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"—' jieTHOOIST .. Market street at 14th. pri" Robert L. Jerome, minis UepeV,A Marks, superintendent, ief. B'. ,.45 a. m., with classes for eee« »' ’’ morning worship serv jli»Ses' . m. with sermon by ontbe subject: “Respect ft P>sW •> The Lord’s Supper [of pr0pferved Vesper services i.t «llt,e°!-irh «ermon by the pastor it®* subject. “The Suffering )»llie, n , Wednesday at 8 p. m. Cutis1- “ fce a Parent-Teachers tte'e parents of children in •Siren’s division are asked to leC the church. A special pro ®"! ms been arranged under the ?r»»B -interpreting Easter to 0n Friday at 7:15 p. m., :l,l|irt” nf Bov Scouts, Thomas B. ^scoutmaster. A cordial wel ^ /extended to everyone to at :cBf !he services. rth _ Corner Fifth Avenue Bladen street. Minister: yorth paVv, Wayside House, 815 Phone 2053-XW. Sunday >'■ 7/5.45 a. m. Church school. J,irc” public worship. Sermon: Christians or Is Religion ",0! ■>” [-30 p- rn. Picture service. Serl0US' nur Fright Friendly ser S.pl Address: “A Religious Ex llCE' » that Changes, and Must i*rieB pe Changing.” Monday, »t 7 P- m. Mission Cir Bcy r, m Board of Stewards "'official board at 8 P- m. Tues °i Rangers' Boy’s club at m w. P. A. Adult scnooi at Wednesday, Junior league F' . ni Choir rehearsal at 7 P at Waver and study at 8 p. m. Le 'read Chapter « of “Metho P i-eired for Action." Thursday, v scouts at 7 P- m- Finance com ® St S p. rn. If any friends “ not yet received their Cent Lenten Self-Denial boxes, .We get them Sunday. Fifth Avenue - Fifth between and Church streets. Chancie Barclift. pastor. Church school Beets at 9:45 a. m. with D. B. Branch as general superintendent Graded for worship and study, •jtre are departments and classes all age groups. rniFregational worship with ser ; the pastT at 11 a. m. His tae'will be “The Atonement.” jC5 o' lock vesper hour will fea ^ a service by the young people it observance of Young People’s jjv if - Mary Bethea will make an add e - on “Methodist Youth Advances . and the pastor will Ipeak on “Young People Loyal To A Living Church." Epworth League. Sunday, 6 p. m Regular monthly meeting of Board of stewards, Tuesday 8 p. m. Mission Study class. Wednesday 8 p. m., led by the pastor, who is discussing the book Methodists ['rited for Action” by Dr. John R. Mott. You are invited to make this eh'ireh your church home and to at tend all of its services. Federal Point — Located about tor miles south-west of Carolina Beach. Rev. W. A. Tew, pastor; phone 3095-W. Worship services conducted by the pastor Sunday af ternoon at 3 o’clock. Sermon topic: "Why Jesus Came.” The public is invited to attend. Wesley Memorial — Located at Winter Park. Rev. W. /. Tew, pas tor; phone 3095-W. Worship ser vices conducted by the pastor Sun day morning at 10 o'clock. Sermon topic: "T h e Re-enforced Life.” Church school conducted at 11 o'clock by Mr. J. N. Needham, general superintendent. Young Peo ple meet at 6:30 o'clock in the edu cational building. The Women’s cir cle will meet Tuesday afternoon at MO with Mrs. S. J. Hawkins. The second class of the school of mis sions will be held Wednesday night *t 7:30 in the educational building. The pastor is teaching the course: "Methodist United For Action.” This course is for the entire church. Whether you be a man, woman, or youth, you belong to attend classes in the school of missions. Grace—Corner Grace and Fourth streets. Rev. J. u, Herbert, pastor, tturoh school at 9:45 a. m. A. R. Ctm'< general superintendent A 7°od teacher and good class for C'cry age group. Morning worship o'clock. Sermon by the pastor, subject; “Why Christ?” The public j! cordially invited to worship a*. Gr«ce church. Vesper worship at 5 o’clock; —essage by the pastor. The ._ .. . i, --- iii'juuuj ixicc<.xxi& '* boar*! of stewards will be held thc church at 7:20 on Monday }}‘ March 4, R o g e r Moore, “airman. Eraser meeting will be held on .Jtoesday night at 7:30. The study till VJlethotlilits United For Action, jc the topic of the ' evening. ' men o£ the church have the thrfntati0n o£ chaPters two and u',.6 'n charge. Special music by rJ M the church. This book bv outstanding Methodist w"' Jchn K' Mott, swell 7 ‘he attention of all Metho !