Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 15, 1936 · 3
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PAGE THREE FRIDAY; MAY 15, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRATHERALD, ALBANY, OREGON Holy City," played by Max Ruhr- Ughtning hit the'F. M. Crawford ; bouiih. Airview of Philadelphia,1 Meccaof Nation's Democrats in June i barn near here Tuesday evening, m. Mid-week service, 7:30 p. Wednesday for Lable ttudy prayer. m URC tttrmg out a bem and leaving the building about a foot out of plumb. The bam was otherwise undamaged. The bolt hit a weath? ei ;mc on lop of the burs and pa.-eil along a steel track running iflililtth thn hum Thn IrtM uff : - - I V .-' ;" ';- - " :' r ' - .' V- " . .n .".'- '"; ' lels'ir'e lilver V, ' , ' "', ' .' " - -' ;n.;ilJU'---'-:ttvw''r-'; .:."?'.'--.H'itr IUII . '..,-- -.tiskUi '.J. ;.; . r : j JjKlv-rn lililrl " .-t, ,j Z.,:"fL'-l'') ' ';"' I mow JKK!kv; - :" - v j covered by insurance. 'Mit Craw ford and his son were in the burn yard at the time. There was nq stock In Ih( huilrlinff. first Methodist Epioropul (hut.ii Third and tllworth htreeij Thomas U. YariK'S, Minuter 9:45 a. m., church scluol. Classes for all ages. 11:00 a. m., morning worship. Subjivt: "Jesus' Itctusul of a Kingdom. 8:00 p. m., evening worship. This will be another of our "Church Talent" programs, with Elmer B. Williamson as the leader. An excellent program has been 4 V it III it t M in.Ut- I provided, and a cordial invita frrr TM Kiitnk in Hold J-- ' t- i . v r-" i .in: "t How to mnko Good Col top, every time Fallow iktM directions is ie sotuMe rare and your coffee JH always be asellew, dllc a an! (periling riser. 4 I'm Drip Otf MaW -Atk your grocer te show yoa the new. model Schilling Drip Hiker. It is f SchuyTkm RIverH tion is extended to an. The Ladies' Aid society will hold its regular meeting at the church on Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Hostesses are Mrs. Clark Kendall, Mrs. Ernest Haller and Mrs. Glenn Holmes. The leader of devotions is Mrs. Lulu Miller. The study of the book of Revelations will be continued at the mid-week service on Thursday at 7:30 p. m, All are invited to come and bring their Bibles and their questions. ' inn 1 1 1 1 1 w At.ite Irn - - Convent superintendent. You will enjoy th"e study classes. Morning worship und communion, 11 a. m. Special music. Sermon. "Why Belong to a Church, and Why Attend Church?" Multitudes are asking these questions. We cordially invite them to the service. 7 p. m.' Junior, intermediate, high. School and college C. E. groups will all meet in their re-spec places. Ail young people cordially invited. 8 p. m. Evening praise and worship service. (Reserved seats for new members and families). Orchestra, rousing song service and sermon, "Beginning Day in the Way of Christian Living." Baptismal service at the close of this meeting. Wednesday evening, 6:30. Annual banquet and reception for new members. Thursday night, 7:30, choir practice. Church of the Brethren Pine St. and Salem Road. J. D. Miller, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. Do you know your Bible? Come study with us. - i 11 a. m. Morning worship. Theme, "Self Judgement." Would you to like to judge yourself? Come and learn how. . 7:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U. The service of the young people where the service is their own. efficient modem aadinespentive. i LIGHTNING HITS BARN, , Oiikville. Mny 15. (Special) SCREENS FLY TIME IS HERE I. I. -t.il- LI J-J .-J J H In the section of Philadelphia pictured in this graphic airview, the nation a outstanding Democrat will gather. In June, to renominate President Roosevelt Center of activity then will be tba convention hall shown at lower right. Buildings in the foreground, at left," are the University of Pennsylvania group. Nestling In the cluster of skyscrapers shown in the distance, beyond the Schuylkill river, are such historical landmarks as Independence Hall, "the birthplace of American liberty". 209-year-old Christ Church, in which President Washington worshiped: Betsy Ross' house, where the first Continental Congress met in 1774. .Other points of Interest are indicated above. ' ' Keep these pests out with A. P. M. screens We make any kind of screen to order and carry standard sires in stock. 2 PRICES : RIGHT M 9m mrwOTUj VMiiyvily U4VU WWW ground for the aodon drip prims, tW Fitter rijr ' They are parked In each tin el Pharis. superintendent. Class for everyone, everyone in a class. Morning worship, 11 a. m. her- Schilling Drip Cefee. Try Ibis triple aliiaace el special "See drip maker and futo M " -i mon: "Jesus and the Pearl Mer tume. and will show curios thrilling experiences. Sunday, 9:45 a. m., Sunday school, John Nelson, Supt. You'll enpoy Bible study in this spiritual school. 11 a. m., worship service. The pastor will bring a meeting. Come and meet with us. Christian Science Society Sunday morning services at 11. Subject of lesson sermon, "Mortals and Immortals." -Wednesday, S j?. m., testimonial ces Brown, Jean Whitelaw, altos; Willard Crawford, Kenneth Wilson, tenors; Don Fowler, Clarence Smith, bass. Young peoples societies, 6:45 p. m. in three departments. Evening service,' 8 p. m. Organ selections by Victor Crooning. chant. The Westminster mixed paper. oe reran u aeucioiui Albany Planing Mill Allen Edwards. Prop. Foot of Lyon St. Phorte 140-R quartet from the campus at Oregon State college will, sing "Hear My Prayer" and another selected message an "rive crowns. t: meetings. number. The personnel of the Sunoay school for pupils up to IP- m children's sand table hour. , trarnannel Lutheran Cburcn R. Helns, rastor Services will be conducted Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. All Sunday school teachers