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P AGE TWO
The Weekly Sunday School Lesson and
Local Church Announcements.
(By Htary Radcliff)
FEEDING FIVE THOUSAND
tieaal Sunday School La»-
U > f o r M arch 11, l » 2 8
Golden Text— II am the
bread of life; he that cometh
to me »hall not hunger, and
he that believeth in me »hall
never thinrt.” — John 6:36.
( Laaion Text— Mark 6 :3 1 -4 4 )
to »tart by offering what we have
— we dream and imagine what
great thing» we might accomplish
if we only had thia ar that.
After the va*t crowd had been
fed, Jesua ordered that the food
which had been left be collected
so that “ nothing should be lost.”
He knew how valuable small sup-
pliea might be— had he not just
the|| ^«.(„npli.hed marvel* with a
boy’» lunch? The lesson applies
to human life— no man or woman
is beyond hope of salvage and
value of redeeming. No amount
o f wasted life is an excuse for
surrender of the remaining fu
ture opportunity. Let nothing be
wasted, of resources or of life,
for endless recitals could be
given of glorious achievements
from modest undertakings and
lives consecrated after early
waste and a Ifishneas.
of the church should be present
Sunday morning and if they
nay bring their pledge.
There will be so drive for funds
at this service.
“ Going Back.” will be the
theme for the evening worship
hour at 7 JO.
Bible school at 9:46 a. m. Wirt
M. Wright, superintendent.
“ How Can I Help Other* to
Follow Chnst?” 1 Peter 3J-16.
Mid - week service Wednesday
at 7 :30. “ The Supremacy of
Love.” 1 Corinthians 13.
What Are You Going To Do
Boston.— Ten oil stills explod
ed without warning,
housea within ten mile* and trap
ped 600 employees.
thirty men were fatally burned.
The flames shot 200 feet into the
air and were visible nearly sixty
The Ashland Register and
DREAM LOCATES BODY
Port Jervis, N J.— A f t e r
searching all day for the body of
six-year-old Ethel Gannon with
out auecess, Michael J. Snack went
to sleep and dreamed that he was
fishing at a certain spot where
the body was.
The next day he
went upon the river, recognised
the spot seen in his dream, and
found the body o f the little girt
IT HAPPENED TO OTHERS— IT M AY HA PPEN TO YOU. W H Y NOT PROTECT YOUR
SELF WHILE THERE IS YET TIME
FLAMES 200 FEET HIGH
Our lesson today is the well-
known miracle of Jesus, whereby
five thousand men and an un
known number o f women and
children were amazingly fed. It
is the only miracle which Is re
lated by each of the four gospels.
A T THE CHURCHES
It can not be explained away. It
Fell Gospel Temple.
was either a fact or a fancy and
J. E. Murphy, Pastor
to reject it is to refuse acceptance
of every gospel record.
Sunday school 9:46. A splend STEAMER “ RESCUED” SEALS
New York.— The Steeaship
One rationalist offers the id Sunday school for young and
theory that the generosity o f Je- old where the word o f God is Frederick VII deviated from its
soa and his disciples in offering taught in its simplicity. Morning course when about forty miles
to share the small supply discov worship 11 a. m. Young peoples east o f Halifax, N. S-. to go to
ered caused those present to ex meeting 6:30 p. m.
The young the rescue o f what appeared to
pose their hidden supplies. Those people extend a welcome to all be two men drifting m a boat.
who were present on that occa young people to attend these When the ship steamed clone up.
sion .however, did not regard it meetings. Special prayer service the captain found that it was not
so lightly— the author* of the Sunday evening, 6:30 and 7:30. two men that he bad seen bat
aeveral gospels who were there Evening worship at 7 :30. Wed two seals sporting m the water
describe it as miraculous and the nesday evening, 7:30, evangelis with a shovel-nose grampus.
vast crowd was so wonderstruck tic services. Thursday afternoon
that it sought to make Jesus 2, ladies prayer meeting. Friday
evening, 7:30, tarry meeting. We
Lr. O. Dean Honored
Our lesson opens at a time extend to all stranger* and
when the disciples had just re friends a hearty welcome to all
turned from a missionary tour. services in the church and we
Jesus suggests that they go apart feel sure that you will find a
and “ rest a while.” The purpose friendship that is real in this
was in all probability to afford homelike church.
physical relaxation and at the
aame time through a period of
uninterrupted and intimate asso
Second end B Streets
ciation to renew their spiritual
You are cordially invited to at
inspiration. In our busy modern tend each o f the services of this
life today, many of us need such church.
an interlude, when we can separ
Sunday school 9:46
ate ourselves from everyday sur
service 11 a. m.
roundings. give ourselves the
benefit of a critical retrospection followed by the morning sermon.
Christian Endeavor societies
and tane a bird's-eye view of our
problems and purposes. All of us meet at 6:30 p. m.
Evening church service 7:30.
would return to life more eager
William V. Harney, Pastor
and with better understanding.
