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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUSLELEGRAM SATURDAY, NOV. 1918.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM
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United War Work Campaign Nov. 1 1-18 -By
Senator Harry S. New
Every American citizen ha3 a moral respon
sibility in fdving his individual aid and assistance
to our boys in France. The Government of the
United States is supplying its soldiers with muni
tions, food and equipment, but this is by no means
all that is needed by, a modern army. The boys
in France are entitled to, and deserve all of the
comforts which money can give them and Amer
icans are now appealed to in an effort to assure
the boys of all of these comforts through the
United Var Work Campaign which will be con
ducted throughout the United States during the
week of November 11th to. 18th.
The merits of the war work of the Y. M. C A.,
Knights of Columbus, Y. M. H. A., Salvation
Army and' other relief organizations, are no long
er debatable. They have proved, during the time
this nation has been in war, that their services
are indispensible. Americans will not fail in
giving the necessary funds that their work may
be carried on. It has been estimated that the
sum of $170,500,000 is now needed if this work
is to be conducted as heretofore. Surely no j
American would see the work lessened or dim
inished. It becomes, therefore, a matter of individual
interest for each of us. If each American will
contribute according to the dictates of his con
science and in view of hi3 good judgment as to
the unquestioned merits of this work, the boys
will continue to have these very necessary bene
fits and comforts which are assured them
through this campaign.
To make a success of this campaign is the next
job of the Americanpeople. We cannot and will
..First Baptbt Church Sunday school
school. 9:13 a. m., K. E. Kenny, supt.
Morning worship at 10:40 ; subject,
"Three Basic Principles In Jesus's
Life." B. Y. P. U. Young People's
Meeting, 6:20 p. m. Evangelistic ser
vice, 7:30. Sermon subject, "The Ad
vantages of a Concrete Example."
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
7:30. Sunday, November 17, we will
commence our Christmas Enlistment'
campaign, which will continue through
the week ending November 21. Fol
lowing that campaign we will com
mence an Evangelistic campaign. In
diana Baptist stata convention will be
held at Indianapolis, Nov. 12 to 14.
Shelby Cohee, pastor, residence, 211
South Eighth street. Phone 1706.
United Brethren Eleventh and N.
B streets, H. S. James, pastor. Bible
school at 9:30 a. m., Fred White, sup
erintendent. Preaching at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
i 6t. Andrew's Catholic South Fifth
and ' streets. Rev. Frank A. Roell.
rector; Rev. Clement Zeph, assistant.
Low iiu.hs niul communion at 5:0 a.
in. Mass, with Binding by children nud
five mlt.tilo sermon at 7:30 a. m. High
inu&s nnd sermon at 10 a. m. Vespers,
tennon and benediction at 3:00 p. m.
First Christian South Tenth and
A streets. L. E. Murray, pastor. Sun
day school. 9:15 a. m., A. B. Howard,
supt. Hours for worship, 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sermon themes, morn
ing, "Unity, a By-product of the War."
Evening, "A Pioneer in Faith." C. E.
prayer, meeting, 6:30 p. m. No mid
week service on account of the Red
Whitewater Friends North 10th St.
Sunday school at 9:00 a. m., Russell
Burkett, superintendent. Preaching
both morning and evening, 10:30 a.
m.. subject, "The Meat Offering."
7:30 p. m., subject, "The Value of a
Soul." Christian Endeavor at 6:20.
If you want to attend a live Christian
Endeavor, come to Whitewater.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening. A
J. Furstenbcrger, pastor.
South Eighth Street Friends A. F.
Mitchell, pastor. Bible school at 9:10
a. m., John II. Johnson, supt. Lesson
"Jacob's Deception." Genesis 27:18-29
Meeting for worship, 10:30 a. m. Sub
ject of sermon, "Earth Shrinkage and
World Expansion." Ladies" Aid and
Momans" Work for War Relief will
meet on Thursday afternon at 1:30.
Mid-week heetlng Thursday evening
.East Main Street Friends Main
between Fifteenth .and Sixteenth
street. John R. Webb, pastor. Bible
school. 9:10 a. m., Persey B. Smith,
supt. Meeting for worship, 10:30 a.
m., subject, "Social Cooperation."
