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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, APRIL' 28, 1934 B 9 d! evangelistic; campaign to nncc cimniv III 11.11 . Illlill H I ! U L. U U l UU IJ Rev. George Bostrom Speaks Twice; Young People Plan Special Closing Services The Philpott-McKer- Union Evangelistic Campaign will be brought to a close with threp services tomorrow at the Old Twelfth Street Theater, between Clay and Jefferson Streets. Services will be at 2:30, 6 and 7:30 p. m. Forty churches of the Eastbay have cooperated for the campaign which has been sponsored by the Eastbay Evangelistic Union, of which Ivan Frickstad is president. The Rev. George Bostrom of Ta-coma, Wash., speaks tomorrow afternoon on "God's Grace and How Men Treat It." At 7:3(1 his theme will be "Jesus Christ: Impostor or Son of God?" The Young People plan a special service from 6 to 7 o'clock. Tonight at 7:30. Arthur M-'Kee. director of the Union Chorus Choir and soloist, will givo his third and final Saturday night program. The campaign closes tomorrow evening. - Lutherans to Hear Mieeer "How God measures Our Successes and Our Failures." will be the topic of the sermon to be preached by the Rev. George Mieger at Zion Lutheran "Church tomorrow. He says: "We are rearing a life-structure. Tier rises upon tier until at death we place the capstone. Over and above us there stand God, the Builder, assigning our tasks, and giving dim-lions for our work. Unless we follow these directions we shall never he sue-' . rPCSflll in Ihn orni'liim nf i.mv lifn Njtructnrp. We shall bo like the man who has built his home on drifting and. When the floods and the Storms came the house collapsed " A group of children will he baptized and received into the church. Choral Eucharist Service Advanced Beginning the first Sunday in May, Old St. John's Episcopal Church announces a chance in the hour of 1he Choral Eucharist from 11 a.m. to 10:30 a m during the summer. This change has been approved by Bishop E. I,. Parsons. according to Father C. W. Nelson, ector. Under the nev system the mass will be sung through, omitting the sermon which will be preached after the conclusion of the Choral Eucharist. The Eucharist will be over by 11:30 and the sermon will toncltide before noon. It will be pos-flble for those who desire to get way to fulfill early afternoon engagements to le,ave by 11:30, Father Nelson announces. The hour of Sunday Church School will be ad-ranced to 10:30 also. CHRISTIAN THE CHURCH BEAI'TIFI'T, TUP! rfi'll'I.K f R I KNPL Y-JNVITE YOU TO Wrip.suilP WITH THKM 7 4."i p. nr. Evening of Charles Wakefield Cadman's Music Claremont Chorale Direction hv Jark Ruder 1 I "0 a. m. Hear Dr. Reagor "The Church Which Way?" First Christian Church Twenty-ninth Pt PRESBYTERIAN The First Presbyterian Church 2M9 liR'iADWAY Dr. JESSE H. BAIRD,, Pastor 11:00 a. m. Sermon by the Rev. Gurdon C. Oxtoby, of the San Anselmo Theological Seminary 7:00 p. m. Organ Recitaly"W.B Kennedy A ProKinin of Uuislan (Vrn-osltlone 7:. 10 P. M. "Ideals and Practices of Christian Education" Hv KI-'.V. Hi;i:V H ,! M T I I K N' Musio hy the. rstmlnsW-r Choralista UNITARIAN First Unitarian Church Fourteenth Street, three blocks west of the City Hall 1 1 :00 a. m. DR. CLARENCE REED Will Speak on "Robert Ingersoll, the Prophet of Liberalism" Text "Justice is the only worship. Love is the only priest. Happiness is the only good. The time to be happy i$ now. The place to be happy is here. The way to be happy is to make other people so." -Robert G. Ingersoll. BIBLES for Mother's DaySunday, May 1 3 A Beautiful Bible all binding, styles and prices! Prayer Bonks and Hymnals. "Streams In the Desert." DevntloriRl books. Complete line of choice cards with especially fine sentiments. WESTERN BOOK & TRACT COMPANY Oakland's Leading Bible House 17!0 Telegraph Avenue , I'hone