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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Thursday october 29. 1925 clubs Isomi Sussi announce parties events of society Phons in weddings personals fashions mrs. Myers Tell at Home Herk the Many friends of mrs. Pearl Myers will regret to learn that she is confined to her Home. 400 Kearns Street with appendicitis. A a Canterbury c Lub to meet tomorrow the Canterbury club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 30 of clock with mrs. Tom Kearns at the Home of mrs. O. E. Kearns on East Washington Street. A a a miss Pickens to take a Library course miss Ucille Pickens leaves tonight for Washington d. C., where she will spy id several Days As the guest of miss Caroline Mellichampe she will go from there to Baltimore where she will spend the Winter taking a Library course at the Pratt school. A a a miss Slack weds Ray storms miss Eunice Slack daughter of or. And mrs. J. F. Slack of 406 English Street and Ray a. Storms of Charlotte were married tuesday night at the Home of the. Brides parents. Or. George r. Brown pastor of the first methodist protestant Church officiated. Immediately after the ceremony or. And mrs. Storms left for Charlotte where they will make their Home. Only five More Days to get your halloween decorations phone 800 a Large and varied assortment is to be found Here. Cecily a drug store opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 800 miss Denny honoree at Surprise party miss Grace Denny was the guest of Honor at a delightful Surprise birthday party Given last night from 8 until la of clock by her Mother and her Sisters at their Home 708 South Hamilton Street. At this time miss Denny celebrated her 17th birthday. A number of enjoyable games were played after which the guests were invited into the dining room. Here a color Motif of Pink and Green was carried out and the decorations were Pink Apple blooms. Delicious cake and Cocoa were served. Those present were miss Lula Owen Cauley Owen miss Myrtle Little. Miss Effle Owen Paul Fulton Calvin Bates Donald Moss o. A. Bates miss Nannie Sutliff mrs. B. G. Pilcher and children. A a w. T. F. Held an interesting meeting the w. T. U. Held its first meeting of the year tuesday in the Home of the president mrs. J. W. Hedrick with mrs. Geo. R. Brown associate hostess. At this time the following Church vice presidents were elected methodist protestant mrs. W. Pickett first Baptist mrs. J. B. Johnson lutheran mrs. F. Cauble Wesley memorial mrs. J. W. Harris friends mrs. A. M. Briggs reformed mrs. J. W. Hedrick presbyterian mrs. G. W. Denny East Green Baptist mrs. D. L. Squires episcopal mrs. H. I. following superintendents or directors of the different phases of work were elected sunday school and Sabbath observation mrs. J. A. Eshelman medical Temperance mrs. S. Grayson literature mrs. Walter White Christian citizenship miss Clara Cox Flower Mission mrs. J. W. Harriss and mrs. A. M. Briggs peace mrs. H. A. White child welfare miss Emma Blair and mrs. June Barker prison Reform miss Clara Cox publicity. Mrs. Jones Burns anti narcotics. Miss Ada several Days with her sister mrs. O. B. Peatross. She will return the first of next week. A a a or. And mrs. G. B. Crimea were visitors to Raleigh yesterday. A or. And mrs. B. O. Bryant of Newyork were visitors Here yesterday. Or. Ritchie to be Blair and mrs. R. K. Marshall social morality mrs. G. W. Denny and mrs. W. L. Homey Temperance and missions mrs. J. Teague and mrs. Geo. R. Brown. Interesting reports were heard from the delegates who attended the state convention held in Greensboro last week. After the business session miss Elsie Gates and miss Clara Lux Heim rendered a very interesting program. During the social hour Dainty refreshments were served. A a a halloween party at Ray Street miss Pearl Samsy fifth Grade of the Ray Street school gave a delightful hallowed a program at Chapel this morning. The program was As follows song a the leaves party a by the class. A the origin of halloween a Annie Laura Dickson. Reading a Little orphan an Nile a a Margaret Sears. A halloween song a class. Story a the Black cat a Dorothea Andrews. Reading a a seeing things a John Gurney Briggsjr. Song a when de shadows come a creeping a class. Mrs. R. E. Ranson principal of the school made a Short talk in which 3he asked the students to observe a Safe and sensible halloween and at the same time expressed the wish that they enjoy themselves. The school will have Holiday tomorrow so that the teachers can attend the meeting of the Central District of the North Carolina teachers association which meets in Greensboro. The Ray Street teachers will attend too percent. About people mrs. Farrell Gray left today for Danville va., where she will spend mrs. Roy Spearman and mrs. Charles Teague were visitors to Greensboro yesterday. A a a w. A. Davis left several Days ago for a business trip through the Valley of Virginia and to Washington and Baltimore. A a a mrs. Derrickson has returned to her Home in Elizabeth City after a visit to her daughter mrs. Roy Spearman in the Monroe apartments. Funeral services will be held at first Baptist Church at 2 30 o clock papers then they would go in and sign their names to a paper that meant life. A certain Shepherd had difficulty in keeping his lambs with the flock he said. It would go off to nimble at every Little tuft of grass it saw. After so Many