The Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 29, 1934 Page: 4 of 4
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okl daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Aim
Corley, Hood befors • Mrge «o«-
(rogation 4t tho Umar Avenue
Baptist church in WiehiU Falla. last
night and recited from memory *«
verse, from the Bible. Each veise
aUrtod with a letter of the alpha-
bet in order. Pearl Faye was a
contestant in the district Sunbeam
stewardship contest, having won
flfat pines in the associations! con-
test Tuesday nifht. She was again
given first place in the district.
Jaap Blpodworth ’ of Olney who
Corn-Hog signbrs witt #a to the
poll, next Friday afternoon at *
o’clock for a toU oa the I*"**
grams on which the government
is seeking to K« their approval.
According lo Mr. Vance, balloting
will' take place-- at the following
rl—. ■ Graham county agent's of-
fice; Bunger, churdi~Et1asyille, aa
place set; Murray, church; Uvi»».
John E. Morrison store; Jean, bank;
.lie hall; Markley, chur-h;
Following U the program;
0:45—Sunday school opontd by
. 10:10 S. 8. Ussoni reviewed by
10-gli—Song service. Mr. E. E.
Gibbs, Evangelist, singer.
10:30—“A Life That Uvea,” E.
A. WTgginton. •
10:46 “What the Church ' Means
We have six more Sundays in this Rev. Forrest Bailey of Randolph
church year. The weather is cooler CoU-ge, Cisco. Texas will preach
and the collection has already been at the First Christian Church Sun-
taken. so let nothing keep ns away \ day morning and evening in the
during thy "ext six weeks. We are | absence of the paetor, Or. John W.
""setting- .aside .October as “Loyalty | Tyndall, Jr., who is out of the
IUC (VV 1 we | * # -——I —---- ---~ — -
Month” - and wis ape70Kttr eeutg , city guea Urn waduuMLjR* jnort-
Metbodist in Graham to attend at ing subject will be “A Vision of
service per wMk during Christ” a«4_the evening subject
-3L- Taylpr Tji
At . the morning hour Mrs. S. A.
sociational Junior G. A.
Elbert Thgadny night, entered the Vo
district Contest at -Wichita Falls last hour,
night and Won first place, this said,
jpaking two winners in toe Young-
ish rockmorton Association. ., 'J'gj
^Second place tit the district Y. W. r
will render Special -music.
The.pastor will preach on “Uni-
versal Redemption” Sunday morn-
ing. The service, starts at 10:55. In
tu. erpn ng. the pda®'** pleach
■ Everybody not attending else-
where, fire invited to these ser-
vice,, but we .are makng a special
effort to get all Methodists to at-
Penix _ | _ ___
A cordial invitation is extended to 12:00,—Noon..
the public H worship with jA'^A-r:• • t-gfl flnag and piuiaf, Mr. Gibbs,
waiyn welcome awaiU you. 2:0(t_The 'YVung FeOplt’i Place
JOHN W, TYtJBAti, Jr., PaaWTBr the Kingdom Work Rev.Gil-
N. L. Brandoi
Pot Camp Monday zrrqr W,
Ten young m#n from Young eoun- Wanted to
h Will be selected Monday for tala, trade «
. , -,indi^ib^at--thr . camp rivht--—prah^n
all the nohle and heroic things he >77
has done ip life he spoils it alL. j q j^rj Hutchings, Young eoun- —.
—- i 'T» 'LT ..1 —1 ty relief administrator, will eelaet **
In the textile .trike'feTE~Rttoa^4he-*boyj-. fr™ » ,ut of ***** * - -
BAPTIST W. M. U. I 2:30—Sermon, Dr. vr.'. YI Pond
, . _w~ — ! pastor First Baptist church,' Breck
All Ifircles of the Baptist Mis- enridge. , ' _ ' -
sionary' Union Will meet Monday Adojum. 1- P-‘ Stevenson, Pas.
TKiaiWw—RF“8 iPflnfk—TfT**1 *** j »*■’----- -------y ■
church. Each member is urged to j J •_ > & —•—1
bring one can of foed la be placed1 Our Tall Contributor "says h<
m the Orphan’s Home Box. used U> b* a regular “joiner” bW
‘A. conteat eras won 1>? ,f
Long of Graham, another
winner in the association.
F. Krause, |Mp
hundred that are ‘waiting-—
A. E. Lynch,
M. R Hempt
Mr*.' J, jaT i
c w/„t, oil
P. A. Deals,
first and this
C. O. Stewai
,. L. G.^ Gills,
’ Button Hoi
™.,Jaan, Mrs. 1
. Badwine, Sot
r CkOchet L
Attend the Church of Your Choice
Tomorrow—Ybu will be welcome
at any church in Graham.
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j ^Crocheting I
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Silk Quilt .o‘
M R: Fuller
j Silk Quilt:
Visitors Who Are Stopping in Graham
are Specially invited to go to the
church of their choice
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i JUST HUT
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tvwy i callid 1
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The Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 29, 1934, newspaper, September 29, 1934; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884304/m1/4/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.