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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, August 25, 1918.
Don't Cash Your War Savings Stamps
Tf iu iir rn f vint ir f r o n cJi vnn r War S'.ivinrrQ (imnc aw o n n n f f nrrl f n
hold them. Your government needs every penny it can get to help carry on the
war. Don't ask Uncle Sam for the money you agreed to let him have for five
Back Up the Boys Don't Strike Them in the Back
You are taking food from the mouths and guns from theTiands of ihe Soldiers
who are fighting for you if you cash your War Savings Stamps now.
Sunday Church Services
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Williams, Ariz.
Miss Hejen Rounseville was hostess
at a parly Tuesday afternoon, Riven
Ht the home of her aunt, Mrs. George
The ladies of the Methodist church
extend an invitation to the ladies of
Williams to attend the thimtile hce to
be Riven by the Ladies' aid, Tuesday,
Aupust 27, at the home of Mrs. l'.ert
Kerny. The meeting will begin at
2:30 o'clockj
The babies of Belgium are to receive
a bit of benefit from the patriotism
fo manifest in Williams, if the plans
of the Belgium Relief society meet
With success. Mrs. A. Sine has been
unpointed local chairman of the so
1 eiety and has placed small milk bot
tles, with explanatory labels, in the
various stores, into which small con
triln:Pons 'may be dropped. It is not
the plan of the local workers to carry
on u large campaign for this work, as
wuiiams is tnorougnly occupied In
Jicd Cross work, and it Is not desired
that interest should bo detracted from
Services will be held in Williams to
day at both churches. In the morn
lng the sermon will be given at the
Kpiscopal church by Rev. II. S. Brew
ster, of Winslow, and it is announced
that special music will be given. In
the evening Hev. Brewster will preach
at the Methodist church, at 8:00
o'clock. ,
Much interest is being awakened
this week with the announcement that
the opera "Robin Mood" will soon be
given here for the Red Cross. It will
be under the direction of nr. and Mrs.
Richard M. Scott, and the cast will in
clude many of Williams talented ama
teur actors. September 19 is the (late
the play will be presented at the Sul
tana theater.
Francis D. Crable was in town from
Flagstaff Thursday.
John Hennessy, democratic nominee
for state senator, was a Williams vis
itor Thursday, having motored over
to meet his political friends.
Harry Deal was in Flagstaff the
first of this week on business.
Among Williams boys who will
leave for the training camps soon are
Prince I. Yoder, Lilo Padillu, Pedro
Chavez, J. Thomas Morehead, J. A.
Stark,, Edward F, Miller, Joseph A.
Rodriguez. They are scheduled to en
train for Camp Pike, Ark., this com
ing Tuesday.
F. M. Gold was a Flagstaff visitor
Thursday, going there on legal and
political business. Mr. Gold is a dem-
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.vonxii Focnrn sthekt gosi-ki
ISOO North Fourth Street.
Sunday school and Bible class at
f:43 a. in. Tonic this week: "Speaking
for Christ." All scholars and friends
are urged to be present to help in mak
ing the final plans for the picnic to be
held on Labor Day, September 2.
11 a. m. Breaking of breail in re
membrance of the Lord.
7 p. m. Preaching of the gospel by
Carl Armerding. SuL-Ject: "The Pro
phet Who Discovered Himself."
Wednesday at 8 p. m- A meeting
for prayer.
Thursday at 8 p. m Bible class
meets for study of the Kpistlo to the
Romans. We begin chapter four this
week. Everybody welcome.
Corner Arm an( (vntral.
Joshua C Jones, Pastor.
At 11:00 a. m. The pastor will
preach on the Bubject: "Too Late
I Not So."
I Chorus choir will sing anthem
I "Redeeming Love."
At 8:00 p. m. A special program
I will be rendered by the children and
young people of the Sunday school.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. John F.
Major, superintendent.
Senior Epworth league 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening,
g o'clock.
Come worship with us and we will
do thee good.
Corner Coal nnil Broadwaj.
Itev. Itlohfonl I). Orton, Pnstor.
Residence, 424 South Edith.
Hours of worship:
Suday school 9:45 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
C. E. and eveninu service combined
7:00 p. m.
Superintendent of Sunday school Is
Mr. H. L. Snyder. You will find a
welcome and a class at our Sunday
At the morning worship the pastor
will preach on the subject: "Apprecia
tion." The music will be In charge of E.
Stanley Seder.
In the evening the young people will
discuss: "The Power of the Cross on
the Frontier."
The pastor will give his fifteen-minute
address on: "Power in Your Life."
You will find'a welcome at our wor
ship; and in our worship you will find
stimulation for your spiritual life. We
want strangers In the city to feel they
are Invited.
Every member and friend is asked tc
contribute un amount equivalent to one
day's income, to cancel remaining in
debtedness on the lots purchased two
years ago.
Sodality mass 7:00 a. m.
Children's mas 8:30 a. m.
Hate mass and sermon 10:00.
Evening service 7:30.
