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ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH Rev. Ed Albouy, Pastor. Sundays. First Mass with sermon in Spanish tt 8: a. m. Second Mass, with Sermon in En glish at 10:00 a. m. Evening Services at 7:30 p. m. n . CHRISTIAN CHURCH W. L. Martin, Pastor Bible School 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, “The Passion of Eternity”. Evening subject “Are you Ready”. Special music at both services. Midweek service Thursday evening 7:30. A cordial invitation to all. o BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. T. E. ELGIN, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship and sermon at 11; subject, “Human Life Adorning the Doctrines of God”. Evening service at 7:30; subject, '“The Prodigal Coming to Himself”. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Feb. 17 — “Resolution Put into Action”. Feb. 24—“ The Prodigal’s Home Reception”. The public is invited to hear these addresses. Music to correspond to the themes. ■■■ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Held in Womans Club room. Every Sunday at 11 A. M. Wednesday evening at 8 P. M. Sunday School 9:45 A. M. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. M. E. CHURCH SERVICE Rev. O. L. Enyeart, Pastor 3:30 A. M. Sunday School. 10:45 A. M. Morning Service Special music by the Choir. 6:30 p. m. Epworth League. 7:30 p.*- m. Evening Sermon. 7 P. M. Thursday evening Mid week prayer service. No evening service on account of Union Service at the Auditorium. 0 FOUR FOLD GOSPEL ASSEMBLY 206 West First Street' Rev. T. N. Carter, Jr. Pastor and Mrs. T. N. Carter, Jr., Assistant Pastor. Sunday-school at 9:45 and Sunday morning Services at 11:00 A. M, Evening Services at 7:30 P. M. Tuesday night Bible study at 7:30 in the Assembly Hall. Divine Healing Services every Fri day afternoon at 3, at 905 Warren Ave o ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH .. Rev. G. V. Harris. Vicar.. Sunday School 9:45 A. M. Sunday service 7:30 P. M. All cordially invited. the top? —because cream is fat or oil, and therefore lighter than the rest of the milk, which is largely composed of water. 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The Store v “High” Artists Crush Oii City Casaba Squads (Continued from Page 1) of the third quarter, giving them a chance to get into the game. Hoi brook took heart at this turn of j events and held the local maidens j scoreless during the period, garner- ! mg ten points. The regulars went i back at the beginning of the fourth period and boosted tneir score eight points as against two by the lubnca- ■ torettes. Heaton of the Holbrook sextet garnered five field baskets for her team and the guards of the visiting squad played a good defensive con test. They were no match, however, for Winslow’s regular forwards. All [ the members of the local six played their usual outstanding game. They • are a great combination, and bar ring untoward accidents they should do great things in the next month or so. • The following girls composed the squad which went to Williams: Janettea LaPrade, Evelyn Proctor, Esther Williams, Freda Hart, “Billy” Williams, Hazel Camp, Helen Fus sell, Helen Thayer and Evelyn Tully. Winslow cage teams will invade Holbrook today for games this even , ing with that high school on the Oil City court. It is expected that Holbrook will make a better showing against the local aggregations on their own court than they made here last Saturday. A large number of Winslow rooters will probably go down for the return contests. Following is the score of the Hol brook boys’ game: HOLBROOK G. FG. F. Pts. Ortega 11 4 3 Ortega 0 0 2 0 Riggs 0 2 2 2 Sike 0 12 1 Johnson 0 0 3 0 Pausell 0 0 0 0 McClaws 10 0 2 LaPage 10 0 0 3 4 13 10 WINSLOW G. FG. F. Pts-. Janeway 3 0 16 McHood 0 0 0 0 Pattison 0 10 1 C. Chase 12 14 Hohn 3 2 3 8 F. Chase 2 10 5 Evans 0 10 1 Lancaster 0 0 10 Hensley 1113 Schaar s» 10 12 11 8 8 30 I The following is the score of the Holbrook girls’ game: HOLBROOK G. FG. F. Pts. Trammel 110 3 Heaton 5 0 1 10 Sherwood 0 0 0 0 Pausell 0 0 0 0 , Divelbess 0 0 2 0 Donault T 0 0 2 0 Shumway 0 0 0 0 6 1 5 13 WINSLOW G. FG. F. Pts. LaPrade 6 11 13 • Proctor 10 1 2 21 E. Williams 0 0 0 0 I Hart L 0 0 0 0 B. Williams 0 0 0 0 Camp 0 0 10 Tullv 0 0 10 Fussell 0 0 0 0 Thayer 0 0 0 0 16 2 5 34 Referees: Boys’ game, Frank Christensen; girls’game, Mrs. C. A. Hanson. o Association Give True Road Condition (Continued from Page 1) very few times during the most severe winters that the northern route is impassable for more than a day or so. When it is impassable the southern route is usually in the same situation or in a worse situ ation as was the case/ during the heavy snows in December. At that time tourists had to abandon the southern route and take the Old Trails road, which was passable al though they had been told that going over the northern way was out of the question. The northern route is in as good condition as the southern one; yet the people are going the other way and losing much by doing so. • False information and misre presentation is causing the Old Trails highway to lose much -of its winter tourist traffic. Interested business men in cities along the northern route are making !an effort to counter-act this indiscri minate and unfair competition by organizing a protective association with graduated dues which will en able it to put representatives at the junction of the two highways. These representatives will receive daily re ports of road conditions along the Old Trails highway and will give this information to the