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THE DAILY CAPITAY JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919.
- Christian and Missionary Alliance. .
Services at 2:15 o'cloek nest Thurs
day, October 16, at 632 South Commer
cial street, Eev. J. E. Fee of. Portland
continuing Bible studies in Eevelation.
A cordial invitation to all.
Associated Bible Students.
Associated Bible Students meet at
' Moose hall, corner High snd Court
. streets, from 10 a. m. to 12 n. .Study in
- Sixth Vol. and Tabernacle Shadows
: Junior class at 10 a. m. Friends and
public invited.- " r
St. Paul's Church.
Seventeenth Sunday after ..Trinity:
7:30 a. m., holy communion; 9:45 a. m.,
. church school; 11 a. m., mornin;; prayer
and sermon, "God's SRcrcts and Beve
" lations"; 7:30 p. m., evening prayer aud
' address", "Purity." Everybody welcome.
, Clias. H. Towell, rector.
Ct t I i a
acr corresponding secretary oi me fellowship and worship and rirdine for
in jji-., ,,. i ' service. Third annual reunion aud roll
will deliver the sermon both, morning . . ., ,
j s , a 1. 3 to 5 p. m. Devotionul service
and evening. At 3 p. m. we plan a mort- , ...,- . ,
, .r L T7. u.-'Snrt Toll cr.ll. 5 to 7:1.j p. lu. Hot-in! rer-
gugr uuiuiu murium. Jvei uitriuucr ' . , . . ,. . I
, ." ?,!, . , " .. , lod including lunch. 7:lo to 7:3U p.
T" Committee Lights On
Slogan To Get $6000 Here
Salem's quota in the T. M. C. A,
Greatest Asset." ......
Arguing that the Y. M. C. A. is the
best organization for shaping the mor
als and lives of the young men, who
"by Ihrir eknracter determine tlip;mor-
r ' - ' n . oa "tii ii i . . . . .
j: j -n i j: it- ..I riuiBf nervier. I :ou 11. ra. nun van con- ,mm f, f.mrta whiph hpuiim in
uU,r w u . umw .ugaunr .. , . . ,. , i --, - - - - - of thp ..: th. ,ommntec hones
........... mis eity next, uronrsnnj, is u,uuv. . . . ' ' .
The eommittee in charge of the cam-! to be allies to raise., the quota in quicK
Rural school districts in Hood Biver
county are increasing their budgets for
the coming year to provide more money
the ehnrch. Junior C. E., 6 p. m. Young
People 's meeting. 6:30 p. m. Song serv- j
ice and sermon, :JU p. m. Frayer meet
ing 8 p. in. Everybody invited to these
services. S. L. Putnam, paStor.
South Salem jFrionds Church.
Corner of South ' Commercial and
Washington streets, H. E. Pembcrton.
astor. Bible school at 10 a. ni., classes
: Lor all, CarL Miller, superintendent. At
11 a. m., Genenil Superintendent L. C.
,1 Hinshaw will be present aud preach.
Again at 8 p. m. Young People 's meet
ing at 7 p. ni.
Scandinavian Metliodist Church.
Fifteenth and Mill streets. Preaching
at 3 p. in., subject, "The Glory of God
inMan." Mr. Gust Anderson will
' perintend the Sunday school, which con
, venes at 2 o'clock. The Swedish tan
' guage will be used at the preaching
service. Come and help us in our work;
we need you; you niijy need Us.
Leslie Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner South Commercial and Meyers
street, Horace N. Aldrich, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m., with classes
for all ages end grades, under the super
rision of compentent teachers, E. A.
Rhoten, superintendent; 11 a. ni., pub
lie worship, with sermon by President
K. J. Talbott of Kimball School of
Theology. Special music by the choir.
At 6:30 pi m., devotional meeting of the
Epworth " League, led by Frederick
Aldrich. At 7:30 p. m., service with
sermon by Edwin Sherwood, D. D., fol
lowed by a social hour under the super
vision of the fourth department of the
Epworth League, Floyd Mclntire, chair
man. ! : :
Seventeenth and Chcmcketa siremn,
F. W. Launer, pastor. 8unday school
at 10 a. m. 'Sermon at 11 a. -m., sub-'
,iect, "The Soven Sayings on the Cross."
There will bo no services in the even
ing. A special service will be held by
the three Evangelical churches at the
Evangelical ehnrch on corner of Center
. and Liberty streets. - , ,;,
United Evangelical Church. " - '
Cottage, near Center street, 6. L.
Lovcll, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Divine worship and sermon at 11 a.
m., "Does Prayer Change Things t" We
- will unite in a union service with the
Evangelical association at Liberty and
Center streets for the evening services.
ChristiBn Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. "im
ev. Launer preaches the sermon at-7i30
p. m. .'.' 1 ' ' . -';
Central Congregational Church. .
Corner South Nineteenth and Ferry
. streets, H. C. Stover, minister- A rally
dav service, promotion of classes and
pjrqgfiim in connection with the Sunday
- school at 10 a: m. Ciinstian linden vr
t6:45 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p.