&leMi!,')Ple 11 is hoped that the htetin4 congregation at the initial l?eJr 5 of this special study on last riight, will constantly period“!!, these_ weeks of the study t'rt'ice 156 PUb 'C iS invited to these f...6 pastor is meetlne each Sm. iVri ninfe at the Sunday school Pie m enK°.f1 a c]ass ot young pen it ma.,cChl <Jreri' to instruct them (lurch I5 relatiriS to Joining the ’till claSR o£ new members »n Palm *!™wed inLo the church tited t0 Lrida; ' The Pastor has in 5’oung npi.f cafs a" children and llle church ° ,|Vh.° d0 not belong tc tiass will 1 IR hoped that this °r n°t thev^ P-th6m hec'tie whether ’h|s season V\1Sh to i°in the church ^de on ■ Announcement will be ,f this srjfr.n'Jr' as to the iocat'on March , , c!ass’ I£ will meet Circles 0f-1° and 17 meet tin r Missionary society 1—Mrs r . "I;eh as follows: "ide lender, at Mrs. H. C. Davis, 405 Wrightsville avenue Monday at 3:50. 2 Mrs. T. E. Cooper leader, at County Home, Monday at 3:30. 3— Mrs. S. M. Yarborough, lead er, at Mrs. T. J. Sellers’, 517 Orange street, Monday at 3:30. 4— Mrs. L>. C. Marshall, leader, at Mrs. George Clendenin’s, in Chest nut Heights, Monday at 3:30 5— Mrs. E. L. Fulcher, leader, at Mis. A. M. Crouch’s, Tuesday at 10:45. 6— Mrs. S. D. Hurst, leader, at the church, Monday at 3:30. BAPTIST Winter Park—Rev. R. H. Satter field, pastor. Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. S. W. Brinson, superin tendent, D. J .Batts, assistant. The Baptist Training Union meets at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7: SO with sermon by Dr. J. H. Foster, ’-'he Mary erring circle of the Woman’s Missionary Society will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock. The Katie Murray circle will meet Monday night at 8 o’clock, at the home of Mrs. D. L. Futrelle. The regular monthly meeting of the United Workers will be held Tuesday eve -a w « v uiwt.iv (.lie UU111C ' J Mrs. C. M. Waldorf with Mrs. Theo Schr^eder and Mrs- Waldorf hos tesses. Prayer service Wednesday evening at 7:30. The Woman’s Mis sionary Union will observe the seas on of prayer for Home Mission at the church Thursday beginning at 10:30. A cordial Invitation is extend ed the public to all the services of this church. mthside—Corner 5th and Woos ter. Services for Sunday, March 3 are as follows: Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11 led by Rev. M. O. Alexander, our state missionary. B. T. U services at 6:30. Worship service for the evening at 7:30 The pastor will lead the even ing worship. We give you a hearty welcome to worship with us. J. O. Walton, pastor. First — Fifth and Market streets. Sankev T,ee T!lantnn nostrir Sen. day school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11. Mr. Blanton will pr.ach on “The Spiritual Life,’’ and the comn.union of the Lord’s Sup per will be observed- Special music will be a solo, "The Cross” by Har riet Ware, sung by Miss Helen Smith. B. T. U. at 7 p. m. Evening wor ship at 8- The pastor’s sermon sub ject will be "Today in Paradise”. The high school choir of the church W'ili furnish the special music. You are cordially invited to wor ship with us. Tabernacle — (Fundamental) — Sixth and Ann. John F. Warren, pastor. Bible school meets at 9:45 a. m. The pastor will speak at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The Lord’s sup per will be observed at the morn ing hour. Music will be under the direction of Mrs. W. T. Mercer. The young people will meet at 6:30 p. r-., with Mrs. L. L. Mills in charge. Prayer services each Wednesday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Bible study for everybody each Thursday even ing at 8 o’clock. All are invited to wrorship with us and a hearty wel come awaits all w’ho come. Gibson Avenue — Rev. G. W Bullard, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. J. C. Nortcfn, superinten dent. Worship services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. with the pastor preaching. Baptist Training Union meets at 6:30 p. m. with a complete organization, G. W- Murray, direc tor. Prayer service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The public is cordially invited to worship with us. Wrightsboro — Rev. H. S. Strick land, pastor. Bible school 9:45 a. m. C. J. Josenhans superintendent. Classes and departments for all ages. Morning worship hour 11 a. m. Mrs. J. L. Marshburn, pianist. Young people’s meetings.6:45 p. m. Seniors, led by group No. 1, R. W. Geddes in charge. Intermediate, led