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l)r. Bunnell io Deliver Notable
Address at Special Ser
vices Tomorrow
Grate Methodist Episcopal Church,
State street near Third, will ho the
scene of a special memorial and \ ie
tory service on Sunday evening, No
vember 21, at 7.30 o'clock.
The first gold stars will be added
to the Graco church service banner
iu memory of two of lier sons who
have given their all for liberty and
righteousness. The. first gold star
to be put on the service banner will
represent the sacrifice of Private
Robert A. 8011, a life-long mem'
her of Grace church, who served
in Company C, 11th Regiment of
Infantry. U. S. Marine Corps. He
died at Base Hospital 902, Camp
Quantico, Quantico, Va., on Septem
ber 27, the very day the other mem
bers of his regiment sailed for
Fiance. The other gold star will
represent the sacrifice of Lieuten
ant Harold Fox. Company D, 316 th
Infantry, who died on September 26,
somewhere in France. Lieutenant
Fox was an honorury member of the
Grace church service banner, as he
was a member of Grace church for
seven years, during the pastorate of
his father. Dr. John D. Fox, anil
transferred his membership to his
father's church in Philadelphia a
very short time before lie entered
the service.
The first red star will also be
added to the service banner on Sun
day evening, in honor of Miss Julia
Stamm. the popular captain of Dog
wood Troup No. 1 of the Girl Scouts
of America, who is now doing can
teen work somewhere in France. In
addition to these stars there will be
twenty-tliree more service stars add
ed to the already lull Grace church
service banner, and fitting services
will attend the placing of each one
of these stars on the banner.
At the special memorial and vic
tory service, Dr. Bagnell will speak
on the topic "Moral and Spiritual
Values of the War." The Grace
church chorus choir, under the lead
ership of Professor John W. Phillips,
will sing as a memorial to the two
gold stars, "Hark. Hark, My Soul,"
by Shelley, and in honor of the twen
ty-three new service stars and the
one red star. The Strain Upraised,"
by Dudley Buck.
In the morning at 10.30 o'clock
Dr. Bagnell will preach on the topic,
"Spiritual Reciprocity."
There will be a big Red Cross
meeting in Grace cliurch on Mon
day evening, with David E. Tracy
presiding, and Dr. Bagnell giving his
newest lecture on '\orktown and
Sedan" or "America Pays Her Debt
to France." Admission will be free,
but a special ottering will be taken
for tlie benefit of the Grace ehureli
auxiliary of the American Red Cross.
On Thursday morning, November
28, at 10.30 o'clock, an extraordin
ary loyalty anil Thanksgiving serv
ice will be held.
Further notices of the Red Cross
meeting and the loyalty and Thanks
giving service will be made in this
paper at a later date.
(Other Church News on Page 8.)
This Is an Invitation I'or Yoli to Conic and Enjoy the
Big Sunday Afternoon Meetings
For Men and Women
At the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A.
Cor. Rcily and Wallace Sts.
Every Sunday at 3.30 P. M.
Good Singing—lnteresting. Instructive and Inspiring Messages and
s Testimonies That Thrill
St. Stephen's Church
8.00 A. M, —Holy Communion.
11.00 A.M. —Sermon Subject, "Put l*p Thy Sword"
7.30 P. M. —"The Beauty of Holiness" '
S A. M.—Holy Communion.
1 1 A. M.—Sermon by Bishop Darlington.
tllSanJav Evening, 7:30 O'clock
Methodist Episcopal
State Street, near Third Street
Rev. Dr. Robt. Bagnell, Minister
"Moral and Spiritual
Values of the War"
In Honor of Grace Church Boys
Sunday Morning Service at 10.30 o'clock.
Sermon by the Minister. Subject, "Spiritual
Monday evening, November 25th, a lec
ture by Dr. Bagnell for the benefit of Grace
Church Auxiliary of the Rfed Cross. Subject,
"Yorktown and Sedan—America Pays Her
Debt to France." No admission, but an
offering will be received.
\ Activities of Local Endeavor
ers Are Many as Winter
Program Opens
Six thousand Endeavorers ure ex
petted to attend the big mobilization
! of tlie Endeavor Societies of Pltts
! bugh, Allegheny county, with a rep
; resentative dele\ation from every
county in the s'.ate, at the Syria
Mosque, Pittsburgh, on Tuesday, De
cember 2. The gathering' will he one
of the greatest events in the history
of the young people's work in the
western part of the state.
