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West Point Cadets
Will Sing Tomorrow
At the Cathedral
The Cadet Chapel Choir of the
United States* Military Academy at
West Point, N. Y„ will sing at 11
a.m. tomorrow in Washington
Cathedral, directed by Frederick C.
Mayer. The preacher will be the Rev.
Dr. J. Clemens Kolb, chaplain and
Boardman lecturer at the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania.
Holy communion is at 7:30 a.m.;
holy communion in the Bethlehem
Chapel 9:30 a.m., and evensong at
4 p.m. Canon George J. Cleave
land will preach in the afternoon.
At this service and at 11 o'clock the
flag of the State of Tennessee will
be carried in the procession and
special prayers offered for that
State.
Beginning tomorrow depots for the
collection of canned foods, clothing,
and money for the purchase of ex
portable foodstuffs, will be main
tained at all entrances to the
Cathedral,
Church of the Epiphany
The feature of the Sunday morn
ing service at the Church of the
Epiphany will be the repitition of the
special music of Easter Day under
the general direction of Adolf
Torovsky, organist and choirmaster
of the church. Dr. C. W. Sheerin
will preach on “Christian Morality
and the Resurrection.” At 8 p.m.,
the music from last Sunday night
will be repeated and the rector
will preach on “Easter Doubts and
Easter Joys.”
Businessmen^ Croup
Plans Spiritual Meets
Four mass meetings at Consti
tution Hall and Uline Arena, with
more than 60 additional meetings
during the period, May 12-19, will
feature the National Fellowship for
Spiritual Awakening program to be
held here under the auspices of
the interdenominational Christian
Businessmen’s Committee. In addi
tion there will be broadcasts over
all the local radio stations.
Among the visiting speakers will
be Dr. Walter Wilson, Kansas City,
Mo.; Reamer G. Loomis, Chicago
business executive; Horace Dean,
Philadelphia, director of Christ for
America Crusade; Evangelist John
R. Rice, Wheaton, 111.; Dr. John
E. Brown, president John Brown
Schools, Siloam Springs, Ark.; Dr.
R. A. Forrest, president Toccoa
Falls <Ga.) Institute, and Dr. Clin
ton H. Churchill, president Na
tional Religious Broadcasters.
Evangelist Dale Crowley, Wash
ington’s radio minister, is general
chairman.
Christian Youth Forum
The Washington Federation of
Christian Youth will sponsor a
public fourm in the interest of
the United Nations at 8 p.m., May
5, at Covenant-First Presbyterian
Church. Representative Walter
Judd, of Minnesota, will be the
main speaker and his theme will be
“Christian Youth and the United
Nations.” Dr. Herbert J. Abraham
of the State Department, who at
tended the United Nations meet
ing in London, will also speak. There
will be an open forum period.
Young people from the Protestant
churches and' students from Howard
and American Universities will par
ticipate.
Susan Peters Has Film Role
By Sheilah Graham
HOLLYWOOD.
Susan Peters is returning to pic
tures! She will play a part for
Mervyan Le Roy and Frany Ross
in “Tlie Robe.” That's good news
to all of Susie’s friends. ... In spite
of all the difficulties Howard Hughes
is having with "The Outlaw,” he
is planning a sequel to it and will
again team Jane Russell and Jack
Buetel. Jack gets out of the Navy
in May and. for my money, I pre
ferred him to Jane in the picture.
. . . Eve Arden wants to adopt an
other child, but has to wait until
she can find a larger house. And
that’s harder than finding another
baby.... Joe E. Brown’s 15-year-old
daughter Mary has to have another
operation—which she hopes is the
MacArthur
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ing drama. And no drama can come
to full life when the meanings of its
lines are clouded in an over
emphasis on rhythm that approaches
the sing-song.
There are some performances
that avoid this pitfall in the Cue
and Curtain production, of course,
most notably Andrew Lantz’s Rich
ard III, though he does permit that
murderous pretender’s cunning to
seem less evil that comic craftiness
at moments. Others against whom
no complaint can be lodged are
Juanita Keene, Sarah Cranmer,
Bob Cordell, Margaret Pry, Jane
Drew and Mimi Branson.
* * * *
Tonight’s play: The Montgomery
Players, the Chevy Chase-Bethesda
theater group now in its 17th season,
presents Noel Coward’s “Blithe
Spirit” this evening at 8:30 at the
Leland Junior High School audi
torium. The cast includes Col.
Lloyd Marr, Isabel Pearse, Eliza
beth Nelson, J. Burke Knapp, Janice
Stevens, Clare Hill and Priscilla
Dean.