by Mrs. G. W. Trask will be con tinue the study of the Tabernacle with the pastor teaching. The Ju niors are led by Mrs. C. J. Josen hans and Miss Dorothy Stevens. Evening worship 8 o’clock. A series of cottage , raye. meetings will be gin Monday evening 7:30 o’clock. These prayer meetings will con tinue each night in the homes ex cept Wednesday at which time the regular prayer meeting will be held at the church at the same hour. The Woman’s Missionary society will meet at the church at 10:30 Wednesday morning for a day of prayer for Home Missions. The Sun beam band will present a program the last hour beginning at 2:30 p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to pray and worship with us. Temple—17th and Market streets. Rev. Arthur J. Barton, LL. D., pas tor. Congregational worship and preaching services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. The pastor will preach at each service- At the morning hour hi; subject will be, "The First Christian Martyr”—a follow up message to complete the one of last Sunday, at night, “Sold For Soup. ’ Sunday school 9:45 u. m., J. O. Greene superintendent. Graded de partments and classes for all ages. Baptist Training Union at 7 P- m Monthly deacons’ meeting Monday night at eight o’clock. Mid-week nraver service, followed by the re gular monthly business meeting, Wednesday night at eight o’clock. A hearty welcome and cheerful Christian fellowship await you al ways at the Friendly Chruch. PRESBYTERIAN Delgado—Sunday school 9:45 a. m. with classes for all ages. W. C. Scog gins, superintendent- Evening wor ship 7:30 p. m. with sermon by the pastor, Rev. C. C. Myers. His sub ject will be, “Returning Unto God. Young People’s league 6:45 p. m W. D. McCaig, teacher of Men's Bible class. Coley Reynolds in charge of the music. Mrs. Bell Fowler, mu sician. Public cordially invited to all services. McClure Memorial—Castle Hayne Morning worship 11 o’clock each Sunday. Sunday school 10 a. m. Classes for all ages, E- E. Heath, superintendent. Young People’s lea gue 6 p. m. First — Corner Third and Orange streets. Rev. A. D. P. Gilmour, D. D„ pastor. Mr. J. Lyman Cong’don, director of music apd religious edu cation. Sunday services; 10 a- m. Church school, with graded classes for all ages. 11:15 a. m. The com munion of the Lord’s Supper. Sub ject: “Returning unto God.” Spe cial music by the choir. 7 p. m. Meeting of the leagues. Monday 4 p- m. Meeting of the circles of the Woman’s Auxiliary. Monday 7:30 p. m. Meeting of the Boy Scouts. Tuesday 5:45 p. m. Short prayer service in the pastor’s study. Everyone is cordially invited to these services. Church cf the r ive’ ant — 15th and Market streets. Rev. J. Harry Whitmore, D- D., minister. Miss Lu cilla White, director of religious education. Mr. Arthur John, direc tor of music. Church school at 9:45 o'clock. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 o’clock. Ser mcr. by the pastor: ‘‘Returning Unto God”. Vesper service at 5 o’clock. Message by the pastor: “Be Still My Scul.” Pioneers will meet at 7:15 o’clock and Senior-Young People at 7 o’clock. Executive com mittee of the Woman’s Auxiliary will m t at 3:30 o’clock on Monday. Girl Scouts will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday at 3:15 o’clock. Pri mary and Junior expanded sessions on Wednesday at 3:15 o’clock. Boy Scouts will meet on Friday at 7:30 o’clock. You are cordially invited to wor ship at the Church of the Covenant. St. Andrews — Corner Fourth and Campbell streets. Rev. Charlton H. Storey, D. D- minister. Carroll C. Riddle, director of music and re ligious education. Mrs. Laura Ho well Norden, organist. J. E. Wood burn, superintendent of the church school. J. K. Bannerman, teacher of McClure Men’s Bible class. Church school 10 a. m. A class for every age. 11 a. m. Morning wor ship. Theme for the morning sermon Returning Unto God. Organ pre lude: “Prayer.” Devred. Hymn-an them, "In the Hour of Trial.” St. Andrews choir. Offertory: Anthem, “Teach Me O Lord” Thomas Att wood. St. Andrews choir. 5 p. m. Vesper service. Sermon topic, "The Greatest Joy.” Organ meditation, “Andante.” Chauvet. Offertory an them: “Brother James Air.” Maro sa. By the choir. 