W. T.
Supt. Contest with Cbrvallls Baptist church,
Dnctt "Closer To Jesus' ; 3IcDnlels)
The Dirks brothers
Y. P TJ.'s 6i30 p. m.
P. M. Popular Gospel Song Service 7:30
- Preaching, Special music. ,
i . i
WEUCOME j "W. Earl Cochran, pasto"
Mods of Baptism as Taught In
rTvf MV) Amt Mi SC0Kt
IHAIMUtAnON A ntwiHT.
Ht WHHiMVHArtP IN fClfi
TMurtf y jommw tooxn
a t in nn i i
iwp. oermon, "a Kal Revival."