T T T
An actress of professional stature
has been called out of her retire
ment from stage life to play a lead
ing role in the Alexandria Little
Theater’s production of “Angel
Street,” scheduled for the nights of
May 16 and 17 at the George Wash
ington High School in the nearby
Alexandria city. She is Mary True
Allen, whose first theater experience
was with the Northampton Players,
where she appeared with Jesse Bon
stelle and an actor named William
Powell, who now has something to
do with the movies. Later She ap
peared on Broadway with James K.
Hackett in “The Rise of Silas Lap
.iam” and in several Theater Guild
productions.
Charles Seovell, who plays the de
tective in the thriller, got his start
with the Pittsburgh Playhouse, play
,ng in a musical with Gene Keliy,
who is known to a lot of Washing
tonians as a nice guy in a Navy
uniform as well as a dancing star of
the films. The play, you no doubt
recall, was in Washington a few
years ago with Sylvia Sidney and
Victor Jory in leading roles and later
became a motion picture called “Gas
light.” Tickets for this pending
production may be ordered by ad
dressing the Alexandria Little
Theater, 500 Russell road, Alex
ndria, Va.
* A A a
Next week: S. N. Behrman’s “No
Time for Comedy’ will be presented
Monday and Tuesday nights at the
Gafritz Auditorium, Sixteenth and
Q streets N.W., by the Drama Work
shop of the Jewish Community Cen
ter. The cast includes Frances
Smiler, Jack Schnider, Jo Oberly,
„ David Kayson, Richard Berger and
Adele Gladstone.
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Stage.
National—"The Two Mrs. Car
rolls”: 2:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Screen.
Capitol—“Whistle Stop”: 11 am.,
1:45, 4:30, 7:15, 10 pm. and 12:40
am. Stage shows: 1, 3:45, 6:30, 9:15
and 12 p.m.
Columbia—“The Virginian”: 11:30
a.m., 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30
p.m.
Earle—“Bandit of Sherwood For
est”: 11 a.m., 1:15, 3:35, 5:40, 7:45,
9:55 and 11:45 pm.
Hippodrome — “Grand Illusion’:
2:10, 5:25 and 8:35 p.m.
Keith’s—“Spiral Staircase”: 11:15
am., 1:05, 3, 4:50, 6:45, 8:35, 10:25
pm. and 12:20 a.m.
Little—“Prisoner of Zenda”: 11:20
a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:40 and 9:45
pm.
Metropolitan—“Saratoga Trunk' :
,11:35 a.m., 2:35, 5:30, 8:30 and 11:30
p.m.
' Palace—“Ziegfeld Follies”: 11:30
am., 1:40, 3:50, 6, 8:10, 10:20 p.m.
and 12:30 am.
Pix—“Barbary Coast”: l:io, 4,
7:05, 10:05 p.m. and 1 a.m.
Trans-Lux—News and shorts.
Continuous from 10 am.
last—to restore full use of her leg
injured in an auto accident last
May. Her daddy is currently knock
ing theater audiences for a loop in
the Coast presentation of "Harvey.”
Every one here is amazed that
Hedy Lamarr did not have her
valuables insured. Accounts of the
recent robbery at her home vary in
the amount lost from *20,000 to
$90,000. It was only last year that
her agent had words with Hedy im
ploring her to insure her jewels and
furs. She wouldn't because she
thought the premiums w-ere too
high! Her biggest loss, next to the
' chincilla fur coat, was the big dia
mond solitaire.
* * * *
I happened to be at Luceys’ Res
taurant when the recent fire broke
out in the kitchen and the first per
son I bumped into was Lawrence
("Dillinger”) Tierney. As we left the
restaurant, he said, bitterly, "I’ll be
blamed for this!” He wasn't. But
here's*-a word of advice to Steve
Crane, who owns Lucey’s. The place
is beginning to look like Grand Cen
tral Station—i.e, too many people.
The place is now jammed with sight
seers who want to see the stars, di
rectors, etc., who go there for lunch.
And the stars are complaining. Next
thing they won’t be coming. And
| that means no more sightseers.
There is a happy medium some
w’here.
Laraine Day tells me that she had
her eye on the little girl she has
just adopted—Melinda Michele—
"for the past two years.” The child
is now three and is thrilled to live
with Laraine and six-month-old
Christopher, recently adopted by
the actress and her husband. The
number of homeless people now liv
ing with Laraine has increased
from seven to 10. This is really quite
a girl.
* * * *
Brian Aherne is expecting his
brother Pat, star of silent British
pictures, to join him at his Indio
ranch. "He hasn't been in America
since 1934," Brian tells me, “and
he's coming here to sit in the sun
and eat and loaf. He says he hasn’t
had a square meal since 1939.”
Brian’s sinus, very painful during
his tour in Europe during the war,
is now- somewhat better. An opera
tion helped.
