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DR. BAG NELL TO PREACH SECOND SERMON ON "BOLSHEVISMRELIGIOUS NOTES
HELPFUL SERVICE
AT PINE STREET
Sacrament of Lord\s Supper
to Be Administered at the
Morning Service
The services on Sunday at the
Pine Street Presbyterian church
•will be full of helpfulness. At the
morning: service the Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper will be adminis
tered, and in addition to the mem
bers of the Pine Street, church and
its chapels, all not regularly com
muning elsewhere will be most cor
dially welcomed. New members will
be received. The pastor, the Kev.
Dr. L. S. Mudge, will preach a brief
sermon 011 "The Significance of the
iacrament." On Sunday evening
the pastor will present the second
in the series of evening sermons the
general title of which is "The Hero
of Heroes." The subject selected for
Sunday evening is "The Hero's
Hymn." This sermon will draw
spiritual lessons from the interest
ing fact that Jesus Christ was a
singer and used sacred songs in
hours of special need. At the church
Sunday school in the afternoon spe
cial announcements of great import
ance will be made with reference
to the annual Sunday school anni
versary which will be held in the
Technical High School Auditorium
on Sunday, April 13, at 1:40 p. m.
On Monday evening the Woman's
Missionary Society of the church
will hold its regular monthly meet
ing in the church parlor. Those
participating in the program of the
evening will be Mrs. Henry B. Mc-
Cormick, Mrs. F. W. f'oover and
Mrs. H. R. Douglas. On Tuesday
evening Sirs. W. P. Stuart's Sunday
school class will hold its monthly
meeting in the women and girl's
building. On Wednesday evening
the usual mid-week service will be.
held in the lecture room when a
subject suited to the season of the
church year will be presented. On
Thursday evening the Pine Street
and Rethany Mothers' meetings will
hold their regular weekly sessions at
the usual times and places; also
the prayer meeting of the Christian
Endeavor Society will be held in the
women and girl's building. On Fri
day the Red Cross will meet as
usual from 9:30 to 5 p. m. with the
usual mid-day luncheon in the. wo
men and girl's building. On Friday
evening at. 8 o'clock the members
of the classes conducted by Miss
Edsall in cooking, sewing and house
hold management will hold an in
formal reception to which their
mothers and sisters are invited. At
this time certificates will be present
ed to the members of those classes
who have maintained a regular at
tendance, and shown a standard of
efficiency sufficient to warrant such
recognition.
For the many other appointments
and meetings which will be held
at the church and at Bethany chapel
and Division street chapel, the Boyd
Memorial building and the women
and Girls' building, those interested
are referred to the weekly church
bulletin which will be found at the
church on Sunday, and to the bulle
tin boards which are maintained
in suitable locations. A most cor
dial invitation is extended to all in
terested to attend these opportuni
ties for worship, inspiration and in
struction, and the services of the
pastors and their associates arc at
ihe disposal of all who may desire
to use them.
Sunday Evening Lenten
Services Largely Attended
Rev, M. E. Shafer, pastor, Re
deemer Lutheran Church, Nine
teenth and Kensington Streets, has
been delivering a series of evening
sermons on Heaven whirh have
attracted much attention. "Shall We
Know Each Other in Heaven" will
be subject Sunday evening. The
choir wrill be augmented by Miss
Margaretta Kennedy, 'cellist.
MISCELLANEOUS!
Gospel Hall—lo.2o "Breaking of
Bread"; 2.30 Sunday school; 7.30
Gospel preaching by Evangelist Wil
liam Beveridge.
Church of the Brethren. Hummel
street —The Rev. Wm. K. Conne. 11
"The Tcngue"; 7.30 "Dead While Liv
ing": Sunday school 10.
The Christian and Missionary Alli
ance—The Rev. W. H. Worrall will
preach at 10 30 and 7.30; Sunday
school 9.30.
Christian—The Rev. Boyd A. Wcn
ger. 11 "Helping Jesus Raise the
Dead"; 7.30 Rev. Harbaugh will
preach.
STAR CONCERT
The tenth annual Star Concert
under the auspices of Saint Augus
tine's Episcopal church, which will
be held in the Technical High school
auditorium on Tuesday, April 22,
promises to be the most prominent
event of the season. The names of
Professor Llndon Caldwell of Syra
cuse, and Madam Florence-Cole Tal
bert of Detroit, are on the program.
Warren Cossey of Cleveland, bari
tone, is a most powerful singer, and
Miss Pearl Robinson is a pianist of
unusual ability.
We anticipate n large number
of bookings for plcnlra at
Beautiful Hershey Park
Herahey, Pn„ thla aenson and
reeomniend thnt plenlc eommltteea
make application for nucli privi
leges na early as possible In order
to secure desirable dates.
Apply
MANAGER HERSHEV I'AIIK
Herahey, Pa.
