The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1926 Page: 4 of 4
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7:80-8 A. M. —Morning' Devotional,
Rev. A. C. Powell, Pas,tor College
Avenue Church, Abilene, Texas.
8:00-9:15 A. M. Sunday School and
Junior Mission Study Classes
9:15-10:30 A. M. —B. Y. P. U. and \V.
M. U. and Layman Study Glasses.
10:30-10:40 A. M. —Music
10:40-11:20 —-Denominational Period.
On conference days will reserve an-
nouncements and music,
.11 ;20- X1:35 Announcements.
■11:45-12:30 —Sermon and atkires.-
EVENING SGMEDl'I E
7:00-7:00 P. M. I'rayermeetintv and
conference. Rev. .J.oe English,
7:30-8:ISr-Son# Serv ice.
S:15-S:30 ■- Announcement.---
8:30—Sermon, Rev. Waiter ! '. S!-• x
anler, Rock Hill, S. ('.
TUESDAY EVENING, .IUI.V 18
7:00-7:30-—Prayer Meetin;: and cori-
7:30-8:00 P. M. Son- Service, Mr.
E. L. Gurnett, of Gospel Mu> -V Eac )
nlty,, Southwestern Seminary.
8:00-9:00— P. M. - AnhiHinr-'nir-nt - j
Remarks by President and j
duction of faculty by Mr. Walter j
Jackson, educational director, Fir-st j
Church, Abilene, win* ••-. dean of;
9:00 P. M. Sermon. Rev. Walter R 1
Alexander, Rock Mill S. ('.
Wednesday, jui.y u
18:40-11:20—Conference rVriod l-'mtr!
simultaneous conferences-. |
Sunday School Mr. W. A Harreil, j
B. Y. P. V. Mrs. I.. !•: Wait-, C.-ui !
W. M. t".—Mrs. .1. K I. -!vh, State :
Secretary, Dalla.;, I '-ader
Denominational-• Rev. R A. Situ:-
ton, Budget Secretary of Tex::-
1.1 M5-12:30- Addre •. Hrv Walter I:
Alexander, Rock Hill, S. ('.
8:30-— Sermon, Rev Walter R \h-x
antler, Rock Hill, '*■
THURSDAY, JUi.Y ! ,i
10:40-U,:20**'A. M. -Ohferenc- Per
jod, four simultaneous ennfereni
Sunday School- Mr W. A Han-ell
B. Y. P. ! Mr
W. M. IV Mrv .1 !' I
10.40-11:20 The P. Y V. V. Address[
Dr. J. M. Price, head of Religious
Soeretttfy, Mrs. E. H. At wood, Ab-
ilene District President and others
8:30 P. M.—Missionary Address by
Rev. L, L. Johnson, Pernambuvv),
SATURDAY, Jl'l.Y 17
Simmons University Day
10:00-12:30—Simmons University in
charge of program,
.l>: 15-8:45—Playlet, "Proposals For
U'2G program. (Written by "Miss
Olivia Ilob.e'ood, head of Speech
Arts department -of Simmon . Uni-
ver-.ity. Directed, by Mis-: Wi 11 io
Ray McDonald, teacher Speech, | The following books will be taught:
Arts department., Simmons Univer. I Division of the Sunday School Man-
Characters, W. M. S. memhc • is id '.ual. Tnue;ht by Mr. Walter Jackson,
Simmon; stinfents, Abilene. j 'Vim of Study Courses, Educational
v; 15 Sermon, Rev, Walter R V-bjx ; Director, First. Baptist Church. Ab
inder, Rock Hill, S, C. ' ''"ii
SUNDAY, JUI.Y is H Diyi.-ioi) of the Sunday School .Man-
; ::i(> A. M,-Encampment Sunday| ual. TmmlU by Rev. I, I, I-', Park -r
School Superintendent Mr. W. \ j Spur.
Harreil, Field Secretary. State S. S, j "Buildititr a Standard Sunday School''
11:00 A. M. " Sermon, Rev Walter j ! au-rht by Mr. W. A Harreil, Field
R. Alexander. Rock Hill, S. C. , Secretary S. S
8:30 P M. ■ Address, "Christian Edu (Especially for Suiuluv School
Suprintendeat anil 'officer's and
L. K. Wnittf Canyon, Director, j
, 9:1510:80 \
Education Department, Southwest-' junior Ii. Y, P, U, "Bible iferoes,"
"" Seminat y, j text by Mies Ethel Hudson, taught
111 f.-12:30—Sermon, Rev. Walter R. by Miss Marion Hopkins, Dallas,
Alxander, Rock TTiil, S. C. j Summer B. V. P, V. and S. S. Worker
8:80 P. M.—Sermon, Rev, Walter R.! Jones County.
