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CHURCH OF CHRIST
Christian Science services are
held each Sunday at 11 a. m. and
«ach Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at
the home of Mrs. Julia K. Wal-
ler. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend these services.
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p.
Prayer meeting Wednesday and
Friday. Evferyone ■welcome.
Rev. Ed. Stewart, Pastor.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Revival meeting at the Assemb-
ly of God on Kingman Street,
continues every night, but Mon-
day. The Lord's blessing is upon
lihese services. You are cordially
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Sunday.
Morning worship, 11a. m.
Junior Christ Ambassadors, 7
Evangelistic service, 7:30 p m.
Young People Meeting, 6:30 p.
Thelma Koening, Pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:45. Baptist
Training Union at 6:30. Morning
•worship at 11. "The Lord's Sup
per" will be the theme in song,
scripture, message, and obser-
'Evening worship at 7:30. Ser-
mon subject: "The Parable of
the Marriage Feast," showing how
anxious God is for people to be
saved. This lesson is found in
Matthew 22:1-14. The time is
Tuesday of the last iweek of
Christ's ministry. What He said
and did during this week will be
our study for the evening mes-
sage/for some time.
Let's all of our members be
more faithful to all the services
this year than we have ever been
"Visitors always welcome.
W. A. iFite, Pastor.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
'A thought for the New Year:
"Before us even as behind, God
is, and all is swell. Build thee
more stately mansions, O my
You are given a cordial in-
vitation to make this Church your
9:45 a. m. Church School. There
is .a class for you. Begin the
New Year Right. Attend the
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship.
Hear this sermon: "Not This Way
6:15 p. m. Leagues. Attend one
of the four 'Leagues.
7:15 p. m. (Regular Meeting of
The Board K>f Stewards.
Thursday, 7:15 p. m. Church
Night. Come, feed your Soul.
Friday, 7:15 p. m. Choir prac-
"No hymns of joy rise from the
hearts of those who walk in the
murky shadows of sin and un-
belief." Come, Let God have His
A. C. Haynes, Pastor.
Next Sunday marks the begin-
5ng of a new Calendar year for
*is. Let us keep firmly in- mind
. that this is a year of discovery
and appraisal. If we have short-
comings, as a church, we should
iace them. If we have gifts or
talents hitherto. | unused they
should be mustered, into service.
"Let us iwork together to discover
ourselves. * , j
This 'month we are emphasiz-
ing the study missions. Here is
a reading suggestion. Read some
good book on Latin America.
There are books ja :th;e W. G. T.
]tJ. Library in-addition to-the mis-
■ion study books. It is (hard to
appreciate f the rpeople of other
nations without knolwing some-
thing about thtfm aud it is hard
to keep from' appreciating (when
you have read about them, Let
this mission study month be "an
adventure, in understanding.
Sentence Sermon: "He who
m . h*ve nothing to do : with
thorns must never attempt to
F. H. Dawson, Minister.
mm I Rush Snyder, Director of
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Parvin
spent Christmas Day. with their
son, Bill, and wife in Kansas.
Mrs. Parvin remained ttiere for a
By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D,
M«mbor of F«cultjr. Moody BIMo
Inatltute of Chtooo.
• WMtern N*me*.p«r Union.
Lesson for January 5
MARY'S SONG OF PRAI8C
LESSON TEXT—Luk* 1:41-51.
GOLDEN TEXT—My aoul doth m*«-
nltjr the Lord, and my tplrlt hath «•
jolcad In Qod my Savior. Luk* 1:41,47.
PRIMARY TOPIC—Why Mary Sans.
JUNIOR TOPIC—Why Mary Sang.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR
TOPIC—What Our Mother* Hav* Don*
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
TOPIC—A Mother's Vision and Infill-
Mar; was a Jewish maid of tbe town
of Nazareth. The first laformation
we hare of her is that she was en-
gaged to be married to Joseph, a car-
penter of the same village. It seems
that the custom among the Jews was
for betrothal to take place a year
I. The .Occasion of (Luke 1:26, 27).
I. Gabriel's announcement (tv. 26-37).
During this Interval of betrothal, God
sent the angel Gabriel to announce to
Mary that she was to be the mother of
Jesus. Isaiah, more than 700 years
before, prophesied that a virgin would
give birth to a son, whose name should
be called Immanuel, "God .with us"
(Isa. 7:14). Though at first perplexed,
she accepted the annuncatlon with' re-
markable courage and devotion. To be
told that she was to be a mother was
nothing startling, for this was the
normal desire of every married Jewish
woman. Under the circumstances, she
accepted motherhood at a tremendous
cost. She was conscious of her virgin
purity. She knew that to become a
mother under such circumstances
would expose her to suspicion and
shame (John 8:41).
