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Tfcc OREGON STATESMAN. Saleeu Oregon, Satnriay SIornliiir, June 23, 1931
Church Items of Interest to Folic of Salein and inity
Children of . Christ Lutheran
Church to Hold Pro
gram Sunday l
Tho following Children's Day
program will be presented at the
Christ - Lutheran charch Sunday
morning: - ' - - ,
Song: Thou Whose Almighty
Word, Snnday school; . prayer,
Rer. Anna Mlnneman; responsive
Reading Pa. 9C, school and pas
tor; - Gloria Patrla, - Sunday
school: scripture reading,. Rer.
Mlnneman; song: "I Belong to
Jesus," Sunday, school; "Fairest
Flowers," Leon a Buscn and Stella
Mlnneman; - recitation: T h e
Coming of the Little Ones, Lois
Barrick and Elsie' Kook; recita
tion: Til Tell You Something,"
Raymond Kook; recitation: "Lit
tle Lights. Myrtle Kiel, Irene
Zamsov and the teacher, Mrs. Al
bert Zamxow; song: "Let 'Little
Children : Come to Me," Sunday
school: tableau: : "Greatest t In
the Kingdom of HeaTen,' Eulalie
' Blundedd,. ErelyarPfopp and
Laura Mlnneman. ? . v
Solo: The 'Ninety and Nine."
Rer. Mlnneman;. recitation:
"Scattering Loye' Ronald Blun
dell; song: "Let Little Children
Come to Jesus." smaller classes;
recitation: "Them Also We Must
Bring." Edward For, Eulalie
Blundell. Dorothy Kins. - Lois
Lick, Amos Mlnneman. Delores
Nets. Edna Goebert. Adele - Fry;
recitation: "The Little Mission-J
ary.f - Alrin Battalion; song:
"Come Orer and Help Us." Sun
day school; recitation: "For the
Little Heathen Girls." Ruth Mln
neman. Hilda Henne, Aldene
Fry; recitation :, "Little Soldiers,"
Oscar. Mlnneman, Harrey Fox,
Floyd Hain, Arnold Meyer; reci
tation: '.'Little Children of Amer
ica," Gordon Sumner, Alfred
Propp, Alfred Henne.
Recitation: "What a Friend
We Hare In Jesus." Laura Sle
bens, Jeanette Bombeck, Marcel
Fry, Eda Klabunde; song: "Las
set Die Klndleln. Zu Mir Kom
men," Irene Zamxow, Eda Kla
bunde, Jeanette Bombeck, Laura
Siebens;- recitation: "Ieh Habe
Einen Klelnen Klndermund,"
Irene Zamxow; recitation: "Hast
Tin Mich TJeb?" Eda Klabunde;
recitation: "The Whole Wldo
World for Jesus." Arthur Kleni:
anthem: "Forward Into Battle."
choir; address: "Crusaders," Rev.
Mlnneman; missionary offering,
children and congregation; bene
After the senrices the children
and . members of the congregation
and. friends will gather in Ha
gers; grore for the annual Sun
day school and congregation pic
nic." Games and stunts hare been
arranged by the committees for
all. Members will bring their
lunches and ice cream and other
refreshments will be sold at the
stand. A double-header baseball
game between the team of the lo
cal congregation and St. Paul's
Lutheran church. Portland, will
be a feature of the afternoon's
i At Hayesville '
i Sunday, June 28
HAZEL GREEN. June If
'. The 152nd quarterly conTentlon
of HayesTiUe Sunday school dis
trict will be held at Hayesvllle
church Sunday, - Jonei. 18. The
these will be "Adrentures in
Christian Lhrlng." .'A
Rer. Scott Dunn of Portland
will be principal speaker. He will
glTe an address at senior pro
gram forenoon and Junior in aft
ernoon. . E. J. Rehf uss of Kelxer
Sunday school will leaye ; the
The devotional for . the after
noon will be in charge of Mrs. G.