* mmtrim«r - ^ v BPff'tt 'l11,1'"11*1 """'"K
Charles T. Whaley, 8w«ptw tm, MEMPHIg AND .STAMroltD
Texas. | BANDS DIVIDE' IIONOKM
(This is a class for leader# or coun- - .
cellorsiuid prospective lenders of, Tho Memphin Chamber of Com-
Y. W. A., R. A. & G. As, also for nirce Band and tho Stamford Pli -
Y. W, A. officers; If your church men's .Band divided honors in the
Alexander, Rock Hill, S. C.
Sunday School Classes and Faculty
8:00-9:15 A. M. July 14-22 except
Mr. W. A Harreil, Field Secretary
Texas Baptist Sunday School Board
Dallas, Texas, Diretor of Sunday
cation . 'svim: it) the llonte,-"
Dr. J. I' iVr, Pre- io'ent of
Simmons L ui, ■ . ,ty.
o:80- Graded B, Y. P. t' . dire,-ted
by Mr, I . E. Watte. Canyon. Tex.-i
li. Y. P I . Director.
7:.'!0 8;15 . Son-.v Sendee
8:30, P. M Sermon, Rev. Walter i:
A lev antler.' Rock Hill, S. C
MONDAY. J1 l.Y !!•
K):P)■ I 1 ,20 -(.'onfecenee Period, Foul-
Sunday School, Mr. G. S. S'■
State S. S. Secretary, Dallas; Tex.
|! Y p r Mrs. !.. I W-iite.
W. M. f Mr J E. I e'e.v'n, D:d-
Denominational !■'••• R -\, Sera:,
] I : 15-12:30-- N- dre . "Building a
Soul Wtm.ini: Sus-siy School,' Mr,
G. S Hopkins, Slate S. S, Sr.'t-rij.tary
8 s'-O Sern:or>, Rev Walter R \b-\
>. also r, Roek Hill, S. C.
f'' 1' D -\Y, .11,H Y 80
10 hi !■ \ "0- Add! ■ . "Budget;".-*' the
all others iid.efr t--I in building Up
their Sunday Scliool, This book
eive.; eal no .*■ Will v.Toatly help
all wlio te:ub io Sunday School or
■ \e:i alt' nd. It is the book that tells
you how io luiiid your Sunday
Plans and Proeranv - For craille roll
iiecinners and priiiiary workers.
(Also seal no. ."i.i Taujfltt by Mrs.
Walter Jackson, Abilene, Texn-.
IntroduciitK the New Testament -
Tauclit by Dr. I-'. B. Atwood, Sim-
mon- University Bible Department
tTlii,- i■ an opportunity to study a
;.ool; en ih Bible under a real Bible
: cseher, i (seal 8)
"What Baptist Be!leve." taught by
t'barle- T. Whaley. Pnstor, Sweet
water, (seal (I.)
"Sfevvardship and Missions'' taught by
Rev. II, A. Scranton, Budget Direc-
tor isoal no, 2,/ ('lass hour will
Post Graduate Sunday School Book:
Teachintr and teachers; text by
\ sistar-t Pae-'ijet Id
i!: I f>t i -4..
BaptiSam?ar by Dr Milar.
Jen-kins, Pa- tor First Baptr •
i "ee.rrh, Aiiii.ene Te\a-
M, Serbon, Res Walt..
\iesao.ier, Roe'k Hill, S. C
WEDNESDAY. JULY 21
I io,.i,i!t,jtneous .-.io J - rt'tie
Ssndnx Scso-oJ Dr. M. Price, h.-a'' j
liitermediate B. Y. P. U.—"Training
In Christian Sendee." Manual
i tueht by Mrs. fames H. Hunt,
Senior B Y. P. U. Manual-Taught by
Rev. C R. Shirar, Breckenridge
Advanced B. Y. P. U. Methods—
Tauirht by Mrs. L. E. Waite, Can-
Practical Church Music text by 1. E.
Reynolds. Taught by Mr. E. L
c imi :t. Southwestern Seminary,
(This course uives a -eal on the
new leadership B. Y. p. I". Diploma
and will in' ifiveh if there is demand
for it. The hour may be arranged
after you get to encampment, if this
one does not suit.)
STUDY CLASSES AND FACULTY
P: 15-10:80 A. M.
W. M. U. -"Today's Supreme Chal-
lenge to America," taught by Mrs.
J. E Leigh Dallas, State W, M. U.
(W. M U . Y. W. A. or Layman seal
Y. W. A. "A Wandering Jew In
Brazil," by Gipsberg, taught by
Rev. L. L. Johnson, Pernambuco,
(This class will give seal in W. M.