Martha Scott’s mate, Carlton Al
sop, from W'hom she is now sepa
rated, was heard by this reporter
bemoaning their rift, and saying,
“if only we hadn't sold our house
here in the valley, I think we would
still be together today.” Martha is
now in New York, in "The Voice of
the Turtle,” with John Beal. . .
And that reminds me, it will be
some months before Joe Cotten goes
to England to co-star with Mar
garet Sullavan in the same play,
which she originated in New? York.
First of all he has a date in Holly
wood in "Katie for Congress” with
Loretta Young.
Shirley Temple being cute about
her husband, John Agar, becoming
a movie actor. "I didn’t make the
tests with him,” she tells me, “be
cause I wanted hitn to feel that
ne did it all by himself, and that I
had nothing to do with it.” Only a
few w'eeks ago Shirley was assuring
me that her hubby had no intention
of becoming a movie star, and when
I chide her on this she replies, “I
didn't want any one to know’ he
was testing, in case he failed.” Well
okay. Shirley.
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Covenant Baptists
iTo Erect Building
| Plans are under way for the erec
j tion of the Covenant Baptist Church
at the corner of South Capitol and
Xenia streets, in the Washington
I Highlands area.
An option has been taken on the
j site and a drive to raise $10,000 will
be launched in the fall. The option
was taken by the District of Colum
bia Baptist Convention.
The Rev. Harry How is the pastor
of the congregation, which is now
meeting at 126 Yuma street S.E.
Chevy Chase Church
The Rev. Donald L, Leonard, as
sistant minister of the Chevy; Chase
Presbyterian Church, will breach
Sunday morning on "Exceediig His
Grasp.” f
Under the auspices of the Young
Adult Fellowship, Special Agent Ed
Mason of the FBI will speak at
the Industrial Home on Wisconsin
avenue at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, giv
ing an account of the FBI’s receht
capture of an escaped criminal. The
Young Adults Fellowship has been
sponsoring a program of entertain
ment at the Industrial Home every
Tuesday evening for a number of
weeks.
Luther Rice Memorial
The Rev. Luther J. Holcomb,
pastor of the Luther Rice Memorial
Baptist Church, is engaged in a
revival meeting at the Ensley Bap
tist Church, Birmingham, Ala. In
his absence, Dr. W. Dewey Moore,
missionary to Italy, will preach at
9:45 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. tomor
row. Mr. Holcomb will return in
time for the services May 5.
Building Fund Drive
The North Washington Highlands
Baptist Church Is planning a build
ing fund drive for the first two
weeks in May. The full amount of
$17,000 pledged during the first
drive has been paid. The Rev. T.
D. King, of the Northern Baptist
Convention will lead the campaign.
A dinner for both groups of the
church will be served at Stansbury
Hall on May 9, when the drive will
be inaugurated. The amount be
ing sought is $35,000.
K. C. Annual Mass
The annual mass and breakfast
of the District Knights of Columbus
| will be held at 8 a.m. May 5 at
St. Patrick's Church. Breakfast will
follow at the K. of C. Club, 918
Tenth street N.W.
Two Crippled Children
Are Poster Winners
A crippled boy and girl, both stu
dents at Chamberlain Vocational
| School, won first and third prizes in
a city-wide poster contest for an
Easter seal design, the District of
Columbia Society for Crippled Chil
dren announced today.
The three winning posters were
sent today to Chicago, where the
National Society for Crippled Chil
dren will select the Easter seal for
its 1948 campaign from entries sub
mitted by high school students in
all parts of the country.
Armand Michaud, 18, of 1605 East
avenue N.E. won first prize of $50
for a design picturing a crippled boy
swinging on a crescent moon and
looking at a distant star. A hip
operation shortened one of his legs
when he was a small boy.
Second prize of $25 wfe’nt to Janis
Go fie, 15, of 2625 Third street N.E.,
McKinley High School student. Mae
Meile, 16, of 1400 Good Hope road
S.E., crippled by infantile paralysis,
won third prize of $15.
Receiving honorable mention were
John W. Coleman, 16, 1010 Twenty
sixth street N.W., and John A.
Brown, 15, 1118 Eighth street N.E.,
both of Dunbar High School, and
Betty Jean Atteberg, 14, of 1322
Twenty-eighth street N.E., Anacos
tia High School student.
Contest judges were Mme. Lillian
Evanti, Mrs. James Waldo Fawcett,
Mrs. Hilda von Stockum and Mrs.
W. W. Coblentz. The seal is se
lected two years in advance to pro
vide time for printing and national
distribution in the campaign for
crippled children conducted each
year before Easter.