M. Thompson of Keixer. The
complete program will be an
nounced next week.
C. E. Convention
Various Christian . Endeavor
groups In the city are giving con
sideration, to" naming delegates
for the annual state convention,
to be held in the tabernacle at
Turner July 1 to 6.
Far East Boys'
Workers to be
In Salem Soon
The Salem T. M. C. A. will be
host to several older boys engaged
In boys work in the Far East
when the youths go through here
next month bound for the world's
conference of older boys which Is
to be held Jn Toronto, Canada,
July 26 to August 4. ! .
While Salem will send no boys
east to the conference. Dr. Frank
Brown will attend the meetings
on his return from Europe where
he has been doing advanced work
In medicine. While, abroad Dr.
Brown, who Is In eharga of boys
work at the "T" here has visited
a number of Y. M; C A. organ
License id Wed
Is Denied Girl
( Who is Only 14
' l Selby L. Griffin. 19. of Sub
limity, Friday was denied a li
cense to marry Liillam ; Thomp
son, 14. The girl was accompan
ied to the county clerk's office by
her mother.. who consented to the
Under the Oregon laws a girl
must bt If years old to marry,
and In that case the consent of
the parent Is necessary.
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Three of the five Methodist leaden of Salem who will be In Eugene most of next week to attend the
annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. They are, from left: Dr. M. A. Marcy, district
superintendent, who helped arrange the conference program; Dr. B, JBarle Parker of the First church,
and Rer Hugh B. Fouke, Jr., of Jason Lee. The other two pastor are Rev. S. Dariow Johnson,
Leslie Memorial, and Rer. Meredith Groves, Ford Memorial.
CfllLDREII III HIIT
CLEAR LAKE, Juna If Chil
dren's Day will be observed Sun
day, June 21, at 11 o'clock at the
Clear Lake Evangelical church.
The following program ; will be
given:; I - .
Selection, renlor choir; open
ing address. Deloert Garner; se
lection. Junior choir; recitation,
Jack Robertson; I reading, Lunelle
Chapln; j selection, junior choir;,
reading, Marlon Robertson;, of
fertory: ! solo. ' Elaine Chapln;
drill, nine girls.
Selection, senior choir; read
ing, Mary Tompson; solo, Evelyn
Cain; dialogue, 'Martha and Mar
lon Robertson; selection,. Junior
choir; recitation. Robert Fitts;
song. Bertha Clement, Estillne
Smith and Mary Tompson; dia
logue, 4 Pauline and Maxine
Coonse; selection, senior choir.
: Sunday, June! 21, will be ob
served as Children's Day at the
First Methodist church. The chil
dren of the church school will be
given the entire hour of the
morning service! at 11 o'clock.
The beginner's department will
have a ; group of recitations In
charge of Mrs. R. D. Barton.
Mrs. E. C. Miller will direct the
Interesting features of the
service will be a pageant, ."The
Passer-by and the Flowers"," un
der the direction of Miss Mar
garet Stevenson: and two num
bers, "Rounded Up in Glory", and
"Home on the; Range"- by the
Junior boys' cowboy chorus from
South Liberty under the direction
of, Cameron Marshall. Master
Wayne Gordon la the soloist of
the chorus. f
Participants in the pageant
will Include: Mary Elizabeth Sis
son, Genevieve Wlnslow, Leonard
Nelson, Grace Covert, Lois Bur
ton, Susanna Schramm, and Billy
Crary. . I.
5253.1 63 TO DATE
Personal Income an Intangibles
tax receipts turned over to the
state treasurer by Friday aggre
gated f 259,163.50. according to
announcement made by the state
tax commission.! It was estimated
that the two tax laws would raise
more than 12,500,000. The time
tor filing returns expires June 25.
