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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Biddeford, Maine Biddeford daily journal saturday evening july 18, 1936. Page three. Biddeford Saco sunday school lesson by Rev. P. B. Fitzwater d. Teacher of English Bible in the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago copyright 1922, Western newspaper Union branding Echo of vice trial Trinity Saco. La South Biddeford methodist Epis-1 Copal Church. Lawrence d. Porter pastor. 9.30 a. Rn., morning Wor j ship. Theme a what god can do j with a life school Street methodist Epis j Copal Church Arthur f. Leigh a minister Saco. Organist Arthur j j. Bassnett. Union services of the j congregationalists baptists and methodists who will worship at j Wren 10.30 in the methodist Church. Soloist mrs. Harry Trees of Law Unn Stian rence mass. Sermon by Rev. A. F. I Leigh a buried Story Sermon to children. Church school j and Bible classes 12 noon. All Wel j come. Prayer meeting tuesday j evening 7.30. Thursday afternoon j and evening Lawn party will be held on the grounds of the Par j son age. Home cooked food Home made Candy ice Cream hot dogs i soft drinks sandwiches etc., will be on Sale. Remember the time anyplace and All come. Advent Christian Church Hill Street pastor Rev. E. Timberlake. Residence. To Chapel Street Biddeford. Morning worship 10.30 a. In. Sunday school 12 in. Evening service 7 Praise and prayer service tuesday evening at 7.30. Christ Church episcopal Crescent Street near City Square Rev. A. E. Scott Rector. Sixth sunday after Trinity. At 7 a. Rn., fast time holy communion 9.30, holy communion with music and Sermon. Saturday st. James Day no service. All Are very Welcome to attend our services. Church episcopal communion at 8 a. In. Morning prayer and Sermon by or. Dow Dell. The rectory Telephone number is Isip. Foss Street methodist episcopal Church. Lawrence d. Porter pastor. Ixo on e. Lancey organist. Morning worship a. In. Theme a what hath cod lit a lesson for july 19 social service in the Early Church Quot it is to re to science society will in the unitarian morning at i hold Servic Church vestry sunday morning at 10.15. Subject of the lesson Sorl Mon the Colden text is j a this is life eternal that they might know thee the Only True god and Jesus Christ whom thou j Hast sent a John 17 3. Wednes a Day evening meetings at 7.45.1 Reading room at same address of in thursday afternoons from 2 to 4 of clock. The Public is cordially invited to use the Reading room and to attended tile services. Biddeford United Baptist Church on Jefferson Street Rev. A s. Putnam pastor. Mrs. F. E. Banks organist. Sunday school at to of clock. Morning service at la of clock a great men witnessing firemen plan continued from Page one Randolph was obliged to House the engine As Long As it is in existence and it was to be the property of no one. John w. James who is both Randolph a oldest citizen and the oldest member of the Hecla company recalls the uniform worn by the original Hellas. They wore red Caps with Grey tassels he says. There were from 40 to to men in the company at that time and the members received $3 a year. The Heeria is an end stroke machine in contrast with the newer Type Side stroke machines which rank first class in the musters. It. Was rebuilt in 1895 and made its Best record in 1898, shooting a Stream of water 208 feet 8m> inches. The old records of the Alec for evening service at 7 j la which were printed on the Walls of clock. Meeting for prayer and j of the Hose House were destroyed Bible study 7.30. Tuesday evening at Catholic churches st. Josephs Church Elm Street Rev. A. Laflamme masses at 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.15 and 11.30 of clock. Vespers at 7 p. In. St. Andres Church Corner Bacon and High streets Rev. A. M. Decary pastor Low masses at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11.30. High mass at to of clock. Vespers at 6.30 p. In. St. Marys Church st. Marys Street Rev. John a. Driscoll p. R. Sunday masses at 7, 8.30, to and 11.30 of clock. Saco. Notre Dame de Lourdes Rev. F. Carpenter pastor. Masses at 7. 