Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 09, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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    Two Choirs
To Feature
Mutlivr'a Day service id Com
munity (AlllKII'tllUlUlllll (lllllLll llll
bumiuy inuiiiinu ia ii In i'.iUiiliy
ununited lu gi.tiicr Uiu imi'i'iiu mill
kuiiuiuina ui cliiltlrun iiiiii young
uiiii ol mo cimurc'KiitHiii, I nu
uiliurclis enuir, Unucu-d uy Nn.
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b Dim' iimii' in miiKinH U" lilumy
unil nailing tnti i.oiiiirniulioiiiilMiiK
in. liny will i"u miiK Hi" will
In woroliiii. "Till ta Uouii limine,"
unci nil mullein viilillril "Tlio Wino
Iwuy uiinv 1 licit' Uuiiuuii. ' The
mi, pi in i' u-anum will liv ioul uy
ami Icy (.MtngiT unci Mill MhUIiowii.
il.iniii' 'Illy i.iolliiT" Ik the lltli" lit
tun Kunnoti tu ! n fuelled by Hcv.
CliKlliry Matthews.
In llir evening ut (1:30 lite mm
lur inuntlily 1 olloliii inrouini unil
iiulltuk tiier will be held In tlia
Cuniiininlly hull. Mm. Loyal I'. I.nl.
pITMllllll, lUIIIMIIII-rk llllll till4 eve
iiiiik will no ili-vntiil tu a iiriiKiiim
of nuvelllra unil giimra fur rvmy
ineiiilifr ( tlm Iniiuly. Kiih'wi-II will
In tniil lu the lumlly ! Mr. unil
Mr. . C, Hryun wlm linvr nlmnly
fur Arisnna. Krcni'dliis; will lw
mailt- lUiium llni evening y Mr.
Ilurmiiny Junes, .
Tlio Oinruilr nf Hie Wnv. Hi"
lilah mIiimiI iroup. nirn ui I In;
home nf Ulln Larann. DUruwInll w ill
ba conducted by Hip cinmaelor. Mr.
and Mi. Frank Blippnrd.
Church Stresses
i Family Week
A week "f service ml Hip liupnr
unm and vlw of Ilia homo and
family will bp atrwmrd diirlnu the
wpk of Mnv II to IH at th Culvarv
Haptlil pliitrrh. The pastor will
preach -wrnimui appropriate to
"Christian limn Wppk "
Munday vpiiIih Dm Training; unlnn
will meet with all group gathering.
The younti ppopl w ill present a pro.
train cimimpniorutlnii Mother's Dnv.
tin Wednesday night Hip adult" will
have charge nf Hip prayer service,
emphasising "'Die Value of Chris
Hail Humes."
Saturday night will br family
nltilit with a politick upppr folluwed
by singing and an inspirational
service. Visitors are alway welroine.
Dancing 10 till 2
Adm. 90e Intl. lax
Serf., May 10
Miiale by Baldy' Rand
. j? We
Appear Here
HtulPtl In eonilupl a serlr of. re
vlval meeting, beginning (hi nun
day evpnlm at (he Aupinbiy of Uod
church, are Key. anil Mr. John K.
Ilarup of London, Kniland.
London Man To
Speak Here
Ki-v. and Mr. John E. Uarne of
loiKldii. Knglund, will, conduct a
iii-rp of revival meetings at the As.
hpiiiIiIv of OikI cluircli, Marling till
Hiindny at 7:30 p. in. Meeting will
be lipid fur tpvernl night except
on M'indiiy and Hiiturilay.
Horn In fainilnn, Ilrv Humes wa
edurutpd In til h nntlve countrv, com
plellnx hi schooling in Ocrmimy.
Km ly In III", rnrepr he became a
Hooper In the Welinliiter I Jrit
kimiim, and durliiK the First World
War enlisted and wna later Injured
III aotmn. Helnre Joining the urmy
lie settled 111 Canuda,
Allpr hi discharge he made hi
lioiue 111 Hi-utlle and Vancouver, II.
t:.. entprliiK lllblp college lu lim.
llli ministry ha Inken hlin lo muny
polm In Kuiope, Hie United Htuten,
C'nnudn mid AUska.
The public la Invited to hear Hev
Ilniiirjt. l-iuitork of the Assembly of
Uod are Ilev. and Mr. C. O. lou.
DeMolays To Have
Mother's Breakfast
l)e Molay and their mother will
olrrvo their annunl Mother Day
bieakfatl, Hiindny, May 11, at the
Wuipiua hotel al 9 a in.
Following breiikliisl the group will
attend a uperlal Mother Day wrv
Ire al the Klrt Mpthodlnl church.
All De Mnlnv are urued to attend
and a ccll Invitation I extended
to all out of town member. Ited
and while carnation will be distri
buted at the breakfunt
Light But
IU lb, with 4 ft. bar and chain.
Come In for a free
A full aulumalle cluleh
A quick detachable Idler
A high apeetf 8 '4 h p. eniln
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They moke a perfect pair
Sally Corn, the flavor and en
orgy quoon, and Sammy Soya,
the prominent protein ... In a
brand-new, grand-new cereal,
Kellogg'i Corn-Soya.