corrections the Shepherd did not know what to do with the Lamb so he Bent one of its legs till it broke. Then he carried the Lamb until he was Able to learn to walk a Little each Day. The Lamb he said did not wander again not through fear of another broken leg but for love of his Shepherd. J he followed up this Story with j the illustration of the same thing in his own life. He was in College he said when god dwelt with him. Funeral services for e. T. Ritchie who was killed in an Accident on the Yards of the h. P., t. And d. Railroad yesterday after a ?0 heart to preach noon will be conducted at the first he said he kept putting it off sat Baptist Church at 2 30 tomorrow ins that he wanted to be very careful before taking such a step. Eis in Golf tourney takes the club trophy and title in the finals for tile year in the final of the championship tournament of the High Point country club played yesterday Cecil Prince Defeated c. M. Way Nick and captured the trophy and the title. The match was a 36 Hole affair. Eighteen holes played in the morning left Prince four up and the match ended 5 and three. Prince secured his Lead at the thirteenth Hole in the first 18. The match was Square at the 13th tee but Princess Birdie was Good for a win and the four remaining holes of the is played in Par gave him the advantage with which he started the afternoon play. His Golf was uniformly Good throughout the match. Enterprise want ads Brino Quick results new Coats coming in every Day this week from the style centers in this new display you la find All the new materials As Well As the newest models. Shades which Are worn by women who want them to be Correct from the style viewpoint. Many Are gorgeously trimmed with fur. Some have fur collars. Others Are Plain tailored. No fur. Of course All of them modestly priced. Moffitte a 217 North main Street Bee the new plaid strips sport Coats a they Are Yery effective and stunning or. Lloyd t. Wilson. Rev. J. M. Hilliard Rev. H. T. Stephens and Rev. F. L. Conrad will officiate. Or. Ritchie was born on november to 1874. He married miss rate Samuels on september to 1904, and to this Union were born eight children six of whom survive Raymond. Fred Guy David a. And Quot we re awfully careful at times. He said. Then came a proposition for a Way to make a living and g to school in Chicago. He said it did t take him Long to decide about that. Lie went up there Ana roomed with two ungodly boys he said they were splendid Fellows but they lacked the spirit of god. He said the Devil told him that he was All of High Point. He also is survived by two Brothers. L. E. Ritchie and r. T. Ritchie All of this City and by six Sisters mrs. John Cru new mrs. George Cruces. Mrs m. A. Klutz All of Salisbury mrs. Will Pickard of China Grove mrs e. M. Ketchie of this City and mrs. R. Ketner of Havelock. Or. Ritchie was converted and joined Green Street Baptist Church in 1903. He was a faithful member of that Church at the time of his death. Interest growing in great revival in Progress Here note these prices $25.00 $29.50 $35.00 $39.50 $49.50 $59.50 misses Irma and Minnie Ritchie. Not the Type of Man to preach the gospel that he should be a Christian business Man. Then he caught an awful cold and he said he got a room at the nearest hotel and did j not even know his own name for several weeks. Then the i Ord said to him when he was convalescing a did you hear what i said to you before you left school a Bill Stephens answered Quot yes but i be got to make he said that the in it re struck him Down five times. And the fifth time he said the lord said a a you la do As i say or you la not get then he gave himself into gods keeping to do with As he would. He testified that he Felt god s love and strength. Quot you men who be never Rome to the Cross of Christ but consider ii worthy in gods name done to you a god wants some real life f Bill Stephens asked for raised hands from those who were willing to be broken and willing to give up a few of those miserable things that prevent them from fully giving themselves. At the beginning of the service. Rev. Or. Whitener gave a plea for a worthy Man a Christian who is out of work. He has a wife desperately ill in the Hospital and several children. He can get work As an expert automobile Painter in other cities but he cannot leave hi3 family just now. He is a Good citizen and will not accept Charity but he wants work. Continued from Page i Moffitte a 217 North main Street not to keep out of the kingdom of god because of some hypocrite. A while you Are looking at the faults and inconsistencies of others you sure missing a look at the most Beautiful Man in Tho world a a said the evangelist. Business girls of High Point Are to attend the service tonight in a body. They will meet at the bandstand at 7 of clock and will go direct to the Tabernacle where seats Are to be reserved for them. Services will be held tonight and tomorrow night but there will be no meeting in the Tabernacle on saturday night. On sunday morning everybody is requested to attend services in their own churches. On sunday afternoon at 3 of clock there will be a service in the Tabernacle for men Only. Bill Stephens in announcing this meeting said it could be the Best menus service of the Campaign provided the men would make it so. He urged the men to advertise it in the factories and in their places of business so that a Large congregation