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lE. ORATORICAL WINNER IS NAMED Hiss Mildred Lindblom to Represent D. C. Unions at Kansas City. Miss Mildred Lindblom of 1415 East "apitol street, representing Keller ■'emorial Lutheran Christian Endeavor nion. won the contest as representative •om the District of Columbia unions > the Christian Endeavor International '"ratorical Contest to be held at, the 'Kansas City convention in July. There 11 be representatives from every State id Canada. Miss Evelyn Richards of the Rhode •and Avenue Methodist Protestant bristian Endeavor Society was awarded ■eond place. The judges were Miss 'die Maple, Nelson Mason and Victor ussell. The Christian Endeavor world con -st has narrowed down to Miss Ruth enders of Calvary Christian Endeavor ocietv and Miss Eileen Robinson of ”allace Memorial United Presbyterian. Efforts for Convention. At the monthly union meeting at Vallaee Memorial United Presbyterian '?st Monday evening the presidents’ ■mmittee on bringing the international convention to Washington in 1931 re tried progress, and will make a final ■ 'nort at the next union meeting. The District has registered 110 of the ! ~0 they are trying to register before Kansas City convention. A play. “Adam and Eva.” was pre "nted by the Church of the Convenant r hristian Endeavor Society last Wed "sday evening. Flying Squadron No. 1. with Robert minons in charge, will meet with the • utheran Place Memorial Christian En • ~avor Society April 14. Flying Squadron No. 2, with H. Lee •nlth in charge, will meet with the ■ hristian Endeavor Society at Walter ~ed April 14. April Meeting Plan. The April meeting of the union will with the Keller Memorial Lutheran hristian Endeavor Society. There will a debate at this meeting on some nses of Christian Endeavor work. Miss tdblom will deliver her oration at this eting to the seniors. The Intermediate Christian Endeavor ’ ion is planning to sponsor a concert the Tech Glee Club, April 12, at -mortal United Brethren Church. Takoma Park Christian Endeavor So -y will have their annual banquet rch 23. A committee on which Miss ' her Royle is chairman has planned ”iod program for the banquet. The -icipal speaker will be Rev. Frank ' Getty. “’he Christian Endeavor Society of ' ’ First Brethren Church has com -led a Christian Endeavor month. campaign was under the direction Preston Campbell. Merritt L. Smith 1 Luther Kinard were the two guest -skers. and the pastor of the church -ducted one of the meetings. "he attendance trophy was won at - last union meeting by the Society Keller Memorial Lutheran Church. Representative Ludlow to Speak. Representative Louis Ludlow of In na will address the Harrison Bible ss of ‘Congress Street Methodist ntestant Church, 123 C Thirty-first -et, tomorrow morning at 9:45 o'clock the auditorium of the church. His Meet will be “Ti e Milestones of inress.” E. C. Dixon will have charge the lesson and give a short talk on All men are welcome. Sermon Subjects Chosen. Pev. Homer A. Kent, pastor of the st Brethren Church. Twelfth and E -ets southeast, will preach at 11 ’ock tomorrow on the subject, “A urch's Call to Separation.” At 7:45 -i. his subject will be “Isaiah's Vision the Temple.” Sunday school will -et at 9:30 a.m., Christian Endeavor 6:45 p.m. Jhurch of the Holy Trinity Apostolic Faith ISIS ltth STREET N.W. ELDER LEWIS T. CHAPMAN. Pastor, '-•rder of services for week beginning Sun - -March 17: Sunday School. 