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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two the High Point Entebi Kisey Piedmont Center of Industry Hill Point Norte Carolina saturday february i. Wiz weather Justice i Ries his new Quot suit Quot us Al we at he it High today. 68 Low today. Is High yesterday. 68 rain yesterday. .41 North Carolina and South Arolina fair tonight and sunny. Dight v colder in , portion slightly warmer in extreme St portion sunday. Hatteras to Jacksonville. In elate North to Northeast winds Gen rally fair weather tonight and Slinky Sandy Hook to Hatteras fresh o Strong Northwest winds tonight Hilting in sunday to North and Over South portion and to rest Over North portion and it Man Diing weather fair tonight and unday. South Atlantic states rain ver Northern and Central portions first Parton week and another rain per-3d in i a Quoter 11 Alf warmer monday Sider tuesday and wednesday. Aimer thursday and colder at end if week. Charlotte. N a. Feb. 4 a api official weather Bureau records of Bio temperature and rainfall for the 4 hours ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the irl Cipal Cotton growing areas and a a where Teflon h. L. Rainfall she Ville. 86 28 of Tanta. 88 22 i Lougusta. "4 38 58 in Mangham a a a a 80 32 .18 Harleston. 70 48 .38 Charlotte. 87 27 .79 hic ago. 20 12 .00 Alumba. 40 .42 ten ver. 26 18 of Droit. 26 to .00 Dansville. 28 14 .80 Alverton. 50 42 .00 Greensboro. 88 24 .28 int Ter As a a a a a . ®2 58 of Ley West. 80 72 of tie Rock. 36 26 .06 Angeles. 48 44 .82 am Phi. 22 28 .01 Ter Dian. 50 22 .00 Lam i�0 72 00 plus sep. 8 2 .00 Chile. 72 36 34 it Mitchell. 66 12 88 new Orleans. 70 44 .00 new York. 44 32 1 14 Sleigh. 74 38 .72 Lan Antonio. 54 32 .00 a an Francisco. 32 44 .34 Spartanburg. 66 34 .00 a ampa. 80 66 .26 Ashington. 44 32 1.00 la Mington. 74 46 .40 ant military raining for cd enrollees Washington feb. 4. Api i r Reynolds a i no i Ami Hep Richards dec had Hills Ttorp Congress today which i Oum provide military org or Tho 300,000 enrollees of the civilian conservation corps amps. I he pm cil ices. Under the proposals would be required to Drill in to five hours a week and undergo training in other Mili Lary tactics such a Trench War ate shooting Aud a on tin All this would be in addition to the regular duties of the rout a. Reynolds said in connection Rith his measure a Why should t these 3 1 a toys of military age lie trained Lur National defense they a ready la ramps Wear uniforms my Are under super i Ion it Irmy officers. A a a we would have to do is 0 give them guns there would 1 or Kinney maimed by death i Ell known physician Dies in Roanoke leaks Vilue feb. 4. A a aes Sago announcing the death of r. Joseph t. Mckinney promo int physician and xray specialist of Roanoke va., which centred Hast night at Lewisville Hospital of that City was Cie ived Here yesterday by his Toter my a. D. Ivie and other relatives. To had been seriously i for a month and his death As not unexpected. Or. Mckinney was a native of a Rockingham county and was the on of the late Joseph t. And Toniu Harris Mckinney of Tei Daville. He was graduated t the University of North Caroga and received his medical dining at the universities of Richmond and fun Sylvania i High i log Hie world War he was member of or. Stuart me a ire a unit located at base hos ital no. 4 5 and was Captain of is company. He was in service i months. Following his return to the listed states he was located Roanoke va., and wart a Mem a of the staff of Lewis Gale capital. Lie married miss Ruth Mark Ley f Roanoke who survives him it h two sons Joseph t. And William Mckinney. Other sir Vors Are four Sisters mrs. A Roland. Arkadelphia. Ark is. A. Ii. Ivic Leadville mrs. Lines Ewing. Rockingham miss Mma Mckinney Reidsville and no brother William Mckinney hic ago. Ile was a Cousin of r. Walker of High Point. Final rites will be conducted to first presbyterian Church in Roanoke va., sunday afternoon t 4 of clock and interment will in that City. Attend Church tomorrow cd u to Complete Church directory j. H methodist protestant first sunday school at 9 45, Pritchard superintendent. At la of Elook Rev. J. Clay Madison pastor will preach on the subject a the Validity of Christian the choir Wmk sing the