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TIIB CLAOT,tN fEWS,
WITH THE CHURCHES
TíhU column i open for the rlnirrh
note. Please have all copy in not
Inter tliHti noun on Thursday
THIS CHUKCII WITH A WELCOME
Mdlhodlat Episcopal Church
L. U. Rymph, Am'I Pastor.
Hbvo you a church liomo? Every
atlampl is being mado lo make (lita
a family church. Last Sunday for-ty-flvo
ohildron attended Iho morn
ing service. Our goal for tho chil
dren is seventy-five. Adults', en
courage the children in church al
tondance by attending the church
service regularly yourself.
"The greatest Jioed of tho average
man or woman is not a profoundcr
grasp or greater appreciation of in
dividual verses and texts, but a
comprehensive grasp of the Hook
as a whole, a bird's eye view of the
historical sweep and meaning of the
canon as a whole." The Sunday
School of this church offers just
such an opportunity for systemat
ic study of the Bible and of Chris
tian history by means of its graded
courses of study.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m., Jos.
Gill, Supt. '
Epworth League, 7:15 p. m., N. 0.
Brane, Pres.
Morning Worship, 1 i :00 a. m., "The
Natures and Place of Ileason."
Evening Worship, 8:00 p. m., "Ste
phen's Life and Vision."
Family Night, Wed. 8:00 p. m.,
Worship, Study, Recreation.
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Mr. J. F. Lunsford being gone,
we are not in a position to say
whether there will be preaching
services next Sunday or not. Sun
day School at 10 a. m., Christian
Endeavor at 7:00 p. m. On Mon
day night the monthly business
meeting will be held. Announce
meeting will be held on the Perico,
1ho Endeavorers lo leave the Chris
tian church at 6:30 p. m., where
.cars will bo ready to lake tho whole
.bunch. The mon folks have under
taken tho job of furnishing and
serving tho feed for the occasion.
All Endeavorers bo sure to be down
.to the church at 0:30.
The Ladies' Circfb of the Christian
Church, will hold a special meeting
at tho church on next Thursday.
"Every member is requested to at
tend. THE 'SMILE THAT WONT COME
OFF
Is the smile that has its founda
tion beneath the surface, deep down
in tho heart.
No heart can be truly happy thai
is not right both with God and ono's
followmon.
Bringing people into a right rela
tionship with God and their fellows
is the constant task of the churches.
Wn crave an opportunity to help
yon solve your problems. '
First Baptist Church. J. W. Sale,
pastor, I07 Court. St.
Sunday School P:S5, J. L. Brown,
Superintendent.
Preaching al 1 1 a. m and 8 p. m.
Sunbeam Hand at 2 p. m.. Miss
Jano Gray, leader.
Junior I. Y. I'. V. at :i p. m.. Mrs.
C. W. Anderson, leader.
Senior R. Y. P. I'. at 7 p. m.. Miss
Leah Gray, loader..
Prayer meeting Wednesday at B
p. m.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday, June 1 2th, Palmer Hall
Guy Davis, Pastor
Sunday School begins at 0:15 a. in.
. If wo have no class adapted to your
requirements now, wo will make
one to suit. Come and see.
There will be preaching service
at. 1 1:00 a. m., and at 8:00 p. m. The
subject of the morning sermon is:
"A Man's Quest for the Chief Good."
Subject of tho evening semina will
bo: "Who is Jesus?" You aro cor
dially invited to attend all of these
services. If you are not a member
of any church in town, we invito
you to make this your Church Home.
CHRISTIAN LADIES' Alt)
MEEIS iillll MRS MONROE
TEACHERS RECEIVE STATE
OFFICIALS GOOD .MEETING
The Ladies' Circle of the Christian
olmrch held one of the mol enthus
iastic meetings that have been held
for some lime, on Thursday The
meeting was held at the homo of
Mrt. D. D. Monroe on Madison street
with Mrs. J. H. Proelor assiitt'ng Hip
hoitess. lhe afternoon was dc
lightfutly spent In discussing church
problems and outlining work for
the circle. After the business ses
sion wsb over light rofreshmonts
ware Hervod. Aboul 45 ladies wore
present. The Ladios Circlo is com
posed of women who are real live
wires, and havo.done a great amount
of work wliioh has been a great
uwistanae to tho building commit-
loe of tho new ohurch.
