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Th OXtEGON STATESMAN, Salen, Oregon, Satcrday Morninr. April li, 1931
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Perf ormanVe, "In
Strength" at First M. E.
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nrv Tnlre!t iMflll'Of the
First Methodist church will repeat
Its performance of .the drama, ?In
His Strength." at the church au
ditorium Sunday eTeniny, April
' was-first' presented several week
agor: Many requests to ba.ve.tb0
play repeated bare been received,
and the evening service hour will
t he riven over to it this week, i
The play is to be given under
the dramatic oepanmeai i
' 1 ith virrinli Dnrkee as
. chairman. Miss Margaret Stev
enson, director of religious education;-
is coachings the east which
is composed of the following stu
dents: Peter, the Apostle Eugene
smitn. - --Adah,
Ms wife Ruth Schrci-
ber. . ' V
Zillah, her mother Jeane For
Andrew, Peter's brother "Wes-
I .... T.xVa '. '" "
John, the I beloved disciple '"
'Kelvin ZabrUyvHUi 4, ii -.i;f -
James, another disciple WMIs
nersaej. . , . :
The lighting effects will be
bandied by Forest Holladay Wes
ley Janke will be stage assistant
and Virginia Dume win oe cos-
will have charge of the stage de
sign and scenic eiiecis.
GIRLS OFFER PLAY
A play, "Missionary Arithme
tic" will be presented at tbe cal
vary Baptist church Sunday
night at 7:30 o'clock by the
Sterling chapter. World Wide
The . cast of characters In
cludes: Dr. Carrie McWllliams,
a missionary doctor In India,
Miss F. Mildred Taylor; Miss
Black, a nurse. Miss Loralne
Gregg; three Indian women. Miss
Jewel Howell. Mrs. Alma Willis,
Miss E. Carol Stoddard; four
happy American girls and their
"aunt". Aunt Wilda, Miss Ber
nice Kielze; Mae, Miss E. Carol
Stoddard; Tot, Miss Dorothe
Pickens; Gertrude, Miss Dorothy
Ross; and Stella, Miss Eva Mae
The play was coached by Mrs.
Earl Gregg, guild advisor. An
invitation is extended to the pub
lic. - ;No admission will be
; Rer. Fletcher Galloway, pastor
of the Church of the Naiarene an
nounces the opening of two series
of .sermons which will continue
for five weeks. One of these will
deal with the place of the Holy
Spirit In the Christian church.
The other will be based upon quo
tations from tbe devil. The first
series will Include the following
subjects: "The Holy Spirit and
Bible Study", "Soul Awaken
ing", "The Baptism with the
Spirit",' "Healing, Gifts,; Mir
acles; and "Power for Service."
The second series which will be
given on Sunday evenings,' will
Include: "The Great Betrayal".
-Slanderer". "Toying with God",
-"Brute or Immortal", and "The
The recent revival services
which were conducted by the pas
tor resulted In about 40 conver
sions and the church was crowd
ed to capacity many times during
the special services. One of the
Unusual features of the Naxarene
church here, is the large attend
ance en Sunday . evenings. '
; Will be Tuesday
-The regular monthly all-day
meeting of tbe Marlon county
Holiness association will be held
la the Free Methodist church In
Salem Tuesdar. Anril 14. Hot -
R. Stewart is pastor of the bost
caurch. ... -
:First Year Work
Sunday will mark the closing
01 ib conference year lor the
Kiekreail and Frultland mission
the pastor. Rev. F. E. Fisher, an
Bounces. He will preach at Fruit
land at 11 o'clock Suadav muni.
lag. and at Rlckreall at 8 o'clock
Club Set Meeting
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The church council of . th
American Lutheran church will
meet Tuesday nlxht at 8 o'clock
and lb Young People's Booster
club will .meet Wednesday eves
ing at the same .hour. It Is an
Bounced. Both . sessions - win bo
held la the church social room.
' CO TO 'PORTLAND
PERRYDALE. April 10. Mr
and Mrs-. Hershel Rimbsteadt and
on, who have spent the pas
three- weeks . with Mr. and. Mrs
O. EL Kurtz, - went to - Portland
Thursday afternoon to visit at the
Seibert Walker home."
