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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 15, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Church directory Ich urch Esi fill of attend Church tomorrow Tho dist Esley memorial sunday 9 45 a. school. La a. and mock Acyl or. Eniree h. Blackd. 8 p. message of the of of revelation for our Day a a. Pm Bree h. Blackard. Monday meeting of the spiritual life friends lutheran 3 30 p. In. High boyhood soups. 7 30 q in. Mer Board urch office. Tuesday 9 30-11 30 meeting of of stewards the in vacation Church Bool for children 6-12 years d. Thursday 4 30 p. Wesley cynic at the City Lake. By a by d. V. Howell pastor. Church school 9 45 a in. A darks Days and rays of Light the subject of the morning Rmon. A the Christian in a dark Orlds is the subject of the 7 45 in. Sermon. Epworth league 7 p. In. Prayer meeting wednesday 45 p. In. Bavo v sunday school begins at 9 45 in. Morning worship begins # at 00 a. In. This will be a Spe-1 fathers Day service and the est father present will be honed. Pastor o. L. Easter will each on theme a charge to e fathers text Demon 17 19 evening service begins at 7 30 in. Subject of message a the of of life. Text Job 7 6. Christian Endeavor society 6 45 in. Mid week service wednesday 30 p. In. Me Stowe Oakdale w. Fink pastor. Preaching by a visiting min sat Jamestown at la . And Oakdale at 7 30 . Sunday school at to a in. And Ling people of both churches t at 6 45 . The pastor is on his vacation. Springfield Bible school to a. In. Worship service la a. In. Rev. Tom a. Sykes will give a message on the subject. A the truth that makes men Bible school Day will be observed and classes Are asked to sit with their teachers. The Christian Endeavor societies will not meet because of the state a e. Convention which is being held at Elon College. Al Young people Are urged to attend the night session of the convention. Monday afternoon from 2 to 4 o clock the daily vacation Bible school will Start lasting two weeks and will be under the leadership of mrs. Ethel Payne. Wednesday night at 7 30 the monthly business meeting will be held. Friday night the Martha Jay class will hold its regular monthly business meeting. Grace Missouri Synod Corner of fifth and Sherrod. R. E. Mennen pastor. G. W. Mascher s. S. Supt. To a. school and Bible class. Ila. worship. Sermon topic a the Centurion of Capernaum a Model of believing 7 30 p. discussion hour. 7 30 wednesday a a Walther league social meeting. Central Bible school at 9 45 with Horace s. Haworth superintendent. During morning worship at la. The pastor. Cecil e. Haworth will speak on a Why does t god Stop the War a there will be no evening activities at the Church sunday night. Monday morning at 9 00 the vacation school will open at the Church for All boys and girls Between the Ages of four and 12. Tuesday evening is an important meeting of the pastoral committee at 7 30. Wednesday evening at 7 30 is the monthly business meeting of the Church. Annual reports of All standing committee will be Given for the past year. Emmanuel Rev. F. L. Conrad pastor. A sin in other words will be the Sermon subject at la o clock with the text a for the Good that i would i do not but the evil which i would not. That i romans 7 19. The evening service will be held at 8 of clock with the Sermon subject a sign episcopal St. Mary a fourth sunday after Trinity. Holy communion 8 a. In. Church school 9 45 a. In. Morning prayer and Sermon la a. In. E. Aillet Street j. E. Mcswain pastor. Church school at 9 45 Newsom superintendent. Morning worship at la of clock. Evening service at 7 30. Young people meet at 6 45 . Junior league meets at 6 45 Christian science Quot god the preserver of Many will be the subject of the lesson Sermon in All churches and societies of Christ. Scientist. Sunday morning at la of clock at 3191 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. Presbyterian Baptist Pisgah Corner Worth Avenue and Wingate Street. Rev w. L. Smith pastor. Sunday school at 9 45 . F. P. Vaughn superintendent. Morning worship at la of clock. Evening worship at 7 30. Mid week prayer service at 7 30 wednesday evening will be conducted by or. Lyvengood. Swiss prepare for invasion intelligence service uncovers some disturbing information Basel. June 15.�?t.