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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Saturday flfomlng, December 30, 1933 . -
A varied and Interesting vratch
fcight program has been arranged
tor New, Year's evs at First Con
gregational ehnrch. It -will begin
at 8:30 in the Sunday school
room with musical numbers, a
dramatic sketch. "My Record,"
presented ' by . Mrs. George Rosa-
mu and Mrs. W. E. Hanson, ana
, an Illustrated address, "The Meet
ing Houses in Which, Oar Fathers
.. Worshipped" which-will sboir pic-
- tares - ot - early New . England
ehnrehes and, tell of the quaint
, customs or early times.
About. 10 o'clock those irbo de
sire to . watch ; tbe new rear in
vlU -adjourn to the parsonage (or
as '. Informal ,. fireside gathering
with light refreshments, , singing,
' reminiscdnces of watchnight serv
Ices of former years, talk by, Dr.
W. C. Kantner, and a service of
song and a service of prayer
as midnight draws near.
By Leslie Group
Watch Night Service will be
held at Leslie Memorial church,
South Commercial and Myers, be
ginning at 8 o'clock Sunday night.
A number of Interesting features
hava been arranged by the Broth
erhood committee which is In
There will be a program ar
ranged by the Queen Esther girls,
moving pictures by Dr. David B.
Hill, a talk on the American In
dian, with exhibit of Indian cur
ios, by Mrs. F. M. Lobdell, who
spent a number, of years in the
government Indian service and
made a special study of certain
tribes. There will be musical
numbers by Ruth Haxelton Linn,
William Bush, Maxine Sautter,
the W. H. Gilbert family, the Ut
An Informal fellowship hour
will I be followed by the closing
service of consecration.
Opens at 9 p.m.
Something different in Sunday
services for the Calvary. Baptist
church will be held New Year's
Eve,, with a watchnlght service
starting at 9 o'clock, states Rev.
Earl Cochran, pastor. The serv
ice, supplanting the regular eve
ning worship, will see the first
hour devoted to a program for
the young people, with Rev. Dean
"Vermillion th speaker. Musical
numbers will include a vocal solo
by Ronald Craven.
- CALVARY BAPTIST
"V7. Earl Cochran, pastor. Church school,
9:40 a. m. Horning worship, 10:50.
IWatchnight program starting at 9 p. m.
fThere will be different speaker, a young
people's period, a recess at 10:30. clos
ing at midnight with a devotional period
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rXXST TOTTED BSXTHBEH
Vissioa bstweea 12ta sad University.
A 8, Benders, putor. Residence 1195
Mission. 8rriec it 11 I. n. mud 8:80
p. n. Sennoa topics, "la the Beginning
God" and "ConeeeraUoa." Kev. Mrs.
Fred Toose in chart. Snnday school at
10 i. m. Mr. Alice M. Henderson, n-
perintendsnt. Yoong People's meeting at
7:80 p. an. Special watch aright services
rinsing at 8:S0 p. m.- Special mem-
sages by Mra. Fred loose, Jan. uaimx
ad others. Prayer meeting each Wedses-
day Bight at 7 p. m.
VRIVZD ASSEMBLIES IS CHRIST
43 3 U Ferrv street. Robert L. -Taylor,
paitor. Mrs. Era Lebold. Sunday school
supertntenaMt. muy service.: ounuaj
school S p. as. Preaching aerriea 1 J, a.
Subject, 'Secret of rower." 7:80 p. m.
sermon, -Urate or worts, wnicai
Week-day eerviees Wednesdays, Fridays,
Satardays 7:30 p. m. Bible school Satur
days S p. Bi.
J ABO 1XZ MSMOXIAX. METHODIST
Corner Jefferson and N. Winter streets.
H. O. Hamphrey, miaister. 9:45 a. a.
Sunday school. II. B. Carpenter, snperin
teadeat. 11 a. . sermoB by the pastor.
Subject, " Walking in Newaeaa of Life."
Chorus choir aaasie led by Prof. Herman
Clark. Vocal solo by Prof. O. C. Brown,
Rainier. Ore. "Goin, Home." Following
the moraine service the Jason Lee eon-
rrecAtiea will hold an old fashioned bas
ket dinner ia the fire place room. Each
family brines a dish and all eat together.
This will be followed by a social half
hoar. 6:30 p. m. Epworth Leagues, three
divisions. 7:30 p. m. song services lol
lowed by sermon. 8:30-0:30 p. m-fellow
ship hour in charge of the Young Peo
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Cottace and Shipping streets. C. X
Springs, minister. Eible study st 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Topie, "Greater
Thiags for God.". (New Tear's sermon.)
