The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 23, 1935 Page: 7 of 8
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By RBV. F B PIT2WATKK. D. D„
Mshiber «f Faculty, Moody jliblg
Institute of Chicago.
©. Weatern Newspaper Union.
Lesson for May 26
THE LORD'S SUPPER
LESSON TEXT—Matthew 26:17-90; 1
Corinthians it: 23-2!*.
OOLDKN TICNT—Thin do In remem-
brance of n «j.— I Corinthians 11:24.
PRIMARY TOPIC—The Supper J est) a
Gave His Friends.
JUNIOR TOP 10— Why We Have the
Lord's & upper.
INTRIlMlcm ATM AND SKNIOft TOP.
1C—Why Observe the Lonl'.s Supper?
YOUNO P150 PMC AND ADULT TOP-
IC—The Meaning: of the Lord'* Supper.
Shirtwaist Wedding Gown Is Chic
By CHEESE NICHOLAS
I. It Wai Instituted by Christ (Matt.
1. The time of (I Cor. 11 •-':() It
WHS on tlio night of I lie betrayal of
Jesus. Juki lifter the betrayer liml been
2. The circumstances of (Matt. 20:
2C). It wits In connection with the
ruling of the Passover. At the com-
mand of Jesus the disciples hail made
ready the I'assover. arid while they
were eating he took hread and blessed
It and nave to the disciples.
8. The elements used (v. 'JO). Hread,
doubtless common bread of the Pass-
over feast, and the cup which was the
fruit of the vine.
II. The Significance of the Lord's
Supper (I Cor. 11 :'Jl-'.:<i, cf. Matt -(!:
.lesus tool: natural arid literal ele-
ments and made them to lie symbols of
his own body and blood, .lust as our
bread and drink are transformed into
brain and brawn, hemming integral
jiarts of our bodies, so by means of
these symbols the communicant par-
takes of Christ We are in him and
he Is in us.
1. It H a memorial of the Lord
(Luke 22-1!l). When he left the world
he left the bread and the cup by which
the disciples would remember him.
TCvcr.v true disciple will gladly avail
himself of the opportunity (litis to re-
member his lyord.
2. To show the Lord's sacrlticlal
death (v. 'J(l). .lesus Christ did not
die ns a hero or as an example of un-
selfish devotion, but as a substitution-
ary ransom. On tile cross he made ex-
piation for sin.
It. It is a guarantee that our sins are
forgiven1 (Horn. 4 :'J5).
"It was tin? signet of the Son of C.od
attached to redemption."
4. It symlioliKcs the believer's re-
ception of Christ (1 ("or, 10:10). The
communicant thereby participates in
the body and blood of Christ, becom-
ing a member of his body.
5. It is a forward look to a complet-
ed redempton (J Cor 11 '-'(>) When
faith is exercised In Christ, redemp-
tion begins and its completion will take
place at the coming of .lesus Christ
<1 Thess. 4:1*',. IT). The bread and
the cup constitute the keepsake of the
Lord until lie returns. These elements
possess not only a spiritual, but a
tremendous psychological value, both
ns a memorial and as a prospect.
III. Qualifications for Participation
In the Lord's Supper (I Cor. 11 :'_'T •_".!>.
1. A proper apprehension of its
teenning (v. 27). Kilting and drinking
unworthily primarily refers not to the
demerit of the communicant, but the
failure to grasp the meaning and im-
portance of the ordinance. To enslave
thoughtlessly In this service Is to do
It unworthily. Only a regenerated per-
son can discern the Lord's body. Faith
In the Integrity of Christ's person and
work is essential, Anyone who does
not believe In the absolute deity of
Christ and his vicarious atonement is
on unworthy communicant,.
2. Church membership (I Cor. IV:
Christ's body is the Church,
Which is composed of regenerated ineti
and women united to him as head and
to each other as members of that body
by the Holy Spirk.
3. Orderly walk. Conduct which dis-
♦juslitles for participation In the Lord's
a. Immoral conduct (1 Cor. r>:1-Kt).
It Is most perilous for ene who Is guilty
of Immorality to approach the lord's
table (I Cor. 11 ::«>). Sickness and
death are often visited upon such. This
explains why some are mysteriously
taken away In death.
b. Heresy (Tit. 11:10; I John 1 :23).
The one who floes not believe In the
delt.v and Incarnation of Christ Is a
heretic. Such should be excluded from
the Lord's table.
c. The one who stirs up party strife
(Itom. 10:17).Those who cause divis-
ions In the Church should also be ex-
cluded from the Lord's table.
for Your Quilt
Br GRANDMOTHER CLARK
otes far each pattern. The pattens
•re aigfct times aa large as the Ulna-
Package No. 81A contain* these
twelve pattern*, with cotton and blue
powder for stamping; also full In-
struction* how to iierforate and
stamp them will be mailed to you
postpaid upon receipt of IBc.
Address—HOME CHALT COM-
PANY, DEI'AKTMENT It, Nine-
teenth and SI. Louis Avenue, St.