-pv�?posters advising the Public in Large Black letters of the Steps to be taken to Refl get a possible Parachute invasion appeared All Over Switzerland today As the Rhine front North of Basel showed signs of increasing tension. Sudden tightening of military preparations indicated to Neutral observers that the Swiss intelligence services Long famed As the Best informed concerning activities within the belligerent countries had uncovered some disturbing information. The tightening was reflected in orders cancelling the usual sunday leaves for soldiers and forbidding them to receive the customary week end visits from their families. French heavy artillery in the Maginot line continued pounding German objectives intermittently during the night and Early this morning Swiss watchers saw a huge Piller of flame shoot skyward behind the nazi Rhineland Gibraltar at Stein. Although it could not be confirmed. It was believed at Basel that flames came from a big German storage tank of High test gasoline whose heavy Protection of reinforced Concrete had finally been pierced by the constant pounding of French Long Range guns. The French bombardment Drew Little reply from the nails and German sources hinted that they Weer saving their ammunition for a later offensive. Sunday school lesson summary by ii. M. Allison comments on summary appreciated address care the Enterprise North main Street morning service of worship at la of clock with the pastor. Rev. A. Lincoln Fulk preaching the Sermon from the subject a the coming of evening worship at 7 30. The pastor will Exchange pulpits with or. A. B. Conrad of the first Baptist Church who will preach the Sermon. Bible school at 9 45 a. In. And a t. U. At 6 30 p. In. Mid week 30 . Service wednesday at Wein memorial sunday school 9 45 with super it indent j. A. Ltee. At the la of clock hour we will up a Layman service. The 7 30 service will he in Large of the pastor. Rev. Edw. Us Epworth league meets at 6 15. Ain Street n. Williams. Pactor. Church school at 9 30 . R. Sowers general superintend it. The pastor will preach sunday turning at la of clock on the sub t a lest we and Sun a evening at 7 30, a the secur god the Young people will meet nday evening at 6 30. The Board of stewards will Leet in regular session monday ening at 7,30 prayer meeting wednesday eyeing at 7 30. Mah memorial sunday St Bool at 9 45. A. In. Ward comr non superintend it. Preaching at Ila in. And 7 30 in. By the pastor or. J. D. Wilms. Prayer meeting wednesday eve no at 7 30. Angelic Al and Ritter med St Rev. Hoy l. Fesperman pastor sunday at Hool at 9 45 . J. Hedrick superintendent. A the failure of a father will the subject of the morning Mes be by the pastor. The Mission and will meet during the Church or under the direction of mrs. Elen Martin the Young people will meet at . The evening service is at 8 of Ock. Subject of the pastor Rmon will be. A windows to Ards the menus brotherhood will get monday night at the Church 7 of clock. This meeting will held in the form of a father d son banquet prayer service wednesday at 30 . The daily vacation Bible school ill continue for another week. First 9 45 a a departmental sunday achoo. Harry l. Brown superintendent. La a in morning worship. The pastor. Or. O. Williamson will preach on a the cure for a troubled 6 15 . Young people meeting. Miss Mary Smith will Ghe a report on the Davidson conference. 7 30 pm evening service. Subject for meditation. A utne test of monday 6 30 . Men s club. Or. Wineski will show interesting moving pictures. Wednesday. 9 a Myoung peo a a _ pies choir rehearsal 7 30 . L pm map Hal on vice Quot prayer meeting 8 15 13�?�? onor choir rehearsal. Senior i Green Street sunday school a 9 30. Walter e. Srisaman superintendent. Morning worship a 11 00 Sermon a the three judgments Rev. Woodrow w. Hill. Baptist training union�?6 45 b. G. Leonard jr., director. Evening worship-�?7 45 Sermon a Hezekial s vision a Rev Woodrow h. Hill. Daily vacation Bible school open monday morning at 8 30. Fairmont Quot Park Thomasville Road James e. Swanson pastor sunday school to a. In o e. Snow superintendent. Morning worship begins at la a. In. James Crabtree will preach at this hour. Haggai urges the building of god s House lesson text Haggai 1 2-12. Golden text let us consider one another to provoke unto Good works not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together As the manner of some . 