The State Executive Committee
will meet in the morning at 10
o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. building.
All members of the committee and
delegates will be guests of the Alle
gheny county Endeavorers. Lunch
eon at noon will be served at the
Kaufman Si Baer dining room.
Plans are being completed for a
6 o'clock dinner in honor of Dr. and
Mrs. Francis E. Clark, Of Boston;
E. P. Gates, of Illinois, and the SJate
Executive Committee.
Business sessions and eoulorenees
will lie held during the day and in
the evening a big mass meeting will
be held.
Allegheny, Allegheny, fairest in the
Allegheny, Allegheny, true Endeavor
Every county in old Pennsy sure will
do Us tiest
But Allegheny county still is bound
to lead the rest,
St. Paul's Lutheran Society, Mil
lersburg, are stirring things with fol
lowing new corps of oflleers: Presi
dent, Ed. Khineberger; vice-presi
dent, Lester Hoy; corresponding sec
retary, Miss Annie Freck: recording
secretary, Miss Mary Rigler. treas
urer, Wilber C, Cummings; pianist.
Miss Mary Eby; assistant pianist.
Luther P. Cummings. The pastor
is the Rev. J. N. Musseltnan.
•Miss Esther Dewees will have
charge of the Endeavor meeting at
the Westminster Presbyterian So-'
eiety on Sunday evening.
Miss Leora James, formerly of
Rocky Mount, N. C„ now a mission
ary in Brazil, was so successful in
organizing new Christian Endeavor
Societies in that country that she at
tracted the attention of the govern
ment, which offered her a position as
head of a state school of domestic
science. She is carrying on her work
for C. E. from the vantage ground
of iter state position.
St. Paul's Lutheran Endeavorers
of New Cumberland will hold a
meeting that will interest all work
ers on Sunday evening. Miss Mast
will corwJuet the service.
During the past year thousands of
troops have passed through the port
of Durban, South Africa, en route
for England, and this fact gave a
Durban Baptist Society the oppor
tunity to hold socials for the boys.
Eighty soldiers attended the first so
cial. and as many as 150 attended
later socials. Officers, missionaries,
chaplains and others were attracted
throng!' this work to the society and
, . v
! spoke at its regular meetings.
"Count Your Mercies" will le the
; topic thut will be studied in many
] Endeavor socJiNies throughout the
j world on Sunday evening.
Miss I-a ma Tlostetter will tell the
| Endeavorers of the Bethlehem Lu
theran Society how to be thankful
I for the many blessings received dur
| ing the past year.
. Keystone Leaguers of the Grace
| United Evangelical Church, Steelton,
elected new oflleers for the ensuing
term as follows: President, J. M.
i Cooper; vice-president. S. Fred Con
ner: secretary, Mrs. Ed. Hershey;
assistant secretary, Mrs. William
j Nickey; treasurer, Albort Sottder;
pianist. It. C. Westbrook; assistant
pianist, Mrs. Charles Xerhood. The
Rev. J. K. Hoffman, pastor.
Dauphin County Endeavorers are
aiming for 2,f>00 in attendance at the
big meeting on Tuesday in the Sec
ond Reformed Church? The lunch
eon will have many special features
for E. E. workers.
Dr. Daniel A. I'oling has made en
gagements for every day till Decem
ber 22. and after Christmas ho starts
again for France?
Chicago once turned out to thy
number of 5,.">00 to bear Dr. Clark—
the largest C. E. Rally ever held?
Pittsburgh is going to beat that rec
ard. Aim —6.000.
McKeesport,. though far away, is
going to give the closer branches a
run for first place at the Pittsburgh
Hats are off to County President A.
H. Brownell? Follow his leading and
break all records.
WANTED- —-2,500 Endeavorers are
wanted at the Dig mass inciting in
Second Reformed Church on next
Tuesday evening. Local -societies are
urged to send the number of En
deavors and name-of society expected
to attend the evening meeting, to
Charles R. Hartley, Beilvue road,
Nagle St. Church of God
Officers to Be Installed
-On Sunday evening, the Rev. S.
(5. Yahn, D. D., editor of "The
Church Advocate," wil linstal the
newly elected ocicers of the Nagle
Street Church of God, which are as
follows: Elders, W. H. Maxwell,
Benjamin F. Smith, Robert Cooper,
and Joshua„Charles. Deacons and
deaconnesses, George Dickey, Wil
liam Bumbaugh, William H. Fry,
Howard C. Nitohman, Mrs. Kate
Niess and Mrs. Frank Shustcr. Dr.