Study class, 7:00 p. m., subject, "Land
of Cherry Blossoms," leader, Mildred
Edwards. Gospel message, 7:43 p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:30 p. m., followed by the congre
gational business meeting at 8:00
West Richmond Friends Church
Charles M. Woodman. Pastor. Three
soeclal things will mark the services
on Sunday. The Bible school wlllj
open after a four weeks closing, and !
every member is expected to be pres
ent. The attendance record or tne
members of the Go-To-Church band
will bo made In the morning meeting
for worship. At 5 o'clock a stereoptl
ron lecture on "The Child Life of the
World" will be presented. This Is a
most remarkable series of 76 beauti
fully colored slides showing the games
and dress and the customs of chil
dren from all countries. All children
and their rarents will want to see
The meeting on Ministry and Over
sight la culled for 3:30 Sunday after
noon. Tuesday afternoon. Ladies' Aid;
Thursday afternoon. Good Will club;
Thursday evening. Monthly meeting.
Williamsburg Friends' Church Sun
day schol, 9:30 a. m., with a special
program at the close. Preaching ser
vice at 7:00 p. m. Subject, "The Sec
ond Birth." Emerson Cloyd, pastor.
Omar Brlnkley, Sunday school supt. ,
First English Lutheran South A
and Eleventh streets. F. A. Dresscl,
pastor. Parsonage, 110 South Eleventh
street. Telephone 2692. Sunday school
at 9:00 a. m., E. B. Knollenberg, supt.
Preaching service at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Catechism Saturday at
1:00 p. m.. Seniors; 2:00 p. m.. Juniors.
Subject morning service, "Treasure
Within Every Man's Grasp." Evening,
Second English Lutheran North
west Third and Pearl streets. C. Ray
mond Isley, pastor. Sunday school,
9:15 a. m., John F. Holaday. supt.
Morning worship, 10:30 Communion
service Evening worship, 7:00 Ser
mon, "The Strength of Unity." The
pastor will leave the first of the week
to attend the General Synod and the
merger convention at New York, be
ing away until some time the follow
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran
Corner South Seventh and E streets.
A. L. Nlcklas, pastor. Sunday school
and Rally Day service to be held in
the church auditorium, 9 a, m. Ger
man service commemorating the Re
formation and also the Hundredth An
niversary of the Synod, 1030 a. m.
Funeral service for the late Mrs.
G. Wiesehahn, 2:00 p. m.
Illustrated address on the Life and
Work of Dr. Martin Luther, 7:00 p. m.
Special offering for the Board of Aids
both morning and evening. Mission
ary Sewing Circle Thursday afternoon.
Teachers' meeting Thursday evening.
St. Paul's Lutheran 401 South Sev
enth street. Rev. F. W. Rohlfing, D.
D., pastor. Telephone 1321. Sunday
school at 9:00 a. m., George Bartel,
supt. Lesson Genesi3 27:18-29. Holy
communion in German at the Sunday
morning service. The pastor will in
terpret the Holy sacrement and the
customary service will be conducted
by him. The confessional service with
the Hold communion will be observed
in English at the evenin gservice at
7:00 o' clock. The members are ail
invited to attend the annual Red Cros3
meeting at the high school auditorium
at 7:30 on Thursday night. Choir
practice Friday night. Catechism
classes Saturday morning.
Trinity English Lutheran Corner
Seventh and South A streets, Oscar T.
F. Tressel, pastor. Residence 29 South
Eleventh street. Phone 2861. Sunday
school at 9:00 o'clock; Preparatory
service at 10:00; divine service 10:30,
theme, "He knows how to live who
knows how to die." Holy communion
will be celebrated at this service.
Evening worship at 7:00, theme. "God
liness is profitable unto all things."
Regular monthly council meeting on
Monday evening at 1:30. The Joy
Bearers will meet Tuesday evening
with Mrs. Emma Voge, 209 South
Thirteenth street. The Senior Luther
League will meet Tuesday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klehfoth,
741 South Seventh street. The Ladies'
Society will meet all day Friday to
sew for the Red Cross.