■ 2. Mary's response (v. 38). Her
faith was sucli that she responded
with remarkable courage. She said,
"Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be
It unto me according to thy word." She
accepted motherhood under these cir-
cumstances as God's command. It was
made clear to her that the begetting
was by the Holy Ghost and that the
Most High would embody himself with
humanity divinely begotten and that
the resultant thing born .would be
holy and called the Son of God.
3. She visits Elisabeth (vv. 39-45).
In her embarrassment she set out on
a visit to an elderly kinswoman called
Elisabeth. Having sought the sym-
pathy and encouragement of her friend,
her triumphant faith carried her be-
yond, the misunderstanding, the scorn
and shame which awaited her, and
caused her soul to burst out In the
most wonderful song of praise. This
is called the "Magnificat" because of
the first word In the Latin version,
"My soul doth magnify the Lord." As
pointed out by another, three features
of her character stand out In this
a. Her purity of .heart. Only a pure
heart rejoices when God has come
b. Her humility. She forgot herself
and gave her heart to God's praises.
c. Her unselfishness.. She did not
primarily think of the undying honor
which through the ages should be at-
tached to her, but the blessedness
which would come to others.'
II. The Content of Her Song (vv.
1. For salvation (vy. 46-49). It
was salvation for herself and others.
There is no suggestion whatever in
this song that she thought of herself as
the mother of God. She praised God"
for the high distinction of being the
channel through which the eternal Son.
of God was to make contact with the
race and save it This high'distinc-
tion wrought humility in her soul.
2. For the divine character (vv. 49,
50). She praised God that -he had
almighty power, that he was absolutely
holy and abun.dant in mercy.
3. For what the Savior shall ac-
complish (vv. 51, 52). jj|
a. He was to scatter the rebellious,
the unbelieving, and the proud. Though
he is exceedingly merciful and patient,
the time Is coming when all who reject
him shall be scattered.
b. He was to exalt the lowly. How
wonderfully this has been accomplished
through, the centuries. Those who turn
from sin and exercise faith in Jesus
Christ are. lifted up to places of hon-
c. He filled the hungry. It Is
through Jesus Christ that good Is
gained for the hungry. Indeed, all
blessings come through him.
d. He sent the rich away empty.
By the rich no. doubt Is meant those
who have arrogated to themselves Im-
portance because of the possessions
which he gave them.
C For God's faithfulness (rr. 53-50).
His faithfulness. .Is shown In keeping
his promises. That which was about to
be reallsed was the fulfillment of the
covenant promise made la Eilen and
perpetuated through Abraham.
Simpler manners, purer lives, more
self-denial, more ^earnest, sympathy
with the classes that lie below u —
nothing short of that can lay the foun-
dations of the Christianity which is to
be; hereafter, deep and broad.
Christian Science services are
held each Sunday at 11 a. m. at
the home of Mrs. Julia K. Wal
ler. The public is cordially M-
vited to attend these services
INTERMEDIATE C. E.
The Intermediate Christian
Endeavor met Sunday, Dec., 29.
There were 32 present and all
knew their parts (well. We had
good song service. We also had
a special, (which was good.
The program for Sunday, Jan.,
5, 1936 is as follows:
Topic—"Forming and Breaking
Habits." (Jer. 22:21; Acts 3:19)
Leader, Pauline Carver.
1st pant; Josephine Fincher.
2nd. Part; La Verne Traylor.
3rd. part; Eliene Anderston.
All members are urged to be
present and visitors are welcome.
We are going to have some very
important business Sunday night,
We are going to elect officers.
Please be there ton time, 6:15
W. B. Phillips, Reporter.
GEM Y P SOCIETY
What It Religion?
Religion Is the fear and love of God;
its demonstration Is good works; and
faith Is the root of both, for. without
faith we cannot please God; nor can
we fear and love what we do not be-
Topic—Being a Neighbor.
Leader—Susie Oney, Who
My Neighbor. iLuke, 10:25-37.
Loving One's Neighbor—Mat-
thew 19: 16-22, Claude Cook.
13: 1-10, -Dorothy Moore.
Job as a Neighbor—Job 31: 16-
23, 'Edna Mae McCleery.
A Home of Hospitality—John
12: 1-8, Jimmy Forrest.
