The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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E Jacksboro Gazett
JACKSBORO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921
Ml IIF STATES!
ION HERE JUNE 9-1OTH
A TOUCH OF THE ORIENTAL.
ARRANGEMENTS BEING 1
Through the untiring efforts of
le superintendents of the differ-
lt Sunday schools at Jacksboro,
Irrangements have been complete
ed for the holding of a great Sun-
day school rally of all the Sunday
in Jack County on Tliurs-
ly night, and Friday and Friday
ignt, June >10, a* the Methodist
lurch, at which rallly Mr. and
W. N. Wiggins and Miss Ed-
May Myer*. of Dallas, Texas,
11 of whom are officers of the
lie Sunday school Association,
are Sunday school experts,
be the principal speakers.
(W. N. Wiggins is the Gener-
;nt of the State
;>! Association, and
s work for twenty
all of his time and
SON TICKETS ON SALE
CLOSED FRIDAY WITH
The gi*ammar school department
gave the following program Thurs-
day evening to a crowded house :
Class chorus, “Welcome Sweet,
Salutatory, Hazel Boatman.
Class Flower—The Rose, Alba
Piano solo, Marie Crutcher.
Class Prophecy, Cresidus Brown
Giftorian, Marguerite Hackley.
Yocal solo, Ferol Reeves.
Class Will, Jesse Stewart.
Valedictory', Ruby Gilley.
Presentation of diplomas, O. B.
he certainly will Powell,
nday school work The commencement exercises of
mm tv helnful roes- the high school department took
ration in the work, plac* Friday evening^the gradu-
W. N. Wiggins, is ates being Dan Roy SeweTn'AHene-
’ "Gardner. Sophia Simpson, James
Spears, Audrey Jones, Frank
Huekabay, and Ben Jones. The
following program was rendered:
Salutatory, Allene Gardner.
Music—-a. Danny Boy, b. What’s
in the Air Today, ^ophia Simpson.
Class Prophecy, *^n Jones.
Music—a. Dance of the Imps; b.
Class Will, James Spears.
Valedictory, Dan Roy Sewell.
Piano trio, “March Militaire —
(Sefitffiert)— Pearl Fulcher, Marie
Crutcher, May Armentrout.
Class Address, J. Quincy Biggs.
Presentation of diplomas, O. B.
The Gypsy Serenades coming to) Music. They ateo give some Span-
! ish. Italian, Roumanian and Hungar-
. , ian music with special costumes and
jur Chautauqua give some interesting
and beautiful Persian and
jcretaVv, as is alsp"
charge of the primary
BRYSON GOING LIVELY.
BAPTIST FIFTH SUNDAY
MEETING AT POST OAK
SUCCESS ALL THROUGH
PERRIN REPORTS GOOD
GRAIN CROPS—OATS AND
wheAt BEING CUT
Perrin, May 30.—The farmers
have begun to cut their early oats.
They report wheat will be ready
for the thresher in about a week.
Small grain crops are reported
good this year in this part of the
i Miss Donnalynn Berry and Mr.
Way ford Mask were married Sun-
day, May 29th. Both bride and
groom are wejll known young peo-
ple lube, the bride having spent
the past two years here with her
uncle, John C. Rankin, and the
groom’s home having been here
sincebe fore the beginning
to be the best yet held,
are already looking forwij
in anticipation of the goj
in store for the people,
did program has been
consisting of lectures, ent
ers, musie, New York play,
The advertising materia!
scribing the various numbei
the Chautauqua for some re
has failed to show up, andj
committee is unable to give ret
about the program as yet, but
in receipt of a letter
White & Myers Company t!
are sending out the best
in years. So you want to b<
to buy your season ticket
and be on hand.
All those who signed u
year will rece
-Bryson.. May 31.—The rain of
last Friday was very much appre-
ciated. However, there was eon-
The fifth Sunday meeting was
held with the church at Post Oak,
May 27-29. It has been pronounc-
of the good pe
should they he
Ijht, A luncheon will he
[t twelve o’clock Friday at
building; and arrange-
under way for a picnic
o ’clock, which will be
>v some social stunts.
Mies Myers. A good
and a most enjoyable
i promise of this hour.