9:30 am. •cial messages from the Lord. 11 am. i 8 p.m. Revival services each night. -Png Friday. March 22. Tue*. and Thurs . m 12 to 1 p.m . special praver meetings. •>d gpeakers. lively and spiritual singing • each service. A MOST CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL. * (HatljoUf 3t. Mary’s Church sth St. N.W. Bet. G * H Sts. Sunday Masses Low Masses at 7:15 and 8:15. High Mass at 9:15. Last Low Mass at 11:30. \ St. Matthews Conneetlrat and Rhode Island Avenues Very Rev. W. Coleman Nevila, S. J. President of Georgetown University, will preach at the 10 o'clock masa tomorrow morning on— “lnsurance of the Soul” At 8 o’clock in the evening Very Rev. E. G. Fitzgerald, O. P. will render the fifth of a course of popular lectures. Subject—“ The Nature and Ef fects of Redemption Through Christ” St. Patrick’s Church 10th St. between F and G N.W. Sunday, March 17, Passion Day The Morning Masses —6,7, 8,9, 10 and 12 olemn Vespers of St. Patrick, 8 P.M Preacher —Rev. J. J. Callaghan The A. O. H. and Ladies' Auxiliary Will Attend Monday, March 18 (Transferred Feast of St. Patrick) Masses 7, 8 and 12:10 Bolemn High Mass at 10 AM. The young ladies of the high schoo •till sing the Proper and Ordinary o he Mass. No Sermon. Unitarian Unitarian 1| ALL SOULS CHURCH Sixteenth and Harvard Streets Minister ULYSSES G. B. PIERCE, D. D. 9:45 A.M.—All Souls’ Church School 11 :00 A.M. —Morning Worship Sermon by the Minister: . “Life of the Ages” FLORA McGILL KEEFER, Mezzo-contralto CHARLES TROWBRIDGE TITTMANN, Bass LEWIS ATWATER. Organ 5:00 P.M.—Quiet Period with German Program. Lewis Atwater, organist; assisted by Ruby Smith Stahl, soprano 7:30 P.M.—Motion Picture Hour. ••I>AWN”~On account of the Interest tn this internationally commended picture of Nurse Edith Cavell. there will be ft special prr«if*ntflt|on fct 3:15 o'clock ■i,-.. -1 ■ Oratorical Winner Wyfy jp|* r r MISS MILDRED LINDBLOM. i ; SPECIAL SERVICE TOPIC AT ST. STEPHEN’S CHURCH j “Was Christ Really Tempted?'’ to Be Answered by Rev. Dr. Dudley, Pastor. 1 “Was Christ Really Tempted?" is the ' mbjeet of special service a* St. Stephen's • ject of special service at .St. Stephen's and the Incarnation Church tomorrow ■ night. t A special feature of the Sunday eve - i ning services during Lent is the series > of cuestions which are being answered f by Dr. George Fisk Dudley. The one ’ for this week is “Was Christ Really • j Tempted?” The rector presented a class of 50 1 to the bishop for confirmation Friday ‘ ] evening. They will take their first com r munion Easter day. Services Are Announced. I j L , Passion Sunday tomorrow will be ob- j I served at Transfiguration Church by j , j holy communion at 7:30 a.m.. morning : :; prayer and sermon. 11 o'clock; evening ; prayer and address at 8 o’clock. Church ! school at 9:30 a.m. Dr. William S. • Bishop will be the speaker at the Wed nesday evening service. t (Dlltpr HALL MISSION 713 D ST. N.W. For the Promotion of , ' Scriptural Holiness i Service eTery Sunday st. 2:30 pm. • ALL. WELCOME Washington Ycgoda Society l i Founded by Swami Togananda Brahmehari Jotin, A. B. HEALING-MEDITATION SERVICE March 17, 1929, 8:00 P.M. STONLEIGH COURT 110 f» L Street N.W. j Everybody TV elr nvir. Passion Play j COLORED PICTURES Peace Pageant Foundry M. E. Church 16th St. Near P St. Sunday—B P.M. ? PUBLIC INVITED i Society of Washington, D. C. 1326 Eye Street N.W. Pbone Franklin 1889. Open daily except holidays. Classes every day. Services morning, afternoon and evening Sundays. j gnattgrltral “Will the Temporal Power of the Pope Be Restored World-Wide At This Time ?” 1 ; IS THE COMING OF • CHRIST AT HAND? A Great Phephery Fulfilling. Illljfflgß W * ■ Wf- jm ' B. G. WILKINSON. Ph. D. b \ Dean of Theology, Wash. Miss. College ARCADIA AUDITORIUM 3137 I4th St. N.W. (near Park Road) MUSICAL PROGRAM 1 7:30 p.m. Victor Johnson, Song Leader 7:15 P.M. Medical Demonstration “Accident* and Emerrrncie* —Home Treatment." 