The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 23, 1949, Page 12, Image 12

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    12 Tho Stat menu Salem, Ofqon. Saturday. Jury 23' 1943
Parents' Night
Set by Church
At Silverton
SILVERTON. July 22 The
Rev. Ben F. Browning will sneak
on "Christians Asking Tor 'I rou
ble" Sunday morning at the
Methodist church. There will be
special music by the women
sextet At parents' night Mon
day young people n tneir ar
ents will gather for discussion
program of the Methodist Yout
fellowship. Mrs. Harrison Fischer
and the Rev. Mr. Browning will
talk, followed by a forum dis
cussion and refreshments. Tues
day night Ellen circle of the
Women's Society for Christian
Service will meet with Mrs. T. R
Hobart at 514 S. 3rd st.
Trinity Lutheran congregation
will meet for a picnic and out
door services Sunday at the Voi
ding farm (old Jack place), five
mile east on the Marquam road
on Butte creek. The group will
leave the church at 10:30 am
and a basket lunch will foilnw
the 11 o'clock service.
"God Demands Sincerity" is the
topic of the sermon at Immanuel
church -Sunday morning with the
Rev. S. L. Almlie as speaker.
"Heavenly Citizenship" will be
discussed at the Luther leagu?
meeting at 7:30 Sunday night.
The Rev. Clifford N Trout of
Hillsboro Christian church wpl be
guest speaker Sunday morning at
First Christian church at Silver
ton. A question-answer period
will be observed at 8 p.m with
the Rev. ' Arthur Charles Bates,
local pastor, answering the ques
tions. A Trinity Lutheran church com
mittee headed by Mrs. M. G.
Gunderson will present Thursday
evening the names of candidates
foe the pastorate, which the Rev
M. J. K. Fuhr will leave Sep
tember 1.
Esther circle of the Women's
Society for Christian Service is
to give a buffet supper at the
Methodist church on August 17.
according to Mrs. Lawrence
Lierman. president.
The Caravans from Augsburg
college, Minneapolis. Minn., will
give a concert at Calvary Luth
eran church Friday . at 8 p.m.,
reports James "A. Tofte. local pas
tor. This Sunday the Central Luth
er league of Salem and the Cal
vary league of Silverton will pic
nic at Silver Creek Falls at 5 p.m
'Farewell Set
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SDA Conclave
To End Today;
Religions Drama
At 1st Methodist
"If the Ligjht Be Darkness," a
modern religious drama which
Dr. Charles Dnrden
Reception Sunday
Evening Planned
For Dr. Durden
Farewell sermon of Dr. Charles
Durden as pastor of Calvary Bap
tist church will be given Sunday
at 11 aim., before he becomes
state director of evangelism and
of town and country churches for
the Northern Baptist conference.
Dr. arid Mrs. Durden will be
honored by the church at a re
ception Sunday evening following
the 7:30 o'clock service.
He will be on vacation during
August. A successor for the local
pulpit has not yet been selected.
In a resolution, the board of
deacons expressed the congrega
tion's reluctance to release Dur
den, under whose pastorate the
church "has shown marked
growth."
Pastors Move
Johnson Memorial Seventh-day
Adventist church's new pastor
will be Elder R. G. Schaffner
castor of Sunnyside church of
Portland for the past six years.
He succeeds Elder A. J. Gordon
who has been with the Salem
church for one year and will be
come conference evangelist.
Elder Schaffner has served for
35 ;years as a . minister in west
coast congregations. ;. '
These changes were announced
at the annual Oregon conference
Adventist camo meeting which
will close Sunday at Gladstone.
Reports included the following
Oregon Dorcas Benevolent so
cieties pave away 69.583 articles
of clothing during the past year
Medical treatments were given
to 4,723 people, and 49,630 people
were given charity.
Laymen of the Oregon confer
ence distributed 831.149 pieces of
gospel literature and held 13,098
Bible meetings.
Sabbath school members in
Oregon gave $42,808 for foreign
mipsions this last quarter.
Highlights of today's program
will be Sabbath school in six audi
toriums; Elder William B. Ochsv
general conference vice president,
at; 11 o'clock; young people's
meetings; Elder C. A. Scriven in
an Orient talk at 2:45 pjn.; the
traditional Junior Sing by 1,000
boys and girls at 4 p.m.; bap
tismal at 5:15; mass rally of tem
perance leaders at 8 p.m.
saDemm (Clmraircllies
School teachers in New Eng
land once were generally paid
two hams in exchange for a year's
tuition in arithmetic.
has been well received in nu
merous Oregon churches during
recent weeks, will be at First
Methodist church Friday at 8 p.m.
The play is presented by Oregon
Players, ; with a cast of university
students; including Paula Foley.
