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Hp g TjHE OGDEN STANDARD; QGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920 'Bl
I, Music Is Feature In
j Easter Day Services
L . of Churches in Ogden
Special music is-to be a .cu'lurc in the olW.rehe.s of Ogclon tomorrow in onncclion . ,
services. Owen's lending soloists and instrumentalists have been engaged and several singcis Jiom out j
of town arc to sing at some of the services. . ;
I PRESBYTERIAN The Easter serv
ices in the First Presbyterian, church
will be marked by an abundance of lil
ies and flowers banked In palms and
sreons. Many potted plants will also
be used in the decorative schome.
The music for these services will be
rurnlshed by well known Ogdon and
The Sir Knights of El Monte Com
mandery will attend the -1 o'clock serv
The following arc the musical se
lections for the day:
Morning Easter service at 11.
Prelude, "Andante" Mozart
t Postlude, "Allegretto" Weber j
f Mrs. Louise Pierce Martlneau
r Violin offertory, "Romance"
? Miss Ida Anderson
V Ccntralto solo, "Oh Lord Most Holy"
I , Frankc
!f- Miss Buford Johnson
Violin obligato. Miss Ida Anderson
Soprano solo, "The Guiding Star"..
Miss Laurinda Brcwerton
j Sermon, "Tho Christ or Easter Day"
j Solo, "Over the Stars There is Ilest"
J Miss Ilulh Winter
Praise scrvico at 4 o'clock. TA Monte
I Prelude, "Liebestraum" Liszt
Postlude, "Novelette" Schumann
Miss Louise Pierce Martineau
Quartet, "Unfold Ye Portals". .Gounod
Laurinda Brcwerton, Edna Dwyer
Hyrum Christiansen, P. Melvin
Tenor solo, "Fear Not Ye, Oh ls-
i Taei Dudley Buck
- Hyrum Christensen
' Violin offertory, "Erotkine" Grieg
Miss Ida Anderson
Contralto solo, "How Long Wilt
, Thou Forgot Me" Rogers
Miss Edna Dwyer
Duet, "The Magdalene" Warren
Edna Dwyer, Laurlna Brewcrton
Sermon theme, "The Modern Mes
sage of the Resurrection"
Quartet, "Recessional" DcKoven
Laurlna Brcwerton, Edna Dwyer
' Hyrum Chrlstianson, E. Melvin
Soprano, solo, Easter Song. . . .Bennec
Miss Ruth Dilly
Evening praise service at 7:30,
Trelude, "Duct" .Mendelssohn
Postlude, "Allaturea" Mozart
M"rs. Louise Pierce .Martineau
Quartet, "Easier Carol". . . Shelley
Laurina Brcwerton, Edna Dwyer
Hyrum Chrlstianson, E. Melvin
' Bass solo, "Hosanna" Grenier
I E. Melvin Peterson
) Offertory, "Nocturne" Chopin
1 Mrs! Louise Pierce Martineau
'Soprano solo, "I Know That My Re
deemer Liveth" Handel
I Quartet, "Praise Ye the Father"
l Uy Laurlna Brewerton, Edna Dwyer
4 Hyrum Christiansen, E. Melvin
Sermon theme. "The Resurrection
the People Forgot"
Soprano solo. "There Is a Land Mine
Eye Hath Seen" Crownin
Miss Ruth Dilly
The Sunday school will conduct a
special Easter program of song and
declamations at 12:15.
The women of tho church will hold
their monthly meeting Tuesday after
' noon in the church.
There will be -women waiting in the
Sunday school room at 11 o'clock to
care for any babies whose mothers
1 wish to attend the morning services.
The Sundav school primary depart
ment of the First Presbyterian church
ui takre part in the school program
i i v.- nhnroh Raster Sunday
with the following numbers:
3 Easter greeting, Charles Dunn.
The First Easter. Primary class. t
Recitation, Sue Evans.
Bible exercises, Mrs. Tecls and
Miss Maus' classes.
Song with, violin, Virginia Evans,
Cantata, "Our Easter Lilies," Mrs.
' Vvdc Johnson's class in costume.
The members of the intermediate j
classes will conclude the exercises
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Grant
Hj avenue north of the postoffice. Dr.
Ray Palmer, minister. Services Sun
mW day as follows: Sunday school at 10
am Classes for all ages. Morning
: worship U a. m. Theme, "Did Jesus
!' Rise from the Dead?" The Lord's sup
' per will be observed at the morning
' service. B. Y. P. U 6:30 p. m. Fino
program. Evangelistic service at 7:30
v m. Spiritual song service led by
the choir. Sermon, ''The Rich Fool."
mW In addition to the regular sen'ice there
Hl j will be a sunrise prayer meeting at
700 a. m. at which time ordinance
of baptism will be administered. A
cordial Invitation is extended to all
who desire to attend these services.
