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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 28, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page eight Sec. The High Point Enterprise a we if Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina sunday. April 28. 1910 up the Creek Billies rally to annexes Clark defeat bees 5 4 Nineteen Day Spring meeting opens at Churchill Downs Bill Posedel sees pitching performance go to waste Louisville ky., april 27. Tap a mrs. Ethel the Creek today Boston april 27.�? in a two Boston Bee Rookie hurlers undid a praiseworthy eight inning or Mormance by Veteran Bill Posedel v. Mars up1 today and allowed the Philadel a inured the phia Phillies to come from behind Fifish running of the Clark Bandi for a 5-4 decision. Rap As racing returned to historic j Posedel had limited the Phil Churchill Downs site of the Ken j lies to seven hits and three runs Tucky Derby. Opening of the 19-Day before he gave Way for a Pinch Spring hitter in the Bee half of the racing meeting at the Downs eighth inning. The bees mean however had to share interest while had gathered a total of with reports that More than a i four runs on some solid hitting dozen eligible for next Satur i by Eddie Miller Al Lopez and Days Derby renewal would not i Carvel a ban Ian Rowell. Go to the Post. A crowd of nearly Alva Javery Young right hasid-15.000.1 or opened the ninth and was swelled by Ideal weather and greeted with a double to the Cen fast track saw mrs. Dionise j Hickman s Arab s Arrow last year s Winner finish second in the $2,500 added Clark. Mrs. Marie Evans shot put was third. In winning the mile and one sixteenth clerk in 1 56, up the Creek returned $9.60 in the Mutu Els for each $2 will ticket. Technician the favorite was soundly beaten after showing Early Speed. Ter Field Fence by Catcher Bennie Warren. Merrill May followed with a scorching double Down the Rich Field line scoring Warren and sending Javery out of the game. Frank Lamanna took up the Burden and his first pitch was smacked for a triple by Del Young who had replaced George Scharein at shortstop. The blow scored May Derby the co feature a dash that attracted six candidates As eligible. Tough Hombre redeeming himself As a Leader among the Milky Way farm s five Derby threats earlier. Trainer Roy Waldron Glt Furlong i w Ith Hie winning run. Phil. A r h o Ruston a r h o found Schute 2b 5 0 0 4 Rowell 2b 5 12 1 Martin of 4 0 12 Warstler 2b 0 0 0 0 Klein of 4 10 0 Hassett of 4 110 Arnovich of 3 0 12 Cooney of 10 0 0 Buhr la 4 118 West us of 4 0 3 2 Warren e 3 117 a Loane 0 0 0 0 virtually had decided on Gallaha pm a 3b 4 2 2 1 Cucino 3b 5 0 i i Don As the stable s Choice to Start in the big race and chatted Gold Teddy and Valite along with Tough Hombre were counted out i is John a p 2 o 0 0 Miller a of the Field of probable starters the list of Derby probables was xxx Benjy min i 0 i o a Majeski Scharein self i i Ross of 5 12 3 a Muel for i 0 i o Scandia la 4 0 i 8 Young a 10 10 Lopez c 3 i 310 3 0 3 2 3 0 0 3 10 0 0 Beck p 0 0 0 0 Posedel p thinned further with Trainer a sunny Jim a Fitzsimmons an j nou Cement in new York that Fenelon had developed a cough and would not Start and that Asp was believed to be out of the run Xiling for the same reason. Among other eligible Here. I these wer Llotd As likly out of these were listed As Likely out of Tho starting Field a halon. Down put Landph with a Throat ailment Gino Thor j Boston a bothered with a fever in Ria right fore ankle nigh land which Smoll p 0 0 0 0 Javery p 0 0 0 0 xxx Atwood 1 0 0 0 Lamanna p 0 0 0 0 brow a p 0 0 0 0 totals 35 5 to 27 total 38 4 is 27 a batted for Scharein in 7th. Xxx halted for Beck in 7th. Xxx batted for Smoll in 0th. Fran for Posedel in 8th. Zzz ran for West in 0th. Score by innings too too 202 �?5010 120 000-4 More irregularities his Wasilewski charged against Norb to end messages Washington april 27.