The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 09, 1931, Page 10, Image 10

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    Church Items of Interest to Folic of Salem and Vicinity y ,
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Feature of v Entertainment
- Will be Solo Numbers
V; By Miss Thome ,.
More than 125 lingers, . mem
Vm of local church ehoir, ap
peared at the final rehearsal on
Wednesday night in preparation
for one. ot the final events of BeU
tar .Music week,: "which Is ached
nled lor the Armory Saturday eye
alar. Under, the direction ot Prof.
12. W. Hobson the rehearsal was a
thrilling. . success, . according to
those who participated. The choir
are. to sins two ensemble num
bers, . -Unfold Te Portali",
(Gonnod) and "The Heavens Are
Telling" (Beethoven).!
A feature of the choir festival
which was too l&te to be Includ
ed In the program,, will be a
rroup of two numbers by Miss
Barbara Tborne, soloist with
SOW radio station, and winner of
last year's Atwater-Kent audition
contest She will represent the
Jason Lee choir, and will sing two
Solo number from j Hard en's
Creation". I
Eight choirs will be heard In
special numbers, the Apollo club
Of Portland will be heard twice,
n4 the quartet from the Salem
Minister's association will present
two numbers. j
It Is urged upon the community
to attend this festival of choral
music and encourage ; the Better
Music week program. Sunday af
ternoon the concluding event of
the week will be heard at the
first Methodist Episcopal church
when the Girl Reserves will pre
sent a Mother's day mnslcai cere
mony, featuring a candle lighting
ritual. , . ; x :
Bids Women
For Banquet
The Brotherhood of the Jason
Lao Memorial church is sponsor
ing a mother and daughter ban
Janet to be held Friday, May 15,
at f:30 o'clock at the church.
Winter and Jefferson.
Plans are being made for 150
Persons, and the men are having
entire charge of preparing and
erring the dinner. i'
A . program committer com
posed of Mrs. C. M. Roberts. Mrs.
W. J. Bar ham, Laella Malghin
and Josephine Rodgers Is arrang
, lng the speaker, music and a
novel candle-lighting service as a
feature of the accasion.
All mothers and daughters of
the community are Invited to at
tend and provision is being made
for getting mothers without
daughters and daughters without
mothers togeber for the evenlngT
Reservatiejns are required for all
Intending to come, and must be
made before Thursday by phon
lf 7107 or 37.
Sisters Prepare
For Annual Visit
Mother Benildin
Sisters of the Holy Names of
Jesus and Mary at Sacred Heart
academy are preparing to enter
tain Mother Mary Benildin dur
ing the coming week. Mother
Mary Benllden Is provincial of the
Oregon and Washington ' province
of the order and maintains , her
headquarters at Marylhurst col
lege, ;
She is expected In Salem Mon
day and will remain for several
days. This is her annual visit to
the school.'
Lists Program
Of Coming Week
Rev. Edgar Busch. evangelist
who Is conducting a series of spe
cial meetings at the First Church
ot God each night, except Satur
day, at 7:30 o'clock, announces
. the following events for the com
ing week:
Monday, surprise night; Tues
day, friends' night; Wednesday,
young people's night; - Friday,
family night with a gift to be giv
en to the largest family present:
Thursday night, subject.' "Short
Beds and Scanty Cover s.7 .
Short Program
Will be Given
short Mother's day program . of
mnslc, readings and a playlet will
be given alter Sunday schoo
May 10. An offering will be tak
en for the children's home, un
der the management ot W. C T,
U at Corvallia.
Holiness Members
In All Day Meet
At alfday meeting of the Mar
Ion county Holiness association
will bo held the Free Metho
dist church at Wood burn Tuesday,
May It, according to announce
ment of Rer. Harrington, the pas
tor. i
KEI2ER. May 8 W. C. Scott
has been confined to his home for
the greater part of six weeks. He
first had an infection from an in
Jury to his ankle then took the
flu and was able to be around
again, when watering his cow at
the pump she suddenly started
to run and threw him against the
pump, spraining the ligaments ot
his shoulder. It has been very
painful and he has suffered in
tensely. - .