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEP
HERD Corner of Grant avenue and
Twentv-fourth streeU Opposite post-
' office." John W. Hyslop, rector. Easter
I day services as follows: Holy conimu-
1 nion at 8:00 a. m.; Sunday school at
l 9 45 a. m. Holy communion and ser-
I mon with special Easter music by tho
full vested choir at 11:00 a. . Chil-
dren's Easter service with presenta-
I Hon of the Easter offering at 3 p. m.
1 The Women's Guild will meet Wcdnes-
J dav afternoon in the Guild hall, Mrs.
3 George Kern and Mrs. P. A. Beck,
n hostesses. Easter program Organ
I prelude. "I Know That My Redeemer
fj l.iveth." Handel; processional hymn,
I "Come Ye Faithful," Sullivan; anthem
il "Christ Our Passover," (322); ntroit
J hvmn, "Jesus Christ Is Risen." Mo.;
1 gan; communion service, W. A. L.
I Cru ickshank; duet. "Angels Roll the
I Kocl: Away," C. F. Roper; Anthem,
I "Why Seek Ye the Living?" S . C.
1 Cooke; sermon hymn, "The Strife Is;
MM ? Over," Palestrina; offertory solo, He
1 is Risen," Sullivan, by Miss Josephine
1 Shorten "Gloria In Excels. ' Cru ck-
I 1 r 2? " 1 hi Lan b-s High
JS" G Tmtir; 5n Prelude, s-
lected. Miss Clara Huggins. choir
leader; Miss Dorothy Prout, organist.
ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH
Special Enster services are to be held
at the Ellm Lutheran church, corner
of Jerferson and Twenty-third street.
The morning service will commence at
U o'clock The subject for the morn-i
ing sermon is "The Significance of
the Resurrection." The Sunday school
will also participate in this service by
rendering some Easter songs. The
music for the morning will be as fol
lows: Easier song Sunday school
chorus; vocal duet, "Come Holy
Spirit," Jerome Mrs. A. E. Olson and
Mrs. F. P. Branting; anthem, "The
Lord Is Risen." Gabriel The choir;
I Easter song Sunday school chorus. In
the evening at 8 o'clock a confirmation
I reunion will be held when a splendid
program will bo given by representa
tives from (ho various confirmation
classes. Tho program consists of remi
niscences from different classes and
various musical selections. A featuro
that is certain lo please friends and
members of the church will be tho
reading of messages sent by tho dif
ferent pastors who have served the
paatorato since the church was orga
nized. Greetings have also beon sent
by different confirmants not now re
siding in Ogden, which will also bo
read. A cordial invitation is extended
to the public and an Interesting and
pleasant evening Is assured.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Cor
ner of Twenty-fourth and Madison.
Rev. W. L. Melllnger, pastor. Bible
school at 10 o'clock, Mrs. C. H. Car
men, superintendent. Every member
enrolled Is especially urged to be pres
ent. Visitors heartily welcome. Morn
ing worship and communion at 11
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The Res
urrection." Special music Christian
Endeavor at 6:30, Evangelistic .serv
ice at 7:30. There is to be a Bible
school workers' conference on Wed
nesday evening, followed by the regu
lar Bible study. All school officers,
officers or organized classes and
teachers are urged to be present.
DANISH LUTHERAN Danish Lu-
theran church services will be held In
itho church on corner of Twenty-third
(street and Jefferson avenue, Ogden,
l Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Rev. J. C.
Carlson of Salt Lake City will speak.
A cordial invitation is extended to all
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH Located on Twenty-fourth
street next to the court house. Chris
tian R. Garver, pastoi. 7 a. m. Morn
ing prayer Bervice in charge of the
Epworth league, the Communion of
our Lord's Supper will bo administer
ed by the pastor. 11:00 a. m. Morn
ing worship. Sermon theme "The In
destructibility of Man." Special mu
sical numbers at this service. Solo,
"Hosanna," Humphries Miss Rosalie
Holberg. The following numbers by
Mrs. Vera Season, pipeorganist :
Morning Mood Grieg; Romance De
bussy; Postlude Batiste. The choir
will sing: "Christ the Lord Is Risen
Again" and "Christ Arose." Baptism
of infantit reception of members and
baptism of adults at this service. 12
m. class meeting. 7:30 p. m. Evening
worship. Sermon theme, "Christ, tho
Dynamite of God." The following mu
sical numbers will be rendered by
Mrs. Vera Beason on the pipe organ:
Prelude Dudley Buck; Traumerln
Richard Strauss; Serenade Schubert;
Postlude Handel. 7:30 p. m. Wed
nesday prayer and praise service fol
lowed by the teacher training class.
