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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1922
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UAPTIST
First Baptist church Rev. R. W.
Leazer, pastor. Sunday school will be--gin
promptly at 9:15, Norman Shep
ipard, superintendent. The pastor will
.preach at both services. The morning
theme is, "The Secret of Personality,"
'services will begin at 10:45 a. m.;
evening service, song serr i will be
gin at 7:15, the theme of tne sermon
la, "They Were Pricked in Their
Hearts;" Senior B. Y. P. U. will meet
at 6:15 p. m.; Junior B. Y. P. U. will
meet at 3 p. m.; prayer meeting will
be held Thursday evening, 7:30, J. W.
Fergurson will lead the meeting.
BRETHREN
United Brethren Eleventh and
North B streets. II. S. James, pastor.
Bible school at 9:20 a. m.. Fred D.
White, superintendent. Worship and
sermons 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by
the pastor, subjects, "Past and Pres
ent" and "Do We Need a Revival?"
Senior C. E. 6:30 p. m.; prayer meet
ing Thursday evening.
CATHOLIC
St. Andrew's Catholic Fifth and
South C streets. Rev. F. A. Roell.
rector; Rev. Clement Zepf, assistant.
7:00 a. m.. Low Mass and Communion,
8: ?0 a. m., Low Mass, sermon and
Communion; 10:00 a. m.. High Mass
and Sermon. 3:00 p. m. Vespers Ser
monette and Benediction. At the 10
o'clock service the male choir sing3
under the direction of the organist and
choirmaster, Joseph M. Richter. Fri'
day evening, Holy Hour, Benediction,
and choir practice.
St. Mary's Catholic Rev. W. J.
Cronin, pastor; Rev. John Rodutskey.
assistant pastor. 6 a. m., low mass; 8
a. m., low raaaa and sermon; 10 a. m.
high mass and sermon; 2:30 p. m. in
struction with benediction at 3 p. m.;
CHRISTIAN
The First Christian Corner of
Tenth and South A streets; A. L.
Stamper, minister. Bible school 9:15,
O. A. Bennett, superintendent; Lord's
table 10:15, sermon subject, "A Min
ister's New Year's Resolutions for His
Church;" evening worship, 7:30, ser
mon subject, "The Uplifted Fall." Spe
cial music both morning and night;
Senior Endeavor 6:30, Miss Dorothy
Simms leader; Junior Endeavor 6:30,
Mrs. Harry McMinn, superintendent.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
First Church of Christ, Scientist
North A between Fourteenth and Fif
teenth streets. Subject: "Christian Sci
ence." Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting at 7:13.
Public cordially invited.
EPISCOPAL
St. Paul's Episcopal church North
east corner North Eighth and North A
streets, the Rev. George G. Burbanck
rector. Sunday services at 8 and 10:30
a. m.; church school will be omitted
for this Sunday and the children will
be expected to attend the 10:30 serv
ice with their parents. Notice is here
by given as required by canon of the
annual parish meting and election of
wardens and vestry man on Wednes
day night, Jan. 10, at 7:30 p. m. The
church is open daily from 9 to 5 for
private prayer and meditation.
FRIENDS
East Main Street Friends church
Potween Fifteenth and Sixteenth
ffrnets; E. Howard Brown and Ruth
i Brown,. pastors. Sunday school, 9: 15
a. m.; Harry B. Reeves, superintend
ent Preaching service, 10:30 a. m.;
subject, "Things That Are Perishable
and Imperishable." Christian Endeav
or, 6 p. m. Sacred Christmas concert.
Ladies' Aid, Thursday afternoon, 1:30.
The public always welcome.
West Richmond Friends church
Charles M. Woodman, pastor. Bible
school, 9 a. m.; Millard Markle, super
intendent. Meeting for worship, 10:30
a .m. Christian Fellowship Circle, 4
p. m. Vesper service, 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Thursday evening, 7:30.
South Eighth Street Friends church
Louis T. Jones, pastor. Sunday
school 9:10, John H. Johnson super
intendent. Meeting for worship 10:30.