Churches Generally Give
Hours Over to Programs
To Pay Mothers Tribute
Cornes around tomorrow
. it la
m xnougnt, woro ana aeea tne enure country wu pay nom
agre to the mothers of men, and especially tothat mother
which belongs to such as an individual. The day, with its
pretty gestures and here-and-there-poignant reflections, will
be generally observed in Salem churches. The special oner-
oings of each church "are told:
Gets Funds
For Mother
Mother's day,' May 10, will hare
a greater significance this year as
a result of a movement launched
by the Golden; Rule! Foundation
to make Mother's day a time of
practical, help I to mothers , and
children In need, as well as a day
of remembrance of our own moth
ers. " - ; . v I , ; -: ".
The national Mother's day fund
committee, of which Mrs. Frank
lin D. Roosevelt is chairman, sug
gests that one of the truest Jtrib
utes that can be paid to the mem
ory of one's mother is to pass on
to other less fortunate women and
children something ot the minis
try of . mercy always associated
with the thought of motherhood.
Gifts to the mothers fund
should bo sent to Paul T. Shaw,
chairman Oregon committee, 146
11th street, Portland, Ore.
music ra H
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SILVERTON, ! May 8 A spe
cial musle week program has been
prepared by the program commit
tee of Trinity Young People's so
ciety to be given at Trinity church
Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
Rev. H. L. Fo8S, pastor of Trinity
church will talk of Music. A
guest number will be furnished by
Miss Beryl Ottaway, popular vio
linist of Silverton.
Other numbers on the program
Include a vocal -solo, Mrs. Alvln
Legard; selections by the senior
choir; selections by Trinity or
chestra; vocal solo, Anabelie Jen
sen: piano solo,1 Mrs. Alf Nelson
and vocal duet. Miss Mamie Holm-
na and Althea Meyer.
Following the program the so
ciety will have ' Its semi-annual
election of officers and appoint-1
ment of committees. '
.Meet Ex-Pastor
Of Their Church
. i
TURNER, May 8 Members
of the M. E. Ladies' Aid society
attended the district Aid society
meet at the M. E. church of Sil
verton all day Wednesday. They
were pleased to meet Rer. W. S.
Gardner, now pastor of the Sil
verton M. E. church and pastor
at Turner 30 yean ago.
Mrs. W. S. Burgoyne and Mrs.
W. A. Martin drove their cars and
were accompanied by Mrs. Alice
Asgruth, Mrs. S. H. Small, and
Mrs. T. T. palmer and young
daughter Peggy.
Methodist Body
At Turner Plans
Special Program
TURNER, May 8. -J Church
services at -the Methodist Episco
pal church Sunday will observe
Mothers day with peeial music
by the choir. Rev. W. S. Bur
goyne will give , the morning ser
mon at 11 o'clock.
The Epworth league Is making
special preparations for the eve
ning service at 7:30 o'clock, which
will feature a. Mother's day pro
gram. Friends are cordially in
vlted to the services ot the day.
Calvary Church
Events of Week
Are Announced
" The week's schedule for the
Calvary Baptist . church Is an
nounced as follows:
Trustees meeting Monday even
ing at 7:45 o'clock; W. W. G.
meeting Monday evening at tho
home of Edith; Starrett. 345 S.
Winter; no prayer meeting or
choir Tehearsal this week on ac
count ot the state convention at
Corvallis May j 12-14; Loyalty
class monthly, pot luck dinner
Friday evening at the church.
Women Will Hold
Annual Banquet
The Woman's missionary so
ciety of the . Englewood United
Brethren church will bold its an
nual Mother's and Daughters
supper and program at the
church on Friday night May 15.
Mrs. O. A. Chase, president.
Gathering Place '
On North Liberty
Meeting place of . the Metaphy
sical center has been changed
from 825 South 13th street to
295 North Liberty street, it Is
announced . byr the teacher, Mrs.
Ida Yoder Miller. The first meet
ing will be held In the new rooms
Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock.
The Henderson State eollege
"Reddles" . have on the Arkansas
college football championship for
the last three years.
another "Mother's Day", when
A Ml W- -
At the First Presbyterian
church the pastor will preach
special sermons in honor of
mother both morning na even
ing, and! In the morning at 11
o'clock Miss - Josephine Albert
will sing "Mother. My Dear" by
Treharne. - . :
Special music, a solo by the
pastor - and a sermon on . "The
Old Fashioned Christian Home"
will bo the Mother's day offering
of the. First Baptst church.
". The young people of the First
German Baptist church will give
a complete Mother's day program
Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
Revj -W. G. Lienkaemper of
the Reformed church announces
"Ideal Womanhood" as his even
ing subject n special tribute to
the day.
