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The Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon
Salem Churches Sociefy
(Continued from I'iLgv i-'ive.l
and increasing in Interest! com and bring your family.
Young people C. B. meeting at H:15. Special evangel
istic rosetioga beginning Sabbath morning and will con
tinue for two weeks or more. Services eHch evening
at 7::W and eacii afternoon, except Monday and Satur
day, St t. Kvory body ia cordially invited to Ihe sei -vices
.The full gocpel 1H he preaohed and no sensa
tional methods' vMi be us' 'simply an" Honest effort
i get people converted and i,ulctifiod. Tile pastors
will be-assisted by' ReV. Kdgar Sim recently from In
diana. Kev. Sims saw three years of active service In
the C S. Army during the latter part of the Spanish
American War. Cim' and hear liltn. I. O iml Ida
J. Iee, pastors.
KlBflt OOWORBbAteOSAt CUI RCII UbWtf and
Center sis. VP. C. Ksatiier, minister. 10 a. m. Sunday
school with classes for all in charge of competent teach
ers VV I Stalo.v. superintendent. 11 a. in. "SMBtJ of
,he Pilgrim Houpe'haM." ::! ! ' Christian Bft.
deavor-a live meeting. 7:3d . m. -rile opened goto;
of Heaven.' Following this address there will he film ,
of motion pictures. "Hooks ami Magazine" :i reels. A;
welcome to all.
UNITED BVANO ELICAL CHURCH
t.-.iri- slreet. Hv. is. B. .nui.ic,. ...o.
school, I The Christmas service will
evening December glftC) 11 a. m.
n i,:.. uunrtaaa. 7 !. m. Millie M
' tb Christmas service there will be no prayernicetih
or. Thursday evening. A cordial welcome aiv.uts you
at all ihB services.
4IJ0 North Cot
10 a. in- Sundtiy
be held Thursday
anil 7::S0 p. ni.
adlng. On account
The cha racier
Church si. .1. J. CM-1
10 a; m. l'reaching
nature of the kingdom 1
Vouhk peoples meeting
of Joseph. Preaching
l'iior meeting Wednesday evening.
Clll'ltClI OF (SOI). 184 Ho
U ple, is(or. Sunday school
service 11 a. m., subjeel: "The
nf cod and the prints thereof.
K :.'!., subject
service 7:110 i
LESLIE METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner south
Commercial ami Meyers street. Hjrac
.atrtor 0:4a a. m. Sunday school. K. A. Hhoten, sup
erintendent. Primary department Under the expert
."pervUion of Mi r.rn Wolto. u a. m. public WodP.
with sermon by the pastor. Theme ".Usus the R
decmer and Saviour," special musical members will
include an.inthcm. "Hark! Hark. My Soul 'Shelle .
with solos by Mrs. K. U Waters, M.sses Sadie Pratl
and Gertrude Aldr'ul, and Kenneth Rogers Offe'tory,
solo -Bethlehem" (Halms) sung by Floyd II. Mclntire.
2 00 p m. Miss MnrRiierlto Outschow will meet the
junior League 8:30 p. m.. chapters No, one and two
meet No one led by Miss Sylvia Thompson and No.
2 supervised by the pastor. 7:30 p. m. the choir 'Jt
fortyfive voices will sing ' The Eternal Light." (Pettlel
interspersed with rending by Mrs. Harold Street, the
public is Invited.
first CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST.-40 Che
meketa street 11 a. m. R'hle lesson, subject "Is the
Universe, including man. evolved by atomic force?''
, i nir, .. , Wednesday evening testimo-
smiunj oo,.i ......
HI meeting at N o'clock Reading room 209 Masonic
Continued from tuge i-ivo.i
entirely socifil ami will be for the
members of the club and their
A social evening was spent at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. L.
I.ippold on South Fifteenth street
Tuesday when the metuger of the
"Voung Peoples Alliance" of the
Evangelical church el Seventh and
Chemeketa streets held the month
I ly business meeting. Uuring this
meeting officers were elected for
I the following year. Comes and
music was the enterUiiiiiiieiit dur
' ing the social hour. Refreshments
were served. The officers elected
were: rresident, .Miss BWie L.ip
i pold, vice-president. Franklin B.
Lnuner; secretary. .Miss Zlnnl:
treasurer, Miss Jois Miles: pianlflt,
Miss Mildred Lewis; secretary of
stewardsliip anil missions, Miss
oma Eagg, press correspondent,
Aliss Verna Martin.
Mrs. R. F. Dlllcn, was hostess
for the NViomi circle of the First
Methodist church Wednesday af
ternoon. Following the devotion
al and gusincss session each one
present received a gift from the
Christmas tree which decorated
the room. Refreshments were
Miss Mable Codsen of Vancou
ver, British Columgiu, will arrive
in Salem tomorrow morning to ge
the holiday of hoi- nephew and
niece, Mr. md Mi's. 8, E. Edwards.
