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I SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 27. 1922 (Hill? gtSU ft-EXatKUtgr . M
I TABERNACLE CHOIR PERFORMANCE
I IDF "CREATION" ARTISTIC SOCCESS
Fine Start Made in Educational Movement to
Have Haydn's Great Descriptive Work
Performed as Annual Feature of
Ogden's Musical Life
Haydn'fl famous oratorio "The Crea
'tlon" was performed at the tgden
i tabernacle last night by the I tgden
'Tabernacle choir, with pipe organ nnd
a .symphony orchestra of musicians.
This was the second lime the work
I has been given in Ogden. th first
time at the tabernacle.
Last nights performs nee was B de
I elded success from the artistic stand-
j jiolni. Whether or not it was a suc
cess from B financial standpoint Is an-
I other question. The auditorium wax
! not quite filled.
There Is no doubt, however, that a
decided educational advantage has
I leen gained from last night's event.
' because enough of the city's music
lovers were sufficiently Impressed
with the performance to express the
.1. sire to hear the oratorio sung an-
nuallv .
The Ogden Tabernacle choir addeu
much to iis splendid reputation by lis
Singing of Haydn's beautifully descrip
tive music The tonal beauty of the
organization was particularly notice
able In that stirring chorus. "The
I Heavens Are Telling" wherein the vig
orous foundation sounded by the big
r. hestra was particularly effective.
jThe .losing chorus. The lxrd Is
Greet" was nnothei striking number
Mn which the choir's work Is deserving
of the highest commendation.
Haydn has given muCh work to the
soloists and their parts are exacting.
The singins: of the soloists In last
(night's performance was decidedlj
creditable. These soloists were Mrs.
Agnes Warner, Mrs. lone Savllle. Ues
flic Savllle. and Walter Stephens, all of
I TELEPHONES
Business and Circulation Otpt 5J
Ciioslf-rd Ads 69
Advertising Dept. 421
Editorial and News Dept.... ..879
RANDOM
REFERENCES
Return to Ogden Dr. and Mrs, W
Mi'1 ! Ji. Emmett have returned from a
fffl!i ' three, weeks' visit In the east.
; Waidron (EL Y.i. the Mage sins M.ir.
'it? iM
lAcen&c to Wexl marriage license
has been itsued in the office of the
I county clerk, to Ernest A. Jensen und
'Lola Jensen, both of Qoneva.
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Bargain Huptnobilc touring -.tr
1 Phone 302-R 7607
Con. E. Bohn Insurance. Fire and
Auto 417 Eccles Bldg. Phone 196"
New alx-room modern house, full
. basement. Real bargain Eas) terma
Badger Coal A; Lumber o. Phone
7511
For R. A. If. Chapter Special ser
i vices will be conducted in the Church
of the (iood Shepherd Sunday morning
beginning at 11 o'clock, at which the
ichapter of Royal Arch Masons wi I
tend in a body.
Decoration Day Flowers, i igdcn City
Floral. 227 7 Washington Ph. 2686
7542
ICxperl paper cleaning phone 327-W
BIfS
Engineers The Ogden chapter of
the American Association of Engineers
(held their weekly luncheon at the We
, ber club durl nK the noon nour today.
There was no speaker.
Moved E. A Dtndqulst, tailor,
from 212 to 307 Eccles building Good
tervlce as before. Phono 778-W. 7464
Ogden Typewriter House for type
writers and repairs. 2422 Hudson ave
nue. Phone 236.
Fresh lime evorv day. Badger Coal
fc Lumber Co. Phone 865. 7512
Distilled Water Ice exclusively. Og
dn City Ice Company. 237a Hudson
68351
Weber Floral turnlshcs the flowers,
7765
111 I FUNERALS
Funeral services for George Mul
len were held at 1 o'clo- k at the Lai -kin
funeral chapel, with Bishop D. H.