5 Sunday, Mar. 17—Free THE EVEXTXH STAR. TVASHTXOTOX. D. A TO? EAT. AfAftHT Tfl. 7929/ CHURCH CANVASS TO BE COMPLETED Forty Teams to End Solicitation for First Presbyterian Budget. I i The First Presbyterian Church tomor- I row will complete the every member : canvass. There are about 40 teams of • two or more persons to the team who have been soliciting subscriptions for the budget of the church for the next 12 months. After the morning service all the workers will be entertained at luncheon at the church and will tabulate the re sults of their work. In the afternoon, should there be those who have not been seen, they will be visited during the afternoon. The workers have been invited by Dr. and Mrs. Patterson to be their guests at a tea. which will be served at , the chapel at 6 o'clock. Further rr ! ports will be made at this time and a social will be held. The final report of the canvass will be given at the midweek service Thurs day evening at the old church at 8 o'clock. Dr. Patterson, the pastor, will have j as the subject of his sermon tomorrow 1 morning. “The Price of Success,” and I in the evening. “The Christian's Equip ment. for Work.” The evening service is held at the ehappl. Massachusetts avenue and Thirty-sixth street, at 8 o'clock. Church school is held at 9 30 each Sunday morning at, both the old church and the chapel. “Organization Day” Planned. I “Organization Dav” will be observed j at Petworth M. E. Church tomorrow as part of its pre-Easter program. The morning sermon of Rev. S. E. Rose will have to do with “The Soul's Activity.” Young people’s service in the evening. Epworth League combines its devotional hour with the church service. Com bined program will be observed. Mes- i sage to the young people on "Playing I the Game.” | = dlntrrh i (SWEDENBORGIAN) CHURCH OF THE HOLY CITY 18th Above Q N.W. 9:4s—Classes of the Sabbath School. 10:00 —Arcana class for Adults, led by Mrs. Alice Thaeher Post. 11:00—Morning Worship. Sermon by the Rev. Horace W. Brgge Subject. “The Lowly Christ.” Contralto solo. Mrs. Ralph P. Barnard. Full Chorus Choir. Free Lending Library. Open Daily. Every One Always Welcome, raster. RF.V. PAUL SPERRY. Assistant. RE\\_HORACE W. BRIGGS. _ llmufraaltut FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH REV. FREDERIC W. PERKINS, D. D., Pa»tor SERVICER AT THE Ambassador Theater 18th St. and Columbia Rd. N.W. (Pending the Building of a New Church Edifice) March 17, at 11 a.m. SERMON TOPIC: “Forgive Us Our Trespasses” The Fifth In a Course of Lenten Ser mons on the Lord's Prayer Musical Ministry: Led by Vested Chorus Choir, Dr A. W. Harned. Organist and Director. Kindergarten at the Same Hour i Church School Convenes at 12:15 P.M. SEATS FREE BRING YOVR FRIENDS! grpHlnjlmatt IB ui ioui et. wuo vw *» »•»*» o‘• 1 ❖ jjkegftptertan * g i GEORGETOWN New York Avenue | r N.W. »• Y - A ”- H "* «* S, ‘- I; gj Rev. James T. Marshall. D. D., Pastor S 9:4sa.m.—Sunday School. Services Held in Masonic g 1 10:00 a.m.—Lenten Class for Women, . P Radciiffe by Mr * w c * Auditorium, N. Y. Ave. S 11:00 a m.—Worshiped Sermon. "The and 13th St. g One Altogether Level?. S jjj 7:00 p.m,—Senior Endeavor. Dr. Joseph R. Sizoo |l 1 Peck Memorial Chapel -- |i Penn. Ave. and 28th st. N.w. 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School. §j i H Irving W. Ketrhum. Minister. jg g 11:00 a m.—Public Worship. tl A.M. jjjj J 1 i 45p, ‘a Son of Abraham” “Jesus and the Cross” 1; lai Other services—Adult Classes —10 Jgj! s am. 1 Sunday School—3 p.m. Chris- (Broadcast Over WRC) S tian Endeavor—7 p.m. § I ® Special. _. 6:15 P.M. bi E Evangelistic services Monday to Prl- § ® day -6 P m., with different speakers Q £ Tea and © (3 and special music. vivc gj Ej For All People. * p M 1 METROPOLITAN “What Is Sin?” 1 Corner 4th and B Streets S.E. Wednesday. 11:30 A M.—Mayflower 1 gj Rev. Freeley Itohrer. Pastor. Lenten lecture— S 11:00 o'clock -Sermon by pastor. “Our "How Shall We Think of Jeans?” H [3 Sarrrd Privileges.”. .. ‘ Sj ® 7:45 o'clock—Young People's Night. 1 Washington Heights GUNTON-TEMPLE MeMorYat! ! I Rev. John C. Palmer. D. D.. Minister 16th and Newton Sta. S I Columbia and Kalorama Rds. Re». 5 Br.sk, A.. Pastor | [3 9:4sa.m.—Sunday School. Pastors 11:00a.m.