BIG WELCOME HOME TO OUR SOLDIERS
DERRY STREET U. B. MEN'S CLASS
2 P. M. Sunday
Fifteenth and Derry Streets
Captain E. J. STACKPOLE, Speaker
Captain Mackpole will tell of hi* experience* on the
Urine line— Kvery minute trill be full of IntereHtlnn nml
helpful npllft to men—Special mimic—Ills orcheMrn di
rected by t'apl. K. .1. Renn—lnspiring nlnttinK The
Cnafon Bella—All men welcome.
The Big Membership Drive Must Go
OVER THE TOP
Captains— I
J Gilbert
SATURDAY EVENING,
"NEW WORLD CAMPAIGN" IN
FULL SWING IN PENNSYLVANIA
Miss Mar C. Hoover Is Newly-elected Secretary of Harris
bury Christian Endeavor Union
The "New World Campaign" which
I lias already been adopted by thou
! sands of Christian Endeavorers is in
I full swing in Pennsylvania. Dr. Francis
R. Clark says: "After the most tre-
I mendous war this warring world lias
I ever known, peace has suddenly come.
| It is possible that this year may see
| sucli international relations established
|as will make war forever impossible.
That alone would signalize this year as
1 the greatest since Bethlehem and Cal
vary made the world's redemption pos
j sible. But while our vision is wide
enough to embrace the world, let us also
I look close at home. are the new
possibilities for your Christian Endeavor
society and mine in 1919? We have not
' yet begun to realize them. Twenty
thousand societies might double their
membership and the rest very much
enlarged theirs before 1920."
Dr. I>. A. Poling, of Boston, is mak
ing a tour of 60 centers telling of the
needs of Christian Endeavor in war
stricken Europe, and of Ihe Alumni As
sociations as a means of financing the
growing work throughout the world as
well as contributing to the efficiency of
the State and local unions. His success
in such Alumni meetings shows what
can be done by this new agency for
world-wide endeavor, and its splendid
possibilities for the enlargement of the
work at home.
Harrisburg and vicinity endeavorers
have gone "over the top" when 308
delegates attended the recent banquet
held in this city and pledges were made
amounting to $290.00.
Local endeavorers are in readiness for
any societies or churches who want help
in C. K. work. Write or phone any of
the officers. Their motto Is: "For
Christ and the Church." and the recently
adopted slogan, "Win Others for
Christ."
Miss Mac C. Hoover is the newly
elected secretary of the Harrisburg ('.
E. Union. She will gladly answer all
correspondence pertaining to c. K. work.!
Miss Hoover was a member of Ihe com-I
mittee that made the arrangements for
Hie big mobilization of societies held
recently. She began her Christian En
deavor work as a junior in tho Church
of God at Bainbridge. Pa. Site was a
delegate to various denominational C.
E. conventions. Later she became a
member of the Fourth Street Church of
God society which organization she
served as president and again as secre
tary for several' terms. She had the
honor and pleasure of attending the In
ternational convention at Atlantic City
in 1911 and at Los Angeles. Cal„ in
1913. She is also a sweet singer and
a member of the Harrisburg C. E.
Choral Union. If you desire any C. E.
information ask Aliss Hoover.
C. E. Notes
The new Alumni Association will hold
an important meeting at Ihe C. E.
headquarter's room, Harrisburg Na
tional bank building, Alarket Square
on next Tuesday evening.
A society "sing" was given by the
music committee of St. John's Lutheran
Church, Steelton, at the homo of the
chairman, Aliss Minnie Dress, on last
Monday evening. The committee de
sired to have the members and friends
to become familiar with all hymns of
the book used in the society instead of
only a limited number and took this
means in doing it. A very pleasant
evening was spent, singing some old
familiar hymns and the new ones as
duets, quartets and choruses. Several
selections were sung with the Victrola
accompaning. Another feature was'
several measures of songs which were,
played by the pianist, the members l
guessing tlie titles of the songs. A
PLAN RECEPTION
IN OLIVET S. S.
Returned Soldiers and Sailors
to Be Guests of Honor
Monday Evening
Arrangements have been complet
ed for a reception and entertainment
Ito bo held in Olivet Presbyterian
church at eight o'clock on Monday
| evening, tinder the auspices of the
] Sunday School for nine of its re
| turned Honor Roll soldiers and sail
ors. The reception and varied mu
sical entertainment will he followed
by the serving of refreshments. A
committee from the Sunday School,
composed of Miss Kuth Braselman,
as chairman; the Misses Maude Mote
and Tillie Keister, Mrs. Koscoe How
man and Messrs. Sylvester A. How
lard, John E. E. Peters and A. Boyd
• Shartzer, will assist a committee
from the Christian Endeavor So
ciety appointed by its president,
Miss Miriam Himes.