Ensign of the First ward officiating
'Abide With Me" and Rock of
Ages'' were sung by Mrs Lorcne Sni
ffer. Miss Josephine J,arkin sang, "Oh
Dry Those Tears " The speaker wore
. Joseph Wayment. Patriarch George
W. Larkin and Bishop D. H. Ensign
Interment was in the City cemotory
with L. W. Larkin dedicating tho
grave.
Funeral services for Frederick K.
Hooper, were conducted by the Rev.
W L. Melllnger in the Kirkendall
mortuary yesterday afternoon. "Lead
Kindly Light," and 'Abide With Me.'
Were sung by A. PL Sander Ritualistic
service of Unity lodge No IS. F. & A.
M., were also conducted. Burial was
'in the City cemetery
I SUIT IS FILED TO
RECOVEfc ON NOTE
Suit haa been filed In the district
court by the Guaranty Mortgage com
pany of Ogden against P. F. Bairows,
seeking to recover 2000. alleged to
be due on a promissory note, given
May 13. 1921, in payment of stock In
the company. Judgment for the
amount, with Interest, and attorney's
fees Is Bought.
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Go to Ogden Canyon Sunday
Special cars leave Union Depot at
j 6 a. m . 7 30 a. m., 9 a. m., 9:45 a. m.
10 30 a. m., 1115 a. m.; 12 noon, and
li every 20 minutes until 9 p. m. Last
t car at 10. 30 p. m., returning from
I Pine View at 11:15 p. m
, 7589
) Utah Rapid Transit
Company
Ogden and Howard Fraze. tenor, of
Sail Lake
The trio numbers also were much
enjoyed. One outstanding feature of
(the evening was the singinc: by Mr
Frazee of that noble aria which begins
in Native Worth." The audience was
tumultuous in its applause of his per-
i formance.
The presence of n n orchestra of 1
instruments with the choir was some
thing new In Ogden and the sr.nMni;
I of an orchestra of this size in the tab
ernacle hefore the choir and organ
console made quite nn Impression.
Dire. tor Hlnehcliff had in this or
chestra nine violins, three cellos, two
violas, four bass viols one tuba, two
IclarinetSi two flutes, one oboe, one
bassoon, two French horns, two cor
nets and three trombones
At the organ console was Sam F.
IWhltaker who played the accompani
ments of the recitatives in a most
pleasing manner
The direction of Mr. Hlnehcliff was
quiet but effective. Me had both sing
ers and orchestra under fine control at
all times
Mavor Frank Francis made short
address in which he declared the per
formance of 'The Creation" by choir
Jnnd ore lustra was a mark of musical
I progress Ills mention of the names
of Squire Coop and Lester Hlnehcliff
I w ere applauded.
The special committee which had
Charge Of arrangements for the cent
was made up of the following. If.
Charles Woods, chairman; Jerrv
Klomp, William Pickett. Leslie Savllle.
Fred Bchadf, Frank Ito.se. Mrs Jessie
Lund und Mrs Emily Maddock.
STAKE MEETING
IS POSTPONED
Quarterly Conference of
North Weber Stake
June 4
' The quarterly stake Conference of
the North Weber stake will ! held
Sunday. June t, at the Ogden taber
j nacle instead of June 2S. as pre
viously announced.
I A bulletin issued by the stake of
I ficlals of the church stated that the
quarterly meeting had been arran
I ed for June 18, but owing to a priest
I hood meetinK at the Weber Normal
I college, the date of the meeting was
. moved to June 25 Following full
arrangement it was found that 10
other conference meetinK were to be
' handled that day by stake authorl
, ties, so the conference date was
hanged to June 1
Two sessions will be held, at 10 a.
m and 2 p. m President John V
Bluth will be In charge
on
OGDEN BANKS GET
STATE DEPOSITS
m
Ogden banks are receiving n por
tion of the state funds for deposit,
according to a report made yesterdaj
in Salt Lake by Frank L. ' ler
deputy state auditor, to Mark Tulile.
state auditor, after completing an
audit of the accounts of W. D. Su'
ton. state treasurer The state funds
i are being deposited in many banks
throughout the state. It wm an
nounced. "The moneys belonging to the
state'' writes Mr Ostler, " have been
placed on deposit in the various
banks throughout the state und in
every case the funds are fully pro
tected by surety bonds The wide dl-.-tributlon
of thes funds, as shOWl 03
the schedule Included in 'his report
would avoid any great amount of
embarrassment which might exist In
case a bank containing slate's funds
1 were closed."
