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April 14, 1932

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Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harbour attended the American Legion convention in Palestine Shnday. Mr. J A. Stringer was a visit. or at the News oihce q ue day afternoon and oaid up for anoth. away from God and his purpose. We Methodist, Baotist, and all the rest feel like, and want to believe that our Churches will n:~ver die, but they will or" when- er year's News Dr. P T. Kilman who has been ill at the Baylor Hospital in Dab was able to return to his home here Fmd v ,fternoo~. reading the history el these, that Dallas visited in the home of they ever existed, unless the their brother the past week-end. purpose for which they were brought into being is attained and maintained. No Church has Church ()[ Pleasure ever been instituted of God, as a self-serving institution, but to Our Church slogan, "No One serve God the Father, through Quits or Refuses," until every ou r [ ord and Savior Jesus Christ task of the Chu rch, for the year, in buil ling up a kingdom of has been accomplished. May righteousness in the earth that we count on you? I have that faith and confidence in our peo- will cover the earth as the wa- pleto believe they will join with tel'S cover the sea. If you love your Church and me, individuall),, in this slogan. R. E. BEAIRD, Pastor. WE list but a fraction of the wonderful cars awaiting you here. These are representative of the great auto savings we make possible--tremendous savings that promme months and miles of fun and enjoyment. Good as new from every angle-better than new, cost considered. See them! Chevrolet Coach, 1929 ............ $245.00 The Missionary Society Dodge Coupe, 1927 .................... 50.00 The Missionary Society met Ford Fordor Sedan, 1929 .......... 275.00 with Mrs. W. W. Daniel Monda, Ford Touring, 1930 .................... 185.00 afternoon at 2:30. Opening re- marRs by Mrs. Geo. Uhrich. 4 Fords, 1924.27............ 20.00 to 50.00 M rs. C. C. Hudspeth took up the Ford Coupe, 1929 ..................... 175.00 And don't forget there are many, many other splendid partially used car "buys"--all reconditioned--all re- newed-every used mile put back by experts. All cars guaranteed. Wood-Dickerson Motor Co. Dealers of Ford Products. Telehone 177 Athens, Texas Mr. Don lhckerson of the Wt)od.Dickerson Motor Compan3 ever the)' fail or refuse to strive to do the will of God, that He might be rightfully represented to a lost world. Just like the great churches of the past; just like the kingdoms, Empires, and other govert~ments have gone; like the governments of the pres- ent, all will die and be relegated to the background of forgettul- want to see it live and be blest hess. when they cease to func- of God, then do your part every- ed home Monday ,i ht fccm a For the protection of your wee ernments of the world today. ,isit with relatives in Corsicans. one--for your own peace df mind--- School children of the not far .... .._ keep this oht, reliable preparation away future will learn of the ex- always o~l hand. But don t keep it ' Mr. an(] Mrs. Miles Smith rt~. just for emergencies; let it be an istance of the present nations turned to their home in l)a]]: swflle erydaYease andmd'sootlmIt s gentlethe infantU~flueneewbo and governtI~ents by reading the cannot sleep. Its mild regulation will history of them, ullless there is Monday after ao visit ith help an older child whose tongue ia a change, I~ead the history of mother, Mrs e Smith coated because of sluggish bowels. ~at ara4~gista have Catatorimthe christian church--see the bleached bones of the dead de- ROy ]. Vv( r, Jr. returned Fri-t day from Midland where he hasI been emoloyed as cript!o I pharmacist at the Red CrvssI harmacy. ! of Athens brought one of the new ti toward the purpose of their ! 8 cylinder Fords to the city Men. b ing. God can teac!l the world b ;ttcr without a church than He day for demcms rations. can with one that chdms to rep- cwlffe resent Him, but is in reality Miss Lorene Lucas [eft Snnda I for Dallas for a visit withhe~I l~ABY ills and aihnents seem twice mi-representing Him, as serioti~ at night. A sudden cry Read the history of the de- s ter. Mrs (;(.)+ Wheelis. may mean colic. Or a sudden attack -- of diarrhea, tIow w~nddyou meet ceased' government of the world, , ~ this emergency--tonight? Have you a [~ol~ at the condition of the gov. Mr. and Mrs:. V ( 1 Scott relurn, bottle of Castoria ready? where and everyway that the purpose of its being be attained and maintained. "Go ye there. fore, and teach all nations-- Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have com- manded you; and, lo, I am With you always even unto the e td of the world," Matt 28: 19, 20. R. E. BEAIRD, Pastor. ( -) CHURCH BULLETIN Sunday School ....... 9:45 A. M. Preaching__lO:45 a m, 7:30 p. m Womans M S__2.30 each Motiday Prayer and Bible lecture__7:30 nominations scattered along her P. M. Wednesday. l,athway, listen to the groans and Senior and Junior League__6:30 moaning of the dying ones of to- p. M, Sunday day, Look at the condltio of World Olub _6:30 P. M, Sunday, fourth chapter of Korea, "Land of Dawn." The book proves each chapter to be more interesting. We urge each member to come and bring some one with you, The Society will meet with Mrs. R. S, Gould next Monaay after- noon. J. A. FOWLER, M. D. PIIYSICIAN and SURfiEON Oflica with Weir's Drug Store MAI AKOFF, TEXAS / o , :