Miss Iioris Churchill arrived
home last night from th? Univer
sity of Oregon to spend the vaca
tion with her father, .1. A. Chur-1
Chill and her sister; Miss Marie
MNs Margaret 1 luwcu returned l ; "'1 Copies ham - is planning a
her ho, o in Raymond. Wash.. Fri- t Christinas tree and dinner for the
d iv to spend te Yuletkle holidays ! fourti en residents of the home, the
with her parents, Rev. and airs.! tree lo b held on Christmas eve.
Charles E. llmvoii, who are for- i The boar will be glad to receive
mer Salem lolk. Mis Bo wen Is a ,., donatio-: vpicn friend' care,
give for Those affairs. j
at Willamette I'nivcrsity.
r. v.. Kullcrton was host at a
stas dinner it his home last night
having as guests member of the j
board of the Salem Commercial
club. A large polnsetta centered!
the table and red candles furnish-
ed the light. Covers were laid for !
J. W. Chambers. Sr., president of'
the Commercial club; Will'un
Cahlsdurf, Oeorge l'utuam, Clyde
Rice, Luther J. Chopin, William
McCllchrist, Jr., C. R. Clancey, T.
E. McCroskey, Hal Patton, E.
ooke Patten, R. O. Snolllng and
P. B. Fullerton.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Begge
inie down Friday night from Eu
gene, where the former is taxing
t special course in architecture at
the I'Miverstiy of Oregon, and arc
spending the holidays with Mr.
Legge' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
6 Sextette from the opera
"Lucia" Giuseppe Verdi
i Born 1813 at IM Roncol, Italy;
died 1901 aot .Milan.)
7 Mazurka Saint Saens
( (Horn lilt at l'arls.)
8 Saint d' Amour (Love's
erect ings) '.. .. :. Sir Edward iagnr
(Born 1857 at Broadheath. Kng
laud.) 9 Wedding March from Kid-
Poland; died at summeinight's. Dream"
: Felix Mendelsohn
(Born 1809 at Hamburg died of
10 Anvil Chorus from "n Xro-
V!lt,"," Giuseppe Verdi
II Triumphal Rfitry of the
Bojaren" (by reuest)
il'.orn 1m',4 at Chrlstlanlu, n01.
1 - March from the opera
"Ald.a" ... Giuseppe Verdi
w here she
mil is :
n with her
from O. -. C.
Delta 1 loll i so-
npendlng he:- va-
,..i'onts. .Ml. ntu!
Mr. and ..Mrs. Ri!;ih '"lover ea
tortained Mr. and .Mrs. John V.
Brophy and Air. and Mrs. Zadool
Hlggs for .in tnfovnitl supper fol -1
lowing ihf iionuty N.-rht danoo
ihe first of ihe Atek. Yellow
marigold were JSC 1 to -enter the
except holidays and Sun- j
r.... !. !,, M everv evenin:
days, from 11:45 to p. in. All are cord'ully invite.
to our services and to our leading room.
lOUTH SALKM FRIENDS. Bible school at 10 a. in.
Breaching at 11 a. m by the pastor. Christian Fn
deavor at 8:30. Breaching at 7:30. Pr.ayer meeting
Thursday evenin at 7 : 10. The Christmas program will
he iHvon on Wednisdav evening at 8 o'clock In the
church. The public is Invited. N. B. I'emberton, pastor
I'll K8BTTERIAN CHURCH. Christmas Service,
gundliy, Dei ember 111. 1920, morning ftl 11 o'clock.
Organ prelude "March of the Magi'". Dubois (Miss
l.ucile Rm I Doxology. Invocation Responsive
readhtfj "The Nativity" Minister and Congregation.
Hymn "Hark the Herald Angles Sing" -Scripture Read
ing "The 8'rth of the Cavlour." -Anthem "Quest of the
Uani" Matlhewn. Quftl'tette. Pia.er Hymn "While
Shepherds Watch their flocks by Night". Announcement.-
offertory "The Angels Serenade" Braga, Miss
l.ucllo Rok Antflem "The song that will forever ring"
Ml Ada Miller and Quartette? Sermon "The Christ
inns Story", .lames Blvln. Benediction. Postlude "Th
Christmas March" Tease. Miss Buci'.e Ross.
Evcnlngfll U o'clock. A Christinas Pageant Program.
Organ Prelude "The Holy Night" Dudley Buck. Mi-K
Luolle Rag. Song "Joy to the World" Congregation.'
