The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on January 29, 1938 · Page 5
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News of Social Activities SATURDAY. TANUARY 29. 1938 Miss Dorothy Barnhouse Weds Raymond F. Ryan Today Reception and Tea Follows Quiet Ceremony This Afternoon at 2=30 at St. Mary's Parsonage; Miss Helen Buck Weds Canton Man fMi Barnhouse, 'latter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas of 1121 South ave, SE, will become the bride of S £• yan< *?7 0 ™ M , r - * nd . Mrs - p - J - R - van - of 506 6th *° , this afternoon at 2:30 at a quiet ceremony in St Mary's mr sonage. The Rev. Edward Ubbe will perform th e ccremon " Miss Barnhouse will be attended by her sister, Miss Kathleen Barnhouse and James H. Seifert, a classmate of the groom at i\otre Dame university, will serve as best man The bride will wear a smart ruby red velvet suit fashioned street length with a lace blouse and her accessories will be in ruby red. bhe will carry a lace hand kerchief belonging to her maternal grandmother. A corsage of Talisman roses and swau- souia will complete her costume. Blue velvet will be worn by Miss Barnhouse with a hat of the same material and a corsage ot Golden Charm roses. ' _ A wedding reception and tea for members of the immediate lamilies and friends wll follow at the Barnhousc residence All appointments of the tea table 'wilt be in the traditional bridal u i e> £,, bndc ' s cake and tall white tapers will be used. Miss Helen Rhine and Miss Helen Heffelfinger will pour. Mr. Ryan and his bride will leave later in the day on a wedding trip, the destination of which has not been made known and about March b will occupy a new residence in Taggart ave XJ? J he bride is a graduate of Washington High school and has' been employed at the Lincoln Pharmacy for a number of years The groom after graduating from Washington High school completed his education at Notre Dame university. Gifts of silver, crystal, lamps, linens, furniture and several substantial checks are arranged in' a room at the bride's home .Miss Barnhouse has been much entertained by her friends. WEDS THIS MORNING IN CANTON The marriage of Miss Helen Buck and Arthur S. King took place this morning at 9. in St. John's Catholic church at Canton,: the Rev. Fr. Martin officiating. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Buck, of Cherry rd., XW, and the groom a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. King, of Canton. The bride wore an attractive three piece costume, a new spring ensemble, of navy blue and dusky rose with a shoulder corsage of Hollywood roses and sweet peas. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwisler, of this city. Mrs. Zwisler wore a tailored ensemble of rust and green and a corsage' of Talisman roses. A wedding breakfast was served at Silver Maples and a wedding supper will be served at the residence of the bride's parents for 30 guests. Many beautiful gifts have been received by the bride. For the present the bride and groom will be at home to their friends at 135 Kensington. cr.,"X\V, Cantpn, where the groom is a member of the Canton Fire department. WEDDED AT ST. TIMOTHY'S CHURCH Miss Omar Virginia Appleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bi I). Appleton, and John Paul Graves, son of Mr. and Mrs;' A. D. Graves, of Parkview st., XE, were married this morning iri St T.imothy's,;Episcopa.L church. The, Rev. Dr. J. R.. Stalker officiated. The attendants w-ere Mrs. Edward Heinbuch. a sister of the bride, and Dr. William G. Stover, of Cleveland, cousin of the groom. The bride wore an afternoon costume of aqua crepe with THE EVENING INDEPENDENT MASSILLON. OHIO f .