THE FIRST 'CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH Rev. Godfrey Matthews,
minister. On Adams avenue between
Twentv-fourth and Twenty-flflli
streets. 11 a. m. Divine worship and
sermon and celebration of holy com
munion. Prelude, "Sunday morning at j
Glton," Beudel; offertory, "Prize!
Song," Wagner; postlude. "Marcho,
Mllitaire," Rogers Miss Ivino Shields. I
! Trio. "Lift Thine Eyes," Mendelssohn
' Misses Ivinc Shields. Stow Kirkpat
l rick and Grace Matthews. Solo, "Se
lected." Mr. B. L. Howes. Anthem.;
I "Lord, Tliv Mercy Strcamelh Over AH,
I the World'." Sermon, "Bringing Life
and Immortality to Light." 1215 p.
! in. Sunday school under the superin-.
tendence of Dr. E. P. Mills. Kinder )
Igarten directed by Miss Catherine
lllendorshot and helpers. Women's , i
'class leader. Mrs. George J. Kelly. I
I Men's class led by Dr. E. P. Mills. A
class for students of all grades and
ages and a welcomo for all. 7:00 p. m.
Young People's society. Prcsidenl.i
Rensis Likert. A live meeting for live1
I young people. Come once and you will '
want to como again. 8:00 p. ra. DI-,
vino worship and sermon. Prelude,
"Song Without Words," Bendel; offer
tory. "Album lear," Scholtz; postlude,
"March." , BorowskI Miss Ivim
Shields. "Christ, the Fearless Captain
of the Soul."
CHURCH Five Points. Rev. Godfrey J
Mnlthows. minister. At 2:30 p. m.
A Sunday school for the community,!
superintended by Dr. J. M. Elliott. A,
place for young and old and a welcome I
for all. 1
GOSPEL MISSION. 131 Twenty-!
fifth street. Bible study and conBC-i
cration meeting at 3 p. m. Subject.
"Christ in You the Hope of Glory." I
Leader. Wm. McCIure. Gospol ser-j
vices at 7:00 p. m. Mr. Bon Macin
tosh will give an address to the chll-j
dem on "Tho Home of Tepee," and
will sing Indian songs. Gospel ser
vices will follow. All are welcome.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Sci
entiQt Corner Monroe and 21th St.
Regular service at 11 o'clock. Sunday
morning. Subject. "Unreality." Sun-;
day school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday ev-.
ening testimonial meeting at S p. m I
Reading rooms 512 First National
Bank building. Rooms open daily from
12 noon to 5 p. m. except Sundays and)
WEBER COUNTY SUNDAY School
Association will meet on Monday j
night, April 5. at the First Presbyter-1
ian church. The public is cordially!
invited to attend. All Sunday school j
workers aro urged to, be present. !
The following program will be glv-j
en promptly at 8 p. m..
Piano solo Mr. W. B. Williams
Vocal solo Mrs. Lenora Skaggs
Duet Stevens Sisters!
Address, "The Teen Ago in the
Sunday School ..Mrs. Ray Palmer j
Piano Solo ...Mrs. Vqra Reason'
Brief Talk. "The International Stand-1
ard Mr. C. M. Wilton'
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Grant;
Ave., north of the postolfice. Dr. Ray
Palmer, minister. Services Sunday as
follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m.'
Classes for all ages. Morning worship :
11 a. m. Theme, "Did Jesus Ride from i
tho Dead." The Lord's supper will be
observed at the morning service. B. Y. j
P. TJ., 6:30 p. in. Fine program. Evan
gelistic service 7:30 p. m. Spiritual
song service led by the choir. Sermon
"The Rich Fool." In addition to tho
regular service there will be a sun
rise prayer meeting at 7.00 ai m. at
which time ordinance of baptism will
bo administered. A cordial invitaton
s extended to all who desire to attend
1 1000 ACRES AT BURLEY, IDAHO J
Improved irrigated land for sale or trade. I
Consisting of farms from 50 to 360 acres each and being from I
two to eight miles from town on gravel highways U I
BEET DUMPS I
are not to exceed two miles from any of these farms. H
I CONDITION 1
Having been farmed for years this land is in excellent eondi- 1
tion for the production of beets, potatoes, .hay and grain. I
The owners of this property arc not residents of Idaho and I ,
I have placed it with us for disposal at R ,
ranging from $175 to $300 per acre. ' Ij
- TERMS V I
A reasonable cash payment or Ogden or Weber county income I j
property as part or full payment will be accepted. 1 1
Some of these farms arc modern and equipped' with stock and S
INVESTIGATE ' , I
at once as the crop season is at hand. V " ,H
S. E. HINKLEY
I Office Phone 1803-J Home Phone 2163-J
j" PAINLESS PERNELL H
I Foot Specialist
Phone 260 Rooms 2-3 Stevens Bldg., over Wesfern Union I
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Where Merchandise Is Sold I
AI a Fraction tL Wholesale Price j I
Every careful shopper should visit this store and look over the sensational bargain offer- 9
