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§ Iff CMfurrlf tiff fcaatnur ■.l.ilrSHw’lSSf'Sf.N.W. wSStift?. 9. D. C. Tel. MI.. 2609 Nowton Gordon Cosby, Ministor Sunday Worship. 11:00 A.M. Supper and Classes Fridays From 7:30 P.M. Classes Wednesdays, 8:00 P.M. Mhilr (UroBB THE WHITE CROSS CHURCH OF CHRIST Naw Addrati 5604 39th St. N.W. Rav. Jana B. Cental Consultations by Appt. Only WO. 3332 Agggmbltrg of (Soft The Full Gospel Tabernacle 915 Mass. Are. N.W. 9:45 o.m.—Sunday School. 1 1 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon by the Pastor. 7:45 p.m.—Evongelistic. Tues., 8:00 p.m.—Young People. Wed., 7:45 p.m.—Prayer, Proise Messoge. Broadcast Sunday, 6 P.M., WWDC B. E. Mahan, Pastor Calvary Gospel Church 3213 Qu« St. N.W. D-t. D-i Buies * No. .10 Streetcar! Pan Door. Que St at Wile. Ate. D. G. SCOTT, Paster. 10.00 A.M.—8undav School. 11:00 A.M.—Morning Service. 7:46 P M.—Evangelistic Service. All Services Interpreted tor the Deaf. Cathedral Schools In Annual Services Tomorrow Afternoon The first of an annual aeries of services for the three schools on the Washington Cathedral close will be held at 4 p.m. in the ca thedral. Invitations to attend have been issued to those closely connected with St. Albans School for Boys, the National Cathedral School for Girls, and Beauvoir Elementary School. Those invited include parents and members of the fac ulties and boards of governors, as well as students. Scheduled to march in a pro cession are about 600 boy and girl students from the two prepara tory schools, faculty members in their academic robes, and officers e? the alumni societies, in addi tion to the cathedral choir and clergy. The Rev. Charles S. Martin, headmaster of St. Albans, wdll de liver the sermon. Celebrating holy communion at 11 a.m. will be Canon G. Gardner Monks. The Rev. Crawford W. Brown, canon precentor, will preach. Holy communion will be cele brated at 7:30 in St. John’s Chapel, and at 9:30 a.m. in Beth lehem Chapel. Luther Place Memorial Luther Place Memorial Church will celebrate world-wide com munion at four services tomorrow. Dr. Tabor will preach at 9 and 11 a.m. on "He Visits Yet!” At 8 p.m., the Rev. Robert E. Van Deusen will give the meditation. utymigljt New Thought Center ft Library 1311 G Street Suite 404, McKim Bldg. Open f> to 6—Mon. Through Sat. Special Meetings Every Wednesday. 11:00, 13:00. 3:00 and 8 18. ALL WELCOME. KLOBENCE E. FRISBIE. • "HE LIVES HIS RELIGION—!" This is the frequent comment heard concerning JAMES L. KRAFT of Chicago You are cordially invited to hear hint at CONSTITUTION HALL Sunday, 3 P.M., October 9th Introduced by Congressman Ralph W. Gwinn of New York Homer Rodeheaver of "Billy" Sunday Fame Will Direct the Singing and Play His Renowned Trombone. 100 Camp Children Will Sing and Recite for You 85th Anniversary of Central Union Mission All seats free—Reserved seats on request Churches in Washington '* All Saints' Episcopal Chapel Started in 1880; Built on Ground Donated by Susan Sheriff Structure at 4094 Minnesota avenue N.E. One of a series of sketches by Star Artist Leslie Bontz. By Caspar Nannes All Saints’ Episcopal Chapel at 4094 Minnesota avenue N.E., is a reminder in this area of new apartment buildings and business places of a period rapidly being forgotten. About the I turn of the century the chapel stood in a section hav ing the Ben ning Race Track nearby. The chapel was built in 1886 on ground donated