The committee from the Sunday
School has also formulated plans
for registering the names and ad
dresses of every soldier and sailor of
| the "Hill" district and additional en
| tertainments will he given in their
| honor from time to time,
j Sylvester A. Howard, the school
! librarian, and his assistant, Lee
! Lutz, will on Sunday for the first
j time make use of the new catalogues
land system of hook distribution.
| Much time has been spent in their
' perfection.
TOO GAY
1"Who are the plain people any
how?"
"Well, I wouldn't apply the term
to the lady voters." —From the
1 Pittsburgh Sun.
1 rrrr,
MISS MAE C. HOOVER
social hour followed and a jolly time
was spent.
Mrs. Ilulme, wife of the Evangelist,
who is holding meetings at the Central
Baptist Church, Steelton, will sing at
the St. Johu's Lutheran Church, Steel
ton, Endeavor ?neeting on Sunday eve
ning.
Miss Mildred Gallagher will have
charge of the Endeavor meeting at St
Matthew's Lutheran Church to-morrow
evening. A consecration service has
been planned.
Mrs. C. K. Curtis lias been re-elected
president of the Keystone League of
Christian Endeavor at Park Street
United Evangelical Church. Mrs. Cur
tis is an enthusiastic worker and knows
how to keep the society "boosting."
At the Zion Evangelical Lutheran
Church, Enola. Alias Viola Knaub, will
have charge of tlie Endeavor service on
Sunday evening.
Endeavorers will study the topic, "Our
Relation to God. IV. Praying," at the
various churches to-morrow evening.
Endeavors at New Cumberland
Church of God will have a good pro
gram Sunday for all persons desiring
to attend. Mrs. N. R. Pair will lead
the meeting.
H. M. Hadley, a live wire worker
of the Steelton district will conduct the
service at Centenary United Brethren
society to-morrow evening.
At Christ Lutheran society Miss Ger
trude Hoffa will speak and have an In
teresting program on Sunday .
Harris Street United Evangelical Lea
gues will hear S. .T. Mehaftie speak on
the topic, to-morrow evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Pressler will have
charge of the program at the Senior C.
E. meeting in the Fourth Street Church
of God 011 Sunday evening. Everybody
will be welcome and all front seats will
be occupied by early attendants.
Westeminster Presbyterian Endeav
orers will bear a talk on topic. "Our Re
lation to God," by Mrs. Rockwell. Mem
bers are urged to bring a friend along
to the service to-morrow evening.
DR. HECKMAN TO
SPEAK AT GRACE
New District Superintendent
Will Talk; Second Sermon
on "Bolshevism"
Grace Methodist Episcopal
Church, State street, near Third, was
the scene of an usual meeting last
Sunday evening, at 7:30 o'clock,
when Dr. Robert Bagnell preached
a sermon on the topic, "Bolshevism
—lts Menance and its Cure." The
popular Grace Church pastor will
preach another sermon along the
same line this Sunday evening, at
7:30 o'clock, on the topic, "Unwit
ting Contributions to Bolshevism."
In the morning at 10:30 o'clock,
Dr. Edgar R. Ileckman, new District
Superintendent of the Harrisburg
District of the Central Pennsylvania
Conference, will make his bow at
Grace Church, by preaching a ser
mon.
The Sunday School, which meets
at 12:10, and which is thoroughly
departmentalized, is working hard
for a larger attendance, and plans
were made at the Sunday School
Hoard meeting, held last Wednesday
evening, to push this end of the
program with great vigor. The
Teen-age Department led the entire
school last Sunday, with a ninety
four per cent attendance, much to
the delight of the teen-agers and
their Superintendent, Chas. W. 8011.
On Wednesday evening, at Prayer
Meeting, Dr. Bagneil will give a pre-
Easter talk on, "The Relation of the
Church to Christ."
The Grace Alliance, an organiza
tion comprising all the young peo
ples' organizations of Grace Church,
will give a "What's UP" entertain
ment on Thursday evening, April
10th, at 8 o'clock. There will be
something unusual doing every min
ute, and it is anticipated that all
those who attend will go away from
this entertainment feeling that they
have spent a most enjoyable eve
ning.
Prof. Omwake to Speak
at St. John's Church
Prof. Howard R. Omwake of the
Harrisburg Academy, who was for
three years a member of the faculty
of the Syrian Protestant College at
Beirut, Syria, and who knows the
scenes and history of modern Pales
tine very intimately, will speak at
the St. John's Reformed Church on
to-morrow evening at eight o'clock.
The subject is: "Modern Palestine."
The moving pictures shown last
| week of the life of the Master will
|be shown at St. John's Reformed
| Church on Wednesday\ evening.
