High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 10 1926, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 10, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Sunday. January to. 1026 Pace 7 at Mumm each wednesday machinery slops and men Kneel for few moments prayer comment was mad a it Day to the effect that the v eels of the Ideal table company Stop each wednesday morning at 9 of clock to permit a few moments of meditation and prayer on the part of the employees. Curtis royals is superintendent and once each week he orders the machinery stopped and the men who Are in the midst of the noise and Rush Stop and Kneel in Prayor. Much interest in the subject of prayer has been manifested in the Mills and other organizations of the City since the series of meeting which were conducted Here during the fall by the Rev. George Stephens. Keep a tryst London Jan. 6.�?carrying out the provisions of a pact made to yes ago. Four Mon met on the Steps of St. Paul so thedral. The four with four others had agreed in 1905 to meet for a Celebration just 20 years later. Two were killed in the War. One has died since and i the fourth has disappeared. New Coats for Spring keeping Pace with fashion is to reckon time in the sense of Fine clothes to Wear. Even f the season does t say so the spirit does. If you have the inclination to dress smartly and in Advance of the established Vogue we have the new styles to show you. The new materials Are a smart tweeds Basket weaves chevrons sols Leil the shades Are the newest prices Range $19.50 to $39.50 Moffitte a 217 North main Street. At Institute for subject of Sims series of talks sunday school Institute convenes Here on i canes Day Many to attend fiends services this morning have special music order worship Given d. W. Sims of Raleigh Tho popular and widely known general superintend it of the North Carolina sunday school association is scheduled to be one of the principal Peak Era in the three Day High Point township Institute which will be held on wednesday thursday and Friday january 13, 14 and 15 in tile Wesley memorial methodist Church. For a number of years or Sims has beep recognized As one of the. L adding sunday school workers in America and he has Tho reputation of boing one of the Moat practical peaked on the sunday school platform. Those who have be n attending the i institutes in ii a. Point f. R toe past three or four it ars will doubt is Mcmo Gibor or Sims and his work. In the series of addresses delivered in the in till t emr. Sims will Deal with Ninny problems that confront sunday school superintendents and teachers. Associated with or. Sims in the Institute will lie or. Owen c. Drown Philadelphia pa., editor in chief of the sunday school publications for the Northern Baptist Church and miss Daisy Magee. Raleigh children s division superintendent of the North Carolina sunday school a oration. Both of whom will give a series of i Durrs along specific lines of sunday school work. Provision has been made for discussions of the plans and problems in All departments of the sunday school. From the officers of the High Point township sunday school association comes the information that All indications Point to a record breaking attendance at the meeting. Tile Rev. Tom Sykes will speak i this morning on the subject a the d Stiny that makes us by tiler in the r Gulnor morning service of the Central friends Church the order of worship follows morning worship at la of clock. Organ prelude a a canyons a Federlein. Hymn no. 315 a to thou from whom All goodness scripture Reading and prayer period. Hymn no. 410 a mine eyes and my children a Story period. Hymn no. 4 09 a blow firm a offertory a roman Zap a Lamont. Quartetti a a love not the world a Harker. Miss b. Crouch. Ii s a. Mendenhall Norman fid-11. Ride shall. Message a uti ? destiny that maids us Organ postlude a Festal March no Gore evening worship at 7 30. Organ prelude a a eventide a ii Quot or. Hymn no. Ito a now to the lord who makes us scripture it . Hymn no. 4so a from every it prayer period. Solo a by the Waters of baby Long a Howell. Norman tidier. Message a what our country needs most of All a hymn no. Ii a Sweet Saviour bless us Ere we Benediction. Organ a a postlude a Dattman. January shoe Sale busiest in years this Sale opened with a Rush of eager customers a hut such great assortments As Are included for this event cannot be exhausted in so Short a time. There is still a splendid Opportunity to choose Good shoes at Small prices because the Sale is continuing with hundreds of pairs smartly styled hundreds of pairs of Pirame shoes. All of Fine Quality. All in Good styles. All priced far below the regular prices of such Good footwear. Women men pc a go lords supper at Rev. Brown is to subject