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Friday, April 10, 1936
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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE FRIDAY APRIL"! 0, 1936 Fathers, Sans NaM j Banquet Wednesday tion to those who do not attend church elsewhere. Wednesday,. 1 p. m. The Ladies Preaching 11:30 a. m. ' At 2:30 p. m. a message will be given and the ordinances ob band. The banquet was served by the home economics class uper-vised by La Verne Hessler, the teacher. Those serving were Susan Bennett, Wanda Coulter, Nellie Noose Is Asked for Mother Aid will meet with Mrs. Jane Os- served. CHURCH ESI ifimmf f 1 1 mi Tin n nt Sweet Home, (Special) Cov ers were laid for fifty at the "Fa Forster. Margaret Petri, Hilda Standish. Virginia Vaughn, Wanda ther and Son" banauet given in the Foele. Beatrice Logsdon, Jessie At 1 p. m. a basket dinner will good. 11th and Calapooia streets, be enjoyed by all. j Covered dish luncheon to be , Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Subject, served. Mrs. P. L. Nash will have "The Scales of Justice," an illus- charge of devotions, trated message. I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Mid-week prayer service 7:30 service. Let us each' support our banquet room at the high school: Myers and Dorothy Kimball at 7:45 Wednesday evening, jonn Turbyne, president of the student IJefferSOIt Makes new post by our attendance. p. m. All are welcome. Extensive improvements are being made in the Odd Fellows building on the second floor. A new dining room and kitchen are being added, and the new regalia closet is being built, also a lava-, tory. Some improvements are being made in the Evangelical church' building. Partitions will be built in the balcony making two class-, rooms for the primary and junior ; classes of the Sunday school. The Booster funds received on the First Sunday of each month are being' used for these improvements. The Tyson confectionary build-' ing has also been remodeled. The building has been raised and the, interior redecorated adding a modernistic color scheme of aluminum and Chinese red. A new lunch, counter and booths added along the wall. A sanitary kitchenette. Many Improvements ladies of the community are invited to attend. 7:30 p. m. Prayer service and Bible study. Read Isaiah 49-57. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. lUUUy, UlllU Ha wuauijnai,;. um. gave the address of welcome. Rev. John Rittermcyer responed and sjJoko on "Ideals of a Perf ect Son." Superintendent M. R. Thompson Cnwfordavllle Wnleyan - Method fart Church D. V. Fendall, Pastor The Sunday school will render an Easter program Sunday morning beginning at 10:30. Everyone is invited. Jefferson. (Special) A ber of impi'ovements are OI impi-uvemcms are led the eroun sineine of old limeiDcr Deing "d choruses Gordoa Cor-! Jn e '. songs and Tangent Methodist Church Dr. Jouett P. Bray, Pastor Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Sunday, April 19, 7:30, p. m. A group of students from Linfield college- will give a Biblical play, "Were You There?" .- Willamette United Presbyterian Church Church. Oakville E. J. Clark. Minister 10:30 a. m. Bible school. M. S. The ldoalis of,"" "V v. .-" Pentecostal Assembly of God 223 East 2nd St. Alan H. Banks, Pastor Friday at 7:30 p. m. Special service. Message; "The World and the Cross." Easter Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday school, appropriate observations of Easter. John Nelson, su- ner gave a toast to Sunday evening at 7 p.' m. the street is being razed and a small barn and garage will be built from the lumber of the old barn. young people's missionary band Pierce Jenks, superintendent.' This a Perfect Father." , Rex Putnam of Albany was the guest speaker of the evening. In tiis Thn rlnuinclnit'o frtnme ol 1,a UT the Resurrection wi be shown. a welcome for yourself and fam-Preaching service will follow. !nv . pcrintendent. We heartily invite address, he stressed the blessings l. Cobb house has been remodeled, of freedom and the splendid op- j The partition separating the front portunitics for the youth of today,. naU and ijvn(! r00m has been re- Preaching at 11 a. nday evening the young people i you to come. Coon, superintendent. Special number Philomatheon class Easter built to resemble a small cottage' "The Risen Christ." 