National Affairs: God's

On the corner of 13th and Irving Streets, Washington, D. C., stands a small meeting house of light buff brick with concrete steps and opaque glass windows. By combining Sunday-school room with auditorium, the church will seat 400. It is the Irving Street Friends Orthodox Church. At present there is no "experienced speaker*," but one will be found by March 10, 1929. Beginning on Sunday, and for at least four years after, the President of the U. S. will be numbered among its congregation.

A Washington official, recently passing the Irving Street Church, impressed with the fact that President-Elect Hoover will attend...

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