&f. M&tSt \ Meetings, Club Calendars •—— — . .._ FIVE IMPISH HATS ARE INSPIRED "w—^ -*•»- *»- — __ HTTE, E brown accessories and corsage of gardenias. Mr. and Mrs. Graves left this morning for Chicago where they will spend several months. Alpha Sigma Guild. Mrs. Ted Roth, Mrs. A. M Wilson and Mrs. Arvlne Myers were hostesses at the January meeting of Alpha Sigma Guild, of Faith liutheran churc'n Friday evening, in the church parlors Mrs. Paul Rice had the devotionals and read an interesting article on China written by Frank S. Mead, and entitled, "We Discover China". Plan Social Mrs. Clarence T. Miller' presided at the business meeting and appointed Mrs. Merville P. Myers, Mrs. William Eberhart and Mrs. Dale Kreiger as the visiting committee. Mrs. Luther Finefrock invited the guild and their L,. husbands and friends to her home in 736 ).7th st., NE, on Friday evening Feb. 11, for a social. Mrs. Clarence Heimsoath, Mrs. M. J. Alpers, Mrs Eberhart and Mrs. Marie Kreiger will assist Mrs. Finefrock in entertaining The annual report of the treasurer was read by Mrs. Donald Leyman and the pledge for the year was voted upon. Clever contests were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. G. C. Kuenzli, Mrs. Ralph Creter and Mrs. Eberhart. Valentine Appointments Valentine appointments were used In the table decorations and the centerpiece was an arrangement of hearts and tall red candles. Covers were laid for 20. Mrs. Carl Berg, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Merville Myers will be hostesses at the next meeting, of Friday evening, Feb. 25. Held Recital for Piano Pupils Miss Gena Slusser held a recital for her pianc pupils Thursday evening at her residence in 3rd st., NE. Those taking part in the program included Noreen and Margaret Johnson, \da May Farrar. Billic McCarthy, Mary ..Drew, Beverly Pollock, Norr.a Pollock and Flo Kurtz. Pupils unable to be present were Francis Robertson and Saliy Shelt. Miss Slusser also played several selections. Parents end friends who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Filliez and Miss McMullen. of Newnwn. Mr. and Mrs. Farrar, Mrs. Drew, Miss Luella Drew, Miss Maurer, and Mrs. Pollock of North Lawrence. After the recital dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Entertain* Gym Class. Mrs. Andrew Merrell entertained members of the Lorin Andrews gym class Friday evening at ;.er residence, 1827 Erie st., S. Bunco and 500 were played and table prizes were awarded to Mrs. Stanley Switter, the hostess, Mrs. R. E. Dickerson, Mrs. Mildred Frantz, Mrs.' William Wagner, Mrs. Dorothy Koehnlein, Mrs. Ada Kenzig and Miss Ivy Tomlinson. Refreshment? were served. About 26 guests were present. Mrs. Edna Doubledee, of 414 19th St.. NW. will be hostess to the class Feb.. 25. o—o—o Genera! Education Committee Tea. The general education committee of the Y. W. C. A., of which Mrs. George Textor is chairman, had a delightful te a Friday afternoon, and the program, part of which was a last minute arrangement, as a substitution for the one formerly planned, proved most interesting. Mrs. Irene Rupert Terry sang two solos, accompanied by Mrs.. A. H. Senior, and a group of players from the dramatic club of Washington high school including Anne McLain, Bob Frantz and William Angerman, presented a play, "Call It A Day." Jane Sommers, of Canton, played two piano solos and Jean Bader, of Canton, gave two readings. Spring Table Decorations Mrs. J. S. Gossett and Mrs. O. B. Sanciefur presided at the tea table, which had a lace cloth, and an ar- ransement of jonquils and narcissus. Mrs. Wallace Ross and Mrs. L. P. Kemp were in charge of the tea. The next tea will be held Feb. 23, when an instructor from Western Reserve university, Cleveland, will show slides in connection with a lecture. o—o—o Entertain For Son's Birthday Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCormick, of 30 Burton ave., NE, entertained 200 guests Friday evening at a dancing party in the Knights of