Silver avenue and Fourth street..
Rev. K Ji. Bullock. Rector.
Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion 7:00 a. m-
. Church school 9:45 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon 11.
University Heights school 9:30
a. m.
Despite official denials, reports persist in Rome and London that the
prince of Wales, who recently visited Italy, is to marry Princess Yolanda,
uldett daughter of King Victor Emmanuel of Jlaly. She is seventeen years
old and has been or.? of the most beautiful chil.lre'i of European royalty
since childhood.
ocratic candidate for tha nomination
to the office of county attorney.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rawlins left
Monday night for Gallup, N. M.,
where they will make their home.
Miss L. Jones, assistant librarian of
the University of Arizona, arrived In
Williams Wednesday from Tucson and
will win
the war
produce it
with a
war garden
will spend several weeks' vacation
here as I he guest of Mrs, Lockwood
and family.
W. F. Thoniasaon. of Red Lake, has
completed transactions for the pur
chase, of Ed. Uoupe's property at Red
Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roupe are now
living in town.
J. A. Higglnbothum of Flagstaff,
was in Williams Thursday, He an
nounced his candidacy for county assessor.
Society Favorite to
Marry Army Officer
Corner Lead and South Third,
diaries Osrar Bevkmaii, Pastor.
Miss Edith C2orhy, Ieanes.g
The pastor speaks at 11 a. m, and
7 p. m. Morning theme: "Two Imper
ial Ideas of God."
Evening sermon the second in a se
ries of sermons on the war, entitled
"Germany's Interpretation of the
Powers that Be are Ordained of God,"
or "Bismarkism Doomed."
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Epworth League 7:00 p. m.
Special music morning
Anthem "Thou Great
(Nerrln.) Ladies' Chorus.
Solo Seleoted. Miss
Mathes. .
Anthem "Keep the Home Fires
Burning." Miss Beatrice Selsor and
Solo Selected. Miss Alberta Haw
thorne. A fifteen minute patriotic song serv
ice at night. i .
A welcome tor all.
Bible school 9:15 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock,
i Sermon by Neil Ferguson.
Subject: "An Old-time Chrlstiun
Patriot a Model for Today."
C. E. 7:00 p. m.
Everybody welcome In this home
like church.
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Corner l-ari Avrnuo and South
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Sermon: "The Condition of Peace,"
by Dr. A. P. Wedge.
Sperlal music: Anthem by choir
"Great Is Jehovah."
. Offertory solo: "The Homeland"
Miss Ruth Thurman.
Evening worship 8 p. m.
Sermon: ''Generous Living," by Dr.
A. I. Wedge.
Special music: Solo "The Colors
That Will Not Run" Mr. G. If. Kan
ady. Offertory Duet: "A Little While"
Miss Ruth Thurman and Mrs. Ward L.
Junior B. Y. P. IT. 6:30 p. m.
Senior B. Y. P. IT. 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesdays, 8 p. in.
All visitors heartily welcomed to
these services.
(Comer Fifth and Silver Avenue.)
Hugh A. Coonrr. Charles It.
McKoan. Pastors.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Edward
B. Cristy., superintendent.
Morning service 11a.m.
Sermon "The Story of Enoch."
Organ prelude: "Romance." (West
brook.) Offertory: "Offertolre." fHofmann.)
' Quintette: "The Silent Sea." Neid-
KHE truly great In let
UL ters, art, or music
are never provincial
They have a message (or
the world, and the world
listens. The Baldwin Piano
speak in a tone that appeals
to all humanity. It is the
American instrument that has
become a world favorite. The
admiration for it abroad as at
home attests its leadership.
Atk for Tht Book of tht Baldwin.
l'!!!r.:lHHIIIMI!'.'"!,lll 1 1 H 1 ITTTTI 1
linger.) Miss Wolking, Mrs. Bradford,
Mrs. Sutton, Mr. Kanady, Mr. Mc
Kean. Solo: "The Good Shepherd." (Van
de Water.) Mrs. Bradford.
Christian Endeavor and evening
service, 8 p. m.
Leader Miss Irtna Wolking.
Topic: "The Power of the Cross on
the Frontier." Ps. 107:33-43.
Rev. George Logle will speak on the
work of the Cook Bible school of Phoe
nix, Ariz.
Music: For the Indians of the South
west. Quartette: "Cast Thy Bread on the
Waters." ( Rocckel - Hodges.) Mrs
Bradford, Mrs. Sutton, Mr. Kanady,
Mr. McKean.
Solo: "I'm a Pilgrim." (Johnson.)
Evangeline Perry. j
Organist Mrs. D. W. Faw. ' !
Choir director Mrs. E. L. Bradford.