Weekly observance of the Lord's Snpper
following the sermon. Evening Bible study
at 7 p. m. Song practice Wednesdsy night
at 7:30 p. m
WEST SALEM FORD MEMORIAL
K. K. Clark, pastor. Church school 0:45
a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Subject,
"Come and Dine." Epworth League 6:30
p. m. Evening worship 7:80 p. m. The
pastor will preach a New Tear's sermon.
Subjeet, "Sing Unto the Lord a New
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
13th and Center streets. Rev. Fletcher
Galloway, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. F. M. Litwiller, superintendent. 11
a. w. Rev. Edgar P. Sims will preach.
6:30 p. m. N.Y.P.S. groups. A wstch
night service st 7:30 p. m. Bev. Sims
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
State and Church streets. B. Esrle Par
ker, pastor. Kobert M. Gatke, superin
tendent. 9:45 a. m. church school. Classes
for all ages. 11 a. m. public worship.
Topie, "The Secret of Happiness." A
New Year's sermon. 11 a. m. junior
chur.-h and nursery class. 6:30 p. m.
Young People's Forum and Epworth
Leagues. 7 :30 p. m. evening worship.
Gospel sermon by the pastor.
ROSED ALE FRIENDS
Milo Clifton Ross, pastor,
school 10 a. m. T. D. Trick,
tendent. Morning worship 11 a.
ssge. The Ark in the House
Edom." 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor. For
rest Cammack, leader. 9 p. m. watrh
nipht service. Topic, "The Bible the
Basis for -Belief." The fifth session of
the "Expert Fndeavor" later in the eve
ning. Special music and devotional ap
propriate to the New Tear. Prayer and
Bible study Thursday evening.
THE FIE ST SPIKITTJAL RESEARCH
248 Commercial street. Will bold the
regular Sunday sfernoon service at 2
p. m. Rev. Luella M. La Valley. Topie will
be "Mediumship and the G c a r d i a a
Winter and Chemeketa streets. Grover
C. Birtchet, D.D., pastor. 9:30 a. m.
church school directed by Ralph Scott,
superintendent. 11 a. m. morning wor
ship. New Year's message, "That for
Which." Anthem, "Rirfg Out, Wild
!JVletropolitan Opera Association
OF NEW YORK
is pleased to announce that in collaboration with the proprietors of
LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes, it has been enabled to utilize the com
plete facilities of both the Red and the Blue networks of the National
Broadcasting Company, to the end that on Saturday, December 30, and -
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every Saturday thereafter, from two o'clock, Eastern Standard time,
and until such time as each Opera is finished' the complete Operas
presented at the Metropolitan Opera House will be broadcast. We
know that the public will be glad to avail themselves of these unique
opportunities. They mean that Opera in its best form is brought to every
home in the United States. We feel that this if a great step forward in
the development of fine music in this country, and that it will be of
great interest and a source of pleasure to the entire American public
Metropolitan Optra Jtssodatipn
Bells' (Gounod -Root.) 8:80 p. at. Joaior,
Inermediata and easier O. K. Societies.
7:30 p. as. evening pratse. New Tear's
rally aerriea, "Let Us Go Beset." Of
fertory, "By the Waters of Mlsnetonka"
(Ldeuranea.) . m. zoung feovia u. jb.
Society meeting and Bight watch service.
Farrr aad 18th streets. C & Westam.
paator. Sunday school at 9:45 a. as. C. A.
Wilson, saperiatindent, Caarch service st
11 a. m. subject, "Boried wtta uarut tn
Baptism." Mew Year'a Eva watob sight
eerviee at 7:45 p. aa. Iseloding water
baptismal aerriea and avaageHsti maa
sage. Subjeet, "Oeeupy.TUl I ConeS'
Special music Tuesday night quarterly
bmeineas meeting at 6 p. as. Wednesday
prayer meeting at s:SO p. as. IMvoUonal
service at 8 p. m. Thursday. Teang Peo-
?la'a business meetiag Friday night 'at
:45 p. as. at 1595 South Capital street.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST i -.