Ted Reeves, Allan Button and
John Power. Director is Henry
Duffy. 5
SATURDAY'S BROADCASTS
Pacific Daylight Time
Kilocycles: KSLM 1390, KOCO 1490. KOIN 970. KGW 620. KEX 1190
HOUR
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Church Picnic
Slated Sunday
For Jefferson
JEFFERSON, July 22 Mem
bers of the Church of Christ went
in a body to Albany Sunday to
hear Peter Sullivan of India
speak. Sullivan has been attend
ing schools in the United States,
preparatory to returning to India
as an evangelist.
Mrs. W. R. Terhune and Mrs.
Irvine Wright attended the Linn
county convention of Christian
churches at Crabtree Monday.
The Rev. Mr. Duhrkoop will
preach Sunday at the local Evan
gelical United Brethren church
young peoples' meeting at 8 p.m.
Sunday morning the Rev. A. E.
Bash ford, pastor, will preach on
"Almost a Christian As the Dan
ger Line." These are the last serv
ices; before the annual conferenc
at Jennings Lodge.
Members and friends of the
Methodist church will have a pic
nic dinner at 12:45 Sunday follow
ing morning services on the
church lawn. Following dinner, a
kitchen shower will be held for
the church parsonage.
The Methodist Woman's Society
of Christian Service met Wednes
day afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. F. Gulvin. Leading the
devotions and study lession were
Mrs. C. J. Thurston of Scio and
Addie Libby. Next meeting of
the society will be with Mrs.
C. M. Cochran.
(Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
unless otherwise noted)
ASSEMBLY T GOO
KraaseUstk Taberaacla 13th and
ferry 11 a m. 7:49 p. m Sunday
7:45 p m. Thursday.
Glad Tidtao 315'.4 N. Commercial.
Sunday school 10 a. in. Service 11
a. m 7:45 p m Sunday.
BAPTIST
Bethel Cot tan and D. 11 a m 730
p m. Sunday
Calvary Liberty and Miller Ham.
730 p. m Sunday.: 7:30 p m. Wednes
day. First Liberty and Marlon 11 a. m.
S o.m Sunday 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
Usunaaaet (GARB) Hazel St Acade
my. 11 a m 7 30 p m. Sunday. 7:30
p m. Wednesday.
Bikl Fellowship Memorial hospital
chapel. 11 a. m Sunday.
CATBOUC
St. Joseph's Cottage and Chemeke
ti. Masses 6:30. S. 9. 10. 11 a. m. Sun
day Devotions 7 30 p. m Sunday and
Tuesday.
St Vincent de Paul Myrtle and Co
lumbia Masses 7 30. 8. 10:30 a m Sun
day. Confessions 4:30-5 30, 7-830 p. m
Saturday
CHRISTIAN
Coart Street 17th and Court 10:50
a m.. 8 p m Sunday t
First Center and High. 10:50 a. m
730 p. m. Sunday, 8.-00 p. m. Wednesday.
CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
5th and Gaines. 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.
Sunday. 7:30 p m. Wednesday.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First
Chemeketa and Liberty Sunday
school 1 1 - .m Services 11 a.m., 8 p.m.
Sunday. 8 : p.m Wednesday. Reading
room 148 S. High.
CHl'RCH OF CHRIST
Central Cottage and Chemeketa.
Bible classes 9:45 a.m. Services 10:45
a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday, 8 p.m. Thurs
day CHL'RCH OF COD First
Cottage and Hood. 11 a. m 7:45
p. m. Sunday.
CHURCH OF JESTS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
5th and Madison. Sunday school 10
a m. Services 1130 a.m... 0:30 p.m.
Sunday.
CONGREGATIONAL
First Cottage and Marion. Church
school 10 a. m Saturday. 9 45 a m.
Sunday. Services 10:55 a. m. Sunday.
Knight Memorial 18th and Ferry.
Ham. Sunday.
EPISCOPAL St. Paul's
Church and Chemeketa. Sunday
school 930 a. m. Services 730. 9:45.
11 a. m. Sunday. i
EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED
Bethany Marion and Capitol. Sun
day school ! 10 a. m. Services 11 a m .
7:45 p. m. Sunday. 7:45 p. m Wednes
day. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN
Englewood 17th and Nebraska. 11
a. m 730 p m. Sunday.
First Marion and Summer. 11 a m.
7:45 p m Sunday.
FRIENDS ;
Highland Avenue Church and High
land. 11 a. m.. 7:30 p. m Sunday. 7 30
p. m. Wednesday.
Sooth Salem Commercial and Wash
ington. 11 a. m 7 30 p m. Sunday. 8
p m Wednesday.
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KOIN KOIN Klock INews INews I User News
iCW Hear This tHear This jOld Sogs INewi
KEX Roundup Boys Time Tempos Time Tempos (Research Ad.