Anthem a by Cool Siloam by Vibbard. In the evening service Rev. Madison will preach on the subject. A an Eye on the the choir will sing the Anthem a Day is dying in the West by Sher win. The subject for the Junior Church worship Tull of clock Xvi la he a True happiness is born of the intermediate Christian Endeavor society will hold a supper meeting at 6 30. The Junior Young Peoples Christian Endeavor societies will meet at 6 30. Welch memorial sunday school will meet at 9 45 a. In. Preaching at la and 7 30 by the pastor or. J. D. Williams. Prayer service wednesday evening at 7 30. Rankin memorial sunday school at 9 45, j. A. I be superintendent. Preaching services at la and 7 30 by the pastor Rev. Edward suits. Christian Endeavor meeting at 6 30. Prayer services wednesday evening. Place for prayer service to be announced later. Or i associate Justice Felix Frankfurter wears his supreme court judicial Robes for the first time. News of coloured people Lebanon sunday school at 9 45 a. In. Morning worship at 11 a. In. The pastor o. L. Easter will to in charge and will have As his Sermon subject a the failure of i evening service begins at 7 p. In. Subject of evening Mes i Sage a Scapegoat or Savior a which a Christian Endeavor meets at 6 15 p. In. Mid week service wednesday 7 30 p. In. Or. In Infin f. Brawley i Iid it rest or. Benjamin f. Brawley professor of English literature at Howard University Washington. D. C., and one of americans outstanding authorities on English lit i lure and grammar was Laid to rest in Washington Friday or. Brawley died wednesday february i after being ill with a heart attack for two weeks. Or. Brawley was very Well known in North Carolina due to the fact that he taught at Shaw University Raleigh for a Long period. Another reason for being known so widely is thai be authorized the negro history textbook that has been Opp Ovea by the state for use in Public schools. At Howard University or. Brawley super Visol the graduate research in English literature. Personal or. Charles Williams professor of German at Howard University. Washington. D. C., is spending the week end with his wife Here mrs. A k. Williams primary teacher at Fairview Street school flite Pine quartet to sing Tsi. Mathews p Pine quartet of in will sing at the i e Church Rumary 12, at 3 of episcopal St. Mary a septum Gessima sunday or the third sunday before Lent. Holy communion at 8 . Church school at 9 45 . Holy communion and Sermon at la . Young Peoples service league at 5 45 . Methodist holiness first Pilgrim j 712 s. Hamilton Street. Rev. O. L. Ruth pastor j. Munday school. 9 30 a. In. Cry for Ait Ages. A d. Jennings a superintendent j preaching. Ila. In. And 7 30 j p. In. By pastor. Young Peoples meeting 6 15 p. I mrs. A. V. Brown presi Dent. Mid week prayer service wednesday 7 30 p. In. Cottage prayer service Friday 7 30 p. In. A a Welcome awaits you at any my All of these Noble pastor. 612 Highland w the i Winston a St. Mathew sunday flt clock. Queen father Circle min the Queen Esther Circle of Brooks memorial m. E. Church i met tuesday evening at the j Home of John Leach 710 Fairview strict with his daughters. I Virginia and Pearl As hostesses j the business session of the meet i tug was presided Over by the vice president miss Mabel Mccloud. At the conclusion of the business session a repast was served Alpha Arf club notes the Alpha Art club held its regular business meeting at the Home of mrs. T. A Brincefield on Underhill Avenue. Thursday evening. The meeting was opened by the vice president mrs l s. Merritt. During the business session interesting reports were live n by the various committees at the close the hostess serv past. The next meeting will be held with m s. A g. Cobb feb. 16. Cherry Street Church sundays services at Cherry Street presbyterian Church will be As follows sunday school Al 9 45 a. In., preaching at la . And 7 30 p. A. And Christian Endeavor at 7 p. In. Rev. A . Woddell minister will speak sunday morning from the text Mathew 26 36. Which leads a then Comet ii Jesus unto a place caled Gethsemane. The holy communion will be administered at this time. Last monday evening Jan. 30, the Church Council met with elder c. W. Robinson presiding. The program of the Church was outlined and reports received. Or j. Morgan