11 a. m. A worship service. Spec- Hc mentioned the benefits ol gel- m0Vcd. and an arch has been built comDletc with doors, windows and uuruie uie eleven o ciock no r :.i i : u.. i : .... theie will be christening of infants ; f christians who wish God's ment, under Uie direction of Mrs, an5als. 5,ee,eptlon of members. best ..The 0l.der and Glory of the . J. S. Taylor. together meetings for the youths, between the living room and din-1 roof, occupies one side of the room, and adults, and urged a closer re-jng room and thcsc rooms have! which adds a new atmosphere to. lationship between fathers andbcn rc-decorated. the confectionery. fV will have charge of a pie-Easter service' at the church. Come and 'worship with us. .' Church of Christ Broadalbin and Fourth Sts. ' -Virgil F. Halbig, Pastor Easter services will begin with m.Pm T Bue meets ai p. m. Rcsurrection." The brethren from I 11:30 a. m. Morning worship. Mr. Marlow Jenks president. I ... . ...mi u- f:i.T-. r i, vnm Mrs. Victor Yatos, pianist. The -- " """" the day. I The guests were invited to the) gymnasium at the close of the pro- I gram, to attend a band concert given by the Lebanon high school jj.uiiiB nuur inis program is i p. m. Luncheon. choir will render the anthems "Sweetly the Birds Are Singing,' a "sunrise service at 6 a. m. This ueiiiB uii aiieeu uy ivus. i,orcn icr- ,.n Pnstor A worship will close at 7. Breakfast j J ""uciur ui me nipn hid 0f rorvallis will speak. by Goodrich: "Hosanna" by 6:30 p. mi Children's sand table Adams; and the "Ressurection win ue - served oeiween i ana o ini"v"v" ,a ulu uhu the basement. Our young people 'every individual would be wel-are in charge of the sunrise meet- corned in some church especially hour. Christ's ambassadors. Adult Morn" by Galbraith. Offertory YOU hour of prayer. "Cansome Amorosa. Trio. "Wel- 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. 'come Happy Morning" by Mrs. El-Soecial music. "The Power of the , mer Sherer. Mrs. J. S. Taylor and ing, and a line worship service has ' udy hpn nrrnnpfvl TTrnm R tn R'lfl will I be SDent in silent maver. Two Church of the Brethren Resurrection." Mrs. Victor Yates. Sermon, "The Pine St. and Salem Rd, While the state attempted m end her tn the gallnw on charges of slaylnx her son. Or Charles Warren Du BnU. 4t l.ns Angeles physician, Mrs C.rnc Du Bols. above. 60. sot emotion, less In the courtroom .inshaken even by testimony ol another son. Ted. that she had inert lo exterminate the family Mrs. Du Bols claimed a stranger shot ber son accidentally. Wednesday, 1 p. m. Pray meet-1 Real Spirit of Easter." ine. 7:30 r. m. Y. P. C. E. The siib Wednesday and Friday, 7:JU p.. jeet, "The Message of Laster." ine m. Praise and prayer meetings. leader, Jean Williamson. .-- J. D. Miller,' Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday school. A wonderful place where right living is taught. Come and help us make it a better Sunday school. A class for all ages. Graded lessons. ' . First Presbyterian Church : M. M. Stocker. Minister m m m 9 Shedd United Presbyterian Church F. H. McMeekin, Minister Sabbath school, 10 a. m. Vera Duncan, superintendent. Sundav school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Adult classes taught State-wide BANKING SERVICE FOR Men and women who transact business in other parts of the state, make frequent business trips to Portland or have other occasions for requiring banking facilities in Oregon communities other than Albany, find the state-wide facilities of The First National most convenient and helpful. We invite you to use oil the services of this bank both locally and in every community where we can serve you. C. M. Howard, Manager. be by Dr. Breen, Dr. Lee and Mrs. Special Easter numbers to civen during S. S. hour. I Geo. Crtchton. Mrs. Daniel Free, 11 a. m. Worship period. Theme, "The Power of the Resurrection." 7 p. m. The young people will give an Easter program. Something new and sure to please. First Methodist Episcopal Church Third and Ellsworth Sts. Thomas D. Yarnes, Minister 9:45 a. m. Church school. Classes special - vocal numbers, and two talks will be given. Bible school 9:45. Classes for every age. Bring the entire family for this great occasion. Baptismnl service will be at. 10:15 a. m. and a the close of the evening service. Preaching and communion at 11. Special music,, devotions and sermon, "The" Resurrection."" Reception-of new members. 6. -30 p: m. All C. E. societies will meet. -All arc invited to attend these meetings. 7. -30 orchestra, led by Mr. Cleff-man. Easter cantata under the direction of Linden Launer. The cantata is composed of solos, duets and special Easter 'music by the choir. Sermon, "No Time to Think of Religion.'' Baptismal service. A most cordial invitation is extended to the general public. ' man. superintendent. Easter morning worship at 11. Morning worship, li a. m, uo-jeet, "A Journey from the Cross to the Tomb." Easter sermon at 11 a. m. Subject: "The Only Sign." Evening hour. "The Two Resurrections." Baptismal service at 5 o'clock Sundiy evening. Young people's prayer meeting at 7 p. m. Immanucl Lutheran Church R. Heins, Paster Easter services will be hold at Processional by the choir. Special music will include, "In the End of Christian Endeavor, 7:30 p. m. Presbytery and Presbyterial ; the Sabbath" (Speaks); "Sanctus for all ages. meet here April 14 and 15. Opens and Benedictus" (Gounod) and a April 14 at 2 o'clock. Presbytery solo by Dr. Gatchell. Baptism and will be held in parsonage. Dr. ! reception of members. The minis- 11 a. m. Morning worship. An Easter service with special music "Life tlernai. ter will soeak on 11 a. m. Sunday with special mu- QUr I Harper of Corvallis will speak by the choir. Sermon subject: Risen Lord. 1 uesaay evening ai popular meeting at 8 o'clock. 