�? a a House committee heard today that Hie labor Board prosecuted a Case w hich the Cio was Quot extremely Quot anxious be tried although he Board s own attorneys regarded it As a too weak to stand up in court. Documents read into the record of the special committee investigating the Board showed that in order to avoid having its Case against the Dunbar Glass corporation of Dunbar. W. Va., carried to the circuit court of appeals the Board finally settled the matter by agreement. Simi la ase the Case grew out of a charge by a Cio Union that the company had discharged two employ yes b a s i i swindling and Harold Mains for Union activity. The company contended the men were fired for refusal will deliver final lecture Here tonight miss Alexanria Wasilewski who has been conducting a series of services at the gospel Tabernacle for the past two weeks will deliver tonight her last message completing the Story of her life. The meetings have been Well attended and have resulted in Many professions of Faith it was announced. In particular it is said she has had a splendid influence among the girls and Young women of her audiences. Miss Wasilewski has written of her conversion and the difficulties she had to face afterwards in a thin volume entitled Quot from the Broadway to the narrow Way the testimony of a professional a As a child of five she had roles in plays. She took dancing lessons and later appeared As a dancer in famous new York shows reaching at last George Whites scandals. However on the first sunday after she had been accepted she heard a girl evangelist speak in a meeting near her Home. She was converted and gave up her dancing career. She was enabled to attend a Bible school through the gift of a Friend and later went out As an evangelist. This is her simple testimony As to revivals Quot there Are some peo n. A. April i who had announced plants to pick pie who claim that evangelistic Avera i Young j it were distributing circulars meetings do not accomplish any thing real and lasting that the the circulars charges Quot or Dies committee has become i i to work a shift other than their regular one. Quot i recommend that a complaint he issued in the above entitled Philip g. Phillips the Board s regional director at Cincinnati wrote the Board. Quot while the Case is a debatable one on its facts it has become a cause celebre and the Cio is extremely anxious that it he after a hearing the Board found the company guilty of discriminatory discharge of the men and ordered it to reinstate both with Back pay. When the company threatened to petition the circuit court for a review of the decision Phillips was instructed by Robert b. Watts assistant general counsel of the Board to try for a settlement because study of the Case revealed Quot certain weaknesses a raising doubts that the court would affirm the Hoard s order. Methodists hear Dies while students protest circulars seized by police who patrol auditorium to prevent picketing mouthpiece of disgruntled Indle Mother of that sort City 27.�? i while several men distributed circulars protest-1 among the conference Delegate ing his presence. Representative Martin Dies a Tex. Chairman of the House committee investigating in american activities the general conference of the methodist Church today that a Quot Good old fashioned religious revival was the Only thing that would save democracy in United states. Christianity essential the congressman referred to Quot pernicious inculcation of communist and fascist doctrines by foreign agents in the United evangelist moves on the emotions of the people and that in at at Errora Scharath Cuccinello. Assi Schulte 7, Martin 2, Warren May. Failed to round into shape after j Scharein 2, Young. Is Johnson. Berk. Wrenching an ankle and Star Chance Potracco and designer True Star and predicate All a hardly up to Derby p o t r a n c o helped his of n chances by finishing second to Tough Hombre Bay Carse not eligible for the Derby was third. Predicate. Designer