The report shows the following tie
posits In Ogden banks since April 30
National Bank of Commerce, $10.
121,91; Security Slate bank. $20.
246,96 Utah National Bank. $26,
ix It ( oinincrcial National hank.
$16,161.83; First National bank $43
226 "oil Ogden State bank. 125,086 10
on
; SERIES OF MINOR
THEFTS REPORTED
Mike Pepltone, 205 1 Washington
avenue, reported to tho police last
night that a carburetor and a gover
nor had been stolen off a truck left
in front of his place last night.
Mis B. Ludwlg, 2311 Lincoln ave
nue reported the theft of 40 feet of j
garden hose and a nozzle last night.
Robert Crosble 319 Thirty-first
street, reported the theft of a set of
mechanical drawing Instruments from j
his home.
Walter Parry, B7S Twenty-first
I street, reported the theft of a garden
rake yesterday.
1 A. T Flinders 3211 Grant avenue,
I reported the theft of a bicycle.
Marcellus Smith. 411 Twenty-sixth
I street, repotted the theft of his auto
mobile from in front of the tabernacle
last night
MOTHER COMING
FOR RUNAWAY SON
Mrs. Anna Gallagher of Pueblo !
I Colo., telegraphed Chief of Police-j
'Curtis A Allison last night to hold,
her son, John Dolman, 14 years of
I age. who had run away from his
home. She a expected to arrive In
I Ogden to take the youngster borne
j some time tomorrow or Monday
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FAIR AND WARMER
FOR OGDEN SUNDAY
Fair skies are promised for Ogden
and vicinity tomorrow, with warmer
temperatures, in the dally bulletin or
the United States weather bureau
Yesterday's maximum temperature
wss 62 degrees, with a minimum lasl
night of 43 degrees
Ask your agent for round trip Sum- !
I mer Tourist Tickets to the East, via'
I Denvor A Rio Grande Western I
through the Royal Gorge. 7123
RACING COSTS
TWO $50 EACH i
Son of County Official;
I Arrested By New Speed '
Cop
Count Commissioner John Child
sat In the city court this morning and
heard the newly-appointed bounty
motorcycle officer, Oeorge Theobald
t itifj tiuit the commissioner'! son,
Marvin Child s i- racing in an auto
mobile with a Miller on the Pleas
ant JHew road, near the Hotter farm.
v'i w moment In tet lie heard C11 '
Judge I. R, Roberts pronounce- ;en
tence after finding Miller guilty
whereupon his son who had pleaded
not guilty, c hanged his plea to guilty
Each was sentenced to pny a fine or
$: or to serve BO days In jail.
Bliller Vsho h-id pleaded not guilty,
testified :
' I was driving a Studebnker car
with one hand going about 20 mil
an hour, 1 tried to pass Child and he
Stepped on her. We ran alonfc about
half a block and then 1 flowed down to
pull In behind him.
' I Know 1 wasn't going 30 miles an
hour, because the young lady sitting
alongside of mc looked down nt the
speedometer and said, "Why 1 'he of
ficer arresting you. You're only going
2S miles an hour ' "
Theobald testified that before he
had arrested Miller he had been trav
eling at an excessive rate of speed, j
I Asked by Judge Roberts how fat the,
I men had driven the two blocks In
question, before he signalled them to
stop, Theobald startled the court by,
a nsv. ring
'They made that two blocks In i
abont seven seconds."
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MUTILATE SELVES
TO AVOID SERVICE
TOKIO. May 27. (Correspondence I
j of the Associated Press i Srli nnnlln-
tlon to avoid conscription U- .LijunN
army and navy and a 36 per cenl ln
j crease of suicides anion; cons ript-.
