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SOCIETY Tke President and Mrs. Hoover Hosts to I * nf Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Hoover of California. PRESIDENT and Mrs. Hoover have with them at the White House the former's brother and sister in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Hoover. Dr. Theodore Hoover has been a guest at the Executive Mansion for some day s , and was joined this morning by Mrs. Hoover. President and Mrs. Hoover received those attending the Republican School of Politics in session at the Willard Hotel at 12:30 p.m. today. Ambassador of Brasil Host To Dinner Guests Tonight. The Ambassador of Brasil. Senhor S. Gurgel do Amaral, will be host to a company of 25 at dinner this evening. The Ambassador of Cuba and Senora de Ferrara started today for Texas, where they will attend the Southwestern Trade Conference. They will make sev eral other visits on their way back, re turning in a fortnight. Miss Jane Davis, daughter of the Sec retary of Labor and Mrs James J. Davis, will celebrate her tenth birthday anniversary at a party this afternoon, when she will have 26 of her young friends as guests. The Minister of Sweden. Mr. W. Bos trom, left Washington yesterday for New York to attend a memorial service for the late Queen of Sweden, to be held today at 2:30 in the Church of Gustavus Adolphus. He will go to Chi cago and Minneapolis before returning to the Capital April 22. Senator and Mrs. Hiram Bingham entertained at dinner last evening in honor of Count de la Vaulx. The other guests were the Ambassador of France and Mme. Claudel, Senator and Mrs. Hiram Johnson. Representative Edith Nourse Regers, the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aviation, Col. Clarence M. Young; the former Assistant Secre tory of Commerce for Aviation and Mrs. William P. MacCracken, Jr., and Mrs. Adolph K. Barta. Senator and Mrs. Royal S. Copeland •will entertain at the dinner dance this evening in the gold room of the Ward man Park Hotel in honor of Miss M. J. Lum of New York, who is their guest at the hotel for the week end. Mrs Longworth. wife of the speaker, and Representative Ruth Hanna Mc- Cormick will be the honor guests of the Women's National Press Club at the weekly luncheon Tuesday in the Willard room suite at the Willard Hotel at 1 o'clock. Representative and Mrs. T. J. B. I Robinson will entertain at supper to morrow evening in their apartment at the Hotel Roosevelt. Representative and Mrs. Robinson will be joined at < the hotel the middle of next week by i the former’s brother. Mr. W. L. Robin son of Hampton. lowa, who will visit | here before sailing for Europe. Miss I Betty Bell Thornton, granddaughter of Representative Robinson, will accom pany Mr. Robinson East and will pass a month or six weeks with Representa tive and Mrs. Robinson at the hotel. Mrs. Quin, wife of Representative Percv E. Quin, and president general of the D. A. R., will entertain at tea Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the •Congressional Club, for the Mississippi delegation in Congress and the Missis sippi delegation to the D. A. R. Con gress. Mrs. F. S. Purnell, wife of Representa tive Purnell, heads the list of pa tronesses for the Roosevelt Spring dance to be given on April 28 at the Hotel Roosevelt. Other patronesses for the dance are Mrs. J. A. Van Orsdel. wife of Judge Van Orsdel of the United States Court of Appeals: Mrs. William Hamilton Bayly, Mrs. W. H. Whitcover and Miss Amie Holland. *oi tner Representative and Mrs. Thomas W. Phillips will enteretain at a tnusicale this evening in their home on Massachusetts avenue, when Mr. Rafaelo j Diaz of the Metropolitan Co., will give the program. Mr. Maurice La Farge will be at the piano. Mrs. Phillips will entertain at a musicale this evening ! when the program will be given by the same artist. The tea planned for the Missouri delegates to the congress of the N. S. D. A. R. by Mrs. Arthur M. Hyde, Mrs. Roscoe Patterson. Mrs. Joseph J. Man love and Mrs. Charles P. Keyser will be given tomorrow afternoon in the home of Mrs. Keyser, on Decatur street. Mme. Papanek, wife of the secretary of the Czechoslovakian legation, enter tained at tea yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. George R. Farnum, wife of the former Assistant Attorney Gen eral. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson White will entertain a company of 30 at dinner this evening at Wardman Park Hotel. Gen. John J. Pershing will sail from New York today on the Leviathan to spend two months abroad. Mrs. E. H. G. Slater entertained a company at luncheon today in compli ment to Mr. Walter Gay, the artist, and Mrs. Gay of Paris. Col. and Mr*. Batcher Hosts at Dinner Dance. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Edwin Butcher entertained at dinner last evening at the Army War College followed by dancing. The company Included Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Charles H. Bridges, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Stephen O. Fuqua, Col. and Mrs. Lorenzo D. Gasser, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. James J. O'Hara, Maj. and Mrs. Thomas B. Catron, Maj. and Mrs. Matthew J. Gunner, Maj. and Mrs. Jo seph Patch, Maj. and Mrs. Lloyd Jones, Maj. and Mrs. Thompson Lawrence. Maj. and Mrs. Edwin King, Maj. Wal lace. U. S. M. C., and Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Henry J. Weeks and Lieut. Charles Stafford, U. S. A., sister and brother of Mrs. Fuqua. Maj. and Mrs. Richard LaGarde have been joined by their daughter, Miss Lilia LaGarde. who has returned from a trip to Panama. Lieut, and Mrs. Lloyd Harrison have as their guest the latter's mother, Mrs. Herbert C. Sanford of Knoxville, Tenn, lice regent of the Bomy Kate Chapter. N. S. D. A. R. Mrs. Sanford will re main a week or 10 days. Mrs. Philip Lee Phillips entertained at luncheon in the crystal room at the Willard yesterday in honor of Mrs. J. Thompson Wailes of New York. O-her guests at the luncheon were Mrs. Rob ert D. Cummin, Mrs. Edwin G. Klntner, Mrs. S. J. Henry and Mrs. Robert Whit -1 nsy Imbrie. Mrs. Myers Y. Cooper of Columbus, wife of the Governor of Ohio, will join her daughter, Mrs. Mills Judy of Cin cinnati, at the Willard in the morning. Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Judy will be in- Washington for the Congress of the D. A. R. Mrs. Joseph W. Marsh and her daugh ter, Mrs. Jacob Simpson Payton of Pitts burgh. Pa., are in Washington to at tend the annual D. A. R. Congress. Mrs. Marsh is a former regent of the Pitts burgh Chapter and has been a member of the N. S. D. A. R. committee for sev eral years. Mr. and Mrs. William O. Wheeler will ioin»d todev in fheir apartment at the Wardman Paik Hotel by tlieir niece, M ss Jessie Waldo, who will c»pie from - ' the Randolph-Macon Collegium Vir ginia. Miss Waldo will be m page at Jfee D. A. R. Congress. Sbe will remain SOCIETY. - * with Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler until after : Easter. Mr. Wheeler has recently re - turned from Wisconsin, where he passed ; a short time. r » Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Teague were I dinner hosts last evening at the May flower, where they have made their I home since the former’s appointment as I ! a member of the Federal Farm Board I Their guests were Representative and i Mrs. William E. Evans, Representative and Mrs. Arthur M. Free and Repre i sentatlve and Mrs. Joe Crail. all of Call -1 fornla, home State of the hosts. Mrs. and Mrs Jeffries Chewning en -1; tertained a company last evening at the supper dance at the Club Chantecler. The Bishop of Washington, the Right • Rev. James E. Freeman, one of the 1 vice presidents of the Engllsh-Speak* ' ing Union, will preside at the annual dinner of the society April 23. Mr. and Mrs. James Brown Scott are the guests of the Misses Scott at Skaneateles, N. Y. Mrs. B. Lewis Padgett is entertain , ing at bridge on Tuesday afternoon in honor of the Baroness de Sterneck. who is the house guest of Mrs. Archibald Grade. Miss Emma Grimes of Steubenville, Ohio, is visiting the Postmaster and Mrs. W. M. Mooney at their residence, 4407 Eighteenth street northwest. Mrs. John Francis Gaynor, has re turned to her home. 2800 Adams Mill road, having spent the Winter at the Highlands. Dr. and Mrs. Emdon Fritz of Man chester, N. H., announce the engage ment of their daughter Muriel to Mr. James Russell Hawks of Detroit and Gloucester, Mass. Mr. Hawks is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Dudley Hawks of Detroit, where his father was for many years at the head of railway affairs. Miss Fritz, a grad uate of Wellesley College. Is director of students at the Siamese legation. j Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Exnicios en l tertained a party last evening at the supper dance at the Club Chantecler. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Reed Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carr. Luncheons for Bride-Elect With Her Attendants Present. Miss Dorthy Worrall of the North brook Apartments entertained at lunch . eon at the rose room of the Hotel > Hamilton today In honor of Miss Jeanne Gravatte of the Chastleton. who will be ! j married on April 26 to Lieut. Le Page | Cronmlller of the U. S. M. C„ sta tioned at Quantico. The guests were Miss Gravatte, Mrs. Nell Gravatte, Miss Larry Worrall, Mrs. Albert Moore, Mrs. ! Charles Raeder, Miss Dorothv Collins. ! Miss Virginia Jackson. Miss Emily Pll kinton. Miss Ermyntrude Valden. Miss | I Louise Nevlus, Mrs. Marie B. Worrall. The table decorations are pink sweet peas, with blue favors and blue candles. Miss Louise Nevlus of East Underwood street entertained at a surprise bridge and shower at her home yesterday in honor of Miss Gravatte. The 1 guests, including the wedding party, were Mrs. Nell W. Gravatte, Mrs. Al bert Moore, Mrs. Charles Raeder, Miss Virginia Jackson. Miss Dorothy Col lins, Miss Emily Pilkinton, Miss Ermyn trude Valden, Miss Dorothy Worrall, Mrs. John Groves. Miss Agnes Nolan, Miss Norine Spreckelmyer. Miss Verva Halner, Miss Thelma Barnard, Miss Jennie Aronstein, Mrs. Frank Gross, Miss Gertrude Mobus. The color scheme of the decorations followed the rainbow influence. The research assistant to President Hoover and Mrs. French Strother with the latter's sister. Miss Clark Farley, will motor to Richmond, Va„ today to attend the races. They will return to their apartment at the Wardman Park Hotel this evening. Mrs. William B. Colver has returned : to her apartment in the Wardman j Park Hotel, after spending the Winter in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gifford with ! their son, Mr. Harry Gifford, Jr., of Elgin. 