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Mm« than a million Methodist
ivainen^ members.of the Woman’s
Society ot Christian Service organ
ixed In 22,000 Methodist parishes,
will take part in the “Crusade for
Christ”, a four-year evangelistic
and mis&i^ary effort of the^ de-
nominatiqjPWhe* Crusade wUl em
phasize p^vemencs within the
church for^^ molding church and
public opinion against isolationism
and for cooperation among the
So that night the minister was.giv>
„d r.r c,.p,„««n
nations in the post-war world, for ^Don’t you get discouraged,” says
world relief and reconstruction preacher. “Every human has his
through the missionary and edu
cational agencies of the church,
for an rncrease in evangelism, for
. a new teaching on the “steward
ship of all of life”, and for build
ing enrollment and attendance in
Sunday schools, A phase of the
first year of the Crusade will
the raising of $25,000,000 for em-
ergeacy .needs of y jople in Amer
ica and overseas, ill growing out
of the war. This will include more
than $6,000,000 to be used direct
ly for service to women, at home
IJ lor seivK-c lu wuu.cu, ..v.,,.. cheer for the families of Japanese
and abroad, through the Woman’s ^and Japanese Americans now con-
Society of Christian Service. ■ tn some eic-ht relocation cen-
trials and tribulations you know,
and we’ve all got to bear ’em.”
“Well,” says the gunman, “T ain’t
complaining about the trials. They-
ve been a sleigh-ride so far. And
the tribulations I don’t know noth
ing about, unless it’s one of them
motions the law^rers make for a
hundred and ftftv bucks apiece. But
it’s the sentences that worries me.
Every human ain’t got to have
them, has he?"
(.\mericu N«wi Festun*. In«J
“America’s largest Chri.stmas
party” in 1944 is being sponsored
by church women of all major
Protestant churches of the United
States, and will provide Yuletide
Cold Prepaictioas as directed
I'fined to some eight relocation cen
Iters in the western states—groups
moved by the Army from the Pa
cific coast. The Home Missions
Council of North America is lead
ing in the movement which is now
in its third year. There are about
6.5,000 evacuees in the centers, ac
cording to government figures and
most of them are children and oth
er innocent victims of the war.
The Council, at 297 Fourth Ave.,
New York, N. Y., is making avail
able to interested church women
information on the kinds, numbers
and destination of gifts desired.
Sefferers Told to Avoid
Wy laf Watw aid KrascbM Salts
tttin Breaktast far 5 Days
ta a gUa* ot hot water put one toa-
■wontul ot BLruschaD Salta and drink
«rut an hour betora breaktaat.
15 to 30 minutes later follow with
amir breakfast cup ot hot coffee
or tea. DsuaU; within an hour you
fee prompt and effective relief and
Miould begin to feel bright and ra*
(kaabad again. Be sure to toUow the
Wgwpie easy directions.
Wow keep this up lor fi straight
daya-^fust see It you too don't dla-
eover why thousands have found hot
water smi Kruschen Salts so bena-
fpn>j m relieving that “dull" con
stipated "out-of-eorts" headachy feri-
tag. Qet Eniachen Salts today—all
Ov« 145 miiiinn hottlee sold In the
past IM years- it must be good.
Miss Margaret E. Forsyth, for
.several years a professor and head
of the n'epartnicnt of Religious Ed
ucation. Teachers’ College, Colum
bia University, has been chosen
executive secretary of the Nation
al Board of the Young Women’s
Christian .Aissoeiation, with offi
ces at 600 Lexington Ave., New
York City. In this capacity, Miss
Forsyth, well-known as a leader
in women’s missionary work, will
direct the Y. W. C. A. administra-
1 tion in more than 25 countries, and
! be chairman of its overseas relief
program for the women of Europe
If fat in a kettle, pan or boil
er overheats and bursts into flame
smothei it but never pour on wa
ter, say specialists of the USD A.
Private Pfawt CSbss Hafold M.
Chambers, son of Mr. “nd
Sherman Cliambers of Bonto.
route two, on
19 Of wonnds received In ac
tion In Sonthem France on Sep
tember 12, the War Department
has notified Ms parents.
Pfc. Chambers went into the
service in March, 1948, and
went oVMseas In September of
that year. He served in Africa
and Italy prior to going to
France, and was wounded on
May 23, on Anzlo beachhead,
for which he was awarded the
He is survived by his parents,
three sisters and two brothers,
all of the Honda conunnnlty.
Return to Battle
London. — Four
fighter planes went
flaming guns of Lt.
Yeager, UanUin, W. Va... who a
few days ago went to General
Eisenhower personally asking per
mission to return to combat.
Yeager, who was wounded over
Berlin last March, dived Into two
Germans so fiercely he made them
ball out, crushed a thirjl into the
ground and the fourth plane came
apart while the pilot was snap
rolling in an effort to escape the
West Virginian’s wrath.
Buy More Bonds!
their sons go nff to vrar-V.. i"
•Three of them vvill sever come
back. 'They were killed in ection.
The fourth may never return.
s missing in France.
Grief-stricken by the socceision
)f tragedies, ■ the - Bergstroms
pleaded that the only son now left
CO them—marine Wc. ^yd ,.G.
Borgstrom, stationed at Camp
Lejeune, N. C.—be allowed to re-
-um to them. He could help run
So Boyd is going home. He was
given an honorable discharge to
day by special order of Lt. Gen.
A. A. Vaidegrift, marine corps
Army Air forces spent more
than $3,000,000,000 developing
RelUTed in 5 mlnotet or
donblo your motuj back
WbMi iiMM itooucti uld etuMt fuffoett'
iBf IM. war ftoDidt tad bMrttai% doeton omallr
Inc RMdktaw knourn ftw
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muptooitU nUcf'HMdtdDW Uk* tbcM tn B«Utna
XAbW No Imtlfo. Boll'tM brtap ooofon^la •
JlSSr or doobto jmr mam taek oa fittim of kotUo
Bead eoUli do’
sneoy, staA (w-
tress. Also helps
colds frdm devel-
oping If used in
time I Try It. Fol
low dlrectioni la
folder, works flnel
Day Electric Co.
North Wilkesboro, N. C.
BUY MOKE WAR BONDS
Ifeur BK»rie Swwjm
A Baby Industry Does
A Man-Sized Job
Thanks to the pioneering ot your
State Extension Service and other agen
cies, poultrying has ceased to be o side
line and become an important industry
—especially vital in war agriculture.
Electric brooding, lighting, laying
houses, water warming, ultra violet radi
ation and other practices are playing a
great part in today’s production lecords.
Our Rural Service Department has for
years worked closely with your County
Agent and Extension Specialist to en
courage more efficient, more orofitable
DUKE POWER COMPANY
Prisoner of War!
Help rescue him! They caught Jimmie stealing. But the real thief
So give now, as generously as you can. More than you gar#
last year, if possible.
The war broke up Jimmie’s home. Older folks had less and
less time for his problems. He found companionship ... on the
street Now he’s a prisoner.. • prisoner of war who needs our help!
Our youngsters here at home and other victims of the war
need us desperately and so do our soldiers. We can t let them
Social agencies in this city are fighting juvenile delinquency
... straightening out bewildered youngsters who might ofoerwise
become criminals. You can help keep boys like Jimmie from
getting into trouble by subscribing now to your local commumty
Part of your gift will go, through the National War Fund, to
support the U.S.O, to send U.S.O. Camp Shows to our boys over
seas, to provide games, music, entertainment for war prisonei^ to
help many United Nations refugees.
Give generously to
Your Community War Fund
National War Fund
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