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TO occupy PULPITS Pastors From Many States Here for Joint Capital Conventions. A number of pastors In attendance »t the Southern and Northern Baptist Conventions, now in session here, will occupy pulpits in various churches to morrow. The assignments are: Baptist. Calvary: Morning. Dr. C. O. Johnson, president of the N. B. C . evening, Dr. Marshall Craig, Dallas, Tex. Fifth: Morning, Dr. J. E. Dillard. Birmingham, Ala.; evening, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Dawson. Waco, Tex. Metropolitan: Morning, Dr. Clyde Turner: evening. Miss Amy Stockton. National Memorial: Morning, Dr. M. E. Dodd. Shreveport. La.; evening, Dr. David M. Gardner. Petersburg, Fla. Grace: Morning, Rev. Bruce New eom, uoiumous, ua. Chevy Chase: Morning, J. W. Inwr. Redeemer: Morning. Rev. W. A. Hob eon. St. Petersburg, Fla. Arlington, Va.: Morning, Rev. Thomas V. McCaul, Gainsville. Fia. Temple: Morning, Rev, Roy L. Hurst, Hot Springs, Ark.; evening, Rev. E. S. Campbell, Macon, Ga. Brookland: Morning, Rev. O. P. Gil bert, Atlanta. Ga.; evening, Rev. Guy N. Atkinson, Carterville, Ga. First: Morning, Dr. George W. Truett, Dallas. Tex.; evening, Dr Kyle Yates, Louisville, Ky. Highlands: Morning, Rev. R. L. Mot ley. Florence, Ala. Petworth: Morning, Rev. T. Baron Gibson Canton, Ga.; evening, F. S. Porter, Columbus, Ga. East Washington Heights: Morning, Rev. J. L. Baggott, Hawkinsville. Ga«; evening. Rev. Harry V. Smith, Barnes Vllle, Ga. Hyattsville: Morning, Rev. J. T. Gil lespie. Fayetteville. Ark.; evening, Rev. Frank MacDonald. Birmingham, Ala. Congress Heights: Morning. Rev. D. I. Purser, jr., Charleston. S. C. Takoma Park; Morning, Rev. J. A. Neilson, Wilmington, N. C.; evening, Rev. H. M. Fugate, Valdosta, Ga. Tenth Street < colored): Morning, Rev. W. L. House, Marks, Miss. Methodist. Francis Asbury: Evening, Rev. C. W. Duke. Tampa. Fla. Douglass Memorial: Evening, Rev. Allen S. Cutts, Pensacola, Fla. Trinity: Morning, Rev. T. D. Brown, New Orleans. La. Calvary: Morning, Rev. Luther Wes ley Smith. Columbia, Mo. Foundry : Evening, Rev. Arthur Jack son, Savanna, Ga. Emory: Morning, Rev. W. C. Reeves. Hot Springs. Ark. Lincoln Road: Evening, Rev. J. E. Sweeney, Nashville, Tenn. McKendric: Morning, Rev. Joseph Boone, Tusct'oosa, Ala. Waugh: Morning, James R. Edwards, Auburn. Ala; evening, S. H. Bennett, Hartwell, Ga. Calvary (South): Morning Rev. George W. Graham, Herrin, 111. Epworth: Morning, Rev. E. Gibson Davis, Ashevllle, N. C. Disciple. Ninth Street: Evening, Rev. Bruce Newsom, Columbus, Ga. National City: Evening. Rev. E. McNeill Poteat. jr., Raleigh, N. C. Fifteenth Street: Morning, Rev. Elmer Ridgeway, Gadsen, La. Reformed. Grace: Morning, Rev. W. L. Ball, Greenville. S. C. First: Morning, Rev. Frederick E. Smith, Augusta, Ga. Presbyterian. Church of Pilgrims: Morning, Rev. Bunyan Stephens. Rome. Ga.: Evening, Rev. Luther Holcomb, Oklahoma City, Okla. Westminster:' Morning, Rev. Ernest F. Campbell, Macon, Ga. Eastern: Morning, Rev. J. R. Hobbs, Birmingham. Ala. Wallace Memorial: Evening. Rev. Charles F. Leek. Montgomery, Ala. Western: Evening, Rev. Calvin B. Waller, Little Rock, Ark. Lutheran. Keller Memorial: Morning, Rev. J. H Buchanan, El Dorado, Ark. Congregational. Ingram Memorial: Morning, Rev. H. J. Goodwin, Suffolk, Va. "LIGHTIN THEFACE" THEME OF SERMON Dr. Frederick Brown Harris to Preach at Foundry Meth odist Church. At Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church tomorrow morning Dr. Freder ick Brown Harris, pastor, will preach on "The Light in the Face." This sub ject was suggested by the picture "The Nazarene," by Col. Henry Stanley Todd, which was viewed by hundreds of people of all denominations when it wis on display in this church during the first three days of the week. Rev. Arthur Jackson of Savannah. Ga., will be the guest preacher at the evening service at 8 o'clock. The business and social meeting of the adult Bible class will be held in the Letts Educational Building Wednes day evening. The midweek service of fellowship and prayer will be conducted by the pastor Thursday, at 8 p.m. The junior choir, under the direction of Miss Esther Linkins, with Karl Holer accompanist, will give a con cert in the dramatic hall Friday eve ning. The choir will be assisted by Miss Marguerite Pope, mezzo soprano; Misses Margaret Yanagita and Karlian Meyer, pianists, and Philip Wright, cel list. Christian and Missionary Alliance 808 Eye Street >:45—'"That Valley of Drv Bones." 7:30—"The Greatest Text." Bev. P. R. Hyde. Speaker Pull Gospel In Sermon and Son* BIBLE HALL PENTECOSTAL Assembly of God I or. 6th 4 G St». N.W S. S.. 8:45. Wornhip II * m. 8ub.