111., are stopping at the Ward man Park Hotel on their way by motor from the South. They are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Cloudman, Miss Cloudman and Miss Miller, also of Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. Gilford and their son were the guests at dinner at the hotel of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Wheeler Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler also had as their guests that evening, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris of Wisconsin, who are “visiting in Wash ington on their way to their home from the South. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Dowell of Forty-fourth place entertained at din ner at the Carlton last evening in honor of Mr. Harold K. Phillips. Miss Florence S. M. Crofut of Hart ford, in Washington for the D. A. R. Congress, entertained at dinner in the crystal room at the Willard last night. The former District Commissioner and Mrs. Cuno H. Rudolph are passing some time at the Grove Park Inn at Asheville, n. c. ; The wedding of Miss Esther May Me- : lick, daughter of Mr. Francis Homer Melick, and Mr. John Shadrick Ingram 1 will take place this evening. The cere- i mony will be performed at 8 o’clock in the Rhode Island Avenue Methodist i Protestant Church, and will be followed i bv a reception in the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. Ernest L. Shaw, at 3619 Sev- ; enteenth street northeast. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Butler of Mont "“»• are spending several days at the Willard, entertained at dinner in the presidential suite last evening. Mr. Alexander P. Hare and Dr. Lulu Wares Hare, who formerly were located at 4400 Hawthorne street, are now oc cupying their home, at 4332 Garfield street northwest. Admiral Andrew T. Long, retired, and Mrs. Long are sailing for Europe ■ on the S. 8. President Harding of the United States Lines April 16. Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, former president general of the D. A. R„ U a guest at the Willard, having come on from her home, in Cooksburg, Pa„ for the congress of the Daughters. At the Carlton over the week end are Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Winant and their daughter, Miss M._D. Winant. Mrs. Earle Returned From D. A, R. Conference in Illinois. - Mrs. Samuel Williams Ear'e has re turned to Washington from Chicago and is a guest at the Mayflower. Mrs. Earle delivered the address of welcome at the Illinois State conference of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The bail room of 4he University Club Thursday evening was the gathering place for a distinguished audience to en- i Joy Joy one of the aeries of musical con- i certs arranged this season for members i and guests of the club. Dr. Robert Rich ard Dieterle, baritone, appearing for the first time since his recent tour of Eu- 1 rope, gave a variety of songs, accom- 1 red by Mr. Malton Boyce, the plan well known in Washington. Mr Boyce rendered several solos. The artists were introduced by Mr. Lewis Lofton Moneyway, chairman of the entertainment committee. Preceding the program a number of , dinner parties were given at the club. ' among tins" -ntertainin- bilng Comdr. Frederic W. Southworth. host to Capt. P. L. Reed, U. £5. N., and Mrs. Reed, as well as Deputy Controller of the Our- v rency John L. Proctor and Mrs. Proe- < tor. Other hosts included CoL Rawson i THE EVEKTNO STAR, WASHINGTON, I). C„ SATURDAY. APRIL 12, 1930. V. M. C. A. NEWS Page McK. Etchison, religious work director of the Y. M. C. A., will speak at the Church of the Covenant tomor row morning. The third In the series of Lenten meetings will be held in the lobby of the Central Y. M. C. A. Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. The subject of the address by Mr. Etchison will be “In the Foot steps of Jesus —the Last Week." This will be illustrated by moving pictures and slides. PALM SUNDAY SERMON BY REV. J. MANLY COBB Holy Communion and Cantata to Feature Services at Trinity P. E. Church. Rev. J. Manly Cobb will preach a Palm Sunday sermon tomorrow morn ing at Trinity P. E. Church, Takoma Park, D. C. A cantata will be pre sented. Other services will be holy communion at 8 am., Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and meeting of the Young People’s Society at 8:45 p.m. The mission study class, directed by Mrs. B. K. Bauer, will meet Monday at 3 p.m., and at 7:30 p.m. there will be evening prayer and sermon by the rec tor. The final Lenten service for chil dren will be conducted by the rector at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, and Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m., there will be the litany and an address by the rector. The Ladies’ Guild also will meet Wednesday at 12:30 o'clock in the parish house, when luncheon will be served. Maundy Thursday holy communion will be celebrated at 7:30 p.m. Good Friday there will be morning prayer and sermon at 10:30 a.m. and evening prayer and address at 7:30 p.m. The rite of holy baptism will be at 4 p.m. on Easter eve, April 19, at which time parents are urged to bring their chil dren for baptism. ■■ • - ■ CLASS TO BE CONFIRMED AT CONCORDIA CHURCH Rev. Charles Enders Will Preach on “Making a Life”—Reunion at Night Service. Palm Sunday, in the service at 11:15 a.m., a class of boys and girls will be confirmed at Concordia Church, Twen tieth and G streets. The pastor. Rev. Charles Enders. will preach on "Mak ing a Life.” In the evening, at 8 o'clock, the annual confirmation reunion serv ice will be held. Paul Brindel, presi dent or the Luther League of the Mary land Synod, will speak on "Loyalty to Christ.” After the service a fellowship will be held In the chapel. A German Lenten service will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. The final English Lenten service will be held Wednesday lat 8 p.m. In both of these the pastor will preach. A communion service will be held Maundy Thursday at 8 p.m. Good Friday, at 11 a.m., a German service with holy communion will be held. In connection with this service, * the annual offering for the Syrian Or- I j phan Home in Jerusalem will be re- . ceived. • » ■■ ISRAEL C. M. E. CHURCH WILL HONOR LANGSTON Washington Bar Association Will Direct Program Tomor row Night. The birthday of John Mercer Lang ston will be celebrated tomorrow at a public meeting in the Israel C. M. E. Church, New Jersey avenue and Mor- I gan street, at 8 o’clock. The local cele bration will be under the direction of the Washington Bar Association. Charles E. Robinson, president of the local association, will preside. William H. Richards, for many years an in structor at Howard University Law School, will speak on the life of Lang ston. Armond W. Scott, local attorney, will speak on the fourteenth and fif teenth amendments. W. Asbie Hawkins, a member of the Baltimore bar, will speak on the “Negro as a Lawmaker and Statesman.” John H. Wilson of the local bar will discuss the “Negro and His Relation to law Administra tion.” Music will be furnished by the choir of the church, assisted by well known local talent. PLANS SPECIAL SERMON At the Sixth Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning Rev. Godfrey Cho- i bot will preach a special sermon for Palm Sunday. His text will be “Blessed Is He That Cometh in the Name of the Lord.” At the vesper services at 5 o’clock he will speak on “Jesus and Humility.” The special services before Easter will begin April 16 at 8 o’clock, when Rev. A. E. Barrows will be the speaker. At the Thursday evening service Rev. ] I. W. Ketchum will deliver the sermon, , and the Good Friday service will be conducted by the pastor. “UNDEFEATED CHRIST” Rev. Clarence R. Ferguson, pastor of Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church. Forty-second and Fessenden streets, will preach on "The Undefeated Christ” at II o’clock tomorrow morning, and at the 8 o’clock evening service on “The j Seven Trumpets.” Bible school teachers and officers will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Midweek i prayer service Wednesday at 8 p.m. The B. Y. P. U. societies will meet Sunday at 7 p.m. and Bible school at 9:46 a.m. | Warren, Dr. G. L. Collins, Mr. Howard S. Leroy, Mr. F. K. Nielson, Mr. John Paul Jones, Mr. H. A. Brooks, Mr. Norman T. Anderson, Dr. Sam W. Maphls of Warren ton, Va.; Dr. W. A. Kinnan, Mr. Martin T. Fisher, Dr. H. N. Dorman and the president of the club, Mr. George F. Snyder. Among i the members at the stag table of the ■ club were Representatives John D. i Clark, Mr. Stanley P. Smith, Dr. Adam 1 Kemble, Mr. Charles E. Howe, Mr. John ■ A. Selby, Mr. Carroll Bennink, Repre- 1 sentatlve Albert Simms, Mr. J. William Sommerville, Mr. Allin H. Pierce and : Dr. S. B. Muncaster. i In the audienoe were Miss Frances i Gutelius, Miss Marjorie Lowe, Mr. Paul < Whitney Fishbaugh and Mrs. Edward Hood Watson. Dr. H. H. Brogan, Representative W. D. Jamieson, former Commissioner of Internal Revenue Daniel C. Roper and Miss Grace Roper i Mr. and Mrs. Clifford White, Mr. and 1 Mrs. J Frank Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. 1 James A. Sommerville. Maj. John A. Hillman, Miss Adelia Rosasco. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Zukor, Dr. Marshall E. ] Brushart., whose guest was Dr. C. N. Rodlum: Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. 1 Bresee, Mr. Charles O. Smith, Dr. W. F. 1 Notz and Mrs. Nots, and Mr. H. Ran dolph Barbee. Mrs. Horatio L Baker, accompanied by Mrs. Charles X. Baker of Cambridge, . Mass., are at the Dodge Hotel for aev- < eral weeks. Mr. M. B. Griff an of Tarkio, Mo., 1 is in Washington and to staying at the ' Potomac Park Apartments. Mm. Be van A. Pennypacker of Ger mantown, Pa., is a guest at the Wil lard. She will attend the congress of the D. A. R. Mr. Edward N. Hurley, former chair man of the Shipping Board, has srrived ‘ In Washington and Is at th; Carlton ' for a few days. Mtt. Raymond Belmont has motored to Washington from Jbapjbome in MM- 't dleburg, Va., and 8s a« sAb Carlton for i a brief stag. < CHURCH WILL HOLD ORDINATION SERVICE “Parade* and ProgreM” Will Be Dr. Schearrer'a Topic for Palm Sunday. “Parades and Progress” will be the theme of the Palm Sunday sermon to be preached tomorrow at 11 o’clock in the Takoma Park Presbyterian Church, by the pastor. Rev. R. Paul Schearrer. There will be ordination and Installa tion of elders and deacons. At the 8 o'clock service Mr. Schear rer will conclude his series of character studies of some of the leading figures of the Acts of the Apostles. The theme tomorrow evening will be “Rhoda,” the Romantic.” The Christian Endeavor Societies will meet at 6:30 o’clock. The church school will assemble at 9:30 o’clock and the adult Bible classes at 9:45 o'clock. The Westminster Guild will meet Mon day evening at 8 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Samuel Scrivener, 6912 Sixth street. The Woman’s Missionary So ciety will meet Wednesday at 11 o’clock. All the women of the congregation and their friends are invited. The Brotherhood Club will hold a special boys’ night program Wednesday at 7 o’clock. A communion service will be held Good Friday night at 8 o’clock. “CHRIST THEKING” TEXT OF MINISTER’S SERMON Rev. Henry B. Wooding Announces Two Services Tomorrow at Eckington Presbyterian. Rev. Henry B. Wooding, pastor of the Eckington Presbyterian Church. North Capitol street, comer Florida avenue, will speak tomorrow morning on the theme "Christ the King,” and in the evening at 8 o’clock on the topic “Pre paring for the Best.” The communi cants’ class will be held at 10:30 a.m. A special program will be given by the Christian Endeavor, when the cer tificates will be awarded members who have completed the expert endeavor course. Special services will be held Thurs day and Friday evenings at 8 o’clock. The communion service will be held Friday evening. New members will be received and the baptismal service administered to morrow morning. ■ •- HOLY WEEK SERVICES AT ST. JAMES’ CHURCH Blessing of Palms and Solemn Pro cession Through Parish Hall Tomorrow. At St. James’ Church, Eighth street between B and C streets northeast, the blessing of the palms will take place i just before the low mass at 7:30 a.m. I tomorrow. At the 11 o'clock service there will be a solemn procession about the church, through the parish hall and, | if weather permits, around the church yard. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday ' there will be a low mass at 7 a.m. and stations of the cross at 8 p.m. each day. Maundy Thursday there will be a high mass at 7 a.m., with a solemn proces sion to the altar of repose. Good Friday there will be matins at 9:30 a.m., followed by the mass of the preunctifled at 10 o'clock. Beginning at 12 o'clock noon, there will be the three hours’ devotion by Rev. Calvert E. Buck. At 8 p.m. will be said the office of the dead and the litany of the faith ful departed, with an address by Rev. W. M. Wagenseller. Saturday at 4:30 p.m. the Paschal candle will be blessed. —■ ■ - ■ ■ - - - • . ■- CABLE TO SPEAK Representative John L. Cable of Ohio will address the Harrison Bible class of Congress Street Methodist Protestant Church. 1238 Thirty-first street, tomorrow morning at 9:45 o'clock In the auditorium of the church. His subject will be “The Child and the Kingdom.” W. H. Thomas will have charge of the lesson and will give a short talk on it. All men are welcome. The pastor, Dr. H. A. Kester. will preach at the regular church service at 11 a.m. and his theme will be “The Rubicon of Life.” The men’s Bible class will have charge of the service at 8 p.m. and Representative Morgan G. Sanders of Texas will deliver the ad dress. - ■ • TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH Services will be conducted In Temple Baptist Church every night next week except Saturday. Dr. H. M. B. Jones, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, will speak Wednesday night. The ser mon topics by the patsor, Rev. Thomas E. Boorde, tomorrow will be “The Day of Triumph” in the morning and “Give Us Bread” in the evening. During the week the events of the last days of our Lord on earth will be re viewed day by day. OBSERVE COMMUNION At Memorial United Brethren