and True Star Small. Powell Warbler 2. Cuccinello Scarsella Lope 2. Miller 3, Posedel 2 runs batted in Arnovich May Mueller Young. Benjamin Miller 2 Hassett West. Two base bite Arnold a Warren. May Miller. Rowel Hassett three base hit Young Rowel. Sacrifice Loper. Double plays Schulte to Buhr left on bases Philadelphia a Boston to. Bases on balls off is Johnson i. Smoll i. Posedel 3 struck out Dogwood at Carolinas Here is a glimpse of Battle Park on the University of North Carolina Campus showing a portion of the Dogwood both Pink and White which is now flourishing throughout tile Village arum surrounding Countryside. The blossoms Are in their full glory states and said and hundreds of sightseers Are visiting the University daily to see the Campus and Village in their prettiest Spring raiment. Tile University is providing student guides with Headquarters at tiled id Well in front of the South building for sunday afternoon visitors and most of the j democracy fan in our land it Quot there can be no democracy and no Freedom in this country without the Christian religion of buildings Are open to the Public at that time. Will be because the people turned their Back on while Dies condemned Quot athe with choir told i ideals who wish to use its avenues i singing the closing invitation of publicity to smear their enem hymn and the evangelist read ies a and added attack invites Quot to bring or. Dies before the the methodists is to throw support to Lei the world a Man who has brought shame and Dishonour to those things which we As americans and christians have been taught to hold Herman will jr., of Chicago president of the National Council of methodist youth led the Young p01?1 dissenters auditorium guards John Swinley. Student at the Boston University school of Theo logy and one of the distributor. And took from him All the circus i Iso ran Lime for six furloughs by Johnson i. Beck i. Brown i por was 1 12 3-5 Sud Tough Hombre rewarded backers St $7 for $2. Chapman homers with bases full a s score seven runs in seventh to whip botox 8 to 3 Philadelphia april 27 pm Sam Chapmans Home i with the bases full climaxed Del s. Hit off Johnson s to 4 inning Beck 4 in 2 Smoll 3 in 2 Brown i in i Posedel 7 in 8. Jery 2 in 0. La Minns i in i wild pitch Posedel winning Pitcher Smoll. Losing Pitcher Javery. Umpires res Don. Pitiful and Goetz. Time 2 28 attendance 2, 345. Navy tumbles before heels Carolina ekes out 2 to i decision Over midshipmen personnel Survey reports to be made Here next wednesday ism and materialism sweeping of Mars he had left or the world a 20 uniformed to a congressman Dies who will so Beemen stood guard at the dress an americanization Cerebra municipal auditorium Entrance tuition Here tomorrow expressed no prevent picketing. The Young men j com pm Over the protest. Ing people o to be saved in an emotional spell. That May be True in a few cases but Lei me when Jesus whispers salvation to a sincere seeker he knows that he is saved and never has any doubt about the reality of it. Emotions come and of but Jesus miss Waslewska travelled throughout the United states and in Canada telling Hie Quot old old she has grounded i been interviewed by american Presa correspondents who were interested Iii the news value of her remarkable career. It i said that she impresses All who hear her As being we Holly sincere and concerned in gelt ing across the gospel Story and its saving Power to those who listen. Annapolis my. April 27.�? up a North Carolina University baseball team came out of a tight game with a 2-i win Over Navy today. It was Navy a sixth loss in seven starts As the tar heels took a one run Lead in the third inning and fortified it with another counter in the eighth. The midshipmen a Lone run came in their i ninth on Whitakers single to conic i Mif of the eighth when Ralph the Public administration service of Chicago an Agency specializing in advice to municipalities is expected to submit to the High Point City Council at session the Lexington rallies to beat Landis 8-7 Lexington april 27.