—"Md'i and Fire." All Wel come. 7 HO p.m Evincrlistic. Harry V. Brh»»ff*r. Paitor. Rational baptist jflcmorial 16th and Columbia Road N.W. GOVE G. JOHNSON, D. D., Pastor ■ Dedication of the National Baptist Memorial May 23, 1933 T:00 to 7:30 am.—A Proriam ot Or *an Music. Uli. Marguerite Allen Ross. Orjanlst 7:80 • in—Dedication Froiram President. Clarence \ B<rhr jr of Brott n TJflivtfslly, Presiding Visitor FORMER PASTOR AT PETWORTH BAPTIST. REV. F. PAUL LANGHORNE. The visiting preacher at Petworth Baptist Church tomorrow morning will be Rev. F. Paul Langhorne, former pas tor. who will have for his subject "My Task." Rev. Mr. Langhorne is now pastor cf the Berwyn Baptist Church. In a suburb of Chicago. He is here, with his family, to attend the Northern and Southern Baptist conventions. REV. HARVEY B. SMITH PREACHES TOMORROW "Church and Victory Today" to Be Topic at Columbia Heights Christian. Rev. Harvey Baker Smith, pastor of ! Columbia Heights Christian Church, will speak at the 11 o'clock communion service on "The Church and Victory Today." assisted by the church choir, Mrs. William Collins directing. At 8 p.m. the pastor will take as his text ' Becoming a Christian." The junior choir will have charge of the music. The Mary Kelly group, Mrs. Braund leader, will meet Tuesday at 1.30 o'clock with Mrs. MclnturfT, 1401 Girard street northwest. I The prayer service will be led Thurs 1 day evening by Earl Spiker and the ! subject will be "Enriching Our Fellow i ship in Christ." I This church will be largely repre I sented at the State convention of the I Disciples of Christ, which will be held J in the Christian Temple, Baltimore, Md. j The pastor will be heard on the pro I gram among other prominent ministers. I The convention convenes Monday eve I ning and continues through Wednesday. TTie James L. Wilmeth Bible class will hold a business and social meeting at the home of Dr. Wilmer Souder, 3503 Morrison street, May 31. REV. W. M. MICHAEL ANNOUNCES THEME Eldbrooke M. E. Pastor to Preach on "God's Financial Plan for the Church." Rev. Walter M. Michael, pastor of Eldbrooke Methodist Episcopal Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "God's Financial Plan for the Church." Plans are under v.-ay in the church school for Children's day exercises June 11. The young people will be the guests of the your.g people at Bright wo<Sd Park Methodift Church tomorrow evening at tea. which will be followed by a devotional service at 7 p.m. The pastor will preach at 8 p.m. on "Honored Workers." The choir will sing and a congregational song service will be a feature. The every-member canvass, to cover the budget for the next conference year, will begin tomorrow afternoon under the direction of Dr. W. W. Thompson, chairman of the Finance Committee. This work will be completed within the week. The annual mite-box opening of the Woman's Home Missionary Society will be held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. F. F. Robey, 4429 Alton place. A dinner and social of the Young Married Couples' Club will be held Thursday. B. Y. P. D. TO MEET HERE Sessions of Pioneer District Will Be Held Tomorrow. The Pioneer district of the B. Y. P D. of the Church of the Brethren, which includes Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia, will hold its sessions at the Church of the Brethren, Fourth street and North Carolina ave nue. tomorrow. This organization will have charge of the morning service at 11 o'clock and there will be a business meeting after the luncheon following the service. At the evening service Dr. F. F. Holsopple will speak on the "Waste and Fruitfulness of Missions." The of ferings for the day will be given for the missionary enterprise. VISITOR WILL PREACH Dr. Boone of Alabama to Occupy McKendree M. E. Pulpit. At the morning service of the Mc Kendree Methodist Episcopal Church the pulpit will be occupied by Dr. Joseph Boone, pastor of the Baptist Church of Tuscaloosa, Ala , who Is a delegate to the Southern Baptist Con vention. The evening service of the church is at 8 o'clock, when the pastor will preach. "THE PRICE WE PAY" TOPIC OF SERMON Dr. Joseph R. Sizoo to Preach at New York Avenue Presbyterian. At the New York Avenue Presby terian Church tomorrow morning, Dr. Joseph R. Sizoo will have for his sub ject "The Price We Pay." At the evening service the church will welcome the varlou* nurses' training schools of the hospitals of Washing ton for their baccalaureate service. Jn keeping with their custom the follow ing hospitals present their classes for the baccalaureate service: Children's Hospital, Emergency Hospital. Gallinger Municipal Hospital, Garfield