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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - February 29, 1936, Oakland, California                              OAKLAND TRIBUNE SATURDAY FEB 29 1936 ROCKY ROAD TO RENO THEME B KG BELLS E SET SI FUST MM Paslor Invites All Who Have HIMMI Married y Him to A Mentl Service Rev Parrott to Conduct Oakland Revival Campaign At the peoples service to morrow night Dr Harold Camp pastor of the First Baptist Church will hold a Wedding Bells service to which lie is inviting all the couples which he has married since he came to Oakland over five years j ago The subject of his message will be The Rocky Road to Reno Music by the First Baptist quartet tvill include I Love You Truly by Carrie Jacobs Bond The Wil derness by Gogs Orant Us Thy Peace by Hopkins and as organ prelude numbers Ethel Whytal Mil ler will play At Dawning by Cad man Until by Sanderson and Because by DHardelot At the n oclock service Dr Camp will preach on the them The Dream and the Fact By the Waters of Babylon by Taylor and Come Unto Me by Tschaikowsky by the choir The Jiand of fellowship will be extended to f number of new members at the Communion which will fol low the sermon The Rev Evevolt B Parrott na tionally known evangelist will open a citywide nonsectarian re vival campaign at p in Tues day night in the thea ter building at Avr n vi e a n d B o n d Street Several churches in Oakland and A I a nieda will c ooperate with the evangelistic party in making this e a m p a i g n one of the m o s t out standing re v i v a 1 s in the Bay dis trict Rev Parrott Moody Bible Institute was for ten years a pastor and evangelist in the Methodist denomination The past j 13 years he has engaged in holding union revival meetings Mrs PaiTotl wife of the evange list Is the song lender Rev and Mrs Howard Rusthoi known as broadcasters are also members of the evangelistic party The Rnsthois will broadcast a radio program every afternoon except Sunday at 3 oclock over KLS They have been heard over more than a score of radio stations from coast to coast and in Mexico j Revival services will be held every night except Saturday IS RELIGION CESSIT Ft TH N I Bishop Wade to Give Address at 20th St Church TWppons Late Hook Will Ho IVxt of Dr Kred First Unitarian KKV KVKKlTI IARKOTT a graduate of tlie CATHEDRAL IS THEME An illustrated lecture on the Washington Cathedral at Washing ton D C will be given next Wednesday afternoon at oclock in he Parish House of Sf Clements Chuich Russell Street and Clare monl Boulevard Berkeley The guild of St Clements is sponsoring Die lecture Verona Hull to Deliver Lecture Verona Hull Inspirational lec turer on Iafe Adjustment will be the speaker tomorrow morning til the Metaphysical Iibrary Ifith Street taking for her subject The Thinker The Master Miss Hull is said to be An ex ponent of thinking and claims that what we need most is self analysis and adjustment within our selves She tells us that there is a to all of our problems and ihat our success will be found in using our minds constructively and building our personalities to their Fcalest capacity She believes that fear cynicism low ideals and faint heartedness arc our worst enemies report officials Art of Keeping Alive Is Theme The Art of Keeping Alive is the general theme of a series of Lenten LifeLessons to be given by the Rev Bernard C Ruggles at the Universalist Meeting House 101 Cheney