Both services at the Free
Methodist church will be in ob
servance of the day, as will also
the morning service at the First
Congregational church.
The Englewood United Breth
ren church will have special
services for Mother at 11 a. m.,
and a bouquet will be presented
to the oldest mother . present.
The service will include th fol
lowing numbers:
Prelude,"Home Sweet Home",
"Silver Threads Among the
Gold", Laverne Homyer, piano;
Marion Chase, violin. The Jun
ior choir will sing "The Church
in the Wfldwood,r and "Peace,
Peace, Wonderful Peace." Solo,
"That Wonderful Mother of
Mine." Mrs. L. W. Biddle; solo.
"There Were Ninety and Nne,"
John Gilhansen; offertory, "Just
a Song at Twilight" and "How
Dear to My Heart are the Scenes
of My Childhood," John Marr,
violin, Laverne Homyer, piano;
solo, "I Will Sing You a Song of
that Beautiful Land," Frances
Chrlstensen. Sermon, "Mother".
Floral tributes will be present
ed to every mother attending the
American Lutheran church Sun
day morning, and special services
In her honor will be held again
In tin evening.
Rev. ; H. C. Stover of the
Knight Memorial church will
preach a Mother's day sermon
Sunday morning, and special mu
sic will, be presented in the
morning by the junior choir and1
in the evening by the chorus
ehoir. A trio will sing "Mother
Machree" at the evening service.
S. Darlow Johnson of the Les
lie Memorial M. E. church will
preach on "Flowers for Mother"
in. the morning. .
At the Salem Baptist temple
a complete Mother's day program
will be given, with the numbers
as fonows:
Scripture by H. T. Cade; piano
solo. Mildred Abbott; piano duet,
Kenneth and Mildred'Abbott; vo
cal solo, "Little Mother of Mine",
Kenneth Abbott: little boys trio,
Andy Mallett, Harold Stout and
Keith Clark; piano solo, Ken
neth Abbott; Tocal solo. "That
Wonderful . Mother ot Mine".
Miss Audrey Davis; vocal solo.
"Mother, Oh My Mother", Ken
neth Abbott; reading, Mrs. Dena
Mack; vocal duet, "More Like
HIm'TKenneth Abbott and Mrs.
Mallett: small boys' trio; solo,
Kenneth Abbott.
A short program of songs and
readings will -be given Sunday
morning at tho Court street
Christian church, and the sermon
In the evening will also "be on
the mother subject. - D. J. Howe
of the First Christian church will
preach on "Who Is My Mother"
at 11 o'clock Sunday morning.
"Mothers, Past, Present and
Future" will be the sermon
theme of Rev. W. Earl Cochran
of the Calvary j Baptist church,
where special music has also
been arranged. Dr. C. C. Poling
of the First , Evangelical church
will also bring a special Mother's
day sermon In tho morning. At
the First Church of God a Moth
er's day program will be given
In the morning.
Services Given
For Evangelical
JEFFERSON. May 8 Service
at the Evangelical church Sunday
are: Sunday school- meets at 10:
0 o'clock. At 11:00 tho new pas
tor. Rer. G. F. Liening Jr. wiU
preach. Christian Endeavor meets
at 7:00 o'clock. There will be no
evening preaching service, as the
pastor will be at Fruitland.
Welfare Program i
To be Wednesday
TURNER. May 8. The W. C.
T. U. will hold a child-welfare
program Wednesday afternoon,
May 13. at 2: SO. at the home of
Mrs. R. Lee Theissen. A general
Invitation Is extended to all moth
era to attend and help make the
meeting a success. .-.,.-,
7:45 P. M. Sermon, by Pastor
Anthem: "Tho , Winter- Is Past"
i ill
Numbers to bo presented on
two Mother's day programs offer
tjdrfcy the Ford Memorial commun
ity church ot West Salem are an
nounced aa follows: . -
At the Sunday school hour the
school will give the following:
Recitation, "Welcome, Larry
Wallace; Toea! solo, "Wonderful
Mother of Mine," Curtis Fergu
son; ' recitation, !My.- Choice,"
Shirley -Dickson; song, "Motherta
Love," by Miss Grant's classl rec
itation, "Mother's Flower.', Opal
Thurman; . vocal solo, Mrs. Gny
Newgent; recitation, "Every Moth
er's Bay," Margaret Stohl, and
song, "O Mother the Beautiful."