Hospital. Homeopathic Hospital, Sibley Memorial Hospital and St. Elizabeth's Hospital. The members of the graduating classes I of these training schools are being es ; corted by the superintendent of nurses ' and the graduate staffs of their re§pec ' tive hospitals. Dr. Sizoo will have for his subject "For Their Sakes." At 6 p.m. the young people will ob serve fellowship tea with Dr. A. R. Kep ler, executive secretary of the Church of Christ in China, as guest of honor. He will speak about his mission work. The Christian Endeavor Society is sponsoring a benefit performance of the National Theater Players Tues day evening. SPEAKER TO BE DEAN OF ALBANY CATHEDRAL \ x Very Rev. Charles Smith Lewis on Episcopal Mass Meeting: Program Monday. Very Rev. Charles Smith Lewis, dean of the Episcopal Cathedral at Albany, j N. Y., will address a mass meeting of all the rectors, Sunday school superintend ents and teachers in the Sunday schools of the Episcopal Church in Washing ton and surrounding Maryland, in the parish hall of Rock Creek Episcopal I Church, following a dinner at 6:30 [ o'clock Monday. J The meeting will be held under the | auspices of the Department of Religious Education of the Diocese of Washing | ton, for the purpose of stimulating the work of the church school education among the Episcopalians of this city. ] Rev. William R. Moody, chairman of the Department of Religious Education for the diocese, and rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, will preside. It is expected Bishop James E. Freeman will be present. Dr. Lewis' subject will be "The Char acteristics of a Good Teacher." COMMUNION FEATURE AT ROCK CREEK CHURCH Dr. Franklin J. Bohanan to Preach. Thursday Communion Service Arranged. The services tomorrow at Rock Creek Episcopal Church, Rock Creek Church road and Webster street. Include cele bration of holy communion at 8:30 a.m. and morning prayer at 11 o'clock, with sermon by the rector, Dr. Franklin J. Bohanan. There will be celebration of holy communion at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Ascension day. The Diocesan Church School Insti tute will meet in the parish house at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Rev. William L. Mayo announces that the services tomorrow at Holy Com forter Chapel, Rock Creek Parish, 5714 Georgia avenue, Include holy com munion at 7:30 a.m., morning prayer. 11 o'clock, and prayer, 7:30 p.m. Holy communion will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday. BISHOP CONFIRMS 30 Class Presented by Rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Bishop James E. Freeman confirmed a class of 30 persons in St. Mark's Episcopal Church last Sunday. The class was presented by Rev. William R. Moody, rector of the church. Those confirmed were Emily Amanda Dow Thompson. Elizabeth Rodda Thompson, Margaret Lee Goodwin, Lena Miller Fieles. Edith May Fowler, Mary Gladys Conner, Dorrls Elizabeth Kaulaenbach, Audry Lillian De Lozier, Shirley May Chichester Williams. Mar garet Leowra Bowling, Catherine Mil dred Crump, Dorothy Marie Lynch, Ethel Marie Frazier. Harriet Falvey Brooke, Thomas James Cooper, John Wesley Hart, John Henry Jaeschke, Charles Riely Johnston, Robert Hartley Smith, John La Verne Conner, Milton Maurice Crump. John Balda Kllpat rick. James Wilver Conner, Emmett Walter Carter, Philip Woodrow Canter, Richard Bruce Sladen, Vernon Coch rane Chappelear, Charles McMillan Ash. Thomas Daniel Swain and Charles Cecil Thompson. ©tljrr g>grutr?fl Hindu Philosophy and Mysticism Lecturer and Teacher Swami Vividishananda Or INDIA SUNDAY, MAY 21. 8 P.M. "Prayer—Its Meaning and Power" J Tuesdays and Thursdays* 8 P.M. Study of Gtta and Yora Aphorisms VEDANTA SOCIETY 1712 N St. N.W. Public Cordially Invited iWrthutet kprnstpal Edwin Holt Hufhes, Resident Bishop Benjamin YV. Meeks, District Superintendent Caltoarp Columbia Road, Near Fifteenth VERNON N. KIDGELY. D. D , Minister 11 a m.—Rev Luther Wesley Smith. D.D. 8:00 D m.—"Storm# and Calms." 9:40a.m.—The Church School. 7:00 p m.-—Young People's Meeting. The Church With the I.iihted Cross. TRINITY Penn'sireet *8.1.""* PAN n ENMS. n n Minister 11 a m.~DR T. D BROWN. of New Orleans. 8 p m.—"An Awakened Soul." EIDBROOKE Wisconsin Ave. at River Road N.W.* WALTER M. MICHAEL. Minister. 11:00 a.m.—"God's Financial Plan." 8:00 p.m.—Evangelistic Service. "foundry" Sixteenth Street Near P St. Frederick Brown Harris, D.D., Minister Rev. Eddr Lucius Ford Director Religious Ldocation 11:00 a m.—"The Lichts in the Face." 8:00 p.m.—Rev. Arthur Jackson of Savannah, Ga. fl:30—Church School. 