, are features of enforced military and
naval service, given out recently.
I Out of 666,000 men emmlned for
'service. 10,v00 were found to be Mif
! ferlng from disease and 3S4 were dis
covered to be feigning unfitness. Some
of these pretended to be afflicted with
.exaggerated short-sightedness. while
n nuffber had out off the lobes of
.their ears and some had cut off a fln
(ger to avoid donning the mikado's
uniform
The plan for naval reduction Im
parts a special significance to this
year's examination of conscripts which
; will begin throughout the country
next month.
FINED $299 FOR
LIQUOR POSSESSION
Harvey A. Poulson. arrested last
I night on the charge of having liquor
in his possession, was found guilty
In the city court this morning and
sentenced to pay a fine of $299 or to
aerve 180 days In Jai:
Deputy Sheriff t 1 1 Mohlman tes
tified that PoulSOO had been arrest
ed on West Twelfth street where
he had a portion of a still and was
prepared to manufacture liquor. He
also testified that about four and one
half gallons of liquor had been found
on the premises.
James A. Kelley pleaded guilty to
I the- charge vagrancy and was sen
tenced to serve 10 days In Jail
MIRROR STOLEN
FROM STOREROOM
Burglars broke into a store room
used by Oeorge Poster, 2760 Wash
ington avenue, last night, and stole
n plat kIuss mirror four feet by two
J feet in size and cut io be used over a
mantle piece, according to a report to
1 1 he police t odaj
The burglars made no effort lo t !
anything else from the room.
R. II. YVouton. finger mint expert.
I mude an investigation of the premises
-mrt the poll., are working on clues
that they believe will lead to the arrest
of the guilty parties.
SEEKS TO RECOVER
$1955 COMMISSION
Clinton D Walker has filed suil
against S. E. Adams, sometimes known
as Shirley Adams, In the district court
seeking to recover J105T. SO, allege, I to
be due him for- commissi in m the sale
of stock Walker alleges that on
April 1. 1 ft 2 1 . he entered into a con
tract with the defendant in which he
was to act as salesman of securities of
the intermountaln Building & Loan
company of Idaho He charges that
there is commission due him of
$1955 60 from his sales, hut pajment
has bet n refused.
NEVADA RECTOR IS
VISITOR IN OGDEN
I
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The Rev. F C Murgotten. rector of
St. Peter 's church. Carson City, Nev .
who was the house guest Friday of
the Rev John V. Hyslop, pastor of,
the Church of the Good Shepherd, dc- I
parted this morning to attend the con
ference on religions education m Chi
cago He will then continue nn to i
New York and pass two months a I
Columbia University preparing his !
thesis for the doctor of philosophy degree
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TO DECORATE GRAVES
OF BATTALION MEN
Daughters of ihe Mormon Battalion
will meet Monday, May t,'H. at 3 oYlot k I
at the main pates of the City cemetery 1
to decorate the graves of the battalioii
men
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HOLDERNESS BEST
BRITISH AMATEUR
I
PJRESTWTCK. Mny 27 i Ry th-,
Associated Press, i E W Holdorne
of Walronheath today won the Brt'.-;
l&h amateur golf championship by
defeating John Caven of Cochran Ca-
tie, Scotland. one up In the final
round this afternoon
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Modern Woodmen Notice
All members are requested to a:
tend funeral of Nhr. P U. Morris,
Sunday at '-' SO nt Christian ihurch,
twenty-fourth street and Madison.
H WHBTTON,
Consul
J II SHAPES
Clerk
1 7615
VIADUCT JOB
AGAINDELAYED
After Conference at Salt!
Lake Redesign of Plans I
Decided Upon
Construction work on 'he Rlwr
dale viaduct and bridge, which ha
been hanging fire for several month"
mav be delayed until the spring of
1928.
At a meeting of representative- ol
the State, federal government and.
