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THE CHURCHES Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. H. M. Snyder, Pastor Parsonage, N. W. Cor. 6th Avenue and Oak Street Phone 636 Combination Service, .Sunday, 10:00 to 12:00 a. m. A service for study and worship. Welcome. The Spring. Bazaar will be held Saturday, April 8th, at the Knights of. Columbus Hall. Dinners will be served both noon and evening. Aprons, Fancy Work, Candy, and many other useful things will be on sale. , Sunday, April 9th, a large class of young people will be confirmed. Good Friday evening, at 8:00 o'clock, Holy Communinon will be celebrated. Sermon and music. Special Easter services in the morning- and evening. All are in vited. At 8:00 p. m. the Choir will xender the Easter Cantata. The following music will be rend ered at Trinity Lutheran Church dur ing Holy Week, by the Church Chorus : PALM SUNDAY Solo "The Palms" (Violin Obli gato) Miss Lucy Hoke GOOD FRIDAY 8:00 P. M. Solo "He was Despised and Reject ed of Men" .... Handel's Messiah Mrs. C. F. Wiest (Violin Obligato) Carl Malmberg EASTER SUNDAY (Morning Service) Solo "I Know That My Redeemer Lives" Handel's Messiah Mrs. Victor Holm (Violin Obligato) Carl Malmberg Chorus Gloria from Twelfth Mass Mozart Trinity Lutheran Chorus (Evening Service) 8:00 P. M. Easter -Cantata "My Redeemer Lives" Ira B. Wilson Program Violin Solo, with Pipe Organ Accom paniment .'. Selected Carl Malmberg, Violin Mrs. C. E. Malmberg, Organ Invocation Rev. II. M. Snyder Announcements Offertory Solo Mrs. C. E. Malmberg, Organ Cantata Chorus "Night May be Dark" Mezzo Soprano Solo with Choir Re sponse "Behold the Lamb of God" Miss Helen Fowler, Soloist Soprano and Alto Duet "Joy Com eth with the 'Morning" Miss Lucy Hoke, Soprano Miss Christine Harder, Alto Contralto Solo and Women's Chorus, "Very Early in the Morning" Mrs. C. F. Wiest, Soloist Chorus "Behold, There Was a Great Earthquake" Soprano Solo "Fear Not Ye" Miss Lucy Hoke Tenor and Bass Duet "He is Risen" 'Mr. Frank Evans, Tenor Mr. C. E. Malmberg, Bass Chorus Chorus, with soprano obligato "Where, Crave, is Thy Victory" Mrs. Victor Holm, Soloist Soprano Solo "I Know That My Re deemer Lives" Mrs. Victor Holm Chorus "Christ the Lord is Risen" Bass Recitative "I am With You Alway" Rev. H. M. Snyder Final Chorus "Alleluia" First Baptist Church H. Mac D. Thompson, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. in. Evening Worship at 8 p. m. The Pastor will speak at both services-Theme of the morning sermon, "The Gospel in Pantomime." Presbyterian Church Gerrit Snyder, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. .11:001 a. nru Morning Service 'with Communion and reception of new members. A full attendance is requested.. 6:00 p. m. Young People's So cial Hour at the Manse. 7:00 p. m. Devotional Meeting. The time for all the evening serv ices is changed April 1st, to half an "hour later. Methodist Episcopal Church Glenn A. Baldwin, .pastor. The subject for the morning serv ice, "Earth's Greatest Royal Proces sion and One Man's Contribution to It." " In the evening the theme "Makind Adrift."' Passion Week' will be observed this earning week, April 9-16. Services every evening. during the week but Saturday. The general theme for the week, "My Lord and Myself." Monday "The Man Jesus." Tuesday "The Man in Every Day Life." Wednesday "The Man in Moral Conflict." Thursday "The Man in Religious Life,:' Friday "The Perfect Man." The Young Woman's .Missionary Society entertained the Student Aux iliary to a hidden supper Monday evening at the Parsonage. Suppers for two in boxes, suit cases, kettles, etc. were hidden in the attic and basement. After couples found their lunch and had assembled, Mrs. Bald win gave a very interesting discus sion on the "Missionary Work of Hays District" showing the students how they can project Missionary work throughout the District. A fine social time followed. A group of Epworth Leaguers will go for a hike Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, taking their dinners along and return that afternoon. Join the bunch and bring your baskets with you. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society will meet Wed nesday afternoon at three o'clock at the parsonage with the following study program: The Home Missionary Study from Chapter 2 of Survey to Service Mrs. Enfield The Foreign Missionary Study, Chap ter 2 and 3 from the A Be Ce Dary Mrs. Carl Kraus HIGH SCHOOL OPERETTA The Operetta, "Miss Cherry blos som," will be given by the High School under the direction of , Miss Creighton, Friday, April 7, at the Strand Theatre. The prices are 25c and 50c. The following is a short story of the operetta: Miss Evelyn Barnes, an American girl born in Japan, and whose parents die of fever, ' is brought up as a Japanese maid. Her father's secretary uses her property for his own ends. When Evelyn, who is known as Cherryblossom, is about eighteen, Worthington (the secre tary) returns to Japan on ihis yacht with a party of American friends. One of them, John Henry Smith, falls in love with Cherry and wishes to marry her, but Kokemo" who has brought her up as his own daughter, wants her to marry Togo, a rich poli tician. The action centers around Jack's effort to outwit Togo and Ko kemo. Eventually Cherry learns her true identity, comes into her own property and marries Jack. The cast is made up of the follow ing people: Cherryblossom Eva Wood Kokemo, a proprietor of a tea garden Joe Addison John Henry Smith, a New York er Eari Barry Horace Worthington, a New Yorker Carl Malmberg Henry Foster Jones, Jack's pal in love with Jessica John Shively James Young, Worthington's secretary Isaiah. Jewell Jessica Vanderpool, Worthing ton's niece Anna Rhoads Togo, a Japanese politician of high rank Oscar Snyder Choruses, Geisha Girls, American Girls and Men Ben Franklin's Parents. Benjamin Franklin's father, Joslah Franklin, emigrated to America from England about 1GS5. His mother, a second wife, was the daughter pf Peter Folger, a leading settler, noted for his philanthropy and tolerance. I Hi PORTRAITURE I PHOTOGRAPHS I I That Please 1 1 at I . ' i I Prices that 1 Attract I No Annoying 1 Delays, Either 5 M-A-EIC-E fl. HAYS, KANSAS TEACH. ERS Community Children's Week, April 16-23. Help the children of Hays to have a good clean wholesome time. The program for Children's Week is as follows: Sunday Talks for Parents. Monday Story and Play Hour. Tuesday 'Matinee at Strand. Children's picture. Wednesday May Fete by Chil dren. Community Mass Meeting and Supper. Thursday Song Festival and Pa rade. , Friday Cradle IRoll Party. Saturday Children's Party. Sunday Talks for Children. (First published in the Hays Free Press, April 6, 1922.) ROAD NOTICE State of Kansas, Ellis County, ss. Office of County Clerk, Hays, Kansas, April 5, 1922. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Take Notice, That a legal peti tion signed by John L. Kruger and other Householders of Freedom Township, in said County, has been presented to the Board of County Commissioners, praying for the loca tion of a road, as follows viz: Beginning at the N. W. corner of Sec. 22, T. 12, R. 16, thence South three miles on section line between sctions 21 and 22, 27 and 28, 33 and 34, T. 15, R. 16. terminating at the S. W. corner of Sec. 34, 15-16, inter mediate points, a common corner to sections 21. 22. 27 and 28, and 27, 28, 33 and 34, T. 15. R. 1G. Also be ginning at the S. W. corner of Sec. 27, T. 15, R 16, thence west on Sec tion line between sections 28 and 33, T 15, R. 16, terminating at the S. W. corner of Sec. 28, T. 15, R. 16. Road i it CHILDREN, PARENTS, on Westinghouse , MAZDA LAMPS Effective April 1, 1922 10 to 50 Watt inclusive 35c 60 Watt 40c 75 Watt, Clear 70c 75 Watt, Blue Daylight .... 80c 100 Watt, Clear 95c 100 Watt, Blue Daylight 1.10 200 Watt 2.10 25 Watt Round Frosted .... 55c 40 Watt, Round Frosted .... 65c Pone 238 WARD & BISSING Electrical Contractors HAYS, T73 FORT HAYS KANSAS April' 30 to May 7, 1922 OFFERS Raoul Vidas, Great French Violinist, Sunday, April 30 3:00 o'clock p. m. "The Creation" Chorus, Sunday, April 30, 8:00 p. m. 578 voices and great trio Schumann-Heink, Sunday, May 7, 3 :00 p. m. World's Greatest Contralto "The Messiah" Chorus, Sunday, May 7,-800 p. m. 578 voices and great quartet SIXTEEN BIG PROGRAMS DURING THE WEEK Tickets for each Sunday program, $2.00, $1.50 land $1.00. Sale opens April 1. For tickets, dnf ormation or free souvenir booklet; address - - Secretary, Music Festival Week to be 40 feet wide. And that said Board has appointed John Jacobs, Frank At wood and Christ Von Lintel, Viewers, who will meet at the place of beginning of said road, as petitioned for, on the 27th day of April, 1922, and proceed to view said road .as the law directs, at which time and place all persons interested may attend and have a hearing. . In case said Viewers fail to meet on the day designated they may meet on the following day, as provided by law, without further notice. ' BY ORDER OF THE BOARD 0 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Witness my hand and official seal of said County, this 5th day of April, 1922. M. A. Basgall, (L S) County Clerk. Thought. Thinking leads man to knowledge; he may, see and hear, and read and learn, as much as he please, he will never know any of It, except that which he has thought over, that which by thinking he has made the property of his mind. Take away thought from man's life, and what remains? I'esta lozzl. Kind Intervention. A Pittsburgh man broke his leg chas ing a skunk. 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