Red Cross tos Assist
Gl Families Abroad
Wives and children of GIs in the
occupation forces arriving in Europe
will be benefited by a program an
nounced today by Basil O'Connor,
American Red Cross national chair
man.
Five hundred American wives and
children, due to arrive in Bremer -
haven aboard the transport Barry
tomorrow, will be the first to receive
benefits of the new program. They
will be met at the dock by Red
Cross clubmobiles and be served re
freshments.
Other services, similar to those
provided through local chapters of
the American Red Cross in the
United States, will be available to
the GI families.
COMING, MAY 12th!
SAM MORRIS
One of the Moat Dynamic Oratora
On Platform and Radio
Presided Truman said: "We need an Isaiah or a Paul."
SAM MORRIS has the fearlessness of Isaiah, and tha
courage of Paul.—
•A Preacher of Righteoumete You’ll Never Forget
ONE DAY ONLY!
MAY 12, 3:00 P.M.
CONSTITUTION HALL
Dale Crowley says: "I have known SAM MORRIS inti*
mately for 15 years, and consider it a rare privilege to
have him here as the opening day speaker in our SPIRIT
UAL AWAKENING MEETINGS, May 12-19."
Other speakers will include nationally known radio
preachers, educators, scientists, business executives and
evangelists.
"Pray for a Nation-wide Revival to begin at our Nation's
Capital."
"If my people which are called by my name shall humble
themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from
their wicked ways: then will I hear from heaven, and will
forgive their sin, and will hear their land. (2 Chron. 7:14).
Christian Businessmen's Committee, Sponsors
Special Church Announcements
Ebenezer Methodist—The 108th
anniversary sermon will be preached
at 11 a.m. by Dr. S. C. Briggs, dis
trict superintendent, and at 8 p.m.
by Evangelist Dale Crowley.
John Wesley A. M. E. Z.—Dr. A.
A. Crooke will preach at 11 a.m.
and 8 p.m.
Chevy Chase Baptist—Mrs. Dor
othy Coe will give harp memorial
selections at 11 a.m.
Methodist Home—A spring anni
versary tea will be held at the home,
4901 Connecticut avenue N.W., from
2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Chevy Chase Methodist—The Fel
lowship Class will present "Burnt
Cork Minstrels” at the Leland Jun
ior High School at 8 p.m. Thursday.
Miles Memorial C. M. E.—A testi
monial banquet for the Right Rev.
Bishop Charles L. Russeil will be
held at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Albright Memorial—In the Sunday
school at 9:45 a.m. tomorrow the
program for the 20th anniversary
observance of the church will be
presented. A mothers’ tea will be
held Friday by the Friendship Circle.
Universalist Memorial—A. Clarke
Slaymaker, food sanitarian at the
Alexandria Public Health Service,
will speak on “Present Day Public
Sanitation” before the adult class
at 10 a.m.
Trinity Methodist—Frank P. Kim
well, local preacher, will speak on
“Father and Son” at 7:30 p.m. The
American University Chorus will
present a program at 8:30 pm.
Thursday.
First Divine Science—Services are
now being held Sunday mornings
and Thursday night at 2437 Fifteenth
street N.W.
Lincoln Congregational — Claude
Yoking will lead the Men's Brother
hood at 10:15 am. in discussing
"Gathering Up the Fragments.”
Florida Avenue Baptist—Dr. F. D.
Whitby, psychiatrist, will address
the Men's Club at 8 pm. tomorrow
on “All Living Things Emerged
From the Womb of Death.”
St. Stephen and the Incarnation—
Dr. John Gayner Banks, editor of
Sharing Magazine and director of
the Fellowship of St. Luke, San
Diego, Calif., will conduct a mission
of spiritual therapy beginning at
7:30 p.m. May 5. The schedule will
include: “Healing,” “Pastoral Psy
chology” and "Psychosomatic Med
icine.” All are welcome.
Ninth Street Christian — The
Cloister Choif of Mount Vernon
Methodist will present a program
at 8 p.m.
Temple Bnai Jacob—The Adult In
stitute will be resumed at 8:30 p.m.
Monday.
Saints Constantine and Helen
Greek Orthodox—There will be cele
bration of high mass and doxology
tomorrow in commemoration of the
patron saint of King George II of
Greece. The Rev. Thomas Daniels,
rector, will speak on “The History
and Accomplishments of the Royal
Family of Greece.”
Church of Two Worlds—Wednes
day evening services, which have
been discontinued for the past two
weeks due to moving the church to
1010 Seventeenth street N.W., will be
resumed next week.
Finnish Services—A service in the
IBibles
In All Versions
Testaments and Prayer Books
Pulpit Bibles for Memorials
Hallmark h Norcrois Greetlnt Cards
Purseirs Book Store
807 G St. N.W.
DIst. 1541 Eat. 1865
"GREAT MUSIC OF
THE CHURCH"
PRESENTED BY
NEW YORK AVE. PRESBY.
