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BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES . LEWIS CURTZ Funeral services for Lewis Curtz, who for 50 years conducted a shoemaking shop at 1209 New York Ave. N. W.. and who made President Grant’s boots, was con ducted today from Grier’s Funeral Home, 1113 Seventh St. N. W. Interment was in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Mr. Curtz, who was bom in Bavaria. Germany, died Thurs day in the Ruppert German Home In Anacostia. He is survived by his widow, Frederica, who lives in the home, and his daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cooper, 1922 N St. N. W. FRANK A. O’NEIL Funeral services for Frank A. O’Neil. Georgetown real estate dealer, who died Wednesday at his home. 4402 Conduit Rd. N.W.. were conducted there today. A requiem high mass followed at Holy Trinity Church. Thirty sixth and N Streets northwest, followed by burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Mr. O’Neil is survived by his mother. Mrs. Ellen O’Neil and his brother, William O’Neil, also of 4402 Conduit Rd. N. W. MARY A. COOK • Funeral services for Mary A. Cook, 88. who died Thursday, were conducted early this morn ing from the home of her son, James E. Cook, jr., 209 P St. N. W. Interment will be in Loudon Park Cemetery, Balti more, Md. BIRTHS Laurance M. and Margaret Corcoran, boy. William H. and Marjorie E. Mitchell, girl. Elno R. and Sylvia K. Wright, girl. Domnick and Jennie Salvanelii. girl. Phillip and Josephine Natoli, girl. Daniel F. and Olga E. Hartnett, boy. Leon W and Ella V. Rector, boy. Robert C. and Pearl L. Stevenson, boy. Charles L. and Frances Robey, boy. Charles I'. and Margaret J. Latimer, girl. George C. and Marguerite Higgins, girl. Lee D- and Margaret B. Butler, boy. Mack L and Julia M. Redding, boy. James C. and Ida L Donaldson, boy. John C. and Margaret E. Myer. boy. Victor H. and Margaret L. Arnold, boy. . Robert J. and Anna J. Dohoney, boy. Robert E. and Mildred M. Hendrick, boy. Stanley J. and Mary A. Rochinski. boy. Thomas K. and Dorothy Back. girl. Robert H. and Helen Hetzer, girl. James and Ophelia Wright, boy. William J. and Antha Boyd. girl. Joseph W. and Clara Kirksey, girl. James and Edna Bell. boy. Lewis T. and Mildred Sedgwick, girl. Vogie J. and Sarah Fleet, girl. DEATHS Mary A. Cook. 88 years. Little Sla te rs of the Poor. James D. Downing, 87 years. 3801 Alton Pl. N. W. Alfred L. Kanode, 70 years. 305 D St. N. W. Louis Kurtz. 77 years. Ruppert Home. Sarah C. Hornbeak, 77 years. 709 Shepherd St. N. W. Gustave Bender, 73 years. 3200 Nichols Ave. S. E. Mary E. Mertz, 72 years. 3116 R St. N. W John G. Johnson. 65 years. 1660 Harvard St. N. Samuel Rutherford. 61 years. Hamil ton Hotel. Frederick J. Smith. 60 years. 3026 O St. N W Lewis M. Ryce, 60 years. En route to Emergency Hospital. Percy E. Quin, 59 years. U. S. Naval Hospital. Arthur Kellogg. 57 years. Home for Aged and Infirm. John E Saunders. 38 years. George town Hospital. James E McConkey. 21 years. En route to Casualty Hospital. Kathleen V. McAuliffe. 8 years. 1843 B St. S. E. Richard S Reading, 7 years. Chil dren’s Hospital. Arthur Shoap. 6 months. Gallinger Hospital. Nannie Sager, 62 years. 920 French St. N. W. Henry Tibbs. 55 years. St. Eliza beths Hospital. John Williams, 45 years. Freedmen's Hospital. Eva Johnson. 39 years. Gallinger Hospital. Peaches Sterling. 33 years. Gallinger Hospital. Edward G. Smith. 26 years. Gal llneer Hospital. Walter Booth, 20 years. Emergency Hospital. Rosa L. Petterson. 3 months. 838 New Hampshire Ave. N. W. MARRIAGE LICENSES Dennis Joseph Kane. 23. and Mary Catherine McAuliffes, 21. Chevy Chase. Md. The Rev. F. J. Egan. Donald M. Lincoln. 22. and Faye Agnes Sinclair.*lß The Rev. J. C. Ball. Myron L. Stout. 31. and Marion Hutchinson. 25. The Rev. A. A. Stock dale. Daniel J Finigan. 25. and Opal Btarke. 19. The Rev. L. J. McDougle. Dewitt Patton. 28, and Grace Mc- Corgondale Panama City, Fla. The Re--. A. E Barrows. Morris Baumel. 29. and Bertha Bron- Ber. 24. Rabbi J. T. Loeb. Thomas E. Elliott 32. and Helen M. Oles, 32. both of Baltimore, Md. The Rev. H. F. Graebenstein. Branch R. Jones. 