Chameketa and Liberty . streets. Baa
day school 9:45 aad 11 aw as. Service
Us.sk aad 8 p. m. Subject ef lesson
r m e "Christ JesusiU Testimony
meeting Wednesday S p.i as. Keadiag
room in Masonie temple open 11 a. m.
to 5:80 p. m., except Sundays aad holi
days. HOUSE OF PRATER
Chemeketa aad 17th streets. Iaterde
aominational. Prayer and praise serviee
Sunday afUrnoon at 8 p. as. There will
ba week night services from now on
two ni gljts a week only, Mondays aad
Fridays at 7 :30 p. m. A. J. Saoitb,
minister ia charge.
X. J. Reasoner, minister. Bible acboU
superintendent, Mrs. Raymond Titaa. Ser
vices at 10 a. m. with bible school ses
sion. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Mrs.
Reasoner will sinr. Sermon Subject, "The
Three Ordinances." A basket dinner and
annual meeting at noon. Christian En
deavor at 7 p. m.
Center and High streets. Guy L. Drill,
minister. Church school 9:30 a. m. each
Lord's Day. Morning church worship at
10:45 a. m. Lord's Supper and Sermou.
topie, "Christ Watching the Church
Treasury." Young People's meeting 6:30
p. m. Evening evsngelistie service. 7:80
p. m. Pastor' is beginning a series ef spa
eial sermons on the general theme ef the
journey of life, using for bis subject Sun
day evening, "All Packed Up and Ready
to Go." Church night service Wednesday
ORACB GOSPEL HALL
15th and Mill streets. Sunday School
at 10 a. m. Preaching at 8 and at 7:80
p. m. Tuesday night children' a meeting
at 7:45 p. m. Bible study at 7 p. m.
8T. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL '
Missouri Synod, corner 16th and A
streets. Bev. H. W. Gross, pastor. Eng
lish services Sunday morning at 9:45
a. -in. German at 11 a. m. Sunday school
at 9 a. m. Special services Sunday at
7:30 p. m. New Tear's day services Jan
uary 1 at 9:45 a. m. in English and Ger
man services at 11 a. m.
19th and Ferry streets. H. C. Stover,
minister. Church school at 10 a. m. 0. C.
Harris, superintendent Morning worship
at 11 a. m. Sermon, "What is Worth
While!" Evening service at 7:80 p. m.
Sermon, "Is the World Growing Bet
ter!" The ministry of music morning and
evening. Toung people's meeting at 6:45
p. m. y
THE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY
420 State street. Revival meetings con
ducted by J. A. Sanders of North Dakota
will continue next week nightly at 7:45
p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morn
ing worship at 11 a. m. Evangelistic ser
vice at 7:30 p. m.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Hood and North Cot tare streets. G. T.
NeaL pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sermon tonics. "Personal
Evangelism" and "The New Tear." Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Lyle Knot, super
intendent. Tonng People's meeting 6:30
p. m. Lyle Knox, president. Prayer end
testimony meeting Wednesday night at
7:30 p. m.
THB FROGRBSSIVB SPIRITUAL
Helton HalL Chemeketa street. Ser-
vicea far 8undsy evenlrg, Beoember 81,
subject, The Christ Spirit aad the Devil
Worshippers ef 1984." Or lea Richard
Kring. 8 to 7 :15 p. as. ssaasagea, by the
cum psycnie. 7 :so p. as. Mew sear a spe
cial, derine healing, lecture, message.
Chemeketa and North Cttage streets.
Services will be held when announced by
visiting ministers. -
Corner ef Hasel and Academy streets.
Bible school at 10 a. a, Mare Saucy, su-
periatendent. Preaching as 11 a. m. by
Ibav. BeaJ. lores aad et 7:80 by Bra.
O. D.' Saaey. The male quartet will siagr
Midweek- prayer aad praise service
Taarsday st 7 :80 p. as.
JTorth Summer at Marion street. Emery
"W. Pettieord, LD4 minister. Sunday
school at 9 :45 a. m. L. L. Thorn ton, au
periateadeat MoTainr werahip at II a. m.
Mrs; Ethel Paling Phelps, organist. Ser
mon, "Making Suggestions to Christ."
Christian Endeavor vesper service at 8:80
p. as. Evaagelistle service at 7:80 p. m.
Bong service led by Linden Leaner. Ber
moa, "The Miraeuloua Translation."
Bible study and prayer meeting Tbarsday
at 7:80 p. m.
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL
Church and Chemeketa streets. Rev.
Gee. H. Swift, rector. Holy Commnnion
7:80 a. m. Church school 9:45 a. m.
Morning prayer aad sermon 11 a. m.
FIRST GERMAN BAPTIST
North Cottage end D streets. G. W.
