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Mount Vernon Place M. E.
Plans Candlelight Service
Tomorrow.
Dr. John W. Rnstin will preach in
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church
South at the 11 o'clock service on
‘Man's Emergency—God's Oppor
tunity” A candlelight communion j
service will he held at 8 o'clock. The j
quartet, Daud Manley, tenor: La
Vergne Simms Fairchild, soprano:
Lillie Clayton Garrett, contralto, and
Arthur M. Tabbutt. basso, will sing, j
There will be special music at the cvc
n;ng service also.
Mrs. Paige E. Gollihar will address
the adult division at 9:30 am, on
' The Church and the Home in Chris- !
tian Education.'' Mrs. Roberta
Sweeney will play a cello solo.
Dr. Herbert P. Ramsey, Washington
physician and specialist, will speak on
"Marriage" at the younger adult de
partment meeting at 7 o'clock.
The Missionary Society will sponsor
a service of worship and meditation
in the church Tuesday, from 10 to 11
a m. This will be a period of prepara- j
tion for the city-wide Aldersgate com
memoration service to be held in the
Calvary Baptist Church at 8 o'clock.
Dr. Rust in will speak at the prayer
meeting Thursday at 8 p.m.' An All
States Night program will be given
Friday at 8 o'clock; a two-minute
feature will be presented by repre
sentatives of each State.
FRANCIS ASBURY’S
MEETINGS LISTED
Rev. Albert P. Shirkey to Take
‘On Fire for God' as His
Morning Sermon Topic.
Tlie Rev. Albert P. Shirkey will
preach at 11 o'clock tomorrow at Fran
cis AsbUry M. E. Church South. His
subject will be “On Eire for God. At
a pm. the church school will celebrate
the occasion of Wesley's conversion
with a play. “The Warm Heart." This
will take the place of the evening serv
ice.
At 6 45 the young people will meet.
On Tuesday at 8 p m., at Calvary j
Baptist Church, Francis Asburv will j
co-operate with the other Protestant
churches in il'.e celebration of the
200th anniversary of John Wesley's ex
perience. On Wednesdav. i :30 to
10:30, a silver tea will be held at the
home of Mrs. G. T Caroon. 1514 Emer
son street N.W., in the interest of the
building fund.
The mission study group will be in
charge of the service Thursday night.
Thp Rev. G A. Arkerly. friend and eo
worker of Dr. Mark Dawbcr, author of
•'Rebuilding America," will give a
resume of this book.

POPPY SALE OPENS
SILVER SPRING. Md„ May 21 '
(Special >.—Cissel-Saxon unit. Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary, inaugurated its ,
poppy sale today, and the sale will
continue through Memorial Day.
Mrs. J. M. Baffin heads the com
mittee in charge. Proceeds from the ,
sale of the paper flowers, which are
made by disabled World War veterans,
will be used for welfare and rehabili
tation work.
A TAt tie Chat on Etiquette.
By JOS. J. FRISCH.
FLOYD IS GIVING HIS BACHELOR
DINNER TONIGHT- HE THINKS
THAT THE ONLY VOICE SOME/
MEN HAVE IN HOUSEHOLD}
MATTERS IS THE cr
INVOICE. -T
G. G. M.—A bachelor dinner is given
by the bridegroom a night or two be
fore his wedding and may take place at
his home, a club or a restaurant.
Since this is a dinner for men only,
women are not to be present, not even
to greet the guests. If the bridegroom
Is a divorcee or a widower, he does not
give a farewell or bachelor dinner.
| Guest Preacher

DR. J. M. M. GRAY.
A. U. CHANCELLOR
IS GUEST SPEAKER
Dr. Joseph M. M. Gray to Preach
at Metropolitan Memorial
Methodist Church.
At the Metropolitan Memorial M. E.
Church tomorrow at the 11 o'clock
services the guest preacher will be Dr.
Joseph M M. Gray, chancellor of
American University. Having occupied
the pulpits of Elm Park Church.
Scranton, and Central Church, Detroit,
two of the largest churches in
Methodism, Dr. Gray is considered one
of the ablest, preachers of the country.
His theme will be "Aldersgate and Our
sclves," a sermon commemorating the
"heart-warming” experience of John
Wesley on May 24, 1738, out of which
Methodism grew. The entry in John
Wesley's Journal recording the experi
ence will be read, and "De Profundis,”
the anthem sung in the afternoon in
St. Pauls Cathedral, will be repeated
by the rhoir. The rhoir and R. F.
Freund will sing.
A class of new members will be re
ceived.
MARKS ANNIVERSARY
Emory M. E. South to Observe
Wesley's Conversion.
The 200th anniversary of the con
version of John Wesley will be ob
served at Emory M. E. Church South
at all services on Sunday. Special
programs will be offered throughout
the entire Sunday School and at the
young people's services. The Rev.
Horace E. Cromer will preach in the
morning on "Heart Warming Experi
ence" and in the evening on "The
United Methodists."
At the midweek service on Thurs
day evening the series on ' What We
Believe" will be continued in the dis
cussion of "What We Believe Aoout
the Church."
The Class of Friendship will meet
in Ihe parish house Monday at 8
a'clock.
The Mabel Gatlev Bible Class will
have a luncheon at 12.30 Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. H. M. Hawkins.
MISSIONARY TO SPEAK
Converted Arabian to Preach at.
Silver Spring- Baptist.
SILVER SPRING. Mci., May 21 j
Special i.—The Rev. Louis V. Hanna. !
i converted Arabian who was edu- 1
■ated in this country, will speak at
ervices at the Silver Spring Baptist
Uhurch tomorrow at 11 a m. and at.
