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. i it1; frm sermon feature in tLe
2 1 r, Lr.tin case you did not we are
wit e fetl is very much worthwhile, by
u a o ti
s "J cr f;ra it? J An Jones settled upon tl
I it I'a r ver put anything back. Every bit
It tii- tttd ty the one-crop method, and
: t A'py tie tspsoiL In .his lifetime he
j ; f i x . jrly worthless condition as is human-
, ' if "Jth, had the idea that his farm was
1 1 r i rut raw materials and labor and take
1' the years of his life' he dwelt, in;
t tj lis neirs better than he Had found it. - -li
tc r as mines rather than as factories.
f. k.,t tJjr trying to get every possible thrill and
1 are old at Users conserve their energies and are
.. junrnio tue candle .at both ends is bad for the candle.
;cent Kiilay wrote: -,, ;f ,
caudle burns at both ends; i' -, 1 1 ' ' '. i ,
, w.3 not bst the might; , Vr ? "i 1V
i t , my foes, and oh, my friends-- ,
' "H lovely lihtl 1 .
t t we soon run ragged. We cannot use our bodies
I 1 :.lor.t wearing them out long before their time.
i rr faculties through rest and recreation.'
5 keep on talis energy from our brains without con
rv knowledge and experience into them,'; Boake
l s commentator, said that he has to work fox as
i lam in research to prepare his 15-minute broadcast
"i f ilsT we oould make our thought life if we took - a
. y to enrich ourselves with new ideal. r v
1 c :r souls become unless we constantly add to them
I t rre.hment Henry Ward Beecher made it a prac
.?. . " "! en ocean vacation to Europe each summer. He
1 i looking out over the water, his heart in rapport
ii the world. He would come' back to his work
'asm. , -1 ' v- '
t a fine young priest as we rode toward Glacier Park. .
t urn out with sharing my love- and sympathy with I
Is of parishioners. , My. soul is dry. I'm going out
vS to tiank it aU over and pary in the presence of the1
? one. line in the Psalms which always glues, me- to real
, Kit up mine eyes unto the hills. From whence comdth
I help cometh from the Xord, who made heaven an tit
a most have bees in the - friends' of Jesus something
nmed as lacking. ' They had been mining their hearts
) others and had forgotten 'themselves. Ee said:
.itt apart into a desert place and rest awhile." ..
:1 thintr fnr fimh nnrson ta Iiavk a n1ni wIikta hr
e a moment of quiet reflection. ., It garnishes thd!
i with a sense of newness, inuring my coUege days, ' of Tuscarora Council of The Boy
n boys who met together, a -few minutes each daj Scouts, is located war the Mount
rer and talk together. I am sure that not one of us Olive-Seven Springs Highway,' a
ood it did ns. " ' I bout seven miles Eastof Mt. Olive,
j may,I kept fresh, pure, and beautiful despite the on a large tract of land, donated
t may happen to us who try to cninvate rather , to tue scouts by Urs. Sarah wea,
res. , - - r"! 1 01 J01080010- (.
-'J "' TMi Camn fonndnl lar Hn
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r . .e cf red, w!uj aj I 1
r--i ai.l t e Ccor -e .
i lea can-; i out in t. a t -1
favors. I .Ijchments corL . :.! of
lutuViuind cnerry tarts wita cof
fee and cream. .
Xivers Johnson, Jr., of Warsaw was awarded the rank of Eas-le
Soout on. December 30, 1937. Eagle Scout is the hfest rank a boy
may obtain. . . Young Johnson is Junior Counselor of Camp Tuscarora.
The accompanying story of Camp Tuscarora was written for the
iims by.Kivers, v,-; t , . (, , , 1(.t .
Tuscarora, Scout Camp
1'iss Louise Wells, a member cf
the school faculty at- AulanJor
v -s h?r fr the past week end.
Garwood Hurray pf r..'-"'"1 f J
wkh xieie jirme pasx week end,
in t'-e home of tUeir parents. Mr.
Beulaville's nuint and sextet
were victorious over Calypso in a
rune played : here last Tnesd&vi
--,. ' f
.The quints won over their on-
ponents with a score of 2S-10.
f jrger drorped in 11 points for
lenlttville. Toiler wsa miiar,Tni
wiui io. Etnckland. scored 6
I The sextet won with a score
cf 27-13. D. Kenendy scored 16
popita or Jtteulanlle. Bostio was
j:3Ter-vp with 7, SSavis droned
i points or Calypso. Coach
rgcU'l sextet remains un4e.feat-
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Camp' Tuscarora, Official Campj
master, aid uus maawitn an un
dean spirit meet his. "And when
he saw- Jesus from afar, he ran
and worshipped him.? Here fit
least was ; recognition but . pos
sibly with hostfle intent. ''An
crying, out with a loud voice, he
saito, -j What nave I to do with
thee, Jesus, thou Son of the Most
High God 1 1 adjure thee by God,
torment me not." Here he seems
to recognise the identity of Jesus
n mucn men
a a sheep l
a1 iniAitr that tnvmant itma his
U Eidy thefpoiHtei from which there was
Witi not on-; - w. mi.il
-J as the Son of God, and seems to
Scouts, nicely located, in a wooded
Knou, overlooking i a beautiful
lake, is the site of substantial ca-
oins that comfortably house the
The program includes a sched
ule of play, and instruction, exer
cise and rest, and some free timo.