Yahn wil lalso deliver the sermon
of the evening.
Music in the Churches
11 .A. M. —Processional hymn,
"Praise My Soul the King of
Heaven:" "Venite," Randall; "Te
Deum," Loveday; "Benedletus," Aid
rich; anthem, "God Who At Sundry
Times," Stewart: recessional hymn,
"God of Our Father's."
7.50 P. M. —Processional hymn,
"Rejoice the Lord Is King;" "Magni
ficat," Smart; "Nunc Dimittis,"
Round; organ, "Cantablle," Demar
est; duet, "I Waited For the Lord,"
Mendeltytohn, Merrill Shepherd and
Ross Paul; anthem, "Ascribe Unto
the Lord," Blair; recessional hymn,
"Oh, Worship the King."
Morning—"Adagio," (Sonata IX),
Merkel; anthem, "Hear Met O Lord,"
Schunrz; offertory, "At the Church,"
Borodin: solo. "Weary of Earth," J.
M. Couord, Mrs. Sanders; postlude,
"Postlude in D Major," Dubois.
Evening Prelude, "From the
Southland," H. V. Gaul: anthem, "O
For a Closer Walk With God," Fos
ter; offertory, "Meditation," Le
malgre; quartet, "War Vesper," Net
ten; postlude, "Offertory in F," AVely.
Morning—"Fantasia in F Minor,"
Goss-Custard; "To Deum in E Flat,"
Lansing; tenor solo, "Remember
Now Thy Creator," Dudley Buck,
Franklin G. Williams.
Evening— 'Nocturne In F Minor,"
Chopin-Faulkes; anthem, "Blessed
Are the Merciful," Miles.
Morning—Prelude, "Jerusalem the
Golden," Sparks; offertory, ''"O God,
Thou Holy Lord," Bach; postlude,
"Finale in G Major," Letebure*Wely.
Evening—Prelude, "Grand X'hoeur
in A Major," Kinder: bass solo, "The
Pelgrim," Davies, Gwilym Watkins;
offertory, "Autum Memories," Dig
gle; postlude, Psalm tune, "The Old
liundreth," Harvey Grace.
Morning—Memorial service "Hymn
of Meurnlng," Glen Carle, written
after a Swedish folk melody; "A
Prayer," H. Engelman.
Evening—Contralto solo, "God Be
With Our Boys To-night," Miss
•Morning Prelude, "Andante,"
Merkel; anthem, "Lift Up Your
Heads," Hanscome; offertory, "Pas
torale," Flager; soprano solo, select
ed, Miss Ida Frock; postlude, "Grand
Chorus," Dubois.
Evening—Prelude, "Funeral March
and Hymn of the Seraphs," Gull
mant: soprano solo, "How Lovely
Are Thy Dwellings," Triddie, Mrs.
Keeney; offertory, "Intermezzo,"
Delibesi-Shelley; male chorus; post
lude, "Doric Fuge," J. S. Bach.
Plan to Knlist Many Members ;
in Drive; "Y" Workers
Will Talk
, The Christian Endeavor Society of!
the Sixth Street United Brethren |
Church will conduct a seven-day j
'membership campaign December 1
to 8.
There will be a special service j
held Sunday, December 1, at which
time a class of intermediate Chris- [
thin Endeavor members will grad
uate into the senior Christian Endea- |
vor Society. Professor J. V. Kob
will speak service.
Wednesday, December 4, the so- I
ciely will have charge of the mid- j
week prayer service. Christian
Zecher, a front line Christian Endea- i
vor worker from Lancaster, will
speak on 'The Second Coming of j
Jesus." He has made a special j
study of this all important subject, j
is a pleasing speaker, and will deal
with this subject from the viewpoint
of many leading writers.
Thursduy, December 5, a union
rally service will be held in the'
main church auditorium with St. I
Matthew's Lutheran, St. John's He- j
formed, and Camp Curjjn Methodist!
Episcopal Churches. Charles W. j
I Sayres, better known as "Pop" |
Sayres, boys' work secretary of the i
j Lancaster Y. M. C. A., will be the I
speaker. Mr. Sayres recently re-j
| turned from front line service In I
j France, will bring " ! a message from
i 'over there.'" tie was "over the
top" wjth the boys, was wounded |
and shell shocked and is there
fore in a position to give us some
idea of what our boys went through
to bring victory and peuce to all
the nations of the earth. He is a
1 strong speaker, so bring your friends
land your 'friends' friends to hear
| him.