by Susan Beall Sheriff. The *"• *• 8”lth land came from a portion of a tract called “Bealls Pleasure,” which originally had belonged to Col. Ninian Beall. The congregation traces its beginnings to 1880 when a num ber of Episcopal families in Ben ning met in the home of Mrs. Sally Scaggs on Anacostia avenue near Benning road to form a church. For the period until the present building was erected serv ices were held there on Sunday evenings with the Rev. John B. Williams, rector of St. Lukes Church, Bladensburg, officiating. Shortly after moving to the present location the Rev. Ran dolph Lawrey became pastor. He is credited with suggesting that the name “All Saints” be adopted. In 1887 the chapel became a diocesan mission. Among the early clergymen were the Rev. Theodore Reed, 1888-9, and the Rev. Edward Wall. 1890-94. Both were rectors of St. Luke’s Parish. The steady growth of the con gregation made the need of build ing a parish hall imperative. The addition was erected In 1900. The chapel itself is noteworthy for the beautiful, large, stained glass window in the sanctuary. It was given in memory of Abram Feree Shriver by his family short ly after the chapel was built. The Shrivers were not members of the Saptiat (fttlg-Wtiif &imultattHraa i&ruttialfl + CHRIST IS THE ANSWER +1 I TO YOUR PROBLEMS ■ Washington Baptist Churches Are Conducting Simultaneous Services Daily, September 25-October 9 Attend the Friendly Baptist Church in Your Neighborhood || Rev. Dixon Rex. Simmons Rtr. Geary Dr. Cramor# Dr. Swartwout Dr. Brown Mr. Ormond Dr. Crowder Mr. Hudson Rev. Squires Mr. Brasher I Res. Cooper Mr. Carter. Rev. Franks Mr. Adams Dr. Meeden Res. Raiford Dr. Adame Dr. White Dr. CriaweU Dr. MeKinner THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON 'Septaaber Amt Dr. Pruden> Many times during ths peel decade ths con viction has ecae to ns with increasing foroe that a revival of the spirit of old-fashioned religion is what the world aoet needs. Oily'when the hearts and Binds of men are Inspired and guided by the unchanging principles of the Sera on on the Mount can' we hope that the nat^em of the world will find the pathway to a true and enduring peace. Without that help the best efforts of non and nations will fail. Oie could hope’earnestly that the proposed Evangelistic Crusade to be launched in the District of Callable on Septeaber twenty-fifth will set an exaaple which will bring aany to a realisation of the strength that lies in the everlasting reality of reli^Lca, i Heverend Edward H. Pruden, D.D.< Minister, * first Baptist Church, 16th and 0 Streets, N. W., Washington, D. C. Dr. Lee Rev. Mni» Mr. Holmei | Her. Dr. Smith Mr. Gar Dr. Hakes Mrs. Hake* Dr. Fax Mr. Halt Rev. LeGste* Dr. Mein II Directing the Campaign DR. C.E. MATTHEWS SUPT. OF EVANGELISM Home Mission Board Southern Baptist Convention • Noon Day Services—12:10 12:40 P.M., Mon. Thru Fri. Dr. C. E. Matthews—First Week Dr. W. A. Criswell—Second Week New York Ave. Presbyterian Church CHURCH Anaeostla Avondale Broekland Brookmont Calvary Centennial Chevy Chase Canrrass Heichti Covenant R Wash. Heichti Fifth First Fountain ' Memorial Hyatts villa Kendall Lather Riee Metropolitan National Petwerth Redeemer Second Silver Sprinc< Md. Takoma Park Temple West Washlnrten Wilson Avenaa Wlerensln Ave. LOCATION 13th * W B.E. I860 Mich. N.E. 16th’ A Monroe N.E. Brood otVo. PI 8th A H N.W. 1th A Eye N.E. <611 Western N.W. Esther