The Union County Teachers' As
sociation, which has been meeting
the past (wo we oka in the High
School building, today closod a most
successful session. Eight y-six wore
in attendance. All of them showed
a splendid spirit or interest and
earnestness in their work, and made
lhe best of every opportunity for
learning. Tho slnlo examinations
were given yesterday and today.
One of tho most interesting fea
tures of the Institute was the as
sembly period every morning at 11
o'clock. . The programs wore in
structive and entertaining, consist
ing of a brief address and several
musical numbers. Monday, Mrs. M.
C. Johnson rendered two piano selec
tions and also played tho accompan
iment for Isabel Herzstein, who gave
two pieces on the violin. Tuesday,
Rev. Ilymph, supply paslor of tho
First Methodist Church, addressed
the teachers 'on their responsibili
ties in tho school room. M, W.
Smith, one of tho teachers in at
tendance at the Institute, sang two
songs. Mr. Smith, before coming
hero, directed a quartet in public
onterlainmonts for four years. On
Wednesday, A. L. Tarlton, the Coun
ty Agricultural Agent, delivered one
of his inspiring addresses in his us
ual interesting style, and Mrs. Hur
ley, the County Demonstration agent,
told the teachers of a number of
things they could do lo add to tho
happinoss and comfort, of those with
whom they are associated. She
strongly advocated hot lunches at
school. Thursday, Mr. Larkin, one
of tho most popular school men in
the slate, was here from Las Ve
gas and addressed the teachers on
tho now plan of leaching English.
He was followed by Dr. Mumoy, of
Grcnville, who made an eloquent
appeal to the teaching profession.
Th Lewis Quartet sang two num
bers, which wnro greatly appreciat
ed by everyone.
Two slate officials visited the In
stitute the past week. State Super
intendent John Y. Conway spent
Monday with the teachers. In an
address Monday morning he made
a strong plea for more earnestness
in school work. "Give me teachers
who lovo the work and will go out
into our rural communities lo ac
complish genuine, worth-while re
sults," he said. "Perhaps conditions
will not bo ideal, but my heart goes
(hit lo tho teacher who is willing to
put up with adverse circumstances
until she can bring about a fine
spirit of co-operation and a greater
interest, in Hie education of tho com
munity. We want teachers with
plenty of pep, who will go out and
do things anil not just drag along.
I believe (hat Union county has a
good, live bunch of teachers, and I
know that.niler the leadership df
your competent and enterprising
superintendent, Miss Myers, you are
going lo accomplish real work in'
this part of the slate.' Supt. Con
way held another conference with
the teachers in the afternoon, and
explained the proposed constitu
tional amendments lo be voted on
noxl September.
Dr. Waller, the Slate Health Of
ficer, spoke lo the teachers Tues
day morning on the imporlancoof
maintaining a Health Department in
union County. Ho showed that, tho
people were compensated to the ex
ent of a hundred times the amount
they paid for keeping the Health
Department.
At the business meeting held on
fhursday morning, C. C. Silzo was
olected presidont. of the Union
County Association for tho coming
year. Mrs. Jean Wronn Conkin was
elected secretary, and Miss Zoo Bon
nptl was olected treasurer.
Tho resolutions expressed appre
ciation to tho Board of Education
for tho use of the High School build
ng, and thanks were given to the
Chamhur' of Commerco for its re
coption to the teachers on Tuesday
night. Condolence was extended to
J, F. Lunsford, Seerelary of tho
Chamber of Commerce, in his be
reavement caused by tho death of
his father. The resolutions put tho.
ssocialion against the proposed
amendment whereby the lax levy
for maintaining schools would bo
changed. This question is to be vot
ed on ip the fall, and the teachers
have organized lo fight against its
passage.
John V. Conway, state suporin
lendenl of public instruction, was
in Claylon (his week, attending the
mililute, whloh oiotoa today.
jj j fjl
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TOM BUSHNELL SEVERELY
INJURED
I'om Hushnell. while attending It
his duties inspecting tho dipping of
cattle, BOtyth of Rosebud, received
aa injury i hat was very serious and
his escalio from death was almost a
minien.