—Sermon. "What Are We kl te) Adult Class. „ Seeking to Do With Oar S si 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon Life?” 5: s by Rev. David G. Wylie, Music by chorus choir. gj OS D. D.. of New York City. 6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor Meet- © © 8:00 p.m.—Dr. Palmer preaches the Ins. © gj Sermon. “The Law of Com- Mid-week Service. Thursday (gj @ pensalion.” at 8 p.m. I (Eljurrlf at the (tfmtetiant FOURTH , I Connecticut N St. N.W | il WM. A. nsENBERGER. Assistant. W . H . Miera, D. D. | , fj 9 45 AM., Sunday School. Igl 11—Kindergarten and Jr. Work. 11 A.M. ip] 11—Morning Worship. Sermon by “A Forgotten Prayer Jesus [3 | i|j I»r. Charles Wood Commanded” rfj “Christ’s Plan for Man” g p.M. jj' Covenant Quartet will ilng. “Grant “Jeaua ia Greater Than Jacob” © IS Us Thy Peace" < Manner). “The Silent « !Sea” INeidllnger). Solo for Tenor. gj "The Crucifix” (Eaure). QIYTI-I S 7:00 P.M., Christian Endeavor 1 I* B—Evening Worship. Sermon by the 16th and Kennedy Sta. N.W. I SUPERLATIVE "deals* 8 REV. GODFREY CHOBOT 1 S 8 p.m. Thursday. r B S MIDWEEK SERVICE 9:45 a m —Graded Sabbath Behool. © i j? : 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship With Ber- (3 ' EASTERN ..Ti.7pioughm.o-- I &4 Md. Ave. and Sixth St. N.E. 7 :00 p m.-Christian Endeavor. i=j) Alfred E. Barrows, D. I)., Pastor visitors always welcome. j| (3 11:00 a.m.—"Back to Bethel.” 3 i. l 9:30 a.m.—Bible School. /■«* w w w r-\r ACT a a 10:00 a.m.—Men’s Bible Class. f.rHr*. V I *.HA AT. s gj 7:00 p.m.—C. E. Meetings. 1 w © gj 7.45 p.m.—“Friend* of Jesus.” Chew Chase Circle fpnj C T J.k. M.r.hall R-. J- Hil'irn. IrlKbl pi. N .w. ,!;SS !:S:=ifbU c.?SS I © Bev. N. P. Patterson, D. D.. Pastor. 11 00 a m -Morning Worship. Sermon g f2J « . _ . , ... . by the Pastor. SI * m Church. r °° 8 * “If Thou Wilt, I Will” II @ 9:30 a m.—Church School at the Chap- n:00a m.—Junior Christian Endeavor. Sj Ml m W venu * 7:00 p m.—lntermediate Christian *n- ffl | i» 1 and dCiii street N.w. deavor S II 00 » m.-Morning Worship at the 7 :00 p m.- Joint Young People's Meet- § ® ld Church. Sermon by ins. speaker. Miss Angy a the Pastor. Subject, The Manning Taylor. Subiect, S |3 . of S? cce u S ' . tv, “The Poem of Jehovah." s, © B;oopm.—Evening Worship at the I —[a S Chapel. Sermon by the ——— . a pi Pastor. Subject. “The U/CQTkDnI @ [d Christian's Equipment for W L.f 1 Lil\l 1 5] S Work,” ts, ! g H St. bel. 19th and 20th Sts. N.W. © 1 ECKINGTON Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, Pastor g; id North Capitol Street, cor. Florida Ave. 11:00 A.M. ® HENRY B. wooding, minister. “Cherished Ideal*” H Morning Service —11. . .. _ @ g Theme. Most Beautiful Book 8:00 P.M. S Young h Meeting-6:45. “Life Insurance” 1 E Theme. B? 'TMWIII of God.” MUBIC BY THE QUARTET | Evangelistic Meetings Hr Bk Spp jfl jUL * Q&tW ) KAI.m IV. POLLOCK. TWO SERMONS PLANNED. Rev. C. B. Austin to Preach at West Washington Church. At the West Washington Baptist Church tomorrow, the pastor. Rev. C. B. Austin, will preach at both services.! J. E. Stack will teach the Berean Bible j j class. Evangelistic services will begin April i 1 7. “Cowboy Joe" Payne will be the | preacher. Qlfpiatahrlpliian Christadelphian Chapel 732 Webster St. N.W. S. S.. 10 a.m. Services, 11:15 a.m. Wed., Bible Study. 8 p.m. •prrHluitrrtan Miss Angy Manning Taylor Teaches LENTEN BIBLE CLASS Five Lessons From the Gospel by John. At the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church March IS, 19, 20, 21, 22 10:30 to 11 :.V) a.m. PUBLIC INVITED Church of the Pilgrims Southern Assembly Rev. Andrew Reid Bird, Minister 11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship In tho Gar den Room. Mayflower Hotel. 7:34 P.M.