10 24-25. We might do Well to read and re read this Golden text a few times and meditate on what god Means when he tells us not to forsake assembling ourselves. We have gotten to the place today where it is almost an impossibility to get a congregation together unless there is some superfluous excitement going to take place to draw the people. May god have mercy on a nation that is granted to be the most intelligent the Best educated and the richest people in the world for forsaking the assembling of themselves together to worship the True and living god in spirit and in truth. We have gotten to a similar condition that the House of Israel had reached at the time of this lesson that Ionics tis week. The children of god had forsaken the Church for their own houses and had built their own Homes and had sat Down in them not caring a Whit whether gods Sanctuary was guided or not. This lesson dates about 52u years before Christ and after the babylonian Captivity. The foundation of the Temple had been Laid and then the work had ceased and now after about 15 years the Prophet Haggai Speaks the words of Jehovah unto the people. The first thing mentioned wrings my heart because of the similarity with conditions today. God spoke and said unto Haggai Quot this people says the time is not ome the time that the lords House should be it is truthfully said that procrastination is the thief of time yes and of god. These people were a sitting idly in their own houses and saying that Tere was no need to finish the House of god. They were being blessed with All they needed and had plenty and they saw no need to get up and work on the House for worship. How True going to be a Long time in one place or another namely hell or heaven. Brother sister Stop now and consider your ways. Where Are you going is god pleased with you today not was he yesterday but today today is what counts for in a moment in the twinkling of an Eye the bridegroom cometh and no Man. No even the Angels of heaven know the Day nor the hour but god has Given Many Many signs and said when be see these things the time is at hand Yea. Even at the door. Brother now the time is truly near at hand yes even at the door. Stop Aud consider your ways accept god j forsake sin and he ready to go with the Bride of the Lamb of god when he comes. Haggai is speaking to the people who have sown much and bring in Little a Eye eat. But be have not enough be drink but Are not filled with drink be clothe be but there is none warm and he that earn eth wages Ca met h wages to put in a bag with is not that a very Good parallel with conditions today. No one seems to have anything even after hard work. No one seems to have sufficient clothes drink or Money. A vanishes swiftly. Hardly a Day passes but someone will remark that a Dollar does not go anywhere. Yes brother sister we Are putting it in a bag with holes. Then god say to again consider our ways. And thank god there is a remedy. A go up to the Mountain and bring Wood and build the House gods House and i will take pleasure in it and i will be glorified Saith the 1-ord.�?� then god said the reason they were in such a plight was because they had left the House of god a waste and run away every Man to his own that is also the reason the heavens withheld the Dew rain i and also the reason the Earth did not bring Forth but Little fruit. God must be honoured by a nation and by an individual before he will be the Blessing to that nation or person that he would. God cannot Hies those who bring reproach on his holy name. Perhaps the reason so Many Are sick 1,000 aboard refugee ship u. S. Liner Washington on Way to new York with americans by j. Norman Lodge Galway Ireland june 15.�? up a with the u. S. Liner Washington already on to new York with More than 1.000 american refugees on Board it was understood Here today that the Manhattan will arrive in Europe within the next twelve Days to take Home 4.ooo american citizens who fled from Paris. The Manhattan now is in new York. The Washington sailed for new York this morning. A thick pea soup fog Hung Over this port As the vessel raised her anchors at 4 44 . 10 44 . Friday est and pointed her Bow toward the Stormy sea. Most of those aboard the liner were women and children Many of the latter under to years of ase. Old salts who saw the ship sail said they never before had seen so Many children aboard one vessel. To meet the unusual situation United states lines officials loaded into the Washington s refrigerators. 1,500 Gallons of milk hurriedly obtained from ail parts of Ireland. The Washington arrived Here wednesday after stops at Bordeaux France and Lisbon. Portugal where she picked up several Hundred american refugees. A a a. About Soo passengers herded i ?. °ne._0t, a it Tel a capital shorts Enterprise Bureau. Sir Walter hotel by Henry Averill Raleigh june 13.