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nn: mmcx K AVAi-ANair.. nmAV, January 20. 19.2
OCIETY, PERSONALS BY MRS. CURTIS A. KKF.N PIP INK !J A thought for today "Wa live In deed, not year; in thought, mt breaths; In ftM-liriKH, not in figure n a dial; We should count time by heart throb, lie most live Who think mont, feel the noblest, -ti (he bent." Bailey. The Ruptist Ladle Auxiliary m-t t the church parlor of the Bnptit church on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Miller had chargo of the afternooi.' program and guv- an instructive and interesting paper on "Expanding the Foitlgn Miaaionary Horizon," point ing out the need for a closer atudy and deeper uuiJithI uciint of the problem involved In Foreign Mia aionary work. Other number on the wro'rftrn were: TVorV rt' William Carrey," ly atrnLrjrntt. "Paul ft, a Foreign Missionary," by Mr. Waldrop. "Work of Ailomirani Jud.ion," by Mra. Smith. "Early Missionary Woik of Souin-i-n Baptist Ci.niention," sketched by W -. Harris. What Part l We Have in For- -1 Missionary Work?" by Mr. Wil li "i. 'Opportunities For Foreign Mi- nary Work hirn-f Ibe Great World V..-" Mr?. Si oil. the election of officer win held I M the last meeting plm ' v or I '.".'.!. 1'r t id. ti f'.iorc.rVi. i' PreMdent. Mi the .1. V. G. ;citl;Tci r-tiiry, M rs. I. .1. -1 .. Treaiuin r. Mix J. K. Mrxan.h r. The 'Year !n'i!" plan win .lit u -e.l, .itei upon ami accepted and .1 enm r ptcc roin io- i f Mf - Il'iv 1 11, ,'. . It. m,d Wilson are i.ud.itvr tin' fin.-il tuning uncut. Mri. !;! -i-' h vii I 1. nist for the aft o:'tiooii. The Auxiliary meets noi Moii-r-.y iif'enionti nt ". ith Mi ". I'. . Payne. Who Slid Slumb-r VmilyV ''no of the iiiiain' 1 s fetes of the v i-i It was given this Tuesday even inir at the home of Mri. Whipp of (" Nin'h St red, 'Allen F'hel Mac V-" ipp entertained the following j;irs v. i h a Slumber party on tin- oem ni n of her l.'.th birtlulav: Mis.--cs Ai',. le M.-llon, Norma Mn'hi-i, Al ma Mullini, Tlnlnia (bhoin, Ruth Miller, Ethel Side, Margarctte and Peggy Whipp. At ten twenty. Mil Whip;. ."o-is'cd by Mi:s Kthel Mae Wliiop, served a delightful limb followed wi'h fniits and home-made candies Castleberry Party. Lubhodc has lonif Pern riotetl aj the leading ny of the Plains, nnd this ditin Hon ii ref le ted, not only by I.iibhoi k's progressive men, but in the Social World 11 well. In Ml lady's Realm, we find a di.i'inctive nraa nnd originality combined with a rare charm found in the perfect , honlr-K. I 1 hhuck's art and s' .(inline-. in the so- t.-il 1. n'e va ibum - ll -1 Ml' ed in fitting f'.'i' Wi-lii'-Mlay :if'.'in.ioii when Mix Ir tl (1. ( ii-i'lelieriy en tertained witli a 1I1 1ie-'il ful ltei.lt.'.' I'arty in honor of Mr. W. l S'eveni at her home on Wot Kleventh Street.. A I'ni'h of color and diiintincus wa n.l.led to t!ie p 1 - 1 livinir room by the ar'i- tie 11 1 ran t'"m n' x of Am- eriean llea'itv ruses ns they vniilini'ly nodded their head from out. the 1111111 erou bid viium in KWeet welionie' and aproval the truest arrived There were five taldes in all, with' the following Ion heon k n-t: Me- dame Sam Arnelt, A. B. ('onley, Ifattie O'llair ami I'liiMs A. Keen., The hour (dipped by Joy uisly. At 4:.'tll a two course Inn heon wa aerved with