Columbus' club rooms, in honor of their son Paul's 21st\ birthday. Burt Myers' eight-piece orchestra played for dancing from 9:30 to 1. The guests were given fancy hats as favors, and decorations were in keeping with St. Valentine's Day Punch and various kinds of smal! cakes were served at intermission from a table having a tiered birthday cake bearing 21 candles as a centerpiece, tall white tapers tied with red bows, and tiny red hearlc forming other decor.ntions. Guests, including a number of students home from college, were present from Canton, Akron, Barbcrton Cleveland. Ashland, Canal Fulton i Navarre, and Connecticut. Th e guest of honor, who will celebrate his birthday Sunday, received many beautiful gifts. Lorin Andrews P.-T. A. An interesting meeling of Lorin Andrews P.-T. A. is planned for Tuesday evening at 7:30. Commemorating the 4lst anniversary of the founding of the P.-T. A. organization, Mrs. c. W. Young will give a short biography The Canton Mothers Singers, composed of 36 Canton mothers of the P.-T. A. will sing three numbers, 'Psalm 150." ananged by Caesar Frank. "Cfencllel'ght," by Charles Wakefieid C'adman. and "Greetings to Spring," by Johann S'.raus A E Woolliscroft is the director of the singers, and Mrs. Weollscvoft is the accompanist. Spirit of Little Gnomes Captured in Chdpeaux That Are a Bit Mad but as Colorful, Smart and Becoming as Can Be Imagined, in Shades Symbolic of Names of Characters in Picture By USBETH Courte'su Boincit-Tcllcr Left, bright Bali red tarn o'shan- «L^ V ri " !red - feather in "Sn°w White blue"; right, white straw round off-the-face tarn with felt velvet ribbon crossing forehead. Y. W. C. A. Calendar Monday 3:45, 7th grade Girl Reserves of Ed. Jones school. 3:45, 7th and 8th grade Girl Reserve clubs meeting at Lorin Andrews school. 3:45, 9th grade Girl Resen'e club meeting at Longfellow school. 8:00, Young matrons sewing group. Tuesday 3:45, 9th grade Girl Reserve club at Lorin Andrews school. ' 3:45, 7th and 8th grade Girl He- serve club at Longfellow school. Wednesday 11:45,, Noonday group for high school girls. 1:30-6:00—Balloting for board of trustees. • • ' 3:45, 8th and 9th grade Girl Reserve* clubs at Ed. Jones school. 3:45, Girls' Friendship club meeting at the Y. W. C. A. 7:00, Convention committee meeting at the Y. W. C. A. 7:30, Special meeting of the Orophilian club at the Y. W. C. A. Thursday 1:30-9:00| Balloting for board of trustees. 4:00, Booker T. Washington Giri Reserves at the Y. W. C. A. 7:00, Girls' Work committee meeting at the Y. W. C. A. 7:00, Health education committee meeting at the Y. W. C. A. Friday 1:30-6:00, Balloting for board of trustees. •- 4:00, Dunbar Girl Reserve club meeting at the Y. W. C. A. 6:00, Annual membership meeting of the Y. W. C. A. Dinner served at 6. Coming Meetings W. & L. E. Auxiliary. Ladies' Auxiliary to the W. & L. E. Veterans will meet Thursday at Brewster Legion Home at 12. The committee in charge includes Mrs. E. W. Scheuffler and Mrs. Harold Brown. Reservations may be made teninle orerpripri v»v with Mrs. W. D. Brown, 7853, and P preceded by Mrs. C. L. Breil, at Brewster. Study Club. The Massillon Study club will meet Tuesday;-• afternoon with Mrs Anna Campbell, of 3rd st., NE. Sippo Sewing Club. afternoon at , at her residence. Members who want transportation, or those who have room in their cars for others, are asked to dial 5323. Past Patrfrns »nd Matrons. Past Matrons and Past Patrons of Hadassah Chapter held a quarterly meeting Friday night -in the Masonic a covered dish supper. Officers elected Include Mrs. S. W. Ashbolt, president; Fred Blatz, vice president; Harriet Walker, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Ashbolt appointed the following committee: Mrs. ZeroJa Rasor, I Mrs. Minnie Fisher, Mrs. Anna Wai- Mrs. Speck, of the Newman rd., will} lace. Charles