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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON
FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1336
IS EXPECTED TO
Taft, June 19 With the weather
man predicting perfect weather for
the week-end, residents of north
Lincoln county are planning on en
tertalning the largest crowd tn iU
history during the sixth annual
Redhead Roundup, which will be
staged at Taft next Saturday and
Street and bushier houses are
being decorated in gala colors and
committees are working overtime U)
perfect last minute details of the
celebration, which is expected to
eclip.se all former local festivale
by a considerable margin.
A varied program, designed to
appeal to both young and old, has
been arranged by Sam Sloe urn,
Roundup director, and includes a
full two days entertainment.
Highlights are the redhead bath
ing beauty contest, wherein over
100 titian-tressed beauties will com
pete for the valuable and handsome
trophies which will be presented to
the winners. A "Redskin Revue,"
an aboriginal prod 'Jetton by fifty
SileLz, Coast and Umpqua Indian
braves and maidens, the Tillamook
Jubilee entertainers, under the di
rection of Oeorge Natanson; dances,
beach sports, a carnival, and many
other interesting events, includ
ing a number of read head contests.
The Salem Cherrians will have
charge of the coronation ceremonies
for their roundup queen, which Is
scheduled for Saturday afternoon.
Redhead Roundup headquarters
have been established In the Pines
hotel. Members of the Taft-Nels-cott
chamber of commerce, the 20
30 club of Lincoln beaches and the
Devils and Devllettes, organizations
sponsoring the roundup, will com
prise the reception committee and
will greet visitors as they arrive at
Special prizes will be awarded to
the most colorfully costumed civic
groups who attend the celebration.
A large bus, the "Redhead Round
up Bathing Beauty Special." Willi
leave romana at. a a. m., Sunday,
carrying 36 tltian-haired misses who
are entered In the bathing beauty
contest. The bus will leave the East
Side Commercial club and will make
stops at each city en route. A few
ats are yet available, and any red
headed girl or woman is Invited to
make the trip without charge. If she
will enter the bathing beauty con
fest. To do so. she should call the
Club office. East 7155, and make
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD North
Cottage and Hood streets, L. Wesley
Johnson, pastor. Sunday school as
sembly at 0:45 a.m., Ljle Knox, Supt,
Morning worship at II. sermon theme
"Faith in a Crisis." Tt mixed quar
tette will slug. Young people's meet
ing st 7 p. m. Nell Csshlon. president.
Evening service si 8 p.m.. sermon sub
ject, "Uncertain Sound." Mid-week
service Wednesday st p.m. father's
and sons' banquet Friday at 8:30 p.m.
at the church. Prog. am of music,
toasts, and address by guest speaker.
CALVARY BAPT18T South High
and Ferry streets. Rev. Arno Q. Weln
ger. pastor. Sunday services as fol
lows: Bible school 8:48 a.m., W. F.
Foster superintendent. Morning wor
ship 11 am., sermon subject, "The
Sealing ot Holy Spirit." Young peo
ple's meeting 8:4ft p.m. Vesper prayer
meeting 7:30 p.m. Evening worship
7 45 p.m. A gospel team composed of
young men and womei- from the
Western Baptist Theological Semin
ary in Portland will have charge of
the service. Tills meeting ts broad
cast from 8 to 8:4ft pm. Mid-week
service Werinendsy evening, 7:4fl p.m.
6 pec 1st business meeting
ALLMNCR OOSPKL TABERNACLE
OF THE C. A- M.A.. flftft Ferry St.. Rev.
R. W. Breuler, pastor. Btble school
S 46 am. Morning wcrship 11 a.m..
sermon. "Lord Teach Us to Pray."
Fvsngellstlc service, 7:4ft pm. ser
mon. "Promoting a Revival." Devo
tional service every Tuesday, 7:4ft p.
m. Studv on the "Demon World."
nospel team practice Thursday, 7:48
FIRfiT BAPTIST Marion and North
Liberty st. Brit ton Robs, minister.
Bible school at 0:4ft a.m.. Fred Broer,
Supt. Morning worship at 11 o'clock,
sertnon. "A Joyous Experience." ,Ir.
Intm. and Sr. B.Y.P l; at 7 p m
Prayer meeting at the ssme hour.
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service at 9 o'clock, sermon. "Com
munism, Past, Present and Future."
Mr. Ross will use a large chart at
this service to Illustrate the sermon.
Dally Vacation Bible school will start
Monday morning. 8:30. All children
nre Invited. Prayer meeting and Bi
ble study Wednesday evening at 8
THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF IaATTER DAY SAINTS Corner of
Cottage and Chemeketa Bts. Sunday
school 10 a.m. tiacrsment service 6:30
p m. Relief society Thursday, 3 p m.