Church , was commended for his financial report. Of the meeting cd a Dainty re of nth costal Rev. Franc Church located on Avenue. Sunday school at 9 30 . M. M. Strother superintendent. Preaching at 10 45 . The ervice will be missionary in spirit. At 2 of clock the sub Lect will he a the evidence of the baptism with the holy Young Peoples society meets at 5 30 . Delmar barely president. The president of the dry forces of Davie county will lecture sunday night on the favorite subject a the wondering wednesday night St 7 30 Bible study and prayer meeting. Church of Christ n. Hamilton at state w. Ii. Holsa Heck minister opening of Bible school 9 45. Worship about the lords table. 11 00. Morning Sermon Quot the car Penter of youth meeting at 6 45. Members of the Christian Endeavor will present a program during the evening hour of worship called a the the Pinion subject will be a youth adventuring for lutheran a Nim. Re a t r e j name of m. V. Andrews listed through error of Harker in a Ufi hot town riders or amount f rank or harm a Tough kids ult on a a Mil Kelly in a adventures in Sahara Quot la a a ene Autrov in a a Poklir Cowboy no. 1&Quot the collection department of the City of High Point included through error in the list of Street assessment notices published february i the names of a v. Andrews and wife Minnie l. Andrews these names should not have been included a spokesman for the City said today As the i a Ces sment has been paid in full. Emmanuel a Light for the night will be the Sermon subject at la of clock. With the text. A then said Jesus. I am the Light of the world lie that follow eth me shall not walk in the dark St. John 8 12. The subject for 7 30 will he a substitutes for the first in a series on a ideas of Jeremiah for Gordon Gray speaker at Young demos organization Greensboro. Fob. 4.�?of a Gordon Gray Winston Salem publisher and state senator stressed the importance of interest in governmental affairs the necessity for the preservation of democracies and his belief in a Strong two party government in an address Here last night. Gray state president of the Young democrats clubs spoke at a meeting of Young democrats unit organized at the woman a College of the University of North Carolina Here. The woman a group is the first Young democrats Cill to a formed at the greater University. A. H. Holton supt. In v. Howell pastor sunday school 9 45 a. In. Subject of la a. In. Sermon a a building a College Day program will be Given by the league at 6 15 . Subject of 7 p. In. Sermon a Christ heal5.�?� prayer meeting wednesday at 7 30 p. In. Choir practice Friday at 7 30 p. In. Main Street. N. Williams pastor 9 30, Church school. R. W. Sowers superintendent. La a. Rn., Sermon by the pastor. Subject a the god planned 6 p. Rn., the regular meeting of the Young people. 7 p. In., Sermon by the pastor a a Christ a and the wednesday evening 7 p. Rn., prayer service. A m Esto we a Tea Rdale g. W. Fink the pastor will preach at Jamestown at la . And at Oakdale at 7 . Sunday school at both churches at to am. Young people meet at Oakdale at 6 15 . And at Jamestown at 6 45 . Wesley memorial 9 45 am Church school. La a the forgiveness of sins by or. Embree h. Black Ard. 5 30 . Young p e o p i eds choir practice or. Gurney Briggs directing. 6 30 . Young people Fellowship supper. Rabbi j. M. Freedman will be the speaker. 7 30 . A Albert Schweitzer a scholar musician doctor and missionary by or. Embree h. Pinckard. Wednesday at 7 30 pm Church evangelism night. Friday at 4 . Girl scouts. 7 30 . Boy scouts. Christian science a a spirit will be the subject of the lesson Sermon in All churches and societies of Christ scientist sunday at la of clock at 319 4 North main Street. Reading room open to Public on wednesday and Friday from to a. In. To i p. In. Sunday school at 9 30 a. In. Christian w. Al hot sunday school. 