6:15 p. m. Meet ing of the Young People. Mr. Rid dle’s class will have cnarge of the worship program. A cordial welcome av its you at all our services. Immanuel — Corner Fifth and Meares streets. The Rev. F. S Johnston, pastor. Norman Mintz, or ganist and choir director. Church school, 9:45, Harry Wettig, general superintendent. Class for every age. Morning worship and sermon by pastor, 11 o’clock. Theme: "Return i> ; Unto God.” Evening worship and sermon by pastor 7:30. Young people meet 6:45. Important notice: There will be a congregational meeting immediately following the morning service to consider the bud get for the new church year be ginning April 1. Mid-week prayer and Bible study Wednesday 8 p. m. Winter Park — Rev. Raleigh M. Engle, pastor, Sunday school at 10 a. m., Jno. L. Lamb, superintendent. Worship service at 11 a- m., Young People at 6:45 p. m. Mid-week ser vice on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Pearsall Memorial — Rev. Raleigh M. Engle, pastor. Sunday school at 30 a. m„ Melzar Pearsall, superin tendent. Young people at 6:45 p. m. Worship service at 7:30 p- m. Circles of the Woman’s Auxiliary on Tues day at 3:30 p. m., at the Catherine Kennedy Home and at 8 P- m. at the home of Mrs. E. H. Cheshire. Mid-week service on Wednesday ill 8 p. m. SALVATION ARMY The Citadel — 215 S- Fr nt street. Brigader and Mrs. J. V. Breazeale, officers in charge. Captain Marga ret Wynn, assistant. Sunday school 10 a. m. Worship service 11 a- m. Young Peoples meeting 6:30 p. m. Open Air service 7:30 p. m. Salva tion meeting 8 p- m- Young Peo ples meeting, Tuesday 7:30 P- m. Prayer service, Wednesday 7:45 p. ] Ladies Home League meeting, Tt ursday 7:30 p. m. Wright Street Hall — 321 Wright street. Sunday school 10 a. m. Open Air service, Friday 7:30 P- m. Holi ness meeting, Friday 8 p. m. The public is invited to attend these services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist: 17th and Chestnut streets. Service S'unday morning at 11 o’clock. Sub ject of lesson sermon: “Christ Je sus.’’ Sunday school at 10 o’clock. Wednesday evening meetings at 8 o’clock. At othe.- meeting may be heard testimonies and remarks on Christian Science. Reading room in the church edi fice, where the Bible and all au thorized Christian Science literature may be read or obtained, inis room is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 to 5 P- n>. The public is cordially invited to attend | all services and visit the reading room. CATHOLIC St. Mary’s—Masses on Sunday at 7, 9, and 10:30. Mass during the week at 7 o’clock. Holy hour first Friday at 7 a. m. EPISCOPAL St. John’s — Third and ReS Cross streets. Rev. E. W. Halleck, rector. Services for the 4th Sunday in Lent. Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. Church school and Bible classes 10 a. m- Holy Communion and ser mon at 11 a. m. Y. P. S. L. 7 P. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 8 p. m- The pub”c is cordially Invit ed St. Janies — Corner Market and Third streets. Rev. Mortimer Glover, rector. Fourth Sunday in Lent. Holy Communion 8 a. m. Church school 10 a. m. Rector's class for adults 10:15 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon 11 a. m- Young People's Service league 7 p. m. A cordial Today’s Sermon j BY WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D. I _Editor of Advance I Text: Matthew 26:17-30. Our lesson, based on the story ol the Last Supper in the Upper Boom where .Tesus was observing the Passover with His disciples, brings i us into the closing scenes of our Lord’s earthly ministry and His preparation for Calvary. It is upon this Last Supper and the symbolic eating of the bread and drinking of the wine that the communion service in the Chris tian Church has been established. It is fit ng—especially in these days when there is such great need of drawing Jews and Christians together in tolerance and in love for one another—that the Last Supper, which founds the Chris tian service of communion, should have been the Jewish Passover, still observed with such solemnity and devotion by Jews throughout the world. * * * The Passover and the service of communion have more in common, however, than this association in the lives of Jesus and His disciples. They are designed to promote the same spirit of faith and gratitude to God for His mercy and salvation. Both emphasize the reality of re ligious fellowship and the conscious ness of a bond of unity in faith, hope, and devotion. They also em phasize that element of sacrifice that has been so essentially asso ciated with religious service and with human welfare. The progress and betterment of man has been possible because of those who have borne heavy burdens and accepted great sacrifices to attain it welcome is extended, especially to visitors and strangers. St. Luke’s — Formerly Delgado Mission. 