�?when june Rose. State legion commander began to preach a gospel of Quot save food this is going to be a hungry world a he was just catching up with an amiable Chap Down in Wilmington who boasts that his a cantankerous persistence has resulted in the growing of hundreds of thousands of dollars Worth of vegetables on what were once unsightly waste spots and City Eye sores. This column is ordinarily devoted to a number of Short topics but for today it will he Given Over to passing out a hit of information on Carl Rehder of Wilmington and his Hobby which feeds thousands. His idea has been a grand one in piping times of peace. It helped soften the blows of depression for thousands. It still is a Boon to Many. In time of War. He ought to he drafted to supervise and extend like activities into hundreds. Of other cities of the country. For years. Rehder an advertising Man by profession used to divert himself by More or less piddling around with Flowers and a few vegetables in his own Back Yard. He loved order and Beauty and one of his principal dislikes a directed at filthy Barren Back and often front Yards in the slums of the City. Nearly 15 years ago. He took a notion to do something about it except dislike it. That picture fits Many today. How am so Many Oul of work and Landon says wrong direction taken presidents speech misinterpreted by British press g. 0. P. Leader indicates Topeka Kansas june 15. A is a Alf Landon charged today president Roosevelt had taken a course a in the direction of a War for we hich the nation is utterly unprepared and to which the vast majority of the people Are Landon. G. O. P. Presidential nominee in 1936. Said in a statement that although he had supported he administration s foreign policies in the past he was a profoundly disturbed by the president s attitude As disclosed in hts Charlottesville speech. A the president offered to the allies a tile material resources of the nation As if the material resources of the nation were hts to or melt re myth la la a a rat Hwy of lf11&Quot a word lor4 c0b,i Quot of a a it notify cod. Dictator hip the. A jus. Liken Jat a a of of it Ltd the ship Here yesterday afternoon and approximately 200 last night. Among those Board was Alexander Vincent Dye. Commercial attache of the american embassy in Lindon. Who is retiring. The ship carried a Crew of 572. Noted speakers at Wesleyan revival High Point preacher delivers fourth of series of sermons this afternoon j Many Are so engrossed with their own selfish lives that they see no need to give a Penny to the building of the Church or to the Upkeep i of the one tha is already built. People by the millions j Given the House of god god himself a thought for months and some years. Why because they Are concerned so vitally with their own lives they can not see any other need. May god have mercy on us and Wake us up As a i nation to hit in lie ourselves turn Back to god and seek i favor before it is too late. The Prophet in then it verse thousand other things troubling them is because they have forgotten the House of god and the worship and support of gods work. These people after listening to have not j the Prophet Haggai. Obeyed the nor even voice of god and returned unto him. How we need to heed to the voice of god today and return unto him. How the sinner needs to be obedient to the voice of god and Tome of him How the Church needs to listen to the voice of god and come bark to the old fashioned altar and repentance and sing the grand old hymns that our forefathers Sang Aud oui As indicating about to enter the British do Catholic of the fathers. 3 p. M preaching by the pastor. Preaching 7 30 by t. L. Chamblin. Mid week Prater service tuesday evening 7 30 p. In. Pas and St. Edw Ards East Green Street. Rev. Herbert a. Harkins 1 tor. Mass schedule sundays. 2 to . Week Days 8 . Confessions saturday. 