. m., theme,' "Youth ' -Gift to Christ.','
Music JW.th? 8!r8 chorus. . n . ......
- - First Congregational Church.
Liberty end Center streets, Dr. W. C.
Kantner, minister. 10 a. m., Sunitay
school with classes for all, W. I. Stnley,
superintendent; 11 a. m., communion
service with reception of members; 6:30
p. m., Christian Endeavor; 7:30 p. m.,
"Investments That D0 Not Pay." Pol
' lowing this address there will be two
interesting motion pictures, "Yoscmlte
Valley," and "A Trip to Baltimqre."
Prayer meetinir Thursday at 7:30 p. m.,
studies in the "Book of The Acts." A
cordial invitation to all. .
First Baptist Church.
This is rally week at tho First Bap
tist church. An attracive leaflet has
been sent to the members containing a
greeting from the paste, Eev. G. F.
Holt, and mi announcement of the fol
lowing schedule of "At Home" wce:
Sunday, October 12, 9:45 n. m. The
Sunday school "r.t home" in Rally Day
program for tehchcrs, scholars, riarents.
friends. Mobilization day. 11 a. The
church "at home" in public worshin.
Topic "On a Mountain of Vision." 6:30
p. m. The B. Y. P. IT. "at home" to the
young people in a snappy wide-awake
service, the kind young people like. 7:30
p. m. The evenjus . congregation "at.
home" in a- spirited service of song.
Sermon topic: "Facing" a Year of Vic
tory." Mr. J.'W; TrojK. wijl- lend the
sinking. ,. v. ' 1 '
Tuesdav. October H.lft p.-m.-The
brotherhood "at home". to the men of:
the ehnrch and congregation. The first
meeting of the season. Receptioa of the
men to onr. returned, soldiers.' Supper,
"ond fellowship interesting program and
forecast of winter's :"plans. ' : .
"at homo''4e'voto'nTiily.i rSoCii-41x' aAd
sniritually. ' The -last ; da V, that great
dav of the feast." Climax of week pf
Tlio John Duncan packing house at palgn, to stimulate support to the cause
Cove has shipped to date 28 carloads of has decided upon, the slogan: "The
fruit this season. ; v lYoung Men and Boys of Salem are. Her
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i- VAUGHAN MOTOR WORKS. INC.
476 E. Main St.
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First Christian Church.
Song by audience; prayers by two vis
iting elders; song by aucfiefice; sirtptiirc
by F. W. Porter, minister ef FirttSiris
tian church; duet, Mr. anj Mrs3 Dhllas
"Murphy; short address, C; F. SwaYider
of Portland; violin solo, Viola As;
hort address, B. L. Putnam, pastor; spe
cial music, Lenoro and Theon& Putnam;
burning of mortgage, an impressive
service conducted by charter members;
First Presbyterian Church.
Jiomas A. Anderson, minister. Sun-
dsychool at 9:45, Joseph H. Albert,
superintendent. International lesson.
. Morning worship 11 o'clock, Quarterly
communion with brief sermon on Culti
vating Memories of Christ. Young peo
ples meeting 6;30 and evening worship
at 7:30, theme! "Power the Path of
Thy Feet." The Willamette Presbetery
meets in this ehureh Tuesday afternoon
st 2:30, holding -sessions Over Wednes
Special harvest festival services Sat
urday, Sunday and Monday. Commen
cing Saturday evening with a street
meeting, at 7:15, in the hall at 8 o'cloek.
Sunday on the street at 10:30 a. m.
Meeting for holiness In the hall at 11 a.
m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. sharp. Uni
ted Mission meeting at 3 p. m. T. P.
1. at 6:15 p. m. Street meeting at 7
p. m. Special' services of thanksgiving
song, testimony and preaching in the
I hall at 8 p. m. Extra special Monday
evening! Come to an old fushioned har
vest home at 8 p. m. Public cordially
invited and welcomed. Captain and Mrs.
Hunter officers in charge. "
Nineteenth and Marion streets, one
"block south of Center on Nineteenth,
Chemeketa ear. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m., W. B. Hardy, superintendent. We
-are paying special attention to the
teaching of thc Bible in the Sunday
. school. . Preaching at 11 a.'m. and 7:30
p. m. We are holding to the "Old
Fashioned Way" of teaching and
preaching. .Von:r People's Iflble sttidy
at 6:30 p. m. - ahd-week prnver meet
ing Wednesday eveninjf at 7:30 o'cloek
Come over mid enir an hour with tm
A. Wells, pastor; Florenc Wells, dea
coness. - " '
Court Street Christian ChuTch.
Corner North Seventeenth and Conrl
treets. Bible school, .10 a. m. sharp.
" billowed by morning worship. C, F.
: Dinner "
I cvA thick iuicv beefsteak -h.--' -"I
I Hotrollsv and:butter : ' J -
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v ' With Butter and Jam
A growing boy demands plenty of good, ' :
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At; meals and ; between meals Bake-Rite
Bread is best for the children. 1
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