are expect-ed to attend the Sunday School Teachers' Institute at Lebanon Sunday at 2:45 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m.' The Walther League will meet tonight at 8. - Next Friday the 22nd, the Leaguer are sponsoring a lecture on India", by Bev. Wyneken. of the Indian mission who U on furlough after spending six years in the Orient. The lecture begins at 8 p.m. in the church. . . . First Presbyterian Church MM. 6tocer, Minister Sunday school at 10 a.m. Classes for all ages. Mrs. Daniel Freeman, superintendent Morning worship at. U. Dr. Q. Breen will preach Junior Hi and Senion Hi societies will meet at fl:3Q..Evening worship at 7:30. Mr. Clarence Slocum of Albany College faculty will speak and Blanche Cohen will sing "O Rest in the Lord" from "Elijah" (Mendelssohn). Mid-week Bible study class at .8:88 using the third chapter of Acts. A cordial Weclome to all the services of the church. '' First Baptist Church Elmer A. Junker, Minister The 71st annual meeting of Ore-! gon Baptists has come to a close. It was one of the largest in point of numbers of delegates in a number of years. The convention sessions were an inspiration to the lives and souls of thpse attending. The pastor deeply appreciates the wonderful spirit of cooperation and zeal shown by the various committee workers. We also deeply appreciate the publicity given by the local papers as voiced in one of the resolutions adopted by the convention. - I Let us carry the spirit and in-, spiration of this great convention' into. all our services next Sunday.; Let us all do greater things for our Lord because of this spiritual privilege we have had these three days. The Pastor's sermon subject for Sunday morning is :"Has The World Outgrown its Need of the Bible?" Let us feed our souls with this spiritual food. The Sunday school will open the services of the coming Lord's Day at 9:45. Another, increase in attendance last Sunday. Let us go far beyond this record next Sunday. The B. Y. P. U. services will be held at 7 p.m. An interesting program is being planned. t'ls the Church Doomed?" is the subject of the thought-provoking, informing message for Sunday evening. Has the church a message for an age like this? ' You will want your children to hear this message as well as yourself. Service - begins at 8. The large crowd in attendance last Sunday evening was highly encouraging to pastor and people. 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 8:30 P. m. Evangelistic service at 7:30 P- m. You are cordially invited to attend these services. '. Church of Christ Broadalbin and Fourth Sts. . Virgil F. Halbig, Pastor , ' This will be "New Members'" Day. The evening service will be particularly arranged for all new members, which include aU that Sermon by the pastor, "In His quartet is: Margaret Aclieson. the age of 20, 9:45 a. m. Democrat-Herald Want Ads, Ttrina RMailta. Christ's ambassadors. Adult hour of prayer at home of J. H. Ang- Stead." Special trumpet solo, "The Katherine Snnpp, sopranos; Yen 8 p. m. Evening worship. Theme, "Shifting Responsibility." We welcome you. Come with a prayer. Leave with a blessing. Grace Mennonlte Church Fourth and Main Sts. W. R. Augsburger, Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. A. H. Boise, superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. "The Living Hope" will be the theme of the message by the pastor. The choir will sing the anthem "I Rest My Soul in Thee," by Charles Francis Lane. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 8 p. m. Evening worship and song service. The theme of the evening message will be "The Gospel versus Human Wisdom." Mrs. W. R. Augsburger and Miss Ethel Boise will sing "I Lost the World," by Haldor Lillehas. Thursday, 2 p. m. Ladies Missionary society; 7:30 p. m. Prayer service and Bible Study; 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Evangelical Church First and Pine Streets E. C. Hicks, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Oscar Swander, Supt. Preaching at 11 a. m. Special. Juniors, 'senior and intermediates meet at 7:00 p. m. Good leaders. Preaching, 8 o'clock., 5 Prayer, praise and Bible study, 8 o'clock Wednesday i evening. Choir practice to precede prayer stead, 2nd and Ualapooia bis. 7:45 p. m., evangelistic service, Evangelist Nelso Miller, speaking. A joyous praise meeting come and be blessed. Wednesday, 1:00 p. m., prayer meeting. 7:45 p. m., Bible study, subject "Faith." Willamette United Presbyterian Church Oakville E. J. Clark, Minister 10:30 a. m., Bible school. M. S. Coon, Supt. The reading room which is in the church building is open Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. All are welcome. Tangent Methodist Church Dr. Jarrett P. Bray, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Mr. Pierce Jenks, Supt. Preaching at 11 a. m., by the pastor. Young peoples meeting at 7 p. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. This is the baccalaureate sermon of the Tangent high school. Address by the pastor. The public is most cordially invited to attend all the services. You are always welcome. Pentecostal Assembly tl . God 223 E. Second St. Alan H. Banks, Pastor Friday, 7:45 p. m., Special missionary meeting. Mr. and , , Mrs. John F. Hall, missionaries from Mossi-land, French West Africa, will speak, dressed in native cos- out in 77 11:30 a. m., morning worship. Anthem. "Rejoice O Ye Right eous" (by E. L. Ashford) by the choir, Victor Yates, director. Scr mon: "Greater Love." ... i am' . - V- tig 8:00 p. m. Y...P. C. E. Subject "The Functions of the Church." Leaden Dale J. Clark. United Presbyterian Charch Fifth and Washington Sts. J. B. Patterson, Minister ' Bible school, 10 a. m. B. H, iffy V r ' - j-:-. 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