Hustlers' Sunday school class. .
Included In the program at t
p. m. will be: Piano voluntary.
Miss Margaret Hogg; Tocal solo.
Miss Ruth Bedford; chorus by
ehoir, "Memories of Mother"; vo
cal solo, Curtis Ferguson; yiolin
offertory, Miss Claudlne Gerth;
vocal solo, Felix Wright, and sum-'
bers by the male quartet. Tho
sermon topic is '.'Mothers.'.
Recognition of the oldest and
youngest mothers, the mother of
youngest baby present, the moth
er of the largest family, and the
mother with the largest family
present will,, bo made.
A mother and daughter ban
quet will be held Monday, May
11 j at 6:30 o'clock. Special pro
gram la being arranged. AU
mothers and daughters of the
community invited. The meal will
be pot-luck.
WOODBURN, May 8. Special
services for Mother's day will bo
presented by the members of the
Woodburn Presbyterian church
Sunday. .
Special musical numbers appro
priate for the occasion and a spe
cial sermon will be the main fea
tures of the program. There wUl
be special music by the choir and
Mrs. Jack Hansen will sing
"Mother Machree.' Tho congrega
tion will Join In the old familiar
songs that mother liked so well.
Rev. Elmer W. Blew, pastor of
tho church, will have as his ser
mon "The Hidden Glories of a
Mother's Heart."
The church will bo decorate
especially for the erent.
A Mother's day program wui do
given at the Bethel Presbyterian
church, with Rer. Blew as pastor.
Several ot the young people of the
church will assist In the service.
To Nominate
Nomination of officers for the
new year wlUTeature tho meeting
of the Salem Ministerial associa
tion Monday morning at 10:30
O'clock. The group meets at the
Y. M. C. A.
; In addition to tho business
meeting, the regular program will
be given. Rev. S. Darlow John
son, pastor ot the Leslie M. E.
church, will speak on "What
Things are Essential In Our Re
ligion?" .
Devotions will be conducted by
Rev. Grover C. Blrtchet ot the
Presbyterian church.
Rev. P. W. Eriksen Is president
and Rev. L. W. Biddle secretary
of the association.
Central Booster
Club Will Give
Hard Time Party
The Central Booster club of
the American Lutheran church
will give its first -hard time party
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In
the church parlors. The new of
ficers will also bo Installed as fol
lows: president. Miss Olga Gath;
vlco. president, Henry Aherns;
secretary, Miss Clara Homyer;
treasurer. Miss Lougeno Brietske.
The retiring officers are: Ed
ward. Aherns, "A. , A. Krueger,
Charlotte Lindquist and Miss Hat
tie Bratzel.
Mothers Invited
As Special Guests
GERVAI3. May 8 Mother's
day will bo observed at the Pres
byterian church Sunday when all
mothers will be special guests.
Following the custom adopted
last year the - oldest and tho
youngest mother present will be
presented with a token to honor
their motherhood. The choir- is
preparing special music for the
Church Council9 s
Meet is Tuesday
' The church council of the Am
ercan Lutheran church will meet
at the church Tuesday njffot at
7:80 o'clock, when then regular
business will bo transacted.
Rodgers Building High Ferry. Sta.
Graded Church School 9:40 a. nT JanJor
Church 10:50 . m.
10:50 A. : 31. Scrmoni hdoiben. Past Pres-
. ent mud Future Pastor
Anthem: "God Bless Our Mothers' (Lane)
Song service WELCOME
Wi, EARL COCHRAN, pastor
Mil inthe Churches I ikB
Hood nt Jorth Cottr traett. O.
W. Hlth, pastor. Fkon 85T. Sunday
Mhool 10 a.m. Joha Vaa Lydernf, Ospu
Mather' a Day prYkm. JCarniaf irorsaip
11 &?. 4gf Bosdu Tonne
papla' Metias; Cl&odia I '.iUxple,
W4r. Xvaniag- Mrric. &er. .Edgar
tmteh, . . .- -.- : a-,-- .-,
- TMTfAa'PU. ytrzx' OOSFSZ, 1
' Cormcr Kaxta alto, sad Ocmcket
rtiMU. SamuUr eke,- '10 m.m.
aformiaf warship at 11 a m. Kraarelirtia
Ml Tie st 7:45.. - Hid-weak aerrieai Taas
y. Wedaeaday and Friday arrcBiafa at
T :45. Special, ainfiaf at rack aarrie- by
Ui Antainett icaUnral ot Oaklaad,
Calif. H. Lewis oanda, paator. .
zsxre KSMOBiAi; :
gevta Cosuaercikl and Myart ttraata.