HXRRISBTJRG TELEGRAPH
"Doing-Without-It Week"
in Park Street Church
Once a year, usually during or im
mediately following the Lenten sea
son, at tho chll of the Denomina
tional Board of Alisslons, Park Street
United Evangelical Church observes
a week of self-denial from necessi
ties, the proceeds of which are used
for the extension of/ the denomina
tion's work in the Western States of
this country. The week of self-de
nial this year falls between April 6
and 13. Prior to this Sunday, prac
tically every member in the 'church
anil Sunday School will have receiv
ed a pastorial letter accompanied by
an envelope at his home, and in
the course of the week money thus
saved will he deposited in the enve
lope, which is to be brought to the
services sometime Sunday, April 13.
Sunday at 10:45, the pastor will
give a sermon based on Matt. 18:24,
HARRISBURG !&&&<■ TELEGRAPH
tot. J, No. 31. Harrisburg, Pn„ March 20-April 4 Our Ynnk H.lltl >n.
Must Be a Great Sorrow to His Parents
) ANO A*-T£Jl I 9 '"/
Abb V4SVE DONE _
NEWS OF THE WEEK BOILED
DOWN FOR OUR BUSY SOLDIERS
Saturday, March 29
A survey of the Susquehanna river
from tidewater to Harrisburg, in or
der to determine the navigability of
the river, now is receiving the atten
tion of Col. J. J. Roving, of the regu
lar army.
Tho Chamber of Commerce will
send eight delegates to the national
convention in St. Rouis.
A victory frolic is being planned
for the benefit of the Nursery Home.
It will be held in the Orphcum The
ater on April 26.
The city is preparing to put into
effect the daylight saving law to
morrow.
Many Masons are made Tall Cedars
of Lebanon.
Rouse standards are responsible for
much disease, Major S. Reon Cans
says in an address before tho Har
risburg Academy of Medicine. A cam
paign is to be waged by the State
Department.
Monday, March 31
Adjutant General Deary requests war
department to permit National Guard
of Pennsylvania to retain its designation
as the 28th Division with coming of
peace.
J. S. Farver, of Conewago, mentioned
as probable successor to late Revi N.
Miller as member of poor board.
"Smiling Charlie" Archibald, who lost
both legs in battle while fighting with
the 79th Division marries Miss Amy
ltoney in Camp Meade.
"World burns as peace delegates fid
dle," declares tho Rev. Robert Ragnell
is sermon at Grace Methodist Church.
Central Rabor Union is organized by
union labor of the city representing
building trades unions.
Half the furniture owned by Charles
Fake, of Freysville, - was destroyed by
fire when a range set fire to the wagon
on which the family effects were being
moved.
Arrangements announced for annual
rose show to be held early in June.
I. W. Dill, well known automobile
dealer, dies of burns received when
garage is destroyed by fire.
Mifflin county names big cargo steam
er the "Kishacoquillas" or "singing
waters" because of successes in Riberty
Loan drives.
Robert Burns Lodge of Masons holds
49th annual banquet with Governor
Sproul as one of the chief speakers.
Tuesday, April 1
Boy Scouts secure 18,00fi "Welcome
Home" posters to be distributed to every
dwelling in the city.
Ruxuary tax hits poor man's pocket
from new angle, five per cent, of the
purchase price being .added to many
necessities.
Pietro Colizzo. of Figart, .dies in
Pennsylvania station while on way to
| Philadelphia hospital. He was* struck
: on the head in a fight,
j Nearly 2,000 members of the Chris
jtian Endeavor rally at Messiah Luth
eran Church.
i Miss Mary Pilkay, teacher in the Boas
! building, is run down and almost in-
I stivntly killed by an automobile.
i Governor Sproul is ordered to bed by
doctor because of tonsilitis.
Despite the high prices of labor and
materials a building boom is adding
many new homes to the city, contractors
taking out 35 additional permits In last
month.
A. H. Baldwin, passenger conductor
for 50 years on J'hiladelphia division,
! retires while still in good health,
i Additional bills to stop teaching of
i German tongue in public schools intro
i duced in Legislature.
Building formerly occupied by late
i Michael Strouse in Market street, is
sold to Nick Notaries, owner of Manhat
tan restaurant for $60,000.
Wednesday, April 2
Chamber of Commerce names com
mittees to light smoke nuisance and
plan for bousing code.
J. C. Burkholder, oldest bnggagemast
r on Pennsylvania lines, dies.
"If Any Man Will Be My Disciple,
Let Him Deny Himself." He will dis
cuss the Christian principle of self
denial, stating therewith what he be
lieves practically every member of
Ills church will be able to "do with
out" during this week.
The sermon subject at 7:30 will
be: "Wanted—Men to Stand in the
Gaps," and will be a stirring call to
the church to take her place among
the agencies in the rebuilding of the
world.
Park Street Church will observe
Holy Communion on Palm Sunday,
April 13, at 10:45 and 7:30.
EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN
Tho Rev. O, S. Simtns, pastor of
Rodman street Baptist church will
have a two weeks evangelistic cam
paign in St. Paul Baptist church.
State and Cameron streets. The
campaign will begin Sunday morn
ing. Preaching services will be held
each evening at 8 o'clock.