7:00—Epworth League. Vested chorus choir under direction of Justin Lawns. METROPOLITAN MEMORIAL Mtu. and Nebraska Ayes. N.W. James Shcra Montgomery. D.D.. .Minister P:30—Church School. 11:00—Public worship. Sermon by DOCTOR MONTGOMIRY. Subject: "The Misinterpreted One." 6:45—Met. Young People's Service. SPECIAL MUSIC BY THE VESTED CHOIR. HAMLINE Sixteenth at Alliion St. Rer. H. W. BURGAN, D. D., Minister. 11:00 b m.—"Loyalty." 8:00 p.m.—"Joseph." a Tribute to Annual Spring Concert THE HAMLINE CHOIR, John H. MarviOe, Conductor. Wednesday, May 24, 8:30 P.M. "THE DELUGE." "HIAWATHA'S WEDDING FEAST." Cherai of Fifty—Solo Quartet—Or chestral Accompaniment. Leading Members from National Symphony Orchestra. Admission. 75 rents. Evangelist METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES. MISS AMY L. STOCKTON. At the Metropolitan Baptist Church tomorrow Dr. 'J. Clyde Turner, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Greens boro, N. C., will preach on "Things That Cannot Be Shaken." The choir will be assisted by Prof. I. E. Reynolds, director of music of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Tex., and also song leader of the Southern Baptist Convention. At the evening service. Dr. John Compton Ball, pastor, will be assisted by the well known California evangel ists. Misses Amy Lee Stockton and Bita Gould. Miss Stockton will deliver the sermon In the evening. Special music will be rendered by the choir under the leadership of Chorister Gilbert A. Clark, with the assistance of Miss Rita Gould, soloist. At the beginning of the service the ordinance of baptism will be ad ministered by the pastor. Dr. Ball. GUEST FROM INDIA CHEVYCHASESPEAKER George B. Leeder on Program of Presbyterian Sunday School Tomorrow. George B. Leeder, principal of the Ewing High School, Ludhiana, India, will speak tomorrow at the Sunday School services of the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church. At 11 a.m. Dr. J. Hillman Hollister will preach. Mr. Leeder will show pictures of India at the meeting of the Young People's So ciety at 7:30 p.m. The children of the primary depart ment, under direction of Mrs. R. E. Mitchell, will give three playr Friday evening. The grade mothers will have a cake sale. Section 3 will meet Monday at 1 o'clock for luncheon at the home of Mrs. Lee D. Latimer, 3705 Huntington street. Section 1, home of Mrs. Joseph G. Brantley, 5 East Underwood street, for luncheon. The Evening Section at 8 -o'clock, home of Mrs. R. H. Dimpson, North Chevy Chase. Tuesday, at 12:30 for luncheon. Section 12. home of Mrs. P. M. Anderson. 5508 Broad Branch road. Section 14, home of Miss Emma Hays Heck. 3421 Northampton street. At 1 o'clock, Tuesday. Section 4, home of Mrs. Andrew J. Walker, 3913 Jocelyn street. Section 2. home of Mrs. N. R. Watkins. 309 Cumberland avenue, Som erset. Friday. Section 6. home of Mrs. Albert E. Dleterich, 3701 McKlnley street. CHALLENGE TO BE THEME "The Challenge of a Holy Partner ship" will be the sermon of Rev. S. Carroll Coale at Brlghtwood Park Meth odist Episcopal Church at 11 o'clock tomorrow. "Toodles" will be the title of the children's story. Workers will be con secrated for the annual every-member canvass which will begin in the after noon. "The Christian's Constant Attitude" will be the evening sermon theme. The Calvary. Eldbrooke and Petworth Epworth Leagues will be the guests of the Brightwood Park League at 6:45. The Y. W. C. A. Business and Profes sional Women's Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Mary Burnett, will sing and direct the group in the sing ing of folk songs. Miss Bonelta Sweet will give a reading. Under the auspices of the Wesley Men's Bible class there will be a picnic at Rook Creek Park next Saturday at 3 o'clock. (Eatljoltr St. Mary'# Church Fifth St. N.W. Bet. G & H St*. SUNDAY MASSES. Low Masses at 7 and 8:15. High Mass at 9:15. Low Masses at 10:30 and 11:30. Sittine &ttfttre THE FIRST DIVINE SCIENCE CHURCH Stoneleigh Court, 1706 L St. N.W. GRACE LIGHTFOOT PATCH. Leader J1 a.m.—"Divine Harmony In Your Life." 0:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 8 p m.—Wednesday, at 3303 13th it. n.w. "Power of the Spirit," Rev. Ada B. Pay. speaker. Dally noon meditation! and heallnc treatmpnts from 12 to 12:30 In the Ouray Building. 805 G at. n.w.. In room 311. * SOUTH. FRANCIS ASBURY 16th near Lamont St. N.W. EDGAR C. BEERY, Pastor. 11:00 a.m.—"Christian Literature." Ser mon by the pastor. 8:00 p.m.—Sermon by Dr. J. Howard Wells. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 7:00 p.m.—Young People's Meetings. Thursday, 8:00 p.m.