8. Iaxlew Jehaton, paator. S4S . Myara
treat. Phone 9487. r 8erM - topieei
Flewera .Tor. Hotker" "s.j- 'Hiree
Bifaifieaat Werdt".js. Sunday school
:5 a. am. SUara Cnahlat Sopt. Trnsr
People' a meetiagat' Three Leefnea at $
p.m. Kid-week hear at 7:80 Tharada
oTcaiag: Topio, "The Lost Boy." r
CLiKAS LAKE Church school 10 m.m.
W. P. ColUrd, 8pt- Worship-, at 11.
Theme "if ore With Jesos." fc. 1 O. E.
at 7:18 p.m. Bible study Tuesdsy aTn
iar t S:00 at the ehureh. u
MIDDLE GROVE Church sthool 10
a.m. T. P. Walker. 8upt. Jr. K, I O. E.
at 11. Intermediate E. Ii. O. . at- 7 p.m.
8tate C K. convaation report. Worship
and Mother's Pay program at 8. Prayer
meetiBK Wednesday ereaiaff at O. J. Bar
traff home. !
LABISH CESTE Br Church eekeol 10
a.m. W. A. Starker, Supt. C. E. at T pjn.
Pnt-prayer aerriee at fl.SO. ; 8 abject,
"The Two Generations Understanding;
Each Other." Prayer aerriee Thursday
H. ii. Bchenermsn, pastor, 1161 Union
street. Salem.
Meets in Keizer sekoolhonse; S mllas
north of Salem on the Kirer road. Hsyea
Beall, pastor. Church school eeruTenea at
10 a.m. with depta. for 11 ages. Joa. E.
Bartroif. Supt. Qbierring ' Mother's
Day witn special program by the Chnreb
sehooL Morning worship at 11 a.m.
Theme t "When Lots Kulea." K e
eninc service s. i
Fraternal hall, Center street between
High and Liberty. Sunday school at 8:45
a.m., church serrW at 11 a.m.; mother's
day program at 7:30, with the numbers
Siren in the general . story on Mother's
Court and 17th streets. . B. P. Bhoe
msker, minister,. 775 Ferry street. Phone
4704. Bible school, 9:45 a.m. Mrs.
Edw. Welter, Snpt. A short program of
readings and songs for Mother's Day
will close the Bible school. A 11 ' clock
service the pastor will speak "The
Power and Inflnenee of Motherhood."
Masie appropriate. Christian Endeavor
7 p.m Sons; aerriee and sermon 8 p.m.
Aid Society meetings on Wednesday and
Friday. Mid-week meeting Wednesday
7:45 p.m. ,
Higk and Center streets. D. J. Howe,
pastor. Moraine serriee 11 e'cloek;
subject: "Who i My. Mother I" Spe
cial musele at all serriees by ehoir ander
the direction of Prof E. W. Bobaos. Ev
ening service S ' clock; subject: "A
MaaTa Religion." Sunday school 9:45
sjl Orvilie J. HniL Sapt. - Mid-week
services 7 :45 pjn. tV ednesday. C. E.
groupa meet la respective room at 7 P-m.
- Gerth avenue end Third streets. Mere
dith A. Groves, paster. 8unday school
9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock;
subject: Rev. W. i. Warren will preach.
Special Mother's Day masie by Junior
choir. Evening" warship 8 e'cloek; sub
ject: "Mother." Special program in
connection with servie. Young People's
meeting 7:00 o'clock. Bible study Wed
nesday 8 p.m.
Orchard Heights Hoad. Meredith A.
Groves, paster. Sunday school 9:45 ajn.
Morning worship 11 o'clock; rubject:
"Our Mothers.' ' Recognition of oldest
mother, youngest mother, mother of
youngest baby, mother of largest family
and mother with largest family present.
Rodgers Building, Higk and ferry
streets. W. Earl Cochran, pastor. Church
school 9:40 sjb. Janior ehnrch 10:50
a .st. Morning worsUp 10:50 o clock:
subject: "Mothers, Past, Preseat and
Future." Pastor. Anthem: "God Bless
Our Mothers" (Laao). Evening worship
7:45 o'clock; subject: Sermon by pastor.