3 to 4 . And 7 to 8 . Sundays before mass. Novena the monthly Novena honouring the infant Jesus of Prague will begin on june 16 and end on june 25. Novena service begins after the morning mass. Convert instruction a tuesday and Friday Adenine at 7 30 at the rectory. Altar society the members of i the altar society Are planning a i supper on the evening at june 19. Tickets on Sale in the Vestibule of i the Church. Intersection of English Street Christian Tabernacle Peoples located near to and 10-a on Extension. Sunday school at 9 15 a. M the revival being conducted by or. A. A Godsey continues this week with service at 11 00 a. M. Followed by dinner on the ground at 2 o clock or. Godsey will speak on the subject using a Hart. A the Tabernacle in the wilderness a defining the various phases of its Structure and the Bih ical meaning of the different articles of furnishing. Or. Godsey will also bring the message it the 7 30 hour. The Public is invited it i announced to All these services. The revival Wil continue All this week. By London said the president s speech had been interpreted by the British Prest a hat America is the War. A the knows if not. That Only Congress has the authority to declare War and that Congress has not the slightest notion of declaring War. A nevertheless his language was so emotional Aud so Loose that it Lent itself to this British interpretation. It would be cruel indeed to arouse false Hopes in the nations that Are fighting for their the former Kansas governor said it was obvious thai american sympathies were with the allies but a this is the time above All others for the american people to keep their Heads a Wesley memorial Junior choir to give final program g to him Aud telling him to ask who dwell in houses that is the Fine private finished dwellings to consider their ways. Consider your ways. Friends we need to consider our ways today of there Ever has been a time i when we need to Stop and take a Good inventory of All of our ways. We have had brought Home to us j in the last few weeks just How cheap life is in Many parts of the world. We have no Assurance that god will not punish this nation 1 for turning away from him. We need to consider where we Are i of a i heading for. And let me say this. Turn How the nations of the world need to heed god s All to love one another even As i have loved you. Then How god would be glorified. How Jesus Christ would be lifted up. How the world would come Back to its senses and we could All be Happy and peaceful. By obeying god and considering our ways and building the kingdom of god. Peace on Earth and Good will to men would be fulfilled to the letter. There is coming a Day. Not far Distant when this shall be the Case. Are we ready for that Day could you be a citizen in that kind Pla Elf not consider and that god might have his Way that every one who reads this is with you ,. From this time Forth latest farm Market report fruits vegetables first Corner West Green and Tryon streets. Sunday school at 9 45 a in. Preaching first and third sundays at la a. In. And 7 45 p. In. Prayer meeting wednesday at 7 45 p. In. Revival services will begin sunday june 16 at 7 45 p. In. Rev. J. L. Neese. Pastor of Reidsville Christian Church will do the preaching. Rev. D Spence pastor. In holiness urch of Christ n. Hamilton Ai state its w. D. Helsabeck. Pastor. Bible school. 9 45. Communion service la a. In. J Moti subject a make evangelism unt a Christian Endeavor 6 45. The Young people who attended rest Lan service will have charge the evening service. First Rev. O. L. Ruth pallor. Sunday school 9 30 a. In. J. D. Jennings superintendent. Morning worship Ila in. Message by pastor. Young people s meeting 6 15. Mrs. A. V. Brown president. Evening worship 7 30. Message by pastor. Mid week prayer service wed-1 mesday 7 30 p. In. Cottage prayer service Friday 7 30 p. In. Gospel h. P. Williams pastor. Sunday school at 9 45 . The new building. Morning worship service at la of clock. The pastor will preach on the Book of galatians. Young Peoples service at 6 45 . Junior intermediate senior and adult societies. Evangelistic service at 7 to . A special fathers Day Send i ice. Tuesday at 7.15 p in cottage i prayer service. Thursday at 7 45 p a midweek service. Saturday at 8 service by you of Pel Tabernacle. J North Carolin shipping Point inform nation and Friday a Sale on the principal wholesale markets As reported by the u 8 agricultural marketing service and North Carolina department of i agriculture. Prices Are confined to the ranges at which the Stock of Good Marc Hanabil Quality and Condo Hon moved. Potatoes j shipments total North Carolina freight shipments thursday 448 ars it total u. 8 i too. Total North Caroline j to Date 1,981. Washington n. And nearby Eastern North Carolina Points demand Good Market firm carloads f o b. Usual terms and f o b. Shipping Points thursday. Too Pound sacks cobblers u. S no. I unwashed mostly 1.25. Few 1.30 to. _. I washed 1.35 to 1.45. F. O. B. To spec theme 0f the to Quot of i Hon and acceptance arrival. Cobblers i Hristian u. 8. No. I too Pound sacks mostly the Junior