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"i FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1936 THE AL B ANY DI MOC RAT-H ERALD, . ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE Making Light of Darkness LATE, COMPLETE 'E)VS OF NEARBY Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs W. Drink-1 aid motored to Corvallis Sunday where Mr. Drinknrd entered the telegraphic Morning Orcgonian Mr. and Mrs. Roe Phillips made a business trip to Stayton last Sat- ; urday. They visited nt the home of i Mr. and Mrs. Thursten Thomas be- hall." They spent the night with relatives returning home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker spent Sunday with Mrs. Whitaker's CHURCH ESI ' ? u f f i f imjajj. t jam mflP XFhflllHfiPHOODS . i ,sfi'ij HaUev ! ' """. : Halscy. Miss Doris Jones of the Church of Christ won first place in a Bible verse contest last week when the Willamette district held Church of the Brethren V '"Salem Road and Pine St. . - J. D. Miller, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. The Bible says "Study to show thyself approved unto God." You are welcome to this study of the Word of God. Come. . Morning 'worship, 11 a. m. Yfcm- "A Snnl tnr " 9:45 a. m., Earle Horning, superintendent; Mary Magers, platform superintendent. Classes for every age. Morning worship and communion 11 a. m. Special music. Sermon: "The Hour of Decision." All C. E. societies will meet at 6:30. Slides on "Passion Week in it finals. She will now represent iieie aaiwuay iu cuiu mi ; week. visiting his sisters. the district in the state meet held "?r. ",hfr H- C. Davis, who took Mr- and Ml.s T H Quigley made 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ed S. Bowers and later. . sick Friday evening. . a trip to stayton on Sunday to the little Rose were in Albany on busl- Miss Doris Brock was surprised . RAr ",ndJMf- Adrain Smith went home ot Mr Bnd Mrs Gilbert Fin- ness Tuesday. Friday evening by nine of her j? ?kl -,V ,,e'' c-.i? SP . loy where the Lester Quigley fam- Mr. and Mrs. John O'Keefe and schoolmates on the 18th anniver- '".e "ay Mrs. , m ., Pnrents- ily are recovering from injuries re- small son of Portland spent Sat-sary of her birth. Present were Le- ""J.."1.1''- Tuthill. I ceived in a recent auto accident, urday night as guests of Mrs. Roy Wade, Irene Davis, Carl Wil-', An "c"l board meeting of the, Tho M)0 L.ard pill.,y held al the o'Keefc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. liams, Iona Bullis, Darlene Rich- local Church of Christ will be held homo of t)l0 Trollingi-r Brothers Will Harrison, and of her brother aids. Sam Brock. Walter Pelham, next . Sunday morning and all last Saturday was well attended, and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Stralev, Earl Wright, the nymbers are asked to be present. High score wcnt 0 m,.s, c. L. Rex Harrison. Phillip is remaining honored guest, Miss Doris Brock, The, new minister, Rev. Elsworth Donohuc and son Ralph. Low here until Mrs. O'Keefe's school Is and Mr. Brock. Coulter, and wife of Eugene will score went to Mrs, olive Puidy cut in the spring. She teaches at John Miller of Halsev was hon- mve into the parsonage at once, and soni .Bonneville, orcd by his daughter, Mrs. Harold having decided not to continue Miss Vcra Carson of Albany i Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Howell Stevenson, at H'arrisburg Sunday lhe,r studies for the spring term. spen( tnp wockCnd nt the homo of were called to Portland recently by Youn people's meeting, 7 p. m. Arv wm De snown in tne oase-Thes young people have real live ment- . , subjects for discussion. You mayl Evening praise and worship, 7:30 take part in these discussions, if p. m. Orchestra directed by Mr. sht with the Corvallis Gun club, He broke 25 out of Sunday be-i fore he broke 25 of 25. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Stalnaker of Atlvv nni Cnnrhv vicitinn Mr ' ' nly .J pl'." muuicr, bus. Licuim ! . ,rs- J-'510 Bond of Eugene was . "l lu!'.1 "'." has received its charter, it arrived aaiuraay rresiaeni . m. uoma announces. Complete- organization will tnke nlnce in a short tune. time. r nrhnm ..., Mr. and Mrs. Barharn contractor """"'"", ,, j- j' tor .'