The Young Friends Group will not
meet this week. Mid-week prayer
meeting Thursday evening 7:30. A
hearty welcome awaits you at these
services.
HOLINESS
Pilgrim of Holiness Church North
Eleventh and H streets; Rev. Will
Rice, pastor. Sunday school, 9:15 a.
m.; James Hoover, superintendent.
Class meeting at 10:15; Nettie Ever
man, class leader. Preaching at 11
by the pastor. Young People's meet
ing at 6:30; Mrs. Elsie Myers, leader.
Preaching at 7:30 by the pastor. Cot
tage prayer meeting Tuesday evening
at 7:30 at 20 South Eighth street,
at William Isenhour's residence. Mid
week prayer meeting at 7:30. A great
missionary meeting will be held on
Sunday, Jan. 7, 1923, at 10:30, 2:30
and 7:30, in charge of Rev. Gertrude
Davis, of Kokomo, Ind., who will be
assisted by local workers. Plan to
come and spend the day with us.
Everybody welcome. Remember the
date, Jan. 7, 1923.
LUTHERAN
Fir6t English Lutheran South A
and Eleventh streets. F. A. Dressel,
pastor. Parsonage, 110 South Elev
enth street. Sunday school at 9 a. m.;
E. B. Knollenberg, superintendent.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m.;rermon sub
ject, "What I Have Written, I Have
Written." The Junior choir will fur
nish the music. There will be no
services Sunday, as the congregation
is joining with St. Paul's in a union
service at the Second English Luth
eran church. The sermon will be
preached by Dr. J. P. Miller. The
three Lutheran church First, Second
and St. Paul's will unite in union
services during the week of prayer.
The Second Lutheran Sunday at
7:30 p. m. sermon by J. P. Miller;
Monday at 7:30 p. m., eermon by F.
A. Dressel. St. Paul's Lutheran
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., sermon by F.
A. Dressel; Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
sermon by C. R. Isley. First English
Lutheran Thursday at 7:30 p. m.,
sermon by J. P. Miller; Friday at 7:30
p. m., sermon by C. R. Isley. Church
council meets Friday after the even
ing service.
Second English Lutheran North
West Third and Pearl streets. C. Ray
mond Isley, pastor. Sunday, Dec. 31:
Sunday school 9:15 a. m.: W. H. Alex
ander, superintendent. Morning wor
ship at 10:30 o'clock, with a New
Year's message by the pastor. At 7
p. m. will begin the week of prayer
services in union with St. Paul's and
First churches, with Dr. Miller preach
ing. Monday at 7:30 p. m. Dr. Dres
sel will preach in our church. Later
CHIEF JUSTICE OF
IRISH FREE STATE
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Thomas F
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Chief Justice Thomas F. Maloney
ef Ireland administered the oath of
office to Timothy Healy, recently
installed governor general.
Fountain City Christian
Church Services Given
FOUNTAIN CITY, Ind., Dec. 30.
Services at the local Christian church
Sunday and during the week will be
as follows:
Sunday school at 9:30 o'clock; Ora
Wright, superintendent. Communion
services after the Bible school;
preaching service at 7 o'clock in the
evening; prayer meeting and teacher
training class Thursday evening at 7
o'clock. The regular monthly mission
ary meeting will be held at 2:30
o'clock Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. S. C. Alexander.
services in the other churches. Cate
chetical class Friday at 3:45 p. m.
Trinity English Lutheran Seventh
and South A streets; Oscar T. F. Tres
sel, pastor. Residence 23 South Elev
enth street, telephone, 2861. Sunday
school, 9:00; divine service 10:30,
"Our Precious Hope;" Luther league,
6:45; evening worship 7:30, "What
Think Ye of the Christ-Child in Beth
lehem?" ' Junior Luther league Tues
day evening with Lawrence Koehring,
419 Main street. Teachers' conference
Friday evening at 7:00.
St. Paul's Lutherai Church South
7th and D streets. J. P. Miller, pastor
Sunday School 9:00 a. m., Jesse A.
