|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
.jr J - i- - V V PAnPT7.TaTTT, PROVO (UTAH) 1 . - . .... .,.-. S mems SUNDAY Sacrament meetings Will be held this evening1 at 6:30 o'clock at the various I D. S. ward chapels. FIRST WARD J. A. Washburn of the L.D.S. seminary, will be the speaker, and a splendid program of music has been planned. THIRD WARD The speaker of the evening will be Vert Dixon of Visalia, Calif., field scout executive of the ML Whitney council, who is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon. Mr. Dixon, himself him-self an Eagle scout, has an interesting in-teresting message for all scout enthusiasts. FOURTH WARD Dr. and Mrs. Cart F. Eyring, who are leaving to make theii home in Boston, Mass., will be tendered a farewell testimonial. Dr. Eyring is to become president presi-dent of the New -England statee mission, and Mrs. Eyring will have charge of the women's organizations. or-ganizations. James L. Barker, member of ' the general . Sunday school board, of Salt Lake City, Dr. F. S. Harris and Ray Mc-Guire Mc-Guire will speak and a quartet, comprising Miss Elodia Ash worth, Mrs. Lillian M. Young, Harvey Staheii and Ralph Britsch, will sing. FIFTH WARD The genealogical committee will be in charge. Pres. A. V. Wat-kins Wat-kins of Sharon stake to be the speaker. Sam Jepperson, now ol Los Angeles, Calif., will give four instrumental selections. M r s. Rhoda Burningham has the music in charge. BONNEVILLE WARD ' Asel ' McGavin will be the speaker, and a fine program of music has been arranged. MANAVU WARD A. E. Lloyd, former mission president, and chairman of the Grant stake genealogy society, Salt Lake City, will speak. Miss Hilma Henrie will sing. Choristers, Courses Provo will be one of 19 centers into which the Church Music committee will go during September Septem-ber to conduct a first and a second sec-ond year training course for ward and stake choristers and organists. organ-ists. . t mt Meetings of the music institute in Provo will be held, beginning September 13, in the B. Y. U. Stake and ward choristers and organists from the Kolob, Palmyra, Pal-myra, Sharon, Summit, Untie. Timpanogos and Utah stakes will assemble in this center under the competent instructors to be assigned as-signed by the general music committee. com-mittee. Students who are to take first year course will assemble at 6 p. m. and those choristers and organists who completed the work last year and are to take up the second year course will meet at 8 p. m. Time and hours of subsequent subse-quent meetings in the courses each of which is to total 24 hours of instruction, will be determined upon at this first meeting. The courses are given under the auspices of the first presidency by the church music committee. Successes last year in 10 centers of which Provo was one, determined deter-mined upon a continuation of the first year work as well as an advanced or second year course to meet the demand of ward and stake musicians. Information concerning these (Dai ass USED CARS 1936 Plymouth Sedan $685 1935 Plymouth Sedan $575 1934 Dodge Coupe $495 1933 Plymouth Sedan $350 1933 Chevrolet Coach $365 1930 Nash Coupe $145 1930 Durant Coupe $140 1929 Bnlck Sedan $175 1929 Plymouth Sedan $165 1929 Studebaker Coach ..$150 1929 Bmck Sedan $150 1929 Whippet Coach $145 1929 Chevrolet Coach $75 1929 Chevrolet Track '. $65 1928 Whippet Coupe $75 1928 Chevrolet Coach $95 1928 Chrysler Coach $85 1926 Chrysler Sedan $75 1926 Nash Sedan f . $7ft Jolley Motor Company 145 NORTH UNTV. AVE. Provo, Utah X Aug. S0th JO I to VSept. 4th J SERVICES LUTHERAN CHURCH 150 North First West . B. Skov, Pastor Sunday school, at 10:15 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Text: L Tim. 1, 12-17- Theme: "Every true Christian believes and confesses with the Apostle Paul: that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, .of whom I am chief." At 1:30 p. mi divine services will also be held in Spanish Fork .where our church is located at 150 East Center street,- S All are welcome. COMMUNITY CHURCH Corner Uni. Ave & Second No. Rev. Alvin Pitcher Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., church 1 o'clock. Subject: "Klng-iom "Klng-iom of God Within," Rev Pitcher! Senior Christian Endeavor, 7 o'clock. Intermediate C. E. social, Monday, 8 p. m. Young Married Couples club, Wednesday 442 East 3ixth North, 8 o'clock. REORGANIZED CHURCH 234 West Fourth South Regular Sunday services at the Reorganized church. Sunday jchool at 10 a. m., preaching at LI o'clock. Edward Moe, elder in charge. CATHOLIC CHURCH 170 North Fifth West Father Henry Sunday masses at 7:30 and 9:30 i. m. at the Provo Catholic jhurch. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Sabbath school, 9:45-10:45 Sat-irday. Sat-irday. Preaching at 1 o'clock. All ire welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH First Church of Christ, Scientist, Scien-tist, corner of First East and irst North streets. Regular Sun-lay Sun-lay morning services 11 o'clock, subject "Christ Jesus." Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meetings are held at 8 'clock. Reading room open daily from 2:30 to 4:30 o'clock, excepting except-ing Sundays and holidays. Organists to Be Given courses can be received from presidents of stakes to whom a supplyof bulletins has been forwarded. for-warded. Such prominent Utah musicians as Tracy Y. Cannon, director Of the McCune School of Music and Art; Frank W. Asper, tabernacle organist; J. Spencer Cornwall tabernacle choir conductor; Lester Les-ter Hlnchcliff, director of the Ogden tabernacle choir; Dean Gerritt de Jong of the school of music and fine arts at the B.Y. U; Franklin Madsen, of the B. Y.U; N. Lorenzo Mitchell, secretary secre-tary of the church music committee; com-mittee; George H. Durham, Alfred Al-fred M. Durham and others are included in the faculty assigned to conauct these courses. Approximately 1,600 choristers and organists took the courses last year. Rotarians Meet Rotarians held a business meeting meet-ing Friday night with projects of the year up for discussion. Secretary W. R. Green made his annual report, president Garland H. face was in charge. Ice Cream Day ITS ALWAYS THAT! But Here's a Special One For You SUNDAY AUG. 29th STANDARD QUARTS . ... 