Receipts already turned over to
the state treasurer represent 8500
of the earlier returns which, as a
rule, contain smaller tax remit
tances than are; received during
the last, tew days of the filing
period. ! Based on experience un
der the excise tax, it was estimat
ed that approximately 20- per cent
of the returns already have been
filed and that an additional 20 or
30 per cent will be received dur
ing the next five or six days. ;
Members of the tax commis
sion, together with accountants,
returned here i Thursday night
from trips to southern and east
ern Oregon where they explained
the new, tax laws and assisted the
taxpayers . In preparing their re
turns. I : i
SUM ElKS TEAM
WILL GO TO BEND
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Members of (the Salem Elks
ritualistic team,f winnera-ln the
district ritual contest, ; have been
Invited to appear before the Bend
lodge Tuesday night to put on an
Initiation for " candidates there.
The members, headed by Exalted
Ruler H. E. Eakln, have accepted
and will leave here Tuesday noon,
returning late that night or next
By virtue of winning tne ais
trlct contest the team will com
pete with other district winners
for state honors at the annual
state convention to be held in
Ashland June 20-July 1 and 2.
The local Elks ritualistic team
srnred almost nerfect in the eea-
test, the runner-up makls f f
and a traction points.
The chorus choir of the Knight
Memorial . church will nrMnt
concert appropriate to the sum
mer season Sunday evening at 8
o'clock, with Donald J. Allison ac
companying. Among the numbers to be pre
sented are three choruses, ."The
Winter is Past," by Wilson; "Love
Brines This FestlY&l nT " h, wu
dermere; a aolo by Ronald Cra
ven ana a taaies' Quartet, "O
Shephard of Israel," by Morrison,
sung by Beneitta Edwards, Car
rol Braden, Harriett Adams and
Myra Gleason. r
A brief address will follow the
concert. Th.e speaker Is Dr. Harry
Miles of New York city. Dr.
Miles is secretary of the nation
ministerial boards of the Congre
gational churches. He la a gradu
ate of Harvard nnlrersitv and nt
Tale divinity school and took
graduate studies at the University
or Berlin. He has been pastor of
three Of ttlt 1H(nr linn)iiu tt
the denomination, serving the
Dwight Place church, New Haven,
Conn.; Center church, Brattle
boro. Vt.. and First church. Ber
keley, Cal. i
The public is invited to hear
the concert and this distinguished
Special Meeting 5
At Lyons Draws
Many From Alar
LYONS, June If A special
evangelistic revival meeting in
the 'Lyons Methodist church will
come to a - close Sunday. Miss
Jordan and Miss Spies of Los
Angeles are la charge. Miss Jor
dan's twin brother is Carl Jor
dan or Lyons, who with hia wife
and daughter, Estella are assist
ing with the orchestra and sing
ing each evening. ! t :
A good many visitors from oth
er church and committees have
attended. . . ,
To Big Gathering
The three points of the Lablsh
Mission Evangelical church. Clear
Lake, Lablsh Center and Middle
Grove, are looking forward to a
good time in an all-day picnic
Friday, June 2, at Hagers
There will be something doing
every minute for old and young.
Facilities are afforded for : all
kinds of games and swimming.
Some surprises are planned. : f
JJoftM ATWATtH.Vlin.NY IN 1,
OM A rAKM, PwT OOM
IHOWtP AH INTf RtST
Each man, whatever
his 'station In: life,
leaves behind him in
fluences that help to
shape the destinies of
HELPFUL, SINCERE. PROPERLY EQUIPPED SERVICE
Rer. Frederick Bueermann of
Salem was elected statistical . sec
retary ot the German Baptist Pa
cific churches, now in session in
Besides Rev. Bueermann. Rer.
G. W. Rutach, pastor of the
church here, and Rer. G. Schunke
assistant pastor, are In attend
ance at the conference which will
elose Sunday. No changes are an
ticipated in the pastorate here,
Rer. Rutach is Just ending his
fourth year. t , j
Rer. Schunke, reporting for
the financial department, told the
conference that more than $15,
000 was given the past year to
missions and benevolents.