�?lex-run i in ton rallied for two runs in the its regular session next wednesday a part of its report on a personnel Survey recently conducted. City officials said last night they expect Tho Agency to have at least that portion of its re dealing with position classifies seven run. Seventh inning uprising from behind and Down Landis 8 Anderson tripled and came ii and clinched an s to 3 Victory Here tonight in a game that for the athletics Over the Boston red sox in their series opener before a crowd of $.400 today. Of held Well in Check by Jim big by except for Al Rubeling Home run in the fifth the a athletics finally pounded the red sox twirler out of the Box in the seventh and co tinned their assault on Joe Heving. Fritz Ostermueller and Woody Rich before the in-1 Elk i. The game went on Pinch hitter Harold Harwi saw eight pitchers on Parade. I infield out. The indians outhit the dodgers j the game was a pitchers hat 14 to $ but had fifteen men tie All the Way As Carolinas straggled on bases. Gibson Rookie Southpaw George Alston. Let in pit it her. Checked Landis hitters five hits and Navy s Sophomore in the last two innings. A a Whitey i hurler Norman Smith surrendering playing at third instead of p j 8jx the Council St it week. Either William Finan or August a Schneider who had charge of the Survey will submit the report. City officials say they have no intimation As to what the Agency will recommend with regard to new classifications and salaries. Whatever the recommendations j thy 8 agricultural marketing brr it j Are. All changes in personnel con vice end North Carolina department of editions in the City government agriculture. Price Are confined to the ranges which the bulk of the i. E. I. Stock of god Merchantable Quality and condition sold. Sweet potatoes shipment. April 25 Tai 13 North Carolina 0 Tenn. I a i total 17. Washington Market steady. North Carolina by. Backet Porto Picans 80 cents to Loo. Baltimore Market Dull. North Carolina by. Baskets Porto a trans u. 8. Latest farm Market report fruits vegetables North Carolina shipping Point of or i 65. Mostly i 30 to i 50, u s no i Mason and fridays a alas on the Prin a Loo to 1.10. Cipal wholesale Market a reported by Ning was Over. Chapman s Homer scored Frank Hayes Dee Miles Sud Chubby Dean to overcome Boston s 32 Lead at that Point. The Box Roxton Abr to phils Abr to Kinney of 3 0 2 2 Chap an of 4 i i 8 Cramer of 3 12 1 Moea of 4 12 1 Williams of 4 0 0 1 Mccoy 2b 4 0 11 Foxx la 3 i 110 Johnson of 3 i 0 2 Cronin a 2 0 0 2 Stebert la 3 10 7 Doerr 2b 4 0 10 haves c 4 12 8 Tabor 3b 4 0 12 Rubell a 3b 4 i i 0 Desautel 4 0 0 6 Lulard a 2 0 0 1 baby p 3 10 0 mile j 1110 Heving p 0 0 0 0 bran to a 1110 Oso Muller p 0 0 0 0 Babich p 2 0 0 1 Rich p 0 0 0 0 Dean 0 0 0 0 Hon k my x i 0 0 0 Hera Are p 10 0 0 total 33 3 7 24 totals 33 8 9 27 a batted for Rich in 9th. A batted for Lillard in 7th. A Battell for Babich in 7th. Score by timing r Boston. 210 too ooo--3 Philadelphia. Too 010 70x-8 errors Doerr Lillard assist Foxx. Cronin 3. Doerr 3. Tabor 2. Bagby. Mccoy 4. Seibert Rubeling 2, Lillard 2. Bun batted in Foxx. Doerr. Williams Rubeling. Miles Chapman 4. Hayes. Two base hit Foxx Tabor Mosea. Mccoy Miles. Three base hit Moses. Home runs Rubeling. Chapman. Double plays Foxx. Cronin and Foxx left on bases Philadelphia 5 Boston 8 base on Falls off Babich ii Bagby 2 Heving i Heusser 2 Ostermueller i struck out by Bagby 4, Babich 3. Heusser 2 hit off Babich 7 in 7 innings off Hauser 0 in 2, off Bagby 3 in 6 1-3 off Heving i in 0. Off Ostermueller 2 in 1-3 off Rich i in i 1-3. Winning Pitcher Babich. Losing Pitcher Bagby. Umpire Rue. Hub Bard. Rommel and Moriarty. Time 2 05 attendance 8.400. A local girl named to student office Ash eve april a 27�? up a state officer of Tho National Honor society were elected Here today by delegates to the