A Broth ers PI. B.E. 1S6 Tana S.E. 8330 Alabama B.E. 600 E 8.W. 1380 16th N.W. Naylor Bd. * GillsUn A 43rd Atc.. Md. SIS Oth 8.W. <316 N. Capitol 8th A A N.E. 1501 Colombia 1th A Randolph N W 1300 Kirby N.W. 11th A E. Canltol Wayne A Fenton Finer Br. Bd. lo&ri niTw. 81st A N N.W. Colmar Manor, _Md. Wts. A Ftssen den N.Wr PASTOB Bee. E. L. Weatea Ber. Ward B. Hurlbnrt In. Chae. W. Canlklna Dr. Claranea Cranford Rot. WUaon Beider Dr. Edward O. Clark Bee. A. Lincoln Saaith Roe. Frank Saalroe Bor. B. 8. Cooner Bor. John T. Cobarn Dr. E. H. Pradea Bar. Frank B. Burroaa Ber. Henry B. Oaeood Bee. Fred D. Bean Be*. C. M. Warr Dr. K. O. White Dr. E. B. WiUlnibam t Be*. 8. Lewie Marian Ber. Olinde Maraeilia Ber. J. Bay Garrett Ber. Frank K. Braainitei Ber. Herbert Baaeom Dr. M. W. Cram* Ber. C. B. Aaatla Ber. C. B. Fertaaea EVANGELIST Rev. Wm. 8. Dixon Baptist Evangelist Dallas Bev. Geo. E. Simmons Martinsville. Va. Bev. Alger Geary Brooklyn, N. x. Dr. C. W. Cranford Bev. Roy Johnson Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. Cletls Brown Area Dir. Evangelism. NBC Dr. Wm. J. Crowder, Wash., D.C. Rev. Frank Suulreo Rev. R. 8. Cooper Bev. Gordon Keller Belmont, Roanoke, Va. Dr. T. F. Adams , „ First Chureh.Riehmond, Va. Bev. Cecil Franks Colombia, Falls Chnreh. Va. Tonng People—1st Week Dr. C. C. Meeden—2nd Wk. Temple, Baltimore, Md. Rev. Howard Ralferd Memphis, Tenn. Rev. James W. McRay Central, Gainesville, Ga. Dr. K. O. White—1st Wk. Dr. W. A. Criswell—2nd Wk. First Dallas, Texas Dr. C. E. Matthews Dallas, Texas Rev. 8. Lewis Morgan Rev. Olindo Marseglia Dr. Thomas Hansen ... Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. Rev. Julian Hepkins First. Suffolk. Va. Dr. gelwyn Smith McClean. Memphis. Tenn. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Hakes Lorimer, Chicago, IU. Dr. Arthur Fex Morristown. Tenn. Rev. C. E. LeGates Indian Head, Md. Dr. Paul A. Meigs Jefferson Are.. E. Point. Ga. SINGER Dr. N. R. Swartwout Chicago Mr. ff. Berkeley Ormond Chevy Chase, D. C. Mr. Miles Hudson Fountain Memorial, D. C. Mr. W. P. Brasher E. Wash. Hgbts., D. O. Clifford Carter Luther Rice, D. C. Mr. Frank Adams Paragould, Ark. i Dr. Edwin McNeely Fort Worth. Texas Dr. B. B. McKinney Nashville. Tenn. Dr. E. Powell Leo Dallas, Texas Mr. John D. Holmes Tabernaele, Raleigh, N. C. Mr. Robert Guy Ridgecrest, N. C. Clyde Holt Calvary, D. C. chapel, but were Interested in its welfare. The church bell was given by a member of Epiphany Chapel, Forestville, Md., many years 8go. From 1900 on the work was carried on as a unit of the pro Cathedral system centered at St. Mark's Church, which was the pro-Cathedral under the Right Rev. Henry Y. Satterlee, first Bishop of Washington. From 1915 to 1947 the chapel shared the services of the rector of Addison Chapel, St. Matthew’s Parish, Seat Pleasant, Md. Since 1946 the chapel has been operated as a mission of the Washington Dio cese. j Rectors of Addison Chapel who' served All-Saints’ Chapel included the Revs. Francis R. Nitchie, Reg inald John Ripley, George G. Shilling and Charles F. Lang lands. Members for more than 50 years are Mrs. Mamie Herbert, Mrs. Stuittf #rt*nr? ! Clement W. Sheriff and Miss Della Suskey. There Is & plaque In the church to the memory of Miss Mary Ellen Suskey, who was ac tive for many years prior to her death in 1925. Members of the church commit tee are Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Bryant, jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Florence, Mrs. Edith