—Prayer Service. Music—Francis Asbury Quartet and Vested Choir. Mount Vernon Place Southern Methodiim't Revrttentativt Church Massachusetts Ave. at Ninth St. N.W. Church School, 9:30 A.M. 11:60 A.M. "LIFE'S SUPREME LOYALTIES" 8:00 P.M. "THE SAVIOUR'S PROGRAM" DR. FORNEY HUTCHINSON i/f Special Mutic by the Large « Vetted Choir. Under the Direc- f; tion of R. Deane Shure. EPWORTH 13th St. and North Carolina Ave. N.R. REV. JOHN C. COPENHAVER. D. D.. Paitor 11 a.m.-—REV. E. GIBSON DAVIS ol Asheville, N. O.. Guest and Preacher. * p.m.—Mr. Georte O. TtbbltU. Director or Came-of-the-Woods, New York. "OOOD TIMES rOR ALL THE WORLD." Music by vested choir. ALL CORDIALLY WELOOM*. MISSION OFFICIAL 10 GIVE SERMON Dr. Kepler of Shanghai Plans Message at Takoma Park Presbyterian. Rev. R. Paul Schearrer. pastor of the Takoma Park Presbyterian Church, will preach at 11 o'clock tomorrow on "The Fruit of the Spirit Is Goodness." At 8 p.m. the address will be made by Dr. A. Raymond Kepler of Shanghai. China, general secretary of the Church of Christ in China. The Delta Phi Sigma Sorority will attend this service in a body. Adjutant Gilbert S. Decker of the* Salvation Army will speak at 7 o'clock on "Why Social Service?" The annual Spring luncheon of the Mother Gordon class will be held Tues day. Mrs. John M. Sylvester will be the guest speaker. The musical program will be In charge of Mrs. Irwin L. Clark and Mrs. Howard H. Wilson. The Christian Citizenship Committee of the Brotherhood Club will meet Tuesday evening at the home of W. H. McClenon, 211 Cedar avenue. Dr. J. A Le Clerc will discuss "Some Aspects of Our Civilization Not Consistent With Christian principles." Rev. Mr Schearrer will conduct the midweek service Wednesday evening, speaking on "The Parable of the Great Sypper." The Light Bearers will meet Friday afternoon and the Boy Scouts, Troop 33, Friday evening. j MISSION SECRETARY IS GUEST PREACHER Dr. John It. Edwards to Occupy Pulpit at Petworth Church. Dr. John R. Edwards, secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church, will be the preacher at Petworth Methodist Episcopal Church tomorrow at 11 a.m. Dr. Edwards was district superintend ent in the Washington district for a number of years, going to his present task from this city. A young people's service will be held at 8 p.m., with young people in charge of the service. George Price will pre side, Mary Etta Callahan will read the scripture lesson, William Carter will lead In the prayer, Hermon Hill will play an organ solo and Mary Wilson and Margaret Lentz will sing a duet. Lowell Hetzell will give an address on "What the Church Should Expect of Youth" and Martha E. Stauffer will speak on "What Youth Should Expect of the Church." The girls' vested choir will sing After a brief sermon on "The Spirit of Youth." Rev. R. L. Wood will install the recently elected officers of the Epworth League. Thor; to be In stalled are Fred Church, president; Leona Thomas, first vice president; Mabel Howard, second vice president; Ethel Mary Nelson, third vice president; Eugene Otto, fourth vice president; Nellie Newcomb, secretary; Howard Bishop, treasurer; Louise Keneipp, pianist. The In His Name Circle will present a play Tuesday and Wednesday eve nings entitled "Miss Adventure," with young people of the church talcing all the parts. Miss Elma Lank is the di rector. The Men's Club and their families will have a picnic in Rock Creek Park Saturday afternoon, meeting immedi ately after Government hours. D. O. Spencer is president of the club and W. H. Gaumnitz chairman of the Pro gram Committee. 25>w 3J*rufiaIm (SWEDENBORGIAN) CHURCH OF THE HOLY CITY i 16th N.W. above Q 0:45—Bible Classes. 10:00—Arcana Adult Clasi. Every one wel come. 11:00—Morning Worship with sermon. Free Lending Library in the Parish House. Pastor, REV. PAUL SPERRT. ilftljfltoHt prnlfHlattl H Spiritualist MRS. RIZPAH ELDON 13.111 Mass. Ave.N.W.S.E.C'or.l-lth Si Mass.Ave. Spiritual message meetings Mondays, 8 p.m. Readings dally. ME. 272B. SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OF PSYCHIC SCIENCE 5300 14th St. N.W. Car. of Inrraham St. Rev. CAROL E. McKINSTRY, Minister Lecture, 8 P.M. by the Pastor Subject "PACING THE GREAT ADVENTURE WITH FAMOUS MEN AND WOMEN" Followed bv Spirit Greetings Assisting Mediums—Rev. Carol McKinitrr. Mrs. Agnes Hafferman, Mr. Edward Spenge man. MIDWEEK MESSAGE SERVICE WED. EVE.. 8 P.M. DR. PEARL HOOP, Healer • Love Divine Spiritualist Church 1537 NEW JERSEY AVE. N.W. Sunday services at 8 p.m. Lecture and spirit greetings by the pastor. REV. B. C. SHAVERS Wednesday and Thursday at 8 P.M. ' CHURCH OF LIFE ETERNAL Bit 10th St. N.W.. Rev. A. Atwater. Sunday Service at 8 P. M. Readings Dally. MEt. H257. « MRS. CATHERINE ROTH, 1017 O St. N.W. Readings Dally From 0 A.M. to 0 P.M. • ELISABETH MeDONALD, 11 IB G St. N.W. Spiritual Message Service Every Tuesday Friday, 8 P.M. Thursday, 3 P.M. » J. K. SIMMONS. 