News I Break fart Gang!Breakfast GangTop Trades
Science IVarietles . I Weft Melodies jWest. Melodies
Music IMusIc IBroadway Broadway
Manners (Manners J. Marlowe Sam Hayes
D. River Boys M. Agronsky IHome Agent iFrank Carl ;
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KOIN
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KEX
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KSLM Barf. Counter News (Pioneer Sons Mustc
KOCO Haven Ret IHaven Rest (Without WordsWlthout Wordi
KOIN News iLet's Pretend Jr. Miss Jr. Miss
KGW Fred Waring Fred Waring ISmilin" Ed (Smllin' Ed
KEX Get Together Get Together Toy land Tunes Toy land Tunes
KSLM News Music IPastor's Call Music
KOCO Cycle of Song Cycle of Sons Concert Concert
KOIN Theatre Today Theatre Today Gr. Cen. Sta. Cr. Cen. Eta.
KGW News Public Affairs Orchestra Orchestra
KEX Stars Tomorrow! Stars Tomorrow. Stars Tomorrow! Stars Tomorrow
KSLM News
KOCO Sat. Serenade
KOIN Holly'w Stars
KGW Farm Hour
KEX Girls Corps
Garden Guide
Sat. Serenade
Holly'w Stars
Farm Hour
IGlrls Corps
Kewanls Choir IKewanls Choir
Eat. Serenade Sat. Serenade
Give St Take IGive St Take
IMary Taylor Mary Taylor
'Am. Farmer Am. Farmer :
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KSLM Top Trades (News Platter Jock Platter Jock
KOCO At Opera At Opera News St Sports Ted Dale
KOIN News IGuest Stars Meet Missus IMeet Musus
KGW Young Oref. iVoung Oreg. News Europe
KEX Treasury Show Treasury Show Rhythm (Rhythm
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Sat Matinee
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iSat Matinee
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'Horse Races
(News
ISat Matinee
Orchestra
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I Bob Eberly
ISat Matinee
Orchestra
IMusicana
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KSLM Hay ride IHavride Nwi
KOCO Sat. Matinee Sat Matinee (Theatre
KOIN Air Newspaper lAir Newspaper 'At Chase
KGW Your Health Bits of Hits teontrasta
KEX Tea and ITea and Tea and
Blng Sings
Theatre
At Chase
KTontrasU
Tea and
Concert Set
By Nazarenes
Prof. Earle H. Anderson, bari
tone concert singer and recording
artist, will give a public recital
of sacred songs Sunday at 7:45
p.m. at First Church of the Naza-
rene. Anderson, teacher of voice
at Pasadena college, California, is
touring the northwest. Mrs. An
derson accompanies him at the
piano.
The Oregon Pacific district of
the Church of the Nazarene's an
nual district-wide camp meeting
is now in progress at the camp
grounds located on SE 82nd ave
nue between Portland and Oregon
City. The special workers at this
years camp are Dr. Hugh C.
Benner of Kansas City, Mo., the
Rev. Paul J. Stewart of Sherman,
Texas, and the Rev. and Mrs.
Leslie Parrott, musicians and
young people's speakers of Salem.
Services are being conducted at
10:45 a.m.. 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.
daily. The camp is directed by
Dr. W. W. Hess, district superin
tendent and, will continue through
Sunday; July 31.
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Chin-up Chat.
News
Orchestra
101 Ranch
Vet. Prgh.
IChin-up Chat.
I Orchestra
Orchestra
1101 Ranch
Coast Guard
Chin-up Chat.
Feature
! Orchestra
IMeet Band
Airforce
Chln-up Chat
Feature
Orchestra "
Meet Band I
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KSLM
KOCO
KOIN
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KEX
Poole Show
Bit of Jazz
Brancroft
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Jr. Junction
Poole Show
'Bit of Jazz
Quintet
IGuet Star
Ur. Junction
IMarch Time News
MUsiC Spotlit IMuslc Spotlit
Dell Trio John Dalv
iTheatre Theatre
Jazz Concert Jazz Concert
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KOCO Roundup Time Roundup Time CUrUin Calls ICurtain Call
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KGW Theatre Theatre !Bnds of Land Bands of Land
KXX In Family 'Freedom Ring IDtxieland Dixieland
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KOCO Baseball IBaseball Baseball Baseball
KOIN Sing It Again iSing It Again ' Sing It Again "Sing It Again
KOW Dick Powell Dick Powell iOle Opry lOle Opry
KEX Lone Ranger Lone Ranger (The Eye (The Eye
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Damone Show
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KGW Wax Museum 'Wax Museum Wax Mu-eum Wax Muveura
KlaX Uke It Hot ILike It Hot Like It Hot 'Like It Hot
KOACSS k.c Saturday 10 a.m
The Kews: 10:19 Especially for Women:
11 The Concert Hall: II 00 The News:
II J J Noon Farm Hour: 10 Ride 'Em
Cowboy: IM Voice of the Army: 1:43
Melody Lane: 100 Music of the Mas
Wrs: iM Science News of the Week;
Sa This la South Africa: 4.-00 Driver's
Plavhouw; 4:15 Songs of the West; 4:43
Children s Theater: 3 .DO On the UpOeat
5:50l 5501 Sports Club: 6:00 The New
8:13 Look at Australia; 8:30 London
Letter: t 45 Holland Todav and Tomor
row: 7:00 Light Opera Tonight: 8:43
Loggers' Fire Weather Forecast; 9:00
Dance Parade; 10:43 The Newt; 11:00
sura oil i
About Africa
FREE METHODIST I
Winter and Market; 11 a m, T30
p. m. Sunday. 738 oi m. Wednesday
FVLL GOSrKL-rENTECOSTAL
Calvary Chapel Utt N. Liberty. 11
ajn 7:43 pm. Sunday, 7.43 pjn. Wed
nesday and Friday.