The woddlng was performed
Mothers To
Be Honored
At Church
In honor of "The Day of All Uood
Women," ilev, David K. Burnett Jr.,
hu ilioaen "The Kurlh Uixl't
J'limllle ' a the topic of hi erinon
ut Hie Firm I'retbyterlan church
bunuiiy at 11 a.m. 'In choir under
thu dlicllon ol the paator will lng
the anthcin, "Hie tlia Lord, O My
boul," by Ivanhoff.
The uiguu meditation, played by
Mr. Elbert Veatch will be Dvorak
Hunun My Mother Taught Me." 'Ill
roponalvn reading electd 1 "The
Hong of the Mother of Jem," from
I, like 1. Tin Bunday, Mother Day,
I the day when famllle ara especi
ally Invited tu allend church a a
Al 0:30 pi. (he Wtmliutr fel
lownhlp will meet at the church for
tlm lirnl of a nerlr of neulon on
"Mow lo Sllidy the Bible.'' John
F.pley will lead (he combined Inter
mediate and enlor.
'Die Intermediate girls' cnmmunl
ennt rlau meet gln Tuedar
afternoon al 4:30 at the church
under the direction of Rev. Barnett.
In Merrill
MCRHII.L. May Th elihth
annunl Deanery conference of Con
frulernlty Chruilun Doctrine, met
My In the Merrill high action!
K vinnusluiil. High nchool tludenu of
the CCD met III the community hll
from 10 a. m. until 11 a.m. when
they Jollied the other group with
Mr. John Degnan a chairman.
The oiening addren w given by
Rev. Jowpli . K. McUrath, BUhop,
of Uaker. There were I6e adult and
mi high nchool ludenu present.
Unit report were given by ecre
larlr from Bend. Clilloquln, Klm
nth Kail. Lakevlew, Prlneville, Red
mond and Merrill.
Chairman for the high school
group wa Blllle Dallon of Malln.
Luncheon wa held al the H port
man hotel In Tulelke after which
the program continued In the
Mnrcha theatre
Herlal gueaU present were BUten
Mary I'rrsentlns, Mary Ma-rlna and
KuMlta from Baker.
Peace Memorial To
Have New Church
Peace Memorial Presbyterian
church he moved a building iroin
me YVKA camp lo tne grouiu
wnrre 11 le new cnurcn u ne
located. 4431 8. tiUl. One half I
now in the front yard and will .be
used lor storuge of fixture from an
army chapel at Camp White.
The oilier half of the building I
on the back of the lot and will be
filled for Boy Ucoul headquarters
and recreation. 'Hie front yard part
will be lorn down lor material
when the educational plant I built.
A group of member with two
large trucks brought th heating
boiler, and part oil he seating from
Camp White last Saturday and a
work crew will go over again this
werk, May 10. It Is hoped to have the
: church building and educational de
partment completed by late fall, ac
cording lo the paator, Rev. Hugh T.
Junior Choir To
Sing At Lutheran
1 Mother's Day will be observed at
Klamath Lutheran church at the
Sunday morning worship when the
iuulor choir will sing "Savior, Hear
I. We Pray." by Brahms: a vocal
nolo. "My Mother's Voice." by Mel
Erick.wn and an anthem, "Mid
Plennure and Palace." by Payne,
by the senior choir. The Rev. 8. M.
Topneu will speak on the subject,
"Oood Olfl KTora Ood.1' .
The Ladle Aid will have a
mother and daughter banquet on
Teday, May 13. at 6:30 pm. The
brotherhood of the church will
serve the dinner. Ticket may be
had from member of the Ladle
Ground Broken For
Immanuel Baptist ,
Ground breaking ceremonies for
the new church edifice of the Im
manuel Baptl.tt church, will take
place next Sunday morning, during
the 11 o'clock ervlce. The flrt part
of the sen-Ice will be dedicated to
the Mother' Day program with
appropriate music and the pastor
will bring a menaage the subject,
"What I Mother?"
There will be a baptismal service
during the session at 8 p.m.. and
Rev. Wllllum Nagel of the Portland
office of United Evangelical Action
will be the speaker. The choir will
take part In both services of the day.
Dr. M. C. Cassel
Chiropractic Physician -Headaches.
Qas, Stomach
and Spinal Ailment
Tti.xrnoN sen '
127 So. 7th St '
by Kellogg'i, after 20 years of
work and experiment . . .to
bring you a just-right combina
tion of tongue-tickling flavor
and nourishment.
Try these toasty golden
shreds today. v
To Officiate
, jrv . ' v.
Klder David O. MeKay of tht First
Preeldency of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Halnla will of
ficiate at the formal dedication serv
ice of the newly constructed church
building In Klamath Fall Sunday,
May !. '
LDS Open For
The chapel of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Balnu. Klam
ath Falls, will, be open for public
Inspection Saturday, May 17, from
1 to p.m. The week-end ha been
net aside as a formal dedication of
the recently constructed church edi
fice, located at Home and Martin.
Ouldes mill be In attendance dur
ing the day. At t p.m. there will be
a pecll musical program, featuring
the new church organ and other
musical numbers. Sunday from 10
lo 11:30 a.m. there will be a branch
reunion In which the Relief Society
Singing Mother will participate.