TE mplebar 1041 Miss Ayers at Elim Temple Returning from a year's absence in India and the antipodes. Miss Mary F. Avers arid Miss Louise F. Quilsch will be at Elim Tabernacle t o m o rrow evening, according to a n n ounce-m e n t by it h e pastor. : Rev. John K. Hubbard, v Miss Avers w a s born in Austr alia and began her mission work as a girl among the South Seas' cannibals. She also spent six years in India work-l n g among the Brah- MISS MAKV F. AVERS mans. Miss Quitsch will sing, accompanied by the Elim choir and orchestra. " Pasior Hubbard speaks on "Christ's Prophecies Fulfilled" at 11 o'clock. CAMP TO GIVE -"The Parable of Success and and Failure" will be the topic of ITarold Camp's sermon at the 7:30 People's Service at the First Baptist Church 'tomorrow night. A special feature of this service will be a tenor solo sung by the popular Eastbay tenor, Raymond Marlowe, 'JThe Ninety and Nine." by Campion. The chorus choir will sing the anthem "lTiOth Psalm." by Ran-degger. Ethel Whytal Miller. ..organ:.-. t. will give a l.Vminute organ recital. " The morning sermon topic will be "The How In the Cloud." Music will include an anthem. "Hearken Unto Me." by Stevenson, and a baritone solo by Harrison Ward, "He That Dwelleth." by MacDer-mid. The ordinance of baptism will be administered. RITE OF CONFIRMATION. At St. Andrew's Episcopal Church tomorrow evening, the Rt. Rev. Edwin I,amhe Parsons, bishop of California, will administer the rite of confirmation to a class nf twelve. Rev. F. K. Howard is the vicar. CHRISTIAN 1' ruitvale Christian Fi'llilvnln Ave. ns East 17th St J'. I.. Ilt'iillKS. Minister 11 a. m. "The Distinctiveness of .. Christ's Message" I'urt hy Mr. end Mr. Klmsr Jonea M '.: J' i iu ami si-:a,so.8" Anthem "Praise Ye the I,ord" Ily Xrisbrrif 11 Dill. TO PREACH AT BOTH SERVICES Guest Preacher Concludes Sermon Begun Last Week At Evening Worship Hour "Spiritual Vision In Christian Experiences" will be the topic of Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper tomorrow morning T the Oakland Community Church. At the evening hour, Dr. Tupper will speak on the subject "An Earnest Prayer for Christian Unity." This is the conclusion of the sermon which Dr. Tupper preached last -Sunday on "The Beauty and the Duty of Christian Unity." Bible classes for men and women and Sunday School classes for all ages are held at 9:45. Dr. Tupper will deliver his final address on "The Peerless Book" to the Men's Class. Second Sermon Set by Pastor At Plymouth Church tomorrow morning Rev. T. T. Giffen will preach on the theme "I Say 'Yes,' " a companion sermon to that of. Jast Sunday on "I Say 'No.' " Both sermons are from a text In which Jesus asks men to be either for or against things and not to try to face both wavs. Women of Church Announce Luncheon The Women's Organization of the Oakland Community Church will hold its regular monthly business meeting and luncheon at the church at noon Tuesday. Mrs. Eunice Roberts will preside in the absence of the president, Mrs. Helen N. Bustard. Miss Helen Jenkins, missionary, will eive a talk on the missionary work that is being done in Trinity County. METHODIST 11:00 A. M "THAT BIG WORD VF'." Is It "Us" against "You?" 7:45 P. M "A STATU" FAITH AND A WOltl.n IN Fl.fX" Whr-n hp. tht- spirit of Irulh, Is come lie will K'lide ymj into nil truth. J'R. WALTKIt JOHN SHERMAN Pastor First Methodist Church Twenty-fourth and Uroadwny CONGREGATION'L oocoeoooscooooooooocoooeoooooaooooooeoooooaaeeev hirst L iin-iiintiii riuuifl hiu HI I H rfll -BUI n nireri Dr. Clarence Reidenbach MINISTIHt 11:00 a. m., "The Inspiration of the Bible' 7:30 p.m. "'Oratorio, "THE HOLY CITY" w HV CAM, n i Til law nivr in urn uui-.ii i iimuiM t.Miilll II aoooooeecocccoocceccoeccooooeocooccoooeooacoaooeo COMMUNITY THE OAKLAND COMMUNITY CHURCH - 1 R 22 ElKhth Avenue DR. W. W. BUSTARD, Pastor