choir at Wesley memorial Church will make its last appearance of the summer in the evening service at 8 o clock. They will sing. A god of heaven hear our singing by Sykes and Quot god that Madest Karth Aud heaven by Clough As special numbers. At the evening service or. Pm Bree h. Blackard w ill preach the second in a series of evening sermons on the books of the apocalypse. The message for sunday will be on the Book of revelations. Ship service will be Ity and or. Blackard will preach. The Community is invited to these services. . Open air men of the got Little Mission j. P. Oleate soaps palmolive 3 for 20c super suds .2 for 10c the red Box for washing duties Octagon soap i for in concentrated St Pek suds .2 for us the Blue Box for washing clothes in i powder i for unix i Collet. .3 for 14c in i ago n g r a ii ii muted soap 2 for i he in i leaner 2 for Wikle for Hie formerly red super suds in Abar 4 Ash Gimm Ery 1402 North main located in the farm Community. Celebration of the second Rawley birth Union Rev. P. Johnson will fill the pulpit at Union Tabernacle. 603 Prospect Street sunday at la . In the absence of the pastor Rev. S. A Taylor who was called to new Britain. Connecticut due to the death of mrs. Taylor a father which occurred tuesday Niht. The regular sunday evening evangelistic service will be at 7 45 . The laymen of the Church will have charge of this service and will be assisted by several outstanding laymen from other churches. Day sunday with two special meet $9,515.15 is received by beginning at la . A morn Broughton for Campaign ing worship period will be conducted by an address from b. G. Leonard of the High Point Post office department. At 2 . The regular sunday school meeting will be followed by another program with Herbert Miller in charge of the singing and a Trinity Bible teacher or. Lohr bringing the closing message. All the Mission friends who have contributed in any Way to its Progress a urged to attend. Raleigh. June 15.�? up a a. M. Broughton democratic nominee for governor received contributions of $9,515.15 in Iii race and spent the same amount his expense account filed Here today show cd. Another candidate for the democratic nomination for governor mayor Thomas e. Cooper of Wilmington. Reported he spent $1.-804 81 and had contributions of $1,66$. Carol requests Turkey maintain neutrality Bucharest. June 11. A a it a King Carol of Rumania has Dis patched a not to president Losmet i Inonu of Turkey asking that Turkey maintain neutrally in or Der to prevent the War from spreading to the Balkans it was reported today in diplomatic Cir i Cie. Though a rumanian govern mein spokesman categorically denied dispatch of the note reports persisted that King Carol s Appeal was transmitted through the rumanian minister at Ankara the turkish capital. The same reports said the Monarch simultaneously had sent a note to Prince Taul Regent of Yugoslavia making a similar plea. Gospel prayer band meets with Hoy a Khoe ii the gospel prayer band will meet saturday night at the Home of or. And mrs. Hoy Yarbour on Highway 61 about 4 Miles from he Asheboro Highway in front of the Roosevelt service station. Rev. N. L. Olliver will be in charge of Hie service to which the Public is invited the service will begin at 7 3&Quot of clock. A american agricultural a Hin Ery is becoming popular in Algeria. 1.20, stave barrel mostly 2.00 Pittsburgh Market steady. North Carolina too Pound sack Cobbler u 8 no i washed. I 85, unearned 1,75. Philadelphia Market about steady. North Carolina. Cobblers la s no. I stave Bat l i 2.50 to 2.75 too Pound a k unwashed. I so to 1.75. Mostly i so to 165. Washed 180 to i of. New York Market Dull and slightly weaker. North Carolina Wobbler la 8 no i too Pound sack. I 75 to i 90 stave barrel 2 75 to 3.25. Mostly 3.00 to 3.23 u 8. No. I Alae b too Pound sacks too to 1.10 stave barrel 175. Chicago Market weaker. Car on track 248 new arrived 164 new. Carlot and . Track Sale sacked per cwt. North Carolina. Cobbler u. S. No i. Washed generally Good condition. Few 2.10 to 2.20. Unwashed 190 Ala. Bits triumphs u. 8. No. I washed. Few 2 30 to 2.32v. Showing heat and Acme spotted sack 2.10. Washington Market stronger. North Carolina too Pound sacks cobblers u. S. No i mostly i 40 to i 50. Few higher fair Quality mostly around 1.25 stave barrel u. S. No. I. 2 00 to 2.50. Cleveland Market firm. North Carolina. Too Pound sacks cobblers n. 8. No i. I 85 to 2 00. Peppers new York Market Dull. North Carolina. By. Hampers. Italian Type 1.25 to 1.62 j beets new York Market about steady. North Carolina half crates Bune Heo 75 cent to 1.12 v Squash Philadelphia Market flights weaker North Carolina by hamper White and italian the. 75 cents to 123 carrots new York Market slightly Strongs on Best Stock. North Carolina. 