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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page four Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of int Rye High Point North Carolina sunday june 4, 1939 Madeline Hoover editor Tel aprons social and dial Sci cities hours 8 30 a m. To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 am. To 6 . Junior club dance for seniors gala affair ladies Bridge tuesday a. M. I first event of the month for the Emerywood country club was the successful Junior dance held Friday evening honouring the senior class at the local High school. There was a Large attendance and Basil Freeman and his local orchestra furnished music for the affair. With the first biweekly ladles1 Bridge on tuesday the sum Mer hour for these affairs 10 30 a. Rn., will go into effect and members Are asked to take note of this change. Luncheon for the Bridge party w ill be served immediately after play and reservations for this party and the next ladies Bridge on june 20 should be made not later than 7 p. In. On the preceding Day. Hostesses will be mesdames r. L Brinson and e. G. Watkins. Entre Nous closes meetings of year with luncheon elects new officers members of the entre Nous club concluded their meetings for the summer with a delightful luncheon at the Forest Hill smoke House on South Stratford Road Winston Salem on thursday afternoon at one o clock with eleven members and five guests in attendance. The group motored to Winston Salem at noon and on their arrival at this newly opened place found their places at four daintily appointed tables in the lounge where a colourful setting of Early summer Flowers was in achieved. A two course repast was served. After the group held a Short business session the an Nual election of officers was featured. Mrs. A. Morris being chosen to head the club next year while mrs. Hayden was elected to the office of Secretary and treasurer. Members present were mesdames l a. Terry w. Beav ans j. W. Harris Charles f. Long j. A. Morris j. Hayden c. B. Overman b. S. Cummings s. Clark. A. E. Tate and Howard s. Hartzell. While guests for the afternoon included miss Carrie Ogburn and mrs. Mccrary of w i n 11 o n a Salem guests of their sister. Mrs. S. Clark and in. Andrews of Greensboro who came by invite lion of her Slater mrs. L. R. Terry. Misses Jarrett Bridge hostesses for miss Dixie Thomas Bride elect lies to West coast miss Henley has birthday party at Randleman Randleman. June 3.�? special a miss Ruth Henley entertained on her 10th birthday saturday afternoon at 2 30 of clock. Ruth served ice Cream to the following Virginia and Jay Hanes Jean and Carol Fleming. Tommie and Betty Jean sink and Mary Frances Bulla. Ruth received Many gifts from her Little friends. Charles Curtis of the United states Navy san Pedro California recently visited miss Dot Henley of Randleman. Mrs. Leonard seas of Danville. Va., is visiting her sister mrs. Kenneth sink. Mrs. Edgar sink spent tuesday in Greensboro. A charming Courtesy was paid miss Dixie Thomas when misses Sarah and Martha Jarrett entertained at Bridge Friday evening at their Home on the Winston Salem Road. In the living room Bridge was in play at six tables against a colourful background of Sweet peas and Madonna lilies. The place of the honoree was designated by a Small White Satin Pillow bearing a wedding ring and at one Corner was a miniature wedding veil. Tallies carrying out the wedding ring idea were used. When cards were Laid aside miss Anna Elisabeth Kearns High scorer was awarded a Book and miss Mary Tice received As Consolation prise a Novelty vase. The out of town guest. Mrs. Howard Heinz of Audubon n. J., and miss Nell Ninestein Blackville s. C., were presented a miniature vase and stationery. Miss Thomas was Given Crystal in her selected pattern. A salad course was served to the following who made up the tables misses Thomas. Bettyse Chrest. Mildred Marsh. Dot Hoskins. Marie Snider Jane Austin. Dorothy Cummings Edythe Crooks. Anna Elisabeth Kearns love monday Claudine Kirkman. Alice Chandler Nell Ninestein. Nancy Hill Mary Tice mesdames Earl Craver Bill Ferree a. A. Koontz Tai Ellington a. G. Ellington jr., Claude Smith jr., Robert guar no Robert Taylor. Howard Heinz. Coming in for refreshments were mrs. W. W. Snider mrs. R. H. 8echrest. Misses Nancy and Joanne Sechrest. Mrs. Peggy z. Babcock of High Point and Greensboro is shown above As she Ixia ded the transport