Avenue Sundays until Easier Dorothy Dunyon Shaltuck vio linist and Miss Peggy Smith pi nisl will furnish the music Rector to Begin Course oi Lenten Sermons Sunday Three of Holy Com munion at 8 nd 11 a m will be held tomorrow In St Pauls Episcopal Church Bay and Montecito Avenut marking the of the first Sunday In Lent with a corporate communion Beginning a course of Lenten lermons on The Sevenfold Appeal of the Forward Movement the rector the Rev A Ronald Mer rix will preach at the 11 oclock service on the subject Turn The Rev George West Barrett will give an address at the a m service on Piiiulita Kamabai and at p m on The Drama of the Cross Lenten studies will be undertaken by the younji peoples organization at p in the subject beint The Teaching of Christianity in Relation to the Economic Situation the rector acting as advisor to the college and business group and the Rev G W Barrel as advisor lo the high school group Midweek services in Lent include METAPHYSICAL Holy Communion on Wednesday at 10 f m followed by the rectors class in Personal Religion The Alexander Allen Memorial Training Institute meett on Wednesday at p m with classes on the Bible the Prayer Book and religious edu cation for young and old On Thurs day evening Bishop Parsons will speak on the I Believe In God Jessico Watt 1 enneman At II Clll Jlliniry ifilli St Tursday p rn UIISNCj 7 Kill S Wli V NUT NOWV UNIVERSALIST THEOSOPHICAL Theosophical Society and TjOlgp No Point foniR Tirclcoincs the iiubllo to Oprn Torura Study every Friday p m Madison Masonic Temple Hil 3 Midlsor Street Corner 15th Klrcft Onldnnl LIBERAL CATHOLIC Pacramrntnl porvlron and hcnuly Tor ilm turlcti St Raphaels Llbnrnl Callinlic p m enoh Siitnrdny BEXEDTCTIOX OF MOST SACIIAMKVP CPrccrtnrt on second Sntnnlny of each monlli by a ScrvlWi of Healing Take Excelsior liiin or N7o 10 cnr to clinvcli 1H7 East JOth SI reel Oaltlnnil Lenten LifeLessons The Meeting House 491 Cheney Avenue Inst bark of Crniil fnkc Thpiter Off or Kintl AVUIIUO 1 1 OC n nl Rev Bernard C Rugglcs Present Perils Is Sermon Topic At the Evangelical Free Church 47lh nnd Mel rose Avenues the pas tor Rev Morris K Hosene will preach at 11 oclock tomorrow morn ins on Present Perils In he evening ns well as on Tuesday and Thursday evenings Rev and Mrs A Mars of the lli way and BiWay Mission together with Evclte and Eveii Johnson tlie Evangel Harmony Twins will sing and speak METAPHYSICAL Metaphysical Studio OAKrANn TI HIT 11 lliirrlKnti nl 17lh Suiilay 11 on a in Till HKKIICK TIIINCiS OF SPIKJT mi nKNKv 1 icrKKFiscir JluirsdHj p Jn FAMISH 11 FKXTON TIIK SIMIIKJITr OF THIJTH Monday p rn SALVATION ARMY Ts Religion a Superstition or a Necessity of Life will be the sub iect of Dr Clarence Reed at the First Unitarian Church tomorrow fit 11 a m His text will be Bergsons The Two Sources of Morality and Religion Dr Reed says Bergson hns deeply influenced modern thought i ever since he published his famous work on Creative Evolution in Ifllli His recent book is a challenge to the churches to apply lie method of experimentation to religion His aim is to keep as close to the facts as possible although he recognizes that in religion and morality we have to fleal willi decrees of probability He declares iliat a dynamic religion is the Kreal need of today as it incul cates hope furnishes pathways to new insights and inspires devotion to ideal values Bishop Raymond J Wade of the Stockholm Area