Ratach, miaister. Sunday school at 9:45
a. as. 8am Schirmaa, superintendent.
Short English service after the Sunday
school. Regular serviee 11:15 a. m. Ser
mon topie, earing the End of Time."
Choir song. Watch night service begin
aing at 8 p. m. Topie, "Looking For
ward." Choir song and other speeial num
bers. Regular midweek prayer service at
8 p. m. Wednesday. Women's missionary
serveie at 8:80 p. at. Tuesday at the
some or Mrs, tt. rerlica, route e, box 112
Church street between Chemeketa and
Center. Bev. P. W. Eriksen. 9:45 a. i
Sunday- Bible school. Arnold A. Krueger,
superintendent, fl a. m. divine worship.
Sermon topic. "The Lost Christ." An
them by the choir directed by Win. Mo
Gilehrist. Solo by Miss Ida Miller. 7:80
p. m. New Tear's Eve serviee. Toung
People'a watch night service. Refresh
ments during the evening. Speeial music
by the Toung People's chorus directed by
ENGLEWOOD UNITED BRETHREN
Corner N. 17th and Nebraska streets.
Rev. R. V. Wilson, pastor. Sundsy school
9:45 s. m. Morning worship 11 a. m.
Subject, "A Backward and a Forward
Look." Choir anthem, "Let the Heavens
Be Glad" (Wilson.) Evening worship at
7:30 p. m. Subject. "Two Things That
Make a Great Life." Toung People's
meeting 6:80 p. m. Subject, "Three Age
Groups for Toung People." Ralph Koer
ner and Alice Johnstead, leaders.
C. M. A. GOSPEL TABERNACLE
655 Ferry street. W. H. Caldwell, pas
tor. Sunday school, 9 :45 e. m., Granvel
Sheets, superintendent. S. S cabinet pray
er meeting, 9:80 a m. Annual Sunday
school election, 10:15. Morning worship,
11, "The Past, Present and Future. '
Toung people's meeting.. 6:30. Lawrence
Rich, leader. Evening evsngelistie serviee.
7:45, "The uid ana the few. ire
prayer service, 7:30. Watch night serv
ice begins 9:30 with the young people
in charge until 11 p. m. Mr. Rich leads
service from 11 to 12:15 a. m. Prayer
serviee on Tuesday evening including
bbile study. Choir and orchestra practice
Wednesday night. Toung people's cottage
prayer service Thursday night.
John J. Rudin, minister. Sunday school,
10 a. m., Mrs. Adams, superintendent;
election of officers. Church serviee, 11.
No evening aerviee.
Center and Liberty. J. R. Simondt,
minister. Sunday school, 9 :45 a. m. Morn
ing worship, 11, "My Change at To
morrow." Watchnight program from 8:80
to midnight. See story in another column.
The first service of an evan
gelistic campaign to be conduct
ed at the Free Methodist church
here will be held Wednesday
night, January , at 7:10 o'clock,
announces the pastor, Bev. M. H.
Pitcher. " '
Rot. 3. Lewis Arnold of Wen-
atcbee. Wash., will be the visit
ing' speaker. "
Among other subjects of In
terest to be discussed during the
meetings by Rev. Arnold will be:
"It the NRA talis will Techno
cracy leaders take ' control.'
"Christ here la 136, does the
Bible give dates." "Is Musso
lini coming world dictator?- "The
Image that Speaks." "Bolshevism
in America Is the Bine Eagle
Market aad Winter. M. H. Pitcher,
paator. Sunday school, 0:45 a. m., Emory
Goode, superintendent. Morning worship,
11, "The Divine Presence." T. P. M. 8.
meets st 6:80 p. m. Evsngelistie service,
Hasel Green. J. H. Wortman. alitor
Sunday school, 10 a. aa. Preaehiag, IL
topis will be a New Tear's message.
bvangeuiue service, i :ao p. m.
CHRIST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
18tk and State streets. Amoa E. Min
Benin, paster. German communion serv
ices, 9:30 a. m.. subject "The Tragedy
ef Israel's Career Under the Loving
Kindness ef the Lord." English commu
nion services, 11 a. na., subject "Em
brace the Lord's Loving Kindness Ere
It is Toe Late." 8unday school 9:80
a. m., Mrs. Amos E. Minneman, super
intendent. German New Tear'a serviee,
9:80 a. m. New Tear'a morning, subject
"The Lord Our Dwelling- - Place in All
Generations." English New Tear's serv
ices. 11 a. m subjeet "The Harvest We
Gather From the Fields of the Old Xar."