Three B. T.'a 6:45. .
doelato mrorDS
Corner Highland and Church streets.
Edgar P. Sims, pastor. Bible school 10
a.m.. E. M. Beckett, Supt. Morning
worship 11 a.m. Gospel message and
special singing. Evening terries 8 p.m.
Evangelistic message and special singing.
Junior O. E. 6 p.m. ; Senior and inter
mediate CL E. 7 p.m. Mid-week prayer
meeting en Thursday 8 p.m.
Winter and Jefferson streets. Hugh
B. Pouke, Jr. miaister. Moraine wor
ship at 11 u.m. Sermon, IAfe1s Su
premo Vocation." Special muaie. At
S p.m. tho Wesley players from Corvallis.
Methodist students at Oregon State col
lege, wilt present a : religious drama,
"Saint Claudia." Chnrch school session
at 9 :45 a. as. H. B. Carpenter. Supt.
Three .r Young People's groups meet at
7 p.m. for devotion aad discussion. A
Fellowship near follows tho evening ser
vice. - . ' - :: - .
f - r . from ,;; .:..'- '.
Oregon State College
will present ST. .CLAUDIA,, a religious drama
. , ';' at tno . .
Jason Lee Methodist Church'
- Wbtcr stud Jeffemon Sts.
Morninr Mother's Day Sorrlce 11:00 A. M.
Sermon "life's Supremo Vocation
HUGH B. FOUKB. Jr., Minister
Worship on
First Methodist Church
11 A. Bit Sermon, Dr. Carl Gregg Doney
Music Wfllainettej Unlversitv Men'a Glee Club
. Cameron Marshall, Director ' j
7:30 . Dr. B. E. Parker Sermon
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Kennell Ellis
Dr. C C. PollBsT, who has return
ed to Salem as pastor or juie
First Evangelical church, lie la.
not new to churcb-goera here
having served hero few years
ikgo. He comes from Portland.
Dr. Poling has been selected to
preach tho baccalaureate ser
mon for the senior high school
graduation class. ,
Chemeketn and Liberty streets. Sun
day services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sub
ject, "Adam and Fallen Man." Sunday
achoel at 9:45 and 11. Testimonial
meeting every Wednesday evening; st
8 Beading room at 406 Masonic Temple
open from 11 to 5:30 except Sunday and
holidays. i
i . .
Corner of Summer and Marion atreets.
C. C. Poling, D. 1., pastor. Serriceo
follows: Bible school at 9:45 a.m. Lu L.
Thornton, Supt. Classes for all ages and
grades. Morning worship at 11 ;.
Subject: "Mother's Day. Its slgnuV
esnee." Evening worship at S
Subject. "God' a Power Manifested.
Christisn Endeavor at 7 p.m. Mid-week
service Thursday evening at 8 p.m.
Service at 7:30 p.m. at tho Kelson
hall, located on ChemekeU street between
Commercial and Liberty streets. Mrs.
Wm. A. Dalziel of Portland will bo the
speaker.- Bubjeet. "Mother's Day. . A
circle will be held at the church from
5:80 p.m. until 7 p.m. Messages -will
bo given by accredited mediums.
Cbureh street between Chsmeketa and
Center. Rer. P. W. Eriksen, pastor.
Special Motker'a Dey aerrieee 11 a.m.
A Mother Jey." Bpecisl music. Sun
day school St 9:45. Mother's Day aer
riee. Max Gohlher, Sunt. Leagues devo
tional! at 8:30. Evening erviee at 7:80.
"A Practical Tribute to Mothers," ad
dress by Max Gehlhar. Special Mother's
Day aonga by chorus, Mrs. J. B.
SUwsrt directing.
a"n aVll nantS AT TaUVI aVSUT am aVIM
street. Rer. Fletcher Galloway. P""
Residence 475 K. 24th utreet. Phono
9S30. The pastor will spesk Sunday from
the -following subjects: 11 a.m. The
Crown of Tknn-'' Communion service.
Solo. Clyde Hoffer. 7:45 p.m. "Trifling
With God." No. 5 of aeries using
quoUtiona from the devil. Duet, Ha Hof
fer and Joanno Baxter. Sunday school
9:45 F. M. Idtwiller, Supt .