DP.. KEltrt BOVrE TITTER, t'resrher 11:45 "Spiritual Vision In Christian r.nperlenre" 7:45 "OrKsnlo t'nlon or Spiritual I'nlty Which ?" Hervlres broadcast over Station KROW, II In 12 a. m., J to 9 p. m. 9 4 S Bllile flashes for men urid women. Sunday School ("lasses for all mn. Everybody welcome EVANGELISTIC t PHILPOTT-McKEE UNION, i l EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN ? CAMPAIGN TABERNACLE i OLD 12th STREET THEATRE ? IJtli Street, between Clay and Jerferaon, Oakland J (Central for All Eaatbav) l THREE GREAT CLOSING S SERVICES TOMORROW Tour last opportunity to hear Evangelist George E. Bostrom f 1:30 p. m. - God's Grace, and How Men Treat It 7:80 p. m. jC Jesus Christ Imposter or Son of God? f Great Chorus Choir Special Numbers ARTHUR W. MeKEE, Director and Soloist J From 8:00 to 7:00 p. m. 5 A Special Great Young People's Service Sj Auspices East.bgy Evsnarsllstlo T'nlon Tonight, 7:30 p. m., Saturday Night Special; A Great Musical Program With Many Surprising Features EVERYBODY Christian and Missionary Alliance hristian and Missionary Alliance - 33rd St., near Telegraph Ave. Opening Annual Missionary Convention 1 1 o'Clock Service REV. GEO. BOSTROM. TACOMA, WASH. Evangelist of th Phllpott-McKes Mestlns; Mr. Arthur McKee In Charge of Muslo NO AFTERNOON OR EVENING MEETINfJ CO-OPERATING WITH PHILPOTT-McKEE CAMPAIGN ON 12th ST, SERVICES EVERY EVENING,' 7:4 IS Afternoons Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 2:30 Convention Speakers: Rev. Geo.. Davis. Pasadena: Rev. Wm. Christie, Missionary Alliance: missionaries from South America, Africa, India. :iS a. m. SUNDAY 8CHOOL Ever wslcoma to this Houso of God ar atranrara and the poor 'Holy Spirit Rector's Theme "I Believe in the Holy Spirit." is the subject of tomorrow morning's sermon at the 11 o'clock service in St. Paul's Episcopal Church. This will be a continuation of the serjes on "The Apostles' Creek; What Shall the Modern Man or Woman Believe?" At the evening service at 7:30, the Rev. Kenneth Viall. rector of the Church of the Advent, San Francisco, will speak on the subject of "Crime." Father Viall has acted as Episcopal chaplain at San Quen-tin for several years. Other services will be Holy Communion at 8 a. m. and a service for the Church School at 9:30, conducted by the Rev. George West Barrett. Fred E. Dobbins To Give Lecture At the Metaphysical Library, 532 Sixteenth Street, tomorrow morning. Fred E. Dobbins, founder of the Dobbins School of Positive Thinking, Kansas City, Mo., will give his closing talk. His subject will be "Prayer and Healing." At 8 o'clock tomorrow evening, Dr. Louis C. Winner will speak on the subject of "Freedom." Dr. Winner will also speak Wednesday evening on "The Seven Churches of Asia." Kawajah Mohammed Khan, Af ghanistan mystic, will speak and conduct a healing service on Thurs day at 2:30 p. m. Dr. L. C. Winner Announces Classes The Winner University of Con structive Living announces the second week of the new class work, held Monday and Thursday evenings at the Hotel Leamington. On Monday evening, Dr. L. C. Winner will take up with the class the "First Law of Prosperity," together with a study of body chemistry and spiritual development, and on Thursday evening he will present a scientific discussion of the endocrine glands. CONGREGATIONS Plymouth Chnidi 8805 PIEDMONT AVENUE THOMAS T. GIFFEN, Minister 11:00 . m. "I SAY 'YES'" a companion sermon to thst of Inst Sunday on "1 SA V 'NO'." 