of the Methodist Episcopal Church will speak al Ihe Twentieth Street Methodist Episco pal Church li 0 M 201 h Street at H p m on March 10 All Meth o d i s t churches in the Bay area are in v i t c d as this is Bishop Wades only a p p e a r a n c e in 0 a k 1 a n d The Stock holm Area 1 n c 1 u d ts i n 1 a u il Russia Sweden and Norway Bishop Wades subject will be In Russia with Dr 13 Stanley Jones and Others Dr Jones is Known Enslish speaUing world for his books par The Christ of tho Indian B CAMP Rev Whitcomb Sets Topics at Free Methodist EVANGELISTIC SPIRITUAL Spiritual Aid and Mission RI ATHKVS AVKVCK Xear St off Km Julil Rev IIKV Krliul I llis Frcsil Kn Tivcnlj first Sunday p in REV J B ORR Also Mcssnprs TVnln PS fin y p m PA H M I OV 1C D I 11 Cl R Fridiy March Slli p n AVMISI IAUTT fill I Fruitvale Spiritual Science Church No 38 Inc Rinidnv p in M T4ili Si ili inipM Hill SII i t lliljfuii Kv ftev Viiiisliin I i nd Jinrt Air Ihislaml Tlmllni LMlli p in M r WLIIT mil Air ljjirih fliislriss nsr IVli LKli p n loon Tli i Iwi SI red Spiritual Science Church 105 111 llnrrison Street SunIny p m A N x r v K R s A n v s K it vie K Elizabeth B Williams Thursday p m OLD FAKHIOXroD Cl PfTR Xona Carrington Pnstnr PARROTT CITYWIDE REVIVAL IcKli niiiK March p m I NlKlilly Theatre Building I 46th Ave and Bond St i 12IK Vipti Keats Tune In KLS p Daily lixcopL j ThrFe MefMnsrs Aro StliTlng the 1 KponsorfT hy ft flronp of Indoor Camp Meeting TONIGHT nl tin Salvation Army Nlniii stnH KIIJAK Kll j Colonel A Brewer I An will le i nd t ly Mij Rev Schultheis To Give Message The nev L Schultheis will be the at the First Church of Di vine Inspiration 509 18th Street tomorrow at oclock Healing and will be featured nt both afternoon and evening servi ces Sunday school meets at 11 am Dr F Lash lectures Wednesday at 8 p m Philosophy study is an nounced for Friday at 8 p in Hev Augusta E Robert is pastor Theosophical Group To Hear Dr Roest Dr Piclcr K Roost national lec turer and field worker for the Thco sophical Society in America will deliver two public lectures at the Thcosophical Society I43fi Alice Street Tomorrow at 8 p m Dr Roest will speak on Ourselves and Our World Tuesday nights sub ject will be Mans Quest Through the Ages lilallOf WA1K ticularly Road Rev pastor Raymond S Werner is AT ADVENT CHRISTIAN The Preparation lor a Revival will be the theme of the Rev George E Cooprider pastor at the Advent Christian Church Rhoda and Mon tana Streets tomorrow morning At evening hour his topic will be Spiritual Figures of Union ol Christ and the Church A memorial service for Dr Rod erick M flillics former piviUnt i if MeClilvHry Tluoloficnl ficlxui nt Chieiuiiiiai CJiina be htOfl il 1 nclnolc loinonow nt the Ptvsbyttrian Cliurch of Oakland Dr llurli Taylor Dr J K Shoemaker Mrs H N Rowoll Kkler C 10 Line nnct Dr Jesso It Baird pnFlor of tho church will bring brief messngcs telling he IKIK mennt lo he missionary enterprise For thirty lirce ypnrs Dr Gillies represonlotl this church ns the foreign mission ary in Sinm There will he nppro j printo music bythe Temple Choir Eufiono A Mnncini tenor will Hivo a sonp rcitnl at 1 oclock in cooperation with the Christian En deavor convention which is beinM held hero He will sin In My Fi tlicrs Ifottsc Arc Many Mansions by Tames Macdermid O Lord Have Mercy by Stradella How Beau I i ful Upon the Mountains hy Flaxinglon Marker For Thy Re buke Hath Broken His Heart