Reports indicate that fruit trees are
not damaged by the cold wave which
has lieen over tho country the last
week.
Middletown army aviators resume
their flights after a rest of ten days.
Judge Kunkel hands down opinion
restraining telephone and telegraph com
panies from advancing rales as ordered
by T'ostmaster General Burleson.
Harrisburg Country Club plans to re
build burned quarters at once.
Williamstown businessmen join in
petitioning county commissioners not to
increase assessment of coal lands for
fear that colleries will shut down.
School board decides to remodel Camp
Curtin school to remove fire risks.
Two are arrested, charge with theft
of crate of eggs from farmers wagon.
House of Representatives adopt reso
lution calling on United States to favor
making Palestine a sovereign State.
Members of Pennsylvania railroad
police are given eight-hour day.
Woman suffrage, is urged and at
tacked in hearing before legislative com
mittee at the capitol.
Thursday, April 3
Three alleged ringleaders ip dope
selling gang ready to plead guilty and
avoid trial.
Harrisburg businessmen attend con
ference in Columbia, where plans for
backing proposed deeping of Susque
hanna river are discussed.
Chamber of Commerce adds 270 new
members to its roll.
Property sales during month just
closed break all records.
Divorced yesterday, Cornelius P. Re-
Sago to-day gets license to marry Emma
M. Mowrey, of Remoyne.
County commissioners hear protests
of upper end coal mine owners are pro
posed Increase in assessments. The
threat is made to close the mines if
valuation is fixed at $117,000,001).
John A. Reaver, Company M, 109 th
Infantry, arrives nt home port after
being confined in two enemy prison
camps.
Frank D .Rhoades, borough clerk of
Chambersburg, resigns after being
short $3,100 in his accounts.
Carlisle plans to plant ten trees in
honor of men who died in the war.
Klwanis Club entertains 156 soldiers
of tho military hospital in Carlisle.
Wounded men are brought to city in
automobiles, dined at the Penn-Harris
and taken to a matinee.
Columbus C. Snyder, long a resident
of New Cumberland, dies.
Two well-known Steelton men are
shot at from ambush near borough.
Friday, April 4
Earle R. Ovington. president of the
Curtis company, Atlantic City, an
nounces plan to fly here to address
members of the Regislature In behalf of
aerial line between Pennsylvania cities
and the coast resort.
Plans made to use prison labor on
farms at county almshouse.
No danger of Bolshevism confronts
the United States, noted explorer tells
the Chamber of Commerce.
Civic Club accepts invitation to reg
ister rooms in city suitable for renting
singly or ensuit, the survey to be part
of a proposed housing Investigation.
William Jennings Bryan will speak
here next month on his tour of the
country In the Interest of world-wide
prohibition.
War Department asks local merchants
to stop sale of service pins and badges
that are not authorized by war office.
Hershey House, one of city's oldest
landmarks, reported sold for use as
store or restaurant.
JCembo Temple initintes large class.
Harry Dickerson, a colored murderer,
sentenced to die week of April 28.
Arrangements are being made to pro
vide transportation for wounded mem
bers of Keystone Division to Philadel
phia so that they may participate in,
the big demonstration
CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN
Calvary 10:15, "Tliat Blessed)
Hope," 7:30, "The Atonement," the i
Rev. B. E. Prugh; Sunday school at!
9 a. m.
Covenant—The Rev. Harvey Klaer,
pastor, will preach at 10:30, "Love—]
The Christian's Creed,and at 8, |
"The World Attracted by Jesus;"
Sunday school at 2.
Immanuel—Jl. Everett Mailman,;
pastor, 10, Sacrament of Lord's Sup-;
Per," 11:15, Sabbath School, 7.30, j
evening worship.
Camp Mill—The Rev. Raymond A.j
Ketchlidge, pastor, will preach at 11,
"The Efficient Modern Church," and!
at 7.30, "The Requirements of thej
King," Sunday school at 9.40.
Capital Street—The Rev. B. W.
Ward, pastor, will preach at 10.45, |
"The Christian's Incentive," and at;
7.30, The Lord's Supper will be j
administered;" Sunday school at I
12.16.
Westminister—The Rev. Henry
W. Miller, pastor, will preach at
10.30, "The Social significance of
the Lord's Supper," and at 7.30,
"Perils of the City;" Sunday school
at 1.45.
Pino Street —The Rev. L. S. Madge
pastor, 10.30, The Sacrament of the!
Lord's Supper, 7.30, "The Hero's j
Hymn," another sermon in the cur-j
rent series; "The Hero of Heroes," .
worshipful organ music, beautiful
selections beginning at 7.15 by the
quartet; Familiar hymns for you to
sing. "The Hero's Heroism."
Market Square—The Rev. George
Edward Hawes, pastor; Rev. How
ard Rodgers, assistant pastor. Morn
ing service at 11, Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper, subject, "Was it .