28. Baltimore. Md.. and* Lorine Cooke. 27, Roanoke. Va. The Rev. J. E. Briggs. Harry Simms. 33. New York city, and Carmen R Hall. 24. Alderson. W. Va. The Rev. William Pierpont. Ray V. Hidgson. 29. Danville. Pa., and Mary L. Maher. 28. Shamokin. Pa. The Rev. H W. Tolson. James E. Lawson. 21. and Marion • Henry. IS. The Rev. B. Botts. John Warren. 36. anil Cecilia M. Rob ertson. 21. The Rev. G. W. Rankin. Jerrett D Shifflett. Geer. Va.. and Viola H. Wood. 18. Lindsay. Va. The Rev. A. F. Poore. William M. Ward. Jr. 25. and Flor ence L- Osborn. 24. The Rev. H. W. Colton. Elliott J. Jones. 23, and Marhret Wade. 21. The Rev. T. J. Duffy. Thomas V. King. 30. and Elizabeth J. Roberts. 33, Brentwood. Md. The Rev. H. W. Tolson. Col. Smeeton Urges • Return to Religion Col. Arthur Smeeton, chief sec-’ retary of the 15 Southern States of the Salvation Army, addressed 50 officers of the local Salvation Army, including the Salvation Army Social Service Bureau at 102 B St. N. W.. yesterday at the Evangeline Hotel. He pleaded with members of the army to bring America’s return to religion and religious services. Judge Garrett Named To Catholic Faculty Midge Finis J. Garrett, former minority leader of the House of Representatives, has been ap pointed to the faculty of Catholic University to conduct a course in courts and their jurisdiction as a background to the course in con stitutional law. 1 Deaths l . HEX'D ER, GI'BTA O*— On Wednesday? Feb- I ‘ maty 3. J 932. at 10:30 o’clock p. m.. i at his late residence. 3200 Ni< huls Ave. S E.. Gl STAVE BENDER axed 73 vears. I r husband of Caroline Bender and lather of j Mrs. D. J. Hodge. Mrs. Alma Allen. Mrs. i J F. H. Caverly and August F Bender. Funeral aervices will he held from the | above residence on Saturday. February 0. • [ 1932. al 2:30 p tn. Friends invited to attend. interment private. . COOK. MARY Thursday. February 4. 1932. MARY A. COOK, widow of the I I j late James E. Cook. She is survived by one son. James E. Cook. jr. i Funeral services will be'conducted from I the residence of her son 209 P Street l Northwest, on Saturday afternoon. Feb . ruary 6 1932. at 1:30 o’clock Inter ment will follow in Loudon Park Ceme ! tery. Baltimore. Md. Services by W. W. , Chambers Co. , DORSEY. EDWARD FRANKLIN —• De- • parted this life after a lingering illness. - on Friday. February 5. 1932. at 10 o clock p. m.. at his residence. 1208 Ingraham • Street Northwest. EDWARD FRANKLIN DORSEY, beloved husband of the late Gertrude A. Dorsey and devoted father of Roland C. Dorsey and Bernice E. Dawson. Funeral from his late residence on Monday. February 8. 1932. at 2:30 o'clock p. m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. GRAY. CARRIE V.-—Passed away on Tues day February 2. 1932 at her late resi dence. Greater Capitol Heights Md . CARRIE V GRAY the beloved wife of I Edward Gray. Funeral services will be held from 511 Eleventh St. S. E . branch parlor of W W Chambers Company, on Saturday after noon February 6. 1932. at 2 o clock. Interment wil| follow in Oakton. Va. JOHNSON. MARY JE.—Departed this life early on Friday nioraing. February 5, 1932. at 7 o’clock/at her late residence. 1021 Sixth Street Southwest. MARY E. JOHNSON, the widow of the late John Johusou (huckster 1. She leaves to mourn her departure lour loving children, two daughters. Mrs. Eliza Brooks and Miss Florence B. Johnson, and two sons. Dr. George A. Johnson and Isaiah Johnson. Funeral services will be held from the Ebenezer M. E. Church. Fourth and D Streets Southeast, on Monday. February 8. 1932. at 1 n. m. Interment will follow , in Harmony Cemetery. KENNER. IX’LA BELL— Passed away on Wednesday. February B. 1932 at her ' ' late residence. 635 G St. S. E.. LI’LA . BELL KENNER She is survived by two brothers. Harry B. Kenner and Charles E. Kenner and one sister. Mrs. Dollie Sea born. of Waldorf. Md Funeral services will be conducted from her residence. 635 G St S. E.. on Saturday morning. Febru ary 6. 1932, at 7 o’clock a. m. Interment will follow in Strasburg. Xa Services by Chambers. O’NEIL. FRANK A. — On Wednesday, February 3. 