Congregational meeting 8undsy, January
7, z p. m.
Highland avenue and Church. T. Clio
Brown, pastor. Bible school, 10 a. m-.
GET THEM NOW AS THEY WILL SOON BE HIGHER. MANY OF OUR CUS
TOMERS ARE BUYING TWO AND THREE P A I RS I N ANTICIPATION OF,
THE GENERAL' RISE IN ALL PRICES. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF,
BLACK AND BROWN OXFORDS AS WELL AS HIGH SHOES; THE HIGH
SHOES ARE $7.85.
SS RUBBER HEELS PUT ON
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Rev. 3. Lewis Arnold of Wenat
chee, WsiIl, who will open a
aeries of evangelistic messages
st the Free Methodist church
here Wednesday night.
Lester DeLapp, superintendent. iMorning
worship, 11. "Overeomera." Intermediate
C. E..' 6:30. Wallace Beckett, leader,
Richard Brown who is In attendance at
the Portland Bible institute will bring
the message st the 7 e clock service.
followed by a watchnight aerviee. The
message to be given by Chester Ditmar
ef this city. The choir firing a number
of ntnsie specials.
. . LESLIE MEMORIAL
Commercial and Myers. 8. Darlow John'
son. psstor, 848 East Myers. Church
school, 9:45 a. ni., V. M. Sackett, sup
erintendent. Morning worship It, anthem
"Hail Messiah," (Wilson), bermon topic
"A Prayer for the New Tear." This ser
mon is continuation of a series on the
Lord's- Prayer. Leagues meet, 6:80.
Happy, evening hour at Watchnight
service beginning at 8 p. m. Ladies' Aid
tea, with business sad social afternoon,
Wednesday, 2 p. m., ia church parlor.
Mid-week hour ef prayer and study at
Ms IL III
Buy them now while this price is in ef eet
Other well-known brands have already ad
vanced. When this stock is gone we will
have to pay more and get more Eor Florsheinis
Of CE, Youths
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.One of the interesting vesper
TviM 'nf 19 33 will b the one
planned. by, the C. E. society of
the Evangelical cnuren, Marion
and Sumner streets,, for Sunday
afternoon at 3:30. Iter. Ralph O.
Kleen and wife, pastors of the
Methodist church, or Brownsville,
will bring gospel messages In
song.' - ' '
Th topic "Progresa of 1933"
wrlll ha . AernnmH hr TSrloaa C.
E. members trlvlng personal toueh
es on, what the year -H33 has
brought to them. Ralph Arnsmel-
er, the president for 13. wiu
give a short talks on ."A Forward
Look for 133 in our C. E". V
Stayion People i
The Methodist church at Stay
ton will hold a Sunday night
watch service, when Dr. Robert M.
Gatke of Willamette university
will apeak on "New Things in a
Changing World," reported the
pastor. Rev. D. George Cole, while
in Salens Friday.
Music and entertainment fea
tures before the midnight hour
will be furnished by pupils from
the Chemawa Indian school and
a free snpper will also be served
to all. After dawn of the new
year, a short program of games
and merriment will be Indulged.
Port Status of
Salem is Cited
Following suggestion to that
end by the local chamber of com
merce, the MeCormick Steamship
company has advised the cham
ber that In future Salem will be
'airs. on Sale' at
YOUR SHOES ANYDAY ag(
mentioned as a shir ping port isi
all tht aniline: schedules nut out
by the company J Heretofore Sax
lem has been given no recognl
tion in this company's lists.
Tivo Bound Over
, ;Two preliminary hearings wr
completed la justice court yes
terday and in each instance d
fendanta were bound over to tht
grand Jury. Edgar King, accuse;
of. reckless driving , following kt
accident In which Seth Wiiliama,
s S, was seriously, hurt, and 1 Wik
liam Street held for ntterlng i
forged '- lnstrnment are ' the de
In the King case,, the. state of
fered seven ; witnesses, three oi
whom were . on. the ,tand yesten
day morning": Fred Perrlne, C. .F.
Jaeger and Ralph Emmons. Bail
in aunvj of $500 posted after ar
rested was allowed to stand foi
Marion & N. Liberty Sts.
11 A. M. "la it Well
7:30 P. M. "A New
Watch Night Service of Interest
to All . . Good Music . . Gospel
Singing . . A Spiritual Message
PLAN TO ATTEND