ings. There is for women, misses and childre n the most comprehensive assortment of pop- I
ular wear at reasonable prices. By
LINGE2R9cEYTISTE Ribbon Sale, 38c, 5,000 Yards of Choice I Fancy CoWed Voile3 r
j yc xard . 9 Yard H
I tttBaoftH": Fancy Ribbons Actually worth 75c to $1.00 Soft sheer finish wash
ish material. Our 40c sel- voile, comes in a beauti- j
I ler, reduced for one week Offered in a tempting variety of beautiful colored plaids, ful assortment of dainty,
only. stripes, moire effects and floral designs. They are well colored patterns, especial- t
! tL r -7- i i Art i T-i i ly for children's spring
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I n i i- ll li r oo i price of 29c yard. yBm
I Come in pink, light blue, price or 38c a yard, IH
and plain white borders. llH
Regular 1 5c seller. Spec- . CREPE DE CHINE '
I ial 1 0c each. n rcc rr i iH
Roma. . r c r Bargain Of fenng 95c yd HB
IKemarkable rSargains ror , HB
HomeSewing Hand Painted Chinawear S&SiPjfSS
CAMBRIC MUSLIN n , , , , , ,c , fancy floral dress crepe de i IB
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Zoc Yard J - chine ror summer and H il JM
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hull yard wide, 5 Dc bleach beautiful colored at- iB
H cambric muslin for under- Assortment of beautiful decorated hand painted dinner n 1M , , ,
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wear and children s dress- plates, pic plates, cake plates and open handle fruit dishes, favorite silk for waist 11
cs, absolutely an extra values up to 90c each, offered at this unmatchable sale smocks and dress crowns! ' H
I good wearing muslin in ti 1 u f
I & . . . & , price. Unusual bargain.
I washing. Less than mill
price. Anticipate your
j needs now at this remark- The Corset Department mU
I able cut pricc 23c yard. " N c i i r. 8 IS
j Urrers a special sale or g fm
dress fasteners Your Spring Pumps ?puaty ?nfs0XaI6u9e: , H
Special 5c Card a u v . y ; mm
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The very best snap fasten- 3110 OXIOFUS trimmed brassiers, white
ers, regular 10c sellers. hi and pmk only. 1 he assort- mm
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Comes in black and white. fifOf every size. Never be-
Sizes from 00 to 4. Here fore have there been such
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sewing. Buy a dozen'cards HBl" A kH at 69 each. H
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Quality snap fasteners. 2 . HB
j c i.u c Organdie rlouncing
cards tor the price or one. In all the latst designs. Those new one eyelet ties m 7gc yard
black or brown kid with smart ribbon ties, medium vamps,
HOOKS AND EYES high French or baby Louis heels. Swiss Organdie Flouncing
13 Cards for 10c Other stunning numbers for every occasion, worth $1.50 to $2.00 a IH
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regular 8c card, in white! Ye smart styles first. and closed embroidered MM
I black and colors. Does not v desiens with scalloped
I rust. Our very best grade edges. Very fine sheer
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real bargain. lOHtS, OpeCiaiiy llllm and children's white
Attractive Sheet Sale Charming styles, that show the individualized tailoring, dresses. This bargain price
$1.78 Each that make these coats superb in the foremost fashion, will no doubt appeal to '
$2.25 Quality, full size, such beautiful materials as Silvertone, Goldtone, Duive- conservative shoppers. WU
72x90, bleach sheets, fin- tyne and other popular fabrics, and the prices are con- IH
ished with a wide hem, sidcred the acme of value given. v Lace Dresser Scarf 78c I HH
soft finish and free of 1 Filet acc dresser scarfs H
IH starch. Double its weight . .f .. , . mm
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sheets" aeTslhLwhoi ladies' Night Gowns, Special $1.29 Zh $'25' Excellent I
tpZe Table Coths . f Siting 39c Yard , l
I $1.95 . . Colored, plaid and striped mml
$2.00 Colored Embroidered Night Gowns, made ot a m ,. c ... p. , HA
Regular $2.50 and $2.75 f , , . , Khaki Suiting. Full yard
quality, Bluebird Table pure white soft grade Longcloth, profusely colored, cm- wjde rcgular 65c value. Hi
I Cloths, 1 j? yards square, broidered fronts, large and roomy gowns, in women's and Splendid material for chil-
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I t cross-stitching. Splendid suits Durablc and strong
! j variety or colored pat- I IH
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! $1.98 Dozen . K
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