Worth The Price?" Evening serv-1
ice at 7.30. Subject, "Some Advan
tages in Being a Christian."
EVANGELICAL j
Park Street —The Rev. A. 10.;
Hangen, pastor, Sunday School <' 1
0.30; subject of sermon at 10.55, "A j
Condition of Christian Disciplesliip."
Subject of sermon at 7.30, "Wanted |
—Men to Stand in Hie Gups." ]
Harris Street —The Rev. A. G.;
Flexor, pastor; Sunday school at j
0.30, morning worship, I ".30, "The
Whole Armour of God," evening
service, 7.30, "An Outstanding Char-I
acter."
Fenbrook —The Rev. W. E. 1 ot
tieger, pastor. At 10.30 a. nt. tho
assistant pastor, the Rev. W. S.
Harris, will preach. At 7.30 p. m.
"The Life of Self Denial," by the
pastor, the Rev. W. K. Pottioger.
Sixth Street—The Rev. W. E. Pot
tieger, pastor. At 11 a.-in.. "Self!
Denial Opportunities" by the pastor; ,
Sunday school tit 10.
A. M. E.
I'lurris—The Rev. R. L. Briscoe,
pastor will preach at 10.30, "With-!
out God there is no hope, and at ■
7.45, "Do You go to tl\e Prayer Alcet-,
ing?" Sunday school at 1.30.
Bethel —The Rev. 11. H. Cooper,!
pastor. Rev. D. S. Clncore of Phila
delphia will preach at 10.30 and at
7.30 the Rev. Elijah Braxton will
preach; Sunday school at 1.30.
REFORMED
Salem —The Rev. Ellis N". Krcmer,;
11 and 7:30; Sunday School, 9:45. ,
Second—The Rev. Alfred Say re, j
10:30, "The Heart's Treasure; 7.30
"The Renewed Heart;" Sunday j
School, 1:45. j
St. Andrew's, Pe.nbrook —Hie o\.
M. E. Grove, 7:30, "The Life Tok
en:" Sunday School. 9:45.
St. Matthew's, Enola —The R<W-
M. 10. Grove, 10:45, "The Life tok
en Sunday School, 9:45.
Fourth— The Rev. llomcr Skyles
May 10:45, "Paul's Vision of the
Church;" 7:30, "The Law ofSelf- j
Sacrifice:" Sunday School, .1.30.
St. John's Clayton 11. Ranch,,
morning worship, 11. "The Progres
sive Revelation of Jesus; i*" lo '*
Talk," 3; 3, "Modern Palestine,
Howard i)m wake, formerly of the
Hyrian Protestant College, Beirut'.
Syria. Sunday School, 10. Moving
pictures showing the last week of
the Master's life on earth, Wednes
day evening at eight, and a number
of cottage prayer meetings through
out the congregation on !• riday even
ing.
UNITED BRETHREN
I Trinity, New Cumberland The
Rev. A. R. Ayres, 10:30, communion
I service; 7:30, sermon and connnun
i ion service;' Sunday School, 9:30.
! Sixth—The Rev. J. Owen Jones,
! 10:30, "The Meaning of Prayer;"
[7:30, "The Meaning of Suffering;
■ Sunday School, 1:45.
First The Rev. W. E. Dougherty,
'D. D., 10:30, reception of members,
communion service; 7:30 sermon
land communion; Sunday School,
1:45.
' State Street —Tho Rev. 11. 1".
I Rhoad, 10:45, "Blessings (for the
[Faithful Steward;" 7:30, "The Game
lof Life;" Sunday School, 9:30.
Derry Street —The Rev. J. A. Ly-
I ter, 10:30, communion services;
I .Sunday School, 2.
BAPTIST
Market Street —The Rev. Walter
S. Dunlop, 10:30, The Lord's Supper;
7:30, "The Question of the Hour;"
Sunday School, 11:30.
Mt. /.ion, Steellon The Rev.
VVamir Brown, 10:45, "The Impass
able Cup;" 7:30, preaching and The
Lord's Supper; Sunday School, 12:30.
Second —The Rev. Albert Joslah
Greene, 10, Covenant meeting: 7:30,
"Unity Our Symbolism at Lord's
Table;" Sunday School, 12.
First —The Rev. William J. Lock
hart, HP.3O, communion service:
7:30, "The Get-Togeiher Message of
the Cross;" Sunday School, 11:45.
Tabernacle —The Rev. Millard Os
more Pruce, 11, communion will be
j observed; 7:30 mass meeting: Stin-
I day School and Young People's
'Conference; Sunday School, 9:45.
| St. Paul —The Rev. E. Luther
| Cunningham, 10:30, Evangelistic
i service, "Ordinance or Believers'
Baptism;" 7:30, Evangelistic service,
| "The Lord's Supper" observed at
[close of service; Sunday School,
I 12:30.