A Friend in Need—2 Timothy
4: 9-18, Walter Forrest.
A. good Neighbor—Matthew. 5:
38-48, Howard Yarnold.
WASHITA WINKS B
Margaret Wheeler 0
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j"l [2J I"l En l"i u] i"i jjjj HI l"J G3 ^3
Mr. and Mirs. T. C. Moore and
Jimmie Fletcher speint Christ-
mas holidays visiting relatives
Mrs. Jim Green and daughter
spent Christmas with Mrs. Green's
daughter, Mrs. Odell Hill, and
family of Allenreed.
A large crowd attended the
party in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Horton Prater last week.
Miss Pearl Spaugh spent the
past week with her parents, Mr.
and 'Mrs. Spaugh of Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. lEd Calhoun had
as their guest for several days
Mr. Calhoun's brother, Carl Cal-
houn, wife and family of New-
Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler,
Lester and Margaret Wheeler and
Leland Caldwell were Sunday
afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Ingram. .
Miss Helen Morehead has been
visiting her grand-parents for
Mr. and !Mrs. John; Wheeler re-
turned home Friday from Mian-
gum, (where, they spent the Christ-
mas holidays with Mrs. Wheeler's
parents, iMr. and Mrs. Emmitt
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ackley
and daughter returned to their
home in Perryton, after visiting
with Albert's parents lover Christ-
G. R. Robertson made a busi-
ness trip to Oklahoma the past
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Morehead
and daughter and Gilbert More-
head were called to Normain, Ok-
lahoma on the account of the
death of IMr. Morehead's brother-
in-law, Mr. George Hazel, the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Day returned
to their home Friday, after visit-
ing Mrs. Day's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Horton Prater.
Mr. and Mrs. Vivan (Prater
spent the holidays visiting re-
latives in this community.
Miss Ruth Dill left for Canyon,
this week to continue her school
in ffl gB n oui ffi
a GLAZIER ITEMS
ffl Zennah Lee Davis
nana 1111 a a
(Too late for last week)
Mr. and ,'Mrs. Dave Holt are
here visiting his folks.
Miss Katheryn Hutton of Wichi-
ta, Kans., is spending., her holi-
days here with her folks. Miss
Hutton is a student of the Wichi-
ta Business .College.
Mrs. Ja O. Ward and family
will spend Christmas at Hoover.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner
and daughter, Leary Grass and
Mrs. P. Gross Sr., visited i«
Glazier, Monday evening.
(Miss Cleo Worthington from
Canyon, is spending Christmas
with' her folks.
Jessie Ruth Davis • of Wichita
Kans., is spending the holidays
here. Miss Davis is a student at
the Wichita Business College.
Ruth Ward and Zennah Lee
Davis visited John Ward at the
Jack Porter ranch Tuesday morn
Mrs. Thomas Riley had as
guests for a turkey dinner Christ-
mas, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh (Burton
of Gem; IMr. and Mrs. T. C
Shaw and little daughter, Shari
Ann, of Pampa; Miss Sarah! Shaw
and Mrs. Earl Wopley.
Miss Sarah Shaw spent the
week-end with her *aumt, M!rs.
Hugh Burton and Mr. Burton.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reid left
Sunday, on a trip to Weatherford
Mr. and Mrs. Eual Lemley spent
Christmas Day M. Tulia, guests
of Mr. Lemley's sister, (Mrs. Mel-
ton McGehee, and family.
W. D. AJdridge, Jr., of Well-
ington, has 'been visiting his sis-
ter, Miss Novella Aldridge.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wood and
family had as their guests for
Christmas dinner, Mr. arid Mjrs.
;C. V. Wood and Miss !Blanch
'Cathy of Amarillo. " ■<J V '
. 0 ; j
b IMr. and Mrs. H. M. Wood had
a number tof out-of-town callers
Christmas Day. They were: Mr.
afnd Mrs. Presley of lErick, Okla.,
Mr. arid Mrs. IR. B. Baker of
Las Cruses, 'N. M., Mjrs. Nellie
Adams, Ralph Beamari and Mir,
and Mrs. R E Dickerson of Ama-
"Popeye", in person, who is ap-
pearing in some of the theatres
over the country is not nearly
so good an imitation of the car-
toon character as was Mrs. John
Caylor in costume at the Biotary
Mr. and Mrs. Rock Cowan and
son spent the week-end visiting
Mrs. Cowan's father at Amarillo.