The disciples were not to en
Church of the NanSreae r
joy long this retirement with
Fourth and C streets
Jesus, for the crowd which saw
Sunday school at 9:46 a. m.
them leave Capernaum by boat
followed the lake shore around Mr. T. 8. Wiley, superintendent
At 11 o ’clock, morning wor
and were soon noticeable to Jesus
Eric W Allen, dean of the school I
who had compassion on them. He ship, with sermon.
of jcm a llsm of the University of
At 6:30 p. m. young peoples Orsgon, who has been choeen to lead
was moved, not by a crowd, but
ths University of Minnesota Jour
by the many seeking hearts o f in meeting.
nalism tour of Europe In 1929.......
dividuals, who, leaderless, were in
pursuit of truth. We ran look Mrs. Edith Whitesides, district
An invitation to take charge of |
upon human need and feel no president of the Woman’s Mis
,h' i *
f Minnesota fourth
heartache, no urge to help and lift sionary society will be present
annual tour of Europe in the sum'll
up? Such a one, surely, has none
mer o f 1929 has been extended toll
The regular mid-week prayer Erie W. Allen, dean of the school
o f the spirit o f Christ. Yet, how
unconcerned are many o f us? meeting will be held on Wednes of Journalism of the University of
Oregon. The group, which is made j
How needlessly we refuse to bur day evening at 7:30 p. m.
up of newspapermen and journalism j
A welcome to all.
den ourselves with any questions
students, devotes the summer to the
P. C. Thatcher, Pastor.
as to how the rest of the world
study of journalism in Europe. Dean |
Allen wai a member of the faculty
Methodist Episcopal Church
The disciples, realising that the
for the tour during the summer of
day was passing and the hunger
1927, and delivered a aerie* of lee-
Morning worship at 11 o’clock. turcs to the 44 newspapermen and |
o f the vast throng, advised Jtaus
to "send them away.” So do many Sermon subject: "W>ho Is on the students on the trip.
The tour given those participating
o f those today who seek to follow Lord's Side?”
Evening worship at 7:30. Sub an unequalled opportunity to study
Jesus. These put the responsibili
the sources o f European newt,
ty for poverty, misfortune and ject: " I he Joy o f Finding Lost methods o f handling news, and to
distress upon somebody else and
gather other information in eight I
Junior church at 11 o'clock. different European eountriea At 1 1
ease their conscience by giving a
small sum to some charitable or Children from 7 to 13 are invit- the same time the leading journal- I
tltg i f eaeh country are met fre
ganization, which they deputise to ed to attend thia service.
perform their acts of Christian # Sunday schol for everybody at quently, wad It is at these informal!!
meetings that the Tu tor* really |
charity. Can we escape our per
'earn the intimate details concern
Kpworth league at 6:16. All
»«nal responsibility so easily?
ing the nations, the dean points ont.
There were many preachers in ri'ung people from 14 upwards
The trip is especially worthwhile
London but only William Booth,
for editors and telegraph editors of
Wesley forum at 6:16. Stud- daily newspaper*, sad for editor* of
founder of the Salvation Army,
who looked on White chapel and enU o f the normal school, ,!l other publications. Fallowing ths
“ foil in love with the great teachers and other young people trip a better interpretation of enbl#
eew, ie possible, end the travel*!
crowds o f people who seemed to come.
• s an invaluable background f
ho outside the pale of all Christ-
Wednesday • ’
m:er r e t i e
evening at 7:80.
lan churches.“ '
Maay special prisulegwe, such as
You are cordially Invited to conferences with Americas eorre-
On this day by the side of the
Galilean sr. there was a .mall •«tend all the meetings o f this ■poadeata, eatre to maay meetisgi
Strangers and visitors of national importance, admittance |
boy who had hta own provisions, rhurrh.
!•« end c-g-m
five loaves and two fishes. In the especially welcome. Come as you ' •' •• ' «•
and the friendship sa l aequa a
face of the great need, how Inaig »re.
H I*. Pemberton. Pastor taaaeabIp of internationally knows ¡1
■ificant appeared the resources
men and women, aro allotted to lb«||
hut the lad surrendered his sup
journalists while abroad.
E 'r.t Pre.byt.riaw C h.rch
ply, '»niy to see his trust wonder
It is expected that several Ore I
fully justified. Great benefit, of-
gon newspapermen will make plaui i
5 ,r ~ "
to accompany Dean Allen oa I hi
With Illuminated Baiteli.
ten spring from exceedingly small
and modest beginnings if the
The Harvest Time” will be trip in 1929. An attractive rats
covering all expenses is offeree [
originator has a passion for serv
those taking the tour, it m point*«
ing mankind and a trust in the inn
reinforcements o f God. Many of ,h" 4 m*t: ,We
ua feel the desire to help hu
■y of the every member
Tillamook County Creamery as
manity. hut ambitious and full canvas o f the church for the year aociation did 11.844.600 business
of prids, we ar* unwilling to ( beginning April I. All members last year.
n JS5T *u"‘Uy
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the U n ite d States.
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