Gise and B. B. Beck. be hostess to members of the Sippo sewing club Wednesday at an all-day meeting, when a covered dish dinner will be served at noon. Abbie Rebekah Lodge. Members of Abbie Rebekah lodge are requested to send their donations to the hall Monday morning for the luncheon which is to be held at 12:30. Daughters of St. George. Members of the Daughters of St. George are asked to attend the funeral of Mrs. Maria Allen, of Navarre, which will be .held Monday Cards were played later. Special Party at St. Barbara's One of the largest parties of the season is planned by St. Barbara's parish for Sunday evening. The affair is in the form of a bingo party and is in charge of the pastor, Rex-! J. L. Reichlin, and the councilmcri of the church, William Bessler, John Reichert, Jerome TuJly and Arthur Sibils. Games will begin at 8:30, and proceeds of the party will be used to apply en the coal bill. The public is invited. Installs Phi Chapter Sunday Social Committee To Have Tea. Members of the social committee of the Woman's club will give one of! their delightful bridge teas Wednes-j day afternoon, which members of the club will not wish to miss. Mrs. Arthur Ellis is chairman ol the section, and Mrs. G. H. Lohneis, vice chairman. The section is hoping to be able to furnish new card tables for the club this year, and proceeds of the party will be used for that purpose. Members of the section who are assisting the chairmen, include: Mrs. A. R. Brinker, Mrs. Warren Schultz, Mrs. Murray Collie. Mrs. Ralph Peppard, Mrs. C. E. Boyd. Mrs. A. H. Senior, Mrs. A. H. Metzgar, Mrs. E. B. Prentice, Mrs. M. E. Scott, Mrs. Howard Smith, Mrs. Harry Snyderj Mrs. A. E. Heidenreich. Mrs. George McMullen. Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Mrs. E. E. Mills, Mrs. Duke Blacet, Mrs! W. W. Loeffler, Mrs. Hubert Grove, Mrs. Fred Rider. Mrs. Stanley Baltz- iy, jr.. Mrs. J. E. McCormick, Mrs. H. H. Eschliman, Mrs. Robert Sharp,' Mrs. Howard Portmann and Mrs. C.! K. Fishpaw. "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" have come out of the dreams of our childhood and are charming us all in Walt Disney's clever film. And style designers, quick to take up any popular fancies, have seized upon the headdresses of these popular nursery figures and have made millinery that makes us completely light-hearted — anyhow as far as our heads are concerned. All the characters of the film are represented in the collection of hats from the sooty black suede of Mickey's as he introduces the members of the cast, to Snow White's little bonnet and the prince's dashing tarn in the very last minut* of the happy ending. A}1 the little gnomish traits are emphasized by fat pouchy hats that fold comfortably back over themselves- tall, thin peaks that shoot up amazingly and then tie demurely under the chin; bows that seem to ramble all over the hats, stopping at random in the most becoming spots; soft squashy brims contrasted witli huge curved coxcomb feathers. Colors Symbolic Colors and names are symbolic the huntsman in brave green, Happy in gold, and these two are followed by such intriguing characters as Doc Dopey, Sneezy, Bashful and Grumpy The heroine is in dainty blue (a soft pastel shade called Snow White blue) and white; the Prince in warm, vivid red. These chapeaux are inipish, and yet so wearable; they are\rnad, but becoming. The Snow White hat is illustrated for you in white straw. It is a round, off-the-face tarn with wide felt velvet ribbon of Snow White blue crossing over the forehead with a bow at top. The prince's is a bright Bali red tarn o'shanter, which is worn on the side of the head with fringed feather in Snow White blue shade. And Bashful is the pastel felt bonnet whose crown folds over and forms a chin strap, snapping at the other side. Notice the upward sweep of the dented