Hcrtptttr reading. 'Prayer. Anthem "The coming of
the King" Stults. Quartette.- - Exercise and song, niem
liors of ptlniary department. Offertory "o Holy Night"
Adam, violin duetto.- Anthem i A Bullaby "Holy Babe"
Malth.us, Miss Kate Chatburn and Qlnnlelte. A
Cht si mass Pageant "Every Child", Character: America,
Christian Spirit, Fairies. Brownies, School Children,
Immigrant. Child Workers. Indian, Negroes, and Little
Mother -i-postludc "i he Quest of the M.igi" Matthews,
Mis- l.ucile 41 OSS,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Johnson
asked a few close friends and
memger of the Monday Night1
Dancing dug to have an Informix)
supper with them after th" clubl
dance this week.
Mrs. and Mrs. W. II. Couley j
vero host and hostess last Stili-
! day for a dinner honoring Dr.
I and Mrs. Hugh C. Williamson of
Portland. The 1'iUler and Mrs.
Conley are sisters. Beside; the
honor guests Hie Oouleya invited
Mr. and Mrs. David Eyre, Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Webb, and Mr. and Mis.
Frank G. Myers.
Mis. William Cravatt entertain
ed the members of the Amicus
club at her home in the Court
apartments Thursday, nfternoon.
At this lime Mrs. J. H. Garnjolist
was taken into Iho club. At the
close of ihe afternoon the hostess
The senior high girl reserves of
Ihe Y. W. C. A. held a special
meeting Thursday after school.
Seven members were initiated.
They were Faith Friday, Winifred
Reinlvrt, Olga Volkel, Gladys
Derrick. Doris Neptune, Margaret
Livosley and Henrietta White.
.Miss Smith, field secretary, pre
sided. After the ceremony, she
told the girls many interesting
things about girls in other cities.
For those girls desiring to he ini
tiated who were unable to attend
the special meeting, the ceremony
will probably be repented in ,Ian
Miss Merle Whitney and her
house guest. Miss Daisy Gilling,
who came down Thursday night
from O. A. C, left this afternoon
for Portland and Astoria where
they will spend the Christmas hol
idays. On Wednesday afternoon the
women of Jason Lee Memorial,
church rtime together at the hos
pitable home of Mrs. C. M. Rob-'
erts for their regular quarterly
"coffee" with Mesdames C. M.
Roberta, Emma Roberts and E. E.
Roberts as hostesses. During the!
afternoon Mrs. Acheson gave an'
Interesting talk on Irish . domestic,
Another Christmas party which
Wns held Vi st week was the one
which the members of the Three'
Link club held in the Odd Fellows
bail Friday afternoon and which
was attended by over 100 mem
bers. Christmas refreshments
nnmnleted the afternoon's enjoyment.
Miss Margaret Griffith and Misi
Mary Jan Albert, Kappa Alpha
I Thela sorority girls at the Fniver
. sity of Oregon arrived home Fri -'.lay
night and are at the home of
, their parents. Miss Ho'cn P. W. an
other Kappa Alpha Theta girl at
Hugeno is home for her vacation
I with her parent -Mr. and Mi s. Geo.
Mrs. 1.. S. Sheldon was hostess
tor the Wednesday Bridge club thii
j week entertaining them on Mon
j lav afternoon instead of on the us--:mi
day. Club members wi re prc
I I tit for four t abtOS of bridge and
i VIl'S. Ball! V". Hauser carried off
! h lienors for the highest score. In
erving the refreshments which
' wore of a Christmas nature the hos
hes was assisted by Mrs. Hauser.
i The announcement of the first
popular concert of the Salem Sym
phony orchestra conducted by Dr.
I John R. Sites is being welcomed.
The concert will he on Sunday af
ternoon, Januarys, at 3:0 o'clock
at the armory. The concert a few
weeks ago by the orchestra has
called forth much praise for the
work of Dr. Sites, and the orches
tra was immediately established as
of eminent importance to the city.
The program which will be given
Sunday is arranged so that it will
please all. There will be no ragtime
or jazz music by the orchestra
which now consists of 52 member.
The program to bo given follows:
1 Swedish Fost March
( American composer living In
i Intone, Oregon.)
-The Heavens arc Telling
tin- blrn-y of God" Joseph Haydn
i Boi r 17:12 at Roiireu, Auk
tria; died IMS at Vienna.)
3 F'imorcSQue Anton Dvorak
morn Muchlhnuserii uohomla,,
1 s 1 1 ; died at Prague, 1 904.)
4 Credo from the St. Ther
esa Mass Th. Do Lallache
( ( French composer.)
