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Thursday, May 20, 1943
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
UNO I n need of KOOilS
AT THE CHURCHES
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
East Main St. at Seventh
Charles E. Brown, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 a. ni.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Peoples and Junior
Missionary Society at 6:30 p. m
Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. nil.
Song and Hymn practice, Fri
day at 7:30 p. m.
FIRST BAITIST CHURCH
Gordon C. Griffin-Pastor
9:45- Bible School, C E. Corry,
11:00- Morning Worship.
7:00- Young People's Meeting
8:00- Evening service.
7:30, Wednesday- Mid-week
The local USO reports continued
lack of rooms for ««Idlers visiting
Ashland over the week end. and
urge« citlaens who have a room
available for rent nt such time to
list it with the USO at th.- club
Some rooms, though not suffi
cient number, are regularly llntixl,
at prices ranging from 50 cents to
$1.25. All available rooms
usually filled on week ends.
Sun. - Mon. - Tues.
TO THE FRONT
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Second and B St.
Earl F. Downing, Minister
9:45- Bible School with Mrs.
John Schoenwald, Superintendent.
11:00 a. m. - Morning Service.
Sermon: "The Man Who
Ready For the Coming of
7:00 -Christian Endeavor
Second Front Class.
The evening service will be
missed to join with the Baccalaur
eate service at the Methodist
Midweek Service, Wednesday at !
Plymouth Guild in home of Mrs. entertain for seniors
CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
Arthur Abbott 346 Liberty Street
One of the first of the com
Iowa and Mountain Streets
mencement activities at the Sou
Ward E. Pratt, Minister
thern Oregon College of Education
Ashland and Medford
was a tea given by the freshman
10:00 a. m. -Church School.
North Main at Helman
girls honoring senior girls, Friday
Theme: "Bible Teachings
Rev. Howard G. Eddy. Minister afternoon, 3:30-5:30. The pta ce of
9.45- Bible School for an ages entertainment was the newly pre
11:00- Worship Service
11:00- Morning Worship and pared Social room Tables were
Message-"Jesus, the Provider”
decorated with yellow lilies, golden
Sunday evening: High School Junior Church.
Sermon ¡"More About the Vic- candles in amber candlestick.«, an.l
Baccalaureate Service at the
tory Psalm", presented by popular amber service was used
request. Special music by the Ves-
Acting hostesses were: Patricia
PATHOI TP CHTTRCH
ted Ch°lr &nd gOO<1 <>rgan mU’lt Anderson, Yvonne Christlieb, Ann
contribute to the splendid atmos- 1 Crandall. Lois Redford. Ida Wil-
Stxth and C Streets
phere of warship in these services i lard of Ashland; Barbara McLean.
Rev. W. J. Meagher. Pastor.
......... u Meeting.
Helen Radcliffe, Berthiel Nelson of I
Phone Medford 3208.
This church is cooperating In Klamath Fails; I41lian Bestul of
Mass Sunday morning au 9 o'clock. honoring the Ashland High 1943 Grants Pass.
Sunday School after Mass con- graduates in the Methodist Church
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ducted by the ladies of the church at 8 p.m.
We can’t keep the home fires
Wed., 7:30- Midweek meeting.
burning with cheers One way to
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
help tn the war «\fort is to get
Corner No. Main and Laurel Sts TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCE into the Second War Loan cam-
Dr. George VY. Bruse, Minister
Rev. A. N. MacDonnel), Vicar ' paign.
8:00: Holy Communion
9:45- Sunday Church School.
The Bible is FUNDAMENTAL! 9:30- Church School
11:00:Service and Sermon
to Christian belief and practice.
11:00- Morning Worship.
Subject: The Master and H'S. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
Pioneer Ave., South
6:45:Methodist Youth Groups
Sunday morning service at 11
Baccalaureate service for sen-
Provide« the Broadent Personal
iors of the High School in this o’clock. The subject will be on
and Family Liability Protection
church at 8:00 p.m.
Available, including Automobile
Thurs. 7:30- Bible Study and School at 9:45 a m. Wednesday
—ONE policy, one premium,
one low cost. Sec us for details
testimonies of Christian Science
healing, is held at 8 o’clock.
Reading Room open daily from
717 Siskiyou Boulevard
2 to 5 p. m. except Sundays and
MINER BUILDIN O
Clarence F. MeCall. Minister
Holidays. The public is cordially
167 EAST MAIN STREET
9:45 a. m.-Bible School, with invited to attend these services,
Mrs Glen Prescott, Supt.
and to use the Reading Room
11:00- Worship Service with
2:00 p. m. Wednesday, May 25,
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FRIDAY AM» SATURDAY
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TBAVEUNO ■XAMDfM TO RE
"They Give Their Lives—You Lend Your Money
I KM AKO
A Traveling Examiner of Oper
ators and Chauffers is scheduled
to arrive In Ashland, Monday,
May 24, and will be on duty at the
City Hall la-tween the hours of
9 am to 5 p.m., according to re
cent announcement from the Sec
retary of State's office. All those
wishing permits or license to drive
cars are asked to get In touch with
the examiner during these hours.
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NOT. PEARSON UNITS NIKE
Sgit. Jack Pearson of Camp I Till-,
lipa, Kansas, visited the Southern
Oregon College campus Moruluy
while on furlough home, the first
visit since last November. Sgt.
Pearson is a graduate of BOOK
and taught nt Maiin, Oregon,
before going into the service. in
addition to t/s other military
duties at Camp Phllli]», he is also
teaching the foreign-born in the
camp to read and write.
A GAMBLE IN GUNSMOKE!
A PAYOFF IN LOVE!
■ MONDAY -TUESDAY
When trouble routes to you
—and It will. In some form
—see that It la lightened by
the benefits of adequate In
I-et us lie your Insurance
REAL ESTATE and
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SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
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February 15, 1935 under the act
of March 3 1879.
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