CHIRGI OF GOD
I Nngle street. Rev Elmer E. Kauft
! man; 10.30, "My Privilege in Christ";
j 7.30, "The Importance of Regular
Communion": Sunday school 1.30, At
i 7.30 P. M. the Ordinances of the
. Washing of the Saints' Feet and The
Lord's Supper will be observed,
i Maelay Street —The Rev. Dr. Wm.
S. Houck. 11 "Mountain-top Kxperi
; ences—Sinai"; 8 "llow Men Build";
Sunday school 9.45.
Linglestown—The Rev. .1. M. Wag
gonncr. 10.30 "Growing Grass"; Sun
day school 9.30.
Progress—The Rev. J. M. Wag
gonner. 8. "The Constraining Power
of I,qve": Sunday school 9.30.
Fourth Street —The Rev. William
N. Yates. 10.30 "Observing the Len
ten Season; 7.30 "Substitutes"; Sun
day school 1.40.
APRIL' 5, 1919.
, Penbrook—The Rev. J. Day Brown
lcc, Anti-Saloon League superinten
dent. 10.30 "Anti-Saloon League";
7.30 "The Exactness of the Divine
Knowledge"; Sunday school 9.30.
Green Street—The Rev. H. S. Her
shey. 10.30 "Faith's Triumph Over
Failure"; 7.30 "The Two Gates"; Sun
day school, 2.
Pleasant View—The Rev. George
W. Harper. 10,43 "The Way to Com
fort"; 7.30 "Hiding In the Secret of
'lis Presence"; Sunday school 9.45.
METHODIST •
St. Paul's—The Rev. Wm. Moses,
will preach at 10.30 and 7.30; Sunday]
Bi'llOOl 1.45.
Camp Curtin Memorial—-The Rev.
John H. Mortimer will preach at 10.30
anil 7.45; Sunday school 2.
Dauphin—The Rev*. George L.
Soliaffer. Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper administered at Dauphin at
10.30 A. Al. anil at Heekton at 7.30 I
I'. M. Sunday school at both churches |
at 2.
Fifth Street—The Rev. Edwin A.
Pyles. 10.30 "The Reconwet rations of
Life"; 7.30 "Tlie Marr :d Vessel"; Sun
day school 2.
EPISCOPAL
St Stephens'—The Rev. Rol.lln Al
ger Sawyer. 8.00, Holy Communion ; I
10.00 Sunday school; 11.00 Holy com
munion and sermon "The Paradox of
ihe Passion"; 7.30 Evening prayer and
sermon "Tlie Marring of Character."
St. Paul's—The Rev. Floyd Apple
ton. 8 and 11 Holy Communion; 8
Popular service and address; Sunday
■ehool 2.30; Parcel post Easter sale
Thursday 7.30 P. M.
Saint Augustine's—The Rev. Will
oughby Al. Parchment. It.1)0 Matins,
sermon and Holy Communion; 12.30
Church school: evening service S.
LUTHERAN
Si. Peter's, llighspire—The Rev,
Ernest L. Pee. 10.45, "Jesus Christ
Healeth Thee,,; 7.30, "The Christ Of
God"; 9.30, Sunday School.
Trinity, Lemoyne—The Rev. L. A. I
Bush. Morning, "Did Jesus Sin";
Evening, "A Thorn in tho Flesh";
9.30, Sunday School.
Messiah—The Rev. W. A. Hanson.']
10.30, last sermon in series on "What
Jesus Christ Really Came To Do";
7.30, "The Cup He Drained."
Memorial—Tlie Rev. 1,. <'. Manges.
10.30, "Tlie High Priestly Method
of Ihe Redeeming Passion of our
Lord"; 7.30, "Tho Appeal of the
Gospel to tlie Young."
Holy Communion —The Rev. John
Henry Miller. 10.45, "Sin Against
the Holy Ghost"; 7.30. "Pilate anil
Judas"; 9.30, Sunday School.
Calvary—Tlie Rev. Edward H.
Parr. 11.00, "Seeing Christ's Day";
7.3 ft. "Jesus Again Before Pilate";
10.00, Sunday School.
Trinity, Camp Hill—The Rev. Dr.
E. I). AVciglc. 10.30, "Final Disputa
tions willi Jesus"; 7.30. "Our Great
High Priest"; 9.30, Sunday School.
Redeemer--The Rev. Al. 10. Shaf
fer. 10.30, "Seeking the Best"; 7.30,
"Shall We Know Each Other in
1 leaven."
Bethany—The Rev. John Martin
Warden. 7.30, "The Power or the
Cross"; 9.00, Sunday School.
Zion—The Rev. Winfield Herman.
10.30, "Faith in Jesus Christ"; 7.30,
"The Good Shepherd"; 1.45, Sunday
School.
Trinity—Tho Rev. R. L. Melsen
li eider. 10.30, "A Full-Priced Re
ligion"; 7.30. "The Door Wo Shut";
2.00, Sunday School.