Sunday, December 8, the closing |
doy of the campaign, a special ser
vice lias been planned. All new •
members will be received into Chris- |
tian Endeavor fellowship. There will !
be special music at all services. j
There are seven teams in the Held !
all. hustling and already report many j
new members. The following are |
the captuins: Team No. 1, Miss
Maud Goodyear; team No. 2, Miss,
Margaret McCurdy; team No. 3, |
Ralph Fitting; team No. 4. V. M. ;
team No. 5, C. E. McCaslin;
team No. ti, Penrose Hoover; team
No. 7, Mrs. M. Barbour.
Pastor Will Discuss Lutheran;
Merger at Morning
* Services
To-morrow will be a busy day in
Zion Lutheran Church, the Rev. S.
Winfield Herman, pastor. The United
Lutheran Church in America having
been formed in New York, during'
the past week, the theme for the
morning sermon will be "The United
Lutheran Church and Its Program
For the Kingdom of God." The rally
Day in the various departments of
the Sunday school will be held in
tlie afternoon with a special offer
ing tor the pastors' fund. The even
ing service will be a "victory and
peace" service with sermon and mu
sic appropriate. Those who rejoice
in victory for a righteous cause and
are interested in some of the prob
lems have been invited to uttend.
On Monday evening the Men of
Zion Brotherhood will hear reports
from the brotherhood , convention
convened in New York last* week.
Thanksgiving services will be held;
on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock
with special address and music.
Those who have no church home
or whose churches have no service j
have been most heartily invited to j
worship in Zion.
Harrisburg Churchmen
Honored by Lutherans
la the election of the new boards |
to direct the affairs of the United j
Lutheran church in America the fol
lowing Harrisburg pastors and prom
inent laymen were honored: Charles
A. Kunkel, of Zion Lutheran, and
the Rev. Manges to the Foreign Mis
sion Board; the Rev. Markward to
the Home Mission and Church Ex
tension Board; Mi. E. G. Hoover, of
Memorial, Dr. ("roll Keller and the
Rev. Herman, of Zion. to the Board
of Publication; Dr. C. R. Phillipps, of
Bethlehem, to the Inner Mission
Board; the Rev. Dr. Hanson, of Mes
siah, to the West Indies and Slav-
Hungarian Mission Boards; the Rev.
Herman to the Sunday School Board.
Installation of Elders at
Pine Street Presbyterian
At the Pine Street Presbyterian j
Church Sunday morning Dr. L. S. |
Mudge will preach on the "New Era" j
into which have entered. Mrs. San
ders will sing a solo. "Weary of
Earth" by J. M. Couard. The newly
elected Ruling Elders, Ramsey A.
Black, Henry It. Douglas, Harry W.
Keeny, J. Frank Palmer Nicholas
Tack will be ordained and Installed
at this service.
In the evening Dr. Mudge will de
liver the third sermon in the current
series "Sword Sermons" on war topics j
for war times. The sermon for Sun- |
day evening will be "Battling With |
Borrowed Swords."
Memorial Services For
Influenza Victims |
In order that further recognition
may be given the members of the
Augsburg Lutheran Church, who died
during the epidemic, a memorial ser
vice, will be held in honor of them, j
on Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock, to
which all of the relatives and friends
have been cordially Invited. The
pastor will speak on the subject:
"The Christian's Comfort." In the
morning the subject will be. "The
Christian's Fearless Confession." A
Post Rally Day program will be ren
dered at 2 o'clock In the Sunday
school.. , "
Two hundred miles of .the Rhine
shown In a double page panorama
will be given FREE with every copy
of next Sunday's New York Sunday
AMERICAN, the day before the 1
scheduled occupation of the Rhine ,
cities by the American forces.
Church Directory
Market Square—The Rev. George
Edward Hawes, pastor; the Rev.
Howard Rogers, assistant pastor. It,
Morning worship; 7.30, Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper, "Religion Has a
Value". •
Olivet—lo.3o, preaching by the Rev.
James Batten MaeClure, "The Holy
Spirit, Resisted, Grieved, Quenched";
2, Sunday-school and Adult Bible
Classes; 7.30, Evangelistic Service
preceded by Song Service by the
choir, (Stough books will be used.)