1:43 pm.
The Rev. Mr. Hanna is a mission*
iry in the Holy Lands and has been
;Utionea at Nazareth for the past
;even years. He came to America to j
ittend the Southern Baptist Conven- !
ion at Richmond, Va., this week.
PREMIUM
SERIES CONTINUES
Grace Lutheran Pastor to
Preach on ‘Another Sermon
on Prayer.’
Continuing a series of services pre
paratory for Pentecost, Dr. Gerhard
E. Lenski will preach tomorrow at
11 am. at Grace Lutheran Church.
The theme will be “What? Another
Sermon on Prayer?" The choir will
present special numbers.
The pastor will preach at the Lu
theran Home for the Aged in Brook
land at 3 p.m. Allen Ortel, boy so
prano, will sing.
The Senior Luther League will meet
at 6 p.m. Frederick Winkelman will
preside. Harry Crow and Laurance
Stutz will unite in presenting the
topic: “Fundamental Differences Be
tween Protestantism and Roman Ca
tholicism." Supper will be served at
7 p.m.
The Fidelity Club will meet Mon
day at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss
Margaret Haislip. 25 Takoma avenue,
Takoma Park, Md.
The annual Sunday school picnic
will be held in Rock Creek Park June
4. The annual children's day of the
school will be June 12 at 11 a.m.
SWEDISH SERVICES
AT FIRST BAPTIST
Dr. K. E. Carlson to Preach at
3:30, P.M. Rites—Dr. Pruden
Lists His Sermon Subject.
•'Spiritual Radiance" will be the
sermon subject of Dr. Edward Hughes
Pruden at the First Baptist Church
tomorrow- morning and in the eve- ,
ning he will speak on "The Art of
Holding On" Swedish services will
be held at 3:30, with Dr. K. E. Carl
son preaching. An illustrated lecture
will be given Thursday evening by Dr
W. J. Sly on "Trumpet Voices of
Peace." under the auspices of the
Euzelian and the Luther Rice classes, j
The annual banquet of the Fidelia
Class, with installation of officers, will
he held at the Highlands Wednesday
evening, the officers being Mrs. Percy :
Scott Flippin, president; Mrs. Albert
L. Peck. Mrs. Joseph F. Worley and
Mrs. Walter T. Lawton, vice presi
dents; Mrs. J. M. Toonev, secretary, !
and Mrs. John W. Rowley, treasurer.
Tomorrow will be "rally day" for the
Euzelian Class, which will occupy for
the first time its enlarged and newly
decorated quarters in the Sunday
school. Ilah Thomasson and Mary i
Jane Meneley, with their Euzelian
groups, will visit Ivakota tomorrow
and present a program there.
C. T. Rizer and group from the B.
Y. P. U. will conduct services, wirh -
special music, at Central Union Mis
sion on Tuesday evening.
‘A Time to Work' Topic.
The Rev. B. P. Robertson of the
First Baptist Church of Hyattsville
will speak on “A Time to Work" at
the morning services tomorrow. His
sermon topic will be "A New Begin
ning" at the evening services.
HEADS SOCIETY AGAIN
Rev. Clifford Jope Is Re-elected
by Missionary Group.
The Rev. Clifford Jope, pastor of
the Ninth Street Christian Church,
was re-elected president and J. M.
Pickens of the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture treasurer at the
61st annual convention of the Dis
ciples of Christ, Capital Area Mission
ary Society, at the closing session on
Wednesday in Baltimore. The ses
sion next year will be held in this
city.
Dr. A. P. Wilson, pastor of the Co
lumbia Heights Christian Church, wa.v
one of the convention speakers. The
Rev. C. N. Williams, pastor of the
Third Christian Church, led the sing
ing.
RITES WILL START
NEW CHURCH WORK
Ground Will Be Broken at 3 P.M.
Tomorrow for Northminster
Presbyterian Building.
Ground will be broken tomorrow at
3 o'clock for the new Northminster
Presbyterian Church at Alaska avenue
and Kalmla street N.W. The Rev.
Walter E. Price, pastor, will preside.
The principal address will be made
by Dr. Henry B. Wooding, moderator j
of the Washington City Presbytery
and pastor of the Eckington Presby
terian Church.
The building will be of stone, Eng- '
lish Gothic type, and will cost about
*60.000. Alvin Hall, director of the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing, is
president of the Board of Trustees and
chairman of the Building Committee.
DR. BALL TO REPORT
ON BAPTIST PARLEY
Metropolitan Church Lists Its
Activities for the Week.
Baptism Scheduled.
Dr. John Compton Ball, pastor of
the Metropolitan Baptist Church,
back from the Southern Baptist Con
vention In Richmond, will report on
It tomorrow morning. His theme will
be "We. Us and Company, Baptist.”
In the evening his theme will be "The
Riches of Christ.” Baptismal services
will close the evening rite.
The Shaver Bible Class meets at
3:45 a.m. E. B. Shaver is the teacher.
The Woman’s Bible Class, with
Mrs. Leah Darnelle in charge, will
conduct the religious services at the
Home for Aged Ladies, 1255 Wiscon
sin avenue n.w., at 3 p.m.
The Adult Union meets at 6:45 p.m.,
with C. E. Jenkins leading; subject,
"Empowered by the Holy Spirit.” The
Thru-the-Bible Class Meets Tues
day at 7 o'clock, Mrs. William Hasker
teaching.