annual convention. Joe Sebree of Asheville. Was elected president. Other officers Are miss Mary Anne Thomas of High Point vice president and miss Dorothy Oates of Kannapolis Secretary. The convention was held Here today and Friday. It was announced that the next convention would he held at Hoyden High school Salisbury. Sponsors of the chapters represented met yesterday and formed an organization of slate National Honor society sponsors. The Fol lowing officers were elected miss Sara Nims of Greensboro Prest a Dent mrs. Robert Black of Wil j Mington. Vice president and miss Kathryn Lynn of Marlon a Cere tar. Waldner and Ramon Cuoto Catcher led the Indian hitting i with a double and two singles an even three hours before a Small chilled crowd. The Box Landis so r h n Lexington a r h o Haim it 5 0 0 2 Mitchell a 4 2 i 3 Barnes 3b Sill Lujack la 4 0 111 Hamilton of 4 0 0 2 arming 2b 6 2 2 2 pm Ston of 4 2 2 1 whiter of 6 0 2 1 Saab a 5 2 2 1 Cuto e 4 13 8 Burlock la 3 2 i s Moog ski of 3 2 2 i 2b 4 0 14 Gardner of 4 0 0 0 Tyler e 2 0 0 3 Birch 3b 5 13 1 Strunack p i 0 0 0 Brest p 10 0 0 Alderman p i 0 0 0 Grno Cle p 0 0 0 0 Singer p 0 0 0 0 Smith p 0 0 0 0 Hack c 10 14 of Baon p 2 0 0 0 be a to p 0 0 0 0 total 37 7 8 26 total 38 8 14 27 a one out when winning run scored. Carolinas first score came when Ralston singled in the third got to second on an infield out made third on an error then came Home on Jim Mallory s Long Outfield Fly the winners scored again in the eighth when George stint Weiss rapped out a double made third on an infield out and scam Perod Homo on Jack Jones Outfield Fly. Lions and maximum and mini Jwill have to be affected by the mum salaries for presentation to i City Council. Arp Synod adopts Resolution protesting envoy to Vatican supports other churches in disapproving close tie with government Chicago Market steady on new Stock about steady on Belt qualify old Idaho russet slightly weaker on fair Quality and various old varieties from other sections 307 cars on track old Stock i 27 cars new Stock 52 cars old Stock and 64 new Stock arrived total u. S. Freight shipment thursday 665 cars. Track sales sacked per cwt. Idaho russet Burbanks u s no i i 87 to i 90. Dak red Ruer Valley Section so to 90 per cent no. I Quality cobblers i 15 to 1.25 75 to 85 per cent few 115 to 1 35. 85 per cent no. I Quality Early Ohio. I 15 was. Round no. I. 85 tent to i of. Ungraded 50 i Whites. I car. U. 8 commercials. I 30 score by innings Landis. Lexington 020 002 300-7 Ooi 120 202-8 errors Barnes. Birch. Saak. Whitaker. Runs batted in Smrcka 2, Whitaker 3. Birtch 2. Of Gowski. Saab 2. Bich Hack 2. Armstrong 2. Two base hit Birch Cuoto Dow take. Pinkston. Saw 2. Three base hit Smrcka stolen bases Armstrong. La Jack Cuoto. Sacrifices Zaidner Hamilton Degowski earner. Left on bases Landis 9, Lexington 15. Base on balls off Brest 2 off by Mack 3 off Singer 4, of Greenockle i off Smith 3. Struck out by Brest 6 of Strunack i by Alderman i by Singer 2 by Greenockle i by Gibson 2 by Seabo 2. Hits off Strunack 5 in 3 2-3, off Aldemon 2 in 2-3 off Brett 5 in 5 1-3. Off Greenockle 2 in i off Singer 4 in 3 off Smith i in 9, off Gibson 0 in 2 2-3 off Seabo 3 in 2. Hit by Pitcher Brest pm Ston it by Seabo Lujack. Wild pitch Strunack 2 Ore Knockle Seabo. Parsed Ball Tyler. Winning Pitcher Gibson losing Pitcher Seabo. Umpires Mckinley and Case. Time 3 of. High Point boy accepted for Marine corps service John Henry Boles son of mrs. Jeannie p Boles of 227 Montura Avenue has been accepted for service in the United Stales Marine corps at the District Headquarters recruiting station located in the Post office building at Raleigh. He was transferred to the Marine Barracks Harris Island s. C., for a Brief period of training. Upon completion of preliminary training Al Parris Island he will to assigned to some service school ship. Forcing station or Marine Barracks for duty. Entrance examinations for enlistment in the