Pfeifer, Pastor. Sunday school - at
:30; worship at 10:30; evening serv
ice for Juniors at 7:15; preaching at
7:30; prayer meeting Thursday eve
ning. Grace M. E. Church Corner North
A and Tenth streets, H. L. Overdeer,
pator. A special patriotic service has
been planned for 7:30 p. m., Sunday.
A "patriotic sing" will precede the
address by the pastor. Public worship
at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school at 9:15
a. m., and Epworth League at 6:30
Bethel A. M. E. S. Sixth and B Sts.,
Rev. J. L. Craven, pastor. Service
10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Subject
for the morning service, Devotion;
for evening, Prophecy. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening, 7:45.
Fountain City Methodist R. R. Hen
derson, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m., Wm. Cooper, superintend
ent.. Sunday is rally day and appro
priate services will be held during the
Sunday school hour. At 10:30 a. m.
the pastor will speak on "The Stew
ardship of Prayer." Everyone invited.
Epworth League at Whitewater at
6:00p. m. Preaching and song service
at 7:00 p. m. at Whitewater. The
j pastor will speak on "The Fellowship
of Intercession." The Fountain City
Ladies' Aid society will hold their
regular monthly meeting next Wed
nesday at the Home of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Harter, picnic supper.
'Our Boys' by crippling the United War Work Campaign,
unless all patriotic citizens realize: -
1. That if peace were concluded today, it would still be
from twelve .to eighteen months before our army could
be brought home and demobilized.
2. That during all this time the work of the agencies repre
sented in this campaign will be doubly necessary.
WHY IS THIS TRUE?
Because the incentive for "keeping fit" is partly re
moved; Because the solemnity of a possibly early death on the
battle field is gone ;
Because men will be more idle : leave of absence more
frequent and temptations of every kind multiplied a
thousandfold. . '
Be true to the men who have conquered for us !
Over-subscribe the United War Work Fund for:
' The Young Men's Christian Association,
The Young Women's Christian Association,
The National Catholic War Council,
The Jewish Welfare Board,
The War Camp Community Service,
The American Library Association, and
The Salvation Army
Neither the American Red Cross nor any local charity is
concerned in this Campaign.
The more reason to "give where you live."
WAYNE COUNTY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
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first shipment of Alaska coal to the
states is expected soon to take place.
It will consist of 1,000 tons from the
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the Bering coal
Coal company in
By early next year, it is believed
here, Cordova will be using Katalla
coal exclusively. The coal is said to
be a high grade anthracite and will be
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First Methodist Main and Four
teenth streets, R. L. Semans, minis
ter. Sunday school 9:15 a. m. Public
worship at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Epworth League 6: SO p. m. At the
morning service the pastor will prach
on "The Stewardship of Life." In
the evening the Woman's Home Mis
sionary society will hold its annual
thank offprint. There will he a stere
Third M''cdist Episcopal L. D.
Reid Memorial United Presbyterian
Sabbath school at 9:15, Mrs. D. W.
Scott, superintendent. Morning serv
ice, 10:30; evening service, 7:30. Jun
ior Missionary society will meet at
2:30 p. m.; Young People's Christian
Union will meet at 6:30; prayer meet
ing Thursday evening at 7:30.
J. S. HILL, Pastor.
First Presbyterian Church The
church with a message and a welcome.
Bible school at 9:15: public worship
at 10:30 a. m. and 4:45 p. m., Joseph
J. Rae, Pastor; Percy S. Sprague, Sun
day school superintendent. , Subject of
the morning sermon, "The Vision of
Splendor." There will be no vesper
services on account of the meeting at
Second Presbyterian North Nine
teenth street. Elmer E. Davis, pastor.
Bible school at 9:15, Darrell Thomas,
supt. Morning worship at 10:30.
Evening service at 7:30, subject,
"Some Sins Soldiers Hate." No mid
week service Thursday evening on
account of co-operation with Red
Cross in holding of their annual meet
First Church of Christ, Scientist (
North A street, between 14th and 15th I
Subject: Adam and Fallen Man. Sun-
day school at 9 a. m. Services at
10:30 a. m. Wednesday evening tes
timony meeting at 7:45. Public cor-!
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