Sunday school workers
with them. In
imittee, it is
>\v many can
places doing damage to the gai- j to eiid.—Bro. Bunnell was elected
dens and young feed crops. !M moderator, and served-until
Harvesting has begun in earn- |simday at noon at whieh time be-
town. They have the best wishes tickets “list ..... _
of the Perrin citizens for a happy eard within the next few d
and prosperous life. jtifying them about when
The Perrin baseball boys went;will be delivered. Tn the me
to Salesville last Saturday after-j talk Chautauqua with yo
noon for a game. We came out land neighbors; sell t
gjj ^ decided success There wss —
eiderable amount of hail ur spme,not a du]J moment from beginning victorious, with a score of 11 to 5. j ticket ; help
AA'' — ' v - ^ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Owen Brown and I make as
Miss Lottie Mabry spent Satur-jre
day in Mineral Wells.
will be vif ited. Some schools may
be overlooked; but if you are, re-
member it is an oversight, a mis-
take, or unavoidable. Come to the
The following Sunday schools
at Jacksboro are represented on
+he general committee, preparing
for the convention:
First Baptist Church, J. H.
J< .nee, superintendent.
, than five member* front
12 to 24 years,
than five menbers from
' men and women.
in your Sun-
il for this rally.
t 100 young people at
of this rally.
Let everybody talk Sunday
f School Convention and Rally. Let
1 us make it the best ever had in
*ek County. Special musie is be-
ing arranged for. Take a day off
in "the interest of religious educa-
1 tion in Jack County. All church-
will be represented. Last Sun-
day the committee sent boosters to
every Sunday school they could
inviting and urging the
schools to attend this ral-
ly. :sext Sunday other sohobls
First Methodist Church, Walter
Church of Christ, John W. Gas-;
Presbyterian Church. Hugh Spi-;
est, and every one is trying to save
what grain they have raised.
The Jermyn boys came down
Saturday and played us a game of
ball, which ended with the scores
standing 10 to 6 in our favor.
Dr. E. Hughes is having his
house torn down with the inten-
tion of having a new one put up.
H. E. Bailey is having his home
Mrs. Marvin Bruce and little
daughter of Graham bavebeen vis-
iting the former’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Box, of Bryson.
Mrs. Pettus of New Mexico is
visiting her son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Pettus.
A number of young people were
entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mr# T. T. Stuart Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Birdwell and
children of Amarillo are visiting
eause of his having to go home, he
appointed J. V. Roland to take his
Those taking part on the pro-
gram were as follows: J. A. Mat-
thews, S. A. Waldrop, Perry Pey-
ton, Rev. Davidson, E. N. Miller,
J. H. Timberlakq, John Scott, 01-
lie Spangler, and H. J. Ballew.
The subject, “The Church’s
Problems and their Solutions,”
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. MiddletoJ
spent Sunday in Gibtown at tl
all-day singing convention wit!
Mr. and Mi's. Henry and Mi
and Mrs. Charlie Hall of Joplk
were here on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon “
of Oklahoma are visiting in tW
home of W. E. Trotter.
Mr. and Mrs. W, E. and Mr. ami
was discussed on Saturday morn- Brooks Trotter have return^
ing. Several things were men- ed from Roanoke,
tioned. as the financial problem, ^rs- ^ aid Rogers of Matador ii
non-attendance of church mem- visiting relatives and friends here
bers, disinterestedness, discipline, Messrs. Claude, Berniee, and]
the preaching of error, etc. The Miss Mamie Brannon have return
fact was brought out that we need pd ho™* fr°m Denton where they
more of thf Holy Spirit ’s power to had been attending sehool.
help in the great work of the
Kingdom. We need to tarry as
they did at Jerusalem, until we are
midued with Power from on high.
Also, “Some Reasons for Future
I Punishment ” was discussed. Be-
! cause God has said that sin is to
he punished was a reason given
First Christian Church,
Holiness Church, T J. Bowlen, \
The following is the program:
Thursday Night, June 9.
7 .-00—Gathering of delegates
from all parts of Jack County.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. J. Finch, a
son, May 30.
the day. Do not lose a single
J 1:30-—Conference on work of
the County Association. How to
double the membership of every
No fee. Everybody register. Sunday school. How to reach ev-
Fellowship and a good time. erybody. Let us make Jack Coun-
7:30—Service of song, prayer, ty the best organized county in
prai-e and testimony, * > Texas for the Sunday schools of
8:00—-^Scripture quotations, all denominations.
Many giVe favorite verse. j 2:00—Special days and week
8:10—introduction of State spe- day activities, Miss Myers,
cialists., j 2:30—Home department and
8:20—Greetings from Mrs. .W. 'extension work. Mrs. Wiggins. *
V. Wiggins, State Field Secretary, i 3:00—The Sunday school at
8:35—Greetings from Miss Ed- work. W. N. Wiggins.