.he "ew f.cho0' building, and t,e ta".dy,vTr', . .. ,Ml!i- Rubv Burt of Maploton was I you like; These young people ex- tend- a sincere welcome to vou Evening worship, 8 p. m. Theme: "In the Shadow of the Cross." - . . . Crawferdsville Wesleyan Methodist Church . D. V. Fendall, Pastor Sunday school in charge of Supt. r : i i n with a birthday dinner in celebra- tion of his 80th milestone. Mrs. George Laubner enter- tained twelve members of Purity n . iu. . .u .... ' I rTn,"' vunu ciuo r.iaay. n ail aav meeting ol tne Wo ' man's Foreign Missionary society i fore returning home. Mrs. Mabel Bowman of Nes- kowin was a weekend visitor at the home of her father. ' Jo,ln Honor accompanied Ed Palon to Portland on Monday on a business trip. James Trolling'er made a busi-1 ness trip lo woodburn one day last her mother and slcptatncr, ivir. Bnd Mrs A, shanks. i ew- nan owjit Acl, c,i r,.,i pnln nf Ku , j ... . gene spent last weekend visiting nis cousin spymour iien. Mr- and Mrs. J. R. Gamble and daughter, Irene, and Oscar Barnes were in Albany Thursday after - noon. Leo Clendenen. Jr., son of Mt. and Mrs. Loo Clendenen, Sr., has. - . .in in vvnitiiKer nome. JiU-k liu.chins. who works in the forest a part ot the year. s vis.t- lori-v u (jui i. ui i,,g his parents, A. llutchins. Mr. and Mrs. : inR his parents, Mr. ana mrs. n L. P. Dawson and daughters, Evelyn and Imogene. spent Sunday in Lebanon ana Sodaville with relatives. Little Billy Knuths is recupcr- ,,.!.. l lh T.pltimnn l.ny-nitlll from i ;1 severe attack of pneumonin. He! ,s U10 iour-ycar-"iu hu" ul iY1, - and Mrs. Harold Knuths. His grandmother, Mrs. U. Larison, l.in, T t' It,,., .nn L-nnn l:.ct Til.., U. nun""" "- ...... n-i j u i, ni.n l U1 .M.I1I.V Willi 1I.-1 ,.'.-... Lawrence, who worns in Aioany. Ash Swale has two new pupils, (he Greenwood girls who enter the fourth and seventh grades. J ....... mil r-l..nmr. nl.rl u-. uuu niin. um i-itimc.itii ...m :j i, ii.oii. , , , I of the Methodist church will be """".v sPm lno wceKcna at mcir held Friday beginning at 10.30 a.homc 111 S"lem- . . . m. at the home of Mrs. B. M. Mil-! Hi,lrv, Chance and son, Glenn, lei- near Rowland. The annual motored to Troutdnle Sunday to ti,.,nL. ff-i mi i ...i Eet a sudoIv of smell now running parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashton near Aioany. This was a family gathering in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ashton's 55th wedding anniversary. Mrs. K. E. Harrison is nursing in the Lake Creek neighborhood, Guv Burson returned from Sa- 1cm Monday where he had been the illness of their daugntcr, Mrs. Dplherta Henderson. Holley Grange met with the Calapooia grange at the Ash Swale community hall on Wednesday and put on ine aegree wui n. mi u Caap00ia grange. A pot luck din put on the degree work for the ner was scrved at noon, Mr Kent deputy grange orgnn- izcr wns jn Ash Swale Monday. ThP Ladies Auxiliary meets with n h.,, -,-!, , TnosHav Anril 7 Thc ,a(lics are settinR a ciuo ,m t0(!ether. A pot luek diner will be served at noon. Fir Grpy Fir Grove-Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Frank Cnrroll and the children spent all day Sunday at the home of Leslie LaForge of Sodaville. Vernon Nash of Sweet Home, who is home on account of flu, has had a setback. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Vipond were Lebanon visitors Saturday. Mrs. D. M. Higbee and fam- jv attended a youth's convention. :in baiem over me wul-r-chu. The rock crusher has been shut iSjoWn on account of snow since tir....n...l-. ixt l.icl icnnlr. KIU C.oa. Hnmn . VClIlOll 1.1IMI. U kjwcv.w . ioi. at p r Illgll BLIIUUI atUlllll, v.o.wm Grove school Friday. GUARDIAN APPOINTED ' Probate Judge J. J. Barrett has appointed L. L. Bilyeu as guard- r-,-. ; r . timi:... nnri nn nn nf his sons. William and Don- - um i" "ii- Morning service at 11 a. m. Rev. r . , . - . ,. . rrank Betzer preaching. Commun-1 Thursday night at 7:30 choir ion service will follow the morn- practice, very important, ing service. I Good Friday services from 12:15 Young people's meeting at 7. to 1:15 in the M. E. church. This Evening preaching service at 8. I service is for the whole communi-The young people's society will ty. Pause from your labors and hold its monthly educational meet- worship in this period representing at the Mitsch home Friday eve- ing the darkness while Jesus was ning, Aril 8. v Ion the Cross. The Sunday school is preparing ' . an Easter program for Easter Sun- First Methodist Episcopal Church it UllMllt.' nuivi 111 iiimii ' iiv.v.ti., . . CIl.lSlvU III llii- llil. Rev. Elsworth Coulter and wife Mrs. El.a Morgan of the Mor-were Sunday guests ot Mr. and gan district spent Sunday at the Mrs. Amos Misnicr una auuuiucr, - "'"' The Church of Christ will have Jlu "ini-ii "i vun.