1932 at 9:15 p in., at his residence. 4402 Conduit Rd. N. W.. FRANK A. O’NEIL, the beloved son of Ellen O'Neil and the late John O’Neil. Funeral services from the late residence. 4402 Conduit Rd. N. W.. on Saturday morning. February 6 1932. at 9:30 a. m.. followed by requiem high mass at Holy Trinity Church. Thirty-sixth and N Sts. N. W., at 10 o’clock. . . Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Interment will follow in Mount Oliver Cemetery.* TfRBS. HENRY — Departed this life on Tuesday. February 2. 1932. at 3:05 p. m.. HENRY TIBBS, the devoted friend of Ida Hill. He leaves to mourn his de parture two loving daughters. Rosa Tibbs and Katie Tibbs: one sister. Bessie Bongy. and one brother. Joe Bongy. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You Street Northwest Funeral services will be held on Sunday afternoon. February 7. 1932. at 2 o’clock, from the W. Ernest- Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You Street Northwest TIRNER. JAMES HENRY— Passed away on Wednesday. February 3. 1932. at his late residence. 1204 Minnesota Ave. N. E.. after a brief illness. JAMES HENRY Tl'R* NER. the beloved husband of Betsey Tur ner. Besides his wife, he is survived by one loving daughter. Margie Lee Turner, and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held on Satur day afternoon. February 6. 1932. at t o’clock p. m.. from his late residence. 1204 Minnesota Ave. N. E. Interment will fol -low in Wood la wn Cemetery. WAKEMAN. JOSEPH W.— Passed away on Wednesday. February 3 1932, at Garfield Memorial Hospital. JOSEPH W WAKEMAN, the beloved husband of Alice L. Wakeman. Remains resting at the W W Chambers Co. funeral home Four i tcenth and Chapin Streets Northwest. Funeral from the W. W Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chanin Sreet North west. on Saturday. February 6 at Jl a. m. Interment Front Royal. Virginia. at 2:30 p m. WASHBURN. CLARA LOUISE— On Fri day. February 5. 1932. at Lmergencv Hospital. CLARA LOUISE WASHBVRrf. the beloved wife of Lester A. Washburn and loving mother of Louise Washburn and Lester A. Washburn, jr.. of Bar croft. Va. Besides her husband, son and daughter, she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs J F. Williams: five sisters, Mrs. Bob Hall. Mrs. John Morris, of Char lottesville. Va.: Mrs. C. F. Weiland, of . I Lynchburg. Va.: Mrs. J. M. Jardine. Mrs. I C. E. Curtin, of Washington. D. C„.and i two brothers. Mr. C. <’. Williams, of Wash- i ington. D. C.. and Mr. Edward Williams, of Baltimore. Md. Remains resting at. Hy -1 song’s funeral home. 1300 N Street Northwest. „ , : Services and interment on Sunday after- noon. February 7. 1932. at Charlottes . ville. Va. IN MEMORIAM HOSKINSON. I.INNIE ELIZABETH — in sad but loving- remembrance of my dear mother and grandmother. LINNIE ELIZA BETH HOSKINSON, who died three years ago today. February 6. 1929. 5 I miss you. mother, from your place. • I miss your gentle, smiling lace. The lonely home, the vacant chair: I miss you, mother, everywhere. MARGUERITE. THEODORE. TEDDY. Wedding Announcements 24 HR SERVICE special nncee Good ! harts 1214 R °t N W NAt 8172 4 Flurisls GUDE BROS CO.. 1212 FSt. N.W r I Phone Nat. 4278 Funeral designs • FLOWER MART Funeral Designa. Cnt Flowers. Delivery s IS-* GONN AVE—ISIS H ST N W i sFuneral Oirectors Chambers Gives A $350 Couch Casket f u n e r a I—t h e full , funeral, $195. Shipping funerals, complete, as i low as $65. We have a wonderful funeral, cars and all, only $75. Chambers DOCTORS Recommend i | AMBULANCES ! CHAMBERS 5 Clean. Fresh and SANITARY, i Charges Lowest in City. ’ $4.01 ANY PLACE IN D. C. Call COI. 0432 [ ■ - - J KILLED BY TREE ' I MARTINSBURG, W. Va.. Feb r j 6.