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a t B ea verton , O regon, undei the
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S ix m on th « (in a d v a n c e )............. 80
One y e a r (In oth er a t a t e a ) . . . . 1.5«
E x tra p,-stage fo r ou talde the U. S.
A M K It I C A N I 9 .4
"Am t-M caniam
u n fa ilin g
love o f co u n try; lo y a lty to ila
n stitu tion s and tdeala; eager-
n ' « to defend It a gain a t all
c s -in ie s ; undivided
a lle g ia n c e
to the f la g ; and a d esire to
secure the b lessin gs o f lib e rty
to o u rselves and our p o s te rity ."
IIK U I K ION
When in 6be course of human
events it becomes necessary to
suspend publication of a periol-
of a century has carried out to
uhe great public the news of a
«■onwiiunity, a reasonable constJ-
er&tion for (he rights of oBbers
demands that the reasons there
fore shou !d be set forth as fully
as time and other things over
whicto we have no control will
THE REVIEW was established
in 1922, for the community of
with the Idea
that the family cf tnc publisher
might be fed anl clothed.
or left the publishing field for
other more (to them) congenial
But tihe publisher thought that
as The Review had done so much
for the family, that another fam
might also profit thereby.
But It was not to be. Mrs. Hu-
let has taken a Job with a bag
company near the Union Pacific
| shops In IVrtlaiul
It Is impossible for o m niau
| to carry on the work #ecsaaary
to get out an acreptuhle paper.
I So. with this issue we suspend
until such tltpe aa
\ wta feel
that we can take up
the work again.
C ASH I’ KKKK.KKKl)
The knot was tied; the |*alr was
then the smiling bride-
|Unto the preacher. "Shull I pa/
I To you the usual fee today,
|Or would you have me wait n
And give you then a hundred
Jf I should
find the married
As h&ppy as I estimateT"
preacher lost no time in
To his reply no study brought
There were no wrinkles on his
He said. ‘ I'll take »3 00 now.''
Graves To Be Opened
shout, l le a«', the dead In ('hrl.it
«M M forth
s c iM
m u rr
has to do with
people wtio are stilt living an I
at the moment. Men and
children and old folk
With those who have come from
grave at Ills shout. tb»-»-
also are caught up to meet Iho
in the air- “ and so shall
we ever be with the lx>rd." A M )
corns* Into our
bodies o f glory. All these save I
who have come from the grave
and those taken up from o ff
the earth »hall he changed
Head Staggerst Heart Relieve»
See. I tell you a mystery. We
Khali not all sleep, but we shall
all be changed In a moment.
In the twinkling o f an eye at
the iaat trumpet call. For the
dead wilt rise Imperishable and
we. the living, shall he changed
See 1st Theas. 4:13-17 and 1st
Corinthians 15:51 -.12.
This Is pennel April 8th. 1941.
birth of Christ
years. What Is He
Just a figure o f Watery
o f centuries ago? Or Is He Ood
(Himself, stepping down to add
our human nature to His owr.
nature? I f this latter, Cod now
in a special sense
by that He took our sin«
died under them to clear
us. Which for you, bead know-
ledge o f an historic»! flvure or
heart belief In fhe Saviour, th »
Txiri Jesus Christ* O — Haps*
day flint fixed my choice:
Thee nvy Saviour end mv Cod'
Last week a high school boy
und also a business woman both
asked what Christ's Second Com
ing hi to be like. Both had the
They thought Hla
coming to be here and now. That
is, if His teachings or example
¡lead us to copy His helpful lift,
then in that sense He is now
present and Uiat Is His Second
|(tuning. But to a large number
o f Bible scholars, the event is
I not at all on that o rier.
them He Is to come in person
sit in Jerusalem
World Ruler. Before He comes
I to sit as King o f Kings. He is
pledged to call His saved ones
to Himself. This is an act a-
part and Is in four scenes.
SCENE ONE: — The clouds
part. Christ descends from hea
ven with a shout, with the voire
of an archangel and the trump
o f Cod.
SCENE T W O :—ThU
takes us to the graveside where
laid. At His
da> al 8.00 p.m.
A S *
KKVKNTH D A I AHVKRTIMT
The Huiier Aloba Seventh Day
Adventist meets evtry Saturday
moi nlng al 9:45 at the Huber
T ill; III » i l l 4'LANN
I'uininerclal ha.I. Subbath school
The Bible clasa will meet at
home of Sarah Culleu 0.1 ! meets ut 9:45, church service at
Fhrnilngton Road near Spencer 11 : 00 .
Thne 2:00 to 3:00 p iu
leader. T. O. Edglagton.
Everyone welcome. This Is non*
a a a
s e s
N V / M t IM
CHI K i l l
HI rilODIMT I Hl'KCH
W. 1*. Kcebaugh, I'astor.
Rev. Mark Chamberlain, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:45.
9:45 a. in., Sunday School Chaa
Morning Worship—11:00 a m.
II ItoNcinan. Superintendent
Young People's Meeting. 6:45 p.m.
Special Easter worship servire
• • •
and program for the Church
Belt'd y uiik regalional I hiireh j School at 10:30.
Willard 11. Ilall. Minister.
9:45 A. M. Church School. E. ; Theme “ Life Eternal "
O. Webb. Superintendent.
No young people's service this
•t o« A. M Morning Worship
The annual church service
for Sunday evening Iwcaiim* e? Eas
ter pli») at Congregational church
H r » Girls.
a a a
Christian Endeavor- -7:00 p.m
HT. CH » I.ICS CHURCH
• • •
Mrv. t.corny O'Keefe, l*a»lor
l III T it'll OF CHRIST
R 00 a.in. and 10 M) a *n
<7eo-vc W Springer. Pastor
Morning worship and preach
ing servloe at 9:45 a m. The
topic o f the morning
will be '’Remembering Christ
Bible School class wsslon ut
11:00 a m .
A concert by the Tualatin Val
ley Singers. under the leader
ship o f Igvwrence Ibisset. will
begin at u!#hl o'clock
lieve Beaverton is fortunate to
have thin outstandng chorus pre
sent its first spring concert here
Is Invited to enjoy
this evening o f music.
Midweek Bible study. W «in e(-
e v e
Il K. T il 4 h Y II4 IT IK T CHURCH
Iter. John C. Schweitzer. Minister
9:45 a. m - Sunday school with
classes for all ages John Croenl.
11:00 a. m — Worship service
( tliotr directed by Carl Egw'-nsn
7:45 p ni.— Evening service,
s e e
tu r n 4 f O M M I M T T
IH PT IH T
II Marcus Godwin. Pastor
Bible school 10 00; morning
meeting, 6'45; evening worship.
:7:45; teacher training class and
Christian Endeavor. 6-80 p.m.
I For high school and college age.
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