Hundreds assembled at the Tomb of
. i ..V-- -. . j
Cemetery at dawn for Easter services. President and Mrs. Hoover,
with James H. Milan, Grand Commander of the Knights Templar
pictured leading the singing. -
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Annual State Conference
Of Evangelical Churches
Will be in New Structure
Few church conferences have the privilege of helpinsr
to dedicate a beautiful new temple of worship, but that will
be one of the -enjoyable features of the Oregon conference
of Evangelical j churches, which opens here Wednesday,
April 16. and extends through Sunday, April 19. Already
nearly 10 registrations for the
conference have come in.
The new Evangelical church
structure at Summer and Mar
lon streets will be occupied for
the first time tomorrow, which
means that It will be literally
but a few days old when Evan
gelical pastors and lay delegates
from all over tbe state gather
here for the annual session. Pas
tors will open sessions prelimin
ary, to the main conference Tues
Program for the conference.
highlight to Salem peoplo of
whleh will be the dedication of
the edifice Sunday, was an
nounced yesterday by Rev. A. P.
Rev. J. H. Baurenfeind, su
perintendent of the Deaconess
hospital of Chicago, 111., will be
the speaker at tbe early session
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.
The " Wednesday session will
open at 8 o'clock In tbe morning
when tbe board of examiners
will meet, with Rev. Carl Hein-
mlller presiding. The conference
missionary society session will
be held that morning at 10
o'clock with Rev. D. R. Hoff
man presiding and -at 10:45
o'clock the Students Aid society
will meet with G. F. Leininr.
First meeting of , the confer-!
ence proper will be held Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, with
Bishop G. E. Epp, D. D., In the
chair: Dr. E. G. Fry," editor of
the Evangelical Messenger, of
Cleveland, Ohio, will bring the
message Wednesday night at
7:30 o'clock. ;
The Thursday conference ses
sions .open at 9 o'clock in the
morning, continuing until 11:45
o'clock and from 2 to 5 o'clock
in the afternoon.' The even In
program. suiting at 7:30
o'clock,! will see showing of lan
tern 'slides and -a lecture by
Bishop 'Epp, a, member of ; the
commission which visited the
Orient. Thursday , night will - be
given over to missionary pro
gram, t. ; .
Frldar will-be the Mr 'day for
the youth of the state, with the
night session to be given3 over to
a rally. in . charge of Rev, Lyle
Wllland of ' Monmouth.
The sessions for Saturday have
not been completed. Sunday, fi
nal day of conference, will see
dedication of the church and the
beautiful Robert ; Morton organ.
The program for that day in
cludes tbe regular bible school
session, at 9:45: o'clock, with
Sapt. L. Lb Thornton in : chance.
At 10:45 o'clock Bishop Epp will
preach the sermon and ordina
tion of Junior preachers will fol
low. .... J 1-
The organ concert - dedicating
the new organ will be held: at
2:15 o'clock. . . Program . for this
wlU be announced later. , -
Dedicatory services for tbe
church edifice will be . held at
2:45 o'clock, -with -Bishop Epp
delivering the sermon.
Bishop Epp ;, will preach the
closing sermon at 7:30 o'clock,
this service to end with reading
of the appointment of ministers.
Women of the host church' will
prepare meals Cor all conference
attendants at a nominal cost.
Enjoys Regular :
-Tbe Dorcas society of Christ
Lutheran church met at the
church parlors . for the - regular
monthly meeting Wednesday aft
moon- at a o'clock with Mrs.
Clarke Lee, Mrs. Gottfried Lelske
and Mrs. John JCoenecke as host
the Unknown Soldier in Arlington '
esses. Routine business and a
program occupied the time.
Committees were appointed as
follows: hostesses, Mrs. A. Meyer,
Mrs. R. L. Meyer and Mrs. E.
Hoffman: flower committee, Mrs.
H. Albert and Mrs. Louise Abry;
visiting committee, Mrs. Alf
Propp and Mrs. Geo. Nets; pro
gram committee, Mrs. Alb. Zarn
zow and Mrs. H. D. Watson.
The decorations were In ac
cord with the Easter season just
WAV. G. Chapter
Will Elect New
Of ficers Monday
Sterling chapter World Wide
Guild girls will hold their month
ly business meeting at the Cal
vary Baptist church Monday
night, April 13. Devotions are
in charge of Miss Lois Cochran.