plane of the Eastern air lines for a visit to the West Oast where she will spend about two weeks visiting relatives. She will a a Enid sometime in Hollywood and san Francisco visiting Points of interest in the former and attending the fair in the latter place. Mrs. Babcock will return to High Point about june the glad girls class of the Randleman Baptist Church met in regular session saturday at the Home of miss Hazel and Helen Owens. Twelve members were present. The meeting was opened with scripture Reading by miss Dorothy Henley and the lords prayer repeated in unison. Miss Ruth Mccollum had charge of the program. Parts As follows life of famous women in the Bible Martha by Bessie Williams Esther Ruby Stout Jezebel Nelle Robbins. During the business the class decided to give mrs. D. D. Bassett a former member a card Shower. A social hour was enjoyed under the direction of miss Ruby Stout. The hostesses assisted by their Mother mrs. Ina Owens served delicious refreshments. Weds this morning miss Bonnie Meyer Adams pictured above will become tile Bride of James Cranford Montgomery of this City this morning in a nine of clock ceremony at the Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. W. T. Adams of Statesville. Duke alumni will sea scouts plan hold class meets Bridge of Honor Church social several Small Bridge parties feature week s social activities Thomasville Creek St. to meet this week the woman1 Miami Mary Union circles of Green Street Baptist Church will meet this week As follows no. I with mrs. R. E Haler on Tate Street thursday at 7 10 no. 2 with mra. Henry Smith. 1 404 Harmon Street. Tuesday at 7 30 no. 3 with mrs. W. A. Howell. 512 White Oak Street thursday at 7 30 no. 5 with mrs. Cross 1118 Campbell Street on tuesday at 7 30 no 8 with or. H. Dorsett. 240 Boulevard. Monday at 3 30. A Abbotts Cheek pm 11. Ath meet the Philathea class of thab Bott a Creek sunday school met Friday night at the Home of mrs. Hobart Garrison. After an interesting program and Brief business session or. Garrison served delicious refreshments. Gheen Street Dorcas class meets monday the Dorcas class of the Green Street Baptist Church will hold its regular monthly meeting monday evening at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. W. Kay 303 Park Street. The revealing of Tala will take place at this time. Aaa first Baptist Philathea i a is meeting tomorrow the regular monthly meeting of the Philathea class of the first Baptist Church will be held tomorrow evening at 7 3o of clock at the Church when mrs. Gertrude Pemberton a group will serve As hostesses. Aaa Ward Street Circle postpones meeting Circle three of Ward Street m. E. Church which was scheduled to meat tomorrow june 5, has postponed its meeting until monday june 12. According to an announcement made yesterday. Members Are asked to take note of this change in Date of meeting. Eliza Beth Ebright class meets priday the Elizabeth Albright class of the Ward Street m. E. Church will meet Friday evening at the Gibson clubroom on North main Street when mrs. P. Johnson will be hostess at this regular meeting presbyterian Circle meetings on monday the woman s auxiliary will meet by circles on monday As follows Circle no i mrs b. A Hunter. Mrs. E. E White 1103 Greenway Circle no. 2, mrs. W. loan 638 colonial drive Circle no. 3. Mrs. W. R. Campbell. 216 Edge Dale drive Circle no. 4, mrs. T. Gold mrs. H. A. Gay nay Sedgefield Circle no. 5, mrs. D. W. Blalock mrs. H. Mou Rane 308 Denny Circle no. 6. Mrs. W. Stanley Davis 623 colonial drive Circle no. 7, in. Harry Brown. 713 West Farriss Avenue Circle no. 8. Mrs. G. E. And g. W. Hutchens West Lexington Extension Circle no. 9, mrs. R. A. Herring 807 East Lexington. Evening circles will meet at 7 30 monday night As follows Circle no. I. Mra. Carrie Mcgurt. Mrs. Margaret Lilly and mrs. N. P. Alexander Guilford county Sanitorium Circle no 2, miss Wilma Byerly 218 West Ray Street Aud Circle no. 3, mrs. E. Oglesby 230 Shirley. Central friends auxiliary to meet the general meeting of the auxiliary of the Central friends Church will be held tomorrow at 3 30 at the Church Annex. A Fidelis class has regular meeting the Fidelis class of Abbotts Creek sunday school met Friday night at the Home of mrs. Ruth Holder. Mrs. Lucille Spurgeon presided and after minutes and other business a program of original talks was presented by mrs. Frank Spurgeon mrs. Roy Hayworth Darline Garrison. Mary Frances