1341 NEWTON ST. nTw. Spiritual message service every Thuri., 8 p.m. Readings by appointment—Col. 4342. • Unity Spiritualist Church 1326 Mai*. Are. N.W. Sunday, at 7:45 P.M. Ltctur« by REV. F. H. MANDRELL. Subject. "ETERNAL PROGRESSION" Spirit Greetings by Mrs. Margaret Mandifi. Miss Violet Coats and Mr. J. K. Simmons. No midweek services at 600 Penna. ave. i e. next Thursday. Mrs. Strark Is out of the cltjr Longley Memorial Spiritualist Church 34"!3 Holmead Place N.W.. car. Newton St. REV. JENNIE Del.ONG. MinlMer Lecture. Sunday, at 8 » m —"SPIRITl'ALISM AND GOD." Soloist—Mr. Leonard. Lie. Minister—Mrs. L. M. Scharffetter. Assisttnc mediums—Mrs. Emma Suit. Mrs. Mary Brown. Wednesday. 3:30 p.m.. Healing t Mriiaie Service by the Minis ter, assisted by Mrs. Raymond Craft. Midweek Message Service. Thursday, May 25, at 8 p.m. Bev. DeLong gives readings by appoint ment at the cnurch. Phone Cat Mw-J. » The First Spiritualist Church Lecture by the pastor REV. ALFRED H. TERRY Subject "THE OPEN DOOR" Followed by Spirit Messages. Sundsy, 8 p.m.. at Pythian Temple. 1013 Uth St. N.w. Second floor. AU welcome. Readings by Mediums Prom 8 to 7:30 Bin. Supper served from 5 to " p.m. Mediums. Mrs. BotJk, Mrs. El Ma. Mr. Frederick and ethers. • LUTHER LEAGUE The Executive Committee oI the Synod of Maryland *111 meet In Wash ington this evening at Zkm Church, New Hampshire avenue and Buchanan street. The Juniors of Washington presented a special "Mother's day" program last Saturday at Zlon. A very good attend ance of juniors and their mothers was reported. The Juniors presented the mothers with carnations. A pageant was given by the Juniors. The pro gram was under the direction of Miss A. Barbara Wiegand and Mrs. Dorothy S. Goetz. The quarterly meeting of the Washington leagues will be held June 6 at 8 p.m. at Zlon Church. Miss Doro thy Leech, district educational secre tary, will be In charge of the program. Washington district leagues will join together for a moonlight excursion June 13. Miss Mary Small will present the topic, "Finding One's Place in Life." at St. John's. East Riverdale, Sunday evening. Election of officers will be held at the business meeting May 24. Rev. Luther Franz will conduct the league meeting at St. Mark's, Sunday. He will s-peak. on "Finding One'a Place In Life." At St. Paul's, Mary Seaford will lead the same topic. The league will have charge of the church service Sunday at Atonement. The service will be developed along the lines of the topic, "Finding One's Place In Life." The Senior Sorlpty at Luther Place will be led by Caroline Davis, whose topic will be, "What Parts of the World Are Still Without Christ?" The inter mediate group will be led by Nadlne Thomas, who will talk about "Finding One's Place In Life.'' The topic, "Finding One's Place in Life," will be presented at Incarnation by Gertrude Kluge. Philip A. Krautwurst will present the same topic at Zlon. 8unday at 7 p.m. Frank Redlnger will lead the juniors at 2 p.m. today. » • \ DR. PERKINS' TOPIC "What Difference Does God MakeP'' Is His Theme. "What Difference Does God Make?" is the sermon topic for Dr. F. W. Per kins tomorrow morning at the Uni versalis National Memorial Church. At 1 o'clock the X group will leave for Camp Roosevelt to spend the after noon on the shore of Chesapeake Bay. The group to do Red Cross sewing will meet in the parish house at 10 o'clock Tuesday. At noon there will be a luncheon served by the Ladles' Aid Association. The business meeting of the association will be at 1:30. The Girl Scouts will meet Tuesday at 3:30 This will be the first meet ing in charge of the new lieutenant, Miss Jane Bennet. The Boy Scout troop will meet at 7:30 in the parish house. Urttrrmpfc REFORMED TDArr '■'*"> »n« o N.W. unALb Henry H. Ranck. D. D.. Pmitor 11—Sermon by Rev. W. L. Ball of Green ville. 8. C. 9:40 «m.—Sunday School. Uttittgrflal 3enigtt The Fellowship of the Universal Design of Life WASHINGTON BRANCH 1 SERVICES, 11 A.M. Stoneleigh Court, Conn. Ave. and L "God, One and Universal" LIBRARY Stoneleirh Court, Conn. Ave. * L St. N.W. JFrieniifl Friends Meeting 1811 Eye St. N.W. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 :Q(l a.m.—Meeting for Worship. Friends Meeting of Washington (Established 1930—2111 Florida Are.) Meetlns for Worship Pirst Day 'Sunday) at 11 o'clock. Sunday School at &:46. All Interested are welcome. Friends Meeting (Orthodox) 13th and Irvine Streets N.W. Sanday School. 0:4.V Meeting: for Worship. 