8 and to of clock. Benediction at 6.30 p. In. Devotions monday 7.15 p. In. At Camp Ellis mass at 9 a. In. Sundays. Most holy Trinity Church Saco Rev. Timothy j. Mahoney p. sunday masses at 8, to and la of clock. Sunday school after the 8 o clock mass. Benediction after the to of clock mass. Old Orchard Beach st. Johns by the sea old Orchard Beach st. Johns Street off Saco Avenue trolley line opposite old Orchard House Rev. A. S. Winslow priest in charge 4 Fern , 7.30 a. Rn., communion 9.45 a. Rn., Church school 10.30 a. Rn., morning prayer with music and Sermon 7.30 p. Rn., evening prayer and address tuesday 6.30 p. Rn., at rectory confirmation st. James the apostle7.30 and 9.30 a. Rn., communion. Rough rider continued from Page one the Senate in his speech of acceptance. A it is the great Creed of equal Opportunity of a fair Deal for All human in the Campaign Taft refused to go on the stump. Roosevelt from j late summer Well into october spoke throughout the country. Woodrow Wilson the democratic nominee did the same. A listless Campaign. Despite the exciting conventions of the three parties the Campaign had a listlessness about it people assumed the Republican split assured a democratic Triumph. The great question was the size of progressive vote. The result was an overwhelming Victory for Wilson. Taft carried Only two states Utah and Vermont. Roosevelt carried five Michigan Minnesota Pennsylvania South Dakota and Washington and also received la of the 13 electoral votes of California. Wilson carried the remaining states with a total of 435 electoral votes the largest number Ever Given to a candidate up to that time. The popular vote however was when the Hose House burned december 14. 1934. A. Sherman who first joined the Hecla company As a Mascot has been Foreman of the Hecla since 1916. Fire chief Ralph Russell will be his assistant in the Hallowell meet. Thirty men can be placed in the bars at either end of the engine. The Foreman stands in the Middle of the machine and directs its operation. There Are two nozzle men a wind fall Man who lets the Foreman know when a wind is most favourable and a company judge who represents the company on the judges platform. The Hecla is also a member of the new England Veteran fireman s league. Sightless Man continued from Page one per floor timbers before any floor boards were Down was rather startling. When he Marks a Board to be he uses a Nail instead of a Pencil making a line which he can feel with his fingers and against which he places the Edge of a Board As a guide. Plourd will put an Asbestos covering on the roof and Cedar shingles on the outside Walls. This Isnit Plourdi a first experience As a builder. About eight years ago without help he erected a two and one half Story House in South Portland. He recently built a garage for or. Beckwith. Plourd Learned carpentry from his father who followed that Trade. He received instruction in other occupations by which he has earned a livelihood at Perkins Institute. He has done some Fine Cabinet work. Plourd will retail his own brooms As lie says there is no Money in Selling them at wholesale. H e will seek his customers in Gardiner Hallowell and Augusta and will have no other assistance than that of his Cane in finding his Way around. Plourd is 48 years old and has lived in Randolph about four years. Royal child continued from rage one had Seldom stayed there before Queen astride tragic death last August for the Royal family had made Struyve Wibergh Castle their Home. Old Castle closed. In an attempt to forget the part sorrowing King Leopold closed Stuyvenberg Castle and chose to live at the gloomy Royal Demesne of la Oken on the Northern outskirts of the capital with its magnificent pail and land Mark chinese Pagoda. Here Young Baudouin joined his a year Oid sister Josephine Chariot a for his first schooling. Children of some of the Kings friends join in the lessons which Are Given by private tutors. Both the Royal children Are said to be studious. King Leopold often drops into Tho classroom and recaptures some lesson text acts 4 32-35 ii corinthians i -1>. Couden text lie said More blessed to give than 20 3r�, primary topic a How friends shared. Junior topic when christians see others in need. Intermediate and senior topic a christians sharing with others. Young people and adult topic Christmas and social service. Social service in the Early Church was a by product of Ute gospel and not the gospel itself. Those who Are saved by the gospel will show their concern for their Fellows especially those who Are fellow members of the body of Christ. I. Characteristics of the primitive Church acts 4 31-35. 1. It was a praying Church v. 31. The Early christians for every want and need Betook themselves to god in prayer. Their Faith caused them to go to the living god believing that their needs would to supplied. 