Hayworth Nellis Green and Bessie Fay Williams. A social hour followed. The july meeting will be with miss Mary Frances Hayworth. Open saturday june to Shore line tavern 830 North Ocean drive Myrtle Beach s. Quot Ocean front Quot delicious Home food mrs. S. S. Coe manager newly furnished slumber time mattresses special to the Enterprise Thomasville june 3. A miss mate Snell entertained with a Small but attractive Bridge party at her Home on Myers Street thursday evening when she entertained members of her Bridge club and a few additional guests. Two tables were in play in the living room where a profusion of Lovely summer Flowers formed a colourful background. Mrs. D. M. Jester excelled in playing and received a week end cosmetic set As prize while an identical award went to mrs. M. Elledge for second High score. The prize for travelling honors a Box of Novelty soap was won at least by mrs. John r. Myers. An ice course was served to mesdames d. M. Jester m. Kludge h. T Hethcock Moyer Mendenhall. John r. Myers and misses Marie Jones and Madeline Hoover when cards were Laid aside. Mrs. Frank Murr graciously entertained members of the sans Souci Bridge club and a few guests at an enjoyable meeting at her Home on Spring Street thursday afternoon when two tables of Bridge furnished entertainment. Summer Flowers formed a seting for the game in the living room and when scores were added mrs. Fred Gray was awarded lingerie As High score prize for the club members while a cosmetic set went to mrs. R. M. Cooksey who excelled in playing among the visitors. Refreshments were later served to those making up the tables who included mesdames Walter Newby Harry Lee Lambeth. Paul Hassler e. L. Webb r. M. Cooksey Howell r. Kyser and Fred Gray. Mrs. Bill Crews was hostess to members of the wednesday night contract club at her Home Here of Bridge being in play. A profusion of summer Flowers graced the Home and prizes were won by miss owe Tiee Everhart and miss Hellene Wright who received a luncheon set and perfume respectively an ice course was served to mesdames Tom Peacock w. T. Harris. Chester my ers and misses Clara Gray White Hollene. Of. Ray Hoover accompanied by her Mother mrs. W. F.,Rader of Newton returned Friday to the City after spending the past week in new York City where they visited the worlds fair. They were accompanied by mrs. Raders son or. William Rader of Washington. D. Miss Beth Macdonald of Wagram is spending sometime Here with or. And mra. Dave males Ter. The former her sister and or. And mrs. R. L. Macdonald. Or. Mcdonald is her brother. Or. And mrs. W. Boyle left Friday for Gainesville ga., to attend commencement exercises at Riverside military Academy where the son Billy. Is a member j of the graduating class. Roger Matthews has returned j to his Home Here after Eom Plet ing his year s study at the uni varsity of North Carolina. Chapel j Hiu. Ann Grimes Young daughter j of or. And mrs. Forest Grimes has returned Home after spending two weeks with her grand j parents. Or. And mrs. T. Mcneill at roaring . Or. Spencer Carleton of Gardner mass., is visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. Charles f. Lambeth at their Home on Randolph Street. Miss Isabel Boyles left Friday for Bennettsville s. C., where she will attend the wedding of miss Claire Hazel to John Schuyler House Knect whose marriage takes place today in that City. Neal Blair of Boon is spend j ing sometime Here with or. And j mrs j. R. Blair at their Home on j Salem Street. Miss Mary Alice Hoover a student at Saint Mary s school. Raleigh. Has returned to her Home to spend the summer with her parents or. And mrs. G. M. Hoover. Vierge Lyles or. Has returned Home from Duke University where he is in school and will spend the summer vacation Here. Or. And mrs. R. K. Farrington and children Nancy and John Are spending two weeks in new York City. Mrs. Hall has returned to her Home in Washington after a visit with mrs o. Wall at her Home on Cramer Street. James Pickard of u. N. C., Chapel Hill will arrive Friday to spend the summer with his parents or. And mrs. James o. Pickard. Miss Era Templeton is spending this week with her parents or. And mrs. W. Templeton at North Wilkesboro n. Or. And mrs. Cletus Hardin spent sunday with or. And mrs. Whitson at Burlington n. Mrs. Ell Harrison of Statesville spent the past week with her sister mis. R. B. Ellington. Mrs. O. L. Pierce of Spencer spent tuesday with