CHURCH CHOIR
(160 Voices)
Robert Nicholson, Baritone
Wm. Watkins, Organist
24-Pc. Notional Symphony Orch.
Charles Dana Beaschler, Conductor
Thursday, May 9th, 8:30 P.M.
CONSTITUTION HALL
SPONSORED BY
ST. ANDREW’S (Scottish) SOCIETY
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
OVERSEAS RELIEF
COMMITTEE of the
WASH. FED. OF CHURCHES
Tickets: 60c, $1.20, $1.80 (incl. tax) at
N. Y. Ave. Presby. Church, NA. 0175; Wm.
H. Young, 218 Bond Bldg., Dl. 6065, and
Washington Federation of Churches, 1751
N Street N.W., DE. 3132.
The Public Is Cordially Invited
To Hear Special Bible Subjects by
Evangelist Waldrep Johnson
Jacksonville, Florida
April 28—11 A M.—"Worshiping Out of the Overflow"
April 28— 7 P.M.—"Cevenant by Sacrifice"
April 29— 8 P.M.—"Servants of Whom Ye Obey"
April 30— 8 P.M.—"Take Heed lest Ye Foil"
May 1— 8 P.M.—"At Ease in Zion"
May 2— 8 P.M.—"Where Is the Lord God of Elijah?"
Moy 3— o P.M.— Paul s Answer to King Agrippa
May 4— 8 P.M —"To Whom Shall We Go?"
May 5—11 A M.—"Faithful Unto Death"
May 5— 3 P.M.—"The Christian"
May 5— 7 P.M.—"Our Soviour's Invitation"
All Services In Lee Room, George Mason Hotel
ALEXANDRIA CHURCH OF CHRIST
REV. THEODORE ELSNER
Philadelphia, Penntlyvania, Addressing
WASHINGTON YOUTH FOR CHRIST
Tonight—7:30 P.M.
613 C Street N.W.—Central Union Mission
a; L Song Leader—K?n Davey
> vSpoeial Music by Grace Baptist 6irls' Trio
y s'-fc - *
Blftif QWZ BROADCAST'—WWDC, 7:00 P.M.
Conducted by Washington's Radio Minister, Evangelist Dale Crowley
Contestants—BIBLE QUIZ KIDS
"Get the Right Start for the Day"—Tune in Daily, 6:45 for
Morning Devotions
SUNDAY
'’JOAM.—Bible Closs for Serviceers—Comdr D. A. Seiler.
00 A.M.—Worship Service for Serviceers—Lt. Comdr. Wm. Oncken
d :00 P.M.—Evening Gospel Service—Rev. Herbert E. Eberhardt, Supf.
Color Motion Pictures each Tuesday. Bible Study each Thursday.
Your Devotion to the Month of the Blessed
Mother Can be Carried Out by Attending
DAILY MASS
12:10
SAINT MATTHEW'S CATHEDRAL
Rhode Island Avenue off Connecticut Avenue
Special Music on Tuesdays and Thursdays
May Hymns by Miss Hazel Arth
Organist: Mr. Malton Boyce
DAILY ADORATION
EXPOSITION
of the
Most Blessed Sacrament
£&
Every Weekday From 12 Noon to 5:30 P.M.
(Until June 28)
M
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
10th & G Sts. N.W.

Daily Masses—7, 7:30, 8
SUNDAY MASSES
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 12:15
Solemn Mass at 10 A.M. Music by St. Patrick's Choir.
Finnish language Will be held at
Luther Place Memorial at 3 p.m.
tomorrow. The personal representa
tives of Bishop A. Lehtonen of Fin
land, the Rev. Verner Jturola and
the Rev. H. Virkkunan, will be the
guest speakers.
Mount Pleasant Congregational—
A memorial concert in memory of
Norton M. Little, former choir di
rector, will be held Thursday eve
ning.
National Baptist Memorial—Mrs.
J. O. Clark of Magoffin Institute in
Kentucky and Miss Elsie Larsen,
missionary from South India, will
address the Woman’s Society at
10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Dr. J. R.
Center of Religious Education
Will Meet at
1443 Chapin Street N.W.
Sunday. April ‘28. and 8 P.M.
James W. McGuire
"The Plan and the Planet"
JOSEPH GOSS COWELL
"Beauty of Being Aware"
Weekly Classes at Usual Places.
NOW IN PROGRESS
EVANGELISTIC
SERVICE
Rev. W.W.TINK
Tenor Soloist and Evangelist
Service Nightly (Except
Saturdays), 7:30 P.M.
All Are Invited!
REV. ERNEST E.