Bugbee. John Bugbee, Mrs. Minnie Farr, Mrs. Nettie James, Mrs. Harry C. Mals berger. Miss Suskey and Mrs. Sheriff. The Woman’s Auxiliary, under the leadership of Mrs. Farr, has been active in raising funds for Improvements to the chapel. The Rev. Andrus B. Smith is vicar of the chapel. He succeeded i the Rev. Wade Safford in 1947. A native of Norwich, N. Y., Mr. | Smith is a graduate of Hamilton College and of the Episcopal Theological Seminary, Cambridge, Mass. He served as rector of St. Michael's Church, Oakfield, N. Y., and as curate of St. James’ Church, Batavia, N. Y., simul taneously from 1946-7. Mr. and Mrs. Smith live at 3457 Eads street N.E., with their daugh ters, Andrea Ruth, 2, and Eliza beth Brewster, 3 months. Georgetown Lutherans To Hear Dr. Reissig Dr. Frederick Reissig, executive secretary of the Washington Fed eration of Churches, will speak at the world communion services at 11 a.m., in connection with the 180th anniversary of the church. Other services are: October 16. 11 a.m., Dr. J. Frank Fife, pres ident of the Lutheran Synod of Maryland; 8 p.m., National Lu theran Chorus. Lutheran Fellowship "Lutherans and parochial schools” will be the subject of the jUtttartett k ALL SOULS’ CHURCH Sixteenth end Herverd Sts. N.W. Minister A. Powell Davies D.D 11:00 A M Morning Worship. Sermon By the Minister. "THE WORLD NOBODY KNOWS" 9:45 A.M.—School of Religion. Adult Classes. Colonel J. Gay Seabourne, "The Religion of Goethe." Robert Burns, "The Role of Great Britain in World Economy." Sitting jfrrignrg First Divine Science Church SHtroton Hottl, 15th fr L St*. N.W. THE REV. ADDIE REA PEOPLES ganday, 11 A.M. "DIVINE SCIENCE." Tfeanday, 8 P.M. "STABILITY." Church of the Healing Christ DIVINE SCIENCE 2460 Sixteenth Street N.W. Sunday, 1 1 A.M.—"In Spirit and in Truth." Dr. H. B. Jeffery, Guest Speaker. Thursday, 8 P.M.—-Healing Meeting. THE HEALING MINISTRY GRACE L. FAUS, D.P., MinUter Sthlg ffropferg Russia! China! The United States ARE WE HEARER FOR A WORLR CONFLICT? Is Russia preparing the Nations of the Orient for the Battle of Armageddon? Bible prophecy gives the answer. SRHRAY, OCT. 2, 7:30 P.M. * \ ROBERT L. BOOTRBY Bible Lecturer PRESIDENTIAL ROOM HOTEL STATLER 16th and K Streets N.W. ELMORE J. McMURPHY Minister of Music Rev. Edwin E. Pieplow, pastor and j superintendent of the Trinity Lutheran Church Parochial School, Hyattsville, Md„ at a luncheon of the Lutheran Laymen’s Fellowship on Thursday at the Annapolis Hotel. Dr. Oscar R. Le Beau will preside. “HOUR OF POWER” EVERY SUNDAY 9 A.M. WMAL—WMAL-FM $lrMbgtprlan Wtyt Rational Presbyterian Cijurcb Connecticut Avenue at N Street N.W. The Rev. Edward L. R. Eison, M.Th., D.D., Minister 9:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. ] I :00 a.m.—Holy Communion ond Reception of New Members. Dr, E son and Dr. Stone Officiating. 6.30pm —The Sunday Evening Club. N-2 and L-2 Buses ond Cars 40 and 42 Stop In Front of the Church. WASHINGTON HEIGHTS Kalorama at Columbia Road Rev. Robert E. Sherrill, Minister Rev. Clifton Olmsteod, Asst Church School, 9:45 AM. Worship Service, II A M. "WHAT GOD HATH SEALED." Sacrament of Holy Communion. Church Night Service, Wednesday, 8 P.M. George A. Myers, Soloist; Mary Voorhees Botts, Organist. New York Avenue Church # 13th, H and New York Avenue N.W. Re*. Robert T. Brtdre, Actinr Minister. ReT. James D. Bryden, Director of Relirious Education. — v Charles D Beaschlcr. Director of Music. V, William Wathins. Orcanist. 