I nlon Pacific railroad at Salt Lai
tho plans as outlined by th- state
for the crossing were dtscueeed.
It wns decided to redesign the plans
after.lt was found that several thou
sand dollars might be sa-v ed to each
of the participants
T'nder the original eMima:e h--structure
was to cost jlTS.ono in
the estimate filed a few weeks ago
thM amount wa Increased to
1 2 (t 0 0 1 1 1 1
Under the new plans several thou- j
sand (lollarw will be saved and a bet
ter structure constructed. H Pear
son, engineer of the bureau of public
roads, said.
It I' now believed that the actual
construction work will be held upj
until next year.
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TWELFTH VK1 Elder Jamc ,
GUnn McKay formerly president of
the London. Norwich and Bristol con
ference, will speak before the Twelfth
Ward udvanced theological class Sun
day morning.
The experiences of Elder McKay in
his missionary labors, well qualify him
lo talk on the subject of the Melchl-
isedek priesthood, the subject for Sun
day morning.
I IIM CHURCH l HKIHT
SCI1 XTT9T i ornei Monroe avenue
and Twenty-fourth street. Regular
service at 11 o'clock Sunday morning
Subject, "Ancient und Modem Necro
mancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypno
tism. Denounced.' Sunday school at
::Ao a. m Wednesday evening Testi
i monlnl meetings nt S p. m. Reading
itooins at 512 First atlonal hank bulld
: ing. Rooms open daily from "12 noon
,. ', p in exc"p; Sundays and holl
; days.
ENSIGN MISSION 2p5 C4
fifth street. Sunday services: Preach
ing and testimony meeting 8 p m. Rev.
Thomas ! lodge will Speak, li.hlc study
It p. m. Search the scriptures for In
them ye think ye have eternal life."
The past week has had many new fea-
tines. The pulpit has been filled by
I seemingly opposite faiths -Pentacos-
i tals, orthodox and "pillar of fire" ad-,
1 VOCates, Two young women of the
I latter faith and missionaries of that
Organization have been worshiping:
j with us. and we Iveyc had u good lime
together. Miss May Bavs n splendid
itulk Tuesday evening supplemented b
MTIss ismith and enjoyed b all. tn
their way to Denser headquarters of;
.their church w- wish them Uod speed
land (iod's Messing, and an early re-:
I turn to tipden and ih Knign mis-
sion.
Old friends are rem we i ok their a 1 leg -latti'i'
to i hi work i.Jod bless vou all
We are glad to see vou. The. Mission
needs you. the man on the streel I
needs you SS need vou and ou are j
mote than welcome. Twenty-fifth!
itreei s great missionary field it
In both home and lore.gn Come and.
fit In.
HIE CENTRAL PARK SUNDAY
SCHOOL Thirtj first street and
Washington avenue. meets at 2 j
o'clock Sunday afternoon A hearty
invitation is extended to you to rom?
land enjoy the service with us. "Now
then, we are ambassadors for Chris', i
as though Gojt did beseech you by
us, we pray you In Christ's stead, h-?
ye reconciled to Cod, for He hath!
made Him to be sin for us, who kne, i
no -In. that we might be made the
righteousness of God in Him:" 2nd
Cor . 5.20-21 j
THK sL V1IOX ARMY Captain
..nil Mis Robert Henderson in Charge
City Jail meeting 10 a. ni . Sunday (
school 2 30 p. m . open air mee'tnor
3:45. City park Sfoung People's
mefeting 6:30 p. m. Mrs. W. Btook,
leader, Topic, "Fixed Motives,' John
12:9. Open air meeting 7:13 p. m..
Twenty-fifth street and Lincoln ave
nue. Salvation meeting 8 p. m Good
music, good Gospel snu; nc and a
good blessing fOl the sotil that is hun
gry. Come All are welcome
I fltST BAPTIST CHURCH 2359
t.r.int avenue Rev L A. Garrison
l) Dm pastor. Services will be held
Sunday as follows-
Bible school at 9:45 a. ni Jay A
Smith, general superintendent The
superintendent wishes every scholar
to be In place promptly on time with
a new scholar for every old one.