2. The spirit filled Church v. 31. When they prayed the place was shaken wherein they were gathered together and they were All filled with the holy spirit. A spirit filled Church is always a praying Church. 3. It was a Church which had great boldness in preaching Tho word of god v. 31. The ministers of the spirit filled Church will not offer an apology for the Bible but j will fearlessly preach it. 4. It was a United Church v. 32. they were All of one heart and one soul. 5. It was a generous Church v. 32. They held nothing Back from those who had need. The needs wore supplied from a common fund. This was not communism any More than when the Church today helps from a common fund those who have need. 0. The ministers had a powerful testimony v. 33. 7. It was a Church whose members possessed unblemished character v. 33. Great Grace was upon them All. Ii. Generous acts of Barnabas acts 4 36, 37. Ile sold a piece of land and turned Over All the proceeds to to used for those in need. It is not said that Barnabas sold All the land he had. His aet. Therefore cannot in any real sense he used As a precedent i for a Community of goods in tile Church. In. Shephen the Deacon acts 6 i is. As soon As tile Church had re it Lief from external troubles diff rail j ties arose within. Up to tills time it it would seem that tile problems of Tim Cli to Reb were in the hands of the apostles. A congregational meeting was called the Cass placed before the Church and the Church instructed to select seven men of Good reputation and spirit tilled to administer tile Temporali ties giving the apostles time for prayer and the ministry of gods word. Among tile seven deacons thus chosen Stephen had first place. While engaged in ids duties As a Deacon he sprang into tile Light As an eloquent and powerful preacher. In. The Good deeds of Dorcas acts 9 0-43. Boreas was a practical Christian woman. She was Lull of Good works and alms deeds which she did not what sin talked of doing. Her death was a real loss. If All professing Christian women would use their Needles As Dorcas did there would to More real testimony for Christ. V. Christian stewardship to Cor. 8 1-9. 1. Examples of True Christian Benevolence Vav. 1-5. Tile liberality of these macedonian churches exhibits practically every principle and motive entering into Christian giving. A. The source of trite giving v. I is said to he the Grace of god. B. They gave from the Depths of their poverty v. 2. C. Their willingness surpassed their Ahill try v. 3. They were insistent upon being allowed tile privilege of giving v. 4. E. They first gave themselves to Tim lord v. 5. 2. Emulation of Macedonia Benevolence urged Vav. 6-15. A. Not As a command v. 8. Acceptable giving must he spontaneous. B. As proof of the sincerity of love v. S. Sincere love is benevolent action toward the object loved. C. As the completion and Harmony of Christian character v. 7. The self sacrificing example of Christ v. It. The supreme example of love is Christ a sacrifice. E. The True principle upon which gifts Are acceptable to god Vav. 10-12. The motive of the giver determines the value of the gift. F. Every Christian should give something Vav. 13-15with four Inch letters a pc la initials of the recently convicted new York vice Czar Charles Luciano Cut into her thigh with a knife and the figures �?o3 12�?� on her stomach Jean Bell above was left to die in a Gas filled room in Washington d. C. She said she had been mutilated by a member of the vice gang for her refusal to swear that his conviction had been Biddeford Pool Alfred mrs. James Donovan of Carteret n. J., and mrs. Margaret Feeney of Waltham mass., have been guests this week at the Home of or. And mrs. William p. Hayes. Or. And mrs. Harry of Connor of Elizabeth n. J., have been guests this week of or. And mrs. L. W. Koelsch Alfred Gore. Maynard Clough Rural mail Carrier has been enjoying a two weeks vacation and substitute Harold Clough has been working East last Spring. Or. And mrs. Jack Vinal of Bridgewater mass., were weekend guests of or. And mrs. Everett e. Chadbourne of the Kennebunk Road. Or. And mrs. . Tracey of Englewood n. J., Are guests of or. And mrs. Frank a Garvin at the fort Ridge Homestead Alfred Gore. Miss Dorothy Dickerson assistant postmaster at Bowdoinham and miss Charlotte Blodgett have on the mail route during his a i been guests during the past week sence. of