High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 15 1926, Page 2

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 15, 1926, High Point, North Carolina \ s Page 2high Point Enterprise. Friday january 15, 1926 sunday school Institute had an enthusiastic session several interesting discussions heard the fourth amp it Pion of the High Point township sunday school in a to Lute was Well attended last night at. The Wesley memorial methodist Church. Ninety five pastors superintendents teachers and officers of sunday schools were presen. The session was said to be the Best so tar a Elci l y thu Lute. D. A Sims of Raleigh spoke on the subject Quot plans and i log Finis for successful workers he said Quot the first question to a asked is a what is a worker s Council a the following is the Best definition i know first., it is a meeting of All teachers and worker in the sunday school second it is a place where failures Are frankly faced third it is a place where plans Are made for the future so the same failures will not be made the second time fourth it is a place where the sunday school administration becomes a democratic proposition instead of an autocratic proposition. Or. Marion Lawrence who was known throughout the world As the Prince of sunday school us a to May that a workers Council was to the sunday school what u Coaling station and water tank were to a train. Quot the second question that is usually asked about a workers Council is. A when and How often should it meet the Day of the week and the hour of meeting is entirely a local matter und should a decided upon in the Light of local conditions. The meetings should be held at least once a month. Quot the third question is a what kind of program should be carried out in workers programs a Many of Tho most successful schools begin the meetings with supper and the supper is usually paid for out of a fund arranged for the purpose. The program of work consists of a general meeting in which All teachers and workers take part and in the Large schools a part of the time is devoted to departmental conferences. In Hie departmental meetings the special problems of the department Are discussed. In the general part of the now is the time to prepare for the colder weather that is sure to come let is fill your Coal bin for you inlay. Prices right w. A. Davis ice and Coal phone 2141 i. W. Sims general superintendent North Carolina sunday school association of Raleigh who addressed session last night. Program there would be such items As reports from the treasurer the general Secretary from committees i appointed for special work Aud so on. There would also be time for j recommendations a few words from the pastor and any special matter that needed consideration Quot the rules for having a Success Ful workers Council Are very simple and Are As follows begin on j time Stop on time have a definite program stick to the subject insist on Brevity and use All the people or. Owen c. Brown followed or. Sims with a discussion of the Young Peoples department of sunday school work. He stated Quot the to work in our sunday schools is done in the children a division bet when we get up to the teen age the sunday school is a Good Deal like a coarse Sieve with Many broken wires and our boys Anil girls slip through and Are Quot gone jul t at the time we should bring our Christian inst action and leadership to its Bud and Flower. A i passed a bulletin Board on a Church a Short time ago which con i trained the following sentence in i Large letters this Church has Al program for Young such a sentence might Well be upon every j Church bulletin Bourd and in the hearts and minds of the workers j Quot How can such a program be made first get leaders. The pastor superintendent and some others should dedicate themselves to work Dor Young people just As children a workers consecrate themselves to i that work. They will study to know Young people to sympathize with them build plans with them and Lead them in instruction in worship in social life and in be race. Quot second have class Organiza-1 tons where other leaders will be developed among themselves. They like to be trusted with responsibility and they grow As they learn to i Lead. Special rooms or curtained off i spaces Are a great help to such classes. Third Young people should have special worship periods for themselves either at the sunday school time in their departments or at another time in the Young Peoples meeting. Sundae school workers should see to it that these devotional meetings Are conducted with Caro Aud skill As Are the sunday school classes. Young people need both guidance and Freedom in their religious instruction and expression. A a there should also be a program of recreation and social life. Christianity is a Joyful religion and can he made to fit into Young people s desire for a Good time. Quot last there should be plans for service through which Young Pio be May find practical ways of helping those in their own Community who Ara in need. Such service should be Etc ruled Usu in they Are brought into sympathetic touch with the world wide miss Daisy Magee children a division superintendent of the North Carolina sundays Quot fool association spoke on a a some tilings the teacher of children should her address was Given under three general Heads. First the teacher should know the mind of the child second the teacher should know materials third the teacher should know methods. Quot the child a said miss Magee Quot Lias a vivid imagination which should to utilized by the teacher of religion. The older children Are hero worshippers and have a sense of time and distance. They should at this period be taught biblical a a All teachers a a she continued a a should be familiar with extra biblical and worship she discussed two methods the question and answer method and the Story method. The program for this evening s session starting at 7 30 of clock follows 7 30�? song. Scripture Reading and prayer. Rev. H. T. Stephens pastor Green Street Baptist Church. Song. 7 40�?three sunday schools. Miss Daisy Magee. 8 10�?the adults Chance in the sunday school. Or. Owen c. Brow n. 8 40�?song. Record of attendance. S 50�?trained worke rss Why and How. D. W. Sims. 9 10�?offering for support of the North Carolina sunday school association. 0 20�?adjourn. Realty transfers Tot a ,500 six deeds recorded from this City largest Transfer from Greensboro taken toi mine All but five of those found have been identified by relatives Iso s. Main High Point 222 n. Elm Greensboro Lizzie Gooch a distinctive millinery daily arrivals of new Spring hat it a ventilating All new ideas which Are pro ducts of artist in the development of Milady head adornment. These Are being featured in braids. Straws Silks etc., the styles and prices Are most appealing saturdays specials special lot of velvet hats.