Classes are graded and arranged to
i t the needs of every one. J. O.
Hughes Is superintendent of the Se
nior department. Mis. Leonora Skaggs
of the Intermediate and Mrs. Jay A.
Smith of the primary
Preaching services will he held at
11 o'clock. Topic, "Somo Fundamen
tals In Patriotism." Reports fro:;i
the state convention will be given.
Junior R V P. l' at 5 P will bo
held under the auspices of the Se
nior society. Senior B. T. P, U. at
t. 10. The quiet half hour will be-j
led by Fred Prashaw The dev otional i
ii e ting will be from 7 to S under the
direction of Group I Topic, 'what
Church Membership Involves" Acs,
2:87-47. Evening worship at s
o'clock. Topic of the sermon, ' Going '
Through."
Tho Boy Scouts will meet on Tues
day evening at 7:30 In- the lecture I
room of the church, Melbourne
Means, assistant BCOUt leader.
Midweek meetinK of the church on
Wednesday evening. This is the last
Of ihe dinners and social hours un
til fail Everybody invited. Dinner
B ' I 3 o clock Study at 7 30 to S ; 30 I
0 clock.
Special Sundnv morning solo hy Ja f
a Smith. 'Oh Eyes That Are Weary," j
by F. H. Brackett.
1 O. Hughes will hav e charge of I
the community sing Sunday evening.
THE WALL AVENUE BAPTIST1
CHURCH Sunday services. Sunday
school 10 a. m.; morning services 111
o'clock Subject, "Church Work- 1
ors." B. Y. P. U, at 6 SO p. m. Sun-I
day evening, 8 o'clock Subject, "The
Church We Need." The pastor went!
to Salt Lake as delegate to the statu'
convention held nt Immanuel Hap- i
fist church. The cession vr spleii-'
'lid Dr Garrison, pastor pf the i-'n
t'hurch of Ogden. was president He
makes a Splendid executive officer!
which the Baptists of 1'tah should be j
proud of, Brother Smith, the tru
gj fST 1 M
m A i-aJsn
THE THRILL THAT MES NCE 1N A UFEy
(vJjHette7 ) ok --A lrM "TH crick ': j I oe cowo 9 i
yA Cvm Htoe ty a'; ATOn,c eN ' ! would TIPS M-
7.r .. 1 XAN! PAv :GT
iTH ACKMOvaECMeriTs lo S if? AUTHOR Con Am VoVLej $
end tried, is always on hand to look'
nfLer the business of the work. Rev '
M. A lillgntn. pastor.
t HURCH OF THE GOOD SHKP-lll-;itl
John W FlyslOf tor Cor
ner ( i Irani avenue and Twenty
fourth street, opposite ihe poStoffil e
fhe Smoiav .fte.. thy Ascension The
church BChbbl meets at s.ir a. m.
W. B. Prout. superintendent MunuiK'
prayer anil sermon to the Chapter
Royal Arch Masons at 11 o'clock with'
special Ascension-tide music by ihe
i hoir. as follows:
Prpcesslonal Hymn. "See the Con
querbr Mounts in Triumph". H. Hani j
Introit Anthem. ' Tiealh. VN hrw 1 B
Thy Sting ' W; Spinney1
Venlte Eul.temUS Danjgnbn.
'IV iietiin Kotzsthmar
BehediCtus Chant
Hymn, "Thou Art Gone Up On
High' AUgnis 1
Offertpry solo. ''Open the Gates' I
Knapp
Mrs Ajtnes Warner
1C "cessions 1 hymn, 'The God of i
Abraham Praise' ... J. Stainer
The Women's Guild will meet on
Wednesday afternoon :n the Guild :
rooms and will be entertained by
Mrs. F Bounds and Miss Nellie Cow
llshaw. INTERNATIONAL BlHLI sl l -BENTS'
ASSOCIATION Regulai bl-J
bis studv- meeting. 3 p. m.. at the Gold
en Age bureau. 363 Twenty-ninth
street. Subject, The Divine Flan of.
the Ages." The common mistake
made by Jews. Christians and religious1
people generally What is it? Some
thing about election and free grace ;
Truth friends visiting m Ogden and'
all Interested cordially invited.