9 Ml a. m. Religious Education .in p. m. Four Von up People' Meetings o n g r e g a t i o n a I 8 WELCOME DR. REAGDR TO MESSAGE At the First Christian Church tomorrow morning. Dr. W. P.'Reagor. the pastor, will preach on the theme "The Church: Which Way?" He says: "The Christian Church in America is facing critical and tense situations. Arrears of life upon every hand exist which need the application of the principles of Christian religion, a"nd above all the spirit of Christianity even, for the solution of Ihese issues. As the Church faces these issues she can do what religion has done many times in the past receive within herself; preach a doctrine of comfort and consolation; place her efforts upon the priestly aspects of her life and say nothing about the Master." At the evening hour a special program of music will be brought by the Claremont Choral Society. At the close of the musical program Dr. Reagor will bring a short message. The Christian Church Joins the other religious groups of the community in a Brotherhood service to be held in Lakeside Park at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Minister Plans Last of Series "Judas' Successor Chosen" is an nounced as Hie subject at 11 a. m. tomorrow as Ihe last of a series of messages on "Easter Echoes" by the Rev. W. G. Ruehle, pastor. "The text, Acts 1:15-19," says the pastor, "is a record of the proceedings of the first congregational meeting held by the New Testament Church and records the calling of the first missionary." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Churches Branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts Chrlstisn Science Suhjert of t.essnn-Sermon, April ?9, 1934: "PROBATION AFTER DEATH SUNDAY SERVICES 11:00 a. in. and 8:00 p. m. except Seventh Church, 11 :00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. Eighth Church and Society, 11:00 . m. only. FIRST CHURCH Sevententh and Franklin. SECOND CHURCH 4th and Mini Sts., nr. Telegraph Ave. THIRD CHURCH U4J Fruit-vale Ave. FOURTH CHURCH1' 1S30 Lake-shore. Plvd. FIFTH CHURCH 90th Ave. and Holly St., on block north of Kast 14th Rt. SIXTH CHURCH SS0 4tst St., 1! blocks K. of Rroadwsv. SEVENTH CHURCH 2333 Harrison Filvd. EhllITU CHURCH 1219 Fllhert St., near 12th St. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 3S30 Hopkins St. All are cordially Invited to PIEDMONT First Church of Christ. Scientist Piedmont Community Hall, Highland Ave., bet. MaKiiolla and tinllfoi.l Road. Sunday service, 11:00 .. in. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Wednesday meeting, 8:00 P. lu. Churches of Christ, Scientist OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA Announce a FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE by DR. JOHN M. TUTT. C. S. B. OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Member of the Bonrd of Lectureship of the Mother Church, the First Church of CHRIST, Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts In the Municipal Auditorium Theatre Monday Evening, April 30 1934 ATAML. O'CLOCK POORS OPENMAlT FLOOR, 7:30 p. M. ; SIDE ENTRANCE, 6 P.M. The Public Is Cordially Invited to Attend BAPTIST fQelrose Baptist Forty-seventh Avenue and Bond Street CARLTON LEWIS KIRK, Pastor 1 1 :00 a. m. "One of Paul's Great Prayers" 7:45 p. m. "For What Purpose Did Jesus Come Into the World?" THE GREAT BOOK OF DANIEL Pastor Kirk will hegln a new series of Blhls Studies on Monday nlKht at Swedish Mission Church, Berkeley. Tuesday night at Melroso Baptist Church. Subject: "The Book of Daniel" CORDIAL INVITATION EXTENDED TO ALU k .nCrW Va iccs t'a tw EVANGELICAL Old Time 84TH AND SHATTUCK Sermon by the Pastor MARY FERRIS SUN DAT, :00 P. M. St John, ChapUr 20, Verse 29: "Blessed Art They That Htv Not 8tn and Yt Hav Believed." -i v 'Prqbatiqn After Death9 t Subject in C.S. Churches "I am the resurrection, and the life: he that belirveth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die." These words from the Gospel of John comprise the Golden Text to be used tomorrow in all Churches of Christ. Scientist, branches of The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. The subject of the lesson-sermon will be "Probation After Death." Included arrtong the Scriptural selections will be: "For we know that Special Services At Brooklyn Church Christian Education Day will be observed at the Brooklyn Presbyterian Church tomorrow. At the morning hour Dr. John E. Wishart, professor of systematic theology at the San Francisco Seminary, San Anselmo, will speak on some phase of Christian education. At evening service Dr. Stanley A. Hunter of St. John's Presbyterian Church, Berke ley, will give a stereopticon lecture on "Three Years in India." At 6:15 the three C. E. societies will combine for a promotion and installation program, at which Don Munro, county C. E. president, will be the speaker. Spiritual Frces Hallam's Subject Dr. William Grant Hallam will give three public lessons at Ebell Hall, 1440 Harrison Street, tomorrow, Tuesday and Thursday on "Your Spiritual Forces and How to Apply Them for Health, Happiness and Success." SUNDAY SCHOOL: 9:S0 and 11:00 a. in. Wednesday eve-nlnK meetings, 8:00 o'clock. FREE HEAPING ROOMS Open dally (except Sundays and holhlays) at hours named: 1st Church, 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. 2nd Church, 2121 Telegraph Ave., open 9 a. m. to 5 p. ni. 3rd Church, 11 . m. to 4 p. m. 4th Church, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 51 h Church, 1 1:4ft a. m. to 3 p. m. Gill Cluirch, 12 in. to 4 p. ni. 7th Church, 12 m. to 4 p. m. 8th Church, 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Tiiepdnv and Thurs. only, Downtown Heading Itooin, Financial Cooler Building, 405 Mlh St. 8 30 s. m. to 0:iio p. m. dally, except Wednesday, until 7:00 p. in. Sundays and holidays (reaclliiK only). 1:00 to 5:00 p. in. services and rending rooms. Evangelical Church if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God. an house not made with hands, eternal Jn the heavens" ill Cor. 5: H. The following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Sci- ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures'' by Mary Baker Eddy, will also be included: "No final i judgment awaits mortals, for the ! judgment-day nf wisdom comes hourly and continually, even the ' judgment by whifh mortal man is divested of all material error" (p. 2911. Bishop Cosper to Deliver Lecture Bishop Wilbert Leroy Cosper will deliver the main lecture Sunday and Wednesday evenings at Cosper's Philosophical Church, 1222 Lake-shore Avenue. The services are conducted by Rev. Hattie Philpott and her assistant, Rev. John Kooy. Officials report attendance has been sicadily increasing with each service at this new church, which is the first of a number of churches to be organized in this country, Canada and England. "CIlTRCH ORIGINS' THEME ALAMEDA, April 28. - The Rev. Henry H. Shires, rector, will preach tomorrow morning at Christ Church on the subject "Sufficient Unto the Day Is the Evil Thereor. At tnc evening hour his topic will be Cluirch Origins." the story of the beginning of the great modern churches. LUTHERAN First English LUTHERAN drove at Sixteenth Street (California Svnod. V. L. C A.) Church Rci.ont !:4Sa. m. Worship Service 11:0oa. m. "FRIENDSHIP" !n you value your friendships? Have yon ever Riven consideration to in analysis of your friendships? Supposkin you and your very host filcTTd come tomorrow to "The Church of Friendly I'Vllowshlp'' REV. MARK OWEN HELLER Pastor REDEEMER, Lutheran (list Ave. and Iliann St. Sunday School, '.1:45 a. m. 1 1 :llil a. in. "The Work of the Holy Ghost" Mid-week Service Wed., S:00 p. m. V RANK A. 11AE1IICKE, Pastor P.ETHI.EIIKM COLOKKU MISSION lOlh and Mamiolia REV. ' iTTi ' Til KISS, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School, Hl:0" a. m. 1 ih iiifl Woi ship, 1 1 :00 a. m. St. Peter's Lutheran Bltli Ave. and Plyinoulli St. Two lil"i hs north of East llth St. S. S.. in a. in.; Worship. II a. ill. Herman C. Tllciss. Pastor. Trinity Ev. Lutheran The Church ullh a Parish School 17 Ave. & E. I.".. II. Ilascroilt, pasior Illvlne Worship. ' Irrma n, 0 .45 EliKliKh, III: IS. S. S. tl:l.r Grand Lake Lutheran 3H.'if Orrind Avenue W. Cm. KUKIILE. Pastor 1 1 :00 "Judas' Successor Chosen" Vested choir. S. S. 0:15 a. in. Zion Lutheran TWELFTH AND MYRTLE STS. REV. UEOIUiE MlECIOU.Pastur Sunday School, 10:00 n. ni. English Ser ioe. 10:30 a. in. "JIllW liOl) MEASURES OCR SUCCESSES" Cerman Sei vlee, 1:0(1 a. in. Bethlehem Lutheran Ashhv at 'trove. Rerkeley M. ENUEI,, Pasior Sunday School. 