Program will be led by Miss Lola
Every girl is urged to attend
this meeting as the officers for
the coming year will be elected.
A pot-luck dinner will be served.
Will Hold Next
Fully 200 members of the Sa
lem district- Methodist Men's
council are expected to ' attend
the regular meeting to be held
at tbe community baU in Turner
Wednesday night,- April 16, be
ginning at I; 30 o'clock.
President Carl Gregg Doney of
Willamette university will give
the main, address, his 'subject to
be "Unfolding . Personalities".
Special musical numbers will be
furnished by the Turner church
men. y ...
Offices Wilt be ;
Here on Sunday
District officers of the Luther
League and members of the Eu
gene, Portland and Vancouver
leagues of the chureb have bees
invited to meet here Sunday aft
ernoon with the organisation of
the young people of the American
Lutheran church. --
The session will convene at 4
o'clock in the parlors ' of the
church, .located on Church street
between Chemeketa and Center.
Gets New Bibles
. The Gideons of Salem will bold
a dedication service in the state
tuberculosis hospital chapel Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, it is
announced by L Van Delinder of
this city, state president of the or
ganization. The Gideons group
has placed bibles at .the hospital.
To Meet Friday
The Women' society of-the
Calvary Baptist church will meet
Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the home, of Rev. and Mrs. W.
Earl Cochran. : Election of offi
cers will be tbe most important
item , or the business session. . An
Interesting program is being ar
ranged." - - "
Another i eriea of special meet
ings at which - nationally known
speakers wltt present the dry urogram-for
1932 will be held begin
ning ; next Friday , at th First
Methodist, church, with a number
of local .churches cooperating.-
- The unlon meetings" -will be
open at 7 : 3 0 o'clock Friday, with
COL ' Alfred Lr Mondy ? flying
quadrtn"Bpeakerl and," a lieuten
ant colonel in " the Indiana" na
tional guard," bringing the ad
dress; . r tf : ,v 'j : -
Two other meetings will ' be
held.-Sunday .and Mond'ay - evn
lngs, both at .7:30 o'clock, ,flss
Norma: C. Brown of Bloomington,
Jlh; vice-president of , the Flying
Squadron foundation , and associ
ate editor of the National Enqulr
er, will be the Sunday . night
sneaker. . Sne ia an Ard&ind min.'
ister and has appeared in every
state in the union." x - ,' ; ,E ' ' -J,
Oliver W. Stewart of Chicago,
president of the Squadron, wlU
be tbe speaker for the last of the
three meetings,. He is editor of
the National Enquirer. :
DALLAS, : April -10. Begin
ning Sunday evening, April 12,
at 7:30 o'clock, Rev. J. A. Smith
of the Presbyterian church will
start the first of a series of ser
mons on the "Seven Cardinal
Virtues. What Are They?"
These sermons are the result
of a vote of high school students
who were, given a list of 25 vir
tues to check the ones they con
sidered most Important for a
weir balanced character..
Two hundred and twenty-five
lists were returned, with honesty
and truthfulness receiving 214
votes; ambition 191; love 147;
self control 137; courage 129;
loyalty 112; and unselfishness
Rer. Smith - will commence
with the last named virtue first
and work towards the first in
To Bring Prohi
WOODBURN, April 10 Miss
Norma- C. Brown of Bloomington,
ar. ordained minister and a work
er for the dry forces, will speak
i n the Woodburn Methodist
church Sunday morning, April
19, at 11 o'clock. Miss Brown will
present the day program for
Miss Brown has traveled and
spoken widely and has seen many
things of interest, especially
things concerning national af
fairs. She is vice president of the
Flying Squadron foundation and
associate editor of the National
The general public is invited to
hear Miss Brown's speech. There
will be no admission charge.
Ford Church Men
To Hold Regular
The Men's council of tbe Ford
Memorial M. E. community
chureh will bold its regular meet
ing Monday- night, April 13, be
ginning with a potluek supper at
Tbe supper session will be fol
lowed by a program and busi
ness meeting. C. - F. French of
tbe Leslie junior high school
faculty will speak on "Youth and
the Church", and tb ere win be
special music by the male quar
tet and the "Hill Billies' orches
tra from Popcorn- school.. - All
men of the community are in
vlted to attend.