Prayer services Thursday evening,
led by the pastor. Mrs. Clyde Freed,
613 Lexington place N.E., will be the
hostess at the meeting of the "Farther
Lights.”
ZION LUTHERAN
•Life With Wingrs’ Will Be Topic
of Rev. Edward G. Goetz.
• Life With Wings” will be the sub
ject at Zion Lutheran Church by the
Rev. Edward G. Goetz. The Inter
mediate Luther League will meet at 6
o'clock, with Audrev Souder as the
leader. The topic is "Our Share of
the Home Work. ' The Senior League
will meet at 7 o'clock. The Rev. Mr.
Goetz will lead the meeting and the
discussion of the topic, "Essentials of
a Christian Home.”
F. J. Lane, as lay-delegate, with the
pastor, will represent the congregation
at the 119th annual convention of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Mary
land May 23 to 25 at Frederick, Md.
ELDBROOKE M. E.
Wesley Anniversary Will Be
Celebrated Tomorrow.
Eldbrooke M. E. Church will cele
brate the 200th anniversary of John
Wesley’s Aldersgate experience at the
morning worship service tomorrow.
The Rev. Walter M. Michael will cele
brate the Sacrament of the lord’s
Supper and deliver a communion
meditation on “The High Reward of
Faith.” A class of new members will
be received.
The annual memorial service of the
Daughters of America will be held at
8 p.m. with 8tate Councilor Viola Hen
ley presiding. The pastor will give
a memorial address on “The Com
pensations of Yesterday.”
A business meeting and social of the
Community Ladies’ Bible Class will
be held Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. J. Howard Mitchell, 116 W.
Primrose street. Chevy Chase. Mov
ing pictures will be shown.
Prayer meeting will be held Wednes
day at 7:30 at the Home for Incur
ables. The choir will sing and the
pastor will give an address.
POST PLANS DANCE
CLARENDON. Va„ May 21 'Spe
cial).—Plans for the annual Flag Day
dance of Arlington Post, No. 139, of
the American Legion are nearing com
pletion. George P. Brannan, chair
man of arrangements, announced to
day.
The dance will be held June 13 at
the Army and Navy Country Club. I
Invitations have been aent to Gov.
Price of Virginia and Mr*. Price,
Gen. Frank T. Hines, administrator
of veteran*’ affairs, and Mr*. Hines;
Representative and Mrs. Howard W. j
Smith and Representative and Mrs.
John W. Flannagan, Jr.
35>ro abuugljt
ROOM 700,“ AMERICAN BLDG.
1317 F 8T. N.W. NA. 2223
Noon-Day Meditations. Mondays and Thurs
days, at 12:30. led hy James A Edgerton.
Pres. International New Thought Alliance.
Tuesdays at 7:30 p m., the Ministry of the
High Watch, lessons from Emma Curtis
Hopkins. Thursdays at 4:45 I N. T A.
Confess Consecratlcn and Activities Fri
days at 4:45 Our Increasing Faith. Lesson
and Meditation, led iry Florence E. Frisbia.
(Church nf (Christ
14th St. CHURCH OF CHRIST
3460 14th St. N.YV.
10:00 a.m—Bible School. *
11 oo a m.—A. II. I.njtue. Speaker.
8:oo p m.—“New Testament Reliirion.”
Prntrrnatal
BETHEL TABERNACLE
Cor. N. Capitol & K Sts.
Formerly
Bible Hall Assembly
Opening Our New Church Home
9:30 a m.—Bible Jtudy.
ll:00o.m.—Sub.: "God's Dwelling Place."
By the Pastor
2:30 p.m.—Song Service. Short talks by
visiting ministers.
3:30 p.m—Sub.: "The Conquering1
Christ."
By E. F. M. Staudl of Baltimore
7:00 p.m.—Prayer Service.
7:30 p.m.—Song Praise.
8:30p.m.—Sub.: "Jesus, the Light of
the World."
By Dr. Chas. A. Shreve
A Warm Welcome Awaits You.
Harry V. Schaeffer, Pastor.
arutlt j^miirra
A TRUTH CENTER
MRS. APPLETON. Leader
1713 K Street N.W.
Sun . 11 n m.—“What (»ood Must 1 Do?”
Tups.. 8:1ft—"Security.”
Wed.. 3 p.m.—“Dynamic Livinr.”
Thurs. 8:1ft—“Healinr '*
Tups. A Thurs.. “-ft; Wed.. 4-6 p.m. •
Otitiur s>rirttrf
First Divine Science Church
Grafton Hotel. Conn. Ave. at He Sales.
11:00 a m.—“Realization."
Thurg., 8 pm.—“Scientific Thinking.”
Rev. G. I,. Patch. Minister.
(Hhristadrlphian
THE WASHINGTON FCC'I.ESIA.
S P. 10:00 am. Service. 11:00 am.
808 E \e SI. N.W._Public Invited. *
Christadelphian Chapel
732 Webster St. N.W.
J. W. Huntress
of Boston, Mass.
Will speak Sunday 11 :1A am. on “Who,
Has the Rev* Given to Peter J .900 Years
Ago?"
Mr Huntress also will speak at K p.m. j
on “Gods New Deal—Depression and
Recession and the Only Way Out.”
On Monday niuht. * p.m . Mr. Huntress
speaks on “When Jesus Broadcasts From
Jerusalem.*’ Public cordially invited. _
$flrtti&a
SELF-REALIZATION
FELLOWSHIP
RRAHMACHARI
.10T1N OF INDIA.