Rer. O. R. Schroeder of Ana
helm, Calif., was elected moder
ator and Rer. Frederick Relchle
of Portland recording secretary.
Thrice Set Date
For Big Picnic
The twice postponed church
Sunday school picnic will, if it
does not continue to rain, be
held next Tuesday at -Hagers
grove. Cars will leave th church
at 10 o'clock. !
The church basement -; will be
occupied . on next Wednesday - by
the Woman's Aid society. More
qullters are needed. Tee mid
week Prayer and I Bible Study
service will be held on Thursday
at f p. m. :
Baptismal service-will "be Sun
day morning, June 28.' Those
desiring baptism will please see
the pastor. Rev. L. W. Blddle.
Rev.C. W Hatch
NORTH SANTIAM. Rer. C.
W. Hatch ot the Church ot God
of ' Salem will hold preaching
services at the North Santlam
church' Sunday afternoon, June
21; at 2:30 o'clock. -
A?4 i MAMtttb AND MOVEPtD 2.
In isu hi vav flKTEDGOm- 3,
NO 0'Al!fOftftiA AND ORGAN K?E&
AKD eVUTTXE (IffTTsU PAClFK Mr
con ti wing TjtjiAfnx amp wnc
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Progress and Growth Noted
At West Salem Church in
Past Three Years
The Sunday night '.service will
be the last held in the Ford Mem
orial church by the present pas
tor. Rer. M. A. Groves. This closes
a three-year , pastorate In which
the church has shown progress in
many ways. '- .
F During the this time 78 people
have united with the church -of
the charge, world service giving
has Increased 400 per cent and
several ' new organisations have
been formed which have increased
the service of the busy church to
the community. Among these or
ganisations have been the , Boy
Scouts, with A. C. Hennlngsen as
scoutmaster: .the Girl Reserves,
with Mrs. John Simmons as presi
dent; a men's brotherhod, with
Waldo Baker as president. .
Two other special: groups that
have done some excellent work
during the past year, are a Junior
choir - directed - by - Miss -Trula
Grant and a- Junior church under
the leadership of Miss Cora Ma
son. During the past .winter, the
Sunday school' has had-the best
attendance in the history of the
, Tuesday the pastor will leave
to attend the annual conference
to be held in Eugene June 23 to
28. Mrs. A. C. Hennlngsen has
been elected as lay delegate to
the lay electoral conference to be
told June 2f. Lyle Thomas has
been elected as alternate.
Ends Third Year
With Good Record
The dally vacation bible school
for West Salem closed yesterday.
The enrollment was 74 and aver
age attendance was 51. A picnic
was held on Friday and a pro
gram and demonstration was held
In Ford Memorial church Friday
evening at 8 o'clock.
This Is the third year for the
Bible school and best work has
been done this year of any of the
The committee arranging for
the school was Rer. M. A. Groves,
Mrs. A. C. Hennlngsen, Mrs;. John
Frlesan and Mrs. A. F. Goffrier.
The teachers were Mrs. McNown,
Miss Trula Grant, Miss Violet
Wallace and Rev M. A. Groves. .
A special service for
At 8 p. m. Sunday Rer. Hugh
Fouke will speak on "There
is a Lad Here" and will de
liver the trophy cup to - Ja
son Lee scouts who won at
- the rally here. .
"When Shall These Things
' Be:" 11 a. m." Topic
Thelma Davis, vocalist,
Jason Lee Methodist Church
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
High A Ferry Sis. : Over Dan Burns
Church School f :40 a. m. Three B. Y.'s
:4B p. m.
10:50 A. mT Sermon: "The Two Builders
Pastor. Anthem: Show Me Thy. Way, Oh
Lord" (Williams). Incidental solo by Mrs.
Gregg. Men's Chorus.
7:45 P. M. Sermon: "The Mind of Christ"
Pastor. Men's Chorus: "Remember Me, O
Mighty One" (Klnkle).