Bethany—The Rev. John M. War
den. 7.30, "Which Shall We Believe,
Bod or Man"; 9, Sunday-school.
Westminster—The Rev. R. 11. Tay
lor, of Hershey, will occupy the pul
pit both morning and evening by
appointment of Carlisle Presbytery.
10.30 and 7.30, preaching; 1.45. Sun
day-school; 6.45, Christian Endeavor.
Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday
evening at 7.45.
Paxton—The Rev. Harry B. King.
11 and 7.30, preaching; 10, Sunday
Covenant—The Rev. Harvey Klaer.
10.30, "The Christian's Victory
Walk": 7.30, "Prayer in the Name of
Chlrst"; 2, Sunday-school.
Immanuel—The. Rev. 11. Everett
Ilallman. 10, "The Preaching of the
King", the Sacrament of Infant Bap
tism; 11.15, Sunday-school; 7.30,
Pine Street-—The Rev. 11. H. Bald
win. 10.30, "The New Era"; 7.30,
"Battling With Borrowed Swords",
1.40, Sunday-school.
Division Street —The Rev. H. 11.
Baldwin. 3, Sunday-school; 7.45, "An
Instinct Man".
Camp Hill—The Rev. H. A. Ketch
ledge. 11, "Sacraments of Baptism
and' the Lord's Supper"; 7.30, "Stere
optican Sermon, Jesus the Lord";
9.45, Suttday-school.
Capital Street—The Rev. Beuward.
10.45, "Trial and Triumph ot Faith";
7.30, Communion Service; 12.15, Sun
Ridge Avenue —The Rev. H. R. Ben
der. Morning, "Temple Worship";
evening, "Christian Courtesy"; 10,
Epworth—The Rev. J. F. \5. Dea
con. 11 "Stewardship of Property";
7.30. "Making a New Start"; 10, Sun
Saint Paul—The Rev. William
Moses. 10.30 and 7.30, preaching;
1.45, Sunday-school.
Riverside—The Rev. Chas. F. Berk
heimer. 10.30, "Unconditional Sur
render"; 2, Sunday-school.
West Falrview —The Rev. Chas. F.
Berkheimer. 7.30, preaching; 1-30.
Fifth Street—The Rev. Edwin A.
Pyles. 10.30, "The Ownership and
Lordship of Jesus"; 7.30, "Our Ac
eountability"; 2, Sunday-school (Rally
Day ).
Camp Curtin Memorial —-The Rev.
J. H. Mortimer. 10.30, Communion;
7.30, Communion, "The Grasshopper
Division" vs. The "Rainbow Divi
sion"; 2, Sunday-school.
Camp Mill—The Rev. Joseph E.
Brenneman, 11, "The Stewardship of
Prayer"; 7.30, "The Cares of Life";
9.45, Sunday-school.
Grace —The Rev. Robert Bagnell.
10.30, "Spiritual Reciprocity"; 7.30,
"Moral and Spiritual Values of tlie
St. Pauls —The Rev. Floyd Apple
ton. 8. service; 11, service, and ser
mon; 8, the Rev. J. P. Virgin will
speak on "Work of Boy Scouts; 2.30,
St. Stephen—The Rev. Rullen A.
Sawyer. 8, Holy Communion; 10,
Sunday-school; 11, Morning Prayer,
"Put Up the Sword"; 7.30, Evening
Prayer, "The Beauty of Holiness".
St. Augjistines The Rev. W ill
ouglibv M. Parchment. 11, Matins
and Sermon'by Mr. F. B. Dickinson.
There will be no evening service.
Messiah—The Rev. Henry W. A.
Hanson. D. D. 10.30, Holy Conimun-
Who Wield the Spade"; 2, Sunday
ion, 7.30, Holy Communion, "Those
school. . _. ...
Calvary—Tlie Rev. Edward _ 11.
Paar. 11, "Comforting Hope"; 7.30,
"The Coming Day of God"; 10, Sun
Memorial—The Rev. L. C. Manges.
10.30, "The Judgment of the Nations ;
7.30,' "Peace"; 2. Sunday-school,
(Rally Day). .
Church of the Redeemer—The Rev.
Myrone E. Shafer. Morning, "Should
We Pray for tlie Germans": evening,
"The God the World Desires".
Augsburg—The Rev. A. M. Stainets.
10.30, "The Christian's Fearless Con
fession"; 7.30. "The Christian's Com
fort"; 2, Sunday-school.