col. And mrs. Raymond e. Ren one of a pair of valuable Coon dad and family on Oak Street. Hounds owned by Leon Hayes of the Cross Road died last week As a result of an injury. The hound was of thoroughbred Redbone Stock and was purchased Down miss Virginia Robie of Shrewsbury mass., has been a guest during the past week at the Home of her grandparents or. And mrs. George e. Hayes on court Street. T Hird party Hope has their votes or. And mrs. George m. Robbins of the Guinea Road entertained recently mrs. Robbins brother w. G. Lansing Omaha their sister mrs. Henry Neal of Riverbank court hotel Cambridge and judge Deland of the juvenile court Iowa. Guests registered at the Ocean View hotel this week included miss Grace Cockburn Montreal mrs. Leslie Parker Hamilton n. Or. And mrs. T. T. Miller Cambridge mass. C. Reny jr., Ipswich James Thornton new York City mrs. George Littlefield Webster mass. Or. And mrs. W. S. Hawkes Dayton o. Or. And mrs. W. G. Mckee daughter Jean Pittsburgh mrs. Enid Norman and son Jeffrey Toronto mrs. P. S. Fisher Montreal mrs. L. Kerr daughters Mary and Jean Hamilton n. Mrs. Claire Fisher Montreal. Mrs. Ella Jordan Mason or. And mrs. Edward Hyde and John Sawyer were dinner guests at the Ocean View hotel recently. Professor Charles Bradley headmaster of Pebble Hill country Day school of Syracuse n. Y., who has been the guest of mrs. Ethel Hill for a few Days has returned to his Home. Or. And mrs. Wilbur Lunt of Bangor and mrs. Harriette Holmes of Waterville have been visiting or. And mrs. Arthur e. Baker at their summer Home Here. Mrs. Anna Walton went to Reading mass., thursday to consult a specialist in regard to an Eye trouble. She will visit her sister mrs. Mamie Walker for a time. George Tidd of new York City and j. Brown of Crawford r. I., Are spending the week end with their families Here. Closer. Wilson received 6.297,099 j 0j j Jour in listening to Happy Roosevelt 4,124,959, and Taft 3, j childish prattle. 486,399. Roosevelt and Taft together had a plurality of some 1,-300,000 votes Over Wilson. The progressives with 638,560 More votes than the republicans vindicated their claim that they had represented the majority of i crop the rank and file of the party at \ the time the Chicago convention nominated Taft. tactical error seen. political students generally agree a it. made a tactical mis take in had he merely j stepped aside restrained his Fol Lowers and preserved a negative attitude Thev hold Taft would have been Defeated but on the j Day after the election Roosevelt i would have been in Complete con j political agriculture. A do you understand farming a asked the constituent. A to some Oxford a replied senator sorghum. A while soils and s Are not so easily understood there a one thing a statesman must learn and never forget. Every Farmer has a vote and so has each member of Bis Washington Star. Trot of the Republican party. That almost certainly would have meant his nomination in 1016, perhaps his election to the presidency. And a great change in Tho subsequent political history of the nation. The unswerving support of at least four devoted backers is assured representative William Lemke of North Dakota As lie carries on his Campaign for the presidency on Hie Union party ticket. The staunch Lemke ites in question Are his wife Isabelle shown seated on the chair Arm Robert William jr., and Mary Lett to right in rear. Radiating their Pride and Confidence in him they pose with the third party Standard bearer in the Garden of the Lemke Home in Fargo Hollis Center miss Olive Bradbury is entertaining miss Ruth Stearns of Melrose mass., for a week. Reports from or. Berry and or. Towle who were injured in an Accident july 3, say that they Are gaining slowly. Misses Lucy Smith and Adena Smith Are spending the week at their cottage at Pine Point. Mrs. Lewis Burnham mrs. Lewis Woodman and mrs. Harington Bradbury attended the funeral of their old schoolmate and Friend. M is. Nellie Clayton at Somersworth n. Mrs. Clayton died in the South Berwick Hospital. Funeral services were held at the Home of her son Rev. Elmer West thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clayton was born in Waterboro and was a frequent visitor in Hollis where she had Many friends. Miss Elba Trow of new York City and her sister in Law mib7 Mildred Trow of Worcester mass., were week end guests of miss Gladys Berry. Donald Keene who recently went to Alton Bay n. H., for the summer was a caller at the Home of Clifford Berry monday evening. Or. And mrs. Russel Dearborn and two children of Plymouth mass., passed last week with or. And mrs. A. Bradbury. Their daughter Barbara is staying for two More weeks with miss Sarah King of Somerville mass., who is at the same place. Or. And mrs. Bradbury also entertained their daughter and husband or. And mrs. Frank King and infant son Robert of Somerville mass. Mrs. King is staying for another week but or. King was obliged to return Home sunday on account of business. Mrs. Frank King and son Robert have been spending a few Days with her sister mrs. Guy Kimball in Auburn. Osborne Bradbury mrs. Elnora Vittum and Kermit Gerry were week end guests of or. Bradbury a sister and husband or. And mrs. William Doe at their cottage at Square Pond in Shapleigh. Two losses. Agitated lovers is it True that your father has lost his Fortune his lady love sighing a yes a All is swept away but you Are left Percy Dearest agitated lovers great Jupiter i should say i am left a Chelsea record. La Droutas continued from Page one North Dakota Minnesota Wisconsin Iowa Louisiana missis Sippi Alabama and Kentucky. 1890�?Washington in Par Oregon in Par Montana Utah Colorado. South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas. 1894-new Mexico Arizona Wyoming South Dakota Nebras. A Kansas Oklahoma Minnesota Iowa Missouri Illinois Indiana Kentucky Tennessee Ohio West Virginia Virginia Maine new Hampshire and Connecticut. 1901�?oregon Eastern Par Utah Arizona Colorado Kansas Oklahoma Texas Iowa Missouri Arkansas Wisconsin Illinois Indiana Ohio and Kentucky. 1910�?California, Nevada Arizona Colorado new Mexico North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Texas Minnesota Wisconsin and Iowa Michigan Alabama Maine new Hampshire Rhode Island and Connecticut. 1917�?California Nevada new Mexico North Dakota South Dakota Kansas Oklahoma Texas Minnesota Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi and Florida. 1930�?oregon, Washington California Montana North Dakota Iowa Missouri Wisconsin Illinois Michigan Indiana Kentucky Tennessee Ohio Pennsylvania new York West Virginia Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Delaware new Jersey Connecticut Rhode Island new Hampshire and Massachusetts. 1931�?idaho, Montana North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Wyoming Colorado Utah Alabama Georgia South Carolina Florida and new Jersey. 1933�?Nevada, Utah North Dakota South Dakota Kansas Tex. As Georgia South Carolina North Carolina. 1934�?California, Montana Wyoming Utah Arizona Colorado new Mexico North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Minnesota Iowa Missouri Michigan Indiana Ohio and Kentucky. Twenty seven states hit. The drouth of 1934 extended Over 75 per cent of the nations area and affected severely 27 states. Its effect on food supplies food prices and agricultural income was marked. Yields of food grains were Cut Down production of feed forage and pasture was reduced tremendously and there was a heavy reduction in livestock numbers. Food supplies however proved ample to meet the general needs due to carry overs. Except for meats and related products there was no serious shortage in the country As a whole. Actual income higher. The effect of the 1934 drouth on food prices was Felt by the Consumers in rising prices. Thus farm income Rose for the nation As a whole despite hardships in some areas. In june 1934, for example round Steak was Selling for 28 cents a Pound. In june 1935, the Price had risen to 38 cents a Pound. In september 1934, pork chops were 33 cents a Pound. During the same month a year later they were 40 cents a Pound. Eggs advanced from 27 cents a dozen in june 1934, to 34 cents in june 1935. Bread advanced four tenths of a cent per loaf Over the same period. In december 1933, butter was 29 cents a Pound. In december 1934, it had risen to 36 cents. These prices Are those of Tho aaa Consumers Council. What effect present drouth conditions will have on food prices remains to be seen. Federal officials admit the possibility that prices May Rise somewhat As feed for cattle hogs and chickens goes up. They say the cattle buying programme should not affect beef prices materially and that Only a forced Extension of the programme should cause an Advance. That a different. A i done to see Why having your car overhauled should be such a depressing a you done Teh Well it was overhauled by a motorcycle a Windsor Star. Tammany chief is Active at 77 getting a new papa and mama is a big occasion in the life of a baby from Evanston a famed Cradle and 10-week-old Julia Austin Yawkey was As Prim and stiffly formal As any doll As smiling mrs. Yawkey prepared to take the child to her new York Home. Julia a Foster dad is the multimillionaire owner of the Boston red sox. A colourful Carcer ranging from mine physician in Arizona in wild West Days to new York City health commissioner has been that of or. Thomas Darlington tammany a grand Sachem shown speaking at a recent Celebration at the Hall. At 77 to still is Active As a physician and civic worker and in recent years has delivered hundreds of lectures in Eastern colleges and Over the radio. Sheep saved from drouth thirsty emaciated Troin the Long drive to the Railroad Over Western Range lands Long since burned Black these sheep photographed at the Belle four Che s. D., stockyards symbolized tile utter tragedy of the great drouth. Near starvation they were being rushed to Nebraska where pastures still had escaped the blight. Wells Beach miss Blanche Osborne went to the Trull Hospital in Biddeford thursday morning to have her tonsils removed. Myron Thayer and family of Rockford 111., who have been spending a vacation at the Beach left thursday for their Home. Mrs. Perley Hamm of Passaic. N. J., who is spending a vacation at the Beach is visiting relatives in Biddeford. Or. And mrs. Webster Eldredge and mrs. Eugene Smith and son. Robert of Connecticut Are spending a vacation at the Beach. Austin guest took out a fishing party thursday evening. Earl Miller took out a fishing party thursday evening. Miss Marion guest is visiting her aunt in Lawrence mass. Campaign continued from Page one parties in fact would fall far Short of meeting the combined expectations which have been spoken of in private party councils. Even that would not include the Large sums collected and spent by the numerous class and professional groups nor the Campaign chests of the multitude of local political committees. Altogether the prospective spending runs into figures which it is difficult for the Lay mind to 1 grasp yet the total does not Nej Cessa Rily mean that this is to be a i notably corrupt Campaign. Those inexperienced in politics have Little Conception what it costs to maintain and staff elaborate Headquarters to Send out speakers and rent auditoriums to print literature and distribute it to Purchase advertising and to pay for i the Odds and ends which go with aggressive political action on a National scale. Whenever there is corrupt spending and the court records show that it sometimes does occur a the amounts involved usually have represented Only a lesser part of the total Bill. This year it is clearly apparent that both sides Are preparing to spend very heavily for items commonly classed a legitimate. Lull before storm. The full scope of these preparations has had Little reflection in the comparative quiet of the period immediately following the conventions. The reason is that each major party is following a studied plan of Campaign and on both sides the plan appears to be the same. It contemplates Active Contact with the enemy beginning around August i and increasing in intensity Day by Day right up to the election. Roosevelt a opening Salvo in his i acceptance address was obviously intended As a curtain Raiser Only. He did not pin himself Down to specific issues As his friends say he will later on. His talks in Virginia Over the fourth of july Holiday followed the same general pattern. It was a part of the same picture that Landon retired to a vacation Retreat soon after his nomination saying Little and letting Independence Day pass without so much As an informal comment on Campaign issues. This quiet on All fronts should not deceive the voter As to what is going on behind the lines. He will get his Money a Worth of action before the summer is Over. _ vacation time is Here it to mss of the Biddeford daily journal take the daily journal with you on your vacation. Learn what the candidates Are doing a on the doings of the folks on the comic Page. Take the daily journal with you and keep posted on marriages engagements births deaths a All the news from Back Home. Use the convenient Coupon Send it in and Well mail your subscription to your summer address. 50c month or 15c week please Send my daily journal to me f \ at. It from to t name. address

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