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L. C. Pinnix, Pastor
Mrs. J. 8. Bridges, Secretary
10:00 a. M. Sunday schooL
B. N. Barnes, Supt.
11:00 A. M Morning worship.
Sermon, "Keeping Clean," by the
0:45 P. M. BTU, M"rg. F. F. Sigk,
8:30?11:30 A. M. Vacation Biide
4:00 P. M. Sunbeams.
7:00 P. M. Scout Troop Six.
7:30 P. M. General meeting the
lues-iay: ?*:.?? 11 :;iu vacation Bible
Wednesday: 8:30-11:30 Bible school
4:00 P. M. Junior R. A. with J. C.
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diarrhea simply and inexpensively.,
It tells you about Penovoxil Capsules??
new. effective discovery by
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May be purchased in packages of one
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Thursday 8:80-11:30 Bible eckool
Friday 8:30 11:30 Bible eekool.
Saturday 10 A. M. Junior choir
FIKST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
P. D. Patrick, Pastor
0:40 A. M. Sunday school.
11:00 A. M. Morning worship.
2:30 p. in. Sunday school at Friendship
Chapel, Clifford Kirkua, Supt.
3:00 p. m. Sunday school and service
at Dixon, J. O. Darraoott, Supt.
8:00 p. m Union service.
4:00 P. M. Cub scouts, Den Mothers:
Mesdames Grady McCarter and
7 p. m. Boy Scouts, Troop I, Broadj
us Moss, 8coutmaster; Jim Page, Aej
ST. MATTHEW'S EVANGELICAL
Rev. Wm, 11. Steuder, pastor
Sunday school il:45 a, m. with Can
Church service 11:00 a. v. with the
sermon by the pastor, and tee administration
of the Lord's Supper.
The Luther Leagues meet at f-00
p. m., in the recreation room. "The
Hangout" a skit will be presented
followed by a social hour.
Union services 8 p. m. Presbyterian
Monday, June 10th?
Enrollment for Bible school 8:30.
Women's Missionary Society 3:30.
Girla Scouts 4:00 p. m.
Boy Scouts, 7:00 p. m.
Church Courcil 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday June 11th?
Bible School 9 a. m.
Myrtle Derrick . Missionary Society
7:30 p. m.
Wednesday, June 12th?
Bible School 9 a. m.
Senior choir practice 7:30 p.. m.
. BOYCE MEMORIAL ARP
Rev. R. X. Baird, Minister
10:00 A. M. Sabbath school, John
11:00 A. M. Morning worship, sermon
by Rev. C. M. Boyd, of Charlotte.
6:30 P. M. YPCU.
7:30 P. M. Prayer meeting, followed
by choir practice.
Native sailors at many countries
have used earrings, sometimes as
mark of rank, and the men of
17th century Europe wore earrings
for' personal adornment. Seafaring
| men continued the practice, esps
ciaxiy piraies wnoifl preiexence w??
I for the gold hoop. Apparently the
tradition has carried over to modern
navies the Pacific Wearing earrings.
If worn in the left ear the
earring supposedly indicates the
wearer is a survivor of a lost ship
and wears it as a tribute to less
fortunate shipmates, while if worn
in the right ear it is a token that
the wearer participated in the invasion
of a Japanese island.
Bath time Pedicure
Best time for a pedicure is Just
after a bath. Cut nails before
soaking, then use a brush on them foe
a thorough soap and water scrub.
Push the cuticle back gently but
firmly with the towel as you dry
ATHLBTB* FOOT IT OH
HOW TO STOP IT
Make 5-Minute Test
Get TE-OL at any drug store. Apply
this POWERFUL PENETRATING
fungicide FULL STRENGTH. Reaches
MORE germs to KILL the itch.
Get NEW foot comfort or your 35c
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68 Students Hats
The following students had perfect
attendance records (or the' school
year 1945-40 at Central school:
First grade: Betty Jeanne Plonk,
Barry Gene Metcalf, Miriam Eliza
Rhodes, David Clemous Binnix, Shirley
Ann Whitaker, Sybil Blanton.
Second grade: Leonard Smith, Bobby
Craig Lovelace, Marjory Derice
Third grade: Shirley Riddix. Shirley
Jenkins, Marilyn Tessener, 'Joyce
Fleming, Louise Hullender.
Fourth grade: Richard George, Bet i
ty Joyce Smith.
Pifth rrrQilo Woet'O** Tn ?LS ?.
_ ...? e.WMv< na??wj ucimms.
Sixth grade: Helen Weaver, Kay
Jimmy Crar *ord, Alfred Tate, Fred
Seventh grade: Carl Cole, Carl
' Dav.is, Gene Mauney, Mary 8ue Sipes
Eighth grade: Horace Cunningham
: Billy Owen, Evelyn Carpenter, Nor|
ma Falls, James Childers, Eugene
Roberts, Iris Patterson, Nancy Sullivan,
Billy Metoalf, Paul Wright, Virginia
Ninth grade: Peggy Mauney, J. B.
Weaver, Demnuth Blanton, Charlotte.
Jenkins, Pauline Mauney.
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Eleventh grade: Donald Ola?*,
Twelfth grade: Virginia Mom, Hil
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Stmspot? Solar (Storms
The value and Importance of the
observation? carried on and discoveries
made at the Mt. Wilson observatory
are so great that ooe can
scarcely name even the most Important
of them in limited apace. Hale's
discovery of magnetic fields in sunspots,
as well as the fact that the
sun itself is a magnet with its magnetic
poles dose to its poles of rotation,
and that sunspots are great
solar storms of cyclonic nature,
seem to stand out among the
numerous discoveries that have
been made regarding the nature of
f Eat the Catalpa Trees
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bnre and unsightly. Sometimes the
trees die from these severe defoliations,
and occasionally entire plantations
have been destroyed.
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