125 Spoffords. Ashley T. St. Amand, lay-reader in charge. Holy Communion, Rev- J. Leon Ma lone, celebrant 9 a. m. Church school 4 p. m. Vespers 7:30 p. m. Come, a welcome awaits you St. Andrew’s-On-The-Sound —Rev. J. Leon Malone, rector. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Y. P- S- L., 7 p. m. Holy Communion and sermon, 8 p. m. St. Andrews’ tries to serve the spiritual needs of the community. Church of fjie Good Shepherd — Sixth and Queen streets. The fourth Sunday in Lent. Rev. Frederick A. Tdrner, rector. Church school at 9:45 a. m. Holy Communion and ser mon, H a. m. There will be a cor porate communion of St. Ann’s Guild at this time. Evening song and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Childrens’ ser vice 4 p. m. Tuesday afternoon- Mid week Lenten prayer service 8 p. m. Wednesday evening. Mr. Turner will preach his first sermon as the nev rector and members and friei s are cordially invited to wor ship with us St. Paul’s—16 and Market streets. Rev. Alexander Miller, rector. 7:30 a. m. Ce bration of the Holy Com munion. 9:45 a. m. The church school. 11:15 m. Celebration of the Holy Communion. 7 p- m. Y. P. S. L. meeting. Lenten services every afternoon next week, except Sat u day, at 5 o’clock. The ’.ev. Wal ter Raleigh Noe, executive secre tary of the Diocese of East Caro lina, will officiate. HOLINESS Church of God — Monday 7:45 p. m. Choir practice. Wednesday 7:45 p. m. Prayer service and Bible study. Friday 7:45 p. m. Y- P. E. service, President Canal Teaehey. Sunday 10 a. m. Sunday school. Sunday 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor, Rev. W. W- Harmon. Sunday 7:45 p. m. Service. Sunday school superin tendent, Raymond Murray. Choir ster, G. R. Willoughby. Pianist, Ruth Teaehey. The series of meet ings will close Sunday night, March 3. The public is cordially invited to attend the closing services. You are welcome. HOLINESS First Pentecostal— North Second and Parsley streets. Rev. I- D. Dickens, pastor. Residence, Oakley, Castle Hayne Road. Post office ad dress Box 201, Wilmington. Sundav school 10 0a. m. B. A- Blake, super intendent. A class for all ages. Morn ing service 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Young People’s service 6:45 p. m. Miss Alene Greer, president. Evening service 7:45 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Mid-week prayer and praise service Wednesday evening at 7:45. The Friendly workers cir cle will meet with Mrs. A. F. Con nor, in her home in Oakley. Thurs day evening at 7:45. The public is most cordially invited to xxrr»r*cV»ir» with ns in all nf niir sf»rv ices. You will find a friendly welcome and spiritual service here at the friendly church. NON-DENOMINATIONAL Castle Heights — Mrs. W. T. De Vane, Jr., will conduct non-denomi national religious services this af ternoon, at 3 o’clock, and tonight l.: 8 /clock at the Castle Heights church, Fifteenth and Castle streets. Her subject will be ’’There Are Others.” Special instrumental and vocal selections will be rendered at the night service. Singing will be led by a large mixed chorus choir, to gether -with the Castle Heights or mi,. : „ .• :__: attend. Sunday school will assemble at 2 p. m. to study the text: “The poor useth intreaties; but the rich answereti- roughly. A m a n that hath friends must show himself friendly; but there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother.” Prov. 18-23:24. LUTHERAN St. Paul’s — Sixth and Market streets. The Rev. Walter B. Freed, pastor. Morning worship service 11 a. m., sermon: “The Greatness of God.” Vespers 8 p. m., sermon: "This Treasure in Earthen vessels.” Sunday school, with classes for a" ages, 9:45. Luther leagues 7 p. m Lenten service Wednesday 8 p- m.. This last Passover of the dis :iples with the Master was a period of great sadness, because Jesus lad assured the disciples that one if them should betray Him. The shadow of the Cross was very de finitely upon Him, and the disciples, who