“THE CAUSE OF SORROW”
May **•*. 1»:»8, 8 P.M.
17.-.8 COLUMBIA RD. N.W.
Unity
Society of Washington, D. C.
1326 Eye Street N VV. Met. 1889.
Rev. George F. Sheldon, Leader
Sunday—9:45, Sunday School; 11:OU, Lec
ture; »i:45 Good Words Club; 8:00.
Evening Service. Center Open Daily.
Classes—Tues.. :2:.*W and 8:00; Wed.. 8:00;
Thurs.. 5:00. Unity literature for sale.
UNITY CIRCLE
1703 K St. N.W.
DEAN FRANKLIN, Leader
Sunday*. 10 and II a.m.
NEW COLONIAL HOTEL
Authorized Washington Center
MARGARET ANN FELOT. Pastor. ■
Sunday. J1 :oo a.m.
•THE LAW OF JESUS CHRIST.’*
Wednesday. 8:0(1 pm.
“Steps in Meditation.’’
Sunday School . . . Sunday. 11 A M.
Phone District ;t4.Ttt. •
Jtomtiup flUtriattattitg
National GUfurrlt of
$flfiitiwr (Eljristianitg
Dr. G. F. Fraser, Pastor.
1726 H St. N.W.
* Sunday. May Tt. IOMS
11 00 a m.—"THE CABALA OF ALL
RELIGIONS. THE TEACH
INGS OF JESCS."
8:00 pm—"SPIRHTALITY AND L'N
FOLDMENT’•
Wednesday. May iiS. 1008.
8:00 p.m.—CLASSES.
Classes on Wednesday*
ALL RUMF.L, FREE •
IShitr (Crnsii
WHITE CROSS CENTER
1810 Ontario Place N.W.
Prayer and Message Meeting E'ery
Wednesday. K:Jf> P.M
REV. JANE B. COATES
Consultations by appointment. Col 0\!\'7 •
Qlbrifiliatt ^rirttrr
Christian Science
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
Branches of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ
Scientist, Boston, Mass.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Columbia Rd. snd Euclid St.
Second Church of Christ Scientist
111 C St. N E,
Third Church of Christ Scientist
J.'tth snd L Sis. N.W.
Fourth Church of Christ Scientist
IHth snd Meridian N.W.
SUBJECT:
“SOUL AND BODY”
SERVICES—
Sunday, 1 1 A M and R P M.
Sundav School—IT A.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING—
b o'clock.
RADIO PROGRAMS SUNDAY
10:00 AM. STATION WJSV.
READING ROOMS
FIRST CHURCH—730 17th St.
N.W. Hours 9 to 9 (except
Wednesdays, 9 to 7, and Sun
days and holidays, 2:30 to 5:30).
SECOND CHURCH—111 C St.
N.E. Hours, 12 to 5:30 p.m.
week days. 2:30 to 5:30 Sun
days and holidays.
THIRD CHURCH —Colorado
Bldg., 14th and G Sts. Hours,
9 to 9 (Wednesdays, 9 to 7:30,
and Sundays and holidays, 2
to 6).
FOURTH CHURCH—Tivoli Bldg.,
3313 14th St., 9 to 9 week days:
Wednesdays, 9:30 to 7; Sun
days, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Holi
days, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
All are welcome to attend our church
services and use our reading rooms._
First Church of Christ Scientist
EAST FALLS CHURCH. VA.
At Little Falls Street Station.
Sunder Services. 11 e.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sundar School. 11 e.m.
Wednesdar Services. 8 P.M.
Readinr Room In Masonic Temple
Buildinr on Lee Hirhsrar.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Alexandria. Va. Georie Maaon Hotel.
Sunday Serelee and Sunday School. 11 a.m.
_Wednesday Serelee. S . P M,_
(Christian
CHRISTIAN
Nintl? Street
9th 4c D Sts. N.E.
CLIFFORD H. JOPE. Minister
VV'iM. GEO. ORAM. Assistant
9:30 a m—Bible School.
11 .no d m.—"Branch Houses."
1:45 0.10.—Symposium by the
Young People.
<Thr National Cditg
THOMAS CIRCLE
DR. RAPHAEL B. MILLER.
REV. IVAN H. DUGAN.
Ministers
0:45 a m.—Church School
]il:5lta.m.—Dr. Jesse M. Bader or
New York City.
7:45 p.m.—Rev. Diicsn.
Sonnysoyings
1
I'm plavin i m a Alp-dimber. if I j
let out a yogel I bet folks passin' would
jump out ob they skins.
spiritualist
i. K. Simmon*. I.'t41 Newton St. N.W. !
Message Meetings every Thurs., PM.
Readings by Appt. Col. 4.14 2.
MRS. ELISABETH MrDONAID.
Message Service Thurs.. *2 .10 pm.. Advice
daily ;j.T*ll Mith St. N.W. Col. .mi. •
Spiritual Church of Divine Truth. Ine.
1215 Shepherd St N.W. Meetings Tues.
Thurs^eves.. Pauline Evans Medium. •
THE MARGARET SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH OF IMMORTALITY
RAFF.IdiH Horn.. r*th ind Pa. A**. N.M.
Rev. Mrs. Margaret R. Mandii
N. S. A. Minister.
Sundav. 8 p.m. Message*. Mr*. Mandi*.
Mr*. Mi*ter. Mr*. McDonald. Mr. Nelson.
mu*ic_dfrerlor.__ •
Rev. Mrs. Carol E. McKinstry
I'ti'J Gallatin St. N.W., at .MIOO
Block 14th St.