Cfcarch at Ge4 840 8. 22nd. Sunday
svhool 10 a. an Services 11 s. ffl, I
p. m Sunday. I o. m. Wednesday and
Friday.
Fail Gospel Takeraacie 1303 N. 8th.
Sunday school 10 a. : m. Services 11
a. m, 8pm Sunday; 8 p. m. Thurs
day and Saturday
rears aar 490 M, tstn 11 a m.
7:45 p. m Sunday 7:43 p m. Thursday
Jesus Naaae Peatecostal 1173 Lewis.
Sunday school 10 a. m Services 11
a. m. 7:45 o m. Sunday. 7 JO p. m
Wednesday I'nited Pentecostal u. 443 Ferry. 11
a. m.. 7 M p. m Sunday. 7 JO p m.
Wednesday
tNSTITCTE OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE
460 N. Cottage. 11 a m, 8 p.m. Sun
day. JEWISH Teaaple Beth Shalom
Madison and Broadway. Church
school Hi m. Services I p. m Friday
LUTHERAN
Central (American Conference
Capitol and Gaines. 11 a.m. Sunday.
8 p m. Wednesday
Christ (American Church I State and
:8th. 8:45 and 11 a.m Sunday.
Grace (ELC) Englewood school aud
itorium 19ih and Nebraska. Services 11
a.m. Sunday.
St. John's (Missouri Synodl 16th
and A Services 10 a,m. Sunday. Sun
day school 9 a m.
St. Mark Evangelical (United) -343
N. Church. 11 a m. Sunday.
METHODIST
First Church and State. 11 a m
Sunday. 7 JO p. m. Thursday.
Jason Lee . Memorial Winter and
Jefferson. 11 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Sunday
Leslie Commercial and Myers 11
a.m.. 8 pjn. Sunday. 7:30 pjn. Thurs
day. NAZ A RENE First
Center and 13th. 10:50 a. m.. 7:30
p. m Sunday. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday
PILGRIM HOLINESS :
140 Carlton. 11 a. m, 7:30 p. m. Sun
day. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.
PRESBYTERIAN Ftrst
Chemeketa and Winter. 10:53 a m
Sunday. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST OK LATTER DA V SAINTS
17th and Chemeketa. Sunday school
10 a. m. Services U a. m, 7 JO p m.
Sunday.
SALVATION ARMT
241 State. Sunday school 10 a. m. Ser
vices 11 a. m.. 7:30 p. m. Sunday. 7 JO
p. m. Thursday and Saturday.
SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
Johnson Memorial Hood and Sum
mer. Sabbath school 9:30 a. m. Services
11 a. m. Saturday.
SPIRITUALIST First
248 N. Commercial.; 7 JO p.m Sunday
TRUTH CENTER and Library
262 N. Cottage 8 p. m. Tuesday.
UNITED BRETHREN First
(Old Constitution) li45 Mission. Sun
day school 10 a. m. Services 11 a. m
7:30 p. m. Sunday. 7 JO p. m. Wednes
day. W ESLETAN METHODIST
15th and Mill. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Services 11 a m., 7 JO p. m. Sunday.
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The Rev. F. II. Bowman, veteran
of 20 years as a missionary
among- various African tribes,
who will speak Sunday at 11
a.m. at Christian Missionary
Alliance church here.
Presbyterian
Membership
Shows Gains
Mt. Anstel Has
phtt innpiiu T,,l ft
Membership figures in . the Pres- j J OfficCrS
uyserian cnurcn m ine u.o.rv.
showed a net gain of 55.877 for
the period Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1948.
according to statistics just releas
ed from the office of the general
assembly of the church here
The number of new communi-
Installation
MT. ANGEL Installation
ceremonies for the new officers
of Mt. Angel council Knights of
Columbus were held in St. Mary's
club room Tuesday night with
District Deputy Albert Dieker
officiating.