Mr. Fred f. Oliver and. Mr. Kllinti a aHisiin(r hoi--. Delirious hot cream chicken andi mimhrnom was nerved in pally shells' with toa! Mandwii he, ripe olives, eheesc halls and ( offi-c, oiif i' ut inK the first eoure. Thi whs f-. Mowed by a Heeond vl'O ni of rt mi. I dinnti-1 es frovinir the holi'-s a fal cri-: tenon in the delicate art of culinary. The aecond 1 oure coiiMtcd of pine apple nut, Bavarian cream, l.ayer fruit cake, Hfiiiil an (fn r hasl.e! wiMij irlazed u-apec, mtvciI ..n imitax . For Quick Delivery PHONE 792 GROCERIES. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES The Sanitary Grocery Quality Service Appreciation who want to c street eat from our former location and are -ppJ Jenclablc market for poultry and hides. pp Poultry and Hide Co. CLUBS on HKMIiKNCK lll IXH'IITO NTH T leave. The jrueht prlre, ii) eom plimeiii to Mra. W. t). Stevens wa a dainty hand -painted irla holder. The blh neon- I'rlxe waa won by Mr. Jed A. Kix, belnir a half a d.. en l o tea aipper. The ruet ff he party were Mr. W. O. Steven, Mednme J. S. John ..ii, Hick Arnett, J. T. Hutchinson. K...o Wilaon, Hurlbut K. A. and A. U. Conley, Jeil A. Kix. A. V. Weaver, Dr. Krueicer, Powell, Sear, Winn, John Penny, Martin, Slatnn, WilkiiiNon, 0, ('. Jhnon, and Mer- The parly diftiered about fil.10, Mr, fantleberry havlnn remained a dinner RiieHt, Mr. and Mr. I.. T. Martin, Mr. and Mr. Fred C. Oliver, Mr. JarvW and Mr. and Mr, furti A. Keen. idlt lisvr Club 1 Mra. W7 K. IfH-klnaon, Jr.. enter tained the member of the Idle Hour I'l.it. U'fHnrxInv afternoon at her home, 091 Avenue 1. Thi was a de- liKhtfu) afternoon for the memPer in attendance, thone present being: Meadame II. I-. Hick, Hubert L. Al-i- l Xf ..C....I.I..K V.I I) Allen li-n. r. .'ii .'i'Mj i., ... -- .1. J. Adam, lias. K. Wrir'nt, l.mne F. Moore and the hoate, Mr. Uirk inaon. Mr. T. II. Carter and Mi Anna Maree Moore, of Flnyiladn, were the upeciiil club jniest. Following xcveral nmirs vp.-nt in ncedle-naft and Kimien, the pin-' were seivcd With 11 splendid en, Thi ef n.tlad on lettuce, peanut b'.ttn roll, rhice stiu'vs, ripe idiv.", i'i i!i uliiiil pies w I'll v. h;;'i nt cl i 'no mi'! ten. The Kile-.' departed at a late hour, e, larin:' Mr. l'u hitisoM a in. nt x.' ll"iit ho ! ss. The'Iub will n;eel nevt time with M'. F. M.--Spiddd', PIP A .-nue K. The Auxiliary cf the St. I'a.il'i KplHcopnl Chiir-h met Monday lifter-1 lionn lit the homo of Mr. F. W. 1 Th'.mii 1. The iini.ortni.t di us ion hcf.u-e the nrcii'.iviition '" that of the row cook I k, whi. h is no-.v loinoteted nml re.'nly for the pr.M. Nothing is v.oiih whde without nn effort and the ladies of the Fpis couil Chur. h have "pan d neither time fr-r trouble in making this one of the nio't up to-date cook book' with O'line LT. 0 tertcd recepie. The Mapi'ie and Ji's C-il. wen the fill-sis of Mr. I. "Hie Moore if I'll'.' llfh street on Wedoclay nf Nriioon. Thi was (.nc of the pret tied par ies of the week and the sl. tc-u 1 In 1 member and (Ties' spent a most enjoyahle afternoon. A .harm '.Mi added to the pretty rooms by the dainty iirranio'inent of f'-rn nnd cur anatiotis and the tli ji in- i t ton.h as noted in the Brti-'th- hand tuni,' ed s ore canls, mipinture, Mii(ri.'ie and .lu'irs and Iiaurhter. An ela1' orate Into heon was served of ( hi. k en 'iilad on et"i'-e with ,and'.vi.