-i vn, Ilea nis ol light that wheel across ibe tropical nlgbt sky In a startling iiorihera limits Illusion silhouette the toweling royal palms or in Hawaiian Islands. The amazing spectacle was created by night muu ' euvers of the U. 8. Army searchlights at Honolulu. day. Come and worship With us. W W W W Willamette United Presbyterian ' Church, Oakville - ' : E. J. Clark, Minister 10:30 a. m. Bible school, Mrs. Floyd Lamb, superintendent. M's Sunday school Easter program ,1,p '"orning ot April 12. -Mr- and Mrs. Elbert lsi.m mo- its Sunday school buster program -n:iiu a. m. Morning worsniD. memocrs, ann special rausit. Anthem, "Hear My Cry O Lord" I 6:30 p. m. Epworth leagues, jun-by the choir. Victor Yates, direc- ior and senior chapters, tori Sermon; "The Triumphant En- 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. A try' v : i stereopticon illustrated lecture, 7:36 p.' m. Young people's Chris- "The Passion Play" will be the fca-tian Endeavor. Subject, "How Give ture of the evening service. All are day. Each ladv is asked to bring a covered dish for the noon lunch-i Fred McNeil, Clifford Bass. Rob ert Davidson, Jimmie- Smith and r. o;i i j .... , j M m& lhoOMZ SL.' fCn rtnWn.01d 'I. T-h i.i,. r-,..i, ....; ; ..... ning a meeting to Lake Creek schoolhouse on the evening of April 8 when four I neighboring granges South Ben-' ton, Charity. Junction City and Diamond Hill granges, will assist, i C. F. Hyde. Lane county represen-1 tative to the state legislature, will have a short period on the program and his two daughters. tumbling artists, will be an added ll,.c E-w..nlf r-l. r 1. T I Mis. fcmmett Cook of the Lake. . ..1... V.. . 1.. 1 eral of her relatives Sundnv with a birthday dinner in honor nf nor snn Mnrol's hlrihrinv Thn ib ll.n fnmilv i-n, ni,m .,. m,. and Mrs. Wilbur Evans and three children of Lake Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nixon and two children of Eugene, the honored guest and Mr. and Mrs. Conk. t , Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Evans and three children spent one day the last of the week on a combined business and pleasure trip in Lu- b-ii-. Miss Doris Brock and Llovd Yoder of Harrisburg motored to Portland Sunday to spOid the day there visiting, Harry Harding, who has employment there. William Dusenbcrrv is employed '"Is spring at the Martin Cum- is fielou'ilrs i-ranpn iVniin . be h"ld -i t he , Lii,J,JJ YhJ ' cniuui'ii, ni.i;..iiiji.iii.. w.t - i-i.,;QO a neuhew and -niece. Mr. and Mrs. I aid. who are bene.!1"d"L i. " H.lval Tucker, drove lo the coast; $1000 insurance policy, accord ng Saturday where they attended alto thc petition asking thc court Ourselves to Christ." Leader, Dale cordially invited to an tnese scr-, J.Clark. -. ' vices. ' '.-' -I . ., . m m m Passion Week services will be Pentecostal Assembly of God held each evening of the coming . 223 East Second St. week, at 7:30 p. m. An exposition .Alan H. Banks, Pastor . of the events and their signifi- Friday, 7:30 p. m. Praise service, cance of the last week of our Mrs. Banks, will preach. Subject: iour's life on earth, will be the "Jesus." . ...... -1 substance of this week's services. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Supt. On Good Friday, April 10, a John Nelson is looking for a rec- union service will be held in our ord attendance, you are cordially . church at 12:15-1:15 p. m. at which invited to attend. I the speakers will be Rev. Virgil 11 a. m. Worship service. Mes- Halbig and Rev. W. R. Augsburger. sage, "Behold, Thy King Cometh." . Rev. E. C. Hicks, president of the Special music. Albany Ministerial Association, 6:3Q p. m. Children's sand-table will be the chairman of the meet-hour. "Christ ambassadors." Adult , ing, and various other ministers hour of prayer. will take part. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock! The Women's Home Missionary the pastor will begin a series of Society will meet at the home of messages on "The Cross," and con-. Mrs. Chas. Bear, 735 W. 6th. St. tinuing through the week. Special on Wednesday, April 8, at 2:30 p. music at each service. , i m. Mrs. Cogshall will be assistant The messages for each evening hostess. Mrs. Cowles will lead the are: Sunday evening, "The Christ devotions and Mrs.' Tripp will proof the Cross": Monday, "The Light sent the program. rianre at the 1 laewaier uraugi rv? toted to Minerva last Thursday and remained until Mindav visit- ing their daughter, Mrs. William Mr.idows. and husband. r-.,lrl ii,riitl.nr with llio prnillld white with snow Sunday morning ana snow iiurries an nay iviuim.iv, did not keep the grossbeaks from -j" their annual pilgrimage to the vai- 1..., -Tl..,., Horn nhiminr. :.ilv iUHl ilS Ull-ll.V da t-v.-l wim int. ......'. Ln...ii i.. ...Ill, 4 tmr Blll;,y ,11.'" Ifll fiiv.ii ...i.i.-.. Jimmie Hamer had ine moasies ov-r the weekend. William Vannice, principal of a school near Prineville. neenmpan-. . ., ,...! ... . .. It II,,., lea menus in mi; vuni-j, nv.n n.. j . i O.....I.... i wei.-r.enn aim i.oi.-iu ouui.i.i.y n,,. vi.-iling his father, J. 11. Vannii-e, and sisters, Roberta and Edna. Mrs. George Starr was ill over m nwki-nrt. r-l.nl.,o njTi, .....,-! .-..li.iin.nnin Munger s ,ul.nrd out to bc measlre, which n ado thoir .,ppcai ancc the last of ,i. ,.,nPi West Scio West Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Carl ; W. Bragg of Woodburn made business visit here last week. They wrre dinner guests nt thc home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Inman while Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Inman and daughter visited for n few days with relatives in Portland last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Funk were recent Albany visitors. Mrs. J. L. Arnold accompanied Mrs. Clarence Leffler of Scio lo Albany where they visited relatives and did shopping. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Holteen of Salem accompanied by her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eckelberry of lone, Ore., were callers Sunday arte.rnoon at the home of Mr. and Mis. Ralph Pus-chel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senz were Salem visitors recently. i I , ' ALWAYS GOOD COFFEE ......Ka ii.i ... i.t-u. uunv v-it.-i.. Ill l l . I Miss lone Miller, daughter of Mrs. E. R. McCrae of Albany was Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph' Miller, has a visitor Monday forenoon at the, been elected to teach the Brush homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Quig-Creek school above Brownsville lev. with M-J-B offers you something natty Jiffertnl to make your coffee actually bttttr it any strength. Thc "Strength Essential" is a constant richness of true coffa flavor which permits even the mildest coffee to be full-flavored. We guarantee every cn. FUU FLAVOl AT ANT STBENQTH Cleffman. Choir and special vocal numbers directed by Linden Lau ner. Sermon: "The Unpardonable Sin." A hearty welcome is extended to all. - - Official board meeting Monday at 7:30 in the chruch. Wednesday night at 7:30, study class, and devotional service of Third and Ellsworth Sts. Thomas D. Yarnes, Minister 9.45 a. m. church school. A good corps of teachers and classes for all ages, and graded instruction. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Baptism of children and reception of Church of God Fourth and Lyon Sts. Rev. Irene Buckle, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching. 