Officers installed were Andrew
The Sunday church school n-, srnmloV trrana Knignt. jonn jen-
rnllmont ctatictirc hnwoH a riw ning5. GepUty grana Knignt. JOS-
from 1,325.088 in 1947. to U51.-.'nn Brockhaus chancellor; W D
138 in 1948. There were 71.805
Evangelical Mennonite Church
Dedication at Dallas Suiitlay 1
DALLAS, July 22 ' Evangelical Mennonite Brethren congrega
tion here will dedicate and occupy its new 32-room building. (On Howo
itreet near Miller avenue, in a day-long program. Seating more than
800 persons in the auditorium, it is one of the largest churches in
Polk county. ll
The ceremonies will begin at 10:15 a m. with unlocking of the
door, including organ music broad-1
cast over speakers in the steeple.
The morning service will feature
a talk by the Rev. Jacob A. WalL
84, oldest living members of the
church and donor of the building
site. A luncheon will follow.
The public dedication service
will be at 2:30 pjn. The Rev. A.
P. Toews, pastor, will speak on
"The Canopy of God." Other
talks will be by the Rev. J N.
Wall, moderator; H. H. Schultz,
building committee; George E.
Rcmpel, carpenter, and Frank A.
Wall, trustee. Other Dallas min
isters will extend greetings.
At this service 3 front window
will be presented in memory of
Seaman 1c Harold Olfert, for
mer member who was killed dur
ing World War II. He was a son
of the Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Wall.
Services will conclude .with a
sepcial musical program at 7:30
p.m., featuring trumpet music by
Ronald Lush of Salem academy,
organ music by Mrs. Walter Wea
thers, choir numbers and a mess
age by Prof. Rufus Franz of Eu
gene. The old building on Miller ave
nue will be retained by the church
for the present, but plans for its
use have not been announced.
cants added irf 1948 was 117.476
bringing the total membership up
to 2,330.136, largest in the his
tory of organized Presbyterianism
in America.
Suburban
Churches
vices 11 a m..
Wednesday.
' Chnrcii
Briefs
AN KENT COMMCNITT
Ankeny schoolhouse. Llberty-Buena
Vista road. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Services 11 a. m.. 8 p. m.
ACMSV1LLE BETHEL BAPTIST
Aumsville. Sunday school 10 a m..
Services 11 a. m., 8 p. m. Sunday. 7:43
p m. Wednesday.
ACMSVILLE WESLETAN
Aumsville. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Service! 11 a. m.. 7:45 p. m. Sunday
BROOKS ASSEMBLY OF GOD
One-half block seuth of Brooks
school. Sunday school 8:43 a. m.
Services 11 a. m.. 7:49 p m. Sunday.
7:45 p. m. Thursday.
CLEAR LAKE EVANGELICAL
UNITED BRETHREN
Wheatland Ferry rd. Sunday school
11 a. m. Services 10 a. m. Sunday.
EOLA COMMUNITY
Eola. Sunday achool 9:45 a. m. Ser
vices 11 a. m. Sunday.
FOUR CORNERS BAPTIST
State and Elma. Sunday school l:
m. Services 11 a. m, 7 JO p. m. Sun
day, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.
FRUTTLAND EVANGELICAL
UNITED BRETHREN
S miles east of Salem. Sunday school
10 a. m. Services 11 a. m. Sunday.
HAIRERT MEMORIAL BAPTIST
HayesviUe. one mile north 01 toe
underpass, sunaay scnooi m.m.
Services 11 a.m., 7 JO p.m. Sunday.
7 JO p.m. Thursday.
KEIZER CHURCH OF CHRIST
Prince fd. Sunday school 10 a m
Services 11 a. m 7 JO p. m. Sunday.
KEIZER COMMUNITY
Elizabeth and Churchdale. Sunday
school 9:43 a. m. Services 11 a m..
7 :45 p. m. Sunday. 7 JO p. m. Wednesday.
LABISH CENTER COMMUNITY
(Evangelical United Brethren)
3' miles east of Brooks, sunaay
school 10 a. tn. Service 11 a m Sun
day.
I.IHFRTT rHL'BCR OF CHRIST
Liberty : school. Sunday school 10
m. Service 11 a. m. Sunday.
KINCWOOD BIBLE
1123 Elm St.. West Salem. Sunday
school 0:45 a. m. Services 10 43 a m..
7:30 p. m. Sunday, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.
WEST SALEM METHODIST
3rd and Gerth. Sunday school 6:43
a. m. Services 11 a. m Sunday.
ZEN A COMMUNITY
Zena Sunday school 10 a. m.
DR. EVANS TO TEACH
Fourteen years after his last
meeting as teacher of the Mc
Cormick Sunday school class at
First Methodist church, Dr. John
Evans, retired Methodist minis
ter, will teach the class Sunday
at 10 a.m. The subject is "I
Wonder."