43ROSSE
Minister
First Church of The Nazarene
7th and A Sts. N.E.
GOD DOES CHASTISE
Hebrews 12:11
Now no chast
ening for the
present seemeth
to be joyous, but
grievous; never
theless after
ward it yieldeth
the peaceable
fruit of right
eousness untoi
them w hich are I
exercised there
by.
Many a back'
slider has re-1
turned to God
Rev. Billington g
while under sickness and with sor
row in their heart. Many an un
saved man has promised God he
would be a Christian when the
open casket w as in his home.
We publish a weekly paper, send
for copy. Also send for copy of Five
Things Every Person Ought to
Know.
Rev. Dallas F. Billington
2312 Manchester Road
Akron 14, Ohio
“THE HOLY BIBLE
OH TRIAL”
Timely Sermon
Sunday
7:30 P.M.
Sound
Pictures
and
Special
| Music
GEO. S. RAPP, Minister
Capital-Memorial
Church *
at 5th and F Sts. N.W.
"Good News"
Every Sunday Morning
at 10:00, WOL
SPECIAL SERVICES
CONCLUDE AT
THE NATIONAL
TABERNACLE
6440 Piney Branch Rd. N.W.
(AT GEORGIA AVE >
Rev. De Loss M. Scott, Minister
Rev. De Loss M. Scott
The
Evangelistic
Team
9:45 A M, Bible School
1 1 :00 A M, Morning Worship
Speaker, Rev. Ernest
Woodhouse
7:45 P.M, Evangelistic Service
Speaker, Rev. David Clifford
Wednesday Evening, 8:00 P.M.
Prayer, praise and bible study.
Conducted by the pastor—■
Friday Evening, 8:00 P.M.
Young People's Service
You Are Always Welcome at
The National Tabernacle
ffilittr (Enrgfl
The White Cross
Church of Christ
1365 Perr.v PI. N.W.
Rev. Jane B. Coates
Midweek Prayer and
Message Services
May 8. 8:15 P.M.
Promptly
Messages limited to
First 15 Present
For the Present.
Consultations by Appt. Only. CO. 6227.*
Swami
Premananda
oi India
Sunday
at 11 A.M.
"Transcendental
Beauty"
Public Class in
Philosophy and Yoga
Wednesday. May 1,
at 8 P.M.
SELr -REALIZATION FELLOWSHIP
(Non-Sectarimi Churchl
4748 Western Avenue N.W.
(N-2 Bus ta Chesapeake and 49th Sts.)
Andrus, former missionary to
Burma, will address the Evening
Mission Club at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Augustana Lutheran — At the
special post-Easter service tomorrow
Dr. Arthur O. Hjelm will preach on
"The Reviving Power of Christ’s
Resurrection.’’ ^candle-light service
will be held at 7:30 p.m.
REVIVAL SERVICES
At Pentecostal Church
Vienna, Va.
With Evangelist Harold Cola and Wife
Beginning? Sunday, April *18. at 8:00
p.m., continuing through May 11
Everybody Welcome
Rev. Clyde Lee. Pastor.
Nfm 3Jmraal?m
(8»edenborfi*n)
The Church of the Holy City
Itith St. Above Q N.W.
Rev. William F. Wunsch. Minister
10.00 a.m —Church School.
10:15a.m.—Adult Bible Class.
11:00a.m.—Morning Worship. "What Use
Is Knowledge of Another World?”
8:00 p m.—Study Circle._
(SuHprl QUjaprlfi
CHILLUM HEIGHTS
New Hamp. Are. at McDonald PI. N.E.
(End of Chlllum Bus Route.)
10:00 a.m.—Sunday School and
Adult Bible Class.
11:00 a.m.—Worship Service.
7:30 p.m.—Evangelistic Service.
Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study.
WELCOME.
14th & Pa. Ave. S.E.
9:45 a m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a m.—Worship Meeting.
7:45 p.m.—Evangelistic Meeting.
Wed., 7:45 p.m.—Prayer. Bible Study.
Fri., 7 00 p.m.—-Children’s Hour.
8:00 p.m.—Young People.
(HljrtHtian & UltBHumary
_Alltancp
Christian and Missionary
Alliance
Washington Gospel Tabernacle
5714 Georgia Ave. N.W.
REV. GEORGE JONES, Pastor
P:45 a m—Sunday School. „
10:45 am.—Morning Service. Subject:
"Foundation Stones of
Stewardship." The instal
lation of new officers of
the Sunday School and
Church will be a part of
the morning service.
rt:30p.m.—Young Peoples Meeting.
7:30 p m.—Evening Service. Subpect:
‘’When Jesus Marvelled.’