FIRST MKTHODIST t III lit H to I
Twenty-fourth street. Hugh Neville,
pastor, Sunday school 10 a. m. 5
' C Wycoff, superintendent Primary
imi beginners' departments, 10 a. m!
Lepiders Mrs. s Seatpn and Miss
Mabel Rowse Sunday morning at 11
j O'clock a Memorial day service will
1 be held to which all men oj the erjn)
' and navy and all old veterans of the
c, R . the Spanish-American war
and world war are cordially lnvlleu.
The subjects of the address will he
The New Bignlficanct ol Memorial
! Oav ' or ' Unfinished Casks.
There will be no evening service or
BSpworth league meeting so that all
' may attend the graduation service.- in
: the First Presby.ena n church The
midweek service will b? held on W?d
I ncsday at 8 p m. Scout meetings
, Boys. Mondnv. 7 p m., girls, Friduj'.
'6 p m.; juniors. Saturda.v. 7 p m
Junior league and memoership claSSei
I Friday 4 o'clock
Music for Memorial service. 11 a
I m.:
iKan prelude. A Song Without Words
Mendelssohn
I Of fertorj Berceuse .Kargnoss
: Song The Silent oice . . Cara Homn
Mlss Margaret Hartley.
i Postlude ... Kuhe
organist Miss Vera Season
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THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL"!
CHURCH Rev. Godfrey Matthews,
minister. On Adams between Twen-I
ty-fourth and Twepty-fifth streets,
lis ni divinu worship and sermon
Prelude, Andante Schultyl
Offertory offertory He'lerj
Postlude, Credo from First Mass '
Haydn
Charles H Peart,
Sermon. What Are the Pundamen-l
lals of Christian Belief 1
12.1S noon, church school, Dr E.
P. Mills, superintendent Kindergar
ten directed bv Mrs. Myrtle Dlnsmoie'
and helpeis Women's class, led by'
Mrs Hyrum Smith Men's class, led
by Dr Mills Hijrh school bovs, led1
Mr, Matthews. Classes for alii
grades S nd age
6 "ft p. m.. Vesper service.
Prelude, Prelude LlckU
offertory, Traumltod Fryslngerj
Ogden Chapter No. 2,
Royal Arch Masons
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I
We will attend services at the Epis- !
copal Churph Sundaj morning. Mav
38 Will leave temple nt 10. S a m l
All brothers and companions cpMlallyJ
Invited to accompany us
OEORGE B ROBERTS, H P
7697 1
Postlude, Cum Sancto. . . j. .Mozart'
Charles H Peart
ocal solo. The Penitent
Van der Water
''. M. Wilton.
(Quartet. Anthem, When Night In-
volves the Skies SheHey
Chorus anthem. "The Rad.anl Morn i
Hath Passed -vvav Woodward
Sermon. ".Christian Economics and
the Coal Strike "
rill SECOND CONGREGATIONAL I
CHURCH Ffv Points k", Godfrey
Mat. hews, minister. 5:3M a. m.. Sun
ds school for the community Miss!
Ruth Nottage club leader Kinder
garten directed by Miss Melba Sulley. I
' lasses for ail grades and nges and a
welcome for all who attend
I UK I l.l.M ENGliISH LUTHERAN
Hl'RC'H Corner of Jefferson avenue
and Twenty-third street Arthur E.
Qlson! pastor Sunday school andj
bibje class even Sunday at in a ni.'
Morning services every Sunday at
11:15 o'clock. Evening services every)
Sunday at R o'clock. The annual
hurch benefit soc ial will be held at!
the church auditorium on Friday ev-!
filing. .June . when Dt E. P. Mills
will give, an illustrated lecture on Si-i
berla. Sexeral musical selections will
also be given. The proceeds from this
social will apply on payment of the
church apportionment for street pav
ing The program commences at S.15
o'clock.