For Bertram Ross
A BiMsorlil serrice -for Ber
tram Ross, 'who disappeared
while bathing in the surf at Nes-
kowia on June 8 of last year ana
wnose DOfljr was never, recorerea
will ha held at the Free Metho
dlst church, , Market and North
W!nf.r airAfeta ' on 1 Sundav after
noon at 2:30 o'clock.! Rev.'M. C.
Clark In charge. ,
Rev. H B. Fouke
To Give Address
To Group Monday
Salem XfinUtarfal 'association
will meet in regular . session at
10:30 o'clock next Monday morn
ing at tbo T. M. .CVA. building. v
The nrorram ( includes devo
tions. Dr. E.. S. i Hammond; .ad
dress. The - Church and , Youth"
by Rev. Hugh B-' Fouke, pastor
of the Jason Lee M. E. church.
Bogstad to SpeaK
'ftTV.VKRTOJf Anril ' Rrr. R.
Bogstad, - superintendent . of the
Sunset home at ' Eugene will
speak at Immanuel church San-
day morning. Rev. J. M. Jensen.
regular pastor, win be at Fort
anA wtiere ha will act as d resi
dent of the Oregon Circuit of Lu-
tkaran hnrehea which holds a
I convention there at that time -
- ZVAXOEUSTIO -ZABEXYACUB - - - '
- Tkirtath ut Ytrry wtrtm . OL- O.
WmWe, pattor. - Soaday -aehool t 1:45
p.m. Chrek mrrie t i. . 8akjeV "Tfc
Holy-eplril te.th.BUtrvr .'Life.".
IvsaffsUsUs', Brries t T:44. - Bubiwi,
"LiU tks Othmr 844." LMtar M
th Book' of BT(btioa TatAr, Thsrs
Chvreh aad BtW trMU - 'B- Trl
Parker,. D. D-putor. .Grsd4 - fiaaday
school f :4S - a.n. Monlif worakia .11
o'oWrk: abt:,"Tho Worid'a-qaWw
Enrpri." - E renin ' worskio 7:80
eioek. . JCpit prforma.n et tbree
Mi na'!a Bis Btreactk. W m
bera fi Univaraitr- lu.- Tare Tatug
faopia't M&rs.s:sv' a'eloek. :
f Crar .' of Wlater and Ofaaatakaiar
?trea; -. GroTer C 3irtebat,-D. paa
or. ChTch aehool . maefk' at . 9 : SO a.m.
1m it. &aa&are -8npt. MorniBf worakip.
li eioe. uoauaaaity aarriea. mmoa.
VTlIt Ha Cornea.'1 -Bpecial araaia. Chria-
B Eadaavor eoHetiee aaet-at- 0:30
p. at. Ereniaf wavaaip' 7!80 o'clock. Bor
as oa ay me pattor, "Salf-lMeeptioa."
Anihera, "Welcome "8we Grace'
(Maey). ' Orffaa anaibera, "JETeaaoBg'
(Martin): "Merck ef the Aeelytee
(Fitcker). . Ifid-wek prayer, meeting at
i:3V clock xauraday eTeaing.
-.V , irrasT zvaxtoelxosx
Marion and Bummer atreeta. . A, t.
Layton,-paator.. Sanday aekool S:45 a.m.
Morntac verso lp ll o'clock; m eject:
"Wbea Jeaaa Cornea la." . Special music.
Eveninr trerahia 7:J0 o'clock T tabled :
The F rait of the Spirit.", Special macie.
Tout-fMBlt l meetiaar 6:30 o'clock:
tnbject: "How Far Dare - We Praetlee
Brotherhood of Man." - Lewreae lUrei,
leader. . . . . . ;
. . AlCERZCAir Z.TrTHEBAV '
Chore k street . between -Chemekela" and
Center streets. Rev. P. W. Enkaea. pal
tor. 11 a.m. The Fine Art of Workinf
Together. Special mnsie. . Anthem by
tka choir. - 7 :SO a.m. Bandar aekool eT
eaing conducted by Max Oehlhar, Sunday
Bupt. . )emarks . by. the pastor. , . 9 Hi
a.m. Sunday school.