9 45 a. In. R. Bray superintendent. Preaching first and third sundays la a. In. And 7.30 p. In. Prayer service wednesday at 7 30 p. M. Rev. D. M. Spence pastor. Evangelical and reformed Al hot sunday school at 9 45 s in. J. M. Hedrick general superintendent. A the plague of fault finding a will be the subject of a message Rev. Hoy l. Fesperman will bring to his congregation at the eleven of clock service. The choir under the direction of miss Margaret Hedrick will sing a to Lamb of god i come by miss Florence Blair. The pastor will give a five minute Sermon to the Junior. The Christian Endeavor societies will meet at 6 30 p. In. The evening service is at 7 30 p. Rn., the subject of the Sermon being a what life has taught the special music will he a Trio a evening peace by Florence Franz. The choir will Lead the congregational singing. The consistory will hold its regular monthly meeting monday night at the j parsonage 233 Woodrow Avenue at 7 30. Baptist North Pahr sunday school at 9 45 s. In. Morning worship service at 10 45, with the pastor. Rev. E. M. Smith using As his Sermon subject a a Christ Scall to b. T. To. Meets at 6 15 p. In. Evening worship service at 7 of clock with the pastor speaking from the subject a when youth goes away the pastor issues a special invitation to All Young people to be present in the services of the Day As they will be dedicated to youth. Prayer service wednesday eve Niit at 7 of clock. Teachers meeting Friday evening at 7 of clock. North main Street morning service of worship will be held at la o clock with the pastor. Rev. A Lincoln Fulk. Preaching the Sermon using As his subject a god s evening service at 7 p. In. Sermon by the pastor on a the reach of Bible school at 9 45 a. In. And b. T. U. At 6 p. In. Green Street at the naming service the pastor Rev. N. Royal will preach on the subject a strength and his subject for the evening Sermon will be a numbering of sunday school at 9 30 a. In. Baptist training Union at 6 30 p. In first pastor or. A. B. Conrad. Bible school at 9 45 of clock. A. E. Tate superintendent. Worship at la a. In. A vision of a worship at 7 30 p. In. A Elf you Are redeemed say w. M. S. Executive committee meets at 3 30 p. In senior Board of deacons meets monday at 7 30 p. In. Prayer service and b t la meetings wednesday at 7 30 p in. Wesleyan Hayworth memorial la a. Rn., communion service Sermon by the pastor. In the evening at 7 15 the pastor Rev. A has k. Gentry will speak on a a god a death Wesleyan Young people s service at 6 p. In. Mid week prayer hour wednesday evening at 7 15. Special music will feature these services under the direction of Rev. F. B. Dennard choir director. Tabernacle Union Prospect Street. Sunday school at 9 45 a. In. Preaching at 11 00 a. In. By the pastor Rev. S. E. Taylor. Young people s meeting at 6 30 p. In. Evangelistic services at 7 30 p. A. Conducted by the pastor in the old time Way. Cottage prayer meeting tuesday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. J. R. Freeman 2329 English Street 7 30. Cottage prayer service saturday night feb. Lith 611 Prospect Street at the Home of or. And mrs. J. A. Tucker. General nears Century Mark gospel h. P. Williams pastor sunday school at 9 45 . Morning worship at la am. Miss Alexandria Wasilewska evangelist will speak at this service. Young Peop i service at 6 30 pm. Evangelistic service at 7 30 . This will be the closing service of a weeks special services. Miss Wasilewska. Converted Broadway dancer will give her closing message on her life a Story at Thi service. Tuesday at 7 30 . Cot Tage prayer service. Tuesday at 7-8 30 . Night school classes meet at the Tabernacle. Thursday at 7 30 . Midweek service. Friday at 7-8 30 . Night school classes. Saturday at 7 30 pm prayer service at the Tabernacle for sunday services. Former Broadway dancer it gospel Tabernacle tonight at 7 30 miss Alexandria Wasilewska. Converted Broadway dancer will give the first part of her life a Story at the gospel Tabernacle on Willowbrook Street. This Story will be concluded at the sunday night service the hoeing service of the evangelist. Friends a Springfield sunday school convenes tomorrow at to of clock meeting for worship at la of clock. This being the anniversary of the founding of Christian Endeavor the morning worship will be in the nature of a commemoration of that event. Or. Arnold j. Koonce will give an inspirational message and there will be special music. It will be an hour devoted especially to the interests of Tho Young people and Hildren. Tomorrow night at 6 30 the three c. E. Societies will hold their regular meetings. Next wednesday will be observed by the Springfield woman a auxiliary a Day for aporia prayer