9:30 o.m.—Church Bible School. Including Nursery 11:00 a.m.—"The Kingdom of This World." 8 :00 p m —"He Shall Reign." 6:00p.m.—Youth Groups. Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Midweek Service. Services Conducted by Mr. Bridge. jSortfjmmster *"L WILLIAM H. KEPLER, Minister. 9:30 A.M.-—Sunday School 9:30 and 1 1 :00 AM. World-Wide Communion, Meditation, 'The Vision Glorious." Nursery During Services 3:00 P.M.—Westminster Fellowship Conference. 6:00 P.M.—Young Adult Group. 6:15 P.M.—Westminster Fellowship. SIXTH Sixteenth and Kennedy Sts. N.W. EARL FRANKLIN FOWLER, D.D. Clarence G. Shaw. Organist 11 :00 o.m.—Sermon: "The Salt of the Earth." World-Wide Communion Sunday. 9:45 a.m.—Church School. CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS Gi/t 0/ the Presbyterians at the South to the nation's Cavital On the Parkway at 22d b P St*. N.W. ANDREW R. BIRD, D.D., PASTOR 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 :00 a m.—"God's Compliment." 6:15 p.m.—Youth Groups. 7:45 p m —"The ABC'* of the Gospel." ©lb $regbpterian Jtleetmg gouge Built 1774—"A Shrine Become* a Living Church" S. Fairfax St., Alexandria, Vo. 11 :00 a m.—Worship. Sermon by Rev. D. Kirk Hammond. 2:00-5 :00 p.m.—Daily: Sanctuary and Historic Church Open to the Public. m m tSPIVTiniV 1300 Blk. N. Irving St., Arl., Vo. Rev. Isaac Steenson, Pastor. 11:00 A.M.—Mr. Steenson preaching. Nursery During Service 9:45 o m.—Church School 7:00 p.m.—Youth Meetings._ THE FOURTH CHURCH 13th and Fairmont Sti. N W. JAMES H MIERS. Minister Holding Forth the Word ot Lite ll:OOa.m.—The Lord's Supper. Broadcast over WOL. 11:30 A.M. 4:00 p.m.—Broadcast over WOOS by Dr. Miers. 8:4R p.m.—Youne People's Society. 8:00 p.m.—"l Believe in God.” Broadcast over WEAM 1300. WESTERN 1906 H St. N.W. C. Stewart McKenzie. Minister 9:48 a m.—Fundov School. 11:00 a.m.—World-Wide Communion. Nurterv UUrinp Service Wcdncaday. E p m.—Midweek 8enrlct. GEORGETOWN 3118 r Street N.W. Rev JOHN BALFY KFLtY. D. O Pastor Church Sc'iccl at 0:4ft am.—Rally Day. Morctnc hip at 11 :«t a m. World-Wide Communion Service. i Youth Groups. 7:00 p.au _ CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Intersection 15th, 16th & trying N.W. GRAHAM GORDON LACY. Minister Harold Reeves Yarroll. Minister of Musie B:30 AM. Church School. 11:00 A.M. Communion Meditation. “Holding the World Together.” 5 and 7 P.M. Youth Group*. 8:00 P.M. “Our Jewish Heritage.” EASTERN 6th and Maryland Ava. N.E. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 1 1 :00a.rn.—Divine Worship: Holy Communion. Nursery During Service 7:00 p.m.—"Hymnspiration." WM. N. VINCENT. Minister._ GUNTON-TEMPLE Ifith and Newton Streets N.W Dr. Bernard Braskamp. Minister Panl D Gable. Minister of Mnsie BBOsm.—Church School 11:00 a.m.—“The Cross of a Christian.” Sermon by Dr. Braskamp. Nursery Dunne service 7:00 n.m.—Young People's Fellowship. | Everybody Welcome. CHEVY CHASE Chevt Chut Cirelt Minister* I. HILLMAN HOLLISTER FRANKLIN B. GILLESPIE , | Harold W. Diekensbeets. Minister of Music p.30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a m.—Morning Worship. Sermon: “The Bread of Life.' Dr. Hollister. 7:30 p.m.—Youth Groups. _ ^JjertoooD Rhode Island Ave. at 22nd St. N.E RICHARD M. MUSSEN, Minister 9-5.0 and »1 °0 *;Tn "TO WHOM SHALL WE GO? 9:45 m. -Church school for Youns People and Adults. 11:00 a.m.—Church Schoo’ for Children. 7:00 p.m.—Youth Groups__ eckington North Capitol and Florida Aye. REV. HENRY B. WOODING,Minister 11:00 a.m.—The Lord's Supper Reception of Member*. 7-30 p.m—"And Now I See."__ METROPOLITAN "On Capitol Hill" 4th and B Sts. S.E. JAMES CURTIS FAHL. Minister. ' Mrs. Norms Shepherd. Organist and Director. 11 a.m.—Holy Communion. Nursery During Service 7 P.M.—Sr. and Young People's Fellowship. 7:45 p.m.—Evening Devotional. GARDEN MEMORIAL Pll Minnesota Ave. S.E. Pastor. REV. LESTER V BALGL’ESS 9:30 a m. —Bible School. 8:30 and 11 a m—Morning Worship. Nursery During 11 tin am Service 7.00 p.m. Westminster Fellowship. Mid Week Service. Wed.. S P m._ BETHESDA The Church That Named the Community Wilson Lane and Clarendon Road BETHESDA. MD. JAMES S. ALBERTSON, Minister. 8:45 am.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—"That All May Be One.” World-Wide Communion Service. 6:00 p.m.—Youth Groups. TAKOMA PARK Maple and Tulip Area. Ministers: R. Paul Schearrer Richard L. Smith 9:30 a m.—Church School. 11 :00 a.m.—"Advance!" Dr. Schearrer. Nursery A Junior Church Durirc Service. 7 :00 p.m.—Four Youth Groups. First Church Arlington Glebe Road at Wilson Blvd. George Hileman Yount, Minister Worship At 9:00 and 11.00 a.m. WORLD-WIDE COMMUNION. "Renewel of Life From Its Source Mr. Yount pleaching. AltUU.lOX Columbia Pike rnd South Lincoln St. Temporary Location. Thomas **“**!?? Junior Hirh s hnol. Fillmore at Ehrbtb Street South, while enlarfint ehurch bid*. f> 4S a m —r ch Bible School. 11:00 a m.->'"rid - Wide Commuu on Service. Meditation by tne Rev. Howard Gebhart. Nursery During Service Congress Heights Sooth Capitol and Chesapeake Sta S.W. REV RICHARD B. PURSEL, Mim*t«r ,, 0I, . m —World-Wide Communion. ALU WELCOME. “falls church E. Broad and Fairfax Sts. ALTON B. ALTFATHER. D. D.. Ministor. 8:30 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. “A Personal Question. The Lord's Simper. Nursery dtirtno Servtc$ P 4K a.m—Sunday School. 7:OQ p.m.—Young People._ ”rlverdale 4609 Rittenhouie St. W. KEITH CUSTIS, Minirtdt (1:30 a m—Sunday School a-10 ...rt jiuioa.m.—Holy Communion. “UNITY THROUGH THE CROSS.” Yf;rsrry Durina Service fiM'Onm.—Jr. Westminster Fellowship. 7.no p m.—Sr, Westminster Fellowship. THE BIBLE BIBLEPRESBYTERIAN 3038 Que Street N.W., Georretown. BE. JAMES H MeCLINTOCK. Mlniater 0 -4S a m — Bible School II no a m.—“Studies In Fhilipplana.’ 7:00 p.m.—“Idolatry Anrers God. The Only Bible Preebyterian Church in Waehingten ORTHODOX PRESBYTERIAN KNOX, GrantviUr Drive and Sutherland Read SILVER SPRING. MD REV. tiLENN R. COIE, Minister 0:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:OOa.m.—“One Body.” Communion. O::top.m.—Mac'nen Leagues. 7:30 p.m.—“The Publican’s Prayer. A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL UNITED PRESBYTERIAN RIVER ROAD River Rood at 45th St. N.W. REV. HARRY W. RANKIN, Pastor. 9:4b A.M. Church Bible School. 11 :00 A.M. Holy Communion. Meditotion: "The Lord'* Supper." 8:00 P.M. "Solt of the Earth." (Film.) WALLACE MEMORIAL N. H. Ave. fir Randolph St. N.W. DONALD C. IRWIN, Minister. The Word of God From Pulpit and Classroom 9:30a.m.—Roily Day in the Bible School. Classes for all ages. 11:00 a.m.—"The Case for Evan gelism." Romans, 10:13-15, nursery During Morning Service. 6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor So cieties. 8:00 p.m.—"Walking With God." Amos, 3:3.