—Evening Worship in the Chapel of the new edifice, 22nd A P Sts. N.W. All weekday services in the new Sunday ' School Building. A CORDIAL WELCOME TO_ALt. CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN (SOUTHERN ASSEMBLY) Intersection of Fifteenth and Sixteenth and Irving Sts. N.W. Ree. JAMES H. TAYLOR. D. D., Pastor. 8:30 am.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Seimon by Dr. Taylor. 5:00 p.m —Westminster League. 7:00 p.m.—C. E. Society. 8:00 p.m.—Sermon by Dr. Taylor. 8:00 p.m —Thursday—Prayer Service. Take 14th st. car or “Mount Pleasant” ear or 16th st. bus to Irving st. EVANGELISTS TO HOLD NIGHTLY MEETINGS Services Will Be Conducted Next Week at Columbia Heights Church. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Pollock of Illinois will conduct special services at the Columbia Heights Christian ■ Church. Park road near Fourteenth street, beginning tomorrow and con tinued nightly, except Saturday, through Easter. Dr. Harvey Baker Smith, the pastor, lias arranged for the evangelists to con duct home meetings in the mornings and meetings for boys and girls in the afternoons. The night, meetings will be held at 7:45 o'clock. - • “GOAL OF MAN” IS TOPIC. Rev. Harry M. Wilson Will Preach at Fifteenth Street Christian. j “The Goal of Man” is the theme ; lomorrow morning at Fifteenth Street Christian Church. Fifteenth street and Kentucky avenue southeast, by Harry M. Wilson. Communion service will be observed. Junior church meets at 11 o'clock under the supervision of L. R. Butler. Junior and Intermediate Endeavor Societies and hte Missionary Training Class meet at 6:45 p.m. At the 8 o'clock service the pastor will preach the third of a series of five special sermons, the subject of which is “The Lost Book.” Cullirratt CHRIST Mlumiri Synod N. .1. Ave. Bet. M. and N Sts. J. Frederick Wenchel, Pastor 11:00 a. m.— S erm o n on ‘‘The Fifth Petition of the Lord’s Prayer.” 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. Thursday, 7:45 P.M., Lenten Service GRACE Sixteenth and Vsrnum Ste. N.W. Gerhard E. Lenskl, Pastor. 9:30 A.M.- Sunday School Servlee. 11:00 A.M.—First Anniversary Service. Dr. W. E. Schoette Will Preach. 7:46 P.M.—Organ Recital. 8:00 P.M.—Sermon by Dr. W. E. Schoette. Monday. March 18. 8 P.M., Lentrn Bervtce, Dr. Charles Jacobs will preach. Wednesday. March 20. 7:45 P.M.. Lenten Service with sermon by pastor. A Cordial Invitation to All! 7iniM * th * nd r Streets N.W. Rif hard Schmidt. D. D. 8. 8., 9:53 am. German. 10 a.m. Chief English Service. 11 a.m. Chapel New Hampshire Ave. * Buchanan. S. 8. 9:30 a.m. Luther League, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship. 8. LENTEN SERVICES Wednesday night at Chapel. Thursday night at Church. TRINITY 4th And E Sts. N.W. Missouri Synod Rev. Hugo M. Hennig 8:30 a.m.—German Service. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—English Service, "Christ and Light.” Lenten Services Wednesday, 8 p.m., German Thursday, 8 p.m., English CONCORDIA CHURCH (Evsngeliral Synod of N. A.) ‘•oth and G Sts. N.W. Rev. Charles Enders, Pastor 9:15 a.m.—Bible School. 10:44 a.m.—German service. 11:15 a.m.—English service. 8:00 n.m.—“Presentations of Conflr mands.” LENTEN SERVICE*: Wednesday. 8 p m.—English. Thursday. 8 p m.—German. EVERYBODY WELCOME COLUMBIA HEIGHTS. Park Road and N. H Ave. Services conducted bv pastor C. H. Butler at 11 and 8 o’clock. School, 9:45. Christian Endeavor Society. 7 p.m. * INCARNATION Gallatin and 14th (N.E. Corner) Rev. H. Mankrn. Jr., Pastor 9:44 a.m.—Bible School, i 11:44 a.m.—Worship and Sermon. : 7:15 p.m.—Luther I.eague. 8:00 p.m.—Vesper Rervlee. Thurs. Lenten. 8 P.M. ST. PAWS Rev. John T. Huddle, D. D. Rev. W. C. Waltemyer, B. D. Eleventh and H Sts. N.W. 9:30 a.m.—S. 8. 7:00 p m.—C. E. 11:00 a.m.—Sermon. Rev. Waltemyer. 9:00 p.m.—Vespers. Sermon. Sixteenth and II Sts. N.W. 9:30 a.m.— B. S. 7:00 n.m.—L. L. Thursday—Prayer Bervlce. Church of the Reformation 2nd and B Sts. B.E. REV. JOHN WEIDI.EY, Pastor. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday school. 