T. P. S. and Junior society 8:45 p.m.
H. C. Stover, minister. Morning wor
sni, . 11. .Sermon TW. I. Mother
Day." The Junior choir will smr "Mo-ther-o
Festival Day" and "The Mothers
of Our Lend." Eveniag service at 8.
Sermon "The Keat Step in BeUrion.
The chorus choir wtlT finf ."X flower
Por You, Mother Dear" tWtlson). Trio
"Mother Machree." Tho hureh school
meet ot 10 a.m. O. . a Harris, Supt.
loung People's meetings at 7:1 P-m.
North 17th end Nebraska streeU. L.
W. Bldaio, passor. dum; ."Y .
a.m. Morninr worship Uo'clock; tub-
"XHo rejiowsaip M . .V ,
meetings at 6:80 o'clock. Women's Aid
"onsl work serrieo at T:80 p.m. Thurs
day. . ,
North cosiago ano v. '
. . . . . . a J ..KmI BrSa
Kutscn, miBiar. -y. . ,
ajn. Sam Schlrman, Supt. Servioe 11
aTm! Topic, "Tho Paith of Our. Mother.'
Choir anthem. EvenlBf jervieo as 8
p.m. will bo in tho hands of the Young
People who will give Mother'a Day pro
rraai. Yeuag People 'a meeting at 8 p.m.
Tuesday. Regular mid-week prayer aer
viee at 8 p.m. wedneoday. : '
Mother's Day
ieCt: A special aw. m . " ir .
Jouqnet to oldest mother present. Ey
enlng worship 7:0 o'clock;, tubject:
"- Aneiicza Lctherza Ctnrchr
Church St. Bt. Cnemeketa etc Center,
i ' Downtown Chnrch. V
1 1 .A. M. Mother's Day A Mother's Joy.
Anthem : God Bless our Mothers, Lane.
Song; Mother of Mine, Malo Quartet. Violin
Solos: by A. 8. Melorldoff. (Indian School)
7:30 P. M. A Practical Tribnte to Mothers,
- i - ; Max Gehlhar.
Special Masical Program Girls' Chorus, di
rected fcy Mrs; J. JL Stewart. Solo:-Selected,
Miss Ruth Kolbe. Girls' Senior Bible Class;
nsherina; and giving floral tributes to eTery
mother. Sunday School Mothers Day service,
9:45. -: ;, ' ..:'... - ......
1 8undaj school at 9:45 a.m. V. K. Neer.
Supt. At 11 atm. there will bo Moth
er's Day serviced Ker. W. 0L Kantner
will supply sh pulpit until the new pas
tor arrives. ena subject" 'The Mo
ther, the 'Bony! sad the Cross." Thsre
'will bo ao evsniag. service. , . .. ' . .
- Varkel and Kerta Winter streets. . 1.
K. Stewart, pastor. , Buaday school 8:45 - Morning worship: -11 o'clock; aub
JectT. "Meaaories led; Mother." Eveaiar
worship 8 o'eloci; subject : "Cnristisaity
and Women. i Youas People's meetinr
T e'cloek. Prayer meeting . at 8 p.m.
Thursday.',.,;! ( Lkv"...vs.' t .t-'
' slE70JXMXI CtiUsCH
"Corner Capitol jaad Marion atreets. W.
O. Lienkaemper. jpastor. Sunday schoo
10 a.m. Gentian worship lO o'clock :
subject: "The PsraUe o( the Pounds.'1
EaiUsh worship 11 o'clock; Mother's Day
serriee. Subject of sermon, "ideal Won
anbood.'f. .... i j -0 .J
' mat baptmt : ' "
Corner of N. jLiberty and Marion
street. ' Willism H. Boblas. pastor. Bi
ble school at :4s. rrod Broer, Supt.
Morninr worship st eleven..- Subject
"Tho Old Fashioned Christian Home."
A Mother's Day ii Sermon. ftneeial shf
las;. Solo by tho pastor. Touaf Peo-
Sle s meetinrs at 7 p.n. Splendid topies
:t-u.rt- tvfnuir evaageltsUs serriee
at 8:00. . ThereUth messaco on tho Ad
venture of Typieal Touaf Man. Sab
lect: ; "The jProdisnl Son Homeward
Pound. Special maslo by choir. Wed
nesdsy evening frayer aad praiae ser
vice. Friday reaicc Unioo Bible Study
Classes. t. Jj ;j .