Under Authority of
The General Assembly of Spiritualists.
“Ble**ed are they that mourn, for thev
*ha!l he comforted." Matt. 5.1.
Message Meeting* Tues. and Fri. eve*..
H p.m. Public welcome. All reached.
Georgia •
MRS. MISTER
r».'»o itith st. n vv i
Seance Thurs . b p m. Advice dads'. Dis.
MYSTIC CHURCH OF CHRIST
Services Sunday and Wednesday at X p.m.
Healing and Con.sultation daily 1 ’ to 0
pm. Healing each meeting. 7 to X p.m
DR. F. L. DONCELL. Teacher.
Kd'i R. I. Ave. N.W. •
LONGLEY MEMORIAL
3423 Holmead Place N.W.
Return 1.3th and 11th at Newton Si.
Sunday. May at H P.M.
Lecture by Rev. 0. J. Cove
t Message* by Rev. Mary Brown.
Message Clrele Wednesday, x P.M.
Miss Jean Crouse in Charge. •
FRATERNAL
1329 N St. N.W.
REV. OTTO FEXTER. Pastor.
Services Sunday and Wednesday. S P.M.
Lecture and Messages Sunday.
by the Pastor
Messages at Each Service.
The Friendly Church.
The First Spiritualist Church
Services at the Psychic Center.
131 C Street N.E.. Sunday. M P M.
Lecture by the Pastor.
REV. ALFRED H. TERRY
Subject:
"SPIRITUALISM'S PLANET"
Followed by Spirit Messages.
Dr. Terry gives consultations by ap
pointment. Phone Lincoln J57?.
Special Crystal Readings
Thursday Evening.
Reincarnation Church
DR. II. HAMID-BltRR. leader.
World-Known Spiritual Healer *
World-Record Psychic Signatures.
Service Sunday. 7:.'1() p.m.
FIRST TIME IN WASHINGTON
Startling Proofs of Psychic
Communications (Press Invited).
Lecture
“ECTOPLASM”
Full Messages to All
Spiritual Consultations. Healing. Daily
Psychic Development Classes.
717 Eleventh Street N.W. Metro. 3I*>».
Two Doors From Palais Royal *
The Church of
Two Worlds
INCORPORATED
Hotel Continental
Facing Capitol Plaza
Rev. H. Gordon Burroughs'
Minister
Sunday, 8 p.m., Address by the Minister
“OUR HERITAGE”
Wednesday, 8 p.m., Message Serrice
Spiritual &rfrnr*
Church
of Spiritual
Science
Dr. Z. A. Wrifbt,
Pastor.
808 EYE STREET N.W.
SUNDAY SERVICE—7:30 P.B.
ADDRESS by Rev. ELLEN ROCKWOOD
MESSAGES TO ALL BY THE CLERGY
Rev. M. McFarland. Dr. A. Frederick,
Dr. Z. A. Wrifbt andn Rev. O. Evans.
Vocal Selectiona This Sunday.
You Are Cordially Invited to Attend.
Seance* at the home chapel. I.}© V J.
Avo. S.E. Mon., Wed. and Fri. at # f
Private Interview* Dally. Line. 100-«
Citthrratt
ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN
Kentucky Art. at JMh St. S.E.
Rev. Thro P. krlcke.
f* .‘in a m.—Sunday School.
1 1 Oh a m "Divine Love.”_
' TAKOMA
Seventh and Dahlia St*. N.W.
(Three Block* East of Waiter Feed.'
The Rev. J. Adrian Pfeiffer. Pastor.
Momma Worship at II a m . S. 8. «t 1‘ 4.V
INCARNATION
(Maryland Synod. 1’nited Lutheran Church I
Worship. 1 1_a m : S S . !♦ 4.*.: L. L._J <MI>.
(Sratr
TadVrn <Hurttj
Y«rmm 5t NV
wEMAftJ 1. IIMIU , TOW
f> 45 a m.—Church School. Classes for all
I I :<mi a.m.—"Another Sermon on Prayer,"
Sermon by the Pastor.
6 «M> p.m.—Senior Luther League, Sup
per Served at
_We W'elcome Visitor*!
TRINITY
MISSOURI SYNOD
4th and E Sts. N.W.
REV. HUGO M. HENN1G
Rev. C. Stuebe. Assistant
8:30a.m.—German Service.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a m.—English Service.
••DOING THE WORD."
ST. MARK’S
8th and Independence Ave. S.W,
Rev. J. Luther Frantz. Pastor.
II 00 a m. ' Making Religion Attractive.
u t:> a.m.—S. S. « .10 p m. I. L.
Augustana Lutheran Church
Arthur O. Hjelm. D. D.. Faator.
Morning Worship held every Sunday
morning at. 1 1 o'clock in the assembly
room of *1400 Sixteenth street N.W.
Sunday School and Bible Study at J*:4ft.
ST. PAUL’S
Conn. Are. and Everett St.
REV. HENRY W. SNYDER. D. D.
Pastor '
PRO a m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon* “Bridling the
Tonaue.**
8:00 p.m.—Berman: “Strength for
Our llaya.”
LUTHER PLACE
Memorial Church
At Thoma* Circle
Rer. Carl C. Rasmussen. I>. !>.. Paster
Rer. Reginald W. Deitt. Asst. Paster
11 o'clock service—
•‘LIFE'S PERFECT LAW*
Dr. Carl C. Rasmussen,
0:45 a.m.—Sundae School.
fl:00p.m.—Intermediaie Luther League
7:00 p.m.—Senior Luther league.