brim. Other hats in this unique collection are Mickey, a black suede with two long, thin ear pieces which come around from the top of the head to tie under the chin. Huntsman In bright green felt with rather a high creased crown and brim which comes to point front and back, large curved coxcomb feather at one side. Doc is a purple felt brim and squashy belting crown which folds over. The Dopey hat is purple felt with high peaked crown and two little bows climbing up the side, high, off- the-face brim. Happy is in gold suede with high crown, broad from front view, narrow in profile and cuff. Sneezy is a low peaked turban in dwarf print which sweeps the forehead and has a bright green grosgrain bow at front; and Grumpy is = ~ - suede with thick folded „-,,--.„•• . . ' Courtesy Bonicit Tetter^ "Bashful," paste! felt bonnet with folded-over crown and chbi st»o inspired by Walt Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfe." in green cuff. Jolly Mothers' Bunco Club. Jolly Mother Bunco club met recently with Mrs. Elsie Clapper, ofi Burton ave.. NE, prizes going to Mrs.i Elsie Cummings, Mrs. Frank Getz.! and Mrs. Helen Getz. The club wilii meet Feb. 9, with Mrs. Charles Cum- i mings, of Tremont ave., SW. o—o—o Garden Club Dues To Be Paid The close of the time for payine Garden club dues is drawing near! and those wishing to join the club.! and those in arrears, are asked to; pay their dues at once to Mrs. A. Weaver or Mrs. Porter at the Worn- : an's club. Junior Social Club Party. The Junior Social club entertained 75 guests at the weekly 500 party! Friday evening in the Junior clubj house, prizes going to Mre. Minnie Wolf, Mrs. Leo Manger, L. Osborn, A. N. Kaley and Mrs. Jennie France. A special prize was awarded to Mrs. Carl Kemp. Mrs, Frank Ickes received the door prize. Another party will be held Friday evening. rr and MRS. R, MARY CACA . !• Rutht ? Iar y Caca - of NoblesviHe. Ind, supreme president of the *E t ^?¥£- n * tlona! so«>rity. arrived in Musillon yesterdav install Phi chapter at a solemn candlelight service Sunday ° ° Cl(k 3t the residence of Mrs. Mary Emma Knight at Mrs " Uah Parker - of Noblesville. supremf con- h S ce ^ monies - Mr «. Caca w:!l leave here Mon- she w.ll participate in the activities of the Delta t ri r ™ 8t o he ^ H °^n r Sal0n which wi!1 ' M held at Marshall, and Co. Mrs. Parker will return to her home. Woman's Club Calendar Tuesday Afternoon Music section has postponed its meeting until Feb. 8. Mrs. Dorothy Ferrell will be in charge of the program and Mrs. Wilson r>. Wefler will be hostess chairman. Tea will be served. Wednesday Noonday popular luncheon. 2, Bridge tea by social committee of club. Proceeds to replace card tables. 8:30, Intermedlatae section dinner. Miss Mary Helen Werner, chairman. Friday 2:30, Open meeting of club with members Music department of which Mrs. A. H. Senior is chairman and the Players Group, with Mrs. R. F. E. Manbecfc, as chairman, In charge "of the program and tea. The MacDowell Music club, of Canton, directed by Mrs. Sylvia Latz, will present a part of Che program. Services Scheduled Sunday In \ Massillon's Churches ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOUiC Corner of 3rd St., and South ave., SE Sunday masses at 5:30. 7:30 9 and lliiKh) a. m. Holy day masses at 5:13 b:30. ,::ifl, 0:30 (hi s h). Week Jay mass- . es at 6:30, 7:30 and S:15 Jay mass m. Confes- , . . es- sions on Saturdays for the vigil of holy days for the first Fridays of the month at 3 p m. to a:30 p. m. and from 7 p. m to S:30 p. m. Baptisms Sundays at days 1 ? Holy hour on first Frl- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Sunday masses at fi, 8, U:30 and 11 Ihe sacramtnt of baptism will he administered on Sunday at 12 o'clock. Confession-; will be heard through the year on Friday evenings at 7:30, on Saturday afternoons from 3 to 5:30, and , ", ..' s<ia i'__ Afternoons an( i evenings ST. BARBARA'S CATHOLIC , CHURCH OF GOD 10th and Andrews, NE. hiindiiy school at »::m a. in moniine SM-viot. at 10:40; yolInB people's me™ o.,.,w -r,' '"-, I)ra >' or "leetini,- and Bible ! U "r' l:ly at 7::!0 "• '"•• Church l ' llo . l>I °K ra »' Sunday at t p. Akron. H. W. Miller, pastor. CHURCH OF THE 48 North St.. NE. Sunday school at 0:30 a. m., morninsr service nt 1UH5. sermon suhject "s'"f- [', ( ''r"m l ' raoe -" Vomur people's service ?.