from Handels and O lnrd Mast Holy hy Tito Schipa The lay of Ihe Aktmedi County C VI convention will con vene at At llus service the mu sic will be furnished by the West minster Choralists under the lead ership of Mrs Jesse H Baird with Ethel Hawley and Munro Drew as Euest soloists The Rev A L Whilcomb evan gelist of Heaeh is conducting services daily except Saturday at Ihe Free Methodist Church ilst Strtel near Telegraph accordinf lo aiiiiounccmonl by the pastor Hev Dallas H Turner Afternoon services are at U oclock and even ins services at Tomorrow morning at 11 oclock the evangelist will preach on the subject Riches of Grace At p m his topic will be Unseen Re al i lies FULL GOSPEL ELIM METHODIST PENTECOSTAL H E A R i DR J N HOOVER on RUSSIA Or What In COMMUYJSM p m First Pentecostal Church 31st Street mar trove 7 XARVKl flORTNKK Pa H lor At p m TVIr Tfnovcr will on llmvm In It a ta If Sri Ii The Great Game of Life Frank Lmders Subject Sunday evening QUESTIONS 1 What is the trouble in Japan 2 Can we not get on pretly well without religion 3 Will intelligent people risk bringing children into this bewildered world 4 Will we need religion to morrow 5 Are Oakland churches doing much 6 What is your program for your church SnnJny MornlriK Rnljfrl Born Anew to a Life of Hope Musical features The great chorus choir both hours the Mason Bell Ringers with their Triple Octave Chimes iin the evening i IKuric KIOHVICK iinrjcs i a p m Join the great worshipful congregation on Sunday The First Methodist Church Broadway at 24th i May lcurti ILTUII JCSIIK Christ 1ASTOIt 1 K IIIIJIA Kl 7 L 1 f 11 HUnties IIIIIIONA MlilUlAUIi Sniilny School a in HiMe Srlniiil Dully1 nni FREE METHODIST Free Methodist St 1 block REV DATJLAS R TURNER S T B Minister Rev A L WHITCOMB Vyill Siiak Riinlny n in niul p m Also nl the sorvliPs r in and 11 in cadi day except Stalimi Kit I Sunday morning services will be coiukicted tomorrow in Swedish and English at the Mission Covenant Church At the evening hour the Rev Kdwln S will speak on A Victorious Does It Mean The choir will sinj The mornins service will bo broad cast as usual over KROW Rebuilding Palestine According to Prophecy Is the subject an nounced for next Thursday by Following an old custom a cor porate communion and breakfast will be held at Old St Johns Church Eighth and Grove Streets tomorrow at 8 a m The corporate Communion is for all the members of the parish This is of double im portance this year as ihe Forward Movement Commission of the Church in America has called for a Nationwide corporate communion to commemorate tho first anniver sary of the Forward Movement says the rector At the Choral Eucharist at a m Father Nelson will be the cele brant and preacher A that time he will give the first of his series of Lenten sermons under the general heading of Christ Our King The subject for this weeks sermon is Enlistment I The vesper services which began last evening will continue through Lent An informal gathering of the people will be held each Sunday evening from until after which they will attend vespers at p in George T B Davis widely known evangelist worker who has distrib uted Testaments by the millions of copies in China nnd South America Davis has just returned from Pales tine and will give a lantern lecture BIBLES FULFILLED PROPHECIES THAT PROVE THE BIBLE Br QEORQ1B T B DAVH Price 25c la book thnt Christian should helpful frr yrxiritf people The