mrs. R. E. Allred. Mrs. Clyde plaster. Mrs. Margaret Nelson miss Sarah Bobbitt of Greensboro spent thursday with miss Nora Hughes. Mrs. Emma Ball mrs. Young and daughter Dorothy and b. B. Hughes of Danville va., spent sunday with miss Nora Hughes. Mrs. Marian Lee miss Frances Hauner of Greensboro spent sunday with miss Jessie Moser. Or. And mrs. A. E. Sumner announce the birth of a son. May 20. Or. And mrs. Cyrus Hughes announce the birth of a son Charles Donald Friday May 26. Or. L. Stokes Howard Ferguson. Or. D. Kistler g. P. Upton. Weaver Lineberry and Eddie Fitzmaurice attended the District meeting of the Lions club at the King Cotton hotel in Greensboro. Denton news special to the Enterprise Denton june 3 a the auxiliary of the Central methodist Church entertained members of the missionary society of the first methodist Church monday night with mrs. Geo. L. Curry presiding. Mrs. D. M. Sexton was in charge of the devotional of which prayer was the theme. A a duet was Sung by miss Virginia Curry and mrs. Margaret Webb. Mrs. Bisher president of the missionary society led in prayer. This was followed by a Short business session. Guest speakers for the evening were misses Dora Zimmerman. Margaret Perryman and mrs. Neese. The meeting closed with prayer by mrs. Neese followed by a social hour. Refreshments were served in the class room. Margaret Webb and Small of Washington Are spending a few Days Here with her father Rev. G. L. Curry and mrs. Curry or. And mrs. Garland Morris and mrs. R. L. Penry and children spent sunday afternoon in Mocksville with or. And mrs. Walter Craver. Miss Virginia Curry of High Point is spending a few Days Here with relatives a visa Ruth Morris of High Point i son spent the week end Here with friends. Or and mrs la c. Powell spent tuesday in Greensboro on business. Mrs. Vernon Nance and children of High Point recently spent the Day Here with relatives. Mrs. Max wee cock and baby of Winston Salem Are spending sometime with her parents. Or. And mrs. Jim Kearns. Miss Novella Penry and s. D. Smith of High Point spent sunday Here with friends. Miss Lillie Deaton spent the week end in Thomasville with or. And mrs. Ira Deaton. Rev. And mrs. Clarence Russell of Dobson have returned to their Home. They were accompanied Home by or. Russells Mother mrs. T. Russell. Or. And mrs. P. D. Hamilton or. Aud mrs. L. V. Johnson spent sunday visiting Points of interest in the Western part of the state. Or and mrs canard Sexton and miss Pauline Sexton of Asheboro spent the week end Here with h. P. Sexton. Or. And mrs. E Wilkins and mrs. W. Morris spent sunday afternoon in Thomasville the guest of Rev. And mrs. W. M Rayburn mrs. Rome Hardy and children it Lexington spent a Lew Days a Setliff Mabe vows in Danville va., revealed in City or. And mrs. W. D. Set left announce the marriage of their daughter Elsie Marie to Hassel j. Mabe in Danville. Va., on March i. Rev. Leonard r. Black officiated. They were accompanied to Danville by or. And mrs. Luther Mcpherson. The Groom is the youngest son of w. W. Mabe of this City and is connected with the Pepsi cola bathing company. The couple will make their Home in this City. Ewe or. Praigg s father is critically Iii friends of Noble t. Praigg. Of this City will regret to learn that he was called suddenly to Indianapolis iud., last night by the Cri tical illness of his father who was reported to have Little Chance to recover. Evelyn Brown of 506 Steele Street left yesterday for Durham where she will attend a party honouring Betty Jean Tyson who celebrates her 10th birthday sunday. Miss Tyson is visiting her grandmother mrs. N. R. Tyson there. Betty Jean is a Nice of mrs. B. Denning of this City whom she has visited Here several times. Japanese China. Will raise sheep ii Here the past week with mrs. Hardy a father h. P Sexton. Or. And mrs. Edmond Sexton. Of Mocksville spent the week end free with mrs. Savannah Sexton. Or. And mrs. E. O. Cutting of High Point spent sunday Here with relatives. Or. And mrs. James Massey of Bristol tenn., spent the week end Here with mrs. Joe Hul mrs. Harold bisher and Daugh Ter and miss Mary Ella bisher spent a few Days the past week in Greensboro with relatives. Miss Ruth Morris is spending ing this week in Southmont with her parents or. And mrs. A. G Morris. Mrs. Arthur Lanier is spending several Days in Harmony with her parents or. And mrs. Davis or. And mrs. D. M. Sexton and family spent sunday afternoon at Farmer guests of or. And mrs j. W. Luther. Miss Golden Morris of Greensboro spent the week end Here with relatives w. A. Bivins and t. Kirkman president of Tho class groups Durham n. C., june 3.