-,,'<:; ,'-'• "!" AIrs - ^"""il Anderson. loader, fcvc-nlnp service a.t 7:3ft sermon. -subject. "\Vhon Jesus Marveled " Prav- er meeting Wednesday evening at 7-30 Our services are clarinet to help men and women to find peaqe and happiness In this ^world and by so doine make reiuly \v;-, i t s for 1)1 that perfect peace that follow-; God and righteousness. There are a cre.it inanv people in the world today that are praying: for peace, but witji a clenched fist. just as a lot of thlnps ar« whitewashed W I^f, n ™- re . al . Dee<i ls to °e washed white. We Invite you to attend our services and worship with us.. K. Banks, ST. JAMES A. M. E. ZION Sunday sohool at 9:.10 a. in., morning service at 11. There ifi much Interest golnp on In the Sunday school each Sunday and we are still asking all parents to send their children Tn=t« n ^i „» mon subject, "Servant. Soldier and He~ former. ' A study of Joshua. At S-3* Rn,! 1 ?' t ^,, youns . People will maet J. Rodger Sillars. minister. FIRST BAPTIST Sunday school at 9:30 a. in., ervice at 10:30. serm are „. j. j. . u at . D.iiU. ft welcome. A. D. Laman. pastor. NORTH LAWRENCE U. B. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., morning ervice at 10:30, sermon subject. "Th? servce at 10:30. sermon subject Th Return to Home and Love", by the pas- service at 7. sefmon sub' ' lr Aui «"ie Toward ™«.K° f <?'«" >r«« ™* 1«E 1 " ership and we aro expecting great things during next week's meetings Attendance is increasing- and Interest is J'ne. Come, bring your friends. IE TV Harem, pastor. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL Lincoln Way, £., at 3rd St. .Sunday school at 9:15-10:20 a m morning service at 10:30. sermon subject. Underestimating- Our Resources" Anthem. "The King- of Love. Mv Shen- hercl Is sung by chorus choir directed v£ If b * 1 , nC< ? Iew " Smitn - Evening ser- \]ce at t:30. Sermon subject, "Full Ye* Empty" Hpworth League devotional 7?™ r ^1 ? p ; m- .Monday evening at n'rn'i ', m P orta . nt llmon meeting: of the Si i b £ ard and the church school board with an address by the Rev M J. Alpers. -The Latch Stringg Out" m ' gracious welcome to all the First church. Charles B. Hesa. minister. ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL Corner 1st and Tremont Ave., SE German services at S:15 a, m., Sunday school at 3:15 a. m., morning Eng-- hsh service at 10:30; evening English serv.ce at 7:30. All Sunday school oftl- teacher* are ureed to attend h^, ien the meeting- at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening, Feb 1. at 7:30 A hearty Invitation Is extended to all to attend the Sunday services. J. B. Dlgel. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Federal Ave. »nd 7th St., NE. r^yr«.?«"^ '- a navi ^ M sfef^s?^s,ss , , t , nv y n !n ' f 'nt- Given for the Ivm-fit! of Mvmsstone coliose. We as k all mlir- | ? iy ^ rps r nt - Everyone Is .1. H. .Norn.-?, pastor. Gives First Party of Series PENIEL CHAPEL OF THE ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Ccrr.er OPk pnd 4th St. SE Sunday school ; service at 10:15. •., .„ mon. Jr. olmp-h in Sunday school auditorium at. 7:HO p. m.. evt-nini; service.- at 7:3d, '•vangotisti'-. Tuesday 7:30, Jr. Mission liand. Tuesday. 