ALL ARE WELCOME.
fcrutlf (Emtrr
A TRUTH CENTER
MRS. APPLETON. Leader.
J713 K Street N.W.
Sunday. 11 a.m.—
•Who Gives to Tou. and What?”
Tuesdays. 8:15 p.m.—Bible interpreta
tions.
Interviews Tuesdays. Wednesday*,
Thursdays, 2 to 6. Thursdays. 6 to 9.
by appointment.•
i3inine fbtltntt
Vs*.. 1«!
First Divine Science Clwirch
New Location
•AMERICAN LEGION MANSION
2437 15th Street N.W.
11 O'clock
LESSON-SERMON
"SHALL WE LIVE AGAIN?"
Rev. Grace L. Faus. Minister
Thursday 8 P M. Spirt of Prayer
Rev. Addie Rea Peoples
^IStfrttal •
ETHICAL SOCIETY,
619 D St. S.E., West Wing
Sunday, April 28, at 11:1ft a m.
Speaker: JOHN J. HORWITZ.
“How Does Freedom of Expression
\ Advance Human Weffare?”
Children and Youth Groups.
Everyone Welcome.
iJfpbrpro-flitfrtHttan
3Fpllomgl|ty
You will hear Scripturp truths whpn
you visit and WORSHIP WITH. US
Friday, May 3—8:00 P.M.
“The Answer Stili Remains—
Christ!”
J. H. BUCKNER
Hebrew Christian Fellowship
1200 Kirby Street N.W.
One block east of New Jersey and
New York Aves.
Our Work tj Dedicated to the
Glory of God
J. H. Buckner, Director, Box 4821
Sfattfigrlarian
GOSPEL TEMPLE
OF WASHINGTON
4209 9th St. N.W.
(Georgia Ate. and Upshur St.)
Gospel News Hour
WWDC, Sunday, 8:30 A.M.
9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 o.m.—"Being Filled With
the Fruits of Righteousness."
6:00 p.m—Testimony Service.
6:45 p.m.—Y oung People's
Service.
7:45 p.m.—"Let This Mind Be
In You."
8:00 p.m. Friday—
Youth Rally.
A Cordial Welcome Awaits You
United iCo&gr nf <•
Sunday. April 28, 8:15 P.M.
"The Importance of Dreoms"
Wed., 8:15 P.M., Study Class: Room
open Wed. and Sun. at 7:30 P.M..
Sat.; 1:30 to 4 P.M.
United Lodge of Theosophists
Hill Bldg., 17th and Eye Sts. N.W.
No Dues. Fees or Collections.
tilljpflfiflpljtral &nmty
_in Wafiltingtnn
THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
1216 H Street N.W.
Sunday, April 28. 8:00 P.M.
‘THfcMUSIC OF CHINA’
Third Annual Lecture on the music of
primitive peoples and ancient cultures, il
lustrated with rate instruments, record
ings of religious and folk music, and visual
material from the lecturer’s collection.
By CHARLES HOFMAN.
Music Authority. Lecturer and Author.
New York Citv
_Study Classes as Usual_
ARLINGTON
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
at the
Washington-Lee High School
SATURDAY, APRIL 27
7:45 P.M.
Hear
ANDREW TELFORD
PHILADELPHIA
GREAT YOUTH RALLY
£uattij?itral atti
ISrfnrmfiii
GRACE REFORMED I
15th and 0 N.W.
REV. CALVIN H.
WINGERT. D. D.
The National
ue formed Church
'in the
Nation s Capital
9:40 A.M.
Church School.
11:00 A M.
Morning Worship.
Sermon by
Dr. Wingcrt.
CONCORDIA
EVANGELICAL I
LUTHERAN |
20th and G St*. N.W.
REV. CHARLES ENDERS. Pa*tor
0:45 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—Worship with Sermon.
RPTUPI 4347 Lee Bl?d.
DLlnCL Arlinrton. Va.
DR. LEE A. PEELER. Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Church School
11 :oo a m.— Morning Worship._
FIRST REFORMED
i Rev. F. Nelsen Schlerel, Pastor.
SCNDAY.
0:45 a m.—Sunday School.
1 1 OKI a m—“In Jesus Name.’*
(Cljurrij ef (Sail
NATIONAL MEMORIAL
16th and Taylor Streets N.W.
Headquarters, Anderson, Ind.
9:45 A.M.—
Eible School.
XI :00 A.M.—
Rev. Homer
Bailey, returned
missionary
from Africa. >
guest preacher.
6:30 P.M.—
Youth Fellowship.
7:30 P.M.—
Sermon:
“On Emmaui
Road,”
Mrs. Ocie Perry
speaking. 1
Fred B. Holton.
Midweek Service
Wednesday, .