WELCOME, W. EARL COCHRAN, Pastor
i ; American
And ont or
iVfcR&nr Ti COUNTS
in 1 the Churched
H. C 6tTr. mimitter. Kenlag
vorship t 11. - 8moi ;Tk IaeraM
ing Cloud." Ldi aurfcet "O bbi
hmrA ( braal" by Morriaoa. er4
eBert t 8, bjr th ehonu ; choir. I"ol
loviag t eoBeert &Ti Harrr I. Mil,
1. Kw York Citr. will imUit
brief addret. ' Tttm eharea achol aceta
10 a.m. O. O. Harris, gapt. Cbrutiaa
XadMTor at Til .auf . "
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SVOUSWOOD trXTTED SBXTHBZY
Korth ITU and Vibmkt linM. I.
W. Biddla. pastor. Saaday school 8:5
zaaas Fnpu i bmcUbj
clock ; rah.
Jact: "How. to Ieeidl
awl . What is Hifbt."
Chnrek aad SUU atraeta. B. ark
Parker, pastor. Snnday school 9:45 a.sa.
Morniac worship 11 o'clock; sabject:
Special Childrea Day - Prorram (eator
inf a -paceaat, "Tha Passer-by aad the
Flowers" aad two nam bars by tha Boys'
Cowboy ehoras from S. XJberty. Evea
ing worship 8 o'clock; isobieet: . "Usia
taiaiaf the BaAiaaco of aelirion" Dr.
Parker. 8 p.m. Thursday, Mid-week
. rniT covoaxaaYiOaTAi
fiasdar school at S;4V a.sm. . . r. X.
Hear, Sap. Worship Iwlth serssoa at
11 ajau . Sobjeet "If Thoa Kaewett the
Gift of God'1. S p.sa. fCioai service ot
the Knight Keasorial church la - which
this charch will ioia. J! There will bo a
musical prograja by the: Knight Kemorial
eboir aad an address by Dr. Harry Mileo
of JUtw York City, tV O. Kastner,
snlaister la charge. h. ijj ;
'' - moBXAjro rmanDS .
Coraor Highlaad aa Ohareh treeta,
Edgar P. Sims, .pastor. Bible school 10
a.m.. E, M. Beckett, rfiapt. - Mornlag
worship 11 a-m. Message by MUa Boss.
Erening serrieo S p.m. M Message by
GenerieTO Beckett.' Botk these yoaag
people reeemtly rradaated from the Port
la ad Bible Xaatitate. - Special slafing
may be expected at both, acrviees. Jaa
ior O. X. S p.m. . Senior' aad Interme
diate a X. 1 .m. f Mid week prayer
meeting Thursday yjaj
GZJLO TTDIKOS SCZSSTOar
S38 Court atreet. G 8. Johasoa. pas
tor. Soaday school r S p.m. Berries
at S aad S p.m. Wettings ' Tuesday,
Thursday sad Saturday osninri. Good
masie. lull gospel message, i
SOTTTR SXLKm jrBXBirDS
Couth Commercial I Washington
Chas, O. Haworth. psstor. ; 10 a.m. San
day school. . Nathan Cook,;8npt. 11:00
mornlag worship. - Sermunt f'Oar Task."
No eveniag service. (Tbijmiday. S pja.
Prayer meeting and Biblo Study.
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BBTOBMXS CU0BCH .
Corner Capitol and MHom street. W.
9. Lienkaemper, psstof.! j Spndsy school
10 a.m. German worship. 10 o'clock;
subject? "Jems, the ti Light of tho
World.' Englisk wotehip 11 o'clock;
subjects "Tho Destiny ef Children." A
Children's day program jwlU bo girea at
tkU tim. .- - jf'j .ijt
Xlghtoontk and State i streets. Rev.
Amos X. Minaemaa, A, It., pastor. The
rerular Children' Day Missionary ser
rieo will bo held St :5 a-nu, followed
by a Sunday school picnic at Hager'a
Grove after tho service; 1 Children's and
choir music at tho services.