LESLIE METHODIST South Com
mercial and Myers St., Dean C Poln
dexter. minister. Church school ft 45
a.m. Morning worship II a m. Mes
sage: "Finding Ood for Myself." Bp
worth League at 7 P.m A group of
Interested adults win aiscuss coop-
eratlves. aa a Chrlstlsp basis of ac
tion. The message fo- the evening
service at, 8 o'clock will be: "Shall
the Church Practtre It Preaching?"
EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED
N. Capitol and Marion St., Edwin
Horstman. pastor. Sunday school 10
, German services 1C s.m. Chrls-
tlsn Freedom." English service 11 a.
.. "Imitators of God.
EMMANUEL FULL GOSPEL MIS
SION Yew Park hall. 12Mi and Ies-
le Bts, upstairs. W. A Crumpacker.
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a., m.
Mornlns worship at 11 Starting Sun
day evening revival meetings In big
tent. 12th and Wilber St . Evangelist
ft. G. Hammond, conducting.
FIRST HERMAN BAPTIST North
Cottage and D streets. J. F. Oathoff,
pastor. Bible school P 4ft a.m., Sam
uel Bchlrman, superintendent.. Morn
ing service in itermsn c ii- noir
anthem. "Unser Brhufc? und Schirm "
Sermsn. "Oemelnscham mlt Oott."
("Fellowship with God 1. Evening
service tn English at 7:30. Choir an
them, "Our Dearest, Friend' Sermon,
"Thai rhrlat nf the Mnnnt ' Prsver
meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'
AMERICAN LUTHERAN Church
street between Chemeketa and Center
streets. Rev. P. W. Erlksen. pastor.
9:46 a m. Sunday school. A. A. Krue
ger. superintendent. 1 1 a.m. Morning
worship connrmsnon service, con
ducted by the pastor. Prelude, Air In
D minor. Bsch. Ruth Bedford: solo.
Come Unto Me. Coenen. Miss Louglne
Brletrke: reception of new memoers:
anthem. For God So loved the World.
Stalner. Hie choir. Prof E. W. Hob
son, director: offertory. Berceue. Dick
son: beautiful Saviour by choir and
congregation: sermon. C'-arge to Class
and Congregation. Frldsv evening.
June lPth. H p.m. una in Tnia eve.
nlngt a socisl for members and
friends. The men's meeting and the
Luther League will serve strawberry
shortcake and Ice creim 7 p.m. Luth
er League devotional meeting.
JAHONLEE MEMORIAL Methodist
Episcopal North Winter and Jeffer
son. Lynn A. Wood, m.rlster. Church
school 0:4ft a.m. Mornhng worship 11
. Theme: "Jesus and tne eniur-
Isn" Intermedlste League ft:an p.m.
High school league :30 p.m. Warren
BiRgerstatf. leader. Seplor Epworth
league 30 pm. Saticv Brothers will
give a program. Evening service 7:30
pm. Theme: "Nehemiah. the Build-
ST. JOHNS EVANO. LUTHERAN
Missouri Synod t lflth and A Bt.. H.
W. Gross, psstor. Sunday school. P
l. Service 10.
THE CHURCH AT SALEM Upstairs
1 VOUrl OX-., . ninnro nnimrtn.
tor Sundav. P:4ft am Bible school:
1 1 1 3 a ni worsnnp rnv"r r'i" nn.
D. W. tVRE. Manaarr
I hIIimI SIhV INalioual Ilnnk
Hwi Vfhc. Portland Ihvgon
I ttttAl Dipotii iMIA4 f. OTPHP
Opened by Safeway
Tieton, Wash., guest speaker. 3 p.m.
bpecial service. Dr. George Wallace
Scott. Scotch evangelist and singer,
will spcak.6.30 p.m. oung people's
lelloWBlilp. 7:45 p m. Or Scott's sub
ject, "Good News for Salem." Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, serviced
at 7:4ft p.m.
THE TEMPLE BAPTIST N. 19th
and Breyman streets Ernest H.
Brown, pastor. Sunday school at 9.40
a.m. Wendall Cross. Supt. Morning
service at 11 am., sermon. "What
Shall I Render Unto the Lord7" In
termediate and senior B.Y.P.T.C. at
7 p m. Evening servlcj at 8 p.m. ser
mon. "Echoes from tht Association."
Midweek services Thursday at 7:30
ENGLEWOOD UNITED BRETHREN
17th and Nebraska street. R. C
Mann, minister. Church school 0 30
a.m. Mrs. Anna Wolcolt, superinten
dent. Morning worship 10:35 am
Mr. Mann will speak on "Being In
Christ." Anthem, "When I Awake."
by Lorenz. Christian Endeavor, 0:4ft
p. mi Evening song service and ser
mon, subtect, "Resisting God." Dr.
and Mrs. E. V. Lowery will sing. Mid
week Bible study and prayer ser
vice Wednesday, 745 p.m.. Wm. O.