11:00 a.m.—Morning service. 7:45 pm Evening service. Church of the Atonement North Capitol * R. I. Are. Howard E. Snyder, Pastor. ! 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. S. S. 9:45 a.m. (Cmtiirnjatimtal ; | | Mount Pleasant Congregational Church I 1410 Columbia Road N.W. | Rev. Mote* R. Lovell Mis* Lois M. Kugler Minister Director of Religious Education || SUNDAY " i 9:30 A.M.— Church School. |' 11:00 A.M.—Sermon: “JESUS AND LIFE’S INNER CONFLICTS” t 5:00 P.M.—Young People’s Porum. “The Interpretation of the Seventh Day Adventist Church,” by Dr. D. H. Kress. ! >! 6:30 P.M. — Discussion Group. Johan Bojer’s Book, “The New Tem ple.” Lender, Mr. Lovell. Thursday, March 21 ‘ j 10:00 AM. — Child Guidance Lecture. “Rethinking the Place of the Father in Home-building,” by Mr. Lovell, it! 8:00 p.m. — Address. “Religions of the World.” Speaker to be an- I FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Tenth and G Street* N.W. JASON NOBLE PIERCE, D. 1)., .Minister Sunday School, 9:30 a m. Christian Endeavor. 6:30 p.m. 9:45 a.m.—Friendly Class for Men; leader, Rev. F. N. Greeley. 10:00 a.m.—Women’s Bible Class; leader, Mrs. F, E. Webner. DR. JASON NOBLE PIERCE PREACHES • 11A.M.—“A LIFE PURPOSE” 8 P.M.—“WHERE YOU ARE” Motion Picture Sunday Night will illustrate the Sermon D. W. GRIFFITH’S “ISN' T LIFE WONDERFUL” On Thursday Night at 7:45 Dr. Pierce Speaks on “GROWING STRONG” Illustrated by photoplay "THE LION AND THE MOUSE’ A Warner Brothers Feature Freewill Offering* Every One Invited SERIES TO CONTINUE. Rev. Bernard Braskamp to Preach on Special Subject. Rev. Bernard Braskamp, pastor of the ■ Qunton-Temple Memorial Presbyterian 1 Church, will continue his series of Len ten sermons, and his special subject to morrow morning will be "What Are We Seeking to Do With Our Life?" | The monthly conference of the Sun- • day school workers of Presbytery will be held Tuesday in the chapel. The program will begin at 5:30 o’clock, and cupper will be served at 6 o'clock. Dr. Carroll to Preach. Dr. Julius S. Carroll, pastor of Mt. Zion M. E. Church, Twenty-ninth, near O street, preaches tomorrow morning j at. 11 o'clock his final sermon before j leaving for the annual conference in j Baltimore, Md.. Wednesday. The sub- i ject of the sermon is "Waiting on the j i Lord.” Church school. 9:30 am.: Ep ! worth League. 5:30 p.m.; Brotherhood, | 7 p.m. 8 p.m., the pageant, "The Tree ; of Life." Friends Meeting 1811 Eye St. N.W. Meeting at 11 A.M. Sunday ! Gathering in an outward silence is" not i enough. Each individual must consciously I and earnestly seek in humble reverence I lor a renewed sense of the Inward power of the spirit. HERBERT LEWIS. Clerk SS Eastern Ave.. Takoma Park. ALL ARE INVITED. FRIENDS 13th and Irving Sts. N.W. 9:45 a m.—Bible School. 11:00 a m.—Meeting for Worship. «:30 p.m.—Christian Endeavor. Thursday, 7: 45 p.m.—Prayer Meeting. CUhriHtimt jJcHRISTIANfj 1 0 PARK VIEW |-| Park Rd. Nr. Ga. Ava. W. F. Smith. FIFTEENTH STREET. n 15th St. and Kr. Are. S.E. Harry M. Wilson LI Urrmntit Attaint* ” I*l# Vermont Are. Northwest. “ Rev. Earle Wllfley, LL. D„ Pastor 11 a.m. - “Out of the Depth*” ■ 8 p.m. “Jesus and the World’s Need” j Z, The third in a series on ■ "Jesus and Human Relations" s>akmtta sark Takoma Park. Md. (Meet Seventh Day Adventist Ch.) M. Elmore Torner. Pastor. Prearhlng 11 a.m. and • p.m. HO—Graded Bible School. Nititk &tmt p 9th * D Sts. N.E. BENJAMIN H. MELTON, Minister JOSEPH A. SCOTT, Assistant. 9:3o—Graded Bible School. "J 11:00—Sermon subject, “Jesus and a Immortality." • I:4s— Christian Endeavor So- P" cleties. i 7:4s—Sermon Subject, "A Crown ! , of Stars." WELCOME. 3 (Cnhtmhta Park Road West of 14th St. |J 1 Harvey Baker Smith. Pastor. 9:3o—Church School. Lli ! 11:00—Sermon by Pastor. « 7:oo—Christian Endeavor. 