11 am : Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p.m. All welcome. izntutgrlifllir Qknlrr 7:30—Popular Evangelistic— Special Music. Pastor preaches on "SPARS OF SALVATION" Full Gospel 1 Tabernacle X. Capitol & K Sts. Sunday School. #:Hn. Vounc People. 6:15. 11:00—"THE DIVINE MYSTERY" (Communion—New Members) ww.. I rentecosiai—Tnurs.. 7:40. Bible *tudy. Prayer. Tues., 1:00. and Friday. 7:45. A WELCOME FOR YOU. $Jrrshgtman BIBLICAL DRAMA WILL BE REPEATED Young People to Give Play at First Congregational Tomorrow Evening. At the First Congregational Church tomorrow evening the young people under the direction of Miss Nell M Eerghout. will repat the biblical drama, "The Half of My Goods." The tast includes Paul J. Sedgwick. Patri cia Nolan Palmer, Tudor Whiton George Field. Caroline Cliff, Gall Whit i on and Jefferson H. Rogers. At 11 a.m. Dr. Allen A. Stockdale the minister, will speak on "Superlative Eloquence." The vested choir, undei ihe direction of Ruby Smith Stahl, will sing at both services. The Working Band will meet in thf Sunday school room at 10 o'clock Mon day morning. Luncheon at 12:30. Th< | Sixteenth Street Heights Circle will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Hatu^ Overstreet, 1426 Buchanan street, al 12:30 p.m. The Young Women's Glut will meet Tuesday evening. A mother; and daughters' banquet will be served at 6:30 p.m. "The Kleptomaniac." 8 comedy, will be given by members ol the club Mrs. Dorothy Wilson Hal bach will sing and Miss Nell M Burgout will conduct a candlelight service. The board of deaconesses will meel in the church Thursday at 5 o'clock. The church night supper and mid week service will be Thursday. Dr Eugene C. Carder, assistant pastor with Dr. Harry Emerson Foedlck at the Riverside "Baptist Church, New York will speak, showing lantern pictures ol the outstanding symbolism in th« architecture of the famous Rlverslc« Baptist Church. The meeting begins at 6:45 o'clock. Rehoboth Baptist. At the 11 o'clock service tomorrow the pastor. Rev. E. M. Tyre, *111 havt as his text "Things to Lay Aside"; 2 p.m., musical and literary program by the Sunday school; preaching, 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Tuesday, S p.m.; mis sionary meeting Thursday, a p.m. (EnngrggatUmal First Congregational Ttfnth and G Streets N.W. Allen A. Stockdale, D. D. Minister Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Young People'* Societies, 6:30 P.M. 11 A.M. "Superlative Eloquence" 8 P.M. Biblical Drama "The Half of My Goods" Presented by the Young People MOUNT PLEASANT Colunfbia Id. at Fourteenth St. N.W. The Rev. Russell J.. Clinchjr, Minister 9:30m.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Wor»hip. - Sermon—"Go Forward I" ^rrsbytrrian CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN Southern General Assembly. 16th and Irving Sts. N.W. REV. JAMES H. TAYLOR, D. D., Pastor. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor. 8:00 p.m.—Evening Worship. Cfjurcfj of tfje Pilgrims Oa the Ftrk*ir at XXnd and P Iti. N.W. Gift of the Presbyterians of the South to the Nation's Capital. Rev. Andrew Reid Bird Miniiter Divine Worship arid Preaching by the Minister at 11:00 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. Organ Recital, 7:30 P.M. A Cordial Welcome to All II SIXTH 16th and Kennedy Sis. N.W, Rev. Godfrey Chobot, Pastor. 9:80 a.m.—Graded Sabbath School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning worship. "Opti mism." 7:00 p m.—Christian Endeavor meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m.—Midweek service. VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME SERVICES FRANCAIS NEW YORK AVENUE CHURCH 13th and H Streets Dlmanche a 4 heures, sermon par Prank Llotard. GEORGEfOWN (Ortanlied 1780.) P Street New 31st Street N.W. Rer. Frank Sergeant Nile#, Minister. 9:46 a.m.—Ohurch School. 11:00 a.m.—Mornina Worship and Ser mon. "GOOD SHEPHERDS." Ordination of Newly Elected Elders. 6:46 D.m.—Christian Endeavor, Lead er. Charles Wells. 7:30 p.m.—Young people's Service. Leader. Gertrude Weitiel. WESTERN ■ St. Bet. 19th and 20th N.W. Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, D. D., Minister 11:00 A.M. Key. A. 8. Kepler, D. D. 8.00 P.M. lUv. Calvin B. Waller, D. D. GUNTON-TEMPLE 18th and Newten Streets, lei Bernard Braskanp. D. D.. Pastor 9:48 a.m.—Sunday 8chool. 11:00 a.m.—Sermon, "Our L»rd's B» turn." 6 45 e m—Younr People'* Meettan. Midweek Service. Thursday. 8 p m. New York Avenue Church ISth A H & N. T. Ave. Ministers DK. JOSEPH R. SIZOO DR. ALBERT EVANS 11:00 A.M. "The Price We Pay" 8:00 P.M. "For Their Sake." PECK MEMORIAL Pa. Ait., 28th and M St*. N.W. IRVING W. KETCHUM, Minister. 11:00 a.m.—Gospel Mission Anniver sary. 7:4ft p.m.—Sermon, "Berlnnina Araln." 