V., Y. W A„ Layman."While there
is no B. Y. P. U. credit for it, it
will he a fine class for B. Y. P. U.
members, since you can study Bra-
zil under one who has lived and
worked there as a missionary for
I ayinen: "Stewardship and Missions"
taught by Rev, R, A. Scranton, As-
sistant BuiU'-et Director, Texas
(Gives seal on W. M, U., Layman and
S. S. Diplomas.)
Intermediate G. A. Mission Book—
"Makers of South America," taught
by Rev. A. C. Miller, Cisco. Roys
has these leaders, surely they should
corny to Lueders for this training.
If it does not have an organization
then you should send those who
would make leaders and get this
training and organize thin.)
Sunbeam Leader's Course.
(If there is a demand for this
course before the encampment, a
teacher will be secured, If you are
interested, write Miss l.ilas Pen-
ick, Stamford, Texas, District
Young Peoples' Leader.)
Sunbeam Class For Children - 8-10.
West Texas Chamber of Commerce
annual band contest, the awards in
which were announced Wednesday
night with the closing of the conven-
The Memphis band, with the high
score of 84 in the five-year class, won
the title of gold medal band of-the or-
ganization, but due to having held
that honor once before will not be the
official band for the ensuing year.
That honor goes to Stamford Fire-
men's Band, which scored 78.
Memphis getn the cash prize of
500 and the loving cup offered by the
(This will be a place for tho.child-. West Texas Chamber. The Stamford
ren to be entertained and trained organization was awared a $250 cash
while the mothers enjoy the ser-, p,.jZ(li pau| jan1es js the director of
mon. Bring the children for this the Memphis band and Dick Rowland
Missionary story period.) of the Stamford organisation.
Leader, Miss Sallie Moore, Abilene, Dallas News
Mr. Waller Jackson, Edueaionul Di-
rector of First Baptist Church
Abilene, Texas, is dean of
Enroll with him now for the two
classes you wish to take.
Pipet. No. 6
,:,uurs iiome. Dr
8:80 P. M mon. m
Alextu: 'e- Rock Nil
I- 'IDAY, JULY l<
10:40" 12:80 W/tm;in' D.< ••• "A
in chance, J. !•,. Leigh,
A. Brown were
■Midi flat ii i day
% Ohm vt Mt. 01
Bailooo Tires, Standard Equipment
— Excise Tax Additional
Trunibill. Taught by Dr. ,Y1.
Price, head Religious Education De \ Intermediate H: A. Mission
i-a ft meat, Southwestern Seminary.
(For all those who hold the blue
eal on tin.1 diploma. Many coivu
"Along the Highway of Service,''
taught by Mrs. F. S. (ironer, Dallas
- this opportunity of studying a .Junior R. A. & (i. A. Mission Study
I'.'-l Graduate book. It is a rare j Book-- -"The Land of the Golden
t reat to hnvo such an opportunity | Man," taught by Miss Estelle Pat-
in an encampment, and especially terson, Rotan. Primary Public
of studying under a teacher in School Teacher.
Southwestern Seminary. Leadership course for Y, W. A., G. A.,
B. V. P. I . Classes and Faculty Mrs. R. A. Councilors, taught by Mrs.
Anderson Service Station
We stay open; Come to us for
Magnolia Gas and Oil; Free Air and Water.
Tires; Tubes, and Accessories
Vulcanizing and Tube Repairing
"Service Our Motto"
Roy G. Anderson, Prop.
Of the Pudding U In
That's the test we ask you to apply to
The City Bakery
NOT Ordinary BUT Extraordinary
BREAD. BUNS, PIES, CAKES
BIRTHDAY CAKES a SPECIALITY
Hamburgers, Candy and Drinks
li. .f. Ki%«;
IF YOU LIKE TASTY HEATS
You don't have to go any farther than the
CITY MEAT MARKET to have your wants
Here you get the best that the market af-
fords — always in large variety — and you
don't have to pay exhorbitant prices.
If you are particular about the meat you
buy, this is the place you are looking for.
City Meat MarKet
Pjfc* --- -,'^te
KFAH TIIK ST A1? ADS.
The first 11)26 bale of cotton was
ginned at Mercedes. It was jrrown
by the American Land and Irrigation
♦ " x
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. WyKe and son,
Bobbie, spent the week-end at Abi-
Guard your own health and that of
your loved ones by screening* your
doors and windows.
KEEP THOSE FLIES OUT
R. B. Spencer Company
WARM WEATHER IS HERE
For your convenience as well as oUr gain we
are specializing on SUNDAY DINNERS; also a
choice variety of SANDWICHES at all times as
well as our week-day PLATE LUNCHES and
Coal and Ice
Agents for Cities Service
H. L. ORR, Prop.
. ■ V
A Good Banking
WILL MEAN PRESTIGE, CREDIT,
SOUND ADVICE, and the hundred and
one facilities of a modern banking ii sfci-
tution. We are prlad to serve.
First National Bank
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Guest, Margaret E. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1926, newspaper, July 1, 1926; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126547/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.