Atonement
Rhode Island
Ave.
Lutheran
N. Capitol
A St
OCR OBJECTIVE
HOWARD E. SNYDER, PASTOR.
Sunday School-9:40 a.m.
Morning Service_11:00 a.m.
Luther League_7:00 p.m.
Vespers_ 8:00 p.m.
Keller Memorial
Lutheran Church
Marvland Are. A 9th St. N.E.
J. Harold Mumper, S. T. M.. Pastor
Bible School. 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship, 11 A.M.
Subject: "Pur* Religion."
Evening Worship, 7:45 A.M.
Subject: 'The Nome of J**u»."
Young People's Societies,
6:45 P.M.
The Homelike Church
Church
of the
Reformation
Opposite Folger-Shakespeare Library
212 East Capitol Street
Dr. Oaear F. BlaekweMer. Falter.
Dr. John Weidley. Faster Emeriti*
Rev. Ralph W. Loew, Assistant Faster
8:30 a.m.—Matin Service. Sermon.
"Develeping a Freventative
Religion." Rev. Loew.
0:30 a.m.—Sunday School
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon.
"Mirren er Windows?”
Dr. Blackwelder.
fl-45 pm.—The Four Luther Leagues.
8:110 p.m.—Evening Worship. Sermon.
'"Education er Training far
a .lob?" Dr. Blackwelder.
THE FVBLffi IS CORDIALLY INVITED.
SERMONS ANNOUNCED
•Call of the Church’ Topic at
Mt. Zion, Betheada.
The Rev. C. A. Brubaker will apeak
on "The Call of the Church” at the
services at 10 a m. tomorrow at the
Mount Zion tBetheada* Church and
at 11:30 a m. at the Cedar Grove Bap
tist Church.
The Rev. Mr. Brubaker will speak
on "The Christian Life’’ at 3:30 p.m.
at the Toravilah Baptist Church.
iattltrran
Worship in This Charming Stone Churrh
CHRIST LUTHERAN
(MlSSOl’RI SYNOD)
16th and Gallatin Sts. N.W.
REV. J. FREDERIC WENCHEL. Faster.
9:45 am— Sundaw School.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon on Luther and
Wesley.
8:00 p.m.—Walther League Candle
Lighting Ceremony.
lEuamifltralanitifoformrd
CONCORDIA EVANGELICAL
201 b and G 8t«. N.W
REV. GHARI.ES ENRERS. .Fantor.
9:4ft a m—Bible School
PREACHING SERVICES.
10 00 a m.—German.
11.16 a.m.—English.
EVERYBODY WELCOME_
GRACE REFORMED 'oMUnd
HENRY H. RAXfK. D f> . Fnlor.
1 1 oo am — “The Sifnifleenee of the
Forty Dav«.*
9 40 a m.—Sunday School.
: on p in.—Younu People s Society.
ffiaptiflt
JUNE Month of
BRIDES and ROSES
A Series of Sermons:—
WITHIN THE...
'..WEDDING RING
by Thos. E. Boord*, Pastor
Anacostia Baptist Church
13th and W Streets S. E.
May 22, 29 :: at 8 P.M.
Euangfliatir (Cntlrr
The Full Gospel
TABERNACLE
915 Man. Arm. N.W.
0 a m.—Sunday School.
A Revival Nave la Frexreaa
Continue* All Next Week
Evangelist Shields
Speaking Each Week
Night at ' :4ft
Except Saturday.
Sunday. 11:00 and
; .10 o clock.
EVERYBODY INVITED.
B.' E. MAHAN, Pastor
Calbarj* (gospel
Cijurci)
"The White Church With
the Red Cross”
1911 H St. N.W.
REV. WALTER C. LONG,
Mini tier in Chmrf
Morning Worship—11 a.m.
Evangelistic Service—
7:30 p.m.
Sunday School—9:45 a.m.
Come ond Hear the Old-Time
Gospel Preached
Special Music
3fctztir?n?
FIRST CHURCH OF
THE HAZAREHE
Cor. 7th ond A Sts. N.E.
Rev. Joseph H. Smith
•t California.
• :00 a.m.—“The Naiarene Hear."
UOO Kc. Radio Station WFMD.
11KX) a.m.—Rev. Joseph H. Smith.
2:30 p.m.—Great Mass Meeting.
7:30 p.m.—Rev. Joseph H. Smith,
MV. C. t. KIYS, Paster
Etyrimopltii
Chester B. Clapp
taniar, May ft. 9 P.M.
Sun . «no P.M.—Christian Mystic Class.
Mantay. 8 n.m.—AstroU«v Class.
Fri., 8 P.M.—Aaiomaffc Class.
WASHINGTON LODGE T.S.
m» H 81. N.W.
Sunday, May *l'i, at 8:1ft F.M
“Necessity for Brotherhood ’
Questions Invited.
Wednesdays at 8:15 p.m—Study Class.
Library open Sunday and Wed., 7:30;
Sat., 1:30 to 4.
United Lodge of Theosophists
■ill Bid,.. 17th and f.y St«. N.W.
No Dues. Fees or Collections._
Uniufraaliat
UNIVERSAUST NATIONAL
MEMORIAL CHURCH
Cor. ltfth and S St*. N.W.
Bee. Frederic W. Perkins, D. D.
10:00—Church School
11:00—Service of Worship.