Church, North Capitol and R streets, tomorrow holy communion will be ob served, both morning and evening. There will also be baptisms and recep tion of new members. At the evening sendee immediately following the sacra ment, the pastor will speak on “High Hosannas.” He also will answer life questions publicly. Holy week services Thursday and Friday evenings. The Sunday school and Christian En deavor Societies will have special fea tures. SPECIAL SERVICES The Lutheran Church of the Atone ment, North Capitol street and Rhode Island avenue, has arranged special services for Holy Week, with services every evening at 8 o’clock excepting Friday and Saturday. On Good Friday there will be a service at 10 a.m. Early Easter service will be at 7 a.m.; regular service at 11 a.m., with com munion at eaCh service. The Sunday school will celebrate Easter with a spe cial program at 8 p.m. Church Federation Service. Special services of the Federation of the Churches of the Mount Bethel Bap tist Association of the District of Co lumbia, Maryland and Virginia will be held from Tuesday to Saturday next week. Sermons will be preached by Revs. W. H. Jemagin, C. T. Murray and A. J. Tyler from 12 to 1 p.m. in the Tenth Street Baptist Church. Dr. A. Wllbanke, the moderator, will preside. - ■■■■■■ Dr. Waldron Will Preach. Dr. Milton J. Waldron, former pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, will preach tomorrow morning and evening at the Miles Memorial C. M. E< Church, Third atreet between L street and New York avenue. The pastor, Rev. L. C. Cleave, Is attending the Washington, Philadel phia and New York conference in New York City. “The Triumphant Entry.” "The Triumphant Entry” will be the subject of a sermon tomorrow by Rev. John Childs, assistant pastor of Mount Olive Baptist. Sixth street between L and M streets northeast. The pastor will preach at 8 p.m. and B. Y. P. U. service at 8:30 p.m. Bpecial_ prayer meeting service each night newt week at 8 o’clock. B. Y. P. U. New* The Senior Federation will meet Tuesday evening at National Baptist Memorial at 8 o'clock. Kendall B. Y. P. U. will assist in the presentation of an Easter pageant. The young people of Baltimore Federation will be the guests at this meeting. The Intermediate Federation will meet at Bethany Church Friday eve ning. Col. Cudlipp will give an ad dress. The juniors at Chevy Chase will en tertain the Junior Federation Sunday afternoon, April 20. i Miss Flora Lavlsson and the fellow ship commission will have charge of the services at Bethany Union No. I tomorrow night. Philip England, assisted by the stew l ardship commission, will present the program at Bethany Union No. 2 to morrow evening. George Fraser and the devotional life commission will have charge of the devotional meeting at Chevy Chase tomorrow night. Miss Lois Talbert and group 2 will present a program tomorrow night at East Washington Heights. Fifth B. Y. P. U. will sponsor a chicken dinner Wednesday from 4:30 to 7 o'clock. The devotional meeting at Fountain Memorial tomorrow night will be con ducted by Miss Catherine Hackney and group 2. The fellowship commission, under the leadership of John Carter, will have charge of the devotional meeting to morrow night at Highlands. Miss Ruth Neal and the service commission will conduct the monthly B. Y. P. U. prayer meeting Thursday evening, and the topic to be discussed will be “How to Bring Others to Christ.” The nomi nations for officers suggested at the cabinet meeting this past Tuesday, are the following: Elmore King, presi dent; Miss Dorothy Clarke, vice presl deent; George Holmes, secretary; John Carter, treasurer. A comedy will be presented April 29. Kendall will have a program pre sented tomorrow night by Miss Gladys Myers and group 1. The B. Y. P. U. will conduct special services at the Florence Crittenden Home Thursday evening. The B. Y. P. U. of Temple will have charge of the services at the Home for the Aged tomorrow afternoon. At the j devotional meeting at 7 o’clock the fellowship commission will present the program. At Petworth tomorrow evening Miss Winifred Whitney, with the assistance of the stewardship commission, will discuss "Why Everybody Needs Christ." + - MORNING WATCH SERVICE AT BRIGHTWOOD PARK Rev. C. E. Hawthorne Will Deliver Address at Services Tomor row Morning. A morning watch service will be held j at Brightwood Park Methodist Episco pal Church tomorrow at 7:16 o'clock under the auspices of the Epworth League. Maurice N. Thompson, presi dent. Rev. c. E. Hawthorne of Wallace Memorial United Presbyterian Church will deliver the address. At 9:45 a.m., the graded Sunday School will be held. The pastor, Rev. Walter M. Michael, will preach at 11 a.m. on “The Weeping Christ.” The sacrament of baptism will be observed ; at this service and a class in prepara tory membership will be received. The Epworth League will meet at 6:45 p.m., with Misses Magruder, Det wiler and Jorg in charge of the devo- I tlons. The Oxford League meets