Augsburg—The Rev. A. M. Stam
itz. 10.30, "The Danger of Falling";
7.30. "The Postman's Message"; 2.00,
Sunday School.
] St. Mathews—The Rev. E. E.
| Snyder. 11.00, "Tho Church vs. tlie
jWoVId"; 7.30, "Comrades of the
Cross": 9.45, > Sunday School.
CHURCH OF CIIUIST
i Lemoyne—lra P. Harbaugh, pas
tor, 9:30 a. 111. Bible school; 10:30
[a. m. Lord's Supper'and sermon,
[ subject, "The Art of Discerning
Values;" 7:45 p. m. J. Boyd Wenger,
j pastor of Fourth Street Church of
I Christ of Harrisburg will preach.
|| Wy PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Y\v |
•|jgjir Third and Pine Streets \\v
I I f Sunday, April 6,1919 \1 \
|f i| Preacher, KKV. 1,. S. MI'KGE, I). | . n uslor g*j
| | 10:30 A. M. | |
|i | The Sacrament of The Lord's Supper \ S
i ; -\':i * onliail Invitation t All Not Itogularly Communing >1 a
l -I sow lion 4 A i j
| | 7:30 P. M. | 1
I; | "The Hero's Hymn" | |
. 5 Tho Second Sermon In The Current Series on % I 1
5 I ... ~ . , "TUI: lIKIIII OF HKIIOKS" jf:l
|I% u tS " r f, a - , S ?'"" 4: Iseaiitlf.il Choir Music % |
6 , Uy church Quartet. ti §
I amlliar Hymns tor You to Slntt g
sj.®S Sunday KveninK, April 13, 1010 % &
■wk " THI ' l>l:l>0 ' S 111-SHOISM" ?j f
"The Church With the Chi men"
+ ZiOIN
OFFERS
<'T N every Christian life and in every Christian
A church, these qualities should be found":
A holy calm
A brooding Peace
A warmth of fellowship
A glow of Love, and j
A glorious light of truth
Come worship with us, you will enjoy the quiet
restful beauty of this old church—one of the
most influential Lutheran Churches in America.
Zion Lutheran Church
South Fourth St., near Market
S. W. Herman, D. D., Pastor.
"Zlon's Doora Are Open Every Day"
WILL INSTALL
S. S. OFFICERS
Ceremonies to Take
Connection With Tomor- -
row's Church Services
■n - ■ ]
N. T. PARTIIEMORE
To-rfiorrow morning's church ser
vice at Christ Lutheran Church ■will
be specially characterized by the in
stallation of the officers and teachers
of the Sunday School. Dr. Itelsch
will address the school and the con
gregation on the subject: "A New
Commandment." Special music will
jagain characterize the evening ser
vice when Miss Kathryn Dubbs and
! .Miss Margaret Wilson will each sing
I a solo and the men's chorus will
again be beard. The evening subject
I will be, "The Lost Boy."
| Tito following officers were notni-
I nuled and elected for the ensuing
I year bv the association last Wednes
day evening: General supervisor, N.
IV. Parthemore; superintendent, W.
111. Secrist; assistant superintendent,
|l-. S. Persun; secretary. Earl Miller;
j first assistant sercretary, Frank
I Brinton; second assistant secretary,
j Milton Koelilcr: treasurer, E. A.
! Ileffolfinger: librarian, Chalmer
Reynolds: first assistant librarian,
I Edith Walters: second assistant li
brarian. Marie Nell: custodians, Ed
! win Wallis, Kmmctt Wallis; pianist,
| Mrs. Amy Shader Lenta: lirst. assis
j taut pianist, Alice Rollison; second
| assistant pianist, Mao Shoop: secre
i tary of (he association, L. S. Persun:
assistant secretary. Gertrude Ileffel
tinger: chorister, C. A. Wenrick; stj,-
perintendent Junior Department, V.
L. Lehman: assistant superintendent,
I''. J. Wallis; secretaries, George
Swilkey, William S. Hoerner; super
intendent Beginners' and Primary
Departments, Mrs. Gertrude Leidlgrh:
assistant, Mrs. Cordelia Shirk; Homo
Department, Rev. If. F. Long; cra
dle roll, Mrs. S. S. Kacklcr.
THE "FLEA-MITES"
Miss Decorous had made a special
study of biblical history, and sho ad
dressed the Sunday school class thus
ly:
"Now, children, I have told you all
T can concerning the nations which
I were driven out by the Israelites.
I They were the Hivites, the Hittites,
j the Jehusltes, and I'errizzites, the
I Girgasites and—let me see—yes, the
Amorites. Can you remember them
j all, children? Now you look puzzled,
Itosle. Have you uny questions to
I ask ';"
| "No. teacher," came the shy reply,
'"except you haven't told us about
flea-bites."—Reason's Weekly.

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