3 peek hampers washed 1.50 to 187 ,. Calif Western crates. A dozen size 5.23 to 3.75, other 4.23 to 5 00 cucumbers new York Market Dull and weaker. North Carolina 3 Peck hampers. Fancy 2 of to 2 73. 8 c. By. Baskets extra fancy 1.75 to 2.50 fancy 1.75 to 2.50 Choice 1.25 to 1.75 Pickle 1.7a to 2.23. Cabbage new York Market Dull and weak. Eastern Shore a. Ii by. Hampers. Pointed Type. 33 to 50 cents Domestic round Type 30 to 85 cent. Peaches Macon. A demand Light Market i weaker carloads f o b Colfax june 15.�?the fourth Day of the annual Camp meeting of the Wesleyan methodist Church in North Carolina in Progress at the two tabernacles located on the Camp grounds of the denomination Here a marked wit b spiritual messages by three speakers. The first speaker for today program was Rev. F. Lind Conie of Gary hid., the evangelist of the Camp meeting who spoke to the congregation in the larger Tabernacle at 10 30 ., discussing the theme. A the doubles of the four different double were discussed by the speaker namely the two Call the two touches the two loves and the two manifestations. At two of Lack i afternoon Rev. E. L. Henderson of High Point delivered the fourth of a aerie of afternoon sermons. The High Point minister will preach the final Sermon of the series sunday afternoon at two of clock. Rev. A. Lovin. Of Mcadenville i the speaker for the Young people s service in the new Tabernacle for Young people meeting at five of clock this afternoon. Rev. George h. Hilton of Lincolnton. State president of the Young people s division of the conference. Presides at these Young people s services rat ii afternoon at five of clock. Rev. Frank Dennard. Of Summerfield is in charge of the music for tie a services. repentance a the subject of the Sermon by evangelist Lin Rheome at the service in the Large Tabernacle at 7 30 o clock last night. Rev. George Allred Youthful minister of the denomination of Central 8. I director of music for the evening service. News oddities Charlotte june 13.�? up a Relief from War news the Ahoskie town Council provided for the installation of ice water Fountain on the sidewalks. A Robin took the expensive lace Glove of mrs. D. B. Burna of Asheville for use in its nest. A resident of Anderson s. T a a reporting at the of Dee of the hark of court under a state Law requiring the registration of aliens gave i place of birth As the state of Georgia. A Man ordered an Albemarle school in the less exclusive sections and propositioned the children. He told them he d furnish eed and instruction and give a a a prizes if enough girl and boy would Plant gardens. They did and he did and it turned out that so Many of the children weep enthusiastic that Rehder knew he really had something. He received Calls from practically All the school and i Hobby spread into hundreds of Hack Yards. The Garden contest became the outstanding event of every school year. Also the thing became a financial Burden but the local newspaper came to Bis Aid. They give the prizes though Rehder still has exclusive direction of a he this year there were 429 school Garden entered. When depression brought Era and spa and Ell sorts of alphabetical Relief Rehder fell natural heir to Leader hip in the a Garden project in new Hanover and there at least the a no Garden no Relief Rule often completely ignored elsewhere a enforced.1 it a worked Well and when the Federal government dropped its requirement and its Garden project the City created a position of director of City Garden for Rehder and he kept right on. Each year politician have sniped at him. It a often seemed that his work a doomed because of failure of the governing Board to give him any financial support but somehow or other Money or no Money politicians to the contrary. The gardens have been planted with Rehder As director. The seed i Given to spa workers and other families of Low income. Rehder give advice and Moi support from one end of Moi a1 support. From one end or the year to the other he goes. Promoting the Garden idea wherever he find a vacant Back Yard. A right now. We ate trying to get our Gardener interested in putting up stuff for the Winter a say Rehder. A the Way thing Are with the world now i believe in preparedness Foi Al How can i lie inv $ so Ley _ Cash track and i Tore to re poses merchandise truckloads Cash at packing houses Market steady. North Peck hampers yellow 1.00 to 1.50 cocozello j new York i Carolina. 