ELDRIDGE TO SPEAK
LIBERTY Ed FJdridge, field
representative of Northwest Chris
tian college at Eugene, will speak
Sunday evening at Liberty Church
of Christ. He will be accompanied
by a team of young people, who
will present the program. There
will be a baptismal service.
LESLIE HAS PICNIC
Members and friends of Leslie
Methodist church attended Friday
night a picnic sponsored by the
Builders Sunday school . class at
Silver Falls state park. Recrea
tion, no-host supper and a hymn
sing and vesper service were in
eluded.
REVIVAL UNDERWAY
INDEPENDENCE Revival
services are in progress at 8 each
evening at the Assembly of God
church at 5th and C streets. Evan
gelist Ray Roosa, his wife and
daughter Sandy conduct the ser'
vices and singing, accompanied
by the Independence orchestra
under the leadership of Walt
Balland and Doyle Dayton.
CHURCH lOF GOD
S75 Vista ave. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Services 11 a. m- 8 p. m. Sunday.
MACLEAY COMMUNITY
Macleay school. Sunday school 7:30
MARION FRIENDS
Marion. ; Sunday school 10 a. m. Sir
vices 11 a. m.. 7 JO p. m. Sunday.
MIDDLE GROVE COMMUNITY
Middle Crove school. Sunday school
10 a m.
NORTH HOWELL COMMUNITY
North Howell. Sunday ehool 10 a m.
Services 11 a.m. S p.m. Sunday.
o m. Wednesday
PRATUm! IMMANUEL MESNONITB
Pratum. Sunday school 8 53 a. m.
Service 11 a m, 1:45 p nv Sunday
PRATUM METHODIST
Pratum. Sunday school 10 a. nv. Ser
vices 11 a m. Sunday.
PRIVr.LE FRIENDS
Baxter rd west of 99E. Sunday school
10 a. m Senrtc U a. m. Sunday.
COUNTRY CHURCH OF SALEM
Roberts school- Sunday school S:4S
a. m. Services 11 a. m 1 JO p. m. Sun
day. .
ROSED ALB FRIENDS
Rosedaie. Sunday school 10 a. m
Services 11 a. m 7 30 p m Sunday
SALEM HEIGHTS COMMUNITY
Non-depominational Liberty and
Madrona.) Sunday school 10 a m Ser
vices lia m. Sunday. 7.30 p. m. Wed
nesday, j
SWEGLE COMMUNITY
Sweclei achooL Sunday school 10
a. m. Sefvicea 11 a. ro.
TALBOTj COMMUNITY
Talbot, s Sunday school 10 a. m. Sr-
S p.m. Sunday, S p.m
Dallas Churches
infant baptisms in Presbyterian
churches in 1948.
There was a conspicuous ri.Ee
in the number of young men un
der the care of the church a
candidates for the ministry. From
1.446 in 1947. the number of can
didates rose to 1.928 in 1948.
APOSTOLIC FAITH
Church and Court. Sunday school
9:30 a. m Services 11 a. m.. 7:50 p.m.
Sunday. 1p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
BAPTIST First
Washington st Sunday school 9:45
m. Services 11 a m.. 7:30 p. m Sun
day. 7:30 p. m. Thursday.
CATHOLIC SL Philip's
W. Washington st. Masses 8:13 a. m
second and fourth Sundays. 10:13 a. m
first, third and tilth sunoays.
CHRISTIAN First
Jefferson and Clay. Sunday achool
0:43 a. m. Services 11 a. tn, 7 40 p. m.
Sunday.
CHRISTIAN AND
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
Shelion and Mill. Sunday school t 43
m. Services 11 a. m, 7:45 p. m. Sun
day.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
410 Mill. Sunday school 0:43 a. m.
Services 11 a. m. Sunday. 1p.m. first
and third Wednesdays.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Levens and Mill Sunday school 10
a. m. services 11 a. m.. 0:30 p. m.
Sunday.
CHURCH OF GOD
1019 A.h. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Services 11 a. m. 7i30 p m. Sunday.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
Basement of city library. Sunday
school 10 a ro. Service 7 p. m. Sunday
EPISCOPAL St. Thomas
Cherry St. Sunday school 10 and 11
a. rru Services 11 a. m. Sunday.
EVANGELICAL MENNONITE
BRETHREN
Home near Miller. Sunday school
9:35 a.m. Services ll a.m., 7:30 p.m.
EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN
Church and Mill. Sunday school 9:45
a. m. Services 11 a. m, 7:45 pan. Sun
day, FREE METHODIST
224 Mill. Sunday school 0.45 a. m.
Services 11 a. m, 7:45 p m. Sunday
MENNONITE Grace
207 Jefferson. Sunday school 10 a. m
Service 11 a. m. Sunday. .