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jrZXST rXXSBYTEBXAV 1
Coraor ef Chemekrta and Winter
streets. G rover O. Birtchet. D. X- pas
tor. Charch school. S:3Q avm. Claaae
for all agea. Morning worship, 11
o'clock. Sermon. "The Measure 'of a
Woman's Ijov,' - Anthem. "Tom Ye
Even to Me" f Barker) Mrs. Gordon
MeGilchrist will sing a sot. - Orchestra,
rohearsal at 8 p.m. Christian adeavor
societies meet at S:S0 o'clock . Evening
worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon, "Poor Old
Dad" (A Patber'a Day Service). Mid
week mooting on Thursday at 7:80
ST. JOHV'S LTTTHZXAir (Mo. Synod)
North .loth and A street. Bar. U. W.
Gross, pastor. Sandsy school . a.m. Eag
lish serrieo t:45. German at 11:00.
' XXMAjrrjXZi BAPTIST ' '
Corner Haiel and Academy streets.
Sunday school at 10 aJn. Ijossou: Dent.
34 and 15. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8
p.m. Mr. Turner will preach in tho
morning and Miss Ruth Tibbit in tho
evening. - Special mnaic at both services.
Mid-week prayer aad testimony meeting
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
LABISH MTSSIOB- EVANGELICAI. 1
CLEAR LAKJt Church school 10 a.m.
W. P. Cellard, Supt, - Children's Day
program at 11. Missionary offering. Bi
ble study Tueadey evening.
- MIDDLE GROVE Church school 10
a.m. T. P. Walker, Sept. Jr. X. L. C E.
at 11. Intermediate . L. C. E. at 7
p.m. Evening worship at S subject, "De
iag God' Will." Prayer serrieo Wed
nesday eveninr at the 11-ed Bcharf home.
IU.B1SH CENTER Church school 10
a.m., W. A. Starker, Supt, - C. X. 7
p.m. discussion . topie, "How to Decide
What is Right and What i Wrong I" Ed
ward MeClaughry, leader. Mid-week ser
vice Thursday evening. H. le. Schouor
man pastor. ; 1161 Union street. Salem.
CEiumas SassfoKAir aixxavcx
CSS Perry street, Sunday school 9j44
a.m.; M. D. Litwiller, Sopt. - Mornlag
service. 11:00; young people's service,
S:4S p.m. Lester Plants, leader. Even
lag serrieo 7a4S. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Van Dyek, returned missionary from cen
tral China, and Rev. J. C. Baker ot So
attlo will eondact both services. Tuesday
evening prayer meetings, 7:45; Thursday
erening cottage prayer meeting for
young people at 464 North Summer
. South Commercial sad Myers street.
& Dariow Johnson, pastor. 848 E. My
ers street. Phone S687. Berriees 11
a.m. and 8 pja. Sermon topics t "God's
Workmanship" e-m. "The Open WU
dow" pja. Sunday school 9:45, Stearns
Cashing, Supt. Xoung People meet
ings at T o'clock.
TOST CHTJRCH 07 THX VAXARXsTB
One block south of Center on lth
street. Rev. Fletcher Galloway, pastor.
Residence 1493 Marion, Phono 9830.
Sundsy service as follows: Horning
service n union of Sandsy school and tho
worship service 9:45 to 11:45 a.m. A
special for tho Juniors. Sermon subject,
'The Glory of tho Church." N. T. P. S.
and Junior society 7 p.m. Evening ser
vice 8 p.m. Sermon subject, "A Pout
er." Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p.m.
JASOIT XXX MEMORIAL": X.
Winter and Jefferson streets. Hngh
B. Fouke, Jr., minister. Morning wor
ship 11 a.m. Sermon theme "When
Shall These Things Bet" Solo hy Miss
Thelma Davis. Evening worship 8 p.m.