$2.50 felts.$1.50 Wilburton okla., a r. 15.�? apr the grim work of re nov a i ing 9 j bodies from the Degnan a Mcconnell mine no. 21, near Here i which was wrecked b a Gas ex-1 Losion Early wednesday halted i temporarily late last night when i i is bodies had been recovered. The i i remaining bodies Are in the debris and the passage ways will have to j be cleared before they can be1 reached. All but five of the bodies taken i from the mine have been identified. In the undertaking parlor bodies Are lying in rows while across the Street in a temporary morgue 37 caskets contained other corpses. Funeral services for Many of the dead will be held today some of them from the mortician chapels and others from the various churches of Tho City. Forty convicts from the state Penitentiary at Mcalester will arrive Here this morning to dig the Graves. De Boyle state mining inspector who la Here said last night that he would Start a thorough investigation of the tragedy today. He stated his belief that the explosion was caused by a. Gas pocket. Most of the bodies which were recovered indicated that the miners had died from suffocation Aud not from external injuries. Ratter times ahead. Fayetteville. Jan. 15 map a indicative of increasing Prosperity in the Cotton Mill Industry is the announcement of the contemplated erection Here of 40 new houses for Mill operatives to be built at the Tolar and Holt Mill. The houses Are to be built to accommodate the night shift which is being put to work in the Mill. The to new workers Are necessitated because of the larger orders being received by the Mill it is said Here. The additional number of employees will mean an added weekly payroll of $1,500, it is stated by Mill officials. _ oldest Roll in Europe. Lanark Jan. 15.�?thin town claims to have the oldest Bell in Europe to is in the town Steeple and still is in Good condition. The Sale by p. Ii. Beeson to Lillian m. Legrand of a lot on Tremont drive Greensboro for $9,500 was the largest realty Transfer registered yesterday. The total for the Day was about $47,000. Other deed flied were High Point township a. L. Isom to g. L. Conrad lot on Winston Salem High Point Road for $5,500. S. E. Montgomery to w. H. Grissom lot adjoining property of Grissom for $1,000. F. J. Cox to m. Deaton lot in the High Point real estate and Trust company plot for $500. Daniel Eagle to Fred c. Green lot in Snow Park for $3,000. Tom d. Hedrick to eur Light lot of the Best property for $4,500. Farlow insurance and realty company to r. P. Neese lot in the Grimes and Clark subdivision for $2,000. Morehead township a. E. Little to Charles Swaringen. Lot in Silver run Park for $3,500. J. S. Moore to h. V. Allen lot fronting on e Avenue for $4,000. C. L. Harbour to j. S. Moore lot fronting on e Avenue for $1,000. G. F. Blackman to e. D. Davis lot fronting 80 feet on South Cedar Street for $500. Brown real estate company to j. L. Jones lot on West Bragg Street for $1,000. James e. Brown to a. M. Scales lot fronting 40 feet on Spring Garden Street for $3,200. A. M. Scales to James e. Brown lot fronting 210 feet on the Fidelity Road for $4,500. Sumner township a. C. Sra Oak to e. D. Davis lot of the w. M. Clark property for $500. Jamestown township a. K. Boren lot in Edgefield for $3,000. Atlantic insurance and realty company to j. P. Rawley lot in Riverside Park for $500. Atlantic insurance and realty company to Margaret h. Mendenhall lot in Riverside Park for $500. Sedgefield inc., to j. N. Williams son. Lot in the Grant or a subdivision for $5,500. _ Gold footballs. Hickory Jan. 15.�? apr in recognition of their service during the past Gridiron season members of the Lenoir Rhyne football eleven have been presented with Gold footballs. Money was donated by various Hickory business men. And added to a sum raised by College alumni to Purchase the emblems for the wearers of the Garnet and Black. Astor Wrout words Senate committee hears representatives of both sides on Watson Parker Bill had the a a overwhelming support Quot of the carriers. Donald r. Ruchberg counsel for the organized railway employees said Twenty Railroad employ yes associations representing All of the Standard Railroad workers Bodle endorsed the Hill. The Bill is designed to furnish a Means for peaceful settlement of Railroad labor disputes. Bounty for triplets London. Jan. 15.�?the Kings Bounty has been sent to mrs. Tar-1 Kins wife of a customs House boat j Man who recently gave birth to triplets. _ London Jan. 15.�?a Large Quantity of cocaine was found Byj narcotic agents hidden in the Mast of a ship. It was discovered Only after a Large Aan Bole covering j was taken up. American today and tomorrow meet Joanna with Dorothy Mackaill done to miss the biggest entertainment the american has offered in Many a week. A million dollars Worth of entertainment. Admission matinee children i or. Adults 33c a evenings children 10c adults 30c. Broadway last Day Tom Moorland Zasu Pitts in a pretty ladies the True Story of that witching hour on the Street of Bright lights and of a Birl who found love there lost it again and then because she believed lit a Man won it for All time Broadway tomorrow Only Hoot Gibson in a Arizona sweepstakes if Yon like a real Western see this. Wide in action thrills and adventure. Washington Jan. 144.�? a i a passage of the Watson Parker i Railroad Bill wag urged Oclay be fore the Senate interstate com j Merce committee by representatives of both the carriers Aud employees. Alfred p. 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Baylor a saturdays specials last Call on Coats our Racks must be cleared tomorrow Coats Worth tip to $95 go on Sale at $29.75 others at like reductions silk and Wool dresses for Quick clearance Worth up to $35.00 go on Sale at. $5.95 for Good Coal phone 354 Siceloff in amp Coal co. Shoe bargains no matter where you May roam you will not find better or bigger bargains than we offer you Here in our january shoe cd i Ranee Sale. Jacobs is famed throughout this Section for the wonderful shoe values they offer. You too can share in these bargains. Drop in to our store see for yourself the displays we Are making see the High Quality the Correct styling and the Low prices that we Are asking and then you will understand the reason for this wonderful reputation which we Are enjoying. I Quot shoes for men women and children at reduced prices tomorrow is the Day come buy save Jacobs Boot shop 131 South main Street High in Quality in Price i of Cut rate furniture co. 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