EUB Mcetiniis
Begin Tuesday
Delegates from Salem will be at
Jennings Lodge starting Tuesday
for the coming week for the an
nual Oregon-Washington confer
ences of the Evangelical and
United Brethren churches and
the ensuing ramp meeting.
From First church, Salem, will
go the Rev. Wilmer N. , Brown
and the Rev. Frank E. Fisher and
Walter Lamkin, lay delegate.
Representing Englewood church
will be the Rev. Lloyd G. Uecker
and Ed Olson, lay delegate.
Brown will be conference direc
tor of music, while Uecker is
treasurer and stewardship secretary.
Harris, financial secretary: Wil-
liam Be-er. recording secretary;
Clum Hauth. warden; Virgil
Gooley. treasurer; Lawrence Roth
enfluch. advocate; Mike Welton.
lecturer; Millard Henny, inside
! guard, and Joseph Beyer, out
side guard. ''"
j Grand Knight Schmidt appoint
ed the following committees:
! Sports and entertainment, Joseph
; Wavra, Ray Rotherfluch, E. B.
: Stolle and Mike Welton; sick
visiting, John Jennings and Matt
: Reyer: dance, Louis Bern and
Gene Hoffer; membership, Frank
! IxDoux. AI Dieker and George
1 Schmidt; initiation. L. A. LaDoux.
Al Dieker and Victor Hoffer;
banquet. Val Eberle and Joseph
Srhmitt: permanent eats commit
tee. Carl Mucken, Charles Wyffels
and Henry Schaecher; construc
tion. L. A. LeDoux . and John
Kottre; Catholic activity, Alois
Keber and Fred Schwab.
1 State Deputy S. J. Smith of
St. Paul gave a short talk.
i Grand Knight Hubert Drescher
and Steve Hiller of St. Paul were
special guests.
Steel coated with teme. an alloy
of 15 percent tin and 8j5 percent
lead, is used principally for auto
mobile fuel tanks. " ' )
Silverton Churches
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Front st. Sundav school 9:43 a m
Sen-ices 11 a.m., 7. 8 p.m. Sunday, 6
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
CATHOLIC SL Pant's
Pine and Grant. Masses S. 10 a tn:
Sunday. 8 :30 a. m. weekdays. 7 .30 1
a. m. Saturday. !
CHRISTIAN First J
Park and 1st. Sunday school 9 45
a. m. Services 11 a. m., 7 JO p. tn. Sun
day. .
CHRISTIAN AND
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
60S N. 2nd. Sunday school 10 a m
Services 11 a m.. 7:43 p. m. Sunday.
7:45 p. m- Wednesday.
Youth to Attend
Coast Church Meet
Thirteen young people from
First Methodist church will leave
; Sunday afternoon for a week in
j the junior outing program at
I Camp Magruder, Barview, accord
ing to Youth Director Ray N.
; Fedje.
The campers are Betty Aston,
j Judy Binkley, Donald Brunk,
; Charlene Cushmg, Peter Erickson
Judy Hume, Larry Johnson. De-
lores Kirchmann, Marcia Mosolf,
i Cherrie Otjen, Joanne Saling,
Delwyn Schulze and Edward
Scheidel.
1st Metlwdist
Sets Vacation
Church School
Plans for a FirstfiMethdist va
cation church school, from August
1 to 12, were announced Friday
by Ray N. Fedjet director ef
youth. The prograjrn is I open to
all children from 1 to 14 years
of age. Pre-registtation is being
sought by July 29. i
The school will be from 8:30
to 11:30 a.m. Monday through
Friday. On August 5 will be an
outing for the children! and on
August 12 an evening f program
and. open house for the public.
The staff will include as su
perintendents, Mrs; Janus Purdr,
kindergarten; Mrs.': James Say re,
primary; Mrs. Ralph DaMetz, jun
ior, and James. Purdy, intermedi
ates. Teachers wilt, include Mary
Alice Andresen. Doris Basinger,
Norvada SmedleyJ Joaii Barnes,
Mrs. Gilbert Jones Mrs, Blanch
Proctor, Mrs. Ervih Potter, Mrs.
Franklin Ward. Mrs. Ray Lecke
nour and Marian Siyre. Mrs. Fred
Humphrey will beiregistrar. Mrs.
OUie Williams in charge of recre
ation and Betty Starr f Anderson
music director. I !
Committee Posts
Filled by Auxiliary
i
SILVERTON Completing her
list of chairmanship appointments
for the coming year, Mrs. C. E.
Higinbotham, president of Del
bert Reeves unit, American Le
gion auxiliary, is announcing the
acceptance of Mrs. S. A. Pitney
as permanent chairman of the re
freshment committee, and Mrs. T.
P. Heidenstrom as chairman of
the sick-call and card tommittie;
A complete list of committee as
sistants will be reid at the brief
business session Monday evening
at the park. j j
More than 30 million persons re
ceive their mail from R. F. D. car
riers. ;f
Evangelislic
Tabernacle
Assembly of God
i Ferry at
Thirteenth St
Rev. W. R.
Frederick, Taster
. ' h
Sunday, July 24
9:45 A.M. Surtcjay School
Come Study God's Word
11:00 "How Jtsus Heals"
Prayer for the Sick
7:45 P.M. Evangelistic Rally
Sermon, "Strange Awakening
Sat., 7:15 P.M:, Broadcast
Over KSLM
Everyone Welcome
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
3rd and Lewis. Sunday achool
a. m. Services 11 a. m. Sunday.
10
LCTHERAN Trinity
210 Washington Sunday school
a. m. Services 11 a m Sunday.
10
ASSEMBLY OF GOO
Birch and Stump. Sunday school 9-45
a m Services 11 a. m.. 7:43 p.m. Sun
day. 7:43 p. m. Wednesday.
MFNNOVTTE BRETHREN
Washington and : Harter. Sunday
school 9:43 a. m. Services 10.43 a. nu
I AS p. nv Sunday.;
METHODIST first
Vull near Mam. Sunday school 9 A3
a. m Services 11 a m. 7:0 p. m
Sunday.
PRESBTTERLAN rirst
Court and Levans. Sunday achool
S:4S a. m. Servic 11 a. nv Sunday '
SEVENTH DAT ADVENT1ST
Washinirtua and Jefferson. Sabiath
achool t:i a. m. Service 11a. m. Saturday
CHl'RCH OF GOD
2nd and A Sunday school 10 a. m.
Servicen 11 a. m, p. m. Sunday. S
p. m. Wednesday.'
CHURCH OF JESTS CHRIST OF LDS ,
Kniehts of Pythias hall. Oak and ,
Mill. Services 8 p. m Wednesday.
LirnfcRAN
Calvary 310 Jersy. Sunday srhool
10 a m. Services 11 a. m. Sunday 2 ,
p m. Thursday.
ImnuBurl N. Church st. Sunday
school 10 a. m. Service 11 a. rri. Sunday
Trinity 2nd and A. Sunday school
10 a. m Services 11 a m. Sunday.
METHODIST
Mam and Fi;ke. Sunday school 9:43
a. m. Services 11 a m. Sunday.
Marqoam Silvertnn-Marquam high
way. Sunday school 10 a. m. Service
11 a. m Sunday. i
a I
pnr.RiM HOLINESS
942 S. Water st. Sunday school 10
a. m. Services II. a. m, 76 p m Sun
day. SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
Park and 2nd. Sabbath school 9 45
- m. Services 11am. Saturday. 7 30
p. fn. Wednesday.
Christian Ilissionary Alliance
North 5th at Gaines
9:45 A-M. SUNDAY SCHOOL
11:00 AM. REV. T. H. BOWMAN
from Tlmbuctoo, Africa I
A very successful and adventurous missionary with
experiences from Interior Africa. i;
NO! SUNDAY NIGHT SERVICES:
CANBY CAMP MEETING closes Sunday night
Located 1 mile north of 99 on the Mollala RItst
Hear some of the best Bible teachers, missionaries.
and Evangelists
Listen to a SEVENTY-FIVE VOICE CHOIR j
Directed by Clayton Booth J
Orchestra directed by Herman J. Bohl
New Hampshire is the only
state which ever played host to the
conclusion of a foreisn war the
Russo-Japanese ! conflict, whose
treaty was signed in 1905 at Portsmouth.
CHBIST i
LUTHEBMI
CilUBCH ;
InvitM You
Two Worship Serrices
Every Sunday;
1:45 A. 5L ll A. M.
Sunday School 9:59 A. 3L
C R.
SCIILXZ
Paster
State St.
I at
ISth
THE
Calvary Baptist Church;
Cordially Invites the public f
to hear the farewell sermon of ;
Dr. Charles Dnrden
Fore we II reception after evening services.
You're invited. '
Services at 11:00 A-M. and 7:30 Pf. 1
HEAR DR. CHARLES DURDEN PREACH
si rreat theme U
TS THIS THE HOUR?"
At i I
Calvary Baplbi Chnrch I
! 12J Seath Liberty Street jp
Mornlnr Worship 11:00 a.m. I
": 9:45 Bible Scbl Classes far all aces. ;
7 pjn. - ft i
Eveninc Service henorinr Dr. and Mrs. Durden
followed by )
A FAREWELL RECEPTION j; i
in the Fireplace Room !i
. All Interested friends are Invited.
We re rret te ajuteuaee that this is Dr. Dnrden's last Sanday.