E. J. Bentley of Mineral Wells|
moved to Perrin last week.
Vedder Crounce has returned j
from school at Denton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Miller
Olney are visiting relatives
Misses Mattie and Bama Sur
ner of Olney have been visiting
The Bible is very clear on this home people the past week,
subject. In describing the ever- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Sumner of
lasting life for the righteous and Jean are visiting relatives andj
the everlasting punishment for the friends here,
wicked the same word is used. Mr. and Mrs. W.
The rich man and Lazarus are the turned last we*
characters in a very vivid scene on where they
the other side of time. Personally their honeymo?
we believe that this subject ought before her rnarri'?
to be discussed more often and the place May 21, was
wicked faithfully warned of their Frank, a well known
Following this, a very warm
liscussion was pulled off on the
jubjeet, “Did Christ Fulfill Dan.
44 by setting up the church.
Then regeneration and its relation
to final salvation was brought be-!
having taught in Per?
school for the past six year
Murphy is a well known bus?
man having spent several,years 1?
the First State Bakn of Perrin.j
where he is now employed.
J. J. Gillespie has returned frq(
ftfce BECurt. \p
May Myers, State Field Secre-
8:50—Songs and offering.
9:00—The Challenge of l^ie Hour
-W. N. Wiggins, general superin-
tendent of Texas.
Friday Morning, June 10.
Let everybody be prompt at the
first word spoken.
9:00—Open conference on your
own problems. Briqg yours to be
9 :3ff—The Sunday school organ
4:00—Question box. Bring your
question on any problem and have
if discussed by specialists.
'es—Children's workers. Mrs. Wig-
gins; Young people workers, Miss
Myers; Adults and officers, W. N.
5:30—Recess until 6:15 p. m
6:15—Everybody bring basket
or box luneh and serve in picnic
style..Social and fellowship stunts.
Fourfold program—Mental, Phys-
ical,- Spiritual and Social. Every-
ized. and discussion of department body in Jacksboro should be there
problems. Mrs. Wiggins, Miss My-
ers, Mr. Wiggins.
10:30—Wrhat we have done dur-
ing the year. Tf any school has
done something of special during
the year please tell it briefly, to in-
10:45—-Songs and fellowship.
11 :15—Mry Wiggins.
-41 :30—Reach, Teach. Win,
Train, Use. W. N. Wiggins.
Friday Afternoon, June 10.
ly. Make much
Wj , ;
and enjoy this unique program
Friday Night, June 10.
Closing sasBion of the big feast.
7 :30—Service of song and pray-
er. Testimony What T have re-
ceived in the eonventioh. What I
expect to do in my School and
8:00—Farewell messages. Mis:
Myers, Mrs. Wiggms.
8 -.30—Songs and offering.
8:45—Forward—W. N. Wigg
» 9sl5—Final words.
9 #5—Farewell sqng..
fore the people. This note was Fort Worth,
souuded: Ye must be born again.1 Mrs. T. R. Booz entertained,
A pery fine sermon was preach-,day rfternoon, with a hi
ed by Bro. Matthews, on “The party in honor of her little bST
blood of Christ,’ ’on Sunday morn- ter. Ruby, the occasion being the
ing, ^twelfth birthday of the little girl.
The last session was held on After s number of - games were
Sunday afternoon. A good Sun- played ice* cream and cake werej
day school and religious eduea- served to the following guests:
tion were the subjects. This was Little Misses Bessie Mae Moore,
lery profitable to all. Tn closing Hazel. Irna and Essie Smith. Lena
these notes T will say that “the Mae Heath. Lois Milam. Thelma
half has not been told.” ;Wilson.* Effie Harman and 'Aola
II. J. Ballew. Booz, Masters Uradv Gian don
__ ison and Emmett Draell
Entertainment for First Christian
Church Great Success. from a visiit
The entertainment given at the; q*
opera house Tuesday evening was
a success in every way. The
were all taken and the
was rendered to the sat!
of the audience.
A one act sketch, “Bachel?!
Reverie” was given, the parti!
pants being Ham Estes. Franck
Mayes. Frances Stewart. Elizabetl!
Garner, Cecelia Roth. Louise Taj^
lor, Zimmie Wilsion,_Soph>
son, Audrey Jt
rs E. C.
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