25 TV0 QUARTS . . . . ' 4S A Large Variety of Flavors That Can't Be Beat! First Introduction of Our NEW PECAN CRUNCH BAR TRY ONE FOR . . . . O O o o The Cream of All Ice Creams "We Freeze To Please" Springville . ' ; Provo ri v. mC FMewell. iF&fi Tw&Misswri&nes ;iiit V C. WOODRQW WASHBURN Genealogical Convention to Be Held Here The first Utah stake genea- logical convention and exhibit will be held Sunday September 12 at the First ward chapel with sessions at 10 a. m., and 2 p. m., according to stake officers in charge. The morning meeting to be held in the amusement hall is for all stake and ward committeemen and temple workers with special invitations in-vitations extended to the stake presidency, high council and bishoprics. Report of senior and junior activities ac-tivities and accomplishments will be given by stake representatives. Discussion and demonstration of the following topics, directed by the official representatives: 1 Methods of increasing temple tem-ple activities. 2 Why all saints should be active in research. 3 The Progress, of Man How to organize in the ward for genealogical gene-alogical activities. 4 Teaching genealogical and temple work through personal contact con-tact in the home; exemplifying most effective methods in home teaching. . 5 The Genealogical Magazines-Its Magazines-Its helpfulness to genealogi&$ workers. . '4- The 2 p. m. meeting will bfe held in the First ward chapel to which the public is cordially In-Vlted. In-Vlted. The following topics will be presented: '' Junior genealogical classwork and activities 1 The story of my life in pic tures, and my portrait pedigree. 2 How the children of Isr&el were mixed among all nations, and are now being gathered. 3 The part my forefathers, my parents and I have taken in temple tem-ple building and temple service. 4 How our family found the record of our ancestors. 5 The story of one of my grandparents or great grandparents). grandpar-ents). Illustrated with photographs, photo-graphs, pictures and anecdotes. 6 Why a missionary should be trained in genealogy and temple work. Demonstration of attractive features fea-tures of the junior lesson courses, by one of the official convention representatives. Closing remarks by stake presidents. presi-dents. :9i r2 From 9 A farewell .testimonial In honor Of Elder C Woodrow Washburn and! Elder William B. dark who have been called to the Palestine-Syrian Palestine-Syrian mission of the L. D. S. church will be held this evening at 7 o'clock in the Second ward chapel underthe direction of the Wrd missionary committee. t : An interesting . program has been prepared , with talks by the two missionaries. Bishop Benja- Stnin H. Knudsen, J. A. Washburn, pr. F. Mower, Drl Sidney Sperry land Mrs. Wilford Booth. Mrs. Booth spent many years in Pal estine on a mission with her Ixusband. , Vocal ..numbers will be sung by . Verl Washburn and Be mice Dastrup. The choir will sing opening open-ing and closing hymns. Asael Dahlquist and Ole E. Olsen will give the invocation and benediction, benedic-tion, respectively. Voluntary contributions con-tributions will be accepted at the door. . Elder Washburn is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Washburn and Elder Clark is the son of Mr. and. Mrs. Byron Clark. They are both graduates of the Provo high school and both have attended the Brigham Young university. With the departure of the two young elders the Second ward will have 12 missionaries in the field, according to Bishop Knudsen. Knud-sen. Genealogy Meeting At Spanish Fork SPANISH FORK There will be a meeting of the Palmyra Stake Genealogical association at the senior high school auditorium Sunday, Aug. 29. Speakers will be present from the general board in Salt Lake City and there will be a good program in addition. Every one interested in genealogical genealogi-cal work is urged to attend. The convention will convene for the first meeting at 10 a. m. and for the afternoon session at 2 p. m. mmmin Saturday, Sept. WE'VE BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER L C i. Sr ism J A new and very, sophisticated fashion f Beauti ful suede leather arid soft, rich felt combined in stunning, flattering hats! Styles for sports. and street wear in delightful color combinations t I J II Second Ward WILLIAM B. 'CLARK Springville Names Kiwanis Delegates SPRINGVILLE Delegates and alternates to the Kiwanis convention conven-tion to be held at Price, next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, are announced by the local club as follows: C. G. Salisbury, Milton Harrison, Dean Stewart; delegates; dele-gates; H. T. Reynolds Jr., A. Y. Wheeler and G. Lowry Anderson, Ander-son, alternates. The delegates were selected at the regular meeting last week when John McAdam of Provo and District Lieutenant-Governor Carl Jacobsen of, Spanish Fork spoke on the importance of attending at-tending the convention. H. T. Reynolds Jr. acted as toastmaster. Free Tickets to Any Child of School Age When Accompanied Ac-companied By An Adult to Penney's theater 4th, 10 a. m. and FELT Tho Goaoon'o Crowning Ouecooo! tPBC3KK22537 7 UzE o )i loors Open 9 a. Repeat Offering! Ready Monday 9 a. m. Mill Ends of desirable Blanket Materials, large attractive pieces for baby beds, bath robes, etc Limited quantity! Clear Fast Colors! 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