Bethlehem-— I The Rev. J. Bradley
Markward. 10.30. Holy Communion
and Reception of new members; 7.30,
Holv Communion. Reception of new
members and address; 1.45, Sunday
school. _ , ,
Holy Communion —Tlie Rev. John
Henry Miller. 10.45, "Tlie Parable of
the Pounds"; 7.30, "Moral I'acts ,
9.30, Sunday-school.
Trinity—Tho Rev. R. L. Meisen
helder. 10.30, Sermon and Prepara
tory Services; 2, Sunday-school; 7.30,
Sermon and Communion.
Zion— The Rev. S. W, Herman, D. D.
10.30 "The United Lutheran Church
and Its Program"; 7.30, "Victory and
Peace"; 1.45, Sunday-school.
Saint Matthews —The Rev. E. E.
Snvder. 11, "The Church of Tomor
row": 7.30, "The Jesus of History";
9.45, Sunday-school. „ r , ,
Trinity —The Rev. E. D. W elgle.
10.30 "Fellow-workers with God";
7 30 ' "The Judge Upon His Throne";
9.30, Sunday-school.
Fourth Street—The Kev. AVilltam
N Yates pastor, will preach at 10.30
on "Should All Christian Denomina
tions Unite?" and ut 7.30 on lhe
Bible Basis For Church Union.
Sunday school at 1.40.
Green Street —The Re\. H. 8-
Hershey, pastor. 10.30, Christ s
M?ghty Power." 7.30, "The Friend
ship of Christ." Sunday school at
2 Pleasant View—The Rev. George
W Harper, pastor. Sunday school ut
945 10 45, "Strength For Every
Day';" 7.30, "Do We Count Our
Ul Nagie ß Street—The Rev. Elmer E.
Kauffman. pastor, will preach at
10 30 "The Seventh Commandment,
and ait 7.30 Dr. S. G. Yahn will deliv
er the sermon. There will be an in
stallation of officers at the evening
service conducted by the Rev. S. G.
Yahn, editor of the Church Advo
'unglcstown—Sunday school at
9.30. Preaching at 7. A thanksgiving
sermon by the pastor.
Progress —Sunday school at 9.30.
10.30 election of church officers at
the close of this service.
Maclay Street —The Rev. William
S Houck, pnstor, will preach at 11,
■•God's Will in Our National and
Private Lives," and at 7.30, "Heirs ;
of Hell to Sons of God." Sunday
school at 9.30. Rally Day service.
First —The Rev. William J. Lock- '
hart, pastor, will preach at 10.30, j
"The Message bf the Thirty-third j
Psalm." Sunduy school at 11.45. At |
3.30 the Rev. George L. Abrich, of i
Bethlehem, on "The Patmos Vision j
of Christ," and at 7.30 on "Kept Out I
of the Tribulation."
Second—The Rev. Albert Joslah i
Greene, pastor, will preach at 10.30, ;
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school
at 12.
St. Paul—Tlyi Rev. E. Luther Cun
ningham, pastor, will preach at
10.30, "The New Earth." and at 7.30,
"Yet There Is Room." Sunday school
at 12.30.
Tabernacle —The Rev. Millard Os- '
more Pelree, pastor, will preach at i
11, "Taking Jesus in His Fullness,",
and at 7.30, "What the Yielded Life
Brings." Sunday school at 9.45.
Market. Street —The Rev. W. S.
Dunlap, pastor. 10.30, the Rev. H. B.
Baldwin will preach. 11.30, Sunday
school session. 7.30 the Rev. E. It.
Worrell will deliver an address on
one of the vital questions of our day.
State—The Rev. H. F. Khoad, pas
tor, will preach at 10.45, "Our Con
ception of God," and at 7.30 Mrs.
Oliver Fridy, of Mountville. will
speak at the woman's day services.
Sunday school at 9.30.
Sixth—The Rev. J. Owen Jones,
pastor, will preach at 10.30, "The
Bread of Life," and at 7.30, ."Our
Highest Joy." Sunday school at 1.40.
Praise service at 9.45 a. m.
New Cumberland —The Rev. A. R.
Ayres, pastor, will preach at 10.30.
Memorial service for hero William
Nauss, who was killed in battle
somewhere in France, and at. 7 p. m.
"Thft Importance and Necessity of
Prayer," Sunday school at 9.30.
Enola—lo.3o, "Looking to Jesus."