and study. The worn in will meet at the Blair Home South of the City at 10 30 a. In. Mrs. Reuben Payne will have the opening devotional. Opening chapters of the study Book. Tho american City and its Church will be Given by mrs. Nina Cook and Clara l. Cox from i to 2 will be lunch and social hour. Following this the closing chapters in the Book will be reviewed by mrs. Sara Haworth. Brig. Gen. William h. Bisbee oldest retired u. S. Army officer a celebrated his 99th birthday at Brookline mass. Randleman Honor Roll special to the Enterprise Randleman feb. 4�?following is the Honor Roll for the fourth month at the Randleman school a Honor Rou third Grade a a Betsy Dean. Eighth Grade a Bobby Ann Caudle. A Annie line Garner Virginia Sheldon Hugh Dorie Betty my Lou Oak Hiu sunday school begins at 9 45 a. Rn., with Leslie Gurley superintendent. In charge. Meeting for worship at la a. In the pastor Rev. 1. Virgil Pike will speak on the subject a hindrances to Junior and senion Christian Endeavor will meet at 6 p. In. Evening worship at 7 p. In. The Young people will have charge. Rev. Fred love will bring the message. Central Bible school begins at 9 45 am. The pastor Cecil e. Haworth will speak at both meetings for worship. At la , the Alibie will be a the divine at the at 6 30 ., the Sermon topic is a finding a Creed to live the two Christian Endeavor societies meet at 6 30 . Monday at 3 15 . Is the general meeting of the auxiliary the Bible school Council is to meet tuesday night at 7 30. An important topic will be the Center of discussion. Wednesday evening in the midweek meeting the pastor will Cive the last of the series on a men who made the this meeting is at 7 30. Presbyterian first 9 45, Church school j. D. Ross superintendent. 11 00, morning worship Rev. Donald . Conrad will preach on the subject a Opportunity and -5 00, Vesper service Rev. Donald . Conrad will speak on lit subject a today s Challenge. 6 00. Young people meeting. Monday 3 00, meeting of the woman a auxiliary by circles 7 50, meeting of evening circles. Wednesday 7 30, regular midweek prayer service. Sunday school lesson summary ninth Grade Barry Louise Loflin. Tenth Grade is Heatwolf. Eleventh Grade a Daniel Hazel Owens Pope Doris Pugh. B Honor Koll first Grade big. T. Absten Fletcher Craven Roger Davis Billy Henson Dewey Hardin Lucille Hanger Arkansas Lamb Vernon Lamb Bruce Mckenzie Kathryn Hudson. First Grade a Eugene Brown. Vernon Hurley Earl Hussey Glenn Jessup Elmer Rich Harold Wall Anna Lee Bachot Rosalia Johnson Betty France Robbins Mamie Lee Russell Elizabeth Redding Mary Ann Highfill Margaret Booth. Second Grade by Loretta Kennedy Beatrice Farlow Jacqueline Crotts Betty inn Iann Wade Frazier Bobby Wood Holts Mcpherson. Second Grade a a Brownie Dawkins Carol Dean Fleming Bernice Garner Betty Graves Rebecca Hinshaw Annie Lee Flunt Meline King Mary Milli Kan Frankie Parrish Nancy Garner Peggy Young Peggy Yow Bernard Allred Richard Jarrett o Neil Jarrett Jimmy Kirkman Hobby Laws David Trail Joe Wright. Third Grado b a Betty Jean Toomes Charles Brown third Grade a a Betty Jean Mlikan Martha Jean Hanner Jean Hall Charles Snyder. Betty Jean Varner Peggy Brown Herbert Johnson Helen Jarrett. Fourth Grade by Joe Lee Hall. A it orge Vunkannon Richard vaguer Arthur Wright Mary Trogden. Fourth Grade a Ann Talley Edith Ann Sutker Betty Lou Robbins Carnie Marie Fleming Jane Evelyn Ward. Joe Beasley Connie Hardin Mary Louise Underwood Mildred Farlow Bruce Kirkman. Fifth Grade by Bernard hard in. Fifth Grade a Mary be Allied Anne Beck Sarah Durham Margaret Frazier Susan Heath Jean Lineberry Kathleen Lov Ette Nant y Pirai a Laura Robbins Rachel Talley Norma Jean Toomet Doris Wood David Cockman Haywood Hamilton. Sixth Grade a Blanche Julian Lois Harrison Lucille Hall Marie Garner Jean Marie Stout. Seventh Grade Agnes Kye m. Emily Pickard Blanche Ken Nedy Ethel Bencher Mildred Frazier Robert Hanner Annie i. Trogden Annie Mae Occas Rill. Bernice Milliken Margaret Robbins. Eighth Grade a j. D. Brookshire Worth Coltrane Kermit Farlow. Ruby Allred Emma far Low Evelyn Frazier Frances inf Lin. Dorothy Schrimsher Wilma Ruth Edith Small Edna Pearce Peggy White. Eighth Grade a a Katherine Frazier Billy Joe Lamb jewel Mccaskill Nannie i be Spencer loan Dean. Evelyn Snyder. To. A