LASX8B 1GSSIOK SVAKCnBUCAZ. '
CLEAR LAKE Church acbool - 10
a.m. W. P. Collard, Supt. Worship
Vn ...VS... . liTk. ri....nl T.v.r.ri 11
Holy . commnnity serrice - for yonth" and
aonits. e, u u b p.m.
MIDDLE GBOVE Church school 10
( 11. latermeaiaie r ui j. o:aw
m. Holy communion serrice in chargo
ol presiding elder: v. r. liates as (
LABISH CENTER Chareh school 1Q
am W. A. Starker, Supt. O. E. at 7
K.m. Pre-prayer serrice 8:50. C. E. aub
v.. r .n V Praetice tka
Brotherhood of Man I" Delbert Bihby.
H. R. Sehaoarmaa, pastor, 1161 Union
, TOST SPIRITTJAI.
Serrice at 7: SO p.m. at the Nelson hall
located en Chemeketa, street between
Commercial and laberty streets. Mrs.
Howard I. Ray of Portland will be the
speaker. Subject, "The Reaponoibility of
Mediumship." A circle wiU be held at
the ehnreh from 3:30 p.m. natil T p.m.
Message will be fiTen by accredited me
diums. SAXE1C BAPTIST TEMPLB
r. P, niniater. Krrlc,S
.wa m. J
are held iar Frateraal Temple. Center
street between Hiirh aad Liberty. Bible
ecaooi w:a. monuna; ,k",
11 o'clock. Sermon topic, "Gleaning
in Boats Field." Toung People's meet
ing :30. Ereniaf preaching rriee
Special mnsie by two ehorae ehor end
the orchestra, solo by Kenneth Abbot.
Prayer meetiac; Thursday erening. .
(American Lnib, Sjnop)
i-iv .. Bia itruti. Rer. Amos E.
Minneman, A. M.. pastor.. Oermaa ser-
Tires :aa a.m. oni; - --
stene of Him Who Suffered aad Died
For Cs." Ena-lish serrieea 11 a.m. Sub
ject: "At the eet of osmanei. inn
. .;i ., t 1 -SO n.m. at the home
of Augnst Kehrberger. x
COTTRT STREET CHRISTIAK
Court aad 17th streets. B. F. Shoema
ker, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Morning1 worship 11 o eioca;
"Almost Persuaded." Ereniag worship
7:30 o'clock; union serrice at t
Cbrirtian. Yonng People's meeting 630
o'clock: Aid Society Wednesday and Frt-
rrasT chtrch or chrxst.
Oi.mekata and Liberty streets, 8unday
Sunday school at :5 and 11 a.m. Tea-
timanial meeiiae; erery " "7r " "
a iL.adTae- Room at 400 Ifeseaie
Temple open from 11 to 8:80 except
Buaeaya aaa iouh.
jasok xa aixMomiAi, u. z.
' tpi.. ..J r.fferson ' streets. Kv,
erriee at li a.m. or-iu j
"What Jeana Meant by 8lrtlon The
choir wiU aina-. Erenin,- aerriee at 7:80
M A Blosaom 1'sy Jl
SdtV the Lilie. .t ...neld HowThey
Grow." Bonaay acnooi at --
a-. .X boon Fox-
am a S:SO p.m. aeiowaip.
lowinr the erening :aerr.c.
Rodger bnilding. High - and Ferry
. -i t.a .L.oah naSMl an : enlS aa. HI.
Three-more Sn-day. .rtb.
Proachiag 10:50 . 7:30 P.m,
Caurek acnooi or .- . "T z-
L.w.. "M Restored to God .ay
rv.:-" Solo: "O Lord. Romemoer
Ma-MCsra anng o. Mis. Martha
Filer P. M. Bspthmal serrice. PUy bj
fv. wvo "lliaaUaary Arltbmetie. 1
Sermon: "AddltJon an . oh-
Solo "Lord Teach Me to rray
J? . v. Vr. Dirks. Monday eren-.
Ug 7:30 a' clock tmeteo JZS
aesday rrenlar iellowbi - emd pray
VZKg V'ao-.dock foiuwjt I m i fcr
the meeting of the deaeona and.