7.30, evangelistic services, subject,
"The Wisdom of Soul Winning." I
i Otterbein—The Rev. S. Edwin I
I Rupp. 10.30, "Home Mission Fields."
I 7.30, "The Comforter." Sunday ,
j school at 2.
j St. Paul's, Wormleysburg—The j
! Rev. A. 11. Mower, pastor, will j
! preach at 10.45, "Divine Commis-
I slon," and at 7.30, "Revivals." Sun-
I day school at 9.30.
First—Tlie Rev. \V. E. Daugh
! erty, pastor, will preach at 10.30,
| "An Appeal to Our Thanksgiving,"
. and at 7.30, "The Seasons of Grace."
| Sunday school at 1.4 5.
Fourth —The Rev. Homer Skyles j
May, pastor, will preach at 10.45,
"Long Life and Peace, Shull Thou j
Add to Thee," and at 7.30, "Time for j
War and Time for Peace." Sunday |
school at 9.3b. ,
Second—The Rev. Alfred N. j
Sayres. pastor, will preach at 10.30, !
"For God anil Country." Service in ;
honor of our soldiers and sailors, anil '
at 7.3 0, Dr. Ellis N. Kremer will i
preach. Sunday school at 1.45.
Reformed Salem—The Rev. Ellis '
N. Kleiner, pastor will preach at 11. '
7.30, tlie Rev. Alfred N. Sayers will I
preach. Sunday school at 9.45.
Christian Science—Subject, "Soul I
and Body," morning at 11 and even- '
ing at 7.30. Sunday school at 11. j
Testimonial meeting Wednesday at |
8. Free reading room, Kunkcl build- >
ing, 11.30 to 5 daily.
Bethesda Mission—John Fulton, !
superintendent. Meetings every I
night at 8.
i Church of the Brethren, Hummel
Street—Tlie Rev. William K. Conner, I
pastor, will preach at 11, "Grieve
Not the Holy Spirit," and at 7.30,
"Camped in the Midst of Angels."
Sunday school at 9.45.
Reformed Mennonlte, Kin mini's
Hall. —The Rev. John J. Miller,
pastor, will preach ut 10.30.
A. >l. 10.
Bethel—The Rev. 11. H. Cooper. l
10.30, "Apostolic Preaching"; 7.45,1
short sermons by Assistant Clergy, j
Choir will render suitable music un- '
tier direction of Prof. W. H. Bond. '
Harris Street—9.3o, Sunday- 1
school; 10,30, preaching; 6.30, C. E. !
Thanksgiving Service; 7.30, "Foreign '
Mission Rally".
Harris Street—The Rev. A. E. j
Hanger. 9.30, Sunday-school; 10.45, '
Way .
The Sunday school rally of the
Riverside M. E. Churcft, will be held
this Sunday at 2 o'clock. A special |
patriotic program has been arrang- |
ed. An address wilt be made by a
prominent speaker.
The five United Brethren Church- I
es of the city, will unite in a Union j
Thanksgiving service on Thursday j
morning at 10 o'clock in the State |
street church. The Rev. J. O. Jones,
the pastor of the Sixth Street
United Brethren Church will preach '
the sermon.
There will be special Thanksgiving j
nnd evangelistic services in the
Bethel of the Green Street Church
of God every evening next week with
the exception of Saturduy evening.
A Thanksgiving service will be
held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. I
The Rev. G. W. Harper will deliver !
the sermon.
Church services at the Penbrook j
Church of God to-morrow will in- i
elude Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. j
and preaching ut 10.30 by the pas- !
tor, the Kev. S. N. Good, subject, l
"Thanksgiving." Christian Endeavor
Society will hold its meeting at 6.40 |
p. m. and the evening service, with ;
preaching by the pastor will be ut i
7.30, subject, "How Can We Obtain !
Larger Blessings?"
Thank Offering at Park
Street Evangelical Church
Of unusual significance and inter
est is the series of Thank offering
services held each year In Park Street
United Evangelical Church by the
Woman's Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society, the Young People's
Missionary Society and the Mission
band, when members and friends j
bring in their "Thank offerings" for
Foreign Missions.
The Woman's Services come first
this year as usual and will be held
Sunday evening, November 24. The
Rev. B. H. Wlebel, corresponding
secretary of the missionary society,
being thij speaker. Dr. Wlebel will
have for Ills subject, "The World
Task of Missions and Our Respon
sibility." It Is confidently expected
that the offering will go "over the
At the 10.45 services the pastor j
will preach on "When God Put Him- j
self in the Wny."