Marine corps Are now being held at the United slates Marine corps recruiting station Post office building. Raleigh. Full information and application Blanks win be Forward Jack Kramer hurls Browns to Triumph loss by 6 to 2 score sends White sox into cellar Chicago april 27. A up a Jack Kramer pitched the St. Inuits Browns to a 6 to 2 Victory Over the White sox today sending the chicagoan Back into the american league cellar. The Brownie hurler gave up four hits and two runs in the first in hug. But was invincible in the pinches thereafter. St Lamia knocked Rookie Vaylle eaves out of the Box in the seventh after he had yielded five walks and seven hit 5. Including Home runs by George and Walter Judnich. St. Louis a re u Chicago a trite strange 5 0 13 Kenedy 3b a o i 3 Judnich of 5 2 14 Wuhrl la 4 0 0 6 Mcquin la 5 i 2 7 Krajch of 4 12 3 Radcliff of 4 13 4 Solters of 4 115 Gallagher of 4 i 0 3 Appling is 4 0 12 Clift 3b 3 111 Wright of 4 0 3 3 Heffner 2b 4 0 2 3 Mcnair 2b 4 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 Tresh e 4 0 11 4 0 0 0 eave p 2 0 0 0 Knott p 10 10 to thai z i o 0 0 i to 60 cent Philadelphia Market steady. North Carolina by. Basket Porto Rte i ans u. S. No. I a few 1.25 to i 35. Mostly i 25 glorifying yourself. Subtle makeup Best Hart by Alicia in it aka service staff writer new summer make up for Mollie whether she buy it herself or receives it As a Mother s Day gift will be a great Deal Mot u b i i i a than the flamboyant Miladis her daughter is wearing this season. Unless she is a very Young Mother Shell avoid the Brilliant hard reds and exotic oxblood shades and go in for lighter soft 1 car u. 8. No. I Kathadin i 90 car lot had i. I. Track sales per 50 j or tints of Rouge and lipstick Pound sacks. U s no. I washed Texas bits Triumph few i 45 to i 50 Calif Long Whites initially iced i 15 to i 20 new York Market Teady. North i 100 Pound sack u s no. I Long Charlotte. Pili 27.�? up the general Synod of the a a it it cited Reform Church adopted formally protesting the appointment of a presidential envoy to the Vatican. Carolina Potto Tran u. S no. I by baskets. 135 to 160, by. Crate 1.60 to i 65. Pittsburgh Market steady. North i Prev Lei tan i Carolina Porto rican u. 8. No. I by n overture today Whites Good condition 2 40. Adopted by other j jetting to so close a relationship Between the Church and the state. Some Church leaders i that the appointment of a repro i sent Atiq of this country to the i seat of i captured in War capt. Oscar Schare of Tho German my Quiniin transport altar was captured by British naval forces during tilt Norway. He handed the trans Atlantic liner Europa. He is shown above. Swift c Kramer p 4 ski ipod request. Total 37 6 to 27 total 37 2 to 27 j a baited for Knott in 9th. Score by inning r j St. Lout. 010 111 200�?g j Chicago. 200 too ooo-�?2 error Kennedy Radcliff. Heffner. J Samsu strange 2, to it 4. Heffner 2, Swift Kramer. Kenned Kree Wlch Appling 2. Mcnair 5. Run batted in Swift Heffner Judnich Mcquinn 2, Kramer. Woltera Wright. Two base hit Kennedy. Home runs str a it leh. Mcquinn. Stolen base a Reevle. Double Playa Appling Mcnair and Kuhet Clift and Mcquinn. Left on bases St Louis 9 Chicago 8. Bases on Nill off eaves 5. Struck out by krauts i by eaves i. Hit off eaves 7 in 6 innings. Oft Knott 3 in 3. Loami Pitcher eaves. Umpires Grieve Ormsby and tune 2 14 attendance 4.500, a. A David kudos aged 75, has retired from the Smithy in unearth Wales which bad been in the family for four general ions a sporting Good made in America Are incoming popular in Switzer partitions put to use Idle basement area by partitioning off the basements of old and new houses the re lit Nous Reem Ted the Rev. L. I. Echols a elected Field director for missions whose report indicated 336 additions in the Fields supplemented by the Synod. Kannapolis Church was commended furl its recent building Aud growth and j Idle spaces in Many cellars can Salisbury Winston