6:30 p. m. Epworth leagues. and senior chapters. 7:30 p. m. Easter cantata, sung The young people s societies will sic. meet at 6:30. Sunday school meets at the reg- Evening worship at 7:30. We wil ular hour 10 a. m combine a devotional and musical. r.-j ' ..i ,ni k service with a reception for the1. Good Friday services wi 1 bo members, received into the church held tonight at 8 p.-m. During this yea?. Mrs. Lyle Bain, violinist these services the Lord s Supper will play, Mrs. Marvel Hickman will, be celebrated Preparatory will sing "All in the April Eve-1 services begin at 7:30 p. m. I by the choir. First Baptist Church - Fifth and Lyon Sts. Rev. E. A. Junker, Pastor 7 p. m. B. Y. P. U. Easter services and breakfast. 9:45 a. m. Bible school. E. E. The Wesleyan Service Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. Glenn Dull, 1236 Cottage St.. on Tuesday Start the day right on Wings of the Morning Schilling Coffee! . Start tight in the kitchen. Start with the right coffee . ' the correct coffee made specially for the method you use. Schilling has it for you. There are two kinds. One for drip. One for percolator. Schilling Coffee i..4 ..n-innn pi-,n. ntnp" fni!rkl. The wives OI inei iJtxt luesuay ui o p. .... uiv ALBANY BRANCH The FIRST NATIONAL BANK JV.CllQU... aUlillllliUlurill. - - - - - o v .... .... - .... -,, , for all ages Special Easter pro-1 trustees, Mrs. Franz Pfeiffer, chm. Sunday school teachers will meet gram, I nnd the APril eroup, Mrs. Wm. for regular teachers meeting. 11 n. m. Morning worship. Sub-1 Bacon, chm. will have charge of; Church council will meet Fri-ject: "Is God in a Grace?" Special the social hour and lieht refresh- day, April 17, at 8 p. m. music: violin solo, "To Spring" by ments. The music in thli church is , Regular quarterly meeting of the Grieg, Gordon Sternberg; mixed in charge of Mrs. Roy Worley and congregation will take place Sun-quartet, "Christ Arose by Mrs. i Fred Neal, organist. j day at 2 p. m., April 19. I OP PORTLAND Grace Mennonite Church Fourth and Main Sts. ,"W". R. Augsburger, Pastor 10 a. m Sunday school. A hearty welcome awaits young and old at our Sunday school every Lord's Day morning. Dr. J. N. Widmer, superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. The theme of the Easter message by the Pastor will be the "Words of the Risen Saviour." Communion service. Plan to meet with your risen Lord today... . ... ,, . 7 p. m. The Christian Endeavor societies will meet-in , their-, respective rooms. . , 8 p. m. Musical program conveying the Easter message. This program is sponsored jointly by the Sunday school and , the church choir. Thursday. 2 cm. The 'Ladies' evening, April 14 at 8 p. m. A District Ladies Aid rally is to be held at Monroe on Tuesday, April 14. to which all ladies of the church are invited. The Ladies Aid of our church will meet in the basement of the church on Wednesday, April 15, for their regular meeting. The fellowship dinner will be held at the church at 6:30 p. m. This is the culmination our Church Loyalty campaign, and all are invited to come and bring their baskets and their families. "OlDHf NATONAt SANK WSI 0 IHf OOCKirS" Loren Wilson, Judith Severson, I Jvua-weeic bidic siuoy win ui.-: Mr v. v. Mnienn and Mr Phil held Wednesday evening at 6:30 Lehman. This is the first service, using the last chapter of Mark. I Dpit ,ii ,hl bN w lnyrJ by thm rwl Jylt limnnot CfnrUlii. A cordial welcome awaus you ai by our new pastar. Come and give the church of your choice. Christian Science Society Sunday morning services at 11. ' Subject of lesson sermon, "Arc Sin, Disease and Death Real?" Wednesday, 8 p. m. testimonial meetings. - Sunday school for pupils up to the age of 20, 9:45 a. m. The reariine room which is in him a hearty welcome. 6:30 B. Y. P. U. Gordon McLaren, leader. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Subject: "Shall We Live Again?" Special music, trio, "He Arose,' Interdenominational Church Fourth and Ferry Sts. H. H. Hubbell, Pastor Easter Sunday, special program Church of God Fourth and Lyon Sts. Rev. Irene Buckle, Pastor Sunday school 10 a. m. - Easter program 10:30 a. m.' 11:30 a.m. McClain'in the Sunday school hour, 10 to Judith Severson, Neta the chufch building is open Wednesday and Friday from 2 ' to 4 Missionary society will hold their feeolar monthly meeting 'in ' the to and Mrs. Matson 11, under the 'direction of Miss I We wish to extend an invita- Ruth Hamilton. main auditorium of the church. All There Is No Charge! m. All are wclome. ,'..,.. Evangelical Church First and Pine Sis. . ' ' . -E. C. Hicks, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Oscar Swander, superintendent. Classes for all ai!cs. Special Easter services today. The choir will put on a special program. Mrs. Mnude Pratt Lewis' will sing "The Holy City" at the morning service. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, The Facts and' Importance of Christ's Resurrection." Young people, intermediates and juniors will meet in their respective places at 6:30 p. m. - 0 "olfo) JUUll At 7:30 there win oe specials Dy the. choir and Mrs. Maude Pratt Lewis is expecting to again honor us with a special, bermon by pastor, subject, "The Hope of the Wednesday p. m. the Ladies Aid will meet at the social hall on Pine street. At 2:30 a "pot luck" lunch will be served. Ora Shcelcr, pres ident. Wednesday evening. 7:30 p. m. Prayer, praise and Bible study. E. C. Hicks, Howard Stanton and Lester Horton are the leaders. Come and study the Bible with us. - m w United Presbyterian Church Fifth and Washington Sts. J. B. Patterson, Minister Bible school. 10 a. m. B. H. Pharis, superintendent. Classes for all. Morning service, 11 a. m. Organ selections, Prof. Justin Miller. Easter anthom's by choir, "O Morn of Beauty" (From Finlandia by mm CAR MAKERS RECOMMEND IT ..SavefUfCott! 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The book itself is a cooperative work, undertaken with the object of providing an up-to-date reference guide to the business and professional structure, institutions and organizations of the community. Upon completion publication will be made in the columns of The Democrat-Herald. The directory wil then be issued in book form, classified and alphabetically arranged, so that the information Can be had at a glance. The first pages of the book will contain useful information pertaining to the county in general, followed by a handy guide and reference to the business and professional interests of Albany and Linn County. There will be no display advertising of any kind in t'.ij Directory. ' All type will be uniform in size and alphabetically arranged as to classification and name. In order to make FREE distribution possible to the public a nominal listing charge of $3.00 is being made to those who wish a business or professional card included in this work. No personal solicitation will ' be made. However, an invitation will be extended by. telephone to all business and professional people, to cooperate in getting out this representative directory. .". . ' ' IF YOUR NAME IS NOT LISTED IN THE PHONE BOOK AS A IUSINESS TELEPHONE OR IF YOU WISH FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING THIS DIRECTORY o Cc&43ov 431 Directory Dept. I!- ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD o drews) and young women's trio, Ruth Davis. Elaine Chandler and Marguerite Kelly. Sermon, "Eter nal Morning. Young people's societies, 6:30 lLLIj p. m. Easter topic in all tnrcc Evening service, 7:15 p. m. presenting the Easter cantata, "The Glory of tho Garlen" sung by the young peoples choir directed by Miss Blanche Cohen and baritone solo. "Open the Gates of the Temple," by Boyd Thrift., -A : Mid-week seryice, , Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer and Bible study. Meeting of Oregon Presbytery and Women's Presbyterial at Shedd, Ore., beginning at 2 p. m. Tuesday, through Wednesday. Free Methodist Church ' Eighth and Sherman Sis. V. M. Abbott, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. I Preaching services at 1 1 a. m. Young people's hour at 6:30 p. m.- 1 Evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. gear oils regularly. Go to your nearest Stop-Wear dealer today for complete Stop -Wear Lubrication Service. Drain old gear oils and refill with correct grade Union friction' proof Lubricants. It, will cost you but little, and will add to the pleasure, safety, and economy of your spring and summer motoring. Stop-Wear Lubrication Service i available throughout Pacific Coast States end Western Canada. di:;::i oil company You are cordially Invited to come and worship with us. RiMOVID WITH CASTOR Oil CORNS Kai nwdbr d dtnfrrffui riurt and tluaT em CO - ptdt A n liquid call! NOXaCoKN mwIi eatn la 44 MtaudJ. Dim op Ui prftklMl rem or raltua. rnauina pur Mr oil. ImUm and Mrn-aipirln. 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