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THE MICH4IGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1932

HOLIDA9Y SERVICES
TO BE HELD TODAY
(Continued from Page 1)
Rev. Alison Ray Heaps, pastor of
the First Congregational church,
has as his sermon topic "The Soul's
Invisible Surmise." Services will
start at 10:45.

V ARI ED AND AT T RAC TIV E PROGPRA MS
ARE PAANNES FOR EASTER SV '7.
(Continued ron Page 1) rection of Jesus, at 7:30 p. m. in the
A program of Ea;ster appreciationi First Presbyterian church. At mass-
music will be given by the' Lutheran es at St. Thomas, the junior and
senior boys choir will sing Gregor-
student club at Zion Luthleran par- 1i. n ymusic.
ish hall at 6:0 p. m. An instrument- The singing of Easter wlong l wib
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shalluNL.thrnhurwhichr and Miss Marret lockexplainedour ebuy birthday and wd img
have two sermons, one at 9:30 in reshall N. Goold whichreceived irslock explained, our representatives
German and another at 10:45 in prize in the religious crama contet. A program pr' sent d i.y l ~are often incapable of doing vhat
English. The theme of the second of the Drama: League of America in ginners, primary and jumit h neka rf- WANTtr
servce will be "The Angel at the 1924, will b .73en 0 : )clcc1 ments of the Sunday school of the they think is best for the country.ANTED
Open Tomb.' this evening in the First Mothozlisi. Calvary Evangelical church an d "We must remember,' said he,
church. consisting (f :eeitations and music I "that our government is an old 1789 jGQMi Tit wanted. ?leas
Zion Lutheran churchwilreh ei, will preach At the First Presbyterian curch. wl gvn th 10 ock, te Sndaymodel which has been re-equipped room near carmprs. '.50 or
the Easter service at 10:30 on-"Our the church school, at 9 a.m., will. school hour.fThe Christian Endea v-with innumerable safet devices xchange for light work.
Living Hope.' An Easter apprecia- present a damatization of the r asacred conc t at thecen i aninnumerable brakes, andwhich x ne.
tion program will be given by stud- events accompanying the resrrec- give. The concert at te evenig
ents at 6:30 p. m. tion of Christ. This prograjt will service. The concert will b: given is faith'ully endeavoring to carry a - -
"Reality 'is the sermon topic of be given in the church auditOrium by a newly organized mixed choir load which has been made increas- LAUNDRY-Soft water. 2:
Rev. Frederick Comm, pastor of and will be accompanied by an Eas- ingly heavy by the demands of an Towels free. Socks drnei
ter service by all church depart- iAcappella chorus of 16 voices, unthinking public."i
the Church of Christ Disciples. The ments
met.;under the direction of E. William *- - --______
service will begin at 10:30. His eve- Mrs. Anne Miller Greenquis dra- Doty, will present a proyram at
niGrgsermon at 7:30 will be an "Th matic reader, will give a, read fg of 7:30 o'clock tonight in the First
Gardener.,Urban Nagle's play, "Barter," a re- Baptist church. Mr. Doty willb b
Two services are scheduled for ligious drama featuring 11 charac- bhe soloist for a gront of numbers
Trinity Lutheran church, the first a ters and dealing with evenits lhad- which consists of an Easter orator-
sunrise service at 6:30 and the reg- ing up to the crucifixion and resur- io in Bach chorales.
ular worship at 10:30 on "Joyous_ -
Easter" by Rev. Henry Yoder. Holy;
communion will be given at this
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Plan Hillside Services.
Weather permitting, hillside ser-
vices at 6:30 o'clock will be held by
Calvary Evangelical church, Rev.
Frederick W. Kirn has announced.
At the second service at 11 o'clock,
a reception of new members and
the sacrament of holy baptism will
be held in addition to the sermon.
"The Power of the Resurrection."
At Bethlehem Evangelical, Rev.
Theodore R. Schmale, pastor, will
preach on "Easter Joy and Duty,"
at 10 o'clock, while at 11 o'clock
there will be a service in German,
followed by communion.
A discussion of religious offices in
our times, "The New Christian Or-
der, will be led by Dr. Blakeman at
Wesley Foundation at 9:15. At 6
o'clock, Prof. W. D. Henderson will
speak on "Human Nature and the
Changing Order."
At the - Second Baptist church,
Rev. C. W. Carpenter will preach on
"Ring Out the Message." This ser-
vice will be held at 11 o'clock.
Three services have been arrang-
ed by Bethel A. M. E. church, with
the topic of the morning service be-
ing "The Glory of the Cross."
Following a 9 o'clock program at
the First Presbyterian church, Rev.
Merle H. Anderson will preach on
"I Am a Heretic Touching the Res-
urrection," at 10:45. -Recognition
of. new members also will be made
'at this time.
First Baptist church services will
start at 9:15 this morning, instead
of 9:30, the usual time. Rev. R.
Edward Sayles will preach on "The
Life Everlasting," while at 4 o'clock
a baptismal service will be held..

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