tourists as well as work in the interest of their as sociation and the northern route. It is certain that the business arcrueing from the increased tourist trade will more than offset the nominal aaiourit of the dues, which will he graduated according to the kind of business. Roy Stackpoole of Kingman and W. R. Fairbanks of Oatnian, both progressive business men, have been visiting the cities along the Old Trails highway and interesting the business men in a protective associ ation. They have found the cities much in favor of such a plan. Win slow business men should support it. o Organize Game Protection 1 (Continued from page one) is organized here, the state warden will stock the district. This being t the case Winslow sportsmen and all those interested in wild life are re quested to be at the meeting Mon day night to help organize a local chapter of the state association. If a local chapter is organized and supported there is no reason that the district cannot become well stocked, which will mean that sports- I men will have something to hunt ■ and fish within a few years. Annual Senior Play Creditable Offering! (Continued from Page 1) j was strongly contrasted with that of j Winfred Hensley, the admirable Sir ! ; Isaac Jacobson. j Jervis Houck, the breezy musical ! agent, acted his part like a typical i shrewd boomer, putting on a bold j front as well as an air of much I importance. John Clark as Cecil ! Cotswold was a regular fellow de spite the fact that he could wear a monocle without it falling off when he stooped over. The feminine roles, although less heavy in character than the mascul ine parts, were well done, Evelyn Garver playing the socially ambiti ous wife of Sir Isaac Jacobson; Lo retta Bauer, their sprightly daughter Mary Babcock, the peace-loving wife of Sir John ’Cotswold; and Dorothy Brooks, their daughter; who was not in sympathy with her father’s ego tistic ideas of the nobility. Glenn Evans took the part of the Jacobson son, a young man just back from college; Louis Chacon, the role of captain, the Honorable Olide Trevor; and Vincent Gallegos, both Vining Maximilian, servants in the housholds of the belligerent fam ilies. “The House Next Door” is by no means an easy comedy to produce. Aside from a few minor details however, the senior class presenta tion was a very creditable one, al though not a finished production. The most obvious defects of an ama teur presentation were not evident in the play. Miss Edith Claire Sharp, head of the English department at the high school, directed “The House Next Door.” Credit is due Miss Sharp for her efforts to make the senior play a success and for her direction of it which is not an easy task. o Crusaders’ Entertainment Miss Edna Bowden was hostess to the Crusaders’ class of the M. E. Sunday school Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Matthews on West Third Street. After the regular business session about forty-five members and guests entered into the spirit of the Valen tine season and made merry with many games appropriate to the oc casion. The predominant features of the decorations were hearts and cupids. The guests departed at a late hour voting Miss Bowden and Mrs. Mat thews royal hostesses. r Tutfs Pills—l Enable Dyspeptics to eat whatever they wish. Cause food to assimilate. J Nourish the body, give appetite. DEVELOP FLESH I • _ "Hie Cosmopolitan Corporation presents I .-1 limy; ADULTS 68c, Tax 7c Fel). 1 til g \ 'il" TOTAL 75c g £ I WX CHILDREN 20c, Tax 2c M&tilUJe <111(1 Night " I A? TOTAL 22c J THE WINSLOW MAIL “ENEMIES OF WOMEN”,SUPER CINEMA DRAMA, HERE SUNDAY “Enemies of Women”, a super Cosmopolitan picture of the novel by the celebrated Spanish author, Vicente Blasco Ibanez, will be shown at the Opera House on Sunday, re vealing the inner life of the blaze nobleman and sensuous European society women of before the war and showing how the blasting fire of the great conflict cleansed even the souls of these parasites of society. Cosmopolitan produced the picture by spending money lavishly, by sending an entire company to Russia, Lumber Eor Every Need Direct ftom the forests, comes the Lumber in, our yards, insuring you the first grade in whatever you may need. It also enables us to quote lower prices, because our cost is less than if we were to buy from in direct sources. N The Hall Lumber Company 1 “Everything from Foundation to Roof” Paris and Monte Carlo to make ex terior scenes—imagine going on lo cation to Monte Carlo! And the best possible actors, a director as capable as Alan Crosland and a scenic artist of the fame of Joseph Urban have given life to the Ibanez story. The picture is not only extremely appeal ing to the eye, but it is fascinating with its splendor and thrilling with its intensely dramatic moments. lionel Barrymore, as the decadent Russian Prince, who forms a group of men pledged to hate women and to have no respect for them, creates a screen role which is deeply artistic. Alma Rubens is beautiful as the exotic Duchess de Lille and she acts better than at any other time in her % Friday, February 15, 1924 career. The remainder of the cast glitters with names including Paul Panzer and the famous beauty chorus of the Ziegfield Follies. o Santa Fe Reading Room Entertainment Monday Another reading room entertain ment will be given at the Washing ton school auditorium on Monday evening by the Georgia Concert and Entertainment company under the management of Katherine Tift Jones | who knows the old South in the fires of her heart, and whose reproduction of life on the plantation will be an enjoyable treat.