Wiechman, Supt. Divme services 10:30
a. m. conducted by the pastor. At 7:30
St. Paul's will join in a union service
with the First and Second Lutheran
churches held at th Second Church
During the week the three above
churches will join in a series of union
services as announced later. Coucil
meeting Tuesday evening after Churcli
services.
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran
church Corner South Seventh and
E streets, A. L. Nicklas, pastor. Eng
lish service 8:00 a. m. Sunday school
9:15 a. m. German service 10:30 a.
m. Sylvester eve . service, English
7:00 p. m. German service New Year's
morning 10:00 a. m. Benevolent soci
ety postponed one week. - Y. P. socie-
Uy Tuesday evening. Ladies' society
ana sewing circle xnursaay aiternoon.
Luther League Thursday evening.
Teachers' meeting Friday evening.
METHODIST
First Methodist Church Morning
service 10:30 o'clock. Prelude "Cava
tina" (Raff); Hymn, "Guide Mo Oh
Thou Great Jehovah" No. 91; Apostles
Creed and Prayer concluding with the
Lord's Prayer; vocal solo, "Compas
sion," (Blowers; Psalter Reading:
Gloria Patri; New Testament Scrip
ture Reading; Offertory, "Romance ,
(Zitterbart);, Vocal Duet, "Lover Di
vine" (Stainer); sermon "Good Busi
ness.". Closing Hymn No. 408; Bene
diction. Vocalists: Mrs. Mineman and
Paul Steen. There will be no Junior
church service. The parsonage wi'.l
be open this' morning for the nurse; y
as usual.
Watch Night Service at 7:30
Prelude Devotion. Opening song
service. Prayer, Scripture Reading;
Offertory, "Twilight Hours" (Shack
ley) ; address by Mr. John Haramy ;
postlude, March Jubilante (Battman)
Organist, Margaret Ewing. Intermis
sion, fifteen minutes. (Intermediate
League service) 10:00 p. m. A sociai
half hour with refreshments served
Continuation of program Vocal Solo,
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say
(Minotti) Mrs. Minneman. Three four
minute speeches by three "Minuto
Men," subject "What Christ Has Done
For Me." Duet, selected, Mrs. Minne
man and Mr. Paul Stein. Three four
minute speeches by three Epworth
Leaguers, subject "What L would like
to do for Christ. Solo: "Prayer Pei
fect" (Stenson) by Paul Stein." Ad
dress by the pastor The claims of
Christian Stewardship. "What Tith
ing Has Done for the Women's Home
and Foreign Missionary Society" by a
representative of both. "What Tith
ing would do for Our Church" by a
member of the offic.'al board. Bene
diction. Third M. E. church Sunday school,
9:15; Walter Baldwin, superintendent.
Morning worship, 10:30; pastor preach
ing. Watch night service, begining at
8 o'clock. From 8 to 10 there will be
a special song service, solos, an ad
dress "What It Takes to Make a Citi
zen," by C. B. Lewis. Social hour from
10 to 11. Another song service at 11,
and sermou by pastor, "What It Takes
to Make a Christian." The public is
urged to attend. Our revival services
are beginning and will continue
through the week, excepting Saturday
night. Come and enjoy these services
Grace Methodist Cnurch All intei
est centers upon the revival which be
gins tomorrow in Grace church. The
pastor will preach the opening ser
mon. The watch-night service will be
addressed by Dr. Somerville Light,
Rev. H. S. James and Rev. II. H.
Compton. The administration of th-j
Lord's supper will be celebrated anl
the New Year welcomed in by a beau
tiful candle service at the midnight
hour. The music of the campaign will'
be in charge of Prof. Harry Box, solo
ist and chorus director. lie has been
secured because Dr. Bulgin is not
holding meetings during January. Di.
David E. Kendall will arrive in the
city the first of the week and will
preach every night. We expect this
will be the greatest campaign Grace
church has ever passed through. Let
us all come to services on the last day
of the new year.