-h' t'i rist mas nlnd wi'h tmt breiid and , I Int.. stuffed dates after dinner 1 . 1 ? 1 v . The lui"heon K'lcsN for the afterii.e n were Mr. nnd Mr. II. II. Miller, Mis Moore, of Floydadti, nml Mr. Slaifle. Tile lli'l-n- b.ver of l.lihhock will welcome the coiniiii' ol M i 's r("'i Swan to I.nblioi k. Mi Swan is 10 ict'ily of New York, but more re cently of Tyler, Teviis, where she ha ron.l.ntod one of the most noted studio i'l the dtlltc Mis Swan I a irraduti'e of the (luilmant fliKan S- hool of which the famous WiMiam C. Carl I th" diree tor. Mi Swan atudied under Carl for three year. Anionic her voice lea.-her we number the great mas ters of the day, viz: Fred S.hlieder, the famous composer, F lorence Turn er Maly and Alice flauire Mtt and Andrew Sarto. I'nder thene teach er he ha had rare advantage in 1 he win Id of nn. die and we welcome her to our city, iiHuring her of our anNistance In the etablihnient of a real . horal cluh in l.ubbock. The regular meeting of tin Auc tion Bridge Cluh wa held at the home of Mr. T. W. Thma, 1.10K Avenue N. There were four table and the following lull, heon guems: Mes.liime Johnson, Jenny, Krucger, , In Our New 'Sear. After the 1 lub 110 nilicr bad 1 nj .yi d a delij;bl ful I'm h 'h" pb 1 lint iiflei'lioon inii.bol.il V 1 h a lion! busiii' in "ion. Tlie ii' t meetiiii: I will be held at the home of Mi I Vickrr the fii 'I Tuedav In Feb 1 ruary. The follow ink' I'ori-ei tlon i icicle ill reference to the Friday Needle Club. Tie meeting was held at Mr. F.ibl Clink', with Mr. John Ihninmi and Mr. I'arkhill a joint hoslosc The cluh will !) the gueU of Mrs II. (). Water on Friday afternoon. 1e Annual All-Hay Tuikey Pin ner, of the. Wednesday Nenllu Club wa held at Mm. S. K. Cole, of 1009 Twelfth Street. There were twenty two dub guesta In nil with two din ner guel, Mr. Iltitledgu and Mr. Adam. A delightful uncial hour wa apent a the different uest came and went. The next meeting, will be at Mr. I.. C. Kll.' at thiee o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mcddanie Ilenaon and Catlebcrry will be club hoateme Thunday even Ing when the 1916 Needle Club en tertain with a turkey dinner in min or of the hunband of the ( lull mem ber. The dinner will be served at the home of Mr. R. I. Benson nf Kleventh Street, after wlilih n de lightful evening entertainment will follow. Mr. Hattlc O'llare and Mr. Anna Faulk will entertain Fridtty afternoon at 2..10 with a 42 party at the Mer rill Hotel. MONROF NEWS IT F.MS OF THE PAST WEEK Our people are moat all nettled in their new homes and several new fam ilies were represented at Sunday S. hool on last Sunday p. m. We regret that the family of Jeff F.-ott moved away, but the commun ity nt Sballow-aii r will gain what we in giving hem up. Miss I.ola Sett of Shall, .water, iittcndcl (bnrch 1111. 1 Sunday Si hoe! lu re li.:.t Sunday. rt'.v MiNeel.-yV now home h be ii".' completed and 1 in ft more ib-. limbic loi.'iti'.n than the hoi!-e which binned, as it is out on the road south 1 f where the old one -tood. Mr. Ward Ciim Is b-iving a h.