; ' ' itmt pkcsbttesxaw
i Corner of Winter aad - Chemekete
streets. Groves C. Blrtchet, D. D, pas
tor. Church school at 8:80 a.m. Graft
ed Instruction for all ares. Morninr wor
ship at 11 o'clock! Sermon. "The Eman
cipation of Wema." Christisn Endeav
or societies meet ht faSO p.m. Eveninr
worship 7:80 e'clsck. Sermon. "Mother
Doesn't Understand." This win be of
particular intett5 to youor people. Mid
week prayer service at 7:30 o'clock oo
Tksrsdsy. ; J .. rj . , ',
Corner Hazel and Academy streets.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. - Lesson: Dent.
17. Preechinr at 11 a.m. and 7:80 p.m.
Midweek prayer and ' tentimony meetinr
Thursday eveninr j at 7:45.
ST. JOH3TS ixrfHERAM (Mo. Synod)
Korth lth and ;A streets-. Ktr. H, W.
Oross. pastor. '-I Sunday school a.m.
Enrlish service ! ?45. i German at 11:00.
293 North Liberty street, room one.
Unit classes held Mondsy airht at. 7:45
and Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.' Mrs.
Ida Yoder Miller.; teacher.
Korth Cottars and ; Chemeketa street,
Rer. Fred Alban Weil, minister. Church
sehool at 10 ofelack. Miles H. MeKey,
Supt. ChureH erriee st 11 o'clock. Ser
mon: "And One to Carry." Soloist, Mrs.
Truma Huston, rpnraniit, Mrs. Walter A.
Denton. . j f
17th aad State streets. Amos B. Mia
neman. pastor. Morninr services r German
9:40 a.m. The monthly business meetinr
of the Luther leerue at T p.m. Ono of
tho pastors attending the convention of
tho American Lutheran ehureh body
meetinr at Orefon City will ocrupy the
pulpit ot tho morales services.
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Sunday Night
A group of 111 students front
Oregon Stat 'college at Corral-11s,-
members of tho Wesley Foun
dation of the I Methodist church,
will present a religious drama at
tho Jason Lioe Memorial church.
Winter and Jefferson. Sunday,
evening at 8 o'clock. . This play
has been gifen In Corrallis,
Portland, Newberg and t other
places, always with report of tho
finest Inspiration and effect. -
Tho story of the play Is built
around tho character of Claudia
tho wife ot Pontius Pilate, and
her. warning of her husband to
hare nothing to do with "this
Just man", Jesus., Those who are
In tho cast, and tho part' they
take are: , -
Pontius Pilate, Kenneth s Mun
ford. Banks; Serglus, counsellor,
to Pilate. Robert Mansfield, Mur
phy; Mary of Magdala, Lorena
Jack, Corrallis: Marcus, a Ito-;
man Centurion, John Billings,
Ashland; Petronia and Beulah,
maids of Claudia, Inez 1 Gilbert
Corrallis, and; Mildred Lucas.
Portland; Claudia Procula, Iono
Nelson, Olympia, Washington;
Miriam, tho Hebrew5 singer, Mori'
Shlmomura, for nana; mmon,
the leper, Howard Beckendorf,
Portland; Bartlmus, the blind,
man, Herbert I Ewen, Portland;
Lazarus, Carl Kramer, Portland;
Eliezer, 1 tho man with the, palsy,;
Percy Miner; Shlmeahv of tho
withered hand, Gilbert Schaad,
Kewberg; Judas, who .also betray
ed him, Carl Rasmussen.
There aro three acts depicted.
ono in tho palace of Pilate, tho
second on the
road Just off tho
and tho third in
Joseph of Arima-
Voa Dolorosa,
the garden of
thea on Easter morning. Carl
nnimtiacan ta fha rlfrAjfn ef tbat
play and Gilbert Schaad stage
manager. '
Following tho performance tho
players will bo guests of. the
Young People's Council of tbo
church for a fellowship hour.
American Luther
Women to Meet
Next Wednesday
Women of toe American Luth
eran chnrch will hold their regu
lar Ladles Guild gathering Wed
with Mrs. Richard Wicklander .In
the chair. A special musical pro
gram will be presented.
Hostesses will bs Mrs. Gustar
G. Harajdsen, Mrs. A. C. Meyers
and Mrs. Antool Hansen. .
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