0:30 a. m. 1 10 a. in. 'DOES THIS OFFEND YOU?" Gotlesd, 1 1:1.1 MISSIONARY CHURCH oflnizr CRIMSON CROSS Havenscourt Illvd. nr. 10. i4tli fit. 11 a. m. Baby IP(Iiatlnn Service "THE PA KKNTS' DltKAM" Baldwin Shormnn fl:4B p. m. Wspor Hour Mm. rOllzahpth Farmer 7:45 p. m. "IK I HAP ON K 8KR-MON TO PUKAC'ir IrvhiK Kord Rev. rind Mrs. William J. Lewis, the WpIrIi Singers, will begin ft three weeks' nertp.s of meetings on Sunday morning, May 6. Mr. Lnwln will Hpeftk each night except Monday and Saturday. PENTECOSTAL FIRST PENTECOSTAL ' CHURCH Thirty-first Strtet, near Grov. PASTOR J. NARVER GORTNER j, . - will speak 8:00 and 7:45 p. m. Regular services Tuesday, Thurs-' day and Saturday evenings. Broadcast at 8:45 p. m. over KROW. . LUTHERAN 1 CHURCH DIWtT I Missouri Synod TO BE SPEAKERS Religious leaders representing Protestant. Catholic and Jewish faiths of the Eastbay will be the speakers at the observance of National Brotherhood Day tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the bandstand area, Lakeside Park, Lake Merritt. Speakers will include: Monslgnor. Joseph M. Gleason. rector of St. Francis de Kales Church; Dr. W. Paul Reagor; pastor of the First Christian Church, and Rabbi William M. Stern, leader of Temple Sinai. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH Rav Plare at Monteelto Avs. REV. RONALD MERRIX Rector 8:00 b. m. Holy Communion 1:30 a.m. Church School 11:00 a.m. Mornlns; Prayer Preacher: The Reotor "I BELIEVE IN THE HOLY SPIRIT" 7:80 p.m. TCvenln Servlc Preacher Rev. Kenneth Viall, S. S. J. E. "CRIME" For Your Convenience SSThe TXl other church Eighth nd ItKOINNTNa MAY 6TH WILL CRLF.BRATK THE Choral Eucharist AT 10:30 A. M. Church School, 10:50 Services April 29th Holy Eucharist, 8:00 a. m. CHORAL KL'CHARIST 11:00 a. m. ST. JAMES CHURCH 12th Ave. anil Foothill Blvd. Rev. W. H. !. HATTKHSHILL IteHor 015 n. in. Church School 1 1 :imi H . m. Morning Prayer 11:00 n. in. ist Sunil.-iy), Holy Communion St. Phillip's Chapel Cnpp St. nncl Nlrol Ave. R:0)a. ni. llolv Communion O .'to.'i. in. Church School 9:30,i. in. ( iul Sun), Children's Eucharist ALL SOULS Spruce St. at Cedar St., Ilcrkelov THE REV. TIIKonflRE BELL Rector 1 1 :00 n. ni. "T1IH COSl'KL OF LO VE" 7:30 p. in. The Iv. SHiuylor Pratt "SI. Krancis of Asslsl" ST. MARK'S Bancroft anil Ellsworth HKKK KLEY Cars 6, 6 REV. CHARLES W. LOWRT, Ph.D. Services 7:30, 11 a. m.; N4:30 p. ni. Wednesday, 10:30 a. m. jChrtrrh School. !I:30 a. m. TCHRIST CHURCH (h-arvd at SantaClai 'Alameda Rev. HertHj Shirks Rectoi-8 a. in.. 1 1 a. m., I p. m, PHILOSOPHICAL COSPER'S PHILOSOPHICAL CHURCH 1222 Lnke Shore Avenue Oakland. California TK mplchfir 81 29 Sunday. April 29. 8:00 P. M. Church Service Lfcturp by BISHOP WILBERT h LEROY COSPER - Siihjoot: "What Is Meant by The Truth?" Wednesday, May 2, 8:00 P. M. Testimonials Inspirational Lecture by BISHOP COSPER Free Divine Treatments at every moetlnR Pastor, Rev. Hattie Philpott Assistant Pastor Rev. John Kooy Literature and information mailed free upon request The Public Is Invited ADVENTISTS "Great World Change Coming When? What Will It Be Like?" Sunday evening eubject at the ADVENTIST CHURCH 531 23th St., near Telegraph At. Bv Pastor E: F. Peterson. Tople t"ba Illustrated, feervlc til ong at 7:3 p. m. You ar Invited and welcome Come and bring otheril .. nr

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