Salem and Roanoke churches were apportioned Ald in new buildings. Be put to useful purpose. Following the preparation of a careful plan a number of improvements to the basement Are possible with funds obtained from qualified private lending institutions under the modernization credit plan of the Federal housing administration. The basement May be protected from soot and rust by enclosing the Coal bin in a partition and by closing off the Furnace at the same time. Space May be. Set aside for a much needed laundry a work tided for Garden toed or sports room for the Amateur Carpenter j equipment and a closet May be or a playroom Basket i 25 to 1.35. Strah bar Kies Hammond la demand Good mar Ket steady. Auction Sale thursday. St a. A Hnz a Rara offered. 50 told la billed direct. 24 to a pm Lar a Quot he of a pint Erat Klondyke u 3 no i j to Huron. To 2.50. 2 25 Washington Market steady. North i Carolina 24 quart crate various a maintain j Rieuf. Per quart. 25 to 27>� cent. La. 24 pint crates Klondyke 3 0 to 3.25. Baltimore. Market about steady. Jio Licis automatically j North Carolina 24 quart crates Bla Kelies into matters Given j More 22 j to 25 cent per quart. La. 24 pint crates Klondyke meekly 14 cent per pint. Phi Ladelphia Market slightly stronger. Or pint. La 24 pint crate Klondyke mostly 14 few 13 cents. Fun 36 pint crate missionary to to 14 i cent. New York Market firm. Per pint fun. 36 pint crate missionary beat mostly 12 to 14. Few is poorer 7 toll cent. La. 24 pint crate Klondyke 13 to 14 cent. Turnips new York Market Dull North Carolina 5 perk hampers bunched. 75 cent to i of turnip Topa Washington Market slightly weaker. North Carolina by. Hamper 50 cent. Radishes new York Market steady. North Carolina Eastern lettuce crates bunched. I of to i 25. Philadelphia Market firm North Carolina by. Basket bunched Loo to 125, lettuce new York Market slightly stronger on Southern iceberg about steady in other Stock. North Carolina 5 Peck i hamper big Boston Type 1.50 to 1.75. Romaine Type. Loo to 1.50. S a Western i crates. Iceberg Type 4s, 3.25 to 4.00 1 53 50 to 4 00 6�?Ta, 2 50 to 3 00. Washington Market steady. North Carolina Eastern lettuce crates big Boston Type i 25 to 1.50. Green peas new York Market slightly weaker. S. By. Hampers 1.75 to 2.00, cabbage new York Market steady. S c. Pointed Type. A a by. Hampers. 1.25 to i 50 Western crate 2.00 to 2.25. Snap Beans new York Market slightly stronger. Fun. By. Hampers plentiful and string less Black Valentines 2 50 to 3 00 Bountiful 2.25 to 3 00, few Hest 3.25, mostly 2.75 to 3 00. Pot toes Hastings fun demand very Light Market steady. Carloads f o. B. Usual terms thursday. Double headed barrels Bliss Triumph. Fatah Dana. Ai d Spaulding Rose u. S no i 3 50 new York Market steady on old Stock Weaver on new Stock Maine too Pound sack Green mountains u. S injects if Over to the Church. Will study Resolution the Synod also appointed a j committee to consider a resold a lion that the body meet annually jut Bon Darken the summer con-1 i Ferenee grounds of the Synod. J near Asheville unless there is an invitation from a Church. The i committee will report at the next meeting the time and place to a j decided by the Moderator and i staid clerk. A budget of $.7,909 was adopted to he used in paying synods i part of a group insurance of $3.- too each on the lives of 102 min a inters. A comm Ute was named Battle at Narvik to consider a retirement plan for formerly coir i disabled ministers. A plan offered by the first presbytery and explained by f. By. Ort us Moderator would have the Church paying two per cent and the minister to o per cent. However j Only 98 of to preachers would he eligible to participate. Marco Polo w rot he a cum of his travel prison at be to Gat Hay while Loa. Italy. In the Normal weight of a hens egg is a Little More than two ounces. A a a a the amount of water that All can hold is dependent upon its pressure Ami temperature. Approximately