I i Funeral March (by request)
Miss Edna Megers a Bfgtna
Koppa girl at o. A. c. came home
Friday to spend her vacation with
Mrs. a. A. Leo entortninod the
Standard Bearer society of tin
First Melhodlst church at her
home Friday night for the Christ
mas party and tree which la an
annual holiday event with the so
eietv, Christmas game and music
made the evening'.'.' entertainment I
rind refreshments were served. Thr
The War Mothers bazaar given
at the Hotel M,irion Wednesday
was very successful and over $300
was made for the ex-service men's
ward at the now Salem hospital.
All the articles were not sold and j
because the rag rugs which the
chapter lvul planned to have on;
sale ut this bazaar were not com-
I pleted the War Mothers will have
In rummage and -rag sale sometime
tiv, """""Id. 7l
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'own ,, '!,"luli
'"'""'I In th,.;, f1
' the L?11
'; "s with ., .. "
Large Steering Wheels
Weed Skid Chains
Motor Driven Horns
Wind Shield Wipers
Closed Oar Types
Valley Motor Co.
board of trustee:
Th; "Food-Drink" for All Aces.
Quick Lunch at Home, Office, am'
Fountains. Ask for HORLICK'S.
j&r Avoid Imitations & Substitutes
i t chure.ll will si
cantata by H. W
iulei serded with
Piano, Miss liiitn
II. Mclntire and
' Kenneth ltogers
grain. --The (holr of ihe Leslie Uathod
lag "The Ughl Mternal." n Christina
IVirie. with text by Ran llronnei
appropriate reading, Sunday even
ing, lioeomber 19th, to hieb the public la invn
Following Is the program.
.1. ProltMHi 'The l.ighi Btarnal,"
I '.edleril. '-. 'Tl life the t i It'll t llei
I, "It speaks to the World." (toyd
. boil . - I "Cod Hath OlVSt! a Sou
Mrs. lia'-old W. Street., "While shepherd
:nd ehoic-8. Readln, "Bobby Unwelcome,
Mrs Harold W. Slreet. II. " bile Slleierds' Watched."
Mrs l I.. Wat is and choir. 7. "Star of llcthlebein."
Mis Sidio Pratt, Messrs. Mclntire and lingers. S.
Contralto solo, "The Downing." Mi s Marie Corner. -'.,
"lie Calit lo UIV Salvation," Harold W. .'fleet and
i.'u.rtet. -1(1 Itaiibiiie solo, "over llethleme's HIW,
'.esie II Sptinxer 11, "I'.orn in a lnaftgcr". I''ull choir.
XL "The Light of Clory." 1". Mclntir and choir.
1.1. Contralto solo, "i'lie Now Item Kitig." Miss Cerlrude
A lib a h.- - I 4. Redlng, ' Few lirs in the Key of O".
Moniiell. Mrs. Harold W. street, l... imet The ateage'
Messrs Mclntire and MoCrew Hi. "The Light of all
the World." Lyman MoDottaM and ibolr. 17. Septan. .
do Angel Voices". Miss Sadie 1'ratt - IS. Kinal chorus
"I d Me". Full choir. Offering for the choir fund.
Offertory, "I'iano and Orntn.'' CantiqUf He N'oel, Ml
Rgth lledford and Miss Mason l'.lsh.ii Postlude and
Babies Starve, City
Asked to Give $7000
Thousagjka ofl children are Starving in Kurope
Heibeli Hiiovcr piopests to save them by raising a fund
,.f ' : :. una. onii in th,, I niti'd States.
Salem's share is JT.ntlo.
There will le no commlitee to so,- Salem residents, to
reninst that lliry contribute. No donations will bJ
solicited by ihe prominent Salem business men and
banker!) wh an heading ihe fore which hoi- to see
Sab-m raisp her share.
I i nations must 1m- made through the local ohnro.s.
the Saleni hanks, or other organisations interested in
Concerning the movement. V. : Ihckebach. em- of
the iiii-i In charge of the work, said ndsy:
"It must stir the people of Salem to know that million.,
of little children In Kurope are cr? in for the very
unui I s thai fall frc m our Inblf i. It's up in u. ihe pen- '
pie of Salem, to make good and sine m.u . as we can
of these innocent babies for once let it he said that
Ihe people of Saleni raised Cielr ouoia for this, a life
saving puipoae. spontr neously and freelv. without the1
aid of time-wasting drives. Ten dollars will save a
Source of Icebergs
The source of practically all the
regions is f.rccnland. Owing i,, i li
vt'esi Oreenland current the ki;.
first to ihe north, and II is nph
Icebergs of the Arctic
northward set of the
f this side arc carried I
i about the seventy- !
'"Mil" rirmj -uiin parallel oi i.rtnu.ir inal h. v l-
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Pathe News Review and Comedy
Mary Allison in "Are All Men Alike"
TOURS. FRI- FAT. JAMES OLIVER CTRWOODS
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