The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 228, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 30, 1916 Page: 3 of 6
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8ATURDAY SEPT. 80' UK.
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In the unseen structure is the hidden quality of
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First Baptist Church.
This quality you take on faith. Not entirely on
faith either for the label which stands for sixty
years of KNOWING HOW is a pledge of qual-
ity in itself. And our label endorses it.
The models in these clothes are the? very
newest and the patterns are the latest.
Jf you have never tried a suit of this make
suppose you do so the next time. The prices are
Services at tbe 'First
church Sunday as follows:
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m
John A. Moore superintendent. '
Sunday school at Oak Grove at 3 p.
m.; Bro. W. W. Weaver superintend-
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 pi m
by tbe pastor.
B. Y. P. U. will meet at 6:30 p. m.;
Clarence Smith president
The Lord's Supper will be observed
at the close of the morning service.
Visitors and strangers are given a
cordial welcome and the members are
urged to' be present both for worship
and service. Everybody will be wel-
come. M. E. WEAVER
;' t every member of tbe Snnday school
(I land church will be present at this
Baptist . . . v..
been arranged and all who come will
enjoy and be benefited by it A spe
cial offering will be taken for the
cause of Sunday school extension. The
evening service will begin at 7:30 at
which the pastor will preach. The
pastor will also preach at Benchley
at 4 in. the afternoon. The regular
prayer service will be held Wednes-
day evening at 7:30. Let us have a
full attendance at each of these serv-
ices. Strangers especially welcomed.
CHARLTON H. STOREY
St Andrew's Church.
Services for week beginning Octo
ber 1st 1916: '
Sunday. 15th after Trinity: 8 a. m.
Hold Communion; 9:45 a. m. Sunday
school; 11 a. m. Holy Communion and
sermon; subject "Conversion."
8 p. m. Evensong and sermon; sub-
ject "The Church's Belief in the Min-
istry of Angels."
Monday 3:30 p. m. St Andrew's
Culld; 4 p. m. St. Mary's Altar Guild
at the rectory.
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. choir re
A cordial welcome extended to
strangers the college people especial
ly being Invited to all services.
RANDOLPH RAY. Rector.
Christian Church. '
Remember you are wanted at the
Christian church tomorrow from 9:45
a. m. to 11:45 a. m. We want 150 In
Bible class.. We will have one con-
tinuous service so do not fall to coma.
You will enjoy It Remember the
board meeting after Church.
J. C. WELLCH.
8t Joseph's Church.
Mass and sermon at 8 o'clock. Sun-
day school at 9:30. High mass ser
mon and benediction at 10:30. Rosary
sermon and benediction at 7:30 p. m.
Mass every morning at 8 o'clock.
During the month of October the
rosary will be recited every morning
at 8 o'clock mass. Tuesday morning
at 9 o'clock requiem high mass for the
soul's repose of Mrs. Victoria Zak.
J. B. GLIESSER.
MILLION WOMEN WORK
business of getting a husband
m been superceded by the busl-
earnlng money. That is the
of millions of women and the
Woman's Home Companion
kw they do It It says In part:
pate as fifty years ago a girl's
a marked by a certain slmpll-
purpose. Hor business wae to
thing to.be called an 'old maid.' Also
aside from the ridicule of spinster
hood there wss the added fact that it
Involved dependency on some tolerant
relative. Who doesn't remember the
'old maid' aunts of our childhood al-
ways busy flitting over the house in
cap and shswl and getting their hap-
piness In the happiness of others.
Why they were old women at forty!
"What else was there for them to
get a husband! Never mind what ( do except to marry? The professions
kind. Just get him! It was a terrible and trades were closed to them busi
ness bad not yet opened Its doors and
the stage was regarded aa not being
'quite nlio.' Woman's one place was
the home' and If she didn't have one
that was her fault.
"Less than fifty years ago! Today
eight million women are at work fig-
uring In every department of human
endeavor. There are more than four
hundred occupations I believe and
women are to be found in all except
railroad engineers and telegraph line-
men. No avenue la closed to them
and society not only admits woman's
right to a sane individuality but en-
courages her In the development of
The pastor will preach on the
"Stewardship of Life" at the morning
hour. At the evening hour he will
I speak on "Secrets of Success in Chris
tian Lire. The morning service be
gins a series of sermons for October
on "Stewardship and the Kingdom."
Preaching service at 10:55 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:43 a. m.
Junior League at 2:30 p. m.
CHAS. T. TALLY Tastor.
We appreciate your patronage. We
will also appreciate your co-operation
In seeing that our milk bottles are re
turned when empty. Glenvlew Dairy gram will begin.
Motto: "Be thou faithful
death" Revelations 2:10.
.Our Sunday school class met as
usual Sunday September 24th and
these officers were elected for the fol-
Miss Clara Allen president
Miss Mildred Newton vice
Miss Ethel Hall secretary.
Miss Edith Tobias treasurer.
Miss Myrtle McCullough assistant
Miss Fay Driver reporter.
On Friday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock
the members of the Fldells class were
entertained by their teacher. Miss
Louise Batte at the home of her pa
rents Mr. and Mra. T. R. Batte. After
a few musical numbers were rendered '
by Mrs. M. A. Miller we engaged In
many different games. All through
the evening the room was a scene of
merry laughter. After some hours of
pleasure we were Invited Into the din-
ing room where we were served Iced
tea and sandwiches. At a lata hour
we departed for our homes each as-
suring our hostesa of a delightful
time. (MISS) FAY DRIVER
Special Services at Presbyterian
r.c!ly Day will be observed in our
Sunday school tomorrow. Classes will
assemble at 9:45 for the study of the
lesson and at 10:30 the special pro-
It is hoped that
Rev. C. H. Storey pastor of the
First Presbyterian church accompan-
ied by his brother 8. L. Storey of
Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Seth B.
Holman of this city returned last
night from Galveston where they had
been attending the Bratos Presbytery
of this church. Rev. 8torey reports
a great meeting ana a line inp wairn
was made overland Id his car.
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IF Ik (U)
Ve Will Supply your Grocer Oct. 2. Insist on getting Bryan Made Flour and Meal
WE GUARANTEE OUR FLOUR TO DE THE BEST SOLD IN
. XL To Lawler Milling 2i Tiradomig o
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 228, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 30, 1916, newspaper, September 30, 1916; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325470/m1/3/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .