Clipped From Iowa City Press-Citizen
Bible study. Numbers-'Get some where! ,ickham Chapel Sunday school at 2:30 p. m [Tednesday night -- grayer meet- |ing. Active Pastor Wetld-ell will speak a welcome to all. f CHRISTIAN CHURCH 217 Iowa Ave. Irving E. Wade, Mlnletar. a. m.--Bible school, W. W Innings, Supt. All classes will leet in the church. :45 a. m. -- Morning worship. RSermon: "The Body of Christ." ,:45 a. m.--Junior church. Special sermon to children. 30 p. m. -- Intermediate Endeavor. 30 p. m.--Senior Christian Endeavor. Leader, Mildred Schump. 30 p. m.--Union service in Methodist church. Dr. Sperry will speak. ._ choir and orchestra will meet for practice Friday evening at the church. ie Pcarre Division of the W. M. S. will conduct a rummage sale ^Saturday, April 21. Place will be 'innounced later. Watch for the ite of tibe play Â«to be given Soon, ie Triangle girls will meet Sat- lurday, 2:30 p. m., April 21, at the homo of Mrs. A. J. Page, 608 S. Johnson St. ie Bethany girls will put on ft play entitled "Neighbors" tonight, Friday, April 13, beginning al 8:00 o'clock, at tho church. Â·. Sperry will speak at thÂ« Vesper service, Sunday afternoon, on 'the subject:, "Religion* as university. J. A. VOST PAIN IN'BACK OF NECK? READ WHAT THIS MAN SAYS: Mondamin, Iowa--"For over one year and a half I was afflicted with wtiat the doctors called neuritis in both arms, shoulders, baclc of iieck and head. I took treatment from many doctors, also at the Springs, but found no relief until I commenced taking Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets.-1 had not taken them over thirty days Until I got relief. I continued their use for several weeks and was then feeling fine. I can do my work without any pain, or trouble, although I Tim past 75."--J. A. Yost, Route 2. Health is your most valuable asset. (Do not neglect it. Write Dr. Pierce, president of the Invalids' Hotel, in Buffalo, N. Y., all about yourself. You will receive confiidential medical advice FREE of all cost. Or, send 30c for a trial pkg. of AnuricXanti-uric- acid).Adv. an 3 "v"elie-built Motor. \ The Velies ware purchased the State Police or Constabulary, and will be in constant travel the roads and highways of New Jersey. Police demands are strenuous and trying and any motor or car must be a good one to up under such tlifficul servicp. Â· "A signal honor has come to Velie in this selection," saicl^ T O'Lcary, the local ATelie filler. "It-3 worth is openly ro- -fl. Twenty-one _ Different ma! Â·- of cars trietl for the business. The Velie won decisively. Referring to the award the New York said, 'The Velie was put to a severe est and its power plant particularly scored very heavily with the New Jersey officers.' "There is no question but lihe vibr.ilionlpfs Veilio-built Motor, with its automatic lubrication, dirt and dust-proof construction, and beautiful design, is far and aw#.y ahead of "any other motor within hundreds of dollars of Velie price. This awarld of the New Jersey State Constabulary another positive proof of that fact." OWSLEY SAYS BONUS TO PASS NEXT CONGRESS (Bv Associntpd Press) CHICAGO, April 13--The soldier bcmus bill will be' passed by next, congress according to Alvin M. Owsley, national commander the American Legion, who is for an address today. Ohinost governnifnr has issued a decree forbidding the exportation of-co tlon.