—Er est Malcolm, 24. son of f Mr. and Mrs. Van Malcolm, of > Levels, Hampshire county, was c killed when knocked from a tree n by a limb he was cutting. The a blow caused him to roll down a i- 40-foot embankment, breaking his neck. THE WASHINGTON TIMES GUSTAVE BENDER Funeral services for Gustave Bender, 73, who died Wednesday at his residence, 3200 Nichols Ave. S. E., were conducted today from there. Interment was pri j vate. He Is survived by his widow, Caroline Bender, and four chil dren, Mrs. D. J. Hodge. Mrs. Alma Allen, Mrs. F. H. Caverly and August F. Bender. JAMES H. TURNER The funeral of James Henry Turner, who died Wednesday at his residence, 1204 Minnesota Ave. N. E., was conducted from there today. Interment followed in Woodlawn Cemetery. He is survived by his widows Betsey Turner, and a daughter, Margie Lee Turner. JOSEPH W. WAKEMAN The funeral of Joseph W. Wake man, 74, who died Wednesday at Garfield Memorial Hospital, was conducted today from the W. W. Chambers funeral home. Inter ment will be in Front Royal, Va. He is survived by his widow, Alice L. Wakeman, of 530 Third St. N. W. LULA BELL KENNER Funeral rites for Lula Bell Ken ner, 65. who died Wednesday at her home, 635 G St. S. E., were conducted there today. Interment will be in Strasburg, Va. She is survived by two brothers, Harry B. Kenner and Charles E. Kenner and one sister, Mrs. Dollie Seaborn, of Waldorf, Md. fetFseSons SCHEDULED Beginning tomorrow the pastor of the Takoma Park Baptist Church will deliver a sermon each I Sunday morning and evening at I 11 and 7:45 o’clock touching upon . the life of George Washington, j The subjects will be as fol- i lows: tomorrow, at 11 a. m., “Washington’s Reverence”: Feb ruary 14, “Washington’s Respon sibilities”; February 21, “Wash ington’s Resourcefulness”; Feb ruary 28, “Washington’s Reward.” The evening sermons will be: tomorrow, “Washington’s Time”; February 14, “W ashing t o n’s Task”; February 21, “Washing ton’s Test”; February 28, “Wash ington’s Triumph.” 'Coming Kingdom,’ Topic at Y. M. C. A. At the Y. M. C. A.’s popular 4 o’clock service tomorrow. Mr. Thomas E. Rhodes, of the De partment of Justice, will deliver an address upon “The Coming Kingdom.’’ It will be illustrated ; by motion pictures entitled “The Kingdom of Heaven” and “The Word of God in Africa.” The meeting will be in charge of a group of dormitory men. 'Doing Greater Works Than Jesus,’ Topic Tomorrow morning at the Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church South. Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper will be ob served, followed by a short ser mon by the pastor upon the subject “Doing Greater Wor.<s Than Jesus.” Dr. Copenhaver’s topic for the popular evening service is to be “Living Versus Existing.” 'Market of Souls’ Is Sermon Topic At the Metropolitan Baptist Church tomorrow morning, Rev. J. C. Ball will speak upon the subject "The Market of Souls.” At night his subject will be “Comforting Religion.” On Tuesday evening the Live Wire Bible Class will hold their ninth annual banquet. JUDGE TO LECTURE Judge Paul M. Linebarger, legal advisor to the Chinese National government, will give a free lecture tomorrow at the Secular League, Musicians’ Hall. 1006 E St. N.W. Subject; “What Manchuria Means to America.” ‘PREACHER’S AUTHORITY’ Tomorrow evening the biblical drama, “Sacrifice,” will be given at the First Congregational Church. Dr. Stockdale’s sermon topic for the morning will be “Christ, the Preacher’s Author ity.” 43RD ANNIVERSARY The Vaughn Bible Class of Calvary Baptist Church cele brates its forty third anniver sary tomorrow morning It has a present membership of 600. There will be a special program in honor of the occasion. ‘JAPAN’S FURY’ “Japan’s Fury and Armaged don” will be the subject of Dr. B. G. Wilkinson at Mt. Pleasant Hall on tomorrow evening. fpECK MEMORIAL CLASSES ; Dr. Howard A. Edson will > speak to the men’s class and > j Elizabeth F. Ketchum will teach v i the women’s class at the Peck 51 Memorial Sunday School tomor row morning. "a Ei |cHRISTCHURCH < fer <^„t SGIENGE TOPIC' TOMonnouo BE “SPIRIT” “Spirit” is the subject of the lesson-sermon in all the Churches of Christ, Scientist, tomorrow. The Golden Text is from First Corinthians: 2:12 “We have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given io us of God.” . Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon is the following from the Bible: “Fear ye not, neither be afraid; have not I told thee from that time, and have de clared it? ye are my witnesses. Is there a God beside me? Yea, there is no God; I know not any.” (Isaiah 44:8). The lesson sermon also includes the following passage from the Christian Science Text-book: “Sci ence and Health, with Key to the Scriptures,” by Mary Baker Eddy: “The Scriptures inform us that man is made in the image and likeness of God. Matter is not that likeness. The likeness of spirit cannot be so unlike spirit. Man is spiritual and perfect, and because he is spiritual and perfect, he must be so understood in Christian Sci i ence.” (Page 475.) LENTLECTDRES ST CATHEDRAL A series of Lenten lectures o n Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays after the 4:00 o’clock Even Song Service, continuing until Easter, will be delivered by the Ca thedral clergy and clergymen of the Episcopal Diocese. To morrow at the Cathedral 4:00 o’clock Even Song Service, Rev. Calvert E. Buck will preach the sermon. Canon Stokes will be the preacher at the Holy Communion Service at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning. ACTING PASTOR NOW REGULAR Dr. H. H. Harmon was called to the permanent pastorate of the National City Christian Church at its congregational meeting on Thursday night. Dr. Harmon has been acting minister for several months and in view of his work, the church with unanimity called him to the permanent position. Tomorrow morning his subject will be “The Conquering Church.” At the evening ser vice there will be a musical program with a short sermon by Dr. Harmon on “The Fine Arts of Praise.” C. E. U. TO MEET The Christian Endeavor Union of the District of Columbia is preparing for a three-day con vention. February 18, 19 and 20, at the National City Chris tian Church. Howard W. Ferrin, president of the Providence Bible Institute, will be the principal speaker. CHRISTIAN National City Christian Church THOMAS CJRCLID H. H. HARMON. Minister EARLE WILFLEY Minister Emeritus 9:45 a. m.—Church School. 11:00 a. m. — “The Conquering Church,’ Dr. H. H. Harinon. 5:30 p. m. —Banquet Meeting. 6:45 p. m.—Young Peoples Meetings. 8:00 p. m.—“ The Fine Art of Prais ing,’ Dr, H. H. Harmon (with or gan recital and musical program by the choir). METHODIST EPISCOPAL William F. McDowell, Bishop B. W. Meeks, Dist. Supt. CALVARY Columbia Road, near Fifteenth Mark Depp. Minister Sunday Services at 11 A t CONG REG A T ION AL FIRST CHURCH 10th and G Sts. Dr. Allen A. Stockdale. Pastor Services 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. CENTRAL Y. M. C. A. ' L Sunday. 4:00 P. M. THE MARCH OF CHRISTIANITX AROUND THE WORLD" Motion Pictures. ~ Address AU Invited The National Daily RELIGIOUS LIFEjFGEORGE WASHINGTON An Aid to the Celebration of the Bicentennial es George Washington; a United Appeal for the Faith in God. Prayer and Worship Which He Practiced. The proper Celebretlon of the Bicentennial can not be fittingly observed without emphasising the vital Element of Religion active In the daily life of the Father of Hir Country „ Thia great man kept Faith with GOD snd found both need and time for Prayer, Worship and the Attainment of the Spiritual Virtues. . ( SIGN ED) GEORGE WASHINGTON To 1h» Clergv ot Different Denominntiom. Philadelphia. Pennevlvanta 11191) “Believing as I do that religion and morality are the essential pillars of civil society, I view with unspeakable pleasure that harmony and brotherly love which characterize the clergy of different denominations, exhibiting to the world a new and interesting spectacle, at once the pride of our country and the surest basis of universal peace.” The Desire of Washington For Divine Aid in His Crises By ALBERT JOSEPH McCARTNEY Pastor of the Covenant-First Presbyterian Church Once in a country church where a number of Presbyterian ministers were gathered together, at a luncheon, I heard an octogenarian minister make this pungent remark: “God re serves His heroes for such times as these.’' One cannot read thoughtfully the history of America from its smallest begin nings without feeling how trenchant the truism that ever the hour and the man God brings together.” Certainly one feels that in the two outstanding crises of our national his