At 3 p.m. will be the special dedl
catorial tervlce. Klder David O. Mc
Kay of the First Presidency of the
church, will officiate. The local
church choir will lng special an
thems. Also present will be Presi
dent and Mrs. Oerman E. Ellsworth
of the Northern Cellfornla mlaslon.
District president of the church I
R. M. Bcnlffman, and branch presi
dent. Merlin W. Bleak.
First Christian
Honors Mothers
Mother Day will be observed In
seme at First Christian church
Sunday. The sermon will be. "The
Faith Of The Ideal Mother," and
favor will be given to the oldest
and youngest mothers present. Spe
cial music directed by John O'Con
nor will feature the theme of the
day. Bible school will have a spe
cial program, a will the youth ses
sion at o:ju p.m.
The evening service mill be of ;
special Interest, the sermon. "Marks
of the True Home." will enlarge the
thought of the morning. The hvmns
ol Zlon will be sung. Wednesday
evening marks the mid-week erv-
lee of praver and Bible study. All :
ara welcomed to these sessions...
Four Services
At First Baptist
Four service will be held on
Mother' Day. Sunday, at the First I
Baptist church, N. 8th and Wash- ;
Ington. Rev. L. R. Adams Is the !
Service are a follows: Sunday '
school for all age with a nurse in .
charge of the nureerv. 9 j .m.,
morning worship. Mother's Day
message, II a.m.; training union for i
an age group. o:o p.m.; evening
wursniji. s pjn.
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Mothers To
Receive Gifts
Peace Memorial Presbyterian
church will hold Mother' Day serv
ice at 0:45 and 11 a m., Sunday In
the music room of the Altnmont
Junior high school building, fl. Sth
and Bummer lane.
The 0:46 a.m. Bunday school hour
will feature the annual custom of
presenting a growing flowering
(limit to every mother present. Spe
cial recognition being given to the
oldest and youngest mothers.
At the worship service, 11 a m.,
there will be an anthem by the
choir, also a tuba solo by Bruce
Crawford who received a number
one rating at the district music con-
test at Albany.
The pastor, Rev. Hugh T. Mltchel
more, will speak on the theme, "The
American Home." All little folk are
cared tor In the nursery conducted
by adult leaders. The high school
Christian Endeavor member will
have a guest their mothers at the
pm. meeting held at the manse,
4431 S. th street.
Jacobsen To
Honor Mothers
In keeping with Mother' Day.
the pastor, Rev. S. T. Jacobson. will
bring a message on "The High Call
ing of Motherhood." at the 11 a.m.
service al the First Covenant church.
823 Walnut. Special recognition will
be given all mother who are present.
The Sunday school hour open at
10 a.m. There are classes for all I
ge with capable teachers to lead :
In the lesaons. In the adult class a .
continued study la being made of
the Book of Oenesl. The Fellow-,
hip hour will be held at 7:49 p.m.
A welcome la extended to the
people of our city lo attend and
enjoy all services at the First Cove- :
nant church. j
"Queen For A Day"
Is Sermon Subject
"Queen for a Day" Is the topic of
the Mother' Day sermon to be
preached by the Rev. Victor Phil
lips at the First Methodist church.
10th and High, on Sunday morning
at 11.
The Klamath Union high school
boys' octet will sing a special num
ber In honor of Mother's Day. The
church senior choir will sing the
anthem. "Open Our Eye," by Mae
Farlane. Mr. Robert B. Craig will
direct the choir and Patricia Hunt
will be at the organ console.
Members of the local chapter of
DeMolay will attend the service In
a body, with their mothers. This
service will be broadcast over radio
station KFLW. Other services of the
day are church Sunday school at
0:46 a. m . Methodist Youth fellow
ship at 6:30 p. m.
for the Young Man
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"Women's Work"
Is Sermon Text
"Women' Work In ChrlsFs
Church" will be (he subject of
Evangelist (Jus Winter's morning
meage at the Church of Chrlut,
330ft Wantland, at 11 am. this
Ird' Day. HI evening theme at
7:30 o'clock 1 "Positive Divine Law."
Bible elajwea, properly graded for
all ages and taught by qualified
teachers, meet at 10 a m. Young
People' meeting I at 0:30 p.m. led
by Mr. R, N. Meade. The lesson
I to be found In Acta 9:1-18. All
art welcome
Redwood Firms
Grant Pay Boost
EUREKA, Calif.. May tF
Eight redwood lumber companies of
Humboldt and Mendocino counties,
Involved In one of the country's
longest major strikes, announced
last night wage Increases for 2250
non-union worker who hve been
keeping the mill in operation de
spite AFL line.
AFL lumber and sawmill work
er havu been out ilnce January 14,
1040. A tingle mill, the Hammond
Lumber company, has lnce signed
an AFL contract.
Operators of the eight 'Irm an
nouncing the new neven and a half
cents an hour wage boost said the
increase was three cent an hour
higher than specified in the Ham
mond contract, and followed a pat
tern set by the Douglas fir region
of the Northwest.
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