Enclose a stamped addressed en-
velope for reply when writing lor
NEWS, thrilling news! Spring and
summer brides-to-be will please
take notice. It's about the white satin
shirtwaist dress which Is the very
newest thing In wedding gowns. See
this perfectly charming new fashion
as worn bv tIn? lovely bride standing
to the right in the picture.
More news! You woul<: never guess
unless you were told, namely, the
shirtwaist and train are built in one
and worn over a sleeveless evening
gown of the Idem lea' satin. Which
we think Is a decidedly practical two-
in-one costume proposition of which
every style-seeking bride ought to;
know. As to looks, isn't It adorable?
After the nuptial day when the hap-
py newly wed Is invited to parties and
forma Is she Just leaves the white satin
shirtwaist en train with the tulle veil
en masse done tip In their wrappings
of tissue and sachet while she dons
the sleeveless dress which served ns
the foundation of her wedding gown.
The captivating simplicity of this
ex(|nlsite shirtwaist bridal gown is Irs
ilfig appeal; The trim row of neat little
satin-covered buttons and the girlish
wide turnover collar with Its [dealings
of satin about It and lit the wrists
are begulllngly youthful In aspect.
From a coronet of pleated tulle falls
a halo and short cape supplemented
with yards and yard; of tulle trail-
ing out over the con-
ventional long satin
The other bride In
tlie picture yields to
the lure of lace
which is what nut
everybody in fash-
ion's realm Is doing this season. Tills
lovely gown Is most enchanting—an
aristocrat among wedding gowns. The
coroner of pearls and tulle plentihgs is
attached to one of the very new and
smart long back and short-front wed-
We have been hearing a lot of late
in regard to personality fashions. In
otiherj words the spirit of the times Is
to dress to type. This feeling for modes
tuned to the individual is particularly
evidenced Iri bridal array. So much so.
designers are displaying 11 daring In
originating wedding party ensembles.
Wo have in mind an away frorn-tra-
<111Ion wedding group Hint goes In for
color even to the bride's gown rind
veil. Iler dress Is fashioned of chif-
fon in a most delicate tint of blue
and her tulle yell Is In the same subtle
blue. Iler houi|uet of pale bluish, al-
most wh.lte orchids together with lilies-
of-the-valley Is framed with a pleated
ruffle of the pale blue tulle.
The four bridesmaids' costume* are
of the same blue chiffon as the bride's
dress. The high waistlines are ac-
cented with pink velvet ribbon* such
as also tie the pleated capes and trim
the blue straw lials.
The maid-of-honor wears pink chif-
fon (rimmed with blue velvet rihhon
and her bouriuet of pirik butterfly roses
and blue lace Mowers Is repeated In a
wreath on her hat. The matron of
hoiior wears a. tunic dress of sapphire
blue lace with a thatching straw hat.
(£) Went^m Ncwjipapor I'nW-n.
Each patch work or applique <iullt ;
requires quilting, and a design j
should he selected that lmrinonl/.es
with the design used in the patches. !
Space for quilting also varies, and i
the women woo do this work should
have quite an assortment of quilting
designs on band from which to make
a selection. We have pictured three
different sets of perforated quilting
patterns In past Issues.
The above twelve patterns are not
perforated; They are, however] print-
ed in dots on perforating bond paper
and must he perforated with a pin.
which can be done In about ten mln-
War on Wild Boars
Hunting wild boars, a dangerous
sport in any region, Is a grim busi-
ness to the ranchers of Neuquen
territory In the Andean foothills,
says the .Montreal Herald. Wild
hours by the hundreds are playing
havoc with Mocks of sheep and tlie
ranchers have organized systematic
liunts. Cornering the animals in a
difficult business, however, because
the wild pigs frequent the fast-
nesses of the foothills, not easy of
access. Specially trained pack* of
hound* are used to trail the boars
and bring them Into the open to
face the rltle tire of the massed
ranchers. Added to the difficulties
are the expenses Of the hunt, ''as-
unities ataong the (logs run high.
The urea most affected is In the
department of I/is Lagos, the lake
region on the Argentine side of the
Andes, where greet packs of hounds
are constantly on patrol.
' HOMES WITHOUT
standards of living In tfttarfa
a lot of the props kicked
them by recent surveys. In 64
it bas been found that ouly
the houses have central
plants, UTi per 'cent of theM
bathrooms, nnd one-fifth are
out Inside toilet*.—Pathfinder
sine. ■ '
Indicate Acid ConditSin
Chew one or more Milnaaia
Wafers and obtain reliai
Send for mm smVi liberal SHHri|M*MK
SELECT PRODUCTS. Inc.. 44M IM
Stract. tooi lalaad City. New Vesk
71* ,,(,1 WAFERS
Qf11 V I L K JP MAG w ,«i -
FOR TOWN WEAR
it. ciiKKir. Mc imi A-
Fraedom and Triumph
To be gripped h.v an iron-handed ne- j
resslt.v from without I* slavery: to be
borne along the path of duty hv an
Inward force, which we would not re-
sist If we could, Is freedom, pence, tri-
Often It r«lre« some tide of jrlef to
lift us to our hest.