9:45 a.m.. Sunday School. .1 p.m.. Gillett Class. Int. C. E.. 6:30 p.m. Washington Height* Columbia and Kalorama Rda. Rev. John C. Palmer, D. D.. Minister P :4 .*>—Sunday School. 11:00—Mornlni worship. Serman by Dr. PaTaur, "Lad by the Spirit —Children «f Gad." 7:00—Christian Endeavor. 8:00—"Worthy Motive lor a Great Life." CHEVY CHASE Chevy Chase Circle Eev. J. Hillman Halllster. D. D.. Minister 0:30 to 10:60 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.— Church School. :45 a.m.—Hie Clyde Kelly Claaa. :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 1?:C COVENANT FIRST Between Mayflower Hotel and Dupont Circle, Opposite John Witherspoon Statue. DR. ALBERT JOSEPH McCARTNEY Minister Morning Worship at 11 O'clock Rev. WILHELMUS B. BRYAN, Jr., Guest Preacher Sunday School tor All Grades at 9:43 AM. Young People's Meetings at t:30 and 7:30 ^ A ' ®hrtataiirlpt]latt duytl. 73Z Webster Si. N.W. Sunday Worship. 11:18 a.m. 8. S„ 10 a.m. W»dn«»dar Bible qua*. 8 P.M. utyrrtBophti LIGHTBRINGER LODGE Sunday. May 51. 8:18 P.M. "The Dawn of a New Renaissance" Mrs. Blanche K. Furtlien Main H«r. Barrtjter Bldi.. 8.15 P Bt N W. ADMISSION nux collection Frf« Clasa In AatroTocy. Wednesday Eve nlnn at S. Sunday. 8:15 P.M.—May 11 "THE GOD IDEA" Study Clau, Thursday. 8:15 P.M. Trt* l-n<liru Library United Lodge of TheotophUts| Hill BW*., 17th A Eye SU. N.W. No Dues. Fees or Collections SECURITY for a FAILING WORLD CHARLES M. REMEY Sunday, May SI. * P.M. WASHINGTON LODGE, T. S. . Ill* H St N.W. (Ehrteliatt CHRISTIAN uty* National <£ttg Tboman Cirri*. Dr. H»m» H. Harmon. Minister. Dr. Earla Wilder. Minister Emeritas 9:45 a m.—Church School. 10:50 a.m.—"The EAcaer af Prayer." Dr. Harmon. 6:45 n n.—Youn* People's Meet ings. 7:45 p.m.—Rev. E. McNeill Po teat. Jr.. of Ralelih. N. C. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS Park Rm< Went of 1 tlh St. frW. Barter Baker Smith. Pastor. 0:30—Bible School. 11:00 a m.—Sermon Cutlf*ratt TRINITY MISSOURI SYNOD 4th ml E Sts. N.W. REV. HUGO M. HEN'NIG 8:30 a\n.—German Service. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—English Service; topic, "The Lord's Prayer." MT. RAINIER MISSION Of Trinity Lutheran Church. Mt. Rainier, Md. 14th St. and Bunker Hill Roid (Odd Fellow.' Hall) 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 ajn.—Service. 8:00 p.m.—Service, Student Pastor, Ed win Pleplow. ST. PAUL'S Cana. Ave. and Everett St. N.W. Rev. Henry W. Snyder, D. D., Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sabbath School. 11:00 a.m.—Consecration of Gifts of Gold and Silver. "*a renerated Gold." 8:00 p.m.—Vesper Service, "The Straight War." Swedish Lutheran Church 400 4th Street N.W. 8wedlsh Service, 3:30 p.m. SEBMON BY BEV. G. E. LEN8KL LUTHER PLACE Memorial Church At Thomas Circle Rev. Carl C. Rasmussen, D. D., Pastor 11 OCLOCK SERVICE— "Society's Sins—and Ours" >r the Rer. Carl C. Iubuki 6:45—Christian Endeavor So cieties. 9:45—Sunday School. Thursday, I P.M.—Quiet Hour. "How Does Prayer Help?" By the faf. Carl C. InnilHl. MwsfLUfHERAN (Missouri Synod) 16th and Gallatin Sts. N.W. J. FREDERIC WENCHEL, Pastor 9:45 a.in.—Sunday School. 1100 a.m.—Swmon^ on "THE COST O* Thursday. H p.:n.—Ascension Day Service. Concordia Church (Evanselleal Synod of N. A.) JiOth and G Sts. N.W. Rev. CHARLES ENDERS. Pastor. Atlantic District Conference 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. Speakers. The Rer. Harry Yacgl. The Rev. B. Tannler. PREACHING SERVICBB. 10:00 a.m.—German, Rev. E. T. Henzel. 11:15 a.m.—English. Rer. X. J. Paet zold. 8:00 p.m.—Evening worship. Sacred Cantata, awake." Suns by Con cordia Choir. Grace Lutheran Church Sixteenth and Varnura Sts. N.W. Gerhard E. Lenski, Pastor 9:4Aa.m.—Sunday School. Classes for All. ll:Oi)a.m.—"Hearing and Doing." 8:00 v.m.—Ybung People's Devotional Meeting. A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL! REFORMATION 2nd and B SU. 8.E. Rev. John Weldley, Pastor. Rev. Carroll S. Rudisill, Asst. 0:30 am—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Mornlns Service, 0:45 p.m.—Luther Leasue. 7:45 p.m.—Evenlnt Service. INCARNATION (United Lnthrran Church) The Rev. H. Manken, Pastor 11:00 a.m.—Worship and Sermon. 0:40 a.m.—Bible School. 7:15—Y. P. Luther League. Keller Memorial Maryland Avenue and Ninth St. .Northeast. S. T. Nicholas, D. D., Pastor Bandar Sehoel at 9:30 A.M. Mernlnc Service at 11 :M REV. J. H. BUCHANEN ■Teniae Service at 7:4« "Prosperity" Address by Rev. Carl RadML THS HOMELIKE CHURCH. 4* a St. Marks Lutheran 8th and B SU. S.W. 1ST. J. LUTHER FBANTZ. Tartar. 11 •' V'li'L REV C. R BOTSFORD of Peldsmere. 71*. will aulst In'the service and deliver the sermon. UV*°- * .