8:00 P.M i
I Rev. Estel E. Perry, D. D. j
(Christian Spiritualist
1220 Mass. Ave. N.W.
REV. RENTER, Rastor.
Sunday. 8:00 D.m.— I
"Harden Not Your Hearts,"
by Rev. Penter.
I Guest Medium, Luella Daudet,
from Jacksonville
Message Service—
Wednesday and Thursday, S p.m.
Readings by appointment any hour
except Sat. and Sun.—)4I. ] 745.
National ^ptrilaaliat
Aaanriattmt •
REV. ELEANOR THOMAS,
Formerly of Palais Royal
Present Address is
TUDOR HALL
926 Mass. Ave. N.W.
Phone DI. Ett. ;03.
: By Appointment Only Call Alter 10 A M.
'-— -- - --
Unity Spiritualist Church
REV. IDA STRACK. Pastor.
Healing Service. 7:30 P.M.
Lecture and Message Service. 8 P.M.
#7 Fourth St. N.E.
Just Off East Capitol.
Church Mediums.
Rev. Strack Mr. J. K. Simmons, Mrs.
Mister. Mrs. Thomas, Mr. Charles Myers
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
CHURCH OF TWO
WORLDS
NEW LOCATION
1010 Seventeenth Street N.W.
(Opposite the Y. W. C. A.)
Rev. H. Gordon Burroughs
Minister
Sunday, 8:00 P.M.
"All Are One in Perfect Action."
Followed by Spiritual Greetings.
Wednesday, X P.M.
Message Service.
The First Spiritualist Church
131 C Street N.E. Sunday. 8 P.M.
Rev Alfred H. Terry. Paster.
ORIENTAL NIGHT
"TRANCE LECTURE"
Followed by Message Service.
DEVELOPING CLASS
Tuesday, 8 P M.. With Dark Seance.
All Welcome.
Consultations by Appt. LI. 1572. •
^piriluaiisl
REV. VIRGINIA KING
J3I4 14th St. N.W.
Readings by Appointment._MI. 7852.
REV. ETHEL JANET HIGHSMITH. 2805
6th st. n.e. DU. 8430. Readings by ap
pointment, 0:0(1 a m. to 9.00 p.m.
^ptrituai jyrtntrg of y
First Branch Spiritual Science
Mother Church, Inc., of New York
1900 F St. N.W. Washington. D. C.
REV. ALICE W. TINDALL, Pastor.
Private Appointments.
Spiritual and Healing Meetings with
Messages.
Sunday. Tuesday. Thursday, 8 p.m.
Tuesday. 2:30 p.m.
Developing Classes. Wed . 3:30 & 8 p.m.
Tel. ME. 0540.
arirntg Spiritual
United We Stand With God
713 Van Buren St. N.W.
REV. DR. CLARA M. PHILLIPS
Sunday 7:30 P M.-GE. 6041
SPIRITUAL GREETINGS
IJmgrrHstur (Cljurrli nf
^pirtlualiam
PROGRESSIVE CHURCH
OF SPIRITUALISM
Phythian Temple. 1012 Oth St. N.W Sun
day service promptly at 8 p.m.. Rev. A.
Hafferman. pastor. Rev. C. Hickerson,
Rev. M. McFarland. Public Welcome.
REV. C. HICKERSON. 533 8th St. NL
Seance. 7:30 p.m.. Friday. Private reao
ings by appt.. 11 a m. to 0 p m. FR. 3256.
REV. AGNES HAFFERMAN. 1340 MdT
Ave. N.E.. AT. 6775. Seances Thurs.,
8 P.M. Readings by appt.
REV. MARY LAUGHTER. 707 Pendleton
St.. Alexandria, Va. ALex. 0261. Public
Welcome.
Spiritual &rtrttre
REV. JOHN R. GRAY. 614 8th St. N.E.
Phone TR. 3711. Private consulations—
Daily — 7:3(1 p.m. Associate Minister of
Mlipah Church of Spiritual Science. *
Church
l of
k Spiritual Science
3 Dr. Z. A. Wright
Pastor
3423 Holmeod Place N.W.
<Formerly Lonoley Church>
SUNDAY SERVICE, 7:43 P.M.
Sermon b.v REV. JOHN R. GRAY.
MIDWEEK SERVICE THURS.. 8 P.M.
Messages to all by clergy. Rev. Lola
Miller, Rev. John R. Gray. Bring a
friend and come early. Services every
Sunday and Thursday Evening at 7:45
p.m.
Take 14th St. car to Newton St.. 1
block east to Holmead PI.
SEANCES at the home chapel hr Dr.
Wright. 450 N. J Ave. S.E., Mon., Wed..
Fri. at 7:30 p.m. Appts. Trinidad 8993.
J CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL. *

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