While pushing a bar across the
chute lo slop the rattle, a hull
plunged against tho bar, before he
col it fastened on the opposito side.
sinking it with such force thai one
end vwung around, hitting Mr. tsutui
noil undor Iho chin. Tho lick he
received was so great Uiat it lifted
him entirely off hie feel, knookn?
him unconscious. His teeth wore
jarred . loose, and ..his face liadly
bruised. Ho was bfbiight homo and
is getting along nicely, wit, it will
lio Mime time before he will be able
to resumo his worci"
TEXLINE WILL VOTE.
0 JSSUnrOF BONDS
We get lhe infonoationjifrom J.JI.
Bender, former Wif)t.f the fight
and water department. .ho.ee, that
Texline is going lo -votfl on a bond
issue for tho purpose, of installing
a municipal light andxwater plant.'
Mr. Bender will have charge of Iho
electrical installation if (lie bonds
nrp vofefl. " ' 1
POSTOFFICE INSPECTOR HOOD
HERE
Oscar M. Hood, postoffieo inspect
or for this district, from Trinidad,
is in Clayton this wjiek He is hero
viewing tho town in1 regard to (he
city carrier scrvico jvhicli was ask
ed for thru IJio Chamber of Com
merco. Mr. Hood is a very affable
follow and we believe that if there
is any chance for us to have a city
delivery service, ho will recom
mend it.
BATTALION OI-RGULARS
CAMPED HERE LAST NIGHT
A battalion of the Ninth U. S. In-1
fantry arrived hero last night, and
pitched camp in.thp l air Grounds.'
The Battalion came hero from Am-
arillQ today. It. consisto of 274 mem
including oflicens, arl are on their
way from (.amp Tv&vis. San An
tonio Texas', Ic Fort Logan.
The convoy, consisting of thirty
seven trucks, is under the command
of Captain J. M Anderson.
This convoy IdfkStm Antonio on
May 29. Tney had expected to ar
rive nt Fort Legan by early next
week, but on account or storms in
Colorado it i ui-.eftt'lain when they
will-gut there.
Thft,..Nimh Infantry from which
Ihofae men wore nicked was a part
of'lho Second Diision. which served
two years in France, lhe Ninth was
decorated by tho Fronoh govorn-
mRnCiwUhlt1io.íír5ix de Guerre and
Company G, (tho outfit which was
here, last night) was singled out and
decorated with tha samo Jionor.
Company G has several men who
have won tho distinguished Bervteo
cross and there is one man who not
only received JljaL honor but was
also decoratod wiui ine uroix oe
Guarro with the double palm, and
the Medalla Militalro of France.
DR. II. R. MILLS NOW ON
A CHAUTAUQUA TOUR
Dr. H. R. Mills, pastor oí the First
M. K. church, is now fully occu
pied in his leciüko work pn the Red-palh-Horncr
Chautauqua platform.
Mr. Mills hai a very extensive pro
gram laid put for liim this summer,
which will occupy fifteen weeks,
and take him over the grealor por
tion of Iowa, Minnesota, North Da
kota, and ' Missouri. Dr. Mills is
one of those impressive lecturers
who has tho ability to carry his au
a young man, full of zeal, and tho
Methodist pulpit, will bo ably filled,
dyring Dr. Mills' absence,-
CLAYTON HAS HAD ITS
FULL SHARE OF RAIN
While olhor parts of the country
have. been suffering from floods,
Iho citizens of Clayton can realize
that it is truly a privilege to ho
a resident of tho metropolis oí Un
ion county. Bu.1 even though re
moved from the liability of floods,
Clayton has not' been dry. Accord-
dlence with him from tho begin- ing to statistics furnished by Dr.
ning to ine cna oi nis icciurc, ana , uiiariion weamer oDservcr, ior un-
has been making a hit on the circuit
for lhe past three seasons. Clayton
can bo proud of. the ability of Dr.
Mills, and the town can rest assured
that ho wll boost Clayton and New
Mexico wherever he goes.
During his absence his pulpit will
be filled by Rev. L. Merle Rymph,
of Harper, Kansas. Mr. Rymph is
ion county, the rainfall here lias
been, so far in June, almost double
that of May! According to( the fig
ures given us the rainfall for June
has been 3.47 inches, while the rain
fall for May was 1.05 inches.
The News give you th? news as it
happens. Read the newsy . News.
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