Jane Cashatt Norma Geode Millard Hardin Annie Lovette Sam Hancock Glenn Richardson Polly Barker Josephine Robbins finite Vvhs Tesell Raymer Hurley. Celia hades Cleo Harrison. Ninth Grade by Anna thread Gill Annie Robbins Gladys Highfill Joyce Fields Nannie Lee fallow Inez Culler Arlien Adams. Ninth Grade a a Katherine Marsh Mary Etta Barker Phillip Farlow ext Lamb Jane Ann a Rotts Vernon Boling Ruth Talley. Tenth Grade a a Gwendolyn Templar Frances Helms Mary Frances Butle Alice Ruth Marl Mary Louise Talley Biles Joe Pickard Leroy Curtis Grace Graves Lena Howard Hinshaw Anna Trogden Hazel Millikan Bunting. Eleventh Grade Dorothy Mcdaniel Gladys Trogden Evelyn Hinshaw Ophel strides Winnie Hayes ales Julian Geraldine Farlow Wilma Taylor veda Short Ruth Brown. Opal Kirkman. Gladys Cox Viola Wright Inez Slack. Kirk Wiley Allen Kidd Lewis Peggy Peter preaches at Pentecost Golden text a a not by might nor by Power but by my spirit Saith the lord of Zechariah 4 6. Lesson text a acts 2 12-18 acts 36-41. Pentecost a the beginning of a new Era in the plan of god. The fulfilment of the Promise of Christ. ,. A and behold. I Send Tho Promise of my father upon you but Tarry be in the City of Jerusalem until be be endued with Power from on and when the Day of Pentecost was fully come they were All with one Accord in one place a and suddenly there came a sound from heaven As of a Rushing mighty wind and it filled All the House where they were sitting. This then was what happened to these men who were the first disciples of Jesus Christ. They wont and tarried until they were touched with the Power of god and it filled the whole House. Yes bless your heart the Power of god will not Only sit upon the one who receives such a touch but the whole House will know of it. It will fill the world and give a person a new vision. A new Outlook. A new determination. A new Home. A new voice. Yes Praise god a new life. Your neighbors will know it. Your fellow workers will know it. Your fellow Church members will know it. And Best of All you will know it because you were there when it happened. When the Power of god comes into a persons life by the work of Grace wrought by the holy spirit of god things wonder they were All amazed those who had gathered at Jerusalem for the feast of the Pentecost the hebrew Harvest Celebration fifty Days following the passover or seven sabbaths. They were amazed and in doubt and asked one another a what mean eth this a a. Yes friends i have seen people amazed at the Power of god. I have seen a look of wonder mingled with doubt Cross the face of some before the Light broke through. These wondered what was the meaning of this speaking the a wonderful works of god in their own Tongue. What was going on they wanted to know. You get a Good old fashioned revival started where people Are shouting the praises of god and some will be amazed others wanting to know a what mean eth this a others mocked. Some said these men were full of new wine. It is not hard to find the mocker in the crowd that stands around. It is not hard to find the one who will say they Are drunk. It is not hard to find the one who will say he is a fanatic. People to k at things which Are beyond their understanding. Some Are always trying to find something for which to ridicule the Christian and mocking a Man filled with the holy ghost was As Good As any. But let me Tell you that being filled with the spirit of Jesus Christ by the gift of the holy spirit is a whole lot different than being filled on the splits of new or old wine. But Here Peter comes on the scene again and standing up with the eleven said a Eye men of Judea and All that dwell at Jerusalem he this known unto you. And Harken unto my words a these Are not drunk for it is the third hour of the Day. But this is what was spoken of by the Prophet Joel. Peter reverts Back to the word of god. The Bible tells what is transpiring and Peter used it As a background for his Sermon. Too Many try to use some other Book Peter spoke and Many that heard did no to know whether he told the truth or not because they were not All aware of what the Prophet Joel had spoken of. They were like thousands today who when they do hear a Sermon they done to have the least Conception of whether the preacher is preaching