“The Scorner Who Sit*”
National Capital Choir
Jessie Masters. Dirertor
H. Jerome Graham. Organist
Unitarian
ALL SOULS'
CHURCH
16'imi Harvard •*
Minister
(Jlyntt C B Birrr*
OD
f* 4.S a m.—Church School
1 1 on a m.- Morning Worship.
“SAFEGUARDING THE HEART.”
JEpfarojial Epiartipal _
Washington Cathedral
Wisconsin and Massachusetts Avenues
and Woodier Road
Holy Communion 7:30 and 9:30 a m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11:00 a m. <
Preacher, Canon Jone.s.
Open-Air Service in the Cathe
dral Amphitheater 4 00 pm.
The massing of ’he Color*, under ’he
auspices of the D C Chapter of the
Military Order of the World War Ad
dress by the Hon. Fiorello K. La Guardia.
Mayor of New York City.
Sermon by the Rev. Dr. Z. B. Phillip*.
CHURCH OF ST. STEPHEN
AND THE INCARNATION j
Sixteenth and Newton Streets N.W. !
The Rev. Paul D. Wilbur. S. T. B.. Rector.
Holv Communion 7:30 am.
Church School 9.30 a m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11:00 a m.
Rogation Tuesday.
Holy Communion - 7:30 am.
Thursday.
Ascension War.
Holy Communion 7 :30 a.m.-l0:00 a m.
jEjjijjlfmui
1317 G Street N.W.
RF.V. 7. B. PHILLIPS. D. D.. LL. D.
REV. DUNCAN ERASER. B. A.
S-fin a m.—Holt Communion.
it 30 a m.—Church School.
l!:OOa m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by Dr. Phillips.
r» °.o p m — Young People s Fellowship
8:oo p.m.—E\ensong and Sermon by the
Rev. Mr. Fraser.
WASHINGTON GUILD FOR ACOLYTES
AND LAY READERS.
Annual Service. SI. Thomas Church,
18th St. N.W.
Ascension Dav. h p m Sermon by
Rectur. Rev. H. S. Wilkinson. D. I).
Rev. Enoch M. Thompson in Charge.
Clergy and Servers Come With Vestments.
THE NATIVITY AND RESURRECTION
PARISH. East Washington.
(Area defined and organization com
pleted under civil statute. 1037*. i
Rev. Enoch M. Thompson. Rector. i
Sundav. 7:30 10. 11. «. I
Ascension. 7. 10:30. He Lives. j
St. Paul’s Church
23rd St. Near Washington Circle
T:MO—Holy Communion,
t I .no—Euch.nst »nd Sermon
8:00—Evensong and Adoration.
g>atnt iWarfe’fi
“ON C APITOL HIM/'
Third and A Streets Southeast
REV. WILLIAM R. MOODY, Rector
7:30 am.—Holy Communion.
9 30 a.m —Church School.
1 1 oo a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by the Red or.
« 30 p m —Young People s Meet :ng
h 00 p.m.—Evening Praver and Sermon
by the Hector.
] 1:00 a m.—Thursday Holy Communion.
ST. JOHN’S, GEORGETOWN
3'HI O ST. N.W.
REV. F. BLAND TICKER, Rector.
7 30 a m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a m.—Church School.
1 1 oo a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
1:30 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Ascension Day.» Joim am. and * p m.
ROCK CREEK PARISH
REV. F. J. BOHAN AN. D. D
The Country Church In the City.
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
Webster St and Rock Creek Church Rd.
Services * 30 and 1 1 ;oo a m.
HOLY COMFORTER CHAPEL
Sheridan Theater 17 Georgia Ave
Ch. School. 9 am Morn Service, loam.
ST. JAMES’CHURCH
!»»? 8th St. N.F.—Tel. Atl. 171ft.
THU REV. A. Q. PLANK.
Sunday Masses. 7 :.'$0 and 11 Church
School at O.tto am Vesper* 7 :.'*«• pm
Daily Mass. 7 am: Holy Hour. Thurs.
8 pm. Confessions. Sat.. 7-!» pm.
All Souls’ Memorial Church
Cathedral and Conn Ave*. S'W
Rev. H. If. I> STFRRFTT. Rector.
a m -- Sunday School.
1 1 :«m» a m.—Momma Prayer and Sermon
SAINT JOHN’S CHURCH
16th and H Streets
8 00 a m. — Holy Communion.
8 .‘to a.m.- Mornim? Prayer and Sermon
by Rev Mr. White
11:00 a.m.— Mormns Prayer and Sermon
bv R( \ Mr. WhitP
8.00 p.m.— Evenmsr Prayer and Ser
mon by Rev Mr. White
ST. AGNES’ CHURCH
Ift One Street N.W.
Rev. Albert .1. IKihois. Rector.
Sunday Masses 7 and II AM
8PM Fvensonc and Benediction
■)aily Mass. 7 a m . ’2nd Mass Thurs.. 0..10
baptist
laptist
CENTENNIAL i
7th and I Street* N.F..
Wilton Holder,
Pastor.
9:30 a m.—Bible School.
11:00 a m —“The Tree of Life.”
6 :45 p.m.—B. T. U.
8:00 p.m.—“Sin: Fact or Phantasy?”
Radio, WOL, 8:30 am.
Thursday Eve. at 8 p.m.—Prayer
and Bible study.
Prayer for the Sick at Every
Service.
Maryland Avenue
14th and Md. Ave. N.E.
W. A. Emmant. Pastor
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.
B. Y. P. U.. 7 p.m.
11:00 A.M.—
“Goodness or Godliness.”
S:0« P.M.
“Possessions Which Cannot Be I-ost."