I'se of freight cars almost exclu
sively for shipment of food, coal, mu
nitions, etc., has marie It necessary
for automobile dealers to adopt a sys
tem of driving a great many ears from
the various factories to their home
eltier. This, in turn, has necessitated
the finding of drivers, sometimes In
large numbers. 1
A dealer in Savannah, Ga., recently
had occasion to drive a considerable
number of cars from the factory in
Detroit to Savannah. He let it be
known to a friend or two that he
would pay a man $7 5 to go to Detro't
and drive an automobile to Savannah,
the driver to bear whatever expense
he contracted over and above $75. The
offer got around, tho newspapers
printed it, and the dealer was over
whelmed with acceptances.
The men who finally were selected
to make up the driving party included
a college student, whose father took
him out of school to make the trip,
several grocers, the city court sheriff...
a wholesale grain dealer, a commls
sion merchant, an insurance man, i
lumber dealer, a physician and several
The party of 24 several of the men
being accompanied by their wives
started away from Detroit in seven
teen Dodgo Brothers motif1 cars. It
was expected -that the I driveawav
would arrive in Savannah in sev;n
days. Tho route was by way of To
ledo, Davton. Cincinnati, Louisville,
Ky., Nashville. Tcnn.. Huntsvlllo, Ala.,
and Atlanta, Ga. Tho dealer's plan
operated so successfully that he ex
pects to use it again and again In fu
ture dilve-aways.
He Miss Wiles dropped me a line
She Lookout! That girl is trying to
hook you. i
Carl Sclimlrt. Pastor,
Residence, 31)8 south Arno Erect
. Phone 2017.
There will be no Sunday school or
preaching services In our hall In the
library this Sunday. In place of the
regular services the corner stone of
our new church will be laid. An appro
priate service will be held at the place
where tho church Is being built, at
Gold and Arno. ' Services begin at
10:30 a. in. At all times the church
extends a cordial welcome to the
The time you save by housecleaning wilh
Will Help You Look After a War Garden
Do your cleaning In one-fourth
the time and without tiring
yourself. Use a Hoover. Uti-,
lize the time and energy thus
saved to care for a war gar
den. Hoover your time, put
your back yard on the honor
roll and enable the nation
to send more food to our boys
in the trenches.
A Hoover beats out Imbed
ded grit, sweeps up the stub-
bornest litter and withdraws
the dirt by suction. The pat
ented Hoover Beating-Sweeping
Brush, revolved over 1.009
times a minute by the electric
motor, enables The Hoover to
beat and thoroughly sweep
your carpetlngs in addition to
"vacuum cleaning" them.
Let us demonstrate. Terms if
desired. Four sizes one for
every purse.
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The engagement of Miss Virginia
Cannon Le Seure to Captain William
Hougteling of Chicago and San Fran--c.kco.
hns been announced. Miss Ee
Seure, who is the niece of Represen
tative Joseph G. .Cannon, has pent
h-evtra' wintei t in Washington, w'.iore
she nas been very popular with much
of t e keen wit for which "lnck
J e is famous. .
Mars (hotly) Blame me for start
ing this war and I'll bang you on the
nose! f
The devil Oho! I suppose I did It.
Cht "" :
ivrars I'm not saying; that J ftlwayt
found you a decent sor of fleylj,
Christian Science services are held
at 418 West Gold avenue, every Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock.
Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock.
Wednesday evening meetings at S
Reading room open daily except
Sundays and holidays from 2:30 to
6:30 p. m. at 418 West Gold avenue,
second floor.
A free circulating" library, Including
all the works of Mary Baker Eddy,
and other authorized Christian Science
literature, Is maintained In connection
Kith the reading room.
The public is cordially Invited to at
tend the Sunday services, the Wednes
day evening meetings, and to visit the
reading room.
Meets each Lord's day In the north
west corner basement room of the Al
buquerque public library.
Song service from 10 to 10:30 a. m.
Bible study from 10.80 to 11.30 a. m.
Communion services from 11:30 to
12 m.
Lesson for August 25, tenth chapter,
Second Corinthians.
Would be glad to have all who feel
Interested to come and be with us and
It will do you good. ' Come along and
bring others with you. R, A. Talley,
J. H. Edwards, elders. . '
(Corner silver and .ixth.)
Arthur M. Knudsen, Pastor.
Residence. 3fl 8. Sixth. Phone !29
"Why Do We Suffer?" This question
wil be discussed by the pastor in hit.
morning message on "The Mystery of
Suffering" at the 11 o'clock service. It
will be the first of two companion ser
mons on the problem of pain. The
choir will sing "O Light of Light."
(Julian-Heyser.) t 1
The evenlna worship will be com
bined with the Christian Endeavor
meeting at 8 o'clock. The topic Is
"The Cross on the Frontier," and will
be introduced by Rev. O. P. Schoen
berg. The pastor will follow with a
message on "A pioneer for God."
Anthem by the choir "Lord of
Earth." (Grant-Nelson.)
The Sunday school meets at 9:45 a.
m. A. W. Kraemer, superintendent.
The church council will meet Mon
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the church every
Wednesday evening; at 8. '
H is planned to nfcelv a special of
fering, known as the Day's Income Of
fering on September 8 for th W und-
Gets Great Returns From
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