. Tharsdar eroatett eboix rahearaaa
at 7:30 e'tlock. ' - -- -
TOST CKMITLI .
HIrb aad Center streets..' D.
jabioei sr 7; ps
Pref St ' W.' Hebson. ETeninr. Zir
. Dr. Kenema, preaching. BP?J
mie. Sonday acbool t4S a-m. wmuw
1B .. WTl E- arenas
i-TO tSirintlre-rW-., .Ptl
..1 serVic. at 7 ,.. The RoTiral meet-
Sags continue nt . i .
vl Preach Sunday
rtoTjrta.w : 'larll "10 --Revi
Edward Mott. president; of Port
land Bible Institutes .will wecl
the FTiends church here jiext
daughria-ceswerw in New-
berg weaseMsj ; tr. . .
to attend the Friends MinUter
lar conference. , J t
Monthly Meeting j
To be Wednesday
The Knight"' Memorial Congre
gational churcbv will bold its reg
ular monthly church night meet
ing and . potluckr dinner at the
church parlors. Wednesday night,
starting at C:4 o'clock.-
First Gathering :; ; f
" For Nets Thought k
i 'i: Group is Monday
PoUowiag the deelsiors of -'h
group' of Interested ' folk'
Wexinceday; to; organize a
metaphysical'' center in Saj
lem, suinotuicenient is mndo
Ihat a meeting for this par-"
peee Will be held Monday -evenirfg
at' 7 . o'clock at the
- ntablic ; library -' aoditorinm.
State and , Winter streets.
Entrance to the auditorium
is from the Winter street
Side.. . . . '. - .-
The group will also . plan ,
"todies , in J peychoeuialysls
and aniry. '..
" Mrs. Frank Crosier Is tem
porary' secretary . and ' Airs.
Ida Y. Miller is acting chair.
ST. lOHSTS rVTHZXA (He. Synod
Xorth lth aad "A" SC Rot. II. W.
Gross, pastor. Sunday school at 9 a.m.
English serrice t:45. German at 11:00,
' . USXXS MXMORIAL ' '
; South "Commercial ind My era streets.
8. Iariow Johnson, pastor, 848 E. Myers
street, phone 087' Berriee 11 a.m.,
? 'Making Prom lees." Anthem "Great
ad Marrelous." (Wilson). Ereainr aer
riee 7:80 p.m. "Jadaa.". Asbnry leagae
will , sine Nolte'a "Joyou Bells . ef
Easter.." Sunday school . 9:45 a.m.
Stearns Cushing, Supt. Three leagues at
6180. -The "elder group, under leadership
of Carl Marey, will disease the topic. "If
Youth Had its Say About the Church."
Mid-week serrieea Thursday erening at
7(80. Monthly dinner meeting - of
Brotherhood : Monday erening at 6": 30.
Rer, Hugh B. Fouke, speaker.
FIRST CHURCH Or THB VAZAREKE
- One block south ef Center on lth
street. Rev. Fletcher Galloway, pastor.
Residence 479 N. 24th street, phone 9630.
The pastor speaks Sunday from the fol
lowing subjedu: 11 a.m. "The Holy
Spirit aad the Bible." This is Me. 1 of
a sermon aerie en "The Works of the
Spirit" T:45 p.m. "The Deril's First
Sermon." : This will begin a aeries en
"The Deril's Religion." Sunday school
9 :45 a.m. Frank M. Lit wilier, Supt. N.
T. P. 8. and Junior society 6.-45 p.m.
Miss Then Sampson, president, Mrs.
Fletcher Galloway, junior supervisor.
Prayer meetinr Wednesday 7:45 p.m.
FORD MEMORIAL SC. E. COMMUTTITT
Gertb arenue aad Third street. Mere
dith A. Grorea, pastor. Sunday school
9:45 ajn. Morning worship 11 o'clock;
subject: Dr. K. 8. Hammond will preach.
Special mnsie by Mis Train Grant and
Junior choir. Erening worship 8:00
o'clock; subject: "The Mind of Christ
en, Prayer." Special mnsie by orches
tra and choir. Tonne People's meeting
SOUTH SALEM" FRIEJTDS
South Commercial at W.thinrtn itnaL
Chaa. C. Hawortb, pastor. Sunday aer-
riees 10 a.m. Sunday acbool, Nathan
Cook. Supt. 11:00 Morniac worshin.