Wesleyan M. E. church Morning
service, 11 a. m. Sunday school, 2:30
p. m. Evening service, ! p. m. Con
tinued service until 12 midnight. Two
sermons will be delivered. Rev. A. M.
Gilniore, pastor; residence, 611 South
Services at Whitewater
Church Are Announced
WHITEWATER, Ind., Dec. 30.
Christian church services at White
water Sunday and during the week
have been announced as follows:
Bible school at 9:30 o'clock Sunday
morning; Elva - Jordan, superintend
ent. Preaching and communion serv
ices immediately following. Subject
for the sermon, "The Mansion." The
regular meeting of the Woman's Mis
sionary society will be held at 2:00
o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Charles Blose.
Twelfth street, William Coins, Sun
day school superintendent.
MISSION
Union Mission North Twelfth and
J streets; Gordon Nixon, pastor. Sun
day school, 9:15. Morning worship,
10:30; subject, "A Clean Sheet" Chris
tian Endeavor, 6:30; Group 3 in
charge. Evening service, 7:30; sub
ject, "This Year Also." Everybody
should attend Sunday school or church
this last Sunday of 1922. Prayer meet
ing Tuesday evening, 7:30.
NAZARENE
Church of the Nazarene Fifth and
North A streets: E. E. Robinson, pas
tor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preach
ing 10:30 a. m.; subject, "The Beauty,
Dignity and Strength of the Church."
Children's meeting at 6:30 p. m.; Mrs.
comstock, leader. Watch night serv
ice beginning at 7:30 p. m. Woman's
Missionary meeting Wednesday 7:30
p. m.
PRESBYTERIAN
First Presbyterian Dr. Joseph J.
Rae, pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a.
m. Edwin H. Flook, superintendent.
Sermon by pastor, 10:30; subject:
"Memories of 1922." Christian En
deavor Night Watch service, 8 to 12 p.
m. eVsper services 5" p. m., subject:
"Prospects of 1923."
Violet Osborn will be leader at the
Christian Endeavor meeting of the
First Presbyterian church Sunday ev
ening. The topic is "Lesson from a
New Year's Psalm." Meeting at 8
o'clock. Everybody welcome.
Second Presbyterian Church Sab
bath school at 9:15; divine worship
at 10:30 and 7:30. Services in charge
of Dr. Walter H. Dexter.
SALVATION ARMY
Salvation Army Soutti Fifth street.
Ensign Amberger in charge. Sunday
school, 9:30 a. rc.; holiness meeting,
10:45 a. m.; young people's meeting,
6:10 p. m.; outdoor meeting, 7 p. m-;
Indoor meeting, 8 p. m.; public serv
ices Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 8 p. m.
SPIRITUALIST .
Science Church o Spiritualists
Services Sunday 7:45 p. m. in the
Knights of Pythias Temple, South 8th
street. Lecture by the pastor, Rev.
M. C. B. Austin, sut.ject: "You Will
Grow This New Year as You Study"
Mrs. Jessie Wilson, pianist and direc
tor: Messages by Ada P. Titus and
Rev. Austin. Public cordially invited.
The Independent Spiritualist Asso
ciation Holds service every Sunday at
7:45 p. m., in Red Men's hall, 26 South
Seventh stret; Rev. Mrs. L. A. Mor-,
row, pastor; Prof. C. E. May, assistant
pastor. Lecture by pastor; subject, .
"Past Present, and Future as Viewed
From' the Spirit Side." Messages by
Frank H. Schroeder and Rev. Morrow.
The . Independent Ladies Aid society
will meet Thursday afternoon in Red
Men's hall at 2:30 o'clock. Public cor
dially Invited to our service.
MISCELLANEOUS-
The Church of God 515 North A
street. Services for Sunday, Dec. 31:
Sunday . school 9:30 a. m.; general
services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Expect Brother E. B. Shilts to be in
charge of these meetings. Thoma3
Duckworth, pastor.
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one members of one another." Rom. 12:4:5.
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