-i.i built on hi pin. e, whi h will be oc cupied by Mr Fd;'"r 111 -key and fam ily during this year. Welcome! Kill-it and l a Joe 111 ! thie (i fine pons. Monroe event to be represented at Carlyle on the Mh Sunday nnd w ill pel haps ring in t!..' con'e-'. We have w.'i ihe banner tw i. e, and y.ci would il 1 well to ring up Cmly le, or we may put you ond Uur school I. v 'cam pluyi I bak ct bull wi'h Caldwell on lat r ii day and enme away viitms. Bah! for Monroe. Some of our ( tfieieot Trustees nnd patrons put a fri.-h nut of ml on ihe floor of the s. ho.1 room on lii'-t Sat urdav Mr. Kibble, ,,f l.iibb,,, k, who tea. h es at Vaughn, tu-ci. hed here l.i .t Sun day nt 11 . m. and 4 p. m, giving us two splendid ek"ori on piayir, and what pruyi is (I 'd has ni-l h" will not hear. A.liain Merri'l attended h 1 h '.o l.iibbni k la-i S.itiilny. Mr llc'inan nn.l fami'v vi'ite.l in the home of ll-niy C. I!..'.er nnd family on l.-i t Smidav fn"l M "i day Mr. S. II. Cox nnd f .r dmn- 1 g'ie-ts mi ii' 1 Sun'l.'iy, Mr. Biblle and the (irahams, S. V and wife, and A ndi and fam ly Mr. nod M rs f J 1 n 1. 1 ! I 1 r: .n d wi'h (In ner on 'a-t S in h Champ Stephciis.ii aid family 'chI Mr I.. F.. Stephen.--. (, Mr. Sieve Col'i- r i -ler a severe n1 ram i-i it.ro'. i'o: i f foot, wl.i i CHio-ed her to he eel ' le Mi Bv.sie Collier, of l.nh! ,. k 1. pupil in the I.ubbo. k Bti"inc C"l lege, uncut the week end with Ih. fireenbill. Mr. Kd. church lat Oiljett wa abaent from Sunday on account of illness. The families of Ceorge and Willie Robinsons' spent lat Sunday in l.uh bo k visiting relative Mr. Teal object to the way bi name wa spelled in these items la-t week, for it called him I-eal, but I will make my T plainer the nc' time I mention him. Mr. and Mrs. Will llarsey reports that our dear little sick girl, Mi- Louise Betilly, Is improving and w all rejoice and wish her a speedy re covery and hope to have her with us again soon. The little child of Henry lliulnell and wife, wa sick lat week, h it is improving. Ilelto: "Slat!" Is your ink fror.cn? Come "Tell us the termination of y.o.r roniiin"e. MEBANE COTTON SFF.D We hli"e jul received a ea' of Mebane Cotton Seed from Trigg Brother A Co., grower and dealers, of Mebane Cotton Seed, of I. iekhiir', Texas, the home of Mebane Cotton Seed. Farmer who are interested in mire Mebane seed will please tall and tiiveatiga'e our seed at once, a we do not ex-eet thi 1 ar of seed to last long. We a'and behind every sack if this seed with our rfaonal guarantee we are g'tting them from reliable dealer and can person ally recommend them. IHIHCKS BUOTHF.RS General Merchandise 4'J-lt H. W. Mitchell, of Brownfi"bl wa here Wednesday and Thursday transacting buiinesi. Location AHOUT HIGH PRICKS We neither c l.iim t(k.rl! the l.raprst koo'I on (lie market nnr nt llie lowest price. 'Ihe rooiN wr rll are I he lcl nntl on thrin we Iry In rmlie n profit tlml i f ir to ourrlve. If you are trrnlel fair and quare you sliould e tcned thnt'i whal you Ret here. BARCLAY & DeSHAZO, Reliable Grocers Merrill Hotel Blink MOODY NEWS ITEMS OF THE PAST WEEK The weather still remain (old and dear and ton dry for mm h breaking of ground. But the farmer of this section are busy grubbing, so, when rain doc ronio the ground will be ready to work. Mr. Cuna of the Acuff neighbor hood, we understand, i building house on the land he bought In the Mood' kettlement. He is also put