Hamel. leader. Daily Vacation Bible
school for children under 13 years of
age will hold Its first session Monday.
9 to 11:30 I m.
GLAD TIDINGS MISSION 1310 S.
13th St, Sunday school 10 a.m.
Morning worship 11 s.m. Salvation
message 7;4ft pm. Young people's
service Monday, 7:30 p.m. Praise and
Prayer Wednesday. 7;4& p.m. Blbls
lesson Friday. 7:45 p.m Eugene D.
La ndon. pastor.
FIRST EVANGELICAL Summer
and Marlon Bts. Emoy W. Pettlcord,
minister. Sunday school 9:45 am.
John J, Rudin. supt. Worship at 11.
Anthem "Oh Come to My Heaj-t, Lord
Jesus." Sermon: "The Holy Bpirit
Grieved." Benior high ai.d young peo
ple's leagues at 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic
services at 7:30. Gospe! aong service,
tenor solo bv Prof. Wright. Sermon:
"Messages from God to Man Jonah."
Bible study and prayer service Thura
day evening at 7:30.
Ferry and 13th Sta. Chas. G. Weston,
pastor. Sunday school 9:48 a.m. C. A.
Wilson, supt. Worship at 11. Evangel
istic service 7:45 pm. Bro. Fenton
special speaker at both services. Ser
vices Tuesday and Thursday night at
7:45. Special meetings will start June
38 with Rev. Benjamin F. Smith, the
"outlaw" evangelist, in charge.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCI
ENTIST Chemeketa and Liberty Sta.
Sunday school 9.4ft and 11 a.m. Ser
vice 11 a.m.. 8 p.m. Subject: "la the
Unlverae. Including Man Evolved by
Atomic Force?" Testimony meeting 8
p.m. Wednesday. Reading room Mas
onic temple 11 to 5 30 except Sunday.
ROSED ALE FRIENDS Mllo Clifton
Rons, minister. Sunday school 10 a.m.
Mrs. Bert L. Hamilton "tipt. Worship
at 11. Sermon : "Ha1!e1ula, What, a
Saviour!" Intercessory prayer at 4
Christian Endeavor tn three group
at. 7 p.m. Evangelistic service at 8
Report of Yearly Meeting. Sermon:
"Remaining True o the End."
SALEM HEIGHTS Mllo Clifton
Roe, minister. Morning worship at
10. sermon by psstor. "On the Plain
of Ono." Sunday achoo) at 11, Chester
FIRST NAZARENE Marvin O Johe
psstor. Sunday schol 9 45 a.m. Frank
Litwlller, supt. Worship at 11. Ser
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Organization Here at
music by male quartet. John F. Frle
sen music director. Young people's
meeting 7 p.m. Evangelistic services
at 8. Special music, sermon by Rev.
Slmms. Vacation Blblt school starts
Monday. June 32. at 9 a m. Mrs. A.
J. Smith supervisor. A?es 8 to 14 yrs.
Wednesday evening prayer and praise
service at 8.
NORTH HOWELL Special revival
services conducted by Rev. Earl F.
Crook of Eugene, will begin Sunday
at 11 a.m. Meetings every evening ex
cept Saturday at 8. Sunday school at
10 a m. James Richard, supt. Young
people's service at 7 Sunday evening.
CHURCH OF CHRIST N Cottage
and Shipping St. C. T Springs, min
ister. Bible study at 1C. preaching at
11 am. -Topic: "The Lost Coin." Ob
servance of Lord's Supper. Evening
services at 7:30.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Fratern
al temple. Liberty at Center. Sunday
3:30 p.m. first meeting a Bible lecture
followed by Bible studv on "Priest
and Levltes In Type and Antt-Type."
CHRIST LUTHERAN State at
18h St. Rev. Amos E. Minnemann,
A M., pastor. German missionary ser
vice at 9 30 a n. "Go nd Bring Them
' Children's dsv Missionary service
10:46, Mrs. Jacob Fox. supt . In charge.
Picnic for congregation and Sunday
school after services a-. Paradise Ial.
PRESBYTERIAN Cbemeket and
Winter Ss. Orover C- Blrtchet. D D..
pastor. Church school 9:30 a.m. J. J.
Fltzslmmons. supt. worsnip at 1 1.
Sermon: "How Great 1 Your God?"
Anthem: "Light of the World" Solo
by Miss Mildred Mulkev. "The Voice
In the Wilderness." Christian Endea
vor societies at 6:30 p.m. Worship at
7 30. Sermon "What Pops .leoi"
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(Care?" Anthem: "O Lamb of God, I
'Come." Solo by Mrs. Wm. Tschopp.
Thursday evening 7:30 prayer meeting.
KNIGHT MEMORIAL CONGREGA
TIONAL Fery at 8, IPth St. H. C.