announced for morning services one of depth and interest congregation meeting follows the communion service presbyterian Church a congregational meeting will follow Tho communion service at the first presbyterian Church this morning. The order of worship for the Day has been announced As follows morning service la of clock. Prelude a a pastel a Thompson. Doxology. Invocation lies Pons a hear my prayer o lord a Stebbins. Hymn 194 a come let us sing he song of songs a Montgomery. Scripture lesson. Prayer. Anthem a a recessional a de Koven. Hymn 398 a Saviour thy dying love a a Phelps. Offertory a offer Toire a Hof n a n. Solo a gentle Jesus a Jordan. I a. J. Gurney Briggs. Hermon. Hymn 557 a according to thy. Zacious word a Montgomery communion of the lords supper. Hymn 19g a fall Hail the Power Jesus name a Perrone. Benediction. Evening service 7 30 of clock. Prelude a a Virgin sprayer a Mas in t. Hymn 46 8 a those who seek throne of Grace a Holden. Scripture Lessen. Prayer. Anthem a i will Lay me Down in aces a Dorey. Hymn 297 a i heard the voice it Jesus say a Bonar. Offertory a slumber song a Humann. Duet a Rock of Ages a Solly. Hrs. W. D. Lancy and Frank of Burn. Sermon. Hymn 137 a thou Art the Way to thee alone a a Doane. Benediction. Postlude a a processional a Grimm. Annual stockholders meeting the annual meeting of the stockholders of the commercial National Bank will be held in the directors room of the Hank on tuesday january 12. 1926. At to of clock a. A. For the election of directors and the transaction of such other business As May come before the meeting. C. In Marriner. Cashier. December 12, 1925. A Honor or Dis Honor a is the subject announced for the Sermon of the Rev. George r. Brown pastor of the first methodist protestant Church at the morning service today. The order of worship is announced As follows Organ prelude a Lento a bet. Hymn no. Is. Prayer. Scripture lesson. Solo. A a by the Waters of baby Ion a a Howell. Or. Dan Smith. Offering. Offertory a a Consolation a a mended Susohn. Anthem a the lord strength a Rogers. Sermon by the pastor. Or hymn no. 158. Benediction. Organ postlude a grand March a Verdi. Evening 7 30 of clock. Organ prelude a andante von Gluck. Hymn no. 30 5. Prayer. Hymn no. 23 5. Offering. Offertory Reinecke. Anthem. A a the King of love my Shepherd is a Shelley. Sermon by the pastor. Benediction. Organ postlude a postlude a Batt Man. Is my Shono a evening prayer baptists to have special Wes annual business meeting in the afternoon no service this evening test this january Sale for yourself the Low pricing the splendid styles and the Fine qualities of the shoes will prove a very pleasant Surprise. I. Miller shoes sit and $12.75 \ Aine january Sale Price. ?11 of of or pumps. All $10 pumps. All $9.00 pumps. Special lot of $0.00 dumps january Sale Price. Arch preserver and matrix shoes reduced in Sale 86.85 j dumps 84.95 children a shoes sharply Cut in Price Seldom Are shoes so Superior if every detail of workmanship so excellent in Quality at Pricer so tar below usual. Nettleton shoes and oxfords jew 812.85 t w 811.85 a Quot 810.85 of Jar of for. Cd i .09 three special lots at $5.00 $5.85 and sd.85 All hosiery reduced in line with other items Quality a use store expert shoe fitters a fit for every foot Wallace Freeman manager churches South main Street methodist Rev. W. B. Davis pastor. Sunday school at 9 30 a. In. J. W. Canard a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Senior Epworth league at 6 30 p. In intermediate Epworth be sue at g 30 p. In. Pray meeting at 7 30. Flayer meeting wednesday night it 7 30. Salvation Ai my Mangum Avenue Ana russe meet adjuvant and mrs. J. V id cart ale officers a \ Burge. Sunday s lied at 9 45 a. In. Holmes meeting at la p. In. R ii air meeting Corner of main an.1 Broad by eels at i Hio p. In. V. P. L. Meeting at 6 3o n. In salvation Nee my at 7 3u p. In. In. B. Y. P. Or 6 15 p. In. Prat or meeting wednesday night 7 i p. In. Public invited to All service Haggard evangelistic Hub w i conduct a prayer meeting Charles Gurley a residence on Cei Tennial Avenue at 2 30 Sundi afternoon. Everyone is cordially is cited to attend. For Good Coal phone 354 Sicele Ici amp Coal co. In addition to the sunday school j service at 9 30 t ii re will be two i special services at the first Baptist Church today. The first will i be the communion service at la i a. Rn., when the pastor is especially anxious to have ail the new turn i hers who have recently been Bap used into the Church present to receive their first communion. The second special service will be hold at 2 30 in the afternoon when the Church will inaugurate something new in the Way of an annual business meeting and Iraq reports from All the various department t of the Church As to the work done during the year 1925. On special feature of this service will be the annual letter of the pastor with r commendations for the new year. All tile members of the Church Are urged to attend this meeting. On account of the afternoon me Ting the re will be no evening service. Sapiens these ruins Are 2.000 years old. Sapis Simus a go wan its Only 1926 chant Clec. Wesley memorial methodist or. E. In. Mclarty pastor. Sunday school at 9 30 a. In., in c. Harmon superintendent. Preaching at Ila. In. And 7 30 p. I if. Epworth league 6 30. Prayer service wednesday evening at 7 30. Welch memorial methodist protestant Corner Mangum Avenue and Lake streets it v. T. E. Pierce pastor. Sunday school at 9 30, c. It. Ward. Superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. In. And 7 p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night a 7 3<>. Christian Endeavor sunday it 6 p. In. East end methodist Rev. E. J. Harbison pastor. Sunday school at 9 45, a. H. Holton superintendent preaching at la a. In. And 7 3u p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night at 7 30. First Baptist or. Lloyd t. Wilson sunday school at 9.30 a. In. Classes for adages. A. E. Rate superintend it. By and Hermon at la a. In. And 7 30 p. In j Hor and intermediate in y. P. H. Sunday at 6 30 p. In. Senior h. Y. P. U. Fridays at 7 30 p. In. Prayer met my weds Days it 7 30 p. In. Public invited to All services. The moravian sunday Behoc class will meet sunday after Uoc at 2 of clock in the Broadhurt building. First presbyterian Church rpm. C. P. Coble pastor. Sundi school at 9 45 a. Rn., f. Log. Porter superintendent. Puhi worship at Ila. In. And 7 30 p. Christian Endeavor services 6 45 p. In. Mid week prayer Elt a a i Ranee and Bible study Wedney Day at 7 30 p. In. Pm manual lutheran f. L. Con first Christia disciples by j a it a via a shop at la a. In Bible school in Junior order Hail and i to p. In. Munday Schuol ctr Harris building on East washing sue at 6 15 ton Street at 9 45 of clock. Coni 9 45 a. In. Luther be p. In. Southside Baptist Corner Highland Avenue and Stanton Street. Rev. A p. Page Paster. Worship at la a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Bible school at 9 4&Quot a. In. Senior and intermediate b. Y p. U. Each sunday at Guo p. In. Prayer or Rivee wednes y evening at 7ho p. In. Cont i Christian disciples ail re. A in masonic Temple. North main Street. Bibb school at 9.4 5 a. In. Morning worship at la a. In. Evening services at 7 30 Paul Outhard. Minister. First methodist protestant n. Main san it. Or. G in e it. I Roc i .Stor bund by school at a 15 a in. Pre Bing services at ii a. In. My 7 30 p. In. T tin a. Nor monday at 7 5 p. In. Prav i meet no Nydene data h to p. A. Amnion service at 10 4 5. Preach 1 by tee pastor at la a. In. On the men my and fourth sundays in East month. F Mechanicsville Baptist Rev. J m. Hilliard pastor. Sunday school each sunday to. Nine at 9 45 Pasco Clinard superintendent preaching at la a in. And in the second and fourth s prayer meeting a dec slav rigid at 7.30. B. Y. P. U Ach sunday night at 6 o clock. Re for i n and Kus Whitener a i Church South la streets Rev. ,.stor. Sunday n. Edgar we Teller services for pc or. And 7 p. In. Mid by. Dues Jay Ai 7 30 phone 2420 2 10 ii. Syc Miore St. Greensboro veterinary Hospital or n. H Whitehill v Teri Arian for in a j y with Tho dog and act h Spital. Washington d c. Spelt palist in diseases of the do ervice ton cold weather drinks done to go Home for lunch while the weather is cold. Let us serve you with our delicious hot drinks and Dainty sandwiches Cecily a drug is Ore opposite us arhonta Bank. Phone 809 friends. Main Street in a. Sykes minister. Bible school it 9 45. Horace Haworth. In in ten Dent. Brotherhood in amex at 9 45. Services for w irs Iii it at la a in. And 7 30 p. In. Mid to Elk prayer Mekong a h a Jean a night at 7 45. Young be is Christ-5 a in Den v. R each Fem to i High at 7 30 Junior . I Endeavor or. In saturday Ade urn at 3 of it lock. File in holiness Rev o. To. Ruth pastor. Sunday school Ai 9 30 a. In. G. O. Hayworth superintendent. Preaching Tell a. In. And 7 d. In. Each sunday. Church Jud Cheri Torivo. Viu run Ion 8 s episcopal College on streets Rev. Ii n at la a. In. Ii berm in at the mini a on hop Cren Street Pup fat. Not Wor shipping in the High school building on sou11 main Street. Rev. Herman t. Steven Paster. Sunday school 9 a in preaching la a. In. And 7.30 p rn., preaching a the Street near passenger Eta lion on Saturni a nights at 7 3o p we Are read to serve a Ai at nil times with the be a meats groceries am. Vegetables the Market at turds it reasonable i ices. Let us serve you. C. A. Lewis Aoi South main St. Imine 218

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