at 7 p.m., with Miss Ruth Magruder as the leader. * I • GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH : WILL CONFIRM CLASS ; The rite of confirmation will be ob served as a part of a special Palm Sun day service tomorrow at 11 a.m. in Grace Lutheran Church. The pastor. Rev. Gerhard E. Lenski, will preach on the subject: “Your Confirmation Vow.” The class to be confirmed is com posed of the following: Dorothy Miles, Katherine Davis, Adel* Cooke, Vivian Oraveiles. Thomas Robertson, Henry Thomfordt, Herman Hoffman, Frank Gottsman, Frances Werner, Marlon Travland, Margaret Ruckert, Jules May, * Louis Waple, Ralph Slnyard, Harry Bowman. Gladys Simpson, Ethel Butt, Esther Soter. In addition to members of the class, a number of persons are being received into membership of the church by transfer and by letter. In the evening at 8 o’clock the pastor will preach on “Three Kinds of Faith.” Holy Week will be observed with a service of Holy Communion. April 17. at 8 p.m. A memorial service will be held on Oood Friday at 8 p.m. The children's Easter program will be pre sented Easter Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Holy communion will be celebrated on the same day in connection with the 11 a.m. service. HOLY WEEK OBSERVANCE Holy week at St. Mark's Lutheran Church will be observed by services every evening except Tuesday. Monday will be the regular business meeting of the council and aid. preceded by a Lenten devotional by the pastor. Rev. H. D. Hayes, on “Which Temple Are Ye?” Three public services will be held, with confession and absolution, on Wednesday evening, and holy com munion Thursday and Friday. The ser mon topics of Dr. Hayes will be: Wed nesday, “Judged by the Son”; Thurs day, “Remembering the 8on,” and Fri day, “Saved by the JSon.” At the Palm Sunday service tomor row Dr. Hayes will preach on “The King Absolute,” and confirm a class of young people. Infant and adult baptism also will be administered. COMMUNION SERVICE The services at Trinity Episcopal Church, Third and C streets, will be featured tomorrow by the blessing and distribution of palms. There will be a celebration of the holy communion at 7:30 a.m., followed by the children’s service and church school at 9:30. At the choral service at 11 o’clock, the preacher will be the vicar. Rev. Jack son L. Cole. A special musical service has been arranged for tomorrow eve ning. Right Rev. James E. Freeman, Bishop of Washington, will visit Trinity Church next Tuesday at 8 p.m. to administer the rite of confirmation. He will be the preacher at this service. : “TRUSTEES OF GOD” Rev. Homer A. Kent, pastor of the First Brethren Church, Twelfth and E streets southeast, will preach at 11 o'clock tomorrow on “Trustees of God.” Hi» evening subject will be “Behold the Lamb of God!” Sunday begins a series of pre-Easter services. There will be special services each night at 7:45 o’clock. Communion will be observed Thursday night. Sun day school meets at 9:30 a.m. and Y. P. C. E. at 6:45 p.m. TWO SERMONS ANNOUNCED At the Takoma Park Baptist Church Rev. William E. La Rue, pastor, will preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on “Tri umph in Christ,” and at 8 p.m. on “Wny Sacrifice?” There will be special music. A special service will be held on the evening of Good Friday, wheri the ordi nances of baptism and the Lord’s supper will be observed, efiThe pastor will jive a meditation os # seven words from the prasa. CHURCHES UNITE FOR EASTER SERVICE Dr. Dtvid A. Robertson Will Pre side at Temple Heights Services. The annual Easier Sunrise- Service on Temple Heights will be conducted jointly, by the Federation of Churches and various young people's organisa tions in the District as follows: the Christian Endeavor Union, the Baptist Young People's Union, the Epworth Leagues and the Episcopal Young Peo ple’s Society. The service will begin at 7 o'clock. Dr. David A. Robertson, president of the federation, will preside. Several young people will give brief addresses. The principal speaker will be Dr. Albert J. McCartney, pastor of the Church of the Covenant. People of all faiths are invited to be present. HOLY WEEK SERVICE SCHEDULE IS GIVEN List of Sermons to Be Preached by Rev. G. E. Schnabel Is Announced. At Albright Memorial Evangelical Church, Fourth and Rittenhouse streets, tomorrow, Palm Sunday will usher in a series of holy week services in charge of Rev. George E. Schnabel, minister. At 11 o’clock the subject of the sermon will be "With Christ in Triumph.” At 7:15 o’clock the Chris tian Endeavor will meet, with Miss Mil dred Clark in charge. The services each night during holy week will begin at 8 o'clock and last an hour. The sermons during the week are as follows: Palm Sunday, “The Man Who Betrays Him ’; Monday, “The Man Who Denied Him”; Tuesday, “The Man Who Tried Him”; Wednesday, “The Man Who Carried His Cross"; Thursday, “The Man Who Died With Him”; Fri day, "Behold, the Man.” • ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will