ting down a well. Mr. John Swofford spent Tuesday errtiing with Mrs. Teagiie. Mr. A. K. W. White, who ha been away ome few week, returned home Friday. He came directly from Im perial, Texas. But while away he visited various place In Arkansas and Kansas. Mr. White is greatly elated over the prospect cf finding oil upon hi place near Clifford, Ar kansn. Mr. and Mra. Tow visited at the Bill Murray home Monday evening Bill Murray and I'lis King return ed Inst Sunday from n two weeks' trapping expedition. T. g"hcr, they! caught fifty-three myites In the two. weeks. Mr. Murray caught two that ! Wife so large thai (he Cms brooht l'i 1 a h, besides, be was Retting a bounty of f on. Th; ,,!.. 1 I I '' OH oil the lu-o i oyotcs. Mr. Mi" r;.y n!s 1 trnnpcl one big loafer, tlv first one seen In a long time, but it " aw.iy tfo'ii bun. Mi. J.. ks..n, '1.. r.iri on who e ran h tiny v.t.' ttaipiiig, sill two COV bo',-. il or .' . f the I.oho, but they fulled to ...ei'.-oe If ! Mis. Bill Chistn spent Thursday c. . r ii g v. 1' h M "(. S ..-..t t..' ! I Mrs. Claud Haven spent Friday .on nt M" a ml Mi' I !l' Tow- Mr took I dinnc J..h day. wi.h Mr. no if ,nt M-sst-s. King and P. Inter and Mi n-i l I' . Hi. r. ! i Mum ay, K ir.g "I 1: tl in to l.i bb. t T i-.l iv 1. mere. .11 r -. .-! 111-riiv 1. -' 1 .1., ., . -1 . '. nnd sm, ... M-. !' ,',... i- . r t a has dium and be already I n I the snare drum. So Mo"d wd .. ,n have nn orchestra. The eiii'le h'. Mr. R 1 V ' 1 p.niBiy ..i !. s:.,ki-n of In bi"' " . I " Ava '.i'i -he, was caught by Fred Reeves, a s oung 1 inn, .. t be M ..., v . . t ic. nt M"i I illie Swofford .( r t Snt ir d..v :' the Clv.d lb.' . ' ' I- -u -. g.nte n numb, r ' M .-it'i-rded the corn-' id It .' urd.-y nf'i inoon. Tw.. fir t W . rt. w on I'V M001K. It;.' t ' - S h'.n' v as r 1 go.it I'p nir at"! th" o'h-r c t!'. h o-e ra e. Pan (Slim) M' dure won fo-'-t money in the g-.at roping and "Su-.-kie," the h.o - belorgmg to Mi I ongley, wns i"e .t'a'ej.i o in t he h . 1 se rm .-, u .1. ;e I horse iV.nt w.n in lb- i.-i c at M . ..Iv Chris'ivas (ciimg and he '" w- 1 at ! cm l.-i mi lnt s-i m mer j NFWS I TP aH IRf'M TMF ROPFSVILI.F. COMMUNITY There wa a good many nut at Sunday S hool Sunday. We ate glad to i ( 1 him (dining hack to Sunday S. hool We are si ill having cold weather, and no mm. The farmers are ge' ing anxious for rain so they can put up their land in plenty time yet to mak a crop in Wet Texas Mr. Millsnp has gone down in Park er county, to see about hi place down , there. He i making Rome Improvt rnents for his tenam. j Mr. Chandler l building a new; house on hi land that he lately, bought from Mr. Fd. Thorp. Brother Ribble will pre, h at Hopes at three o'ehx k Sunday evening. F.v-i erybody come out and hear him. i Mesr. George Carter and Mr. j Grave went to lev-eland Monday. to pay taxes. Fverybody pay yout poll tax si ynu can vote. Mr. Cilhert-Nnrtham was taken, serloiMy si. k and was canied to the Sanitarium Tuesday for an operation for appendi. it i. Frances M. In nsl.l went to Level-' anil Saliir.lav to pnv hi taxe. ' i'rother T. B. Sowell and MrJ uriham have g-me down near the Bio Grande on a deer hunt. Brother Morrison will r. reach here Saturday night, g ung to Iveland! Sunday, then ha. k to Rope Sunday night. I