Khi persons Iii from to out of every England suffer by Abner Gordon Concrete failures can be avoided by following a few Basic rules in mixing and laying which eliminate the causes for dusting flaking and cracking. Concrete mixed with Clay loss or other to called impurities or prepared with and in excess proportion to the Cement will inevitably fall to give lasting satisfactory service. The ingredients must be stirred thoroughly and the mixture poured before setting begins. Pour Concrete Only during periods when moderate to warm temperatures May be expected. Freezing of soft mixture will result in imperfect setting. Do not allow Concrete to dry out before chemical action of setting has occurred. When dusting or Chipping results treat surface with a hardening fluid prepared by dissolving three pounds of Zinc sulfite crystals in one gallon of water. Saturate entire tree with the solution and allow to dry thoroughly. Under All but exceptional conditions this treatment will Check dusting making further correction unnecessary. Liquid Wax is also useful in checking surface failures. Work the Wax in Well allow to dry then rub firmly. If dusting or Chipping continues ascertain by hard brushing or picking if failure is More than surface deep. If so no hardener will a Fulce. Entire Wall or floor must be replaced to Correct trouble. Ques. Can paint mixed on the Job from paste pigment and linseed Oil be used effectively in a spraying machine ans. Red and White Lead paints mixed on the Job from the paste pigments Are widely used for Spray application. Prepare the paint according to Standard volume formulas for the surface in question then add additional turpentine until paint Pray freely. Generally one extra quart of sign it tonks will Klatter there Are those tone which Are sure to be flattering and some Light but slightly Lavender led that might he Nice particularly with White or bluish Gray hair. Unlike daughter she May choose powder not to match exactly Ber complexion but with Rosy undertones to compensate for the natural loss of Rosin. No matter How much the year have stained her skin of its Youthful Bloom so can make it appear to Bloom again simply by using the right foundation film and face powder. Naturally any woman past forty ought to use cosmetics Ever so sparingly. Fiery red. Exaggeratedly Rouge Cheeks and lips lavishly coated with lipstick will detract from her mature Charm. Hor Cheek and lip should be tinted a not coloured. Her favorite foundation preparation must be meticulously applied to achieve an absolutely smooth surface. Her powder ought to he patted on thickly allowed to set for a few moments then whisked off with a Brush or pie e of Fluffy Cotton of Der woman Mike w full her grooming she must cultivate the Quot not a half out of place look a w is of hair straggling across the forehead. May he charming above a Young fave with upturned nose. But it will make an older woman seem just Plain dowdy. The attractiveness of any mature person is in direct proportion to her neatness and careful grooming. How can by Anni in Silky land. J special storage spies the children. I mad for the storage of preserves i no i i a a 200 to 2< 5 Nabu Rales freely. Generally one extra Quail a Ilia a pro Aud Fruita Dud vegetables Bio Triumph u. 5. Be i 125 to turpentine per gallon will suffice. Q. How can i clean oilcloth a. Milk and water Are very effective for washing oilcloth and will not Dull the colors. Oilcloth May he renewed by washing with Borax water followed by rubbing with a flannel cloth dipped in milk. Q How can i make a dus Tiest duster a. Saturate a piece of cheesecloth in a solution of two tablespoonfuls of kerosene in a quart of hot water. When cold hang out to dry to. How can i prevent poached eggs from breaking or sticking to 1 he pan ? a. But a few drops of vinegar into the water. Or try greasing the Iran before putting the water fun

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