tory a blessed Providence placed first Washington and then Lincoln at the helm of the Ship of State. I have just been reading an account of the incidents lead ing up to the first inauguration, together with the addresses made by Washington to the Senate, by the Senate to the President, and in turn the reply of the President to the sen atonal address. These arc followed by similar addresses on the part of the House of Representatives to the President ami the President’s reply to the Members of the House. I have been profoundly impressed by the amount of space devoted in each one of these addresses to the religious side of the great and new adventure in political history. After a para graph in which he recites his disinclination to assume the re sponsibilities of state leadership and humbly recounts his disqualifications he then devotes a long paragraph in which he expresses his devotion to Almighty God and beseeches His benediction to the end that it “may consecrate to the liberties and happiness of the people of the United States a govern ment instituted by themselves for these essential purposes.” He expresses the confidence that not only the elected repre sentatives there assembled but all “my fellow citizens at large” share these sentiments. “No people can be bound to ac knowledge and adore the Invisible Hand which conducts the affairs of men more than those of the United States. Every step by which they have advanced to the character of an individual nation seems to have been distinguished by some token of Providential Agency.” After he has addressed him self to the present needs of the country he concludes his inaugural by another tribute “to the benign Parent of the Human Race in humble supplication. . . .so His divine bless ing may be equally conspicuous in the enlarged views, the temperate consultations, and wise measures on which the suc cess of this Government must depend.” To a religiously minded man it is refreshing to note in the reply of the Senate to the President’s inaugural their ac knowledgment of “the Great Arbiter of the universe, by whom empires rise and fall.” The address of the House of Representatives to the new President concludes thus: “All that remains is that we join in our fervent supplications for the blessings of Heaven on our country, and that we add our own for the choicest of these blessings on the most beloved of her citizens.” “That Almighty Being who rules over the universe; the Great. Autho;* of every public and private good; th! Invisible Hand which conducts the affairs of men; Providential. Agency; the benign Parent of the Human Race; His divine blessings; the Great Arbiter of the universe ; the protection of Almighty God; supplications for the blessings of Heaven on our country”—such constitute the phrases in the historical articles that frame the origin of the functioning of Ameri can government. What has become of this note of recogni tion of the leadership of Heaven, and our reliance upon “Kiat Wisdom that, cometh down from above and is profita ble to direct” in the affairs of state as in the affairs of every individual citizen! EVANGELISTIC CENTER • COMING—NATION A L ■REVIVAL CRUSADE* Full Gospel Tabernacle it N. Capitol & K Sts. Rev. HARRY L. COLLIER : 0:30 S. s. 6:30 Y. P. 11:00—Worship—7:30 Evangelistic Week of Prayer, February 7 to 14 Come —Get Ready for Revival • i THE SECULAR LEAGUE The SECULAR LEAGUE, t Musicians Hall, 1006 K St. SUNDAY, 3 P. M. “WHAT MANCHURIA MEANS TO AMERICA,” Hon. Paul M. Linebarger. Admission Free. Discussion. SPIRITUALIST THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH Lecture by the Pastor REV. ALFRED H TERRY. Subject: “SPIRITUALISM AND THE BIBLE,” Followed by Spirit Messages Sunday. « P. M.. at Pythian Temple, 101 S Ninth SL N. W. Second Floor ' * SATURDAY—FEBRUARY 6—1932 — » CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science - Churches or Christ Scientist Branches of The Mother Church The First Church of Christ SC'entiet in Boston. Mass. First Church ot Christ Scientist Columbia Rd and Euclid St. Second Church of Christ Scientist 111 C St. N. E. Third Churnh of Christ Scientist 13th and L Sts. N. W. Fourth Church of Christ Scientist 16th and Meridian Sta. N. W. SUBJECT! "Spirit" Services: SUNDAY 11 A. M. and 8 P M. SUNDAY SCHOOL.II A. M WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS 8 O'CLOCK READING ROOMS FIRST CHURCH —730 !7th St. N. W. Houra: » to » (except Wednesdays. 