Sermon: '"The first FroUs." Mr. and
Mr. . Rom Miles will sine a duet. 5 :00
p.m. Vesper sorriee. Rer. 8. Kiwa,
pastor of the Jaoanoao work at LabUh
f 'enter will tell about their work there.
Thursday 7:30 prayer meeting and Bible
Orchard HefrhU road. Meredith A.
Grores, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
ajn. Morninr worahin 11 o'clock: (ab
ject: "Buried Treasure."
H. C. Storer. minister. Morninr ser
rice at 11. Sermon subject: "The Zest
for Liring." Men's ehosua will sing.
"uuit Yon Like Men. be Stronc" I Wil
son). Erening serrice at 7:30. . The
speaker will he Mr. Archie McDonald.
Mrs. C. A. Huston will sing "Teach
Ma to Pray." Sunday school at 10 u.
O. C. Harris, Supt. Christian Endearor
at 0:45 p.m. Tbe monthly church night
meeting and sapper en Wednesday at
-; - FIRST ' trUTTARIAjr
"- Kerth Cottage and Chemeketa streets.
Rot. Fred Alban WaiL' minister. Chureb
school at 10 a.m. . Miles H. McKay.
Sunt. Church serrieeat 11 a.m. Sermon,
"The Trend et Bellgloa. Mr. Trnma
Huston, soloist. Mrs. Walter A. Denton,
Ljf -9 ' - - - ' ' ..
' '" . REFORMED CBXTRCH , " -
Corner-Capitol and Marion .atreeta. W,
G. Lieakaompar, pastor. ' Buncy school
10 a.m. German , worship 10 o'clock;
subject: "The Prodigsl' Son." - English
worship: 11 o'clock: subject: "But Tnom
aa Va ot There.'.' Special mnsie.
J - C FIRST GERMAJT BAPTIST r
North Cottage and D streets. G. W.
Kutsch. minister. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Sam Hckirman, Supt.v - Serrice 11
S.BV.; Topic, "The Lord's Gracious Call
to a Back-Slidden Disciple." Erening
serrice at 8 p.m. , Sermon topic, "How
Shalt I Qtre. Thee Vpl" Special musie
by. church, .orchestra. Voupr People'
pieetina at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Henry 'eu
man in eharua. . Repolar mid-week prayer
meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday...
Center aad Liberty street. Chsrlea
E. Wars, pastor. Suanay . school . 9 :45
a.m. , Morning worship 11 o'clock; sub
ject: "Hi Legacy." -Special music by
a mixed Quartet. -. Erening. worship 7 :SO
o'clock; subject: A three-act play with
a local cast. .Wednesday, April 15, Wom
an' Union meeting t the heme-of Mrs.
Kibbe, 65 8.' Commercial street.:
; . FIRST BAPTIST
Corner of North Liberty and Marlon
'streets. , William H. : Robins. - pastor.
Bible acbool at 9:45 with. clase for all
age under prepared teachers.' Fred
hroer, Supt. Morning worship st 11:00.
Subject : "Joseph, a Type- of Christ."
Mnsie- by organ and -choir. Young Pee
pie's societies meet at 6:30. Interesting
topics disenssed. . Erening evangelistic
serrice at 7:80. The firbt of a series
of seren sermons on "The Adrentnres of
a Typical - Young Man,'.' will be giTen.
Subject: "The Prodigsl Son Hia Arro
gant Claims." Wednesday erening prayer
and praise serrice at 7:30. Friday nifc-ht
Salem Union Bibls Study classes.
Corner of Hasel and Academy streets.
Sunday school at 10 n.m. Lessen: Peat.
13. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Mid-week prayer and testimony meet
ing Thursday erening at 7:45.
EHOLEWOOD UWITEJP' B RETHREW
North 17th aad Nebraska streets. L.
W. Biddle, pastor. Sunday achooi 9:45
a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock; sub
ject : "Big Christians." Erening wor
ship 7:30 o'clock; subject: "Fellowship
in Faith.' ' Junior and Intermediate C.
E. meeting at 6:30: subject: "Being
a Growing Christian." Prayer -meeting
and personal work class at 7 :30 p.m.
