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In Extra Values
BAPTIST CHURCH PLAN'S
Services at the Baptist church
next Sunday evening will be quite
in keeping with the New Year
season. Good, special and collec
tive singing together with an ad
dress by the pastor on "The
Meaning of the Ited Letters on
the Calendar," being a New
Following the regular service,
beginning at 11:00 P. M. a
watch-night service will be held
in the church here, jointly With
the Laurel church at which ser-
Vice the communion of the Lord's
Supper will bo observed and new
The form and spirit of tho
You may not need glas
ses—still, you may. You
ought to be sure. Con
sult WoU, the Optome
trist, 205 West Holly
EFFECTIVE JITT 1, 1832
"Every Hour on the Hotlr"
AND ALL POINTS.
"Every Hour on tho Hour"
Young People's service will large
ly obtain at this service and as a
consequence their regular meet
ing at 6:30 P. M. will not be
held. A large and helpful ser
vice is expected and an urgent
invitation is extended to all, and
especially to young people to
attend. There will be c.n inter
mission between the two ser
vices with special musical num
bers interspersed. Come in at
The leading thought for this
service will be "Into the New-
Year With Christ."
Next week being observed gen
erally throughout tho Christian
world as the "Week of Prayer,"
will be observed in particular by
the Baptist church here with a
service each evening. The ser
vices will take the form of pray
er and praise together with not
more than a fifteen minute ad
dress from the following sujects:
Monday, Life's Programs? Be
sure of them.
Tuesday, Life's Fevers? Quit
Wednesday, Life's Deformities?
Thursday, Life's Enemies?
Friday, Life's Connections?
The general topic of the above
talks being "The Business of
Life for 1923.
The pastor of the church urges
as good attendance as is possible
at these services on the part of
his own people and an urgent in
vitation is extended to all. Ser
vices begin at 8:00 P. M.
The workers of the Sunday
school of the Baptist church were
rewarded beyond their most san
guine expectations for their la
bor under almost impossible con
ditions, by the attendance and
entertainment at the Christmas
concert last Thursday evening.
The program was replete with
numbers with wide variation of
character and given In real splen
did fashion. The program was
a little lengthy owing to so many
details having to be attended to
on the spot through weather con
ditions preventing proper col
lective preparation, which how
ever was fully appreciated by a
full house, emphasized and ex
pressed in a good offering. The
offering together with some class
offerings amounted to about $25.
DR. C. H. McLEOD
Offlc* In Dyk Building
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922
CHRISTMAS BABY ARRIVES
AT JOHN GUNST RESIDENCE
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. John Gunst Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Artnur Crabtree
and children visited Sunday ev
ening at the John Vorduin home.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson spent
Monday afternoon at the Sam
Mr. ana Mrs. Geo. Jaeobson
and children were Monday din
ner guests ut the Nels Jaeobson
Levi Pislor ate Christmas din
ner at the E. Lundstrom home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Nelnon were
Monday dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit De Graaff
and children. Mr. and Mr:?. Les
lie Vail and children, and Mr.
and Mrs. Eicyd Taylor aivl son
Vernon spent their Christina',
with Mr. and Mrs. Jike Bartelds
Mr. and Mrs, A. Crabtree and
children, Mr. and Mn. Gerrit
Verduln and Jessie Bartelds
spent Monday evening at the J.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Palmer and
children spent Christinas with
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Clarke.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson
and children visited Monday ev
ening with Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barnes,
Ernest Lang, Mrs. Minnie Albers
and son, Mr. and Mrs. D. Van
Wyhe and Jennie Van Wyhe
spent Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. Gerrit Van Wyhe. Ernest
Lang will remain there while Mr.
Van Wyhe is attending the poul
try school at Laurel.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Hoksbergen, and
Pete Hoksbergen were dinner
guests at the Henry Bartelds res
idence Monday evening.
Mrs. John Verduln visited on
Thursday with Mrs. A. Crabtree.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson afld
Gladys visited Sunday afternoon
at the E. Lundstrom home.
Miss Vergie Clarke, who is at
tending Normal, is spending the
[week at home.
| Mrs. Fred Stremler is ill this
I Mr. and Mrs. Cutler and fam
ily of Bellingham were dinner
guests Christmas Day of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerrit Verduln.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walker
spent Tuesday evening at the Ger
[rit Van Wyhe home.
Mrs. George Bruce and chil
dren spent Tuesday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke.
The What-So-Ever Club met
at the home of Mrs. George Ja
eobson and filled candy sacks
for the children in school.
PINE CHRISTMAS TROGRAM
IS GIVEN AT SUNRISE
A Christmas program was giv
!en Friday evening, December 22,
lat the school house. Presents!