on the Bible or using an ancient history because they never read a Bible and done to know what is in it. Peter said that the sons and daughters should Prophesy. Teach. Foretelling events. Therefore let the House of Irsael know. This was the Climax of his Sermon read intervening verse that god hath made that same Jesus whom be have crucified both lord and Christ. Of How sad a picture. Here was a great multitude who had been waiting All these centuries generation after generation for the Messiah now were suddenly told that a Eye have killed him a Hung him on a Cross and done away with him. He had been there and they Hadnot recognized him. They had crucified the Only one who could save them from sin. They had spit up on the Savior. They had put a Crown of thorns upon his precious head. They had released a murderer and let him be killed. They had cast lots for his garments. They had Given him vinegar to drink seen him beaten and had seen a Spear thrust into his Side. A whom be friends today Many Are crucifying Jesus driving the nails into his hands turning your backs upon the Only Savior of this world. You know the condition wherein you stand hut will you cry out As did these who were stung with remorse a what shall we do a what will you do Peter gives the answer and he baptized every one of you. In the name of Jesus Christ it a the remission of sins and be shall receive the gift of the holy ghosts. A a Peter told them the conditions that must be met. Give up sin have a change of heart and acknowledge Jesus As your Savior. Be baptized the outward expression of inward cleansing and be shall receive the gift of the holy ghost have you met god s conditions for the Promise is unto Yon and to your children. Thank god it was not Only for those who attended that meeting at Jerusalem that Day but for ail even As Many As the lord shall Call. Listen god is calling the gentiles Tim jews and All. To meet i conditions today the same As at Pentecost. Peter with Many words did testify and exhort saying to them to save themselves from this untoward generation. Preachers Are doing the same today. We still live in the dispensation of Grace and have the same Opportunity and today is the Day of salvation. Then they that gladly received his word were baptized and the same Day there were added unto them about three thousand souls. Prompt action followed after they were convicted by the spirit of god through the preaching of Peter. We today could see some wonderful revivals if we could have More preachers filled with the holy ghost As was Peter on the Day of Pentecost. The Best Sermon Ever preached without the Power of the spirit of god in it will be of no Avail while one that is very poorly constructed Guarnati Cally but with the holy ghost in it will fill an altar with seekers. Do we need that experience yes for the glory of god and for Tho salvation of ourselves and others. New England poet i horizontal i poet who wrote 14 arabian military commander. 15 vegetable. 16 rental contract 17 imperfect. 18 Short match. 20 roof Point covering. 21 feminine pronoun. 22 satisfaction. 24 dry. 26 id ant. 27 uncooked. 28 red Cross. 30 right hand. 31 for each. 32 period. 34 snout Beetle. 37 prickly Pear. 39 work of Genius. 40 negative. 41 to scatter Hay 42 transpose. 43 to chatter. Answer to previous Puzzle 44 laughter sound. 46 senior. 47 Cabins. 49 to yield. 51 common Shad. 53 flying mammal. 55 cleaved. 57 to sup. 58 Wattle tree. 60 Ever. 61 he finished his education in -. 62 he was a professor of vertical 1 pronoun. 2 to set in Wax 3 parsimonious. 4 Scarlet. 5 year. 6 to enclose. 7 bed for eggs. 8 Fence door. 9 Ell. 10 sheltered place. 11 drinks dog fashion. 12 basketry Twig. 13 plural pronoun. 18 Promise. 19 form of 21 his popular Indian poem. 22 shaped like a keel. 23 one who digs ditches. 25 his poems Are loved by 27 reverend. 29 blood Money. 31 House dog. 33 liable. 35 to do wrong. 36 Tennis strokes 38 Copper. 43 relish. 45 Goodby. 47 greyish White 48 fertilizer. 50rubiaceous Shrub. 52 rumanian Coin. 53 exclamation. 54 aromatic beverage. 56 unit of Energy 58 common verb. 59 half an pm. I lilt ago produce Chicago. Feb. 4.�? pjs butter 1,058,538 steady prices unchanged eggs 8,177 steady prices unchanged

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