author Mr Davis will he apcnklnR In the Bay Rgion loon no not fall In hear him WESTERN BOOK TRACT COMPANY On U la nils Trailing Bible House TK mjiTobar 20lft COVEKANT Th Will Present a Sacred Concert at the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Monday March 2nd at p m A DAIISSIOV Kit OFKKU IX I CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY i 1 Morning Worship BROADCAST AT KROW A Victorious Christian What Does It Mean Thursday March 5 p m Mr Geo T B Davis in Lantern Lecture ArxiohrMva TO rnoiHErv MISSION COVENANT Churou w com th Auditorium EDWIN S JOHNSON Pastor HEAR REV R R BROWN DD Last Messages Tomorrow 1 1 iil n in JXIKK TJIK ClMIRrTT NKIII TMIC DIVIVK 3 p m Great Mass Meeting Ethiopia and the Bible Spccliil piuplicllr liinL fill to hfnr It p in A TIMrolV WA1INING lltOM AN ANl hlNT IlOTl I Christian Missionary Alliance Tabernacle Hrl tiff TrliRTiipli HIlV Pnslnr VEDANTA SWAMI ASHOKANANDA Disciple of Swami Vivekananda SUNDAY MARCH 1ST AT P M cSri Ramakrishnathe GodMan of India EBELL HALL lower floor 1440 Harrison St Oakland THE IUBLIC IS COKUIAI1A 1NV1T15D UKITY Oakland Unity Truth Center Hcv IntlUn A Anilicivs Voiiiiilcr I i SERV1CICS RVKRY SUNDAY n m at Womens City Club Auditorium AIICI1 STUrcKT MAV AXJJKICVVR W 1 fir I X Rpijilfcr ivfjK iiicii v MiiKlrnl jirogpfihy lie rrsnlorcl Unlly Trio Mrs Rone Kmpry n res Tuosilny p in Klcll Hull 1410 Ilnr risdii Sircar to Men nnil KhM III sriM nr liilliM on May AndreuK cnmliicls 1 Mo Inn MrtiliiiK Class p in it Hull COUUIAINY ixvrnon EVANGELISTIC EVANGELICAL LIBERAL K ROEST National Lecturer of the 1 heosophical Society Sunday lertnro p m Ourselves and Our World Tiirrliy ffcl HIT p ni Mans Quest Through the ARCS THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY ADYAR Oakland Lodge 1436 Alice Street The Evangelical Free Church OilMr 471 li nnl Milrusc Avrnncf Iho Jfihlo Llicvil fnclu ri ilid tiiiiBlit MORRIS E ROSENE Pastor 1 1 00 a Perils p and Mrs J H Mars and the Evan gel Harmony Twins Evelle and Lvon Johnson will sing and speak TJify wiJi also lit vllti tix on uiI Tlmisdny il KiKt in Yon nfforrl to inins lliis ipjun Innlly or licniin BETHANY GOSPEL THE FELLOWSHIP OF HUMANITY A D FAlFTIr Trader Norway Piedmont Avenue lOMB ft m THE DKNIAI OF PKUTTY An Appniisnl of Monaslirisin nnd Motaphyslrs A EDUCATION DISCUSSION HOfJn Group History of the S Constitution Grotr History of Democracy Competent Leaders All questions frankly faced ivntl discussed DIVINE INSPIRATION TIIIH MAY YOll CM FIRST CHURCH OF DIVINE INSPIRATION Inc r KlllK IllllllliH nt Of ran HO p in f rnoonn or fl ft or Bethany Gospel Hall rrrl AVHHC I inur I 1010 SPECIAL NOTICE Railroad men and their families rr Invild I nl li MR HARRY A BECKER lonriiirl frmn Oil 11 mliiM Cililo jirnclihii lit rilorl CMII1 ot Ilic Ciliict of iol 111 tllf ulilvr IlLill At p m Sunday strxiiAY sinoor AND miiLi CTAHS AT m TIM IDIiHS HIIIIKI Al I I ii ill TlKSJIAV ADIJJtKKSAT f p In Y JiJCJLIAI IIt AY Jill M KKTINC AT m HEARTY INVITATION TO ALL C li WKST llliifllrnthiB Rvansrcllst MRS ArtliU inl Cartoonist AMKKICAS Ulltlh llIUSTRATOHS Pi A ill Home Again Rule the World WILL THE POPE AGAIN DIRECT THE WORLDS RELIGION MNV nKIIKVK TJIK ANVIKVT POMINOV OF R rr KKSTOISKII AND VROTKSTAXTS APK ALHKAnv SUG THAT llli IOPK SU01UD BK THK HEAD WHAT MAY WE EXPECT IIKAR Till KIIOM TII1C CKKAT JlOPIIKCIKS Ol1 KKVMIATIOX P M Sunday 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