There was a good rrowd gathered at Rope Saturday evening to ee soma goat roping and bronco riding and other i ter. 1-. s. i The play "Alway In Trouble,", Friday night, was enjoyed by large j crowd. j Mr. Tom Gregory ha leen vUitingl hi uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs j Humphries, for several day. He re turned to Temple M'(n(tv. I Mr. and Mra. J. D. Crow got atl; of their household g'w.d burned.. They had gone away to vistt n.iti-l bur when it caught fire. It wa one of A. W. Blanl.ensbip' tenart-hous-e. All the .e iple around Hopes niudn 1111 a nil f Durst arid ritve it to them. J Mr. and Mi. H. II. Timmons in- ited in several guest Monday nb'ht' for icial ev nt, to reh hrate Mr. Timmons' bir' Inlay. There v ere forty-five pren-nt. A ni e up(er was aerved, of turkiy, s'indi hes.j cake and ref fee. K very me pr'i notm. ri ii the lin es' en riammeii' ! ,thi wason. and wished M' Ti:nvr many h v.y hir.hdny. We wnhed hi birhd:iy would come twi' e year instead of on . File Cured la 6 to 14 Day I r-t' r-'lsod moorv If PA70 OHTMr.rT f-.U : ur 1-ca.nK. kr '.. V 'i -r rVouvem P. . I nan'il'X i"sm lo-aio kil.-s. lb.' fwm w - 1 t.rt iali-: ir ihsimm rs . s Wc are continually striving to make Willanl Hattery Service mean more than just ordinary interest and bat tery sales. Lubbock Battery & Electric Company Willanl Mattery Station AT THE CHI RCHFS C. P. C. F.. Profram I or Jan. 22nd Topi-- Hiiv i' g and Selling. I Midi r Miss Kate S''. er. S'.ng. 1 St lot, it-, I'l'.v 0' 1 11, II; x'ii", s I 1'.; I. ill e f: : j Pner. J Open ii iis-ioo ..n the ,c-.ot,. Special M tsic. I t hroti.-tn l-'tul av or pi:n. i!e in bosiocss - Aery Cr'nnc I S-.rg 1 l!"i I'al i.-n I'lell Bi( g r. I'.oyi'o' 'Inn, .lano-s '1 I t '.!,. i Civic Mi', hell I prim i' I of ll'.n-("(, A ts f. : I II. tr. ( l l'l'le Peek. I Pi ill. ii le . f Si 1 v i' e. H I-. : 1 .lepp Mintin 1 Sliort ad.le-s l.v 'be Pr. -o'er-i S"iig. Pencil- ti..n ( umhertand Prbflri in C bur. h Sn.olnv Si h.ol, '1:15 a in, Sup' I. S Slow-t, t 'i s S'H't , !. K. Wat k ii' I'm h hing S. line, II 11. in , Med 7;'l" p. m Junior Fn.b aior, 2 MO p ni. Senior Kndeavor, 6.30 p. m, By the re(piest nf the Govirnor of our S'aie, we are to (-.insider .av Fnforceitieiit during the erlee of thi l.otd's day, and let "J'ldirm.-nt begin at the lloiie nf the I iird." i..,i'' forget to pray for all the servi.es of Sanetuary on I Mi 1-or.l day as y.. should on all other day. Come, and may God lead in to the Truth, and a real determination to in-orporate the name In our live that our action may be right. V ours in III servl. e J. F. HA K Fit, raster. Intermedial Le Topic: God In Our live Leader Annette lliisy. S.mg Prayer Gal. S: Id 2d - Alb v Bean. Song. Solo - Merle Ottitigcr. Story Addie Lou Posey. Piano Siijn Hernl' e Phillip. Talk -Rev. C. N. N. Ferguson. S.mg. league Benediction. Senior Epwartk Lmsi Prafram Jan. 22. 1322, P. M. leader Mia Ii Trbb. Subject: (A Fruit Service): God in Our Live. Hymn. Prver. Hymn. Scnotur Reading, Gal. V, lfl-2n. Hvnn. "The Fruit cf Sin" Kellia Lokey "The Fruita of Righteousneaa" I.ula June. . Sol. Mrs. 0, B. Trlnkle. ";od in Our Live Make These Fruit Possible." Stella Thurman. Hymn. Announcements. I.eagie Ili-nedictfon. I'.i.f I... lien t.t winter "! to b" s-dd a' $1 ea( h, commenrlng Friday. Mrs., Clara Abney, Bab or.y of - 'i by Store. 