had turned from all that they lad in this world to follow Him, were puzzled and disappointed to find that, instead of settirg up an sarthly kingdom, He was going to some mysterious fate. Apparently they did not even understand what this fate would be or how, through suffering, their Master wvs to ful fill His earthly mission. * * * But in the depth of their sorrow, :hey must have sensed a deeper my stery. They may not have under oread and gave it to them, and when He spoke of the wine in the cup as His blood, “poured out for the remission of sins,” and when He spoke of the time when He would drink of the fruit of the vine anew with them in H i s Father's kingdom, although they may not have understood, they must have sensed some world of glory above the tragedy that overshadowed them. We see these things after the fact. We can enter into these ex periences and understand as the dis ciples did not understand. It is this that ought to enrich for us •he ser vice of communion, the Lord’s Sup per which repeats and symbolizes in our experience what happened m that Upper Room. sermon: “The Parables of Hidden Treasure and the Pearl of Great Price.” A supper meeting of the men of St. Paul's Friday evening at 7 o’clock in the Luther Memor ial buildingt L. A. Plummer the speaker. A most cordial welcome awaits the worshipper at St. Paul’s, and a special invitation is extend ed to strangers and visitors to wor ship with us. St. Matthew's — 919 North Fourth street. The Rev. Carl H. Fisher, pas tor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Adolf worship service 11 a. m., sermon: ‘‘One Never Trusts in God in Vain." Lenten services Wednesday, March 6, 8 p. m. We are always glad to have visitors join us in the worshj > of our God. WESLEYAN METHODIST Wesleyan Methodist — Corner 18th and Castle streets. Song ser vice begins at 7 p. m., followed by sermon by the pastor, 0. A. Kiger The public is cordially invited. ADVENT CHRISTIAN Sixth Street—Jas. R. Lee, pastor. Sunday school—9:45 a. m. Morn ing worship — 11 a. m. Evening worship 8. Pastor will speak at both services. Special family day service at 11 a. m. Topic for eve ning message “Is Your Faith an As set or a Liability.” Fourth Street, Rev. S. E. Thur low, pastor. Corner Fourth and Church street. Sunday 10 a. m. Mr. H. S. King, supt. Morning service 11 a. m. Sermon by the pasior. Junior and Senior Loyal Workers will meet at 7 p. m. Night service 8 p. m. Sermon subject. “The All Powerful Christ.” Prayer meeting Wednesday night 8 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend all serv ices. NON-SECTARIAN Church of God —21st street a id Gibson Avenue. Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Sermon subject. "Why Your Prayers Are Not Answered.” If you are having trouble it w'ill pay you to come out. •T. L. Taylor, pastor. CHRISTIAN rnu: __a t_ „l_ James Lawson. R. D., minister. Sunday school 9:45. J. p. Garrott, superintendent. Morning worship 11. Evening worship Spring Rally Day will be observ ed in the Sunday school and in the morning worship service- At the morning service the minister will preach on the subject; “I Will Come Back Again.” Miss Azalene South erland will sing, “Satisfied With Jesys,” by McKenney. The prelude, "Evening Star” by Wagner, will be played by Arley Southerland, violin ist. CONGREGATIONAL Gregory Community: Nun, be tween Sixth and Seventh streets. The Rev. Spurgeon Jay Mayfield, pastor. Ruth Hall Brown, director of music and religious education. M. Candler Ready, superintendent adult department. Church school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morn ing worship at 11:15 a. m. The Rev. Mayfield will fill his pulpit at all services today, speak ing to the general theme during the Lenten season: “In The Foot Steps of the Master from The Place Where He Was Born to the Place Where He Was Crucified.” Holy Communion services will be held at the morning hour and also at 6 p. m. The Young People's Forum will meet at 5 p. m., led by Miss Fannie Davis, president of the forum. A cordial invitation is extended to all. j | Perdew, Sprunt Make College Honor Roll DAVIDSON, March 2—Two Wil mington students at Davidson were placed on the dean’s list for the spring term, having made an aver age of B plus or higher during the semester. 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