8 00—Sermon by Pastor. A warm spot in the center of I Columbia Heights. (Hmujrttjatiottal Plymouth Congregational Church 17th and P Sts. N.W. THE CHI'RCH WITH A SMILE 9:.V) a m.—Church school. 11 :00 a.m.—Maj. Thomas Living ston, U. S. A., Retd. “GOD” 6:,V> p.m.-Y. P. S. C. E. 8:00 p.m.—lllustrated Old-Fash-j ioned Gospel Service. * J CLEVELAND PARK CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH George Farnham. Pastor S4th and Lowell Sis. Church School. 9:4s—Four depart ments. Mrs. Helena Kimball, di rector. Morning Worship, 11 am— “ The Three Crosses” Sunday Evening Club. *3O p.m— Bible study, singing and motion pictures. ! OBSERVES DECISION DAY. Petworth Baptist Pastor to Spank at All Services. At the Petworth Baptist Church to j morrow will be given to Decision day j In the Bible school and church serv ices. The pastor will speak at all the ■services, the Bible school at 9:30 a.m.. and the church service at. 11 o’clock. The subject of the morning service • is "Toilers of Eden.” and at 8 o’clock ! ‘ Compelled Achievement." iUrttuifast £|itarnpal (COLORED) GALBRAITH *•'&*&• *** 6th St., Bet. L A M St*. N.W. Rev. Wm. D. Battle, n. t).. Pastor. 9:30 a.m.—Church School and Bible Classes. , , I 11:00 a.m.—Sermon and Morning W orship. 6:15 p.m.—Varick C. E. Society. 8 on p.m—Sermon and Evening Worship. Vnur are welcome to onr service*. • ilrllfobiHt Eptflrupal fHfthnMst Spiaropal SMITH SOUTH Jj pnurnDTU " Tke c,OQd wm Ch * rfk ' ’ S H/l W V/1Y 11l 13 th St - ■* N - c - A vs. N.E. 5 Opposite Lincoln Park. Rev. John C. Copenhaver, D. D., Pastor P 11:00 am—Tomorrow, address by Miss Mabel K. Howell, of the staff of Scanitt | ra College for Christian Workers. Nashville. Tenn. 1 te) 8:00 p.m.—Sermon bv pastor. “I Want to Be Right With God When I Die.” h isa Thursday evening prayer meeting conducted by pastor, "The Power That E fill Worked at Penlaeost.” p \G Epworth League*. 6:30 and 7 o'clock Sunday evening. | «3 Sunday School, all departments, 9:30 a m.. Sunday. All are welcome. Enjoy worship with os. Music hy rested rholr. gj S. Edwin Moore, Jr.. Organist-Director. I FrancisAsbury CALVARY jj 16th Street N.W., Near Lamont 3040 Qtie Street N.W. j. j. RIVES, d. D„ PASTOR Rev. Edgar C. Beery, Pastor * aC] 11 a.m—Public worship and 11-00 AM I Sermon hy the Pastor. M ;,. Mahel Whlt'hesd 1 (2 8 p.m.—Public Worship. Ser* From Japan >3 mon bv the Pastor. * £ ~„ , . B=oo P.M. E i Vested Choir Mis* Alice Waters | M Fannie Shreve Heartsill. Director t 5g Nancy Alice Lowe, Organist 1 rom v '* mna i 1® _ _ , , Sunday Bchool. 9:45 A.M. e Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Senior Epworth league, 7:15 P.M. p « Prayer Meeting Thursday 8 p.m. Epworth Junior’s. Saturday, 3 P.M. | IMT. VERNON PLACE j £§ Southern Methodism’s Representative Church 6 900 Massachusetts Avenue N.W. I W. A. LAMBETH, D. D., PASTOR :[ g H. R. I)EAlJunior Preacher | I WOMAN’S MISSIONARY COUNCIL | II 11 A M.—“MAKING AMERICA CHRISTIAN” §2 Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon. D. D. @ 8 P.M.—(l) “THE JERUSALEM CONFERENCE” | I Miss Helen R. Calder | (2) “THE WORLD MISSION OF CHRISTIANITY” / 3 Reverend Milton T. Stauffer i a Monday—Clogtng Day of Missionary Council. 9 A.M. Jj 12 M.— (Doctor Elbert Russell). 2 P.M.. 8 P.M.. Deaconesses and | | Missionaries Consecrated by Bishop W. B. Beauchamp. D. D. | jp 8 P.M. Thursday—Prayer Meeting—Mr. Deal fßptifo&tHt Ejttaroiial iHrlhoMsl i-pifiriipal i Methodist Episcopal 5 William Fraser McDowell. Resident Bishop a J. Phelps Hand. District Superintendent P M j , LINCOLN ROAD CHIRCH Ja3 I La Lineobt Pd. ind l- Bt, N.E* K '<? IP! 111 /l 1/ Cl»rMf« H. Corknn, Patter 3 tL 4 V i 4 V CHEVY CHASE. I eg Columbia Road Near 15th Street j. t. gpienaii. | § MARK DEPP ——~ .v = C Minister Th * Chn,<,h w ith the Lighted Crete i P Miss Bess C. Miles TRINITY I Director of Religious Education. * 11 S M Louis Potter Tenna. Are. and Fifth St. S.l. Organist and Director of Music. Rer. FRANK STEELMAN. Minister. £ At Eleven O’Clock 9.30 am.