• • •
Remember that every drop of rstn
that fslls bears into the bosom of the
earth a quality of beautiful fertility.—
O. II. I.ewes.
• • •
All thing* and all *ct« nnd thl whele
wonderful universe proclaim to o* the
l<e«l our rather. Christ our love,
Christ our hep*, eat portion, sad ear
This brown nnd white printed Jacket
dress I* smart for town wear. The
dress has an interesting stitched down
scarf. The billions on the tailored
Jacket alternate brown and white. The
belt In brown and the brown sml
white hoiitonnlere tune In wtth the
Waistline Takes Lower
Trend in Lateat Styles
The latest trend to watch Is the
lower waistline favored hy l-el/on#
This designer has skirt* ahlrred four
Inches below the walat In back of eve-
nln* (towns and wraps. I.anvtn'a roost
glamorous gowns also have low waist*
and lew fullness. Msny of her blouse*
of silk or cotton are wore over «klrts
end belted st the normal wslstllne
Bchiapareltl Introduces new double
belta twisted In back and faetSMd by
large wMMtodded pUques.
IN STYLE PARADE
gee, dizzy, vod sure mao
swell control TODAV
beating the tigers ii to o
WKOA. BOBBV !
NOT SO GOOD AS I HAD IN
IN TEXAS ONE
NIGHT THE HOBSESipsc. «■ TF-a
STARTED MlLLIN J|g.V^i ,£«;
ROUND IN THE y
CORRAL AND —
HOW 00 YOU LIKE
THAT BEAN BALL?
YOU won'T CAUSE
ANY MORE TROUBLE
'ROUND THIS MAN'S
SO YOU RE THE VARMINT
THAT'S CAUSIN' ALL
THE FUSS! I'LL TAKE
THE STING OUT OF YOU !
but now can we get
lots op energy ?
GOSH, DIZZY, THAT WAS
SOME CONTROL! AND AT
NIGHT TOO !
A word to the wise In the country
where summers are hot and long,
against the heavy man-tailored suit
with Its accompanying tweed topcoat.
The casual lighter weight dressmaker
type with or without a long coat will
give bettor and longer service
Don't forget that spring means new
costume jewelry, and keep an eye out
flats are with and without brims,
up and down, out in front, and some
thing less than nothing Milt Iri the hack.
I'Vir colors, blue seems to be in the
lead, hut gray, brown, yellow nnd the
dusty pinks and zinnia tones are Im
Never In years have dainty feminine
lingerie touches been more Important.
Smart women are carefully studying
their types and dressing them, Kveo
the strictly tailored clothes must hav*
a feminine touch.
Velvet is carrying on into summer.
With lace daytime anil evening clothes,
wear little velvet c*pes, Jaekus and
scarfs. They make the richest, the
smartest and the most attractive com-
WELL, YOU GOT TO HAVE
CONTROL TO WIN
GAMES. AND WHAT'S
LOTS OF ENERGY H&T
I can tip you off to one
way that can't ee beat
EAT grape-nuts for
breakfast LIKE r:
Boys! Girls! Get Valuable Prizes Free!
nan—Joiti the Dizzy Dean Winners... wear the Membership
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Send top from one full-aim! Grape*Nut* package, with your
Pi MX? D*an VTinntrt
I'm. Solid bronic, with rod «n«n-
«l#d lettering. Free for I Grape-
Nuts p«ckage*top. |n ordering, b&
ture to ik for Prure No. 301.
fhxrr Dtsm A*tog+*ph*i Pffrmit.
Bv Bichnth, %ire: 8 by 10—with
Dim'* facsimile signature. Free
for I Grsr>«-Nu(s package-cop. la
ordering, bo sure to gsk lor Prise
No. 304. |
naine and address, to Grape- Nut a, Battle
Creek, Mich., for membership pin and copy
of club manual containing list of 37 nifty free
prizes. And to have lots of energy, gtart eat-
ing Grape-Nuts right away. It haa a winning
flavor all it# own. Economical, too, for two
tablespoons, wit h milk or cream, provide more
varied nourishment than many a hearty meal.
Product of Gcntml
Pood*. (Offer ea*
pure* Dec. 31,1«3S.)
Metal Lace Extensively
Used in Spring Jewelry
llr ncelels. earhohs and clips of metal
I nee are among the new feminine deco-
rative Jewelry notes tor spring
Very clever and something different
are those do-rinds in which luce de-
signs. I rh In edging and insertion,
have been impressed into metal in
bright colors pink, light hlue. gfeen,
yellow and In brown, black and navy.
Some of the bracelet* ttr«- an inch
wide, others two Inches. The clips re
serntde a cluster of lace and one de-
sign that Is fan shaped is especially
clever. The earbohs took their Inspi-
ration from rosettes.
"Snow Imp" F«t
The high spot In fur i* a cape of
"snow top foi." a new dye which
"snows" the *«irf*ee and leave, the fur
a«*tU*| Silk* le Please
Resting Hike and flattering fan will
be «m *g Mia t
15 HOW 0*7
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