May hear or. Stephens. While the men Are holding their service the women will be in session at Wesley memorial Church at 3 of clock. These women s services have been very profitable and enjoyable. And the one sunday afternoon promises to be the Best. Morning service Bill Stephens brother of evangelist George Stephens made a splendid talk this morning on nature carrying out gods plan of giving. It Rev. Or. George Stephens asked to be excused from the morning service to save his Throat for the night service. The Tabernacle was Well filled. Many took the final step for Christ at tile close of a logical and convincing Sermon. It cannot be said that Rev. Geo. Stephens was not missed but in gift of expression Aud keen mindedness Bill Stephens is his close second. He pointed out How nature obeys the Law of giving in every phase of herself except in Che one instance of that element nitrogen and it gives to Plant life he went on to explain. In coming to the platform. Bill Stephens asked the congregation to use a Little Christian science doctrine and think of the Good warm Sunshine of last summer and believe themselves warm. Quot there is one Little word that All nature is dependent he said that but for that word men and women would not have breakfasted this morning and we Ould not have clothing nor even life itself. That word he said is he spoke of a tiny seed to show the Power of the we Ord the seed is dislodged. He explained and Falls to the Earth and Breaks into life giving partials. As an example he used the Cotton Boll and told How it Breaks its outside pod and presents the Cotton to Man As a gift. A everything in All nature is profligate in giving a he said. Nitrogen he said refuses to unite with any other element. Plants Are on Good terms with it and they impart it to us. But he said that nitrogen mixed with other elements caused an awful explosion. God he said has put a great illustration before us in All nature the necessity of death to give. Bringing the illustration into full effect he said that some people Are like nitrogen rebellious selfish refuse to yield and want their own Way regardless of others. Quot you have not begun to live if you live Only for yourself and if you have not Given your life to Jesus Bill Stephens said Bis mothers prayer was Quot take my life and feed the he spoke directly to the Young men to give themselves to god s cause and he begged them not to keep putting it off. A this is the Day when god wants Young men to give their souls to the work of a i get sick of hearing people say a i d be a Christian but i have to give up so much a he made a Stroug plea to the Young men to give up the things that decay and to take the proposition that god offers that is a lasting thing. Quot did he say to give your ideas. Your principals purposes no. He did no to. You May give of labors but until you give your self you la never feed the he told of his experiences in the North of Canada during the War when he was sent there for enlisting duties. The Ininberg jacks he said would listen to the men talk about the War and they would read the Harding heating co. Engineers Greensboro n. 708 Jefferson bldg. Phone 4bo heating contractors and or. E. A. Bristow chiropractor office phone 2710 Over Hayes jewelry store too North main St. Halloween Candy Send your sweetheart a Box. We have All kinds and All sizes. The. Sweetest Randy for the sweetest girl in the w orld. Mann drug co. 2104-�?phones-�?2190 drugs with a reputation tilliets chatter a gee but it was cold this morning. I certainly must go Down and get a new coat. Think i will go in and get one of those new Coats that Wagger s ladies shop has just got in. They surely Are the thing. They Are made in All the newest materials fur and self radio supplies we can furnish you most anything in the Way of radio. Batteries tubes. Aerials loud speakers head sets and Complete sets. Zenith and Ste wart Warner matched unit sets. Hart drug co. Next to Post office phone 821 i w ii. Ltd in. Quality shoe store kxpc8t shoe fitte88 a in rat Czuy if Wallace Freeman manager which Are for you take your pick of our Large assortment of new fall styles. Pick a heavy Broad toed Brogue or a very Plain style. Whichever you choose you la get a careful fit backed up by our guarantee of and satisfaction. Coats that Are stylish and 1 warm Here is a selection of Coats where warmth has not been sacrificed for style. Neither has style been sacrificed for warmth. Made of the Best materials of the season luxuriously fur trimmed. They Are the seasons Best. $16.75�?o$69.75 Burgess Bros. 121 North main Street i Coats Coats just the time to buy your Winter coat. You can always get the Best selection of styles and materials by purchasing Early. We want you to see our Coats t before you buy. Beavans the ladies store mrs. Nell Brushingham Starr of new York City announces the opening of her studio of singing in the Ball room of the Sheraton hotel on wednesday november fourth mrs Starr numbers among her former teachers such names As Herbert Witherspoon of new York and the late Jean de Reszke of Paris France. For five years she was head of the voice department in Salem College. Mrs. Starr a an Especial interest in the beginner As Well As in the advanced student. For terms and appointments address mrs. Ernest l. Starr a Ila North Spring Street. Winston Salem or Telephone 27 43-w

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