—The Church School, g “BETTER RELIGION” n x*. wm. w I The Minister Preaches Cross. ’ At Eight O’clock 8 pm.—Our Happy Sunday Night i “Lamps Without Lights” _ service. E The Minister Preaches. "Beside th/lionnie n ßri^r ri ßush.” \ Music by Vested Chorus Quartet and chorus choirs. | » so-Th. church school. Metropolitan Memorial l 9:4o—Men’s Bible Claa*. r Dr. Christie. Teacher. <The National Methodist Church) 7:oo—T. P.’s Devotional Service. (Corner John Marshall Flare 1 Devotional Meeting Thursday at 8. and C Street N.W.) | Rev. Frank Steelman, speaks. . PI aa James Shera Montgomery g DUMBARTON AVENUE Minister Dumbarton Ave. Near Wisconsin Ave. 9 30—Church School. Rev. ROBERT S BARNES. Pastor. g :3o _ Adult Bible C IMS. | HO? .*m-Presr < hln A b°y the Pastor. DOCTOR MONTGOMERY, 7:00 p.m.—Epworth League. j Teacher. fc xttsrrizz’mzz **awßStra« [ WESLEY SU “The Governor’, Connecticut Are. and Jocelvn St., uxr »y CHEVY CHASE. D. C. WagOllS Fred Coombs Reynolds. Minister 5 45 —Epworth League Devo- ~ tional Service. 9:4S a.m.—Sunday School B:oo—Public Worship with Ser- y 11 A.M. mon by _ c * DOCTOR MONTGOMERY on g Strawbrldge Home for Boy*. ' “THE VISION OF THE § . u NEW EARTH” Where is Heaven. imperial male qcartet will | SING AT BOTH SERVICES. _ _ . _ __ __ . 1 8:»0— Thursday eyenlng Lenten HAMUNE rA ;;^ P y \ Sixteenth at Alliaon Street Id I|l I I jlc Y I «'»«• D ■>• 4 4 s § Si ”~"‘ h «• N> “ '«• | CC II 00 a.m Sermon. Subject. Frederick Brown Harris, D. D. k W “Tho Stewardship of Life” Minuter. » 7:00 p.m.—Epworth League. Eddy L. Ford, M. A. g << j “Children of the Parsonage Director Religious Education. R P Night” 9:30 A M.—Church School, gl 800 p.m.—Sermon. Subject. 11'00 AM (c “Our Christian Heritage” , (T , _ . . pl„j») » Mr E 8 Brashcar* and MU* The Lost Cho d g |& Mabel Flchr assisting In the evening 7:00 p.m.—Epworth League. P service. 800 p.m.—Dramatic presentation ]g Sh of the Passion Play. I “Organization Day” ;TSdl<S D o r i H £ 1 In the Pre-Easter program. Angeles. § “The Soul’s Activity” Music by Foundry Quartette Choir 'g k. 3ls the subject of the pastor's message Thursday. d:00 P.m. —Mid-week Praise g 83 at 11 a.m. and Prayer Service. “Playing The Game” 8 !w Young People's service. The pastor Pro-Easter Religious Services g> speaks to tnem on the above topic. ~ , mm .a a* , 3 | Service iwns *t 1 30 p m McKendree Methodist 1 Lenten Meditation Church I rg Thursday at 8 p.m. r. . . c . . c . a Will Conduct Special Services S g PETWORTH March 17 to March 31 I ® Grant Circle and N. H. Aye. N.W. F.ach Evening at Eight O’Clock I Samuel E. Rose, M. A., Pastor Tomorrow’s Topics will k« g 11:00 A.M. Brightwood Park -the god which Cor. Bth and Jefferson Sts N.W. o /i/l a MM WALTER M. MICHAEL OtUV r .M. 9:45 s.m.—Church School. 11 s.m. “AM I READY TO MEET 3 and p.m.—Worship. 7 p.m.—Ep- MY GOD 7" llnttrh Srrthrrn Memorial United Brethren Church Nerlh Canitol and R Streets. Rev. Simpson B. Daugherty. D. D.. Pastor Rev. J. Herachet Cooper. AssUtsnt Pastor j Morning at 11: "THE DRY BROOK.” Sermon by Dr. S B Daugherty. Evening at 8: “THE STREAM OF LIFE.” Six-reel motion picture on "Home Training." Sunday School. *MH. C. F. Soclctir*. 7. "DECISION DAY." Lenten servire Thursday and Lavoion's Oraanirauon Thursday evenins. 8 o'eloek. A week of intensive visitation evan gelism will be instituted tomorrow morn ing with Decision Dav" in the Stands v School. Thi* work will be followed up throughout the week by the pastor, the teichers and officers and the class com mittees The new members will be re ceived into the church on Palm Sunday and Easter Sunrinv. with special service* each evening during Holy Week, with a i series of sermon* by the pastor on •'Christ's Passion In Art.” Reproduction* of the masterpieces will be distributed at. each service.