5 j crookneck j Loo to 1.25 Washington Market slightly stronger North Carolin by hampers. Yri a Low crookneck Best mostly 75 cents few i of. Ordinary Quality Low a 50 i can to. Thursday. By baskets Uneedus u. S no. I. 1% in. Min 65 to 73 cents p4 in. Min. 60 to 65 cents. New Yolk Market Dull and slightly weaker. North Carolina a by. Basket u. 8 no i red Birds 2 4 in min 123 to 1.75 2 in min 123 co i 50 by. Baskets 2 4 in min. 2.50 to 2 73 2 in min 2 25 to 2 50. Gay a by. Basket. Early Rose 2 in. Min., i 60 to i 87dew Berrie new York Market slight la weaker North Carolina 24 quart crate Best mostly 8 toll fed 12 to 14. Poorer 6 to 7 cents. Huckleberries new York Market Dull. North Carolina 24 quart crates uncultivated per quart mostly 20 to 23, few 28 to 30 cents cultivated per pint 21 to 30 cent. Snap Beans new York Market slightly stronger on Best Stock. North Carolina by. Hampers poor to Ordinary Quality. Bountiful 65 cents to 1.00 string less Black Valentines and plentiful 50 to 75 cents. Cleveland Market steady. North Carolina. By. Hampers. Bountiful round string less tender greens and Flat Type waxed. 1.25 to 1.50. Baltimore Market about steady. North Carolina by. Hampers Bountiful. 50 to 75 cents string less Black Valentine 75 cents to 1.00 Green round string less 60 cent to i 00. According to i or army air corp. 4ou Cadet will he needed every in weeks until tin class entering late in september 1940 travelling flying adet examining boards will soon Start on a tour of various corps areas to enrol candidates. Purchased by his wife saying a the Law a done got my wife. She a doing 30 Days now and when she get done with that she Gen to lie hied somewhere else then he added a i did t know she a married and had three kid when i married \ Spartanburg s. Youth told a judge that he had no brother and then changed i mind adding a Fie two half brother a that make one whole brother does no to it a. Old timer expressed the belief that the discovery of a 17-year do rust a it ii the letter a a a interwoven in i Wing had some significance in connection with the War in Europe. A Salesman arguing heatedly for abolition of convict stripes w Ltd a Greenville s. C., Farmer challenged the latter to put on a convict suit and walk Down the City a main Street. The Farmer did a and won a Hoo bet. An Asheville negro a. Shot through the by i wife charged with assault with a deadly weapon and charged on til rec separate occasion with Possession of illegal whiskey withing the spare of two week. A from March 3, 1861, until the death of John Tyler Jan. 18, 1862, there were five living sex president of the United states. Q. How ran i remove Tea stain from material a Bour cold water on Tea stain immediately. If this is not done and the stain Are boiled in the material it la Seldom that they ran Ever be removed. Q. How can i Correct Lumpy Gravy a is Hen the Gravy becomes Lumpy All that is necessary to to which it with an egg beater until All the lumps disappear. A How can i make the Clothespin last longer a. Boll the new clothespins before using. This will toughen the Wood and prevent them from breaking so readily. Cromwell raps senators for unpreparedness Atlantic City. June j amen h. R. Cromwell former minister to Canada characterised a a Trojan jackasses a those member of Congress who a lulled our people to sleep for year with their consistent statement thai the United state had no interest in what a going on in now demo in i in candidate for United state senator from new Jersey Cromwell Asid last night in an interview that Quot these jackasses who have refused Traer i Iran help of any kind to the allies Are responsible for out present unprepared condition both Materi ally and a a a a according to records the average length of life of an automobile is 7.87 years. Snap bubbles Rise because Hie warm breath inside them in less dense than the Tooler air of the loom. Colgate soaps palmolive 8 for 30c Suter nods .2 for 10c the red Box for was Hong dishes Octagon Soat 4 for Ioc concentrated Siter Side i for 19c the Blue Box for washing clothe Octagon powder .4 for the Octagon toilet. .8 for Ile in Tago n Iran Eluted swat 2 for j 9c Octagon cleanser.3 for it k Lek 2 for us formerly red super Sud Tierce grocery Mangum Street a

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