FIRM PRK8BI ElSaUAN CHI RCI1
-John Edward Carver, pastor Morn
ing aervfjCs aUll o'clock. Memorial:
Sunday sermon Theme, 'The Grace I
of Remembrance"' Sunday school ar 1
l IS o'clook. Tin Sunaay school will
i onimence at the 10 0 . lock hour Jun"
J .Tllnl.li- Riiillia I
- v. kii iitcvis at
o'i locjt. Senior ami Intermediate En
, dcavor meets at 7 o'clock. Evening
preaching service at S o'clock The
baccalaureate services for the Ogden
' high school will be held at this hour.
ermon theme The Making of an
America n
Morning musli
; Prelude. Son of Indra ..
1 Kini-'iy Korsakow
MiSS Martha. C. Coleman
, Contralto, solo Thy Will Be Done
Sullivan
. ; Miss Miidred Ware
Violin offertory, Song Withou;
; Words . .-. , De Lone
Miss Ida Anderson
Contralto solo, t'ome Jesus Re
deemer ".. . Bartle:t
MisS Mildred Ware
j Postlude. Alle Marcis SchvPe
I Miss Martha C. Coleman
, Eenlng music:
The chorus and orchestra of the
( Ogden high school will furnish the
mU9C for the baccalaureate services
; This program will consist of or. h -;
tral numbers, solos and Chorus )H.
; lectiops under the leadership of the
I department of music of ;he school. I
I oo
KU KLUX MEMBERS
AT VENTURA RESIGN j
LOS ANGELES, May 27. Fiftv- I
five of the 150 members of the Ku
Kluz Klrm at Ventura, Cal. resiKnud I
today, according to a special dispatch
to the Eos Angeles Times It was
s.ild the resigning members adopted 8
resolution urging lh disorganization
of the klan throughout the United
Stales.
uu
SUN BATH ADVOCATE
OF SOUTHWEST DIES
ALBUQUERQUE X M May -7
Dr. A G. Shortle founder of the first I
sanitarium in Albuquerque and r ra
tional figure in tuberculosis nork. died
here Friday night, aged "I years. rl
was regarded as an rtuthoii.i on - tu
baths in tho treatment of tuberculosis
and was a frequent spi.ike.- before
medical bodies.
oo
CARD OF THANKS
Wo desire to extend our s:ncere and ,
heurtlclf thanks to our friends and j
neighbors for their many acts of kind- I
ness and assistance shown us during
the laie Illness and death Of our he- ,
loved won. Uert: also for the many
beautiful floral tributes.
Signed:
THOMAS CI NM.VGHAM AND
FAMILY. 7 950 1
DANTZIG CONTINjft
U. S. RELIEF EIr
.( NLi iN Mny 2"- ThePj
e?;s '" 'A ' h" i.omSM' .
lief administration is to
; i a nosBr'
. ,' $i at ion toB1'
the futiuBj-.,
Thi l ;he second govtnBvi
American retitf work ittH
ing of the A Ft. A offtSH
basing iho honor of the M
v!
. rt.i USr'
a r last haj ?erved mealH
gi .-I ng mdlhV2t
oo W t
EIGHT ENTRIES HI
KENTUCKY HAKMt-
'.. .fl-- . II. lf: Kv May
thl KV -'
iddcd. '""jHJ.a!
and upward for one and qw
,.s ihe- ste'.Ur jt"BfeT
' ":i If. h II i .A EWB.
r- icnting miosH
he I'eiintrv. wtr named gMj
e F rid..'' merit -Of
Goes to Chicy
Jean Kennd.v. fJj
21 American women's cjt?J
tho World's ChriatJaa Stlggsggsa
krnc at Peking, C-.
WHITE ClTm
Admission,
OLIE REEVE'S DAJ
ORCHEST m

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