Broadcast at 8:30 a m. over WOL
v B . I Cruriflrd.
We Preach l Ki,en.
Christ \ Cominr Atain.
DCTU7ADTU 3th and Randolph St*.
1X1 Wl/K III Rev. H. J. Smith.
]l:OOa m.—Sermon by Pastor. "Puttlnr
Away Oar Spiritual Tins.'
8:00 p.m.—Sermon and Sontt Service
"Bnvinr Blind—Do You Do
It."
0:30 a.m—S S. Classes for All.
0:4ft a m.—Yaden Bible Class
Philium Baptist S. S.. 33111 North Capitol.
Como to Theae Service*.
KENDALL *‘h N,,vr AT*
Len Franklin Stevens. Minister.
0:40 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Worship Service,
s nnp.m.—Worship Service.
SECOND
13 lb and East Canitol St*.
Rev. H. M. H. Jane*. D. D.. Pastor.
0 30 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—“Facinr Our Taak
8:00 p.m.—‘‘The Right Stand.’
A Welcome to All.
TEMPLE n. w.
MINISTER. RANDOLPH L. C.REC.ORY,
0:30 a.m.—Church School
11:00 a.m.—‘‘.lohn Wealer.'
8 00p.m.—"Behind Closed Door*.*
METROPOLITAN
Sixth and A Sts. VF.
JOHN COMPTON BALL, D.D.
Morning at Eleven
“WE BAPTISTS”
Evening at Seven Forty-Five
“RICHES OF CHRIST”
Hymns used in the Southern Convention
will be sung by choir and congrega
tion
WHICH IS THE GREATEST HYMN OF
THE SOUTHLAND? COME. SING AND
DECIDE
.to- -Church Bible School, rt 15—Four
Societies of Young People 7.15—Songs
and sermon. Service closing with
BAPTISMS
Attend the Church That Glows, Goes
and Grows (ontinuallv.
IF LATE CALL A TAXI.
FIFTH1 N>a : h "
I II * 1 I Dr .V. E. Briggs. Factor
1 1 OO a m—“Thing* to Think About.”
7:45p.m.—Ex-Congressman Up sh aw
editor, author and mspirer
of youth. will speak on
“Business and Religion."
S S 0 fto a m—Dr Brices will tes^h
the Berea Class and Mr. Sandridce the
Baracas.
B. T. TJ., R no p m —Bring One. Win One.
Monday s p.m.. Deacons' Meeting
Tuesdav 7 pm.. Monthly B T U Council
Wed . R pm. Monthly S. S Council.
Dr. Briars’ ‘!!*th Anniversary June 5th.
T A If AM A Pinev Branrh Road and
IAMJMA tvarn Street VW.
11 on a m —"The Work of the Ministry.
: a.in.—"Be Not Received
William E. 1* R»r. P»‘"r'
GRACE
nth and South Carolina Are S I.
PASTOR F. JOHNSON.
P .to a m—Bible School Classes for all.
Rev. F. W. Johnson. Preachin*.
SERMON TOPICS
11:00 a m—“What Have You ’
7 45 n m —"Meet Two Men 4 on Know.
6:45 p.m.—B. Y P U. <3 *roups*
Church Prayer Meet in* Thursday at a.
Worship With l’».
WEST WASHINGTON
:tfst and N Streets VW.
CHARLES B. AUSTIN. Pastor.
Worship. 11:00 am. and s on pm._
“CHEVY CHASE
Western Ave. W. of Circle.
Rew. Edward O. Clark. Pantor.
0:41a.m.—Sunday School Session
11:00 a m.—“John W’eslev and His AI
dersgate Experience.
8:00 p.m.—Illustrated lecture bv Dr
\y j Slv. “Trumpet \oicea
of Peaee.”
Rational Paptist iWemorial
16th and Columbia Road N.W.
Gove G. Johnson, Pastor. A. Lincoln Smith, Assistant Pastor.
11 am—“HOW THE HEART OF JOHN WESLEY WAR WARMED.”
g pm_“THE GREAT ADVENTURE OF BEING A CHRISTIAN.”
Oirl Reserve Glee Club. Preaching by Pastor.
Bible School. 9:30; B. Y. P. U.. 6:45.
Mid-Week Service Thursday Evening at 6.
F i p f T 16th ond 0 Streets N.W.
I IV d I Edward Hughes Pruden, Pastor
11a.m.—“Spiritual Radiance.”
8 p.m.—“The Art af Holding On.”
Come to Sunday School, 9:30 am.: B. Y. P. U.. 6:45 p.m.;
Swedish Services, 3:30 p.m., Dr. K. E. Carlson.
■ uni f a *J\r R. I. Art. and 2nd St. N.W. M. P. t.Ettmnw. nmmn.
KK I rlAlN I 11:00 a.m.—'"A Friend In Ihe Rarkaroand."
UlJ M * N * S;00 p m __..The Wiu t„ win."
The Steeenann Blhle Claaa Inaltea Ton to Hear
SENATOR M. M tOOAN. an tarneot Emoaltlon of Bible Troth*._
tfT alii 8th and H Sts. N.W.
VUaiUtU^ w s. ABERNETHY, Minister.
11 a m—“BUNCH YOUR TORCHES.”
8 p.m —“JOHN WESLEY’S CONTRIBUTION TO CHRISTIAN FROG
RESS.”
9:30 a'm—Sunday School. 11:00 am—Junior Church.
8, 6 and 6:45 p.m—Young People* Groups.
7:45 p.m.—Organ Recital— Thomas Mors.

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