Stover, minister. Morning worship at
11. Sermon "The UnfUi.shed House."
Anthem "A Closer Wwlk With God."
Ladles' chorus. "How Sweet. Is Thy
Work." Sunday achoo! at 10 a.m. Roy
CHURCH OF CHRIST Court and
17th Stft. D. W. Daniels, pastor. Bihle
school at 9:45 a.m.. Misr Jean Hawk
ins, supt. Worship and observance of
Lord's Supper at 11. Sola by Mrs.
Daniels. Message "Carrying On." The
unified evening service beginning at
7.30. Special music by Lou I Prlem and
Mr. VanSlyke. Vocal solo by Harry
Jenkins and chalk drawing by Louis
Olmsteed Message: "The Righteous
ness of Redemption." Christian En
deaor meetings at 8:20. Services 7:48
p.m. Thursday In the bungalow.
FtPST CHRISTIAN Center and
High Sts. Guy L Drill, minister
Church school 9:30 am. A. P. Speer.
supt. Worship and communion at
10:45. Anthem by choir Solo by John
Schmidt. "Fear Not, Ye. O Israel."
"The Last Message of the King." ser
mon by Dr. A. U. Michelson of Los
Angeles. Afternoon service at 2:30
Solo bv John Schmidt. "The Holy
City." Sermon bv Dr Michelson: "The
Jews on Their March to Palestine in
the Light of Prophecy." Christian En
deavor at 6:45 pm. Services at 8. An
them. Sermon by Dr. Michelson "A
Jewish Judge and Attorney's Conver
sion to Christ." Mondny evening at
8:15 "The Life of Christ" In moving
picture. Mid-week meeting Wednesday
c venlng at 8.
MADE JULY 3
Friday, July 3, has been et as the
closing date for receiving work
ihects for the 1938 agricultural con
servation program. Unless a work
sheet has been filed by a farmer by
that date, showing what the erupt
were on his (arm in 1935, he will be
unable to qualify for a grant for
carrying out soil conserving or soil
building practices under this year&
The date was set by the state
committee late lat week while the
memoes were in session at Corvalib
going over the progress of the pro
gram to date. Among the business
transacted was the listing of aoun
ty yields for seed flax under the
special provisions applying to that
The state committee received un
official reports from many counties
showing a large sign-up of work
sheets under the new program. In
western Oregon particularly has the
.si?n-up been heavy. Farmers in
general arc following the advice of
the extension men in getting work
sheets in even though I hey were not
If you like richer hiltev, tint SeigrinTg
Seven Croao Blended Yk hiikey. The straight
whiskey in this product i 4 yem old
M'.'iCf. straight whiskey aod 66$j neutral
ipitii-disulled from ttiia.
Seagram-Distiller f.orft. Exfrulirt'
certain they desired finally to par
ticipate In the program this year.
Signing the work slice ts entails no
obligation, but merely makes cer
tain that grants may be claimed un
der this year's program if earned.
Best indications are that liming
will be added as an official soil
building practice in western Oregon.
This addition to the orgiglnal list
was recommended by the Oregon
technical committee. Word has now
been received by the state commit
tee that the addition at a flat rate
of $2.50 an acre has been approved
by the division. This usually means
final approval by the secretary.
Liming was advocated as a basic
practice necessry in many loclitles
to the growth of legumes, a main
objective of the conservation pro
gram. It is believed that this en
couragement may greatly stimulate
the application, in regions wheie
shipping costs have made it diffi
cult for farmers to use even though
As soon as all work sheets are in,
the ta.sk of setting the individual
farm rates for the class I payments
will fall upon the various county
committees. Those rates will be
computed from the approved pro
duction figures on the work sheets
when compared with the county av
erage yield of principal soil deplet
ing crops as supplied the committee
by the AAA.
siraighi uhiskey id this product is 4 year
old-:oct straight whiskey and 80 oeu-
UJJ 101 fits -distilled from .ri.n.
Offices: Sew York
The hop Industry, never perma
nently settled, will move away Irom
Oregon unless steps arc tuken to
develop It, Dean Walker of Inde
pendence, state senator from Ben
ton and Polk counties and large hop
He urged vigorous and scientific
research Into the entire hop Indus
try and a well organized and order
ly program to restore the market.
Efforts should be made to improve
the strain, Walker said, pointing
out that foreign hops have been
made seedless, and that Imported
hops are selling for 30 cents a
pound, including 24 cents tariff,
while the Oregon product will only
bring 10 cents.
Senator Walker traced the shift-
ing of the Industry from Virginia,
where hops were first grown In
America in the 160O's, to New York,
Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and now to
the Pacific coast, where 1000 grow
ers, most of them in Oregon, pro
duce 98 per cent of the domestic
In nlti. nt lwr lYilitk-al troubles
Spain has more auto, than a year
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