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is a LmA." Presentation! of tho Cascade
district Rally trophy. A serrieo in which
every boy and every parent will ho in
terested. Chureh school session at 9:45
Sum. Promotion day, with formation of
new classes and setting up of tho pro-
Si. im .v. Vfl'l car.' wwuk yrv
pio's groops at 7 p.m. lie Upon Jorum
North Cottage and Chemeketa streets.
Rev. fred Alban Weil, miaiater. Sunday
morning service at 11 o'clock. Sermon:
"What Place Hav tha Terms 'Saviour'
and 'Salvation' in Ldfe Today t"
PORD MEMORIAL X. X. COMMUNITY
Uorth avenue and Third atreet. Mere
dith A. Groves, pastor. Monday school
9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock;
subject: "The Overflow" i Vocal solo
"My Tssk" hy Miss Ruth Meers. Ev
eniar worship 8 o'clock; subject:
"Paul's FarewelV to Elders of Eoheeus."
rapeeial music. This service will b tho
farewell service of tho psstor, closing a
year nssterate. Touna- Panola'a meet
ings 7 p.m.
Rod rer s Bldg., High aad Perry street.
Graded church school 9:4ft a.m. W. T.
Jeaka, Supt. Junior charch 10:50 e.nw
Three B. Y.'s 6:45 pja. ) Morning wor
ship 10:50 a.m. Sermon: "The Two
Builders" pastor. Aathem. Evening
service 7:45 p.m. Popular Gospel Seng
Serrieo. Sermon: "Tho Mind of Christ."
Wednesday evening Peilowshin ' and
Prayer meeting 7:45 o'clock. Thurs-
ehoir rohearsal 7:30
Market and North Winter street.
Stewart. Castor. Sundav 1 school
a.m. i MoTaias' worshin II o'clock: sob
jeet! "The forward Look." Evening
worship 8 o'clock; subject: "Christ Re
eeiveth Sinful Men." loung People's
meeting T 'slock. , ,
TXEST CHTJRCH OP CHRIST,
' Chemeketa and Liberty streets. - Sua
day services at 11 ajnu and S n.sa. Sua-
jfet, "Is-the Universe, Including Man
Evolved hy Atomic Poreet" Sunday
scnool at 9:45 and II. Testimonial meet
ing every Wednesdsy evening at 8.
Readiag Room at 408 Masonic Temple
open from 11 to 5:80 ezeepit Sundays and
' Charch street between Chemeket ard
Cantor street. Rev. P. iW. Xrtektea,
pastor. 11 a.m. "The RontAway Slave.'
Anthem by choir. 7:80 evening aong ser
vices led by The Ladies Guild. Special
music. Mis Ruth Tibbits, speaker.
Sunday school 8:45. Max Gehlbtr, Supt.
Arnold Krueger, Asst. Sept. i In charge,
Luther League devotionalsj at 6:80.
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- Court aad 17th street. IB. P. Shoema
ker, pastor, 775 Perry street, phone 4744.
Sundsy school 9:45 a.m.. Mrs. Edward
Weller, Supt. Morning ! worth ip 11
o'clock; sobjeet: "A Great Psrable."
Evening worship 8 o'clock! Toung Peo
ple's meeting 7:15 o'clock; subject:"
"How to Decide What Is Right and
What 1 Wrong." Aid society meeting
on Wednesdsy and Friday. Mid-wttk
meeting Wednesday T: 45. j
High and Center streetsJ D. J. Howe,
pastor. Morning service 11 o'clock; esb
ject: Mitsionsry Address by Hattie P.
Mitchell, living link missionary of tho
church. Evening service 8 o'clock; sub
ject: "Tha Constitution of the Church."
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Orville J. Halt,
Supt. Mid-week services 7:45 p.m. Wed
nesdsy. Toung People's meetings 7 p.m.
O. E. Groups meet in their respective
rooms. Choir rehearsal Thursday 8 p.m.
Prof. E. W. Hobson. director of music.
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