7:HO p. m. wnmen's prayer hour. Wednesday at 7-nfl p m Hihle study "The Most Wonderful FIRST SPIRITUALIST Service at 7:45 p. m. The philosophy in-;-V 1<J Phenomena of Spiritualism will fc e demonstrated by the Rev. A. Boemgsn The St lid& T,o- hf£r£?nco T £S£ averj Tuesday night at S o'clock and given wel- FIRST WESLEYAN METHODIST , PV(S! , The Odd Fellows and Knights of; pastor. Pythias played the first of a series I of card patties in the T ~ ~ - ' hall Friday night. The won the first game of the Next Friday night the will be played in the Knights of' e»borkei, pastors. Pythias club house. All Massy play-! WESLEY METHODIST EPISCOPAL ers irom botn lodges are a.'ked to at-' Sunday .^lino! nt r»:I5 a. m.. morning: tenti. Ff-rvici* :U 10:3C. sermon sul>iect. "T:ie .Supremo Loyalty'. Kvrnin* service at .:?«. sermr.ii subject, "The Reicn of a Thousand Ynarp." K:3>1 p. m.,'\\> S !cy titinp IVopios r.tMpuo: Hicli School l.r'aptie: Junior Hich Lcnguc. Clarcncs A Miller, pastor. ST" PAUL'S LUTHERAN Corner Cherry Rd. and 1st St.. NE Sunday s .-h'»<l nt !»:K- n. m.. rnornitiR Sfi-vii-j at. i'>:3". sermon subject. "Thf . os ome Stnrj hvvr T"M." Friday at 7:3" p.m.. Club No. S will meet at the home of *l«l-«vt I.innl o~,..-i n - w-1 ____ . . .,... ^f __ T^ ____ . .. «^.C UUllle Ui SHILOH BAPTIST Sunday school at 3:30 a. m preach- in * at 11. Evening servlca 'at 7'30 Tuesday evening at T o'clock CSub No' I will meet at Mrs. Winston's home! Robert A. Miller. Mrs. Fryor on the same date: Mi"lon- j ary _ meeting Thursday at 5 p. m.; Jr. choir practice at m. and senior Utopia Sewing: Club Members of the Utopia Eewinp club met Friday afternoon for an informal party at the residence of Mrs. C. W. Naas. of Lincoln Way. E. Scwine was a feature of the afternoon, "after which refreshments wore served. The club win meet again in two weeks with Mrs. R. S. WHte, of 1239 Cleveland NW. Canton. Shows Pictures of Trip. Fifty men were present Friday night at a meeting in the Central Presbyterian church when Dr. H. P. Hart entertained the group by showing moving pictures of a European trip and spoke on the conditions prevailing there. ii::irt ).. \v. m. . . |.»ail. Rvpnini: t. !,ui li. r i.oaciv- ; Viisinia T.eadinsr will at 7:rv.>. Tile P3.ce- . .ant. Tito \Vomon of Ihe RiWe. \vill be] presented mine. F. It time. You are wel- pastor An oyster supper was served by a I committee of men. FIRST REFORMED Sun,lay s.-liwvl .n ? : so a. m.. m,%rn- mir service, at 1(1:35. sermon subject, "Who Thru Is This?" \Vo inviu- yoi: fo worship and study with us. You aiv always wolooine. K. K. Knsle, pastor. CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Federal Ave. and 2nd St., NE. i Sunday school at icis a. in , inorninc • sorvii r ;H IK::;O. sormon sul-joct. "An I-\Sgr.--5fivo Cnristinnily: Ti^ Kr.d Of JOur Day." Evening service at 7:30, ser- EPWORTH METHODIST 3060 Lincoln Way. NW. Sunday school a; <»:^0 a. m., I. W. Snydsr. superliiion.l-.-iit. Church service at 10:13 a. m. :\m,%n subject. "The Church Need—A ., 0 w Heartwarming. 4 ' A subject of vital hue-rest to eiirht mil- con MrMh<v:is;.e this vear. \V H Oswalt, minister. UNITED BRETHREN Sunday school at S;ix a. m.. morning service at 10:.1'i: ?srmon subject, "True • 'flatness In Christian Service." Evening service at 7:30. sermon s-jbject. "The Mar. Without A Chance." J. K Comer, pastor. FIRST CHRiSTIAN 3:0i>-9:i;>. orchestra, 3:15-?:2">. assembly, 9:30-10:15. junior service and senior Bible classes. 10:15-10:25. orchestra. 10:"'>-11::15. senior service and junior Hi Wo study classes. The primary and kindersrartcn aro kept during the" two- hour service of study ami worship, un- trainiugr and one hour of r*or«atlon They aro held until the parents call for them. \Ve cordially invite the whole family to this two-hour service. Special nnssio by orchestra and choir. John Tannehi!!, denn of hr.ys at .<Se« SHRVIOES—Pa^t

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