Use McNeil's Pain Exterminator—Ad '
NOVEMBER 23, 1918
Interesting Services Promised
For Tomorrow at Live
Methodist Church
There is to be a real sunshine ser
vice for the people who at
tend tlie Stevens Memorial Methodist
Episcopal Church, Thirteenth and
Vernon streets, to-morrow evening
at 7.30 o'clock. Rogers of the Blue
Hills—the Sunshine Man—is sched
uled to speak. Will Rogers, of Saint
Louis, puts rainbows in the clouds
and turns war tears into streams
of sunshine and laughter. He trans
forms stern countenances into beam
ing pictures of happiness. His theme
for Sunday night will be very time
ly. Dr. Smucker has been informed
"'at Is to speak on "our peace
song. For the third lime Corporal
Humphrey J. Roberts, the noted
Welsh singer, of New Yory City, will
appear on the musical program. .He
has intimated to the minister that
a number of musical surprises are
| ( Sunday, November 24, 1918 '! §
||| Preacher, REV. L. S. MUDGE, D. D. f Pastor |
10.30 A.M. . | |
||| "The New Era" f j |
V;: j.S Ordination and I installation of Huling Killers
111 7.30 P.M. ||
Battling With Borrowed Swords"
Tliiril .Sermon in "Sword" Series • $ Si
Concert Company
Fifth St. Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner Fifth and Granite Streets
Sunday, 2 P. M.—Rally Day in the Sunday School
Sermon, 10.30 a. m., "The Ownership and Lordship of Jesus"
Evening Subject, "Our Accountability"
I Service Every Evening During the Week Except Saturday
Christ Lutheran Church
A Day Full of Interest for Christ Lutheran Chinch and Community
At 10.30 a. in. the Congregation Will Witness the Baptism
of Children and Listen to a Memorial Herman—Subject,
"Is Death the End?"
"Recruiting Day" in the Sunday School at 2 P. M.
I)r. Ilaives Will Speak—Buglers And Musicians Will Furnish Music
llear the Sermon at the Evening Service. 7.3o—Subject
"A Laughing God"
"Thtf Church With The Chimes" zs
Zion's Important
Sunday Services
THREE great bodies of Lutheran Churches were
consolidated in New York last week for more
effective Christinas work. Dr. Herman has just re
turned from the great New York meeting and will
give an outline at 10.30 a. in. of the program of the
"United Lutheran Church in America."
It is your duty, as a Lutheran, to attend church
tomorrow morning and hear the reason for the
merger of our churches. It's important that you
Rally Day
All Sunday School records are expected to lie
broken tomorrow afternoon. Because of the influ
enza epidemic, Rally Day was postponed five weeks.
This enforced rest should permit you to more regu
larly attend Sunday School. Resolve to be present
each Sabbath. Bring several of your friends.
Victory Celebration
The teachings of our blessed Saviour have en
dured. God has defeated the plan of the Evil One
to substitute the sword for the Bible. We will cele
brate our glorious victory tomorrow evening at 7.30
p. m. Patriotic music by the choir. Everybody will
lie given a friendly welcome—especially our sol
dier boys. t
Zion Lutheran Church
South Fourth St., below Market
l>r. S. W. Herman, Pastor
booked for tbla third number of the
eppcinl serial to be given to-morrow
Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker Is to
deliver a timely address at the morn
ing preaching service, 11.15 o'clock.
The Sunday school will meet to-mor
row at 10 a. m.
A stirring entertainment for the
second number of the Capital City
Lyceum Course is to be. given Mon
day evening, at 8.15 o'clock, in the
Stevens Memorial Church. Will
Rogers Is the artist. He has a sub
ject—one full of humor and bright
ness—"The Real Heart of Humanity
Hidden Beneath the Masks' of the t-
Work-a-I'ay World."
Tenth Anniversary of S. S.
to Be Celebrated Tomorrow
The Trinity United Evangelical
Sunday school will' observe its 10th
anniversary Sunday with special ser
vices in Sunday school. K. L. C. E. ,
and church. A program has been
arranged which includes the Misses
Irene Albert and Pauline Trumpfeller,
from Albright College, Myerstown,
who will slug. An invitation has
been extended to the public to be
present at any or all of these services.
Sunday school, 2 p. m.

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