42-It G. J. Lind ey, of near Snyder, haa b-eri here the tw' e(, ' J x.ei- ' ' wife who I in Lubbock r-aniurium. Doughnut made daily at Mtetin' Bakery. 33-tf Aemon L'an and mo' her, arcom anied ty Miaa Gladys Uouglasa, cf Littlefield, were here Wednesday. l.uLbock, Tea SHM.IOWAPf R NF.WS Iff Ml OF 1 1(F. PAS T WFEK The Sunday S. b..ol tem-hers an I seirrnl men. her of th Sunday S hool had a g.-t together teacher mee'inff, f..r imt r iving and rren'ing an inter. est tn Sunday . hool Friday evening with the Suit , W. lb Crump. The Junior yourg people were pleasantly entertained at the G. M Maom home Friday evening. Mr I'. ike and family moved t Ib-und I'p the hnt of the-week. The Hardy Basket Pall team went to I obbo.-k Saturday, hut failed t come bn k with any honor. Mr. Ilend. ' .11, f'om near Slide, wns a i' i'oi to our burg Friday S hoo t itled "'it eaily Fruity afternoon nnd a'l tint eotil.l, beg, borrow if hoy a way wr"t tt Hirdy s h I to lay P 1 k. ' Pa'l. County I ine t'-nnis were also there All went home wi'h n game f r ea h 'ehool. T It Kid'iole hi been at I.iib hoi k this la-t week, being ctillc I a a j ii'T I.. V Bi.k.-r went to Aberna'hy for a load of fl on for hi store Friday. Bro'her B"i'd. of I ubb.xk, (reach ed an inl ei c-t iiig eroion Sunday mm ning Mr and Mrs. J koii of Luhlxx-k, a'.lended Sunday R. hod and rhurr-k and visited with their daughters, Mra. Ilolleyf old and Meadow. A number of member a'dnded Sunday S. b...d. That rirht, new neighbors, we need and want every one of you to rome and be with u. The young people enjoyed a party at Henry Mohomey Saturday even ing G. M. Mason went to Sweetwater on buines Friday. ( heater Merrell left on the 10 & for a visit at the home of hi parent in Hill County. (i. F. Sooter i on a prnspe- tinf trip to the Rio Grande. If the coun try mi It him he esprit to mova down a onn a he return. LOCAL NEWS ITFMS FROM ACUrF COMMUNITY Still the dry weather continue In our part of the country and the wind aeem to blow more than usual, f gnes we will have another dry year, seem o now, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Btoyd and ., Jese, moto'eil In l.libbo. k Saturday and report the w!i:d vrry unidrasant. Mra. Baneom and Mis Harby were Luhbo' k visitor Satnritay. P. Pound. Karl Davia and A. M. Evltt. were absent from church mert ing Sunday morning. Mr. Prise Ilia' lister la visiting her and like It here fin. The Evltt brothera and Jesse Bloyf caught a coyote Tuesday morning. Mr. Lima Evitt wa on the aick list Saturday and S "id.tr Cody Carr dl and R"d Wood wrr dinner guest at l-oi Fvitt'a Sun day. Misa Cei ile Grime had neveral gill hme with ber for dinner Sun day, Misse Cunningham, Blnir'a and Mi- Aevell- Vvtt. Mr. Carr .11 robl C. W. Evltt two turkev Monday afternoin. Sunday is sing'ng day at A-uff en.l everybody he 'ir" and come ana bring soon -me with ynu. Mr, t'ellev was n the si. k lirt Saturday a".f S inday. Brother f itt will nrea. h at A-uff Sunday mo-nit g. Everyone i In vited to rnnie out and hear him. Mr. M. J. Gregory, of Peters burg, i in a local aanittrium whera ahe underwent an ojration th first of the week. Dennett Slagl nen Ut week via itinf (r unds at Post City.