have special services tomorrow. Each week day will begin with the celebration of the holy communion in the chapel at 7:30 o’clock, and will close with a de votional service each afternoon at 5 o’clock. Wednesday evening there will | be the last of the conferences on the , faith with the subject, “The Food We Eat.” which will be a preparation for 1 Easter communion. Maundy Thursday will be kept as a day of prayer in honor of the institu tion of the holy sacrament. Good Fri- ; day there will be the three hours. Sat urday there will be holy baptism at 4pm - “KINGSHIP OF JESUS” “The Kingship of Jesus” will be the subject of the sermon of Rev. Otto Braskamp tomorrow morning at North minster Presbyterian Chaper Alaska avenue and Kalmia road. There will be communion services: church school. 9:40 am.: intermediate Christian En deavor, 6:45 p.m. The Christian En- ' deavor Society will later attend services as guests of the Gunton Temple Union. Sunday school officers will meet Mon day at 7:15 p.m. Prayer service. Thurs day. 7:45 p.m.: “Trip Around the World, - ' Friday, 3:30 p.m. ■» , Sermon Themes Announced. “The Inquiring Mind of a Christian” j will be the subject of Rev. Jesse Davis' j sermon tomorrow at 11 a m. at the Wil- j son Avenue Baptist Church, Colmar Manor, Md. In the evening the sermon theme will be “The Duty of a Chris tian.” f t Christian Endeavor The postponed meeting ol the Dis trict Union will be held Monday eve • ning in First Congregational Church. A special meeting of the union board ! will be held immediately after the close j I of the union meeting. The Intermediate and Senior So- ! i cieties of St. Paul’s English Lutheran will hold a Joint meeting tomorrow e«e- I ning in the church at Eleventh and H , streets. Merritt Luther Smith, past president of the union, will speak on "Why Everybody Needs Christ." The Intermediate and Senior Socie ties of Eckington Presbyterian Church j will meet with the Junior Society to- : morrow afternoon. D. R. Potter will ! present diplomas to the graduating class in junior expert endeavor. The fol- j lowing will receive certificates: Allen | Crain, Frank Day, Charles Gibson. Dora Bell Gibson, Ermma Wooding. Helen Conard, Janice Thompson, Mary Hodge, Alice Hodge. Audrey Smith. Lorraine Hall, Margaret Welk, Margaret Freer, Agnes Cameron and Louise Shipley. Miss Mary Hodge will receive a C. E. i pin for making the best scrap book of i stories told in pictures only. The nominating committee of the , union will hold a meeting April 21 at , 7:30 p.m. at the V. M. C. A. The Westminster Christian Endeavor conference will be held at Western Maryland College, July 2-4. The Y. P. S. C. E. of Keller Lutheran Ch'.rch will hold a rally tomorrow at 645 p.m. in the chapel. Harry Rohr man will be in charge of the meeting. ML«s Bess Orndorfl will have charge of the reception for the 17 new mem bers. ! The following subjects will be dis cussed in the various society meetings on Sunday: Junior, "Crusading with Christ for Boys and Girls Who Do Not Attend Sunday School": Intermediate, j “How Can I Help in World-Wide Evangelism?”; Senior, "Why Everybody Needs Christ." - ■ —-■■ ■ ■ • ■ ■ Canadian to Preach Here. In the absence of Dr. Newton P. Patterson. 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PAUL’S ROCK CREEK Firat Four Days of Next Week Set Aside for Observance, With Sermon on Good Friday. In addition to the regular services | tomorrow there will be several services throughout the week at St. Paul's Rock Creek Parish. At 8:30 am. tomorrow there will be holy communion: 9 30 a.m., church school; 11 am., morning prayer and sermon. At 7 p.m , Young ! People's Society, and at 8 p.m. informs: 1 service by the rector. Monday. Tuesday ! Wednesday and Thursday there will t> | holy communion at 9 am. Good Fri ] day there will be morning praver and I sermon at 10:30 a.m., and Saturday I holy baptLsm at 3 p.m. Services are I held every Wednesday night during the Lenten season at 7:30 o'clock. The dramatic club, the Rock Creek Players, met April 4. The next meeting will be May 2 at 8 o'clock. A junior-senior chapter of the Broth erhood of St. Andrew- has been organ- I >zed. The chapter will meet in the pai ; ish house on the first and third Thurs days in each month. On Sunday eve nings at 8 o'clock during Lent the rector is holding informal services with in structions on the church. Bishop Fre, - man will confirm a class May 25. CLEVELAND PARK CHURCH There will be two services Palm Sun day at the Cleveland Park Congrega tional Church. At 11 o'clock the pas tor, Rev. George Farnham, will preach on “A Pageant of Power." A special service will be held at 5 o’clock. Mrs. Yung Kwai will serve tea in the church parlor after the program PLAN PALM SERVICE At the Church of the Transfigura tion palms will be distributed tomorrow at the 11 o’clock service. Rev. J. J. Queall.v. rector, will preach. Good Friday evening at the 8 o’clock service a special sermon on the Passion will be preached by the rector.