11 a. m. in the evening at 7:30 the pastor will speak on "Sacrifices and Their Cost." Illustrations will De usea, also a pantomime, entitled "The Sinner and the Song" will be given. - This will be the first of a series of illustrated sermons given this month. Watch for next week's subject. ' A welcome is extended to all. Grace Mennonite Church Fourth and Main Sts W. R. Augsburger, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. Classes for all ages: Dr. J. N. Widmcr, acting superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. The Dastor will bring a message on the theme, "Bringing Back the King." r BV willi VY JiL.U Ferguson WE NEVER. . SEE THE . SUN WHERE IT IS, BUT WHERE IT WAS, AGO IT TAKES EIGHT AM MUTES ran ITS LIGHT TO REACH THE EARTH. C ItM tr NU KimCC IMC. ANCIENT cgvpt; doctors not onlv webc expected to cure their, patients. but also to rid THEIR HOMES , OF SNAKES AND kVECWA. next school year. She graduates r,.nm Ikn r-n,f..n Clnn T..-....I ... Monmouth this spring. ...: ,';.., ,h .,,' rrnnlr Mrs. Bessie Quimby has been i. . . .... . ' . school next winter. She has taught at the Buscy school for the past two years. William L. Nicholas, local depot agent, received word a few days a(j0 ( the serious illness of his aged father, William Nicholas, at Llgin, Neb. Little hope of his recovery is held. He is 76 years of age. Mrs. E. Claire Miller went to Yachats last Friday to spend this week visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Griffith. of -the Cfoss";.Tuesday. "The Di- l vision of the Cross": Wednesday "The Power of the Cross"; Thurs day,-"The Victim of the Cross"; Friday, "The World and the Cross"; Sunday, 11 a. m., "The Order and the Glorv of the Res-1 urrectlon"; 2:30 p. m.. Pastor A. R. Dollarhide of Corvallis will speak; 7:30 p. m.. "The Power of the Res urrection." . ' St. Peter's Episcopal Church Sixth and Lyon Sts. ;- D. Vincent Gray. Vicar Evening service, Sunday, 7:30 p.m. . .Wednesday, 11 a. m Holy Communion. Friday, 2 p. m., Good Friday service. . , Easter Day, Holy Communion 'at 8 a.m. - ' ' - Church of Christ Broadalbin and Fourth Sts Only two more Sundays in this I .Tuesday, 7 p. m. and Wednesday, I m:ju p. m. The church welcomes you every Lord's day of the year. v- - Interdenominational Church " Fourth and Ferry Sts. H. H. Hubbell, Pastor Sunday school hour at 10 a. m. each Sunday morning. W. C. Burk-hart, superintendent. Classes for . The pastor's sermons will be orH the following subjects. 11 a. m.,' wasiea t-rayers cju p. m., "buiii without Hands." Young people's society meets at: 6:30 p. m. Miss Ruth Hamilton, ' pres. ; All cordially made welcome to all these services. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Free Methodist Church Eighth and Sherman Sts. V. M. Abbott, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m Young people's hour at 6:30 p. m. Lvangelislic service at 7:rfu p. m. Weekly prayer meeting or! Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend these services. ' First Presbyterian Church M. M. Stocker, Minister ,",;L, for all ages. Adult classes taught by Dr. Lee, Dr. Breen and Mrs.' f,i. Crichlnn. Mrs. Daniel Free - man, superintendent. Morning worship nt 11. Communion, baptism and reception of members. Thc choir under direc. .tion of Mrs. Roy Worley will sing VO Lamb of God" (Stainer)'. Mr. James Jenks will sing "The Palms" (Faure). Organ numbers by; Fred Neal. Young people's societies will .meet at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30. Tho pastor will preach. Special music. The annual congregational and busineess meeting will be held Tuesday evening at 6:30. Covered dish supper, election of officers, reports of all organzations and social hour. All members of the congregation and friends are cordially invited. Good Friday services at thc Methodist church Friday from 12:15 to 1:15 conducted by -the ministers of the city. Mid-week Bible study class meets Wednesday at 6:30, using the Gospel of Mark. PIONEER SERIOUSLY ILL "Aunt" Rebecca Morris of Scio who was 03 last September, a pioneer of 1847, and queen of the Linn County Pioneer association since 1927, is reported seriously ill. She is at the home of her son Ira Morris, in Portland. She is said to be thc sole survivor ol the original settlers in the San-tiam country. 13B!iMmmm8nmCT.B;l LOS ANGELES 555 ROOMS BATHS Ofa Most convenient eooammodtlura Ofk Finest meals Grfl Tavern CoffM Easy chairs, sleep-lnspirlnq beds loqs rooms with luxurious fittings Unsurpassed service ord luxury ore yours al amazingly low cost HOTEL CLAIR K. V.G.hMOKRISSJffK C A. ''V rryiillll ! .JSt '".IS ! ; I pastor's message. Special music. Thursday, 7:3U p. m. f rayer ser- vice and Bible study. Read Isaiah 40-48. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. , Christian Science Society Sunday morning services at 11. Subject of lesson sermon, "Unreality." ' Wednesday, 8 p. m. testimonial meetings. Sunday school for pupils up to the age of 20, 9:45 a. m. The reading room which is in uic uiuiui iiuuu h .? nesaay aim r naay num i iu p. m. All are welcome. Immanuel Lutheran Church R. Heins, Pastor Confirmation exercises will be held Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. Walther league meets tonight at 8 p. m. j No Saturday school this weekend. There will be no Wednesday Lenten services this week. Instead services will be on Good Friday at 8 p. m. During this service the Lord's Supper will be celebrated. Preparatory services begin at 7:30 p. m. - . . Evangelical Church First and Pine Sts. E. C. Hicks, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Oscar Swander. superintendent. Classes and teachers for all. You are most cordially invited. Preaching by pastor at 11 a. m. Rnhii.r.1 -Thp Pnrnnjitinn Duv " Special by choir. Sunday evening 6:30 junior, intermediate and seniors. Preaching at 7:30. Subject, "The Greatness of Jesus." Special by choir. Mrs. Henry Moulton, pianist. Monday evening. 7:30, church board meeting; 8, Sunday school board. It is requested that all persons who should come will be there. Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Women's Missionary society. Place will be announced Sunday. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Both the Senior and junior prayer meetings. Howard Stanton will lead seniors and Lester Horton the juniors. At close of nrayer and praise both groups will meet in church for Bible study. Pastor E. C. Hicks, lead er. Choir practice at close. Thursday evening. 7:JU p. m., will be a candle lighting communion service. All are welcome to anv and all of these services. Friday noon union nrayer services at the M. E. church from 12:15 to 1:15. Friday evening Young People's business and social services at 7:30. All young people are asked to come. Refreshments at close. I'nited Presbyterian Church Fifth and Washington Sts. J. B. Patterson, Minister Bible school. 10 a. m. B. H. Pilaris, superintendent. Beginning a new quarter and a new church year. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Organ selections by Prof. Justin Miller. Choir and anthem. "O Praise Our Lord." (from the Palms by J. Faure). Sermon. "Triumph, Rejection, Victory," a Palm Sunday message. Young people's societies, 6:30 p. m. including juniors, interme diates and advanced groups. Evening service, 7:45 p. m. Youni? oeoolc's choir and anthem. ,Passion week sermon, "And Their Voices Prevailed." Mid-week service for prayer and Bible study on "The Seven Words from the Cross." Choir rehearsals Roux Shampoo Tint Gives Graying Hair a lustrous, Natural "Young ' Look" that all Admire . . . New An Oil Permanent - - 4 WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop Shoe shining in Connection tI5 Lyon St. Phone 679R I . Only two more Sunday in tins j Music by the church choir, campaign. This will be "Bible 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor so-School Decision Day." Quite a , cieties will meet in their respective number will be received into the ! rooms. Church, at the Bible school hour. I 8 p. m. Evening worship. "The Baptismal service will be conduct-1 Cross Viewed From Earth and ed on Easter Sunday. Bible school Heaven!" will be the theme of the Tl Jir' A mVAf ,r I niO VUIXiyjVO (fold M&$m ,j1 (Q),a JE. IN ENGLAND. ! I AT BISHOPS PALACS, : - MERE. WILLI, - THERE IS A II ; GROUP OP ! . SWANS WHICH RING A BELL. j . RS. SERVICE ' hfZ- WHENEVER jTv THCV WANT ; I , i FOOD. I IA A PERSON looking In the direction of IhWun see light tht left that body eight minutes ago. and ilnce that time. th mn haa advanced neadlljr along lit path In tbus'ky. Although light trarels at th easrmou rt of lgt.000 mllfifer second. It must be remembered that the hesd of our solar system 1 about Jl million mllswsy.

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