CHRISTIAN A MISSIOKAL ALLIANCE
S55 Ferry street. Loniae Pinnell. pas
tor, phone 4875. Sunday morning
Sunday school at 9:45. Mr. M. I. Lit
willer. Supt.- Serrice at 11. Sunday er
ening1 Yonng People' serrice at :80
Nora Woolery, leader. Serrice at 7:80.
Tuesdayreninc praj-er serrice at 7:80.
Thursday erening Young People' cot
tage prayer meeting at 7:30, held at
1210 No. 18th street.
. ,. FEES METHODIST
Market and North Winter streets. - 3.
R. Stewart, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Morninr worship 10:45 o'clock.
Rer. M. C. Clark will preach, at both
erriee. Erening worship at 7:30
'clock. Yooag People' meeting 6:30.
j " I
ADVERTISING helps you stretch your dol
lar. You do not need to shop around all day
to find what you want at the price you can
afford to pay The advertisemens in the news-,
papers tell you where you can buy it : at the
lowest price, 'Advertisements' save you, time,
save money, save physical effort. They make
buying easy and sure. , . . y
Advertising enables the woman in the home
to compare values without moving front her
easy chair. She can shop comfortably in her
own living-room. When she was decided what
and where to buy, it takes brit litile time and
effort to complete the purchases. -
Women appreciate the advantages of ad
vertising. They trust it TTiey believe in the
goods advertised .-. I and buy them. - -
Keep tsithin your budget by
purchasing merchandise you see advertised
in your nevotpeper
: The Sunday evening . service
at 7:10 at the First Congrega
tional church " will Include a
threa-act play "Two Masters"
given by the. following cast of
characters: Mrs.'.Van. Horne,
Christian lady of wealth who
tries to serve two masters, Mrs. ;
WTEr-Hanson; Mrs, StuarUber J
lntalid mother, Mrs, C.;E Ward;
Janet., MaCrea, i a f missionary's
daughter, Mrs. .Richard - Slater;
Rachel and Helen, two. college ,
friends of Helen, Mrs. Wayne
Barbara and Mrs. . to' O. Smith ;
Mrs. C. von der Witt-Jones, a
traveller and lecturer, Mrs.Ells--worth
Rlcketts; - the president of ,
the - Culture . club, Mrs. W. p.:
Clarke. . -
Tha'nlir la directed-br Mrs.
Mark McCalllster. The public is
invited to attend, f
Men to Hear
A The Apri meeting of the Bro
therhood of 'Jason Lee church.
Winter and Jefferson streets, will
be helf Tuesday, April 14, at ;30
o'clock. The speaker is to be C.
W. Noble, business man of Salem,
whose world travels have, brought
him into contact with many of the
present "hot pits" of interna
tional life. !
He will speak On "Over , the
Back Fence Into Russia." Mr.
Noble has been much In demand
as speaker in recent weeks and -all
the men of the community are
cordially invited to attend the
Dinner wlU be served at C:30
o'clock. Reservations must ba
made by telephoning 7107 before
Tuesday. Special music will be i
furnished by the quartet of the!
Salem Ministerial association.
Will Hold Meet
HAZEL GREEN'. April 10.
Tbe Otterbein Guild, girls' mis
sionary society, will meet at the
Pearl Wood home Sunday, April
II. at 2 o'clock with Miss Iroo
gene Wood, leader. Subject,
Philippine Islands. Rev. Kurts,
a T. M. C. A. worker, entered
Manila with the army. In 1900
he returned to the islands to be
Kln missionary work for the
United Brethern church.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Rodgers Building ' High & Ferry Sts.
Graded Church School 9:40 a. m. Junior
Church 10:50 a. m. Church School of Mis
sions 6:30 p. m.
10:50'A. M. Sermon: "Mas Restored to God
By Christ" Pator
Solo "O Lord, Remember Me" (Car a Roma)
. Miss Martha Floer -7:30
P. M. Baptismal services.
Play by W. W. G. "Missionary Arithmetic"
fVermon: "Addition and Subtraction" Fator
Solo: "Lord, Teach Me To Pray" (Jewett)
Mr. Dirks . t
WELCOME W. iEarl Cochran,, pastor