•and treats were distributed and;
! an enjoyable evening spent by all.!
Miss Vera Benefleld, primary
; teacher at North Prairie spent'
her Christmas vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ben-1
Miss Ruth Kron, who is em
ployed in Bellingham visited from
' Sunday until Tuesday with her
'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Kron.
A jolly crowd of young people
'called at the E. R. Winroth home
| Wednesday evening and chari
jvaried Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph An
derson who were married last
week at Bellingham. Refresh
ments of cake, coffee, candy and
|cigars were served. The callers!
[wished the newly weds a success
[fill future. Mrs. Anderson will
be remembered as Miss Anna
| Winroth and is well-known here.
I The pupils of the Sunrise
j school are having a week of va
I Mr. and Mrs. Manforri Hender
son of Blame wore guests at the
Charles Henderson home Mon
Mr. Carl Hamlin attended the
dairy association meeting Satur
day in Bellingham.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scribner of
Nooksack are visiting Mrs. Serib
ner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Meyers, over the holidays. Mr.
and Mrs. Alton Fenton and chil
dren also spent Sunday at the
The Sunday School of the Swe
dish Baptist Church gave a fine
Christmas program Tuesday ev
ening, Dec. 26. A large crowd
enjoyed the numbers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Larson en
' tertained Sunday at dinner in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf
Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ir
vin Bostwick and daughter.
Miss Mary Burk, principal at
i North Star, spent her vacation
| with her parents.
Philip Nyman is spending the
holidays with his parents.
Miss Sigrid Lindberg, who is
i working in Seattle, spent a few
. days with her parents.
Mr. Lawrence Nyman visited
. his parents this week.
Mr. Wesley Keidel and son
Roy are visiting at the Jay John
j Harold Meaker Is spending
some time at the home of his
•mother, Mrs. Harriet Meaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sinnes and
daughter spent Christmas Day
j with Mrs. Sinnes' parents and
Miss Harriet Meaker left rec
; ently to visit at Bellingham. 1
James Summerville attended
the dairy association meeting Sat
Mrs. Martin Burk spent a few
days with her daughter. Mrs.
Glen Pettit at Custer this week.
I Andrew Nyman of Bellingham
arrived home Sunday to spend his
vacation with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Nyman.
j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams of ,
Bellingham visited Sunday with
Mrs. William's mother, Mrs. Jay
Mr. Will Crawford of Wood
' land spent Christmas Day with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. James Summer
! villa and children Melvin, Roy
and Myrtle called Sunday even
ing at the Jay Johnson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burk,
Mary, Anna and Val Burk were
entertained at Christmas dinner
at the Glen Pettit home at Cus- j
Miss Blanche Swanson of Bel
lingham spent Christmas Day
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
' Miss Alice Nelson of Seattle
spent her vacation with old
W. I. Baker ate Christmas din- :
net- with Charles Rutiyan.
Mrs. Peter Elenbaas is ill.
A New Year's Greeting from the
Lynden Department Store
NEW YEAR'S GREETING may come to you from many sources,
but none will be more sincere than the good wishes the Lynden De
partment Store extend to you and your for a happy holiday season.
This is a particularly fitting and opportune time for us to ex
press our genuine appreciation for the patronage you have accord
ed us and for the confidence your patronage has expressed.
It is likewise an opportune time for us to assure you that the
Lynden Department Store will continue to stand for the same prin
ciples and for the same ideals which have guided its destinies ever
since its establishment twenty-five years ago.
And profiting by the experience of the past, we pledge our en
deavors to make this store even more helpful to you than it has been
—helpful in the care exercised in selections—helpful in hringing to
you honest, genuine values—helpful by rendering intelligent and
sincere co-operation of men and women of large experience—helpful
in making your homes more cheerful, more attractive, more inviting.
LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE
(Too Late for Last Week)
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dahl, and
little daughter. Beverly Mac, ar
rived from their home ltl Stand
ard, Alberta, Sunday and will be
the house gnosis of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Anderson for two months.
A house pat ty was bold at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Bur
gess last week. The young peo
ple spent a very enjoyable even
ing playing games and making
The bazaar which tho Daugh
ters of Dorcas were to have had
December 14 was postponed In
definitely on account of the
storm. Their articles are on
sale at the C. L. Constant store.
Miss Ethel Walsh is clerking
at the Fair Store in Bellingham.
Mrs. Ebright, the teacher of
the Wiser Lake school, is pre
paring her pupils for a christ
■.ins program to he given Friday
Miss Laura Glen spent Christ
mas at her home in Marietta.
Mr. Douwa De Jong has re
lumed from Seattle.
Horace Ege is ill.
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