There are athletic games, tennis.
baseball, vollev ball: .'iwimmin
boating and water sports; hiking
- e-scutoss ronca
Having qualified as Executor
cf the estate of James Lanier; Sr.,
notice is hei-eby given to all per
sons ham? any claims whatso
erf? - the estate of the
Jjamer. Sr., to file the
szsto via the unacrsigned execu
tor wiiiin one year of the date
herofor this notice will be plead-
"7-father rk, baAetry, Mpl fifc& Tsafd
ropework, modeling, wood carving, estate will please make immediate
airplanes. Dramatics, camp fires, 'settlement with the undersisned.
ms icts ana iiunis conwiome to This 21st day of February.
the evening fun. ' , ' ' ' , 1S33. . T , ,
' Athletic tflav and contests ' ar I - VL X.. rAirrrn DSr,.f-
regulated. Swimming is done en- 'of the Estate of James Lanier, Sr. I
brely under: the direction of the (Mar. 31, flfe JMJW. -T 1
uio saving- corps, xne leauers are
an men or cnaracter and are ex
perienced in their particular de
partment of Camp Life. Immediate
medical attention is available, and
W nrna... 4.1.. T1 5
mmh uiiuuci un vuuD xnvucun
was .w. 4. xontton from en
ansyille. An abundant and varied
menu of wholesome food is nr
pared and served under the direc
uon oi an experienced dietician.
The Camn is not onerated tar
imA tit , J- ' i
and overnight camping; sooutcraft prom' T5 j? economical,
andnandya g Sfft3tl
ed and. saved.-They; could
see a ruined business and
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Only fminjn- n Tln-Cn4.. TT
I'll BM.-BB-J.J10 UKCn TUC . Ulimt IflPA - mini hn.ino.. ..j . 6 -v -vuuta, -MUO
1 a-ntrr - vrou n -? vuxui, ieim. - bome immediately ask th Twrnn -whn I 7 scvcr-i
r Wtwee? f0rth' 1110,1 e"1 'P of ruSed it to depart ouT their f1 test ancement in .scout
l Kithe inan.!' Ho one but God in Je-'JfL t?Z?l. -Jf l' " " opportunity to !
Z: VJS'nu had the power to work such!iri:. lx.:D "warn.iM tneory and likewise the
i, but also
lcs of Je
tit in tne
Lew MontlJy Discomfort
, Ukqj women, who formerly sul
fired from a wmik, run-down on-5-tlon
as a result of poor aAnimi.a
tion of food. Buy they benefited by
taking CAi.i.x;i, a ipoclnl tne sua
for women. They found It helped to
InnreaM tua appetite and luiprov
4Uastlon, f-w- y hrii!-tnjt them
oooro s'wngin from their food.
l.ntiiH,"y there ia tew d'scomfort
at Miiy p8rio'3 hen b o eua
ta bem ttraneihened and the vari-
ftue funotions restored and retrulated,
c'X jw!d fey thonntHU of womm, -
we fiM--,-rr J2S5lHo never thrusts Himself unonr JEwS?.
self mightier than the legion of
demons. See the result! He - is
clothed with apparel - furnished
c r lesson ?!f&
fa. hfa , fcTZTr w lT" Tuscarora " "ddition to its life
ing lum to depart. We think too of work and play, has a eood mor-
IIP al backgrounl andSff influ-
, r i1j- bors, or ' possiblj one of the di ,TZ:6Ll.l"rKC, wonn ox ence. The bible is taught and stud
. ' cSS lei 5m mSJ S?l Md PWCT loTO of I led each V- And from the whole
jjHjhi.jljiWWa ,.ww" Pgran from Eeveille at sem in
s Vvorld, of
! I t body
xt - to
3 v Jiole
soundness. So completely did he
now recognize the Might of Jesus
that he f prayed that he might
Just stay with Him. This was not
permitted for. Jesus wanted to tell
outers oi ine power ana mignt ot
God. "Go home to thy friends,
and tell them how great - things
the Lord1 hath done for thee." Let
us go and tell the world that God
naa power to save na from every
sin and brinn ns into the harbor
of peace. t ,.-..'".
. 3. The Misrht of Monev:' What.
did it cost to save this noor man
with - an unclean spirit t . .Two
inousana . nogi. Iast week we:
eight hundred out of War- j ;-
i and considered it- good busi- J .
ana it was. liere Jesus per-;1
i i 9 demons leave their I
r into these hoes, and
i 6 m the steep slope
i i v'dere tlseywere
' a Lo win do
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