They also visited the museum at
o — ■
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hoffman
spent the holidiays in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Records
and family of Follett, visited
last week in the L. 0.. Records
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haynes have
as their guests their aughter, Mrs.
J. B. Hoover, and her daughters.
Bettie Joyce and Billie Jean.
Opal Trayler will return to
Kansas City, Friday, to resume
iher school work, after spending
the holidays here with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tray-
Mrs. F. D. Teas has received
•word that her brother, Walter
Owens, of Ash Fork, Ariz., was
married December 14.
EXTENDS TERM OF
i DISTRICT COURT j
Judge E. J; Pickens
extended :<the term of the!
district court in Hemphill'
until such time as it nuyi
to complete tlhe civil case!
being tried. Jlfi||
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 8'J.
Amarillo, visited friends her!
ing the holidays.
IMrs. Bill Lemons of Aql
visited in the C. 0. Johnsoril
Helen Weidner, who has!
attending Oollegef at Weathei
Okla., visited here during!
- 'o ' -—
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gt>|
of Waico, left Saturday
visiting relatives here durinj
Miss Mildred Conatser
turn to Ft Worth, Friday, j
spending the holidays here]
Mr. and Mrs, Bruce
of 'Elk City, Okla., visitei
and Mrs. L. A. McAdamif
B. C. Hum and family of Hig-
gins, were Christmas guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Balderston, where a reunion of
tihe Da'wson family was held the
ojjher guests being A. Dawson,
"Rev. Fred DaWspn and family,
J. B. Lindley and family and Mr>
and Mrs. Hollis Cortelyou of
Charles Teas, Jr., has been in
Clovis, N. M.
Dick Cann is reported qui
at his home in, the Booster}
Mr. and Mrs. Bid Humpi
spent Christmas Day with
daughter, Mrs. Otho Nichols |
family, at Pampa.
Mrs. Ida Shaller and fa|
have had as their holiday
Mirs. Shaller's sister, Mrs. J|
Gall, and daughter, Elizabetlf
How Calotabs Help Nature
To Throw Off a Bad Col<
Millions have found in Calotabs a
most valuable aid in the treatment
of colds. They take one or two tab-
lets the first night and repeat the
third or fifth night if needed;
How do Calotabs- help Nature
throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is
one of the most thorough and de-
: pendable of all intestinal elimlnants,
thus cleansing this intestinal tract of
the germ-laden mucus and toxines.
Second, Calotabs are diuretic to 1
kidneys, promoting the elimlni"
Of cold poisons from the system.'
Calotabs serve the double purposed
a purgative and diuretic, both f'
which are needed in the.treats
of colds. i
Calotabs are quite econon
only twenty-five cents for the fa
package, ten cents for'
Mrs. John 'Riley and Mrs. Wat-
son Hart of Columbia, Missouri
iand J. S. Hood .Of Mercedes, Tex-
as visited in the B.F- Tepe home
during the holidays.
r- '■ "■ ■- ''o". • '■
Earl^ Worley„ is driving a new
Chevrolet master coacih< purchased
o ' - f
"Buddy," 14 year old Boston
Terrier belonging to Earl Lee
Wilbur, died Sunday of old age;
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wiggins
had as their guests Christmas,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis^arid
daughters, Marjorie Ruth and
Bonibelle of Pampa; W. W. Lewis
and daughter. Miss Iris, Mr. and
!Mrs. T. D. Wiggins and Bobby
Lane. Mrs. Lewis spent the week
Francis CroW is ill at her home.
To All Our
We wish our friends every-
where a year of the best
things of life—health, weal* 1
th and lasting contentment
: '. ir : ■
For your protection allow, us to
write your insurance on city and
farm property against loss by fire,
windstorm and hail. Also auto-
mobile insurance, all coverages;
bonds issued with minimum delay.
H. S. WILBUR
With SOUTHWEST NATIONAL BANK
WINTER—Yesterday and Today
YESTERDAY Winter was' synonymous with un-
even temperature and its result-
ing illness,' with the drudgery of
shoveling coal, and its resulting
aches and distemper, with un-
cleanliness caused by soot and
smoke and its resulting cleaning
We can greet winter with a smile
for GAS has driven aiwmy all Its
nightmares. The turn of a valve
gives ns an evenly regulated tem-
perature, without the wearying
labor of shoveling coal or carry-
ing ashes and gives us '
heating efficiency at,
Install GAS and enjoy winter as
only those enjoy it who h*ve
taken advantage' of natonfe most
on Ctf Texas
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