�? leave it to the old grads to Pitt Pep into commencement doings. So say the officers and members of the dozen classes planning reunions during Duke University a finals now in Progress. Neither the worlds fair nor summer vacations will interfere with the attendance of close to 1,000 alumni at the various finals occasions. The real old timer of the reunion classes Are the 24 living members of the class of 1889. A special table is to he reserved for them at the aim no alumnae luncheon at 12 45 p. In. On monday. E. L. Moffitt of Burlington. Is in charge of the class reunion arrangements. All four classes that began their work at the opening of the new entry will hold reunions. Or. A a. Lambeth of Winston Salem. Class president. Is in charge of a ols dinner meeting at 6 p. In. Sunday at the University Union. At the same hour the class of 02. With . A. Bivins of High Point president in charge will hold a dinner meeting. Robert r. Taylor is president of the �?T03 class which will meet at i p. In. Sunday at the Union after attending exercises in the Chapel. H. Satterfield of Durham president of the class of �?T04. Will meet with his group Ai the luncheon monday afternoon. The class of �?T09, whose president m. A. Briggs of Durham is in charge of arrangements will meet at the Washington Duke hotel at 7 p. In. Sunday for dinner. Prof. Watnea Cannon ii of Durham is in charge of the 25th year reunion dinner of the class of 1914, whose president is or. T. T. Spence of Raleigh. The class will Dine at 6 p. In. Sunday at the Union. B. U. Rose of Durham 1920 class president will preside at the dinner of his reuniting classmates at 6 p. In. Sunday in the University Sandwich shop. T. Kirkman of High Point is president of the class of 1922. A local committee headed by w. A. Tyree is in charge of stranger ments for the dinner at 6 p. In. Sunday in the Union. The class of 1923 will meet at 5 30 p. In. Sunday for a dinner at the woman College Union. E. Jordan of Durham class president will preside. John c. Council of Wilson is president of the �?T29 group which is to meet at 6 30 p. In. Sunday. A. Dukes of Durham is in charge of the dinner arrangements. The a a baby reunion class is that of 38, with William earn get of Durham class president in Harge. The class will Dine at the University Union at 6 30 p. In. On sunday. The monday luncheon for All returning alumni and alumnae will be held in the main dining rooms of the West Campus Union. P. H. Hanes la of Winston Salem. President of the alumni association will preside. Miss Blanche Henry Clark �?T27, of Nashville tenn., president of the alumnae association will represent her group. Alumni Are expected to come from Many states for the finals program. Duke alumni now reside in every state and in 31 foreign countries. The oldest living alumnus to hold a degree from Trinity College is c. B. Townsend of Lumberton who was graduated More than 50 years ago. Owca Secretary leaves for period of study vacation mrs. Zillah r. Hopkins general Secretary of the local Young women a Christian association. Left yesterday for an absence cd two months during which time she will have her usual months vacation and take up further study of y. W. A. Work. Mrs. Hopkins goes from her to Danville Kentucky where she will spend a Short time with her aunt mrs. W. B. Thomas and from there will go to Cincinnati. Ohio. For another visit with relatives being the guest of her sister mrs. R. T. Dickerson for ten Days. After leaving Cincinnati she will go to new York City where she will spend the remainder of her leave of absence studying various phases of y. c. A. Work of which the is in charge in this City. While in new York she will also attend the worlds fair and expects to return to High Point to resume her duties at the hut on schember first. During mrs. Hopkins absence her work will be in charge of miss Leslie Johnson a member of the local school faculty who previously served As temporary general Secretary at the y. I c. A. Following the departure of miss Nelle Ansley former Secretary Here of take up work in Hawaii. Miss Johnson is fitted to do substitute work in this position having served so efficiently at that time. E. Society plans picnic on tuesday Christian endeavours throughout the City