8 to 71 and Sundaya and holidaya. 2:30 io 6:30. SECOND CHURCH—III C St. N. £. Houra: 1:30 to 5:30 F. n>. z week days: closed Sundays snd holidays. THIRD CHURCH — Colorado Bids.. 14tb and G Sts. Houra: 0:30 to 0 (Wednesdays. 2:30 to 7:30 and Sundays and holidays. 2:30 to 5:301 FOURTH CHURCH — Tivoli Bldg.. 331! 14th Si 8:30 to 8 week days (except Wednesdays. 8:30 to 7:301 and Sundays and holidaya 2’30 to » p m. All are welcome to attend our church services and use our read- 'i in a rooms. st — i = An Appeal to the Hundreds of Thousands of Visitors to Attend the Service* in the Wel coming Church of Their Faith, by the Churches of the Nation's Capital. This pare la dedicated evkr» Saturday until No vember 19. 1932. to recalling The Religious 1 rails Basic In the Character of Georg* Wsshlngton. This inter-church voice calls the attention <»f all citizens and Bicentennial visitors to THE SOURCE from which he obtained the wisdom strength and in spiration to guide him throughout hia career. - COLOR MASSING' PLANNED AT EPIPHANY Regular services will be held at the Church of the Epiphany tomorrow, at 8 a. m„ with Holy Communion: 9:30. Church school; Ila. m., Holy Communion and ser mon by the Rev. Rolfe P. Crum. D. D„ of San Antonio, Tex. Eve ning service*and sermon by the Rev. Alvin Lamar Wills. The Society of Sponsors of the United States Navy will hold its fourth annual Massing of the Colors service in the church to morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Russell Langdon, of East Orange, N. J., prfesident of the society, will lead the procession of color bearers. The public is cordially invited to attend this cjprvirA CHUfIGHTOHEAR MISSION AIDE Dr. Robert E. Speer, secre tary of the Board of Foreign Missions, will deliver the ad dress tomorrow morning at the Covenant First Presbyterian Church. At 3 in the afternoon, Dr. Speer will give an address to the Presbytery of the city. On Thursday evening Dr. Mc- Cartney begins his series of Lenten addresses upon the Inti mate Character of the Twelve Disciples. The first subject will be “The Great Companion.” Mission Prayer Day Service Is Planned The woman’s council of the Washington Federation of Churches will observe the World Day of Prayer for Missions next Friday. A service will be held in the New York Avenue Pres byterian Church at 11 o'clock. Presiding officers will be Mrs H. M. Kendrick and Mrs. Walter R. Metz. An address will be de livered by Dr. J. R. Sizoo, pastor of the church. PRESBYTERIAN Rev. G. Chobot, Moderator — COVENANT-FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Connecticut Ave at 18th and N Sts. ALBERT JOSEPH M’CARTNEY, D.D. Minister J. WOODMAN BABBITT, A. M. Assistant Minister Morning Worship at 11 A. M. | Dr. Robert E Speer. Secretary of I the Board of Foreign Missions, L Speaking. H Sunday Afternoon, 3 P. M. Dr. Speer Speaking Before Preshy- I tery of the City of Washington I Sunday School at 9:45—A1l grades. Young People® Meetings 5:30 and 6:30 P. M. New York Avenue ! Church 13th and H and N. Y. Ave. Ministers: DR. JOSEPH R. SIZOO DR. ANDREW 4H. BRODIE 9:30 a. m.—Church Bible School. 11:00 a. m.—“ The Voice of Lin coln.” 8:00 p. m.—" William Penn and the Quaker.” PECK MEMORIAL CHAPEL Minister. Rev IRVING W. KETCHUM Pennsylvania Ave. 28th and M Sts. N. W. II A.M. — "UNSEEN FORCES’ 7-45 P.M.— “OUR ONLY DEPEND ENCE’ 9:45 and 3 p. in., S. S. C. E., 7 p. m. ROMAN CATHOLIC Rt, Rer. J. M. McNamara, Bishop Franciscan Monastery Fourteenth and Quincy Sta N. E. "THE HOLY LAND OF AMERICA” Containing replieae ol the fa mous shrines of Beihlehem. Naza reth Jerusalem. and the early Christian Catacombs of Rome. Open to visitors 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Holy Masses on Sundays at • and 7 o'clock. NEW JERUSALEM (Swdtnborgian) CHURCH OF THE HOLY CITY 16th St. N. W. above Q Services 11 a. m. 8 p. m. Sundaya Sun day School 9:45 a. m. Library open Wednesday , afternoon. Pastor. Rev Paul Sperry EVANGELICAL | “Japan's Fury and Armageddon" A Lecture br B. O. Wilkinson. Ph. D. 7:39 P. M — Glee Club or Wish. (Mlss.l Colleg, MT. PLEASANT HALL 1813 Columbia Rd. N. W JI SUNDAY, FEB. 7 FREE Il POHICK CMUBCH SIZOO’S THEME. ANNIVERSARY OF LINCOLN At the New York Avenue Pres- , byterian Church on Sunday morn ing. the service will be in the nature of an observance of the anniversary of the birth of Abra ham Lincoln, who attended this church during his administration as President of the United States. Dr. Sizoo will have for his subject on this occasion “The Voice of Lincoln.” At the evening service. Dr. i Sizoo will continue his series of sermons on “The Religious Lead ers of the Colonial Period.” when 4 he will speak on William Penn. Sunday evening the young peo ple will gather for tea with Miss Minnie McAtee as hostess. Tabernacle Revival For Bicentennial The Full Gospel Tabernacle is preparing for a revival cru sade to continue during the Bicentennial. Several noted evangelists are to engage with the pastor in this series. To morrow morning Rev. Collier will preach upon the topic “A National Revival,” and at the evening evangelistic service his subject will be “World Travail.” ‘BY THE’WAYSIDE’ Rev. Harold E. Beatty, pastor of the Georgetown Lutheran Church, will preach tomorrow morning on the subject, “By the Wayside.” His evening topic will be “Go Tell.” PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL Right Rev. J. E. Freeman, Bishop Dr. D. W. Curran, Diocesan Exec. Sec. j WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL I , I Wisconsin Ave. N W„ n r Woodley Rd. I Quinquagesitna, February 7 I Hajy Communion 7:30 a m. I ; Morning Prayer and Lit- I any 10:00 am, I . Holy Communion and Ser mon: Preacher. Canon Stokes 11:00 am. People’s Evensong and Sermon: Preacher. The Rev. Calvert E. Buck, Supt. of the E. E. & T. Hospital 4:90 p.m Ash Wednesdday, February 10 I Holy Communion 7 :30 a m. ’ ! Litany 19:00 a.m, Mm iiiitg Prayer. Sermon and Penitential Office. Preacher, The Bishop of Washington 11 :00 a m. (Nationwide broadcast of ’Prmonl Lenten* Lectures on Tuesdays, Wednesdays. Thursdays and Fridays * at 4 p. m. Take Wisconsin Avenue Cars or Woodley Road Bus Line i EPIPHANY 1317 G St. N. W. Rev. Z. B. PHILLIPS. DD . LL.D. ' Rev. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS. MA ' B:OOA.M.— Holy Communion 9:30 AM. —Church School 1 11:00 A.M. — Holv Communion and Sermon. Rev. Rolfe P. Ci uni. D.D. i 4:00 P.M. —Fourth annual service of the Massing of 'he Col- 4 ore of The Society of Sponsors of the United States Navy 6:30 P.M.— Young people's Society U | 1 8:00 P.M. —Evening Service and Ser mon: “’The Meaning of Lent’’—Rev Mr. Wills Services on Ash Wednesday: 7:30 A.M.—Holy Communion 10:30 A.M. —Litany. Penitential 1 f five. Holy Common n and Sermon by the R‘ t i■■. : I | q 1 ~- 1 - ■ —~ SAINT JOHN’S Church of the President* Lafavetta Square , Clergy: Rev. ROBERT JOHNSTON. D.D Rev. LEON A. SHEARER Houra of Service «:00 a. tn.: 11:00 a. m.; 1:4B t> tn. fl METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH E. D. Mouton, Bishop J. H. Wells, Presiding Elder EPWORTH 13th St. and North (aiolma Ave. N. E. JOHN C. COPENHAVER. D. D.. Pastor 11A.M. —Sermon by the Pastor: ‘DOING GREATER WORKS THAN JESUS Sacrament of the Lord s Supper 8 P M.—Sermon hy the Pastor: "LIV* ING VERSUS EXISTING. Sunday School. Epworth League. Mid week Prayer Meeting. Music by vested choir. All invited to all services. LUTHERAN ST. MARK'S CHURCH Bth qnd B St* S. W Rev II DF.NNINGTIIN HAYES. P»«fot. , Sunday. 915 a m Bible School: 11 a•" • F the Service *iih Sermon. Wednesday. 8 n a* L. L. Prayer Service BAPTIST H. W. O. Millington, Exec. Sec. THE EUZELIAN CLASS OF YOUNG WOMEN The Young Men’s Class Os the Sunday School — First Bantist Church Invite Von to Their Services Sunday. »:3O A. M. Itlth * O Ste. N. W. * Study Service Sociability METROPOLITAN Sixth and A Eta N. E. JOHN COMPTON BALL. Paator Service*—ll:oo A. M. 1:41 r. M.