Are making plans to attend an Outing tuesday evening at 7 30 of clock in the form of a picnic at the historic deep River friends Church Northeast of High Point. Endeavour from each local Church will carry a picnic supper and All will enjoy this together along with Fellowship and fun specially planned. After this the endeavours will meet in the Church hut and Complete plan for the 41st annual state c. E. Convention to he held at High Point College june 22-25 with the local endeavours As hosts. The registration committee in the local societies Are sponsoring an Active registration Campaign today with the Hope of reaching the High Point quota of 150 registrations. Mra. Mabel Joiner Heads this committee and she is asking that each society registrar have a definite report. The convention Christian Endeavor chair being organized and trained under the leadership of Rev. Clay Madison and a c. Lovelace will hold its regular practice this afternoon at thai first mate e. L. Rio Watn of the first m. P. Church and the rep sea scout ship Tallassee of Salisbury will receive their certificates of affiliation their Crew will also be presented with their apprentice rank. Skipper Pickard of the Lexington sea scout patrol in troop 229, too will be Given his training course certificate. But the boy of the Chesapeake have not been asleep All this time. At the recent Lender Ous held at High Rock Lake on May 4, 5, 6, All of them except one attended and took part in the water activities including boat racing Competition and swimming and the Camp fire programs k. P. Kitchen police duty and orderly duty aboard the land ship at the Greensboro base at a Bridge of Honor Bela there the local boys were Well represented and received recognition for their advancement. By Arthur Kaplan the sea scout ship Chesapeake which is sponsored by the first presbyterian Church of High Point has Laid plans for its Semi annual Bridge of Honor. This important event is to be held tuesday night june 20, in the basement of the Church. A Bridge of Honor in sea scouting corresponds to the boy scout court of Honor or the cub achievement night and just As in the two named the sea scout Are Given awards in rank and presentations for meritorious work. According to the report by skipper Jesse Wall of the Chesapeake this will be the biggest event in the history of local sea scouting in the a Hairle Council. Many High officials from this Council and adjoining councils have been extended invitations to this Bridge of Honor. Among them Are Council Commodore Everest of Salisbury and skipper Charles Hagen of the sea scout ship Davey Jones of Greensboro which is the National flagship of All sea scout ships in the United states. Terminating a six weeks training course conducted by skipper Wall skipper t. H. Weaver and Austria a Lead production is to be expanded. Rose natives from the local societies Are urged to he present for this or Active As the choir picture will be taken Charlotte pastor resigns to teach at Erskine College Charlotte june 3.�?<a>j-the Rev. William w. Boyce. Pay Tor of the Charlotte first associate reformed presbyterian Church has resigned effective september 1. To accept the Post of professor of the new testament at Erskine College due Weet s. or. Boyce will study for a year probably at Princeton University before he goes to Erskine in september 1940. He is an alumnus of Erskine. The annual total Cost of Maia a Taining the Road patrols is estimated to be Well above 24,000,- too. Blue sea inn 30 rooms a reasonable one of the outstanding guest houses at Myrtle Beach reservations advisable mrs. R. W. Mcmillan a owner manager a new convertible Coupe with Power operated top that raises or Lowers itself at the twist of a lever on the instrument Board is now being placed on the Market. Of tit Utt Sun tanned too Darr toned skin spoil your chances for Romance lbs with Palmer s skin Whitener. Help remove sur frs pimples outer freckles. 2sc St drug stores Sample deposing or. Fred primers pre. Be �.i57#auanta, a. I hear. Radio revival Oyer the Carolina gospel network daily 8 13-8 45 a. M. Over a m f r West i 12 h